Check out what people are saying about "Werebear vs Landopus":
-John Bruske, PodBros Network
-Will Bly, author of Ravens in the Sky
"What sells it so well for me was the use of humour in this little story and also how well swearing is used to good effect, it's a winning package."
-Justin Knight, Author of Nomads
PART 1: Tentacles Under a Full Moon
This is a serious story.
A serious, grimly dark short story of hilarious misery.
SUGGESTED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES: Contains coarse language, violence and candid descriptions of the genitalia of various fantasy races.
In a peaceful land of lush prosperity, an ancient eight-tentacled evil has risen to wreck unfathomable havoc. A simple, unassuming warrior named Huckle gathers together the bravest and most dysfunctional band of heroes in the kingdom to battle the beast, but they are fated only for the direst of suffering and failure.
The only way to defeat a monster of this magnitude is with an even more horrifying monster...
Huckle goes to hell and back and back again in this tragic tale of terrestrial cephalopods, ursine lycanthropes and explosive volcano drake diarrhea.
Dark fantasy will never be the same.
With a forward by Rob Matheny and Philip Overby, hosts of the Grim Tidings Podcast
PART 2: Revenge of the Lycanterrancephalopod
A serious sequel to a serious story. A story about grim, dark, hilarious misery.
SUGGESTED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES: Contains violence, course language, and alleged dwarf ejaculate. Allegedly.
One year after the great battle between the Werebear and the Landopus in the Barony of Amorous Felines in the Kingdom of Dyskovenia, a great evil has returned to once again scour the land. This new threat is both hairy AND slimy, as well as thoroughly indestructible.
A new group of heroes has risen to combat the threat, and this time, they mean business. They've brought along an inexperienced elf, a disgusting dump dwarf, a foul-mouthed uff and a vampiric chicken .
Maybe this isn't going to work out after all.
PART 3: The Gun Nun
Yet another serious story about grim, dark, hilarious misery.
SUGGESTED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES: Contains violence, coarse language, and members of the clergy selling dwarf-built firearms.
The Gunpowder God does not deal in mercy and salvation, but in lead. And he'll give you a great two-for-one deal on a box of bullets if you put at least a 50% downpayment on that shiny new Sacred Revolver of Defense Against Home Invasion.
Sister Siouxsie Cue is not on a mission for her church this time. The weary, cynical Gun Nun rides into the backwater town of Diagonal Luncheon to see a man about a troll - and to figure out why that troll is building bridges in the middle of a flat town square and trying to charge tolls for crossing it. But the misguided would-be toll collector only leads her to an even bigger troll, as well as a baby-faced country bumpkin named Timmy Corkeater who may be the death of her...
Original cover of Werebear vs Landopus Part 1:
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