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Crumbling Keep is, at its heart, a pair of friends who like telling stories.  More often than not, we like when our stories involve dice.

Crumbling Keep is, at its heart, a pair of friends who like telling stories.  More often than not, we like when our stories involve dice.

After doing this for years, we wanted to share these tales with the world. This birthed the Isles of Samsarras Podcast, the home of our ongoing AD&D 2E game. 

We’ve put a lot into the world and hope you enjoy it half as much as we do. We have plenty of Samsarras lore and fiction to explore, as well as modules and other stories in the works that take place in this land.

After telling each other stories for years, we wanted to share them with the world. This birthed the Isles of Samsarras Podcast, the home of our ongoing AD&D 2E game. 

We’ve put a lot into the world and hope you enjoy it half as much as we do. We have plenty of Samsarras lore and fiction to explore, as well as modules and other stories in the works that take place in this land.

James Crane can still remember his first dungeon, even if he doesn’t exactly remember how old he was. There was so much wonder when the party ran into a gelatinous cube. Being his first game, James didn’t know what it was or why there were a bunch of weapons floating in it. He’s still certain those swords inside were magic, but he didn’t risk the borrowed characters life to find out. D&D is largely responsible for his current love of writing and stories of all mediums. He is the GM in Samsarras and has crafted pages upon pages of world history. Sometimes he thinks he lives as much in his created world as he does in the real one.

You can reach him at crane.james@ymail.com

Twenty five years ago a young Brad Kishbaugh met a young James in middle school.  He was intrigued by the game James was playing, and a friendship grew from a common interest in 2nd Edition AD&D. They both soon realized the similarity between role playing games and theater, and acting became a wonderful artistic outlet for Brad’s punk rock angst.

Fast forward about two decades, and Roll20 launches their virtual tabletop. An invitation from James brought role playing back into Brad’s life, and his love for storytelling has been reinvigorated.

You may contact him via email at RadBrad.Kish@gmail.com