EPISODE 01: HEROES?! – Peter and Grayson sit at the bar that belongs to Peter’s Uncle, pondering the purpose of their lives, when two adventurers in full armor, come in and talk about saving a damsel in distress – which inspires Peter and Grayson to try their hand at becoming heroes… Well, that is until they take another drink, and decide that the idea of becoming a hero is entirely too dangerous.
EPISODE 02: 20k?! – Having run out of money (and run their tab entirely too high), Peter and Grayson are forced to fetch money from their “treasure chest.” While doing so, a pair of Gnomes walk by and discuss how they had seen a dragon up on a hill. This, once again, inspires Peter and Grayson to think about becoming heroes. They discuss the stories they’ve heard about the hero who killed the Dragon of Silverlake and how much money they had gotten from the Dragon’s treasure. The idea of so much gold, meaning so many drinks – Peter and Grayson believe they have what it takes to slay a Dragon and become heroes themselves!
EPISODE 03: COME ON BABY, LIGHT MY FIRE – Gathering what they have for armor and weapons, Peter and Grayson meet at the front gates of the City of Neverending to begin their adventure. Following a map purchased from Pawl the Dorf’s “cousin” they venture forth into the woods and begin what they believe is their legacy as heroes… Now, if it were only so simple as that!
EPISODE 04: A WALK IN THE WOODS – Following the map from Pawl the Dorf’s “cousin” proves to be a bad idea, as Peter and Grayson soon find themselves lost in the woods, following Peter’s directions…
EPISODE 05: YE SALTY DOG – Peter and Grayson manage to find their way out of the woods, and enter the city of Galana, which Grayson recognizes and shares a story about a broken-hearted woman he met in Galana. Here, they also meet Poppy the Salt Vendor, who sells them bags of salt. Because everyone needs salt, right?
EPISODE 06: HE’S A MAGIC MAN – Inside the tavern of Galana, Peter and Grayson spot a Wizard named Alan (“The Astounding!”) and approach him to ask how Wizards make so much money doing Magic Tricks…
EPISODE 07: THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO… BOOM? – Peter and Grayson leave the town of Galana and continue their quest to become heroes – they go from a forested area to a frozen tundra – and Peter begins explaining the dangers of falling snow – because that’s when… The Ice Cube Monsters come out…!
NOTE: This episode was one of the episodes that had audio issues when it was originally recorded. I tried to correct it as much as possible, but it’s still, unfortunately, noticeable.
EPISODE 09: IT’S NOT THE SIZE THAT MATTERS…: Peter and Grayson have just gotten some armor to look a little more “flashy” and a little more hero-like. Now all they need is some weapons! Grayson needs to replace his rusty sword, which was lost in the epic battle with the Ice Cube Monster, and Peter needs some real arrows, rather than those Velcro tipped arrows he’s been using (although, it did just save their lives against said Ice Cube Monster!) In Stonefrost City, there’s bound to be a weapon vendor somewhere, right? And they do find him – he just happens to be a little… creepy. At the very end of this episode – guess who they run into? Watch and see.
EPISODE 10: RACIAL BENEFITS: Having left Stonefrost City, after acquiring some new armor and weapons, Peter follow the map into the frozen tundra where they encounter, none other than their good friend Pawl the Dorf. Standing outside of a cave, Pawl the Dorf pleads with our would be heroes, to go with him and help him explore the cave. Once inside, the unlikely trio encounter something – and debate just what it is! What is it they find? Well, click one of the links below and watch the episode!
EPISODE 11: DEEP, DARK, REVENGE: Lost in the Goblin Caves of Stonefrost, our unlikely trio of would-be heroes, Peter, Grayson and Pawl try to find their way out of the caves without Pawl’s map. Meanwhile, that very same map of the caves, has fallen into the hands of three unlikely goblins – Charlie, Albert and Bob – who have found that Dink (who was supposed to be guarding the bridge from bugbears – trolls! – has passed out from dancing too much!) Now, the three goblins are trying to track the ones who have danced with Dink and see if they pose any danger to the rest of the Goblin community…
EPISODE 12: WHERE THERE’S SMOKE…: Peter, Grayson and Pawl – still lost within the Stonefrost Caves, begin discussing what their next move should be. During the debate, Pawl the Dorf mentions that they should make a campfire – and rest for the night – and resume their attempts to get out of the caves tomorrow. This sparks (no pun intended!) a discussion about the dangers of such an idea (starting a campfire in a cave!) to the wonderful idea of toasting marshmallows! What could possibly go wrong, right? With this trio… just about anything!
EPISODE 13: IN & OUT, A HERO’S TALE: Peter and Grayson wake up from being rendered unconscious from the smoke in the cave… And wake up, to find that their good friend Pawl the Dorf still hasn’t returned! Peter and Grayson go and fetch some water, where Peter begins to “talk to the fish” – but stranger than that – a mysterious voice begins to speak directly to Grayson’s mind! As Grayson struggles to determine where the voice is coming from, Peter and Grayson decided that they need to seriously find their way out and resume this “hero business.” Will Peter and Grayson find their way out? Will they find their good friend Pawl the Dorf? This episodes answers those two questions, but begins the story of the voice in Grayson’s head… The mystery begins!
EPISODE 14: HERE COMES THE SAND AGAIN: Peter and Grayson are still lost in the endless dunes of the Arreis Desert. Peter’s pretty confident that they can find the City of Ator (better known, in Peter’s mind, as the “Dessert Village”). However, as the hours pass, and our heroes are without rations, the dehydration begins to take effect, and Grayson – aside from hearing that voice in his head again – begins to hallucinate and begins “drinking” sand… Only Peter’s quick wit (or lack of understanding the Common Tongue) saves Grayson. We also see a little more of Pawl the Dorf as he wanders those deep, dark, halls within the cave… Will he find his way out?
EPISODE 15: REACH OUT WITH YOUR FEELINGS: As if matters simply couldn’t get worse for Peter and Grayson – well, it does! As it turns out, those wonderful Marshmellows that Peter was hoping to roast over an open fire have gained sentient life after the gunk from the Ice Cube Monster explosion got mixed with it. But, fear not – because Peter the Ranger has just come up with a new plan to help them out of this mess! He’s going to use his Ranger Skills and summon… An Animal Companion. What could go wrong?
EPISODE 16: “DESSERT” CITY: Surly Peter and Grayson’s luck has to take a turn for the better, right? Well, finally – in this episode – it does, indeed, take a turn for the better! Finally, Peter and Grayson come across what Peter has affectionately called “The Dessert City” – which, the citizens of the city, simply refer to as the City of Ator. This episode introduces four new characters (two guards) and two merchants! The guards give Peter and Grayson some advice, while the merchant’s son gives Grayson some lip about their heroic deeds! This episodes also swings back around to Pawl the Dorf and where he’s at in all of this!
EPISODE 17: HEROES BAR & KEEP: Peter and Grayson make their way to the Heroes Bar & Keep – and learn there’s more to it. Apparently this bar also provides a form of… entertainment of some kind. Feeling confident (and perhaps grateful) to be at a real bar (a scene that both Peter and Grayson are wholly familiar with), Peter and Grayson order up some drinks – and Grayson even orders up some of this “legendary” entertainment that the bartender speaks of. This issue also brings in, Andrea the Assassin, who we previously glimpsed at the docks when Alan the Astounding passed out! So we see her – and how does she tie into the lives of our would be heroes? She could spell some serious trouble…
EPISODE 18: PEPPER FLAVORED: Peter and Grayson leave the Hero’s Bar & Keep (And Brothel) in the City of Ator and roam around, until the hear an all too familiar sound of a very special vendor. Out of salt (having used it on the Ice Cube Monster), Peter and Grayson make their way to see Poppy the Salt Vendor who happens to be in the City of Ator. While talking to Poppy the Salt Vendor, our two heroes learn that they’re much closer to finishing their quest than either of them dared hope! What do I mean? Watch the episode and see! And if you enjoyed it, please share the video far and wide!
EPISODE 19: A LITTLE MAGIC: This episode introduces Daniel the Destructive (a role, that was originally intended for Alan the Astounding, however the actor was unable to commit to finishing the series; so Daniel the Destructive was created to replace him). This episode immediately establishes the kind of personality that Daniel the Destructive has (which is quite different than Alan the Astounding!), and the episode also focuses on Andrea the Assassin. We are given a clue as to why she’s hunting down Peter and Grayson – and more particularly the sword that they have. We also meet Andrea’s “mother” – and get wind of something called ‘The Crimson Draco Legion.’ This episode is essentially setting up Season 2.
EPISODE 20: VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE… AND DEATH: This episode, Grayson begins to doubt his own heroic abilities, and Peter seems to grow increasingly more confident about confronting the Dragon that lives within the caves just behind the City of Ator. The episode also follows Andrea the Assassin and Daniel the Destructive, as they continue to track down both Peter and Grayson; taking a short cut to the fabled Plains of Desolation. And finally, we return to see where Pawl the Dorf is at in those goblin caves… having been wandering around so long… he’s actually gone much deeper than he ever expected… but that should be fine, because lo’ and behold, he finds other Dwarves. What could go wrong?
EPISODE 21: ACCUMULATION: Peter and Grayson finally build up the courage to face the Dragon of Ator! But not before they decide they need to solidify their courage with a little bit of Liquid Courage… However, when Peter and Grayson arrive – they take notice to the two heroes in the Yellow and Blue armor that they saw back at the City of Neverending – and ponder if these two heroes are here to kill the dragon that they’re going to slay, to become rich and famous! Things unfold quickly, and we get to see several other characters – including the fate of Pawl the Dorf after meeting his mysterious (and extremely violent) “Mountain Cousins.”
EPISODE 22: THIS IS ‘DRAGON’ ON TOO LONG: Peter and Grayson have stormed the Dragon of Ator’s den to confront him, slay him, and become the greatest heroes the City of Neverending has ever heard of. Unfortunately, things do not go as smoothly as they had planned after storming through the Dragon’s front gates…
EPISODE 23: OH, HOW I TREASURE, TREASURE!: Peter and Grayson speak with the Dean the Dragon, and since he is a good dragon; our would be heroes can’t kill him. So what can they do to become the much wanted heroes that they seek to be? Dean the Dragon has just the answer for them as he gives them a new quest to begin…
EPISODE 24: THE WATCHFUL EYE: Dean the Dragon gives our two, would be heroes, a map through the Caves, which should help them avoid the noted Driders and Duergar on the map; and even has a red line on the map to follow. With such guidance, surly it’d be impossible for our lovable duo to get lost… right?
EPISODE 25: THE NEW RECRUITS: This episode focuses on Andrea the Assassin and Daniel the Destructive as they continue their pursuit of Peter the Ranger and Grayson the Fighter – along the way, the deadly duo recruits some new members to their cause.
EPISODE 26: REUNITED (AND IT FEELS SO GOOD): Peter and Grayson still have the map from Dean the Dragon… so how is it even possible that the dynamic duo gets lost in these caves? Well, rest assured, it’s possible! And just who is it that they have reunited with? And how is it even possible? Those answers all begin in this episode…
EPISODE 27: EVEN GHOSTS GET RACIAL BENEFITS?: In this episode, we see that Andrea the Assassin and Daniel the Destructive are hot on the trail of Peter and Grayson, as they arrive in the City of Ator. Meanwhile, our would be heroes discover that they close friend Pawl the Dorf, not only died… but came back… as a ghost… with racial benefits!
EPISODE 28: THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL: Peter and Grayson have a talk with Pawl the Dorf, and about his dilemma of being stuck as a ghost. After briefly speaking with Pawl the Dorf, they discover just why he’s actually stuck in his ghost form…!
EPISODE 29: THE PLAN: Andrea and Daniel are hot on the trail of our two would be (and utterly lost) heroes, Peter and Grayson! Andrea and Daniel, along with their hired minion of goblins, have just arrived to the City of Ator!
EPISODE 30: GOOD ELF, BAD ELF?: Peter and Grayson (and the frequently vanishing Pawl the Dorf) now find themselves stuck between some questionable looking elves, and the murderous dwarves who killed Pawl the Dorf and turned him into a ghost. With nowhere to go – the trio is forced to hide – while Andrea the Assassin and her team are hot on their heels!
EPISODE 31: SIDE EFFECTS MAY VARY: With Peter and Grayson paying for Pawl the Dorf’s reincarnation, the dynamic duo realizes they’re in need of more funds again. Lucky for them, the City of Blackmire has the one place Peter and Grayson know very well – second only to the layout of a good, drinking tavern – and that is – a Wishing Well. When Grayson dives in to scrounge up some coins, a young girl tells them about the curse of those, whose wishes become undone when coins are stolen. (Who could this possibly impact? Well, this episode tells you that!) At the same time, Pawl the Dorf talks to the odd priest about doing a reincarnation – and the two of them complete the spell – but at what price?
EPISODE 32: EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: While resting at the Blackmire Inn and Tavern, Peter the Ranger comes up with an idea, that, surprisingly, Grayson the Fighter actually believes might be a good idea. Every hero needs a villain – and the dynamic duo (unaware they’re being pursued by Andrea the Assassin and her cohorts) – decides to hold an audition as to who will be their villain and spread the deeds of their (slightly imagined) deeds across the land – so that they can become rich and famous! After all, what could go wrong with that idea?
EPISODE 33: THERE BE PIRATES: Peter and Grayson meet Christine the Chambermaid, and Peter begins weaves a very exaggerated tale about one of their most recent adventures… with some… unexpected results.