36 episodes

Tails from The Dark Dragons Inn is a long-form, serialised, high-fantasy, improv fiction podcast driven at its core by tabletop role-play. Released weekly every Sunday at 10:30AM BST.



This feed handles only the main episodes of our campaign.



Hosted and Game Mastered by Ray Stevens, accompanied by his players, Tom (Erbak), Liz (Tobe), Vinny (Mhurren) and Nina (Myx), with occasional guest appearances, he invites you into a world both familiar and strange, these adventures take place in a home-brew alternate version of the Forgotten Realms.



The core cast of Tails from The Dark Dragons Inn​ features a diverse group of players who've come together from across the country to tell the shared tale of “The Scales of Justice”, a band of heroes (though some would call them mercenaries).



Our story is told through improv and tabletop role-play, however, for the purposes of the show, much of the mechanical aspects of this are removed, cutting the fuss and leaving the story and character interactions behind.



What starts as a simple 'muscle for hire' job, brings the party together to aid a city under siege and the civilians within. A cult, known only as the Cult of the Dragon, seek to unleash Chaos in the world and as our heroes learn of their plans, the race is on to put a stop to their ambition. In classic high-fantasy fashion, the overarching problem of the plot is seemingly almost insurmountable in scale and by extension, each character is dealing with their own personal goals and issues which we develop throughout the show.



You can find out more about the characters, the world and what's going on through our website https://tailsfromthedarkdragonsinn.co.uk. If you have any questions, feedback or suggestions for the show; please feel free to contact us on twitter @DarkDragonsInn

The Dark Dragons Inn - Campaign The Scales of justice, Ray Stevens, The Doomsinger

    • Fiction
    • 4.5, 2 Ratings

Tails from The Dark Dragons Inn is a long-form, serialised, high-fantasy, improv fiction podcast driven at its core by tabletop role-play. Released weekly every Sunday at 10:30AM BST.



This feed handles only the main episodes of our campaign.



Hosted and Game Mastered by Ray Stevens, accompanied by his players, Tom (Erbak), Liz (Tobe), Vinny (Mhurren) and Nina (Myx), with occasional guest appearances, he invites you into a world both familiar and strange, these adventures take place in a home-brew alternate version of the Forgotten Realms.



The core cast of Tails from The Dark Dragons Inn​ features a diverse group of players who've come together from across the country to tell the shared tale of “The Scales of Justice”, a band of heroes (though some would call them mercenaries).



Our story is told through improv and tabletop role-play, however, for the purposes of the show, much of the mechanical aspects of this are removed, cutting the fuss and leaving the story and character interactions behind.



What starts as a simple 'muscle for hire' job, brings the party together to aid a city under siege and the civilians within. A cult, known only as the Cult of the Dragon, seek to unleash Chaos in the world and as our heroes learn of their plans, the race is on to put a stop to their ambition. In classic high-fantasy fashion, the overarching problem of the plot is seemingly almost insurmountable in scale and by extension, each character is dealing with their own personal goals and issues which we develop throughout the show.



You can find out more about the characters, the world and what's going on through our website https://tailsfromthedarkdragonsinn.co.uk. If you have any questions, feedback or suggestions for the show; please feel free to contact us on twitter @DarkDragonsInn

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

J.D. Kleinhans ,

Memorable & Intriguing

A good balance of comedy and drama. The story is intriguing. The characters are fun and memorable.The banter is enjoyable and literally made me laugh out loud at times as it captures the energy of being at a gaming table. The theater-like intros are a nice touch with some cool music to open and end each episode. Self admittedly the audio suffers at times but improves with each episode staring at ep 3. Highly recommend.

Bapperson ,

A Fun Listen

You can tell the folks on this podcast are having fun, even as they focus on story and edit out content like dice-rolling. Be aware that, like many podcasts, their first episodes are rougher in audio quality but I can assure you they quickly improve. Even when there's a hiccup in a newer episode, it's edited to minimize any issues - I can be picky about audio quality for actual play's and this is one I'm happy to continue listening to. Try it out, learn about the interesting characters and see where the story leads!

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