46 episodes

Jump into a classic fantasy story, set in the original world of All'Terra, and told through the collaborative story structure of 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons!
Join Josh, our Dungeon Master, as he leads four unlikely heroes on an adventure that will change their lives and might even save the world!
The Party:
Joan Stormcrown, a human cleric of the grey god, played by Kelsey.
Dalfin Mugwart, a halfling monk, played by Ricky.
Winnie Dumplekin, a gnome evocation wizard, played by Erin.
Relnor Windhelm, a human fighter/member of Lestraad's Navy, played by Eric.

New episodes every Thursday from November to June.

The Titans of All'Terra Joshua Lorimer

    • Leisure
    • 5.0, 361 Ratings

Jump into a classic fantasy story, set in the original world of All'Terra, and told through the collaborative story structure of 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons!
Join Josh, our Dungeon Master, as he leads four unlikely heroes on an adventure that will change their lives and might even save the world!
The Party:
Joan Stormcrown, a human cleric of the grey god, played by Kelsey.
Dalfin Mugwart, a halfling monk, played by Ricky.
Winnie Dumplekin, a gnome evocation wizard, played by Erin.
Relnor Windhelm, a human fighter/member of Lestraad's Navy, played by Eric.

New episodes every Thursday from November to June.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
361 Ratings

361 Ratings

faginsboy ,

Good clean fun

Just very good so is it sister podcast sneak

Abelhawk ,

Better than Sneak Attack

This podcast has several of the same members as Sneak Attack, but it’s much better because Joshua is the DM. His energy was the only thing that kept me listening to Sneak Attack until I burned out from boredom, so having him as the DM for this game has been a real treat. His storytelling is amazing and deep, and DMs can learn a lot from how he weaves together storylines and knows his players and their characters well enough to keep them super engaged.
I think my only complaint is that the sound effects are kind of underwhelming and unnecessary and sometimes the players go off on really long tangents that get in the way of gameplay. Obviously, these are fun once in a while, especially when you’re a player, but as an outsider it’s gotten frustrating a couple of times.
Definitely worth listening to. The players are all different types of players, which makes for a great D&D experience.

GiratinaLove3 ,

The Titians Of All’Terra

Compared to Critical Role and
The Adventure Zone this is the only one I’ve been able to get into. They are both great series but this one has been the one I’ve been sticking to the most and is the interesting one that I like! So keep up the good work! 😊👍

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