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Fate and the Fablemaidens

By Fablemaiden Cast

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Fate and the Fablemaidens is an actual-play D&D 5th edition podcast created by four friends who love goofs and games

Customer Reviews

Everything I could want in an AP

Let's review the checklist. Quality audio, quality editing, quality players, quality DM, story, characters, NPCs, voices, equipment choices, dice rolls, combat... Quality across the board! Everything feels very narrative here, including the combat. It doesn't feel like we're bogged down by rules at every bend, even though there's a decent amount of dice rolling.

The DM is top notch, too, because she comes up with some fun puzzles for the players as well as fun scenarios for them to interact with. The players have personality for days, and interjects this personality into the characters on a frequent basis. The characters have some amazing quirks and all of them ooze with personality that it’s easy to be completely entranced by their actions. And because of all this, the DM is throwing them into some amazing situations.

In terms of production, the music is fantastic. It really gets me into the podcast right away and leaves me wanting more when we hear it on the way out of an episode. It seems like the DM, playing as Fate, will be creating poetry for each of the story arcs, and I find that it definitely draws me in deeper into the world. And the quality of the editing is astounding! I think the only thing missing are sound effects for various things happening in game, but that’s entirely unnecessary when the characters and the DM describe things so well, that it’s hard not to picture everything going on.

To top this all off, they are all FUNNY! I’ve made this comparison before, but if you combine Roll Like a Girl with The Broadswords, you get something that looks a bit like Fate and the Fablemaidens. It works so well that it’s quickly launched to one of my favorite podcasts out there, and I listen to well over 30 of them on a regular basis. Do yourself a favor and subscribe and listen now. They are too good to pass up, that is for sure!

Strong Start, Promising Even Better Future

What an utterly charming debut! In addition to incredibly professional and compelling production values (that theme song is KILLER) this podcast manages to establish three distinct and engaging characters within the first episode. The DM has a great tone and is clearly setting up an excellent plot line, and I'm excited to see what happens next.

Fun and unique cast of characters

I’ve been listening to a lot of D&D podcasts lately, and I can tell this one is going to be great! The player characters are an interesting mix of races which is really fun, and the dynamic of the DM being Fate within the story is fantastic. The story is only just beginning but I’m already eager to hear more!

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  • Category: Comedy
  • Language: English

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