The villains gather.
ALL HAIL YOG is a D&D actual play evil campaign brought to you by the creators of Experience Points. In ALL HAIL YOG, our rotating cast of villains are the fell servants of a dark lord and must travel the realms of Ondûn to enact Yog's evil upon the earth. This 10-episode a
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The villains gather.
ALL HAIL YOG is a D&D actual play evil campaign brought to you by the creators of Experience Points. In ALL HAIL YOG, our rotating cast of villains are the fell servants of a dark lord and must travel the realms of Ondûn to enact Yog's evil upon the earth. This 10-episode arc is called The Heroes and describes a direct assault upon Yog's homeland and the Vessel itself.
Steven Molony as Azathomet, Allen Walton as Ernst, Megan Captaine as Skoura Dan Glaser as Xosh and Timothy J. Meyer as the Dungeon Master.
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"A Night on Bald Mountain" by Modest Mussorgsky (performed by the Skidmore College Orchestra), "Dante Symphony" by Franz Liszt (performed by the Berlin Philharmonic), "Battle on the Ice" by Sergei Prokofiev (performed by the West London Sinfonia and the St. Matthews Concert Choir), "Danse Macabre" by Camille Saint-Saëns (performed by the National Philharmonic Orchestra), "Uranus" by Gustav Holst (performed by Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra) and "Symphony No. 1 in D Minor" by Sergei Rachmaninov (performed by the Russian National Orchestra).