What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 5: Discussions

January 25, 2018

What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 5: Discussions

Things can change in an instant, leave those under pressure of time grasping in the dark. This is how these odd companions find themselves, but perhaps there is an opportunity to garner some help. Maybe even gain some allies.

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Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
Doxent Zsigmond - Forgotten Land
Quarkstar - Cricket Seaoning 1
Gurdonark - Exurb

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What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 4: Another One Drops

December 23, 2017

What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 4: Another One Drops

Chaos seems to follow these odd companions, or maybe they are it's agents in truth. Setting fire to a dead man's house then stealing his possessions parhaps should not come as a surprise at this point, but the information they have gathered will provoke new questions, and open new leads. But time waits for no man, and as they spin around in circles, trying to make sense of it all, the other players are moving their pieces into position.

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Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
naotko - PVC Quena JA rearrange
Gurdonark - Ninth Ward
Quarkstar - Cricket Seaoning 1
Doxent Zsigmond - Flower
Doxent Zsigmond - Mysterium

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What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 3: Lucius Daedora.

December 2, 2017

What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 3: Lucius Daedora

A strange creature stalks the city streets. Will these odd companions be successful in their search for it? And what of the other leads that they have uncovered? Which shall draw their attention first? What does seem of crucial importance is finding out about the first man to appear missing a brain, Lucius Daedora.

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Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
Rest You Sleeping Giant - Disconnect
Gurdonark - Exurb
Doxent Zsigmond - Mysterium
Cryosyncopy - Gorging Eclipse
Gurdonark - Ninth Ward
Rest You Sleeping Giant - Open Eyes
Cryosyncopy - Scan

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What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 2: Brainless

November 19, 2017

What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 2: Brainless

The powder keg is being filled and blades are being sharpened, but these odd companions go on obliviously. They have been set a task, and are determined to follow it through. The folk of Talast are strange indeed, but someone must have answers. Someone will know why so many bodies have been found brainless.

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Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
Sea of Land - The Ship
Airtone - nightRain
naotko - PVC Quena JA rearrange
Quarkstar - Cricket Seaoning 1
Doxent Zsigmond - Mysterium

 

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What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 1: Getting the Band Back Together

November 4, 2017

What Lives in the Sludge, Episode 1: Getting the Band Back Together

Worse things than usual are beginning to happen in Talast, the city at the mouth of the White River. Bodies are appearing missing brains, but with no obvious external trauma. An Imperial visit is imminent, and with the city at risk of falling into termoil, Herceg Aventius Kohanil Asthenia turns to somebody he hopes will not cause too much trouble. Little does he know what he asks.

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Demipia, What Lives in the Sludge is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

What Lives in the Sludge written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Doxent Zsigmond - Forgotten Land
Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
Rest You Sleeping Giant - Elbow Song

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Demipia, the Mine Children: Epilogue

October 22, 2017

The Mine Children, Epilogue

It is done. Finished. Ended. The artifact has been used. The battle has been won. The light has shone through the darkness. But the scars still remain, and they shall not be easy to heal. Choices about what comes next must be made.

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Demipia, The Mine Children is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

The Mine Children Theme written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
Doxent Zsigmond - Forgotten Land
Doxent Zsigmond - Mysterium

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The Mine Children, Episode 20: Execution

September 9, 2017

The Mine Children, Episode 20: Execution

So it all comes down to this. After what must feel like an age in this damned village, these odd companions have finally settled upon a plan to take on the ghostly creature of Amille. They have gathered what allies they can, and now make their way to the top of that fog-shrouded waterfall, where their own fates, and the fates of countless others, will be decided. 

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Demipia, The Mine Children is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

The Mine Children Theme written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
Cryosyncopy - Wandering
Fireproof Babies - Darkwoods
Cryosyncopy - Shower of Arachnids
Fireproof Babies - Swim Below As Leviathans

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Special Announcements

September 3, 2017

Special Announcements

We are happy to announce that we are joining up with Cast4Change, a collective of (mostly) D&D podcasters who wish to see good change in the world by committing random acts of kindness. to encourgace our followers, we're giving away a Demipia dice bowl, custom made by Nightshade Creations. Simply perform your random act of kindness, take a photograph, then tweet it to us @DemipiaT3A including the tag #Cast4Change. A winner will be chosen from our followers to receive the dice bowl.

we also have an announcement about the future of Demipia, as The Mine Children draws to a close. We are very excited for our next series, What Lives in the Sludge, and we will also be launching a Patreon page in the coming month those those that wish to support us just a little bit more. Details of all of the exciting patron rewards are in the aduio.

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Demipia is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

The Mine Children Theme written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals

 
 
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The Mine Children, Episode 19: Preparation

August 28, 2017

The Mine Children, Episode 19: Preparation

Friends come and go, it seems. Having lost one soul to their own mistakes, these odd companions have found another to drag into the terrible mess they have found themselves in. They now must prepare for an encount that they know is coming. But, these are not the wisest of folk, and their ability to think ahead leaves much to be desired.

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Demipia, The Mine Children is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

The Mine Children Theme written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
Rest You Sleeping Giant - Open Eyes
doxent zsigmond - Mysterium
Lancefield - Graveside
Cryosyncopy - Scan
Cryosyncopy - Wandering
Gurdonark - Ninth Ward
Rest You Sleeping Giant - Disconnect

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The Mine Children, Episode 18: Planning

August 13, 2017

The Mine Children, Episode 18: Planning

Loss is always difficult to deal with, and each soul must take time to grieve in its own way. Unfortunately, time is not a resource that these odd companions have. The situation is more than deperate, and they must organise themselves properly if they are to save themselves from being overcome by the chaos around them. Maybe they might even find a solution before it is too late.

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Demipia, The Mine Children is written and produced by Maximillian Chambers, Copyright 2017. All rights reserved.

The Mine Children Theme written by Rich Spencer.

Music used under the Creative Commons free for commercial use attribution license (Artist - Track):

Sergey Cheremisinov - The Signals
Fireproof Babies - Dark Woods
naotko - PVC Quena JA rearrange
Lancefield - Graveside
doxent zsigmond - Mysterium

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