Justin, Travis and Griffin McElroy from My Brother, My Brother and Me have recruited their dad Clint for a campaign of high adventure. Join the McElroys as they find their fortune and slay an unconscionable number of ... you know, kobolds or whatever in ... The Adventure Zone..
The Adventure Zone: Ethersea - Episode 12
The Infinite Clam: Part Six
Amber, Devo and Zoox face off against foes both tangible and cerebral, within and without, ancient and new. The Infinite Clam's power is harnessed at great cost.
Additional music in this episode: "Phased Drops" by Michael Carrier https://freesound.org/people/hello_flowers/
The Adventure Zone Primer: Where to Start
New to TAZ and not sure where to start? Start right here! A part of the MaxFun Block Party, Griffin, Travis, Justin, and Clint give the 101 on the different TAZ story arcs and give recommendations on which to listen to first!
The Adventure Zone: Ethersea - Episode 11
The Infinite Clam: Part Five
The crew of the Coriolis approach the anomaly that has trapped them in their current bivalve environ. Amber takes a dive. Devo exercises surprising restraint. Zoox experiences a metaphysical identity crisis.
The Adventure Zone: Ethersea - Episode 10
The Infinite Clam: Part Four
A surprising revelation about their enlarged environment sends Amber on a trip down memory lane. Unstable energies further discombobulate the Coriolis crew's sense of scale.
Additional music in this episode: "PULL" by Nctrnm https://soundcloud.com/nctrnm.
The Adventure Zone: Ethersea - Episode 9
The Infinite Clam: Part Three
The heroes fend off a curious lionfish while getting their bearings within a curious bivalve. A slapdash infiltration brings them face-to-face with the Super Captain. We all love the Super Captain!
Additional music in this episode: "Techno Beat" by Kafokafo https://freesound.org/people/kafokafo/; and "Rust Colony" by ROZKOL https://rozkol.bandcamp.com/
The Adventure Zone: Ethersea - Episode 8
The Infinite Clam: Part Two
The Coriolis is visited by an inscrutable little guy whose name definitely does not appear on the manifest. They reach their destination in the Phytal Flats, and then things go very south, very quickly.
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Stop hatin on graduation Jesus Christ
Love this show
I’m really enjoying the newest season. The sound design definitely adds to the experience and griffin is my dm :)
I’m Standing up for Graduation
I recently finished Graduation and it seems like a fair amount of people don’t like it. You should definitely listen to it. Some of the complaints are that Travis is a bad DM cause he doesn’t give the player freedom to do anything. This is simply not true. In several episodes he asks Griffin, Justin, and Clint what they want to do, then resolves it. Another complaint was the players didn’t seem like they were having a good time. In a TTAZZ Griffin says that he has a lot of fun playing Fitzroy. At the end of Graduation, they even sing the Thunderman theme song. I don’t know about you, but that makes it seem like they are having fun. Yet another complaint is it is poorly executed and edited. Again, not true. There is lots of unique music that fits the current scene/theme/mood. The players and NPC’s all have unique and fun voices. The final complaint I will be addressing is the lack of rolling and playing dnd. If you listen to The Adventure Zone just to hear people playing a game and the sound of dice rolling, go find another podcast. Assuming the people who complained about Graduation have listened to the Balance, Amnesty, and maybe the short ones (Commitment and Dust), you should know that TAZ is not all about playing the game. Yes that’s a big part of it, but that’s not all. There are the jokes, and the monologue descriptions (Which I personally love), and the non dice rolling bits of interacting with NPC’s. So there. Graduation is not bad or boring and Travis is not a bad DM. The McElroys are great at doing this podcast, and you should definitely listen to all the Campaigns.