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Aethuran Dark Saga - A Dark Fantasy Audio Fiction

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An Audio Drama, Fiction and Horror podcast featuring PD Usher and Phillip Usher
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Imagine Game of Thrones merged with Witcher but with a horror spin. Aethuran Dark Saga has often been branded a dramatized audiobook as the richness of the world portrayed puts it miles ahead of many other podcasts. This show takes no prisoners and immerses the listener in a dismal gritty world drenched in blood and filled with wailings of its inhabitants. It's as gripping as it is unforgiving, written and acted with true passion and attention to detail, which is going to make your heart grow with compassion towards the characters, only to shatter it to pieces a minute later. In this world, evil is more frequently rewarded than good deeds and not a single person is exempt from suffering a gruesome death. If you're into dark fantasy, this is probably the best show out there for you to check -. From Myst(tribesmedia editor)
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57 episodes
Host
57 episodes
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1 episode
Voice Actor
1 episode
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Alek
4 episodes
Aethuran is an epic fantasy adventure reminiscent of classic stories like Howard's Conan. Every episode reveals more of the dark and terrifying world in which the varied characters live, fight and die. The output is varied, too, while some epis
This one has been sitting on my podcatcher for quite a while - and I can't believe I waited so long to listen. Immersive storytelling coupled with a great story is what this dark fantasy brings to your ears.
Aethuran : Dark Saga transports you to a dark dismal gritty world. Powerful descriptive narration drives this between the well produced and acted vignettes and scenes. If you like dark bleak fantasy like Game of Thrones but want to up the ante
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