Contains spoilers for, funnily enough, The Price of Hubris from The Emperor Protects.
As always, be aware that the podcast is not really family-friendly, and features a fair amount of background noise, if that sort of thing bothers you.
This episode basically consists of us fighting a monster. Here we see a great example of how not to build an encounter. Arthur has already discussed the Diablodon encounter better than I could, and I'll mostly leave it to him. Also, we do talk about it in the post-session chat.
Basically, somehow the designers ended up with a creature that was insanely difficult for a party who actually go with the scenario and fight it with stone weapons in loincloths, having gone to enormous trouble to encourage you to do precisely that and emphasised how dishonourable and politically unwise it would be to cheat. On the other hand, the creature would be a pushover with normal weaponry. What you end up with is a creature that is basically only killable by a party with a Librarian who chose some blasting powers, and will take any other party hundreds of rounds of arrow-fire to whittle down by rolling critical hits for a point or two of damage. It's just really odd. You'd think it ought to be possible for them to create a creature that'd be a challenge to both armed and unarmed parties, by focusing on abilities other than being huge and armoured.
This episode we also get the Big Reveal!