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Kill Every Monster

Dylan Malenfant & Aram Vartian

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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4.6 out of 5 stars from 88 ratings
  • Definitely recommend all new GM’s to listen

    Definitely an entertaining listen. The show follows a 3 step process more

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    Brutal Jimi
    United States2 months ago
  • Aram and Dylan are visionaries

    After hearing their lovingly antagonistic dynamic featured in Unprepared Casters as player characters, I craved more of that dynamic. It's Luckily, these fellas had their own DnD show- one that I could pick up and get into at my own pace. Every episode is incredibly informative about the "monster", incredibly thoughtful in regards to cultural influences on its portrayal, and wildly entertaining with flavorful editing and tabletop segments built around the monster of the episode. However, the wri... more

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    As always, Aram and company picks apart the facade of traditional tropes, revealing a far more insightful, and nuanced world. This time, from the perspective of the bad guys. It makes you think about monsters in a way you never have before. 👏👏👏

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    Tom Goss
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  • Excellent

    This podcast is just so much fun. Accessible for dnd newcomers and experts alike. Aram and Dylan have great chemistry, keeping every episode’s tone simultaneously lighthearted and informative. The pacing is good. Almost every guest brings something new to the table. And the production values have been excellent from day-one. Standout episodes (IMO) - Goblin, Doppelganger, Mimic, Nothic, Cambion, Dryad, Roc.

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