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Listen to the D&D live play podcast community going on adventures inspired by Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes.
Last year, to celebrate the release of Tomb of Annihilation, we collaborated with D&D liveplay podcast producers to create episodes using material from the adventure and released them on the Dungeon Delve podcast feed. Victoria Rogers, from the Broadswords, ran with that idea and brought together even MORE podcasts to create one-shot adventures using monsters, stories and lore from Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, coming out in game stores on May 18th and everywhere else on May 29th.
Right now, the Dungeon Masters from more than twenty podcasts are poring over their advance copies of Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes and recording the adventures with their casts of crazy characters. It’s been wonderful seeing the support and cooperation these groups have shown each other, not to mention the creativity shown by their passion for fantasy storytelling. I’m very appreciative that we get to showcase a little bit of that creativity in Podcasts of Foes!
Starting on Monday May 7th and continuing up until the release of Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes in game stores on May 18th, we’ll be releasing two new episodes each day of the work week on the Dungeon Delve podcast feed following the schedule below. On the weekends, you’ll get two livestreams on Twitch with monsters and lore from the book as well. Scroll down to find out more about each podcast or streaming group. Maybe you’ll find one or two new adventures to follow.
Sun, May 13: ITU Trash Crew
Venture Maidens is a real play fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons podcast crafted by four life time gamers. Tune in as our bold heroes: Arrnodel, Kara, and Sawyeh, do battle with the forces of evil, financial destitution, and seek answers about a mysterious organization who seems to have taken a deadly interest in the Maidens.
The Sneak Attack! podcast is a homebrew D&D campaign set in the world of Brannis, and is populated by four heroes who are constantly challenging the mettle of their Dungeon Master. With episodes that release every Friday, this all-ages show will make you laugh, cry, and question how someone who claims to be a Dungeon Master can have such a loose grasp on the rules. Come for the adventure, stay for the Blazin' Hot Noodles.
Dungeon Drunks began as a live convention Dungeons & Dragons game to raise money for charity. Now five friends get together every week, talk about their drinks, and play D&D. Join Jack, Jonathan, John, and Julia as they dive into a 5th edition campaign filled with comedy, drama, laughter, adventure, and drinks created by DM Lauren.
Lawful & Orderly is an episodic, light-hearted police procedural set in the fantastical city of Lan Arcanym. It’s less Law & Order meets The Lord of the Rings and more Brooklyn 99 meets Discworld. The role of DM rotates through the cast of performers, leading to diverse stories and characters. Each show usually begins with a magical vision of a crime and ends in a desperate attempt to string together enough half-remembered clues to catch the perp. New episodes of Lawful & Orderly stream live Mondays on Twitch, with an audio edition released in a twice-a-week podcast.
Roll Like a Girl is an actual D&D 5E all ladies podcast. Five friends are gathered to share a story and adventure to the world as they learn how to play D&D, solve mysteries and of course, pull of some amazing feats to save the world that they know. Based on a homebrew world created by the DM, their adventures get shared with the world every Sunday while they laugh, fight and enjoy each other's company.
Redemption is an actual play podcast played played using the Star Wars RPG game system. The show follows a mismatched crew of individuals who find themselves drawn into the galactic turmoil of the Clone Wars, when all they really want to do Is survive and make a few credits.
Heroes Not Included is a weekly actual play Dungeons & Dragons podcast created by Quinn Sowers centered on storytelling and filled with comedy, drama, and adventure. With a back catalog containing over 50 episodes, there's hours of fun waiting to be discovered. Come join us at the table where everyone is a hero.
Do blood-soaked dungeons and ale-infused hijinks pique your interest? Then roll initiative with d20 Dames, a storytelling podcast powered by Dungeons & Dragons and conjured into existence by witches - er, women. Every other week these daring ladies explore a fantasy world with epic shenanigans like beheading or befriending monsters and punching a whooole lotta creeps. Seriously, go find it now! Misadventure awaits!
The RPG Academy has been teaching GMs and players the how-tos of gaming for six years. The Academy is built on 3 pillars: Educating listeners on how to play RPGs and improve their skills; Inspiring listeners to pick up the mantel of being a GM for the first time; and Entertaining listeners through the entire process. The Academy does all of this across a wide variety of podcasts, ranging from Actual Plays of a multitude of tabletop games to Faculty Meetings that discuss the craft of playing games to Detentions where things get more than a little silly. Most importantly, The RPG Academy is built on a principle of inclusion at the gaming table, as is best demonstrated with its motto: If you’re having fun, you’re doing it right!
Every Tuesday, the members of the ITU Crew get together and play as characters in the worlds they create together, all in front of a live audience. A mountaintop village protecting all they’ve ever known from mysterious and ancient forces; a high school in Japan where four teens are embroiled in a missing persons case way over their heads; A band of adventurers under the banner of the Inquisition must discover what they can about the new solar entity that has appeared in the sky.
Taking Initiative is a Dungeons & Dragons 5e actual-play podcast from The Spark Network. Gameplay is primarily centered around the storytelling and role-playing, but it certainly doesn't shy away from the humor, both in and out of game. The DM and players range from beginners to veterans, giving it a wide spectrum for both the group and its audience. Come for the people, stay for the story. The current campaign takes place in the "Curse of Strahd" module, much to the surprise (and dismay) of the players.
DnD RAW is party of friends who mostly follow rules as written (RAW) for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition with unearthed arcana material. Our mystery-themed actual play podcast, Orinthal, takes place in in our homebrew world of Austea, where the party uncovers the machinations of a powerful and sinister organization. On our second show, Rules As Written, we are joined by some of our favorite podcasters as we debate and discuss rules in our endless quest to push the game to its limits.
Tabletop Potluck is an actual play podcast showcasing and discussing the wide world of pen and paper roleplaying games. Whether you're an experienced player or a newbie, you’re welcome to sit at our table and see what we’ve brought to the potluck! We are Charlotte Elena, Matthew Marquez, Megan Scharlau, Noah Heinrich, Ray Goldberg, and Sally Chan, and by our powers combined, we are Tabletop Potluck!
- Twitter: @TabletopPotluck
You Meet in a Tavern is a 5th Edition D&D Comedy Podcast. Follow best buds Tug, Derf, and Karl as DM Joe leads them away from their safe town of Woodhaven on the adventure of a lifetime. We're four twenty-somethings with dull jobs by day, letting our inner-nerd-kid shine in our first ever D&D campaign together. Come join in the fun!
Dungeons, Dice, & Everything Nice is an all women, all comedian, Dungeons and Dragons (5e) podcast. Listen as a burlesque dancing barbarian, a teen wizard, and a vegetarian butcher shop owner ascend their small town beginnings and take on sinister cults, daring gauntlets, and basic human interaction.
D&D is for Nerds: Join the unlikely trio of tiefling allies: Trisko Flamjam, Sickly Jacob, and Brangles as they journey to the city of Orwa to uncover a sinister secret that threatens to disrupt the balance of good and evil. We discuss the usual drinks in an unusual bar, struggle to climb the side of a building to avoid the town guard, and try our best to assassinate a harmless rabbit who never hurt anybody.
In The Broadswords: Rashemen is a land steeped in superstition, ruled by witches and entrenched in snow. Berserkers reign, and spirits roam the frozen wastes. Yllairies, Keilah and Mépris all have their own reasons for journeying north, but they soon find they have something in common—they are pawns in a divine plot. Join the broads as they unravel the mysteries of Rashemen.
The Dice For Brains Podcast is an actual play show telling serialized stories through the course of a season with a focus on character and story development. The show is produced by an inclusive group that brings new players to the world of tabletop role playing games. Experience organic narratives by following along with new and veteran players as they explore your favorite story worlds, all with the assistance of tabletop rpgs.
The Dice Unkind is an RPG podcast where a bunch of newbies start an RPG. Our first foray is Star Wars, diving into the totalitarian rule of the Empire. Follow Brock, Eurora, Kax, and Luci as they try to survive the galaxy, meeting Hutt crime lords, blood thirsty bounty hunters, as well as countless other dangers, and just keep flying.
- Twitter: @thediceunkind
Return to Greyhawk is a liveplay stream produced by The Greyhawk Channel, airing Sunday nights on Twitch. Battling an evil demigod, a legendary lich, and a league of assassins, our game takes place in Dungeons & Dragons original game world, the one birthed by D&D co-creator Gary Gygax, the World of Greyhawk. Each week we take the characters, settings, and scenarios that made Dungeons & Dragons a worldwide phenomenon back in the 80s, and re-imagine them for players using 5th Edition D&D now in 2018.
- Twitch: twitch.tv/thegreyhawkchannel