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Dungeon Delve – An Official Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

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Description

Dungeon Delve from Dungeons & Dragons features live play D&D adventures in convenient audio form. Chris Perkins, Dungeon Master and principal story designer for Dungeons & Dragons, hosts newly remastered episodes of his adventures with Acquisitions, Inc. as well as other live play sessions with members of the D&D team.

Customer Reviews

Glad this got its own feed

Since the official podcast (now Dragon Talk) has its own format and all, glad to see the WotC actual play sessions are getting their own feed.

I can only hope this means we get more actual play audio than just the twice/year PAX events.

Good

Good

WOTC marketing hype that, sadly, doesn’t fulfill..

So I listened to the Podcasts of Waterdeep and was drawn in by the great storyline. Now, it is no secret that Wizards of the Coast uses podcasts as a promotional engine for its wares. I’m fine with that. But when a podcast intimates that the running storyline is from a WOTC publication well, that’s what I expect.

So I rushed out and bought a copy of Waterdeep: Dragon Heist and even had it overnighted so I could have some time to get it ready for my players.. sadly, this storyline is not even in there. There is nothing about a stealing a box from a ship, starting the adventure out, nor are there even very many parallels between this series of podcasts and the book itself.

Will I still use it? Sure.. as confusing as it is written (WOTC has never been just straight with info), but the beginning quests and such fall very much flat compared to the podcasts.

So I give this podcast a one star due to misinformation to just promote a WOTC book that even tells you in the very first few pages you need THREE other of their books to use this one effectively.

You all need to go look at the origins TSR books and get your own inspiration from then on how to write a reference book. Shame on you, Wizards! And shame on this podcast for the bait-and-switch promotion of their book!