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Dungeons & Dragons (4th ed.) actual play for your enjoyment

Customer Reviews


The best DM ever by a mile. Just amazing how he lets them figure everything out on their own. In my opinion a DM that can lead everyone where they should go and make them feel in the end like they got themselves there, that's what how a game should be played and what all DM's should strive for. Thanks for the Podcast, please post more!

You Lost Me

I enjoyed the setting of the adventure for quite some time, but after too many long combats that didn't seem relevant to the story line I just got bored. I know you're recording your home game, but I can't see the battle map and figures, and so if you don't describe the action and paint a picture for me; those combats turn into hours of people reading off numbers that they rolled... not very good radio.

No more for me

I started listening to this podcast with a lot of interest. The production quality was good and the story seemed engaging. My enjoyment didn't last long though. The DM seems very focused on telling his story one way. I can't count the number of times the players in this game have tried interesting things only to be told "no, that's not going to work." Numerous pointless skill checks, interminable fights and empty narratives later I finally realized the only thing I was getting out of this podcast was a confirmation of the kind of game I don't want to play in or run.

The format of the show, with the game-play bracketed by informational segments, is conceptually sound. The DM has some good story ideas but they are overwhelmed by poor execution.

Definitely not for me.


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