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A Beginner's Guide to Interplanetary Destruction

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After a friend's untimely death, a D&D group decides to honor their fallen comrade the only way they know how – with a funeral campaign set in a realm of sorcery, swords, and demonic peril. Soon after their pen and paper adventure begins, they find themselves in very real danger when they awake on the shore of an alien planet where an ancient artifact has recently been unearthed. A Beginner’s Guide to Interplanetary Destruction is what happens when a science fiction radio drama is re-imagined in the age of the podcast, and each episode features the comedic, and often failed, exploits of this group of childhood friends as they battle their way across time and space.

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Romancing the Bone
In… some unknown year, a team of nerds was sent careening through time and space, because a magick rainbow lady was bored. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire THE FIGHTING MONGEESE. Episode 2.9, “Romancing the Bone” was written, voiced, and recorded by an advanced AI system programmed only with knowledge of the finest 80s-era Carl Weathers action films. Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music from the show. “Eighties Action” appears courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, online at Incompetech.com. “Across the Sky” and “80s-style Action” are by Philip Chance. Find more of his tunes at soundcloud.com/philip-chance. Finally, “There and Back” is courtesy of Freestockmusic.com. Thanks!
Harbingers of Calamity Part 2
A second reunion. A first battle. The group explores a strange new world and tests their mettle. Jason reveals he hates Dungeons and Dragons. This episode is dedicated to the Light of the Seven. This episode was written by Adam Baugher, Ian McGowan, William Mead, Todd Roth, and Daniel Williams. The main theme was composed by Ian McGowan and Daniel Williams, and was performed by the Interplanetary Destruction Players. Visit harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com to download original music written and recorded by Daniel Williams and Ian McGowan. The songs “Get it Right” and “Nothing Feels Right” appear courtesy of Tok, online at tokandroll.com. “Final Battle” comes from The Rats and People Motion Picture Orchestra, at theratsandpeople.com. “Angevin B” and “Black Vortex” are courtesy of Kevin MacLeod, at Incompetech.com.
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Podcast Details
Started
Jan 31st, 2014
Latest Episode
Jun 15th, 2016
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
29
Avg. Episode Length
24 minutes
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