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Dungeons & Doritos

By The Nerdy Show Network

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Description

Embark on mayhem-filled, morally-questionable quests for wealth, honor, and crunchy corn chips! Dungeons & Doritos is the classic RPG audio drama that brings tabletop gaming to life with cinematic sound effects and score. 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 as they get saucy with gods, haggle with horrors, surf through hell, and scarf down innumerable triangular snacks.

Customer Reviews

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.

My go-to RPG podcast

Dungeons & Doritos takes tabletop gaming and turns it into a full-on radio drama. It's got laughs, emothions, excitment - all that good stuff.

You can also tell that this program is where the Nerdy Show folks cut their teeth on doing tabletop podcasts. If you like this, then you'll love their standalone RPGs like Call of Cthulhu or Paranoia XP.

What will happen next

Been listening to the tales of this rag tag group in doritodonia (probley missed spelled that) for quit some time and to tell the truth it has helped me alot. There are plenty of reviews that praise D&D for it's humor (which it has so much of) story (twist and turns of all kinds) and great characters(all are the best) but for me what makes this podcast the greatest is how much it has helped me through my toubled parts of life. Having depression often days are grey and hard to get through, but with D&D even on those grey days there is a light there is humor and that makes eveything worth it. Keep up the great work. :)