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Plot Points

By Ben Riggs

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Plot Points is a monthly podcast which discusses table-top role-playing games and their supplements as literature. Our quirky panel discusses games old and new, spotlights innovations in the hobby, and links to literature.

Customer Reviews

Fresh Perspective on Gaming

The hosts breakdown of printed adventures not only as literary works but as vessels for creating your own story is fresh, interesting, and entertaining to listen too. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone who tries to look deeper into their hobby. In particular, fans of Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff, Actual People/Actual Play (sadly faded now) or RPPR will find this podcast to be right down their alley.


While I have always been a very casual RPG player, my husband is pretty hard core. I love that this podcast breaks down the storyline, gives pros and cons to playability and writing style, and gives you a brief overview of what to expect. Hands down my favorite is Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I have sadly not played, but the podcast has lit a fire in my belly to find the books, and play with my husband. I will admit, I'm horrendously fan-girl for the Star Trek franchise, but every single podcast has got me asking my husband "Do you own this book?"

Our local trusted RPG store has been getting more perusal also, all thanks to Plot Points!

And as an side for production junkies, this is a very enjoyable podcast, no bad audio, delightful music, and even great readings directly from the works themselves.

Filled with spoilers yet totally awesome

I stumbled upon this podcast while looking for something new to listen to. I wasn't sure about the idea of a module review vs. actual play, but I thought I would give it a try. I'm glad I did because it was totally worth it. I've now listened to most of the shows and am awaiting more.

I have to say my favorite part of any show is when Sara loses it and has to dissapear into her giggle corner for a few minutes. Her infectious laugh always makes me smile even if the joke wasn't all that funny to me.

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