Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Tales Of High Adventure Original D&D Pod-Play

So for all of you that have returned from your journeys at GenCon, for all of you getting ready for the OSRCon, for all of you Grognards out there old and young, for all you classic role-players, fantasy bloggers and all other fans of pulp fantasy drama The Warlock's Home Brew presents the first chapter in it's original Pod-Play drama Beneath The Ruined Tower Of Zenopus! An original scripted performance about a group of adventurers exploring the labyrinth beneath a magicians ruined tower! Dedicated to and influenced by John Eric Holmes' sample dungeon in the original blue book.

Tune in to the theater of your mind with Tales of High Adventure!

Chapter 1: Into the Dark

Written and Produced by Paul Fini

Music by Kevin MacLeod

Performed by the Warlock's Home Brewed Role-players:

Corey Bishop…..Arvin Ardmore, priest of Mithra
Brain Dunkle…..Tibag Backstabber, rogue
Paul Fini…..Announcer, Father Halford, Sorcerer
Zachariah Hoffman…..Skwanky Furrytoe, halfling
Clay Lewis…..Gedleesmote Hammersend the Dwarf
Max Liberman…..Vincent the Wizard
Mike Moran…..Wolf the Viking
Christy Cameron Smith…..Narrator, Harlot

Also featuring
Richard Gabriel…..Mithra pirest
Sara Gabriel
…..Jesse the bar wench, goblin
Brendan & Adam Gabriel…..Goblins
Michael Griffith.....Morak

This Pod-play is dedicated to John Eric Holmes

Listen Now (17 minutes)...

Listen to Chapter 2: An Unexpected Alliance

Listen to Chapter 3: Dark Sorcery!


  1. Beautiful!
    Cant wait for the next episode!
    Great work Paul!

  2. Stupid question, but what system are they using?

  3. I do believe they're living Holmes basic. ; )

  4. Good fun, bliss. Well done. This also had the unfortunate side effect (like punk rock, small press comics, and old school D&D) of making me want to rip off your idea and start work on a pod-drama of my own. I need another project like a hole in the head, especially one of this magnitude so I probably won't, but you inspired me none the less.

  5. @Jason - Some times I don't know what I'm getting myself into adding another project to my plate. But it was a lot of fun to put this together. I'm glad you liked it.
    For what it's worth, I'd love to hear another play!

  6. Awesome! Thanks for creating this.

  7. That was entertaining - thanks for producing and sharing this, and kudos and thanks to all the actors too!