The three musketeers finally get back to Mount Olympus and spend the next week getting used to being back home, doing some shopping, and finding out about all the changes that have happened since they left. Gallexsy manages something remarkable, but others aren’t too thrilled about it.
Journeying down to the heart of the mountain, the group finally gets to Zelane’s treasure room. But it’s not what they were expecting, and Zelane certainly isn’t what they were expecting either! The paradox also hits the group, what happens to them in the future if young Jed dies in the past?
This is a special cross over event episode that was recorded on December 30th, 2018. This event was a live twitch stream Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition game with daughters from many different podcasts, and this is the captured and edited audio.
Playing in this D&D game we had:
Lucia from All Ages RPG
Kendall from Allison Underland
Sam & Birdie from Dungeons & Dragons & Daughters
Robin from Tavern Tales Junior and
Amara as the Dungeon Master from A Quest for Magic and Steele
We hope you enjoy it as we all had a blast putting this together!
Big episode 30! The group encounters Hagitha, the right hand woman of Zelane! The group runs a lot in this episode, but reveals a lot more than what was intended about Christopherson! Their paid dragonborn guide, Jink, really turns out to be a bust! So many exclamation points!!!
This is our fourth out of the dungeon episode. We were still in town but wanted to keep this consistent with the format that we did these kinds of episodes in the past. Like the others, we're doing some house keeping items as we go over the changes of the girls going up to level 7, and review their new spells.
The group leaves the dragonborn village and heads down deep into the mountain. Jed says it’s one of two ways to get to the other side of the mountain, and to get to Zelane. They have to go so deep, they will be coming very close to the Underdark. But there are traps and obstacles in the way, and the Underdark may be the least of our heroes’ worries.