31 episodes

Come, innocents, and listen to adventures in the dark world of Demipia, edited, actual-play 5th edition D&D podcasts of mystery and danger. In our inaugural podcast, The Mine Children, a party of 6 strange characters make their way to the village of Goll's Fall. Some seek glory, some seek enlightenment, some seek family, some seek revenge. What they will find will shake them to the very core, if they manage to survive.

New episodes every other Saturday

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Come, innocents, and listen to adventures in the dark world of Demipia, edited, actual-play 5th edition D&D podcasts of mystery and danger. In our inaugural podcast, The Mine Children, a party of 6 strange characters make their way to the village of Goll's Fall. Some seek glory, some seek enlightenment, some seek family, some seek revenge. What they will find will shake them to the very core, if they manage to survive.

New episodes every other Saturday

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 9: Shattered

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 9: Shattered

     
    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 9: Shattered
    These odd companions walk the line between cautious distrust and blind fumbling in the dark. They lack all the subtlety that they have been tasked with. They are the bluntest of instruments, but the chaos they cause draws the attention of everyone in Talast. And that chaos it is only just beginning.
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    Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2018. All rights reserved.
    What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.
    Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):
    Sergey Cheremisinov - The SignalsCryosyncopy - Scancdk -DepartKirkoid - Space BazookaFireproof Babies - Swim Below as Leviathans
     

    • 43 min
    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 8: Now With Backup

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 8: Now With Backup

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 8: Now With Backup
    Since their arrival in Talast these odd companions have mirrored the violence they see around them. Souls have been threated, lives have been ended, and half a district has been set alight, and still they are barely closer to discovering the true source of the strange events they have been tasked with investigating. Now it is time to see the Herceg. Now it is time to pick up the pace.
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    Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2018. All rights reserved.
    What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.
    Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):Sergey Cheremisinov - The SignalsGurdonark - ExurbGurdonark - Ninth Wardnaotko-  PVC Quena JA rearrangeCryosyncopy - Yog'SothothDoxent Zsigmond - Interstellar NoodleKirkoid - ShiroRest You Sleeping Giant - Open EyesDoxent Zsigmond - Mysterium

    • 1 hr 20 min
    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 7 Mini: What They Think They Know

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 7 Mini: What They Think They Know

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 7 Mini: What They Think They Know
    In times of confusion it is pertinent to take some time to discuss the chaos of the world around you, and try and find meaning and truth in existence. These odd companions certainly need to take stock. Maybe their musings will bring them closer to reality. But probably not.
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    Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.
    What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.
    Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):Doxent Zsigmond - Interstellar Noodle

    • 24 min
    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 6: Fire and Blood

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 6: Fire and Blood

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 6: Fire and Blood
    Mistakes are made in haste, but compounded in apathy. A lesson that these odd companions really should have learned by this juncture. No matter. Souls will suffer for their sense of self preservation, as is the way of the world. But they are not the only ones to carry such attributes. Others move to cling on to existence, caring not who gets in their way.
    Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/DemipiaT3A/
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    Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.
    What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.
    Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):
    Sergey Cheremisinov - The SignalsZikweb - Not Too QuietFireproof Babies - Swin Below as LeviathansDoxent Zsigmond - FlowerGurdonark - Ninth WardRest You Sleeping Giant - DisconnectDoxent Zsigmond - Forgotten Land

    • 1 hr 3 min
    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 5: Discussions

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 5: Discussions

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 5: Discussions
    Things can change in an instant, leave those under pressure of time grasping in the dark. This is how these odd companions find themselves, but perhaps there is an opportunity to garner some help. Maybe even gain some allies.
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    Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.
    What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.
    Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):
    Sergey Cheremisinov - The SignalsDoxent Zsigmond - Forgotten LandQuarkstar - Cricket Seaoning 1Gurdonark - Exurb

    • 1 hr 20 min
    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 4: Another One Drops

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 4: Another One Drops

    What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 4: Another One Drops
    Chaos seems to follow these odd companions, or maybe they are it's agents in truth. Setting fire to a dead man's house then stealing his possessions parhaps should not come as a surprise at this point, but the information they have gathered will provoke new questions, and open new leads. But time waits for no man, and as they spin around in circles, trying to make sense of it all, the other players are moving their pieces into position.
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    Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.
    What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.
    Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):
    Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signalsnaotko - PVC Quena JA rearrangeGurdonark - Ninth WardQuarkstar - Cricket Seaoning 1Doxent Zsigmond - FlowerDoxent Zsigmond - Mysterium

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

StarfruitBat ,

Delightful

I really am enjoying the characters, the humor, and the story. It maintains a fine balance between horror and comedy that I find perfect. Can't wait for more!

DM Matthew @ProudNerdery ,

Make a sanity saving throw, please!

Demented. Vile. Creepy. AWESOME!

SkredlitheOgre ,

I love this show

Amongst all of the super heroic, high fantasy, "good guys are good, bad guys are bad," podcasts, it's nice to have something with some grit, some dirt to it. That's why I have loved Demipia since I found them on Twitter. DM Max is a wonderful storyteller and the players are all having great fun, with a lot of emotional investment in the world and their characters.

I've now listened to all 20 episodes and can't wait for more.

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