Total Reroll: Episode 66 – Rise of Tiamat (S2)

Welcome back to Season 2 of Total Reroll, our Dungeons and Dragons podcast! Adam has been playing some some good old fashioned D&D with some friends in London, except it isn’t old fashioned because it’s 5th edition. After finishing ‘Hoard of the Dragon Queen’, we’ve moved on with the same characters to ‘Rise of Tiamat’, the second part of the Tyranny of Dragons storyline. You can find a mega-post of all of the Season 1 content here and Season 2 so far here.

Bad news! As we said on twitter last week, Adam’s computer decided to have a fatal hard disk crash because it was hungry or something, and after a few days of trying various different fixes, unfortunately we had to accept that the audio for the season finale was lost. Which sucks.

To make up for it, the closest thing to a solution we could figure out was this week’s episode – a round table recap and discussion of what happened in that session, how the fight against Tiamat played out and how the story wrapped up. Join Adam (Red), Ian (the DM), Kirsty (Dariah), Ed (Nausicaa) and Abi (Amber) for a chat about the Rise of Tiamat, in what is at least as exhilarating an experience as hearing us actually play!

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Map of the fight. Tiamat in the middle, with her back legs trapped in the icy wreckage of Skyreach. We start the fight on the ridge of the caldera. Grey tokens are each a group of cultists.

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Our intro and outro music is ‘Acid Splash’ by Rich Thomson, and our “adverts” are provided by Anthony Walsh.


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