The Blizzard Watch D&D adventure met a Dragon in a Dungeon in an incredibly on-the-nose Tabletop RPG escapade
That’s right, a dragon. An actual dragon. If you couldn’t listen to our most recent adventure while it was live, you can still catch up to all of the fun, recorded for you here. Just as a bit of a recap, which you should not read if you are planning to listen to the recording, the following things happened. Again, if you read this recap before listening to the recording, you’ll get some hot spoilers right in your eyes. Okay?
Caution, the Tiefling Paladin, had some odd questions and a big necklace for Mischief, the party’s Tiefling Rogue. The party made their way into the Manse, a half-buried ancient complex of some sort related to a similar structure they were exiled from on the Prime Material Plane, looking for a way back home. After ambushing some guards, the party bard Fizzle stole a dead man’s shadow and used it to walk around as the dead Githzerai, which led to a comical exchange with someone who was in charge of a Githzerai squad.
From there, there was an attempt to feed the party to an angry Red Dragon, which backfired spectacularly. The party discovered that while they’d been stranded on the volcanic island where the whole campaign began, there were people using their names running around and wreaking havoc on the cosmos. Making common cause with the dragon, the party found a working dimensional portal, but the dragon cautioned them about using it — she only knew a portal to Acherus, which wasn’t the most hospitable plane available. But it could be used to reach Sigil, the City of Doors, which the dragon told them they could probably reach their home world from. Now, the party has decided they need to go find their new friends, the party which helped them get into the Manse and which was similarly stranded on the Outlands, also known as the Plane of Concordant Opposition.
Our cast of characters for this chaos:
- Kainehe, a Water Genasi Sorceress — played by Elizabeth Harper
- Mischief, a Tiefling Rogue — played by Anne Stickney
- Fizzl, a Kenku Bard — played by Michael “Mitch” Mitchell
- Mediel, a Dwarf Cleric — played by Deb Montague
- Wilyur Rustspark, a Gnome Mage — played by Joe “Lodur” Perez
- Zellan, an Elven Fighter — played by Cory Taylor
So if all that reading didn’t sate your desire to witness this lunacy (and really, you should tune in just to hear Mitch attempt the most complicated Kenku con job ever) then head on over to our Podcast page and listen in.
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