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Dungeonbreaker returns and we regret to inform you everybody is in hell

But at least they’ve made a friend

It’s been a while since we last checked in with Mist, Morbos, Fizz and Tim the Goblin, the plucky band of adventurers who make up team Dungeonbreaker. Since the conclusion of our Eberron: Rising from the Last War campaign we’ve taken a brief foray into Deadlands: The Weird West and Wheels has even looked into five of the best RPGs for solo players.

Finally, though, Dungeonbreaker has returned - this time they’re in the fiery pits of Baldur’s Gate: Descent into Avernus, which is just about as horrible as it sounds. Even hell has its silver lining, though, and in this instance it’s a brand new friend. Farid is a devastatingly handsome elf played by the devastatingly handsome Dean Abdou - his appearance has not only got the other adventurers out of a tight spot, but put them in touch with some fiends in high places.

There’s already one episode for you to catch up on, but the second episode sees team Dungeonbreaker go up against a band of savage Red Caps. Will they survive, or did I write this article for nothing? There’s only one way to find out, and that’s by watching the video above.

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Johnny Chiodini

Former Head of Video

Johnny has over a decade of experience working in video for the likes of Eurogamer, GameSpot, ITN and Channel 4. For several years, they have also served as DM for Outside Xbox’s Dungeons & Dragons series Oxventure. Eventually, they were able to wangle a job at Dicebreaker talking about their greatest passion: tabletop games. Johnny is truly at their happiest rolling dice on a slightly-too-small table (preferably with a healthy supply of ale on hand).