Episode 210 – The Quest to Save Tidtowne, Part 2

By Michael DiMauro on

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.


Our small band of monsters continue the side-quest this week. They delve deeper into this unusual crypt that you, the listener, has maybe encountered before? Let’s hope the team doesn’t get too distracted by all the beautiful bones because they still need to save the noble leader of Tidtowne.

The adventure continues with Tug (Mike Bachmann), Baz (Jennifer Cheek), Kass (Nika Howard), Beetle (Carly Shields) and your Dungeon Master (Michael DiMauro).  Don’t forget to follow our editors Steph Kingston (@stephokingston) and David Stewart (@spudcam)!

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  1. Can you guys please organise the podcast’s files better (like rename, add titles, etc.). It’s been awful as Loki’s sweaty armpits to try and listen everything in the correct order (I download the files!). Some don’t even have a title, some have the same name as another one!

    Anyway, kudos on the Podcast, always gets me laughing like a drunken stoat. Cheers!

  2. This trips me out. You listened to over 200 episodes of “fake acting and side meta gaming bs” in the hopes of hearing an episode like this one? XD I guess masochism is more prevalent in the general population than I thought…

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