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Dungeons & Doritos

By Nerdy Show Network

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Description

Behold! An RPG audio drama! Live tabletop roleplaying with cinematic sound effects and score. If ye be seeking hilarious and perilous improvised adventures – look no further! Join Jamela the dragonborn, Chair the dwarf that used to be furniture, Vimak the goliath, Jen’Ifer the tiefling, Barty the roguish performer, and Lefty the pirate queen on mayhem-filled, morally-questionable quests for wealth, honor, and crunchy corn chips.

Customer Reviews

Really bad at...everything

I downloaded several episodes of this and attempted to listen to them. The players talk over each other constantly. One guy bursts out in an ear-piercing cackle at every unfunny joke. Pointless musical interludes. If you like podcasts of D&D campaigns, there are better ones than this out there, although that's setting the bar really low.

Started with "Book II"

I had heard that "Book I" was a little unpolished, so I skipped it and started with Book II. I'm glad I did! The music and sound effects add so much more compared to other actual plays that I've listened to. It's also nice that the players aren't afraid to put their characters in embarassing or painful situations for the sake of a good joke or story.

Quality over Quantity

A long running series that really came into its own midway through the second season. What started out as jokey special on The Nerdy Show has become one of the network's most popular and best crafted series. With a great cast and its own original soundtrack and foley work, it feels more like a radio drama than just a group of guys playing games in a recording room, in the best way possible.

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