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Dungeon Delve – An Official Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

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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.

Two is better than one

My friends and I love the separation of the D&D podcast into DungeonDelve and DragonTalk. With Dragon+ as well, it just further shows Wotc is listening diligently to its fan base. Both are fantastic. Want to hear epic gameplay? Turn to DungeonDelve. If you'd rather talk D&D with influential people in the D&D universe? Sit down with DragonTalk. Allowing you to quickly get to whatever you're feeling at anytime. 5 Stars, to all three. No need to roll, you're gonna love them all.

It is good.

It is nice to see, that they added a podcast to have all the play here, and all the talk separate. The only drawback is the casts are slightly out of order, and some are missing. That problem can be solved with time.