Red Moon Roleplaying in association with the Adventure Hook podcast proudly present a Blackspire Studios rendition of the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd Edition classic Planescape adventure “To Baator & Back”… which we’ve humbly subtitled: “Hell is Other People”.
This episode contains themes and situations that may be offensive to some audiences. Listener discretion is advised…
To Baator and Back – Episode One: Paradise Lost & Found
In this first installment of this classic Planescape adventure (first published in Well of Worlds 1994) the Red Moon guys first get to know Robert Randle and Aaron Campbell from the Adventure Hook podcast a little bit before diving headlong into the game. Starting our story in the world featured in Rob’s other actual-play podcast Blackspire, we are initially introduced to our four player characters and receive many hints concerning their storied (and in some cases adversarial) backgrounds with one another…
If you prefer to just jump forward to the actual-play action, please skip ahead to 19:30.
Rob’s Twitter: @TheReliquum
Aaron’s Twitter: @olmancampbell
This episode features music from the enhanced soundtrack of the classic video game Planescape: Torment created by Black Isle Studios (music composed by Mark Morgan) and provided courtesy of the fine folks at Beamdog.
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The Shadows Theme
Smoldering Corpse Bar
Fortress of Regrets
This episode of To Baator & Back features music from:
Metatron Omega off the album Gnosis Dei
Flowers for Bodysnatchers off the album Aokigahara
Field of Ink
There Will Be Lies
Halgrath off the album Out of Time.
The light of the Earth’s Spheres
Out of Time
Dark Dusty Corner
Atrium Carceri off the album Codex.
A Memory Lost
A Hunger too Deep
…and made available courtesy of their label Cryo Chamber. Visit cryochamber.bandcamp.com for more dark ambient.
Music (Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License – http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)
Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com
SFX (Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License – http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)
skyclad_sound_stab_whistles_cluster_metallic_shrill_alarmed_magic_cold_149 (Turn Undead)
Whoosh begins with dark sigh then synth wind gust with mettalic resonances and quiet tonal decay