The Abridged Drunks and Dragons – Episode 47 – A Flying House

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About Michael DiMauro

Michael founded GeeklyInc with Tim Lanning way back in 2013 when they realized they had two podcasts and needed a place to stick them. Since then, Geekly has grown and taken off in ways Michael could have never imagined.

 

The Abridged Drunks and Dragons is our attempt to making getting into the DnD Podcast easier for new listeners. Episodes have been boiled down to around 10 – 20 minutes. All the important story bits, and even more important goofs and tangents have been left in for your enjoyment.

This original version of this episode is Drunks and Dragons Episode 47.

Synopsis from the Drunks and Dragons Wiki:

After defeating the evil troll and returning the boy to his village the gang sees a strange sight in the sky. A wooden house attached to balloons and a giant flying serpent land near them and a strange figure comes out. His introduces himself as Clinker, a gnome court jester to King Snuffleupagus and a friend of Fennekin. They initially distrust him but he tells them he will bring them to The Crypt of Sinu the Red. They decide to go with him and spend a few days travelling in his flying house. Clinker lands them in a small village that is completely abandoned but has a massive graveyard, far bigger than the town itself. They find a large mausoleum and go inside to find steps that go down, down down. And at the bottom of the steps there is the skeleton of a dwarf.

Editing help this week comes from David L. Stewart, check out his site spudcam.com.

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2 comments

  1. So have been listening to cast of thrones for a year now n always look forward to the next editions! Can’t believe I just found you doing DnD now as well as I am Just getting into this myself!
    My first thought however is couldn’t someone adapt DnD for the ASOIAF/Game of Theones?
    No magic obviously n races swap out for cultures (westerlands/storm lands/Northmen)!
    Classes can be tweaked using maester n priest but rogue ranger fighter all work with some of the others?
    Worth a go?
    Thanks

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