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Dungeons & Doritos :: The Root of the Problem

Posted by NerdyShow on August 2, 2017

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Embark on an adventure with Nerdy Show’s epic RPG audio drama, Dungeons & Doritos!

Back from the brink of death, the party finds themselves remarkably more doomed than they were before! A pack of wolves intended to lead the wounded Barty, Jamela, Lefty, and Bogo out of the Jötunnden; only to be intercepted by a god-like ruler of the woods and from there… all hell breaks loose as every freaky animal in the forest gets unleashed and even the plants do their damnedest to help our heroes to a swift demise.

Can they survive another lethal onslaught from this magical forest? And if they make it out, what high price will this fool’s errand cost?

This will be our last episode for a while, see our prior D&D bulletin for details on this unscheduled hiatus.

Download from the player above :: iTunes Soundcloud | audioBoom | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS
Episode art by Tony Baldini

Tracks:

  1. Victoly :: DnD Music Crew
  2. Tortilla Odyssey~The Quest Begins :: DnD Music Crew
  3. Arrival in Tolay :: DnD Music Crew
  4. Last One Out :: Ryan McQuinn
  5. Haunted Air :: Ryan McQuinn
  6. A Test of Courage :: Ryan McQuinn
  7. Gnomish Paradise :: Ryan McQuinn
  8. Frosted Ruby :: DnD Music Crew
  9. Life in the Gutter :: DnD Music Crew
  10. D’Passio’s Tongue :: DnD Music Crew
  11. Jamela~Jewels in the Dark (Sensual Sparkles Dance Mix) :: by Stevo “Level 99” Bortz

D&D has an original score! Click the links above to download the tracks and support the artists. Tracks in bold are new to this episode.

 

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  • Erin Ramsay

    I realize now that I should have put my comment from Soundcloud here. Sorry for the duplication. This is in reference to your hiatus.

    Real life always take precedence over things like this. I’m very sorry to hear about it all and you have my boundless sympathies. I’m sure there’s nothing I can do to help but I really wish there was. I lost my mother to cancer when I was younger and, while not comparing my experience to his, I like to think I can empathize a little. My heart goes out to you all.

    • capblackard

      Thanks so much, Erin. Cancer is truly, truly the worst. We really appreciate the support.

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