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The Pocket Mimic

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Join the hosts each show as they bring you through creating a world for Dungeons and Dragons 5e. Each show will be the hosts breaking it down, talking about world building, along with rules discussions, analyst on how to play, news, tips and tricks. This show is for Dungeon Masters and Players who want to get some good solid ideas along with throwing in their thoughts about the how to help form this new world. Feedback is key to the show, the more you email, tweet and contact us, the more control you will have on helping build the worlds we will do! Email us for more information!

Customer Reviews

Fun and engaging

I am enjoying what these guys are setting out to trying to help develop listeners as fifth edition gamers. I'm also looking forward to seeing what topics they come up with and getting listeners involved.

I can identify

What I like about these guys is that they seem very relatable. I DM for one group now and a lot of what is talked about are issues I run into and ways they overcome them.

For example, gaining inspiration for creativity. Listening to techno or chillstep, I listen to cello and Zoe Keating, haunting music that really takes my mind into places, sometimes very dark, but still promotes creativity.

Keep it up, guys!

Fun and Entertaining!

I am really digging this show after finding it on /r/RPG. Granted I've only heard two shows and listened to an "after dark" show, but I love it! The hosts are funny and never leave a dull gap in the conversation. They have great chemistry together on the show, laughing and having fun with each other. I think two of the hosts who live in Texas are married, which would explain their great banter back and forth! Oh and third host (Sal?) sound familiar? Reminds me of my favorite english teach back in high school. Keep it up folks!

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  • Category: Other Games
  • Language: English

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