Monsters of the Shattered World Season 3 Premiere: Splitting the Party

Monsters of the Shattered World is back with season three!

In this season premiere episode, Andreas and his companions take temporary quarters in the dark city of Hallowdeep, where they seek information about the lich they faced in the prior season. However, the party faces internal strife.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Want to adventure in the Shattered World? Buy the tabletop RPG setting guide, The Mystery of the Shattered World, for only US $2.99!

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Quinn Conklin (columnist at Troll in the Corner and author of Toys for the Sandbox). The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by the prolific Kevin Macleod.

Monsters of the Shattered World Season 2 Finale: A Crone’s Confession

Hobgoblin Crone by Khairul HishamIn this episode of Monsters of the Shattered World, Andreas and his companions face a hobgoblin crone, and confirm their suspicions.

And that’s the end of season 2! Thanks for listening. We’ll take a break and come back with season 3 later this year.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Carl Bussler (co-host of Flagons & Dragons). The art accompanying each episode is by the consummate artistic professional Khairul Hisham. The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by the prolific Kevin Macleod.

Monsters of the Shattered World S2E6: New and Old Enemies

Lich vs. Orc by Khairul Hisham
Lich vs. Orc by Khairul Hisham

In this episode of Monsters of the Shattered World, Andreas and his companions defending the city of Arrowsight face a second wave of attackers. But their enemies are not exactly as they seem.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Carl Bussler (co-host of Flagons & Dragons). The art accompanying each episode is by the consummate artistic professional Khairul Hisham. The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by the prolific Kevin Macleod.

Monsters of the Shattered World S2E5: The Battle of Arrowsight Field

The Archers of Arrowsight Field by Khairul Hisham
The Archers of Arrowsight Field by Khairul Hisham

In this episode of Monsters of the Shattered World, Andreas and his companions attempt to defend the city of Arrowsight from an army of allied goblins, hobgoblins, and orcs.

This episode contains a snippet of the Litany Against Fear, originally written by Frank Herbert for his Dune series. This is my homage to my favorite book.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Carl Bussler (co-host of Flagons & Dragons). The art accompanying each episode is by the consummate artistic professional Khairul Hisham. The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by the prolific Kevin Macleod.

Monsters of the Shattered World S2E4: A Meal with a Witch

A Meal with a Witch by Khairul Hisham
A Meal with a Witch by Khairul Hisham

In this episode of Monsters of the Shattered World, Andreas seeks his mentor, and the powers-that-be in Arrowsight make a decision about the army at the city’s gates.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Carl Bussler. The art accompanying each episode is by the consummate artistic professional Khairul Hisham. The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by the prolific Kevin Macleod.

Monsters of the Shattered World S2E3: The Claws of a Bugbear

Bugbear by Khairul Hisham
Art by Khairul Hisham

In this episode of Monsters of the Shattered World, Andreas and his companions attempt to escape from an iron cage guarded by two bugbears. Our heroes are unarmed. This will not go well.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Carl Bussler. The art accompanying each episode is by the consummate artistic professional Khairul Hisham. The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by the prolific Kevin Macleod.

Monsters of the Shattered World S2E2: The Hobgoblins’ Nets

Hobgoblins by Khairul Hisham
by Khairul Hisham

In this episode of Monsters of the Shattered World, Andreas and his companions discover a shocking secret about the roving goblins, and face the co-ordinated attacks of a hobgoblin clan.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Quinn Conklin (columnist at Troll in the Corner and author of Toys for the Sandbox). The art accompanying each episode is by the consummate artistic professional Khairul Hisham. The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by the prolific Kevin Macleod.

Monsters of the Shattered World Season 2 Premiere: The Goblins of the Red Eyes

Art by Khairul Hisham
Art by Khairul Hisham

Monsters of the Shattered World is back with season two!

In this season premiere episode, Andreas and his companions are trying to find more about the lich they fought at the end of season 1. Their questions have brought them to the city of Arrowsight, and reports of goblins.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, the newest member of an adventuring party encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Quinn Conklin (columnist at Troll in the Corner and author of Toys for the Sandbox). The art accompanying each episode is by the consummate artistic professional Khairul Hisham. The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by the prolific Kevin Macleod.

Monsters of the Shattered World #5: Revelations

Monsters Logo 1300x1300In this episode of Monsters of the Shattered World, Andreas recounts his final battle in the lich’s laboratory, and the surprises he uncovered.

And that’s the end of season 1! Thanks for listening. Depending on the feedback we get from this episode–hint, hint–we’ll produce another season soon. Please let us know if you’d like to hear about Andreas’s further adventures.

For those of you new to this show, Monsters of the Shattered World is a storytelling podcast. It’s about a young scholar out on his own in the world, encountering strange monsters and writing about them. Each episode is 5 to 10 minutes long, so it won’t overburden your iPod.

Credits: This podcast is written and performed by Brent P. Newhall (a.k.a. Dr. Worldcrafter), and amazingly edited by Quinn Conklin (columnist at Troll in the Corner and author of Toys for the Sandbox). The show’s theme song is “To The Ends” by Kevin Macleod.

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