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A podcast by Kole Ross and Gary Butterfield taking a monster-by-monster look at all of the goofy, inspired, and sometimes dull creature designs in the 2nd Edition Monstrous Manual of Dungeons and Dragons. Join us every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for short episodes about your favorite beasties.

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This podcast is the future.

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Little potions of escaping

One of life's lesser known pleasures is walking down the street while covertly listening to Gary and Cole hash out which chromatic dragons are sweet as hell and which are just lame copycats. Also the village-drenching reproductive habits of the gargantua. Hits some nostalgic notes but it mostly feels like sleepover humor. I likes it.

Almost perfect

I've gotta give this 5 stars because it is great for what it wants to be.

I know I'm just one listener with one suggestion but these are my thought;

The banter between the hosts is great, I feel like there should be more of that.

I really like the d&d stats aspect of the monsters and how DMs could use them.

The frequency of the podcast is great, but I would almost say a less frequent and longer podcast with more monsters could be better. I understand that not every monster has deep lore behind it, but I think if you put together 1 monster with deep lore and possibly 20 minutes of content with 2 or 3 lesser monsters then that could be a way to really dive into the monsters with a lot of information while not neglecting the monsters that don't.

Regardless this is a great podcast and almost exactly what I was looking for when I ended up finding it. Keep up the great work.

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