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Eye of the Beerholder
Drinking and Dungeons and Dragons. Oh my!
Category: Other Games
Location: Kearny
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May 08, 2016 09:05 AM PDT

Ed Coleman kicks the show off lamenting the fact that he bought tickets to a show that he missed to be on Eye of the Beerholder. Shawn leads into the adventure that awaits the team at Stu’s bachelor party. They review some possible strategies to defeat the dreaded Tarrasque, a Godzilla-like monster in Dungeons and Dragons. When we come back from break, George weighs in with his strategies to destroy this mighty beast.

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Stu @stuhorvath
George @georgecollazo
Hambone @hambreaker
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

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Music provided by George Collazo. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

April 04, 2016 10:27 PM PDT

Dooms calls out Shawn Dillon for impersonating a wizard at the NY Renaissance Faire and then everyone reviews their drink list for the evening. Stu touches on a D&D related project he is working on and talks about the Mothers of Heck. The boys talk about D&D in the 1980s, the Satanic Panic and misinformation. After the break they rundown their last game in Stu’s campaign and talk about the mummies positive energy. We cut into archery tips from Shawn and the gents talk about their Ren Faire experience. They cap the show off with plans for Stu’s Bachelor party.

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Follow the party on Twitter
Stu @stuhorvath
George @georgecollazo
Hambone @hambreaker
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423

Music provided by George Collazo. www.deadgowest.com

February 23, 2016 07:13 PM PST

DOOM kicks off the episode by leveling up George Collazo and John McGuire to First Level Co-Hosts. Hambone starts the discussion with their battle against The Bey, a formidable opponent in Stu's eleven year Dungeons and Dragons campaign. After a tumultuous battle, the boys were victorious over one of Stu’s most vicious characters. After the break, George gets into DM questions about generating dungeons. George and John talk about their adventures at GenCon. DOOM closes out the show with a rant on Shawn Dillon.

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Follow the party on Twitter
Stu @stuhorvath
George @georgecollazo
Hambone @hambreaker
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423

Music provided by George Collazo. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

February 21, 2016 09:26 AM PST

This episode originally aired December 28, 2015.

We are joined by our hosts Stu Horvath and Shawn Dillon and our panelists George Collazo, John “Hambone” McGuire, Ed Coleman and Ian Gonzales. Shawn starts the show by leveling up DOOM to a 9th level sorcerer and we wish Ian a happy birthday. Hambone kicks this episode off with the introduction of the official Eye of the Beerholder breathalyzer. After a round of breathe tests, we talk about Dragon magazine and sex in the world of Dungeons & Dragons. We talk a bit about Gen Con and then float off into a variety of topics. After the break, Stu talks about the module White Plume Mountain. DOOM ends the show before things really get out of hand.

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Follow the party on Twitter
Stu @stuhorvath
George @georgecollazo
Hambone @hambreaker
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423

Music provided by George Collazo. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

February 08, 2016 08:59 AM PST

This episode originally aired December 7, 2015.

DOOM has to go to the Mages Guild, so the boys decide on recording Episode 6 after two consecutive games of Dungeons & Dragons. Stu, Shawn, George and Hambone realize that their current game has been going on for 11 years and are currently in Sigil. They begin with some talk about the astral plane and sleep paralysis and then move into their adventure in Sigil. We get a history lesson about their time in summer school and then they move into the second part with added panelist, Ed Coleman. DOOM serenades Shawn Dillon and then they move into their game where they find a chest with tarot cards, wishes and beans. Then they end on a fun note!

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Follow the party on Twitter
Stu @stuhorvath
George @georgecollazo
Hambone @hambreaker
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423

Music provided by George Collazo. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

February 02, 2016 07:22 AM PST

This episode originally aired November 3, 2015.

This week Stu and Shawn are joined by George Collazo, John McGuire and special guest, actor Daniel Imperiale. The gents delve into a classic Dungeons & Dragons how-to book sent from our friend Brian Taylor. They move on to Dan Imperiale’s recent Dungeons & Dragons experiences as a bard and some of his recent acting work. The show is then invaded by host of Unlistenable, Charles Moran and the guys revisit Chuck’s time with the crew before he was expelled. Shawn shows off his recent treasure, the Dungeons & Dragons wallet, and then Stu talks about their adventure in the astral plane. Dan asks about Moose Horns and playing in character. Chuck leaves and then they finish up with Dan. DOOM and Shawn compare notes on butter and then sign off.

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Follow the party on Twitter
Stu @stuhorvath
George @georgecollazo
Hambone @hambreaker
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423

Music provided by George Collazo. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

January 27, 2016 02:07 PM PST

This episode originally aired September 17, 2015.

Stu and Shawn are joined by regular panelists George Collazo and John McGuire and special guests Ian Gonzales and Ed Coleman. DOOM turns 967 years old and spreads some nasty rumors. They kick things off with Ian and Ed’s early Dungeons & Dragons experiences. Ed digs up his childhood memories of meeting Stu, Shawn and George. Ian was banned from playing as a kid due to the Satanic Panic. Ian started with Edition 3.5, loves to be a fighter and likes THAC0. Shawn goes on the hunt for a vintage Dungeons & Dragons wallet after seeing a photo from one of his cohorts. Stu assigns spirit animals using old LJN toys and then Shawn switches gears to a conversation about the worst second edition classes. They wake up DOOM and then sort through his old spell book to uncover some of his early cave drawings.

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Follow the party on Twitter
Stu @stuhorvath
George @georgecollazo
Hambone @hambreaker
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423
Music provided by George Collazo and Dead Go West. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

January 22, 2016 03:06 PM PST

This episode originally aired August 20, 2015.

DOOM! calls out Shawn on his pizza challenge and the boys reminisce about their food choices during their Dungeons & Dragons adventures. Stu and Shawn are joined by every edition friend George Collazo. Shawn gives us a New Jersey history lesson and then we get into radioactive monsters, Spelljammer and 5th Edition. The gents play a game, picking the worst monsters picked from the Monster Manual, Fiend Folio and Monster Manual 2: the Transposer, the Flumph and the Piercer. Stu condemns meta gaming in his games. DOOM! closes the show.

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Follow the party on Twitter:

Stu @stuhorvath
George @GeorgeCollazo
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423

Music provided by George Collazo. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

January 17, 2016 09:13 AM PST

This episode originally aired July 16th, 2015.

Episode 2 welcomes special guests George Collazo, Jen Sisco and John ‘Hambone’ McGuire into the fold. We wax nostalgic as Shawn and Stu talk about their beginnings with George in Dungeons & Dragons. Hambone and Jen also share their tabletop gaming origins and there is a brief discussion about “flat crack” (AKA Magic: The Gathering). Stu gives a shout out to Brian Taylor for sending him some Forgotten Realms books. The guys explain the basics of Spelljammer and Maztica campaign settings. We cap the show off with the githyanki, vorpal swords and the Astral Plane. Hambone tries to sell the crew on 5th edition, but Shawn Dillon fears change.

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Follow the party on Twitter:

Stu @stuhorvath
George @GeorgeCollazo
John @Hambreaker
DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423

Music provided by George Collazo and Dead Go West. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

January 16, 2016 12:10 PM PST

This episode originally aired July 2nd, 2015.

For our first show, Stu Horvath and Shawn Dillon try to decide on a name for the podcast. Unwinnable A/V producer, Ken Lucas, helps the gents get the ball rolling as they talk about their origins in D&D, the name of the show, tonight’s drink menu and the early days of Dungeons & Dragons and TSR.

They also dip into rules for the undead for just for a moment and introduce their new emcee, DOOM! before they get into a lengthly discussion about the iconic monster, the Beholder. Then Shawn Dillon hates on giant spiders.

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Follow the party on Twitter:

Stu @stuhorvath

Ken @kursse

DOOM! @DOOMUnwinnable

Follow Shawn Dillon on Instagram @ssdillon423

Music provided by George Collazo and Dead Go West. Find him at www.deadgowest.com

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