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D&D Encounters Season 2, also set in Dark Sun, features a different set of pre-generated characters. Season 2 begins Wednesday, June 9th.
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Once more around the table! The folks at Penny Arcade, PvP, and Kris Straub run a new session of Dungeons & Dragons -- this time set in the world of Dark Sun!
This podcast contains strong language.
With the head of Matron Galash in tow, a group of Ssurans—worshippers of the primal sun, and servants of the Wastewalker—use an altar within their hidden temple to resurrect Submatron Galash's head, interrogating it on the whereabouts of the Veiled Alliance.
Galash: "You must understand that we have the same goals! We both do battle against those who have made this world what it is."
Ssuran: "That is where you are wrong. We serve the Wastewalker, and through him, the omnipresent sun. There are no 'good wizards.' Only darker shades of black."
The fight continues, as the podcast series concludes!
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