The Age of the Swords is a non-Star Wars fantasy audio drama trilogy based in an original world created by Joe Harrison and inspired by the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. The Age of the Swords premiered on May 18, 2007, released by EUII Audio Corps, now known as Lion's Mouth Entertainment.

Summary Edit

The world of Etherealm is in a state of turmoil as the Dark Lord Maûgroth has unleashed his fury from the Black Realms. This dark war has continued for many millenia, and during its time, Maûgroth sought to cover the lands in shadow by using terrible weapons and ancient artifacts. One such weapon was the Black Sword, crafted in the Ash Lands of Amnessar by a great demon. The sword was crafted to be used by the Dark Lord, and he alone. However, the sword was lost when a host of wizards fought the demon forger.

Now, several millenia later, Maûgroth's forces have discovered the vile sword's location, and the Dark Lord has dispatched his dark agents to retrieve it... but they will meet opposition.

The Age of the Swords follows the journey of a company of heroes who set out to retrieve the Black Sword before the Dark Lord's servants find it. Once they find it, they must destroy it... or Etherealm will face a greater darkness than it has ever known.

Episodes Edit

  • Part I: The Descent of Shadows
  • Part II: The Spider Queen (In-Production)
  • Part III: TBA (Coming Soon)

Cast Edit

  • R. Douglas Barbieri as The Storyteller
  • Andrew Gilbertson as Erelor
  • Amy Ferrell as Éelene
  • Mike Lane as Elibror
  • Joe Harrison as Dorn
  • Timothy Harrison as Ludmood
  • Joanna Dilly as Queen Shelah
  • Silas Carder as Priestess Shelvara
  • Matt Loewen as Mordigyyl
  • Averil White as Ylúviyn
  • Glen Caldwell as King Ëlarith
  • Eric Olp as Tiryth-Gar Soldier #1
  • Nathan P. Butler as Ilindwír
  • Wanda Mallett as Barmaid
  • Steve Fluharty as Mercenary #1
  • Roy Mallett as Thaûligwyn

And Featuring Additional Dialogue from

  • Joe Harrison as Orc #1, Maûgroth, Brégoth, Tiryth-Gar Stable-Keeper, and Aylthwùd
  • Mike Lane as Thúlias
  • Silas Carder as Queen Aylin & Lady Meithlyn
  • Eric Olp as Mercenary #2

Production Notes Edit

Part I: The Descent of Shadows

External Links Edit

Lion's Mouth Entertainment (Official Site)

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