Shadows of Pindus
By Shadows of Pindus
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This is an actual play D&D 5e podcast that is recorded one-on-one and edited to create the punchiest fastest moving show around. This first arc is called A Croak for Help and follows a vagrant in the slums of a colossal and impersonal city. Croak is a Drow street urchin who was once mentored by a powerful and secretive Druid. Now he uses his skills to survive day to day, feed his habit, and serve whatever crooks will employ him in petty crime. But his simple rhythms are about to change. Attracting notice is a dangerous idea in the slums. Suddenly everyone wants something from Croak.
||ExplicitA Croak for Help 003 – Smash and Grab||Croak finds the gangsters who mugged him. He gets his money back. There is blood. This is the last of the three episodes we are launching this podcast with. If you’ve gotten this far Read more||6/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitA Croak for Help 002 – Peter the Child||Croak has found an ally, and a lead, but there remain obstacles. If the bloodsucking wildlife that dominates the city’s broken ecology don’t put an end to Croak’s quest, a long-lived little boy may. Also, Read more||6/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitA Croak for Help 001: Where’s My Money?||The inaugural episode of Shadows of Pindus: A Croak for Help. Croak, a Drow street urchin is kicked awake by a pair of thugs he runs drugs for. He missed his rendezvous after a delivery Read more||6/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitA Croak for Help Trailer||Hear the audio trailer for Shadows of Pindus: A Croak for Help, our serial duet actual play podcast. Learn more about the Podcast||5/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Nicely Produced, quick moving!
The one-on-one format of this show is really cool! It's D&D certainly, but unlike other actual plays there is less banter and more intimate exploration of the character and setting. I like it!
Excited for more!
Two great story tellers at work, and there's some great situations where you go 'Why did you do that? a podcast that is intriguing, gives you some food for thought about people, helps you learn a little bit more about yourself perhaps, and is just a lot of fun to listen to. If you love good D and D, this is great. If you love talking back to the radio, this is great. And if you love good stories, this is great.
Fantastic and intimate story telling put up by some serious personalities.