Kill Every Monster

Dungeons & Dragons is many things to many people, but it was designed to be a game about killing monsters. We examine the lore and mechanics of each creature and ask a central question: are they really a monster?

Co-hosts Dylan and Aram are joined by a guest for a DM-deep-dive into a classic D&D monster. The first part is a discussion, and the second is a one-shot Actual Play where our guest takes on the role of the monster.

Each episode of Kill Every Monster is a contained story, so you never have to worry about being caught up or listening out of order.

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Hag
Green Hags are described in the Monster Manual as “wretched and hateful creatures that dwell in dying forests, lonely swamps, and misty moors, making their homes in caves."
58 min
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The Mardagayl
After the werewolf episode, Diana wrote a short story about an Armenian lycanthropy myth, the Mardagayl.
3 min
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Werewolf
The Monster Manual describes the werewolf as “a savage predator. In its humanoid form, a werewolf has heightened senses, a fiery temper, and a tendency to eat rare meat."
53 min
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Goblin
The Monster Manual describes goblins as “small, black-hearted, selfish humanoids that lair in caves, abandoned mines, despoiled dungeons, and other dismal settings."
78 min
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Banshee
The Monster Manual describes the banshee as “the undead remnants of elves who, blessed with great beauty, failed to use their gift to bring joy to the world."
58 min
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Welcome to Kill Every Monster
Kill Every Monster is a 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons podcast. We are joined by a guest each episode to discuss the lore, mechanics, and story potential of classic D&D creatures while asking a central question: are they truly a monster?
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