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Tabletop Potluck

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Welcome to Tabletop Potluck, 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!

Customer Reviews

Solid Cast

I listened to the Mouseguard Episodes and will likely be catching up on the others next week. I really enjoy the way the cast interacts with each other and while I initially thought the potluck portion was going to be boring (sorry for doubting you!) it really really wasn't and I actually appreciated hearing the cast's take on what they had just done, as it helped contextualize how they played as individuals.
Some improvements I'd recommend: even a rough chop cutting out some of those "we're looking up rules and no one is really goofing" moments would help listeners keep track of the story you're trying to tell. Alternatively or also, the music choices were really solid, so instead of playing it and then going back to room ambiance, take it down two notches, loop it and it'll help the listener keep the scene going through those rule scrambles.
I look forward to hearing what this group does next. :)

they make games interesting!

as far as RPG actual play podcasts go, this one is up there in terms of quality of audio, roleplaying of the players, and interesting picks of systems.

The players play well together and are skilled at making interesting, compelling characters that aren't sterotypes. they put thought into their characters. it is a good podcast to check out if you're curious about a game system and want to hear people playing it. they keep things interesting!

Great mix of AP and Reviews

I always appreciate podcasts that are willing to sink their teeth into a lot of different systems. I know it can be tough, but so far Tabletop Potluck is pulling off the variety with style! And I like the addition of the "potluck" episodes, where the group of friends gathers around some good food to share an in depth review of the game they just played. Great commaraderie, and I look forward to more adventures and reviews from this crew.

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