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Wizard on the Wynd

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A world-building project using stories, fictional histories, cartography and live-play radio drama.

Customer Reviews


This actual play is fantastic. The players have fun together and the GM knows his stuff. An awesomely built word and fully realized characters.

Theatrical and in-depth

I have listened since the beginning and I can promise you that this among the BEST D&D games out there. Great audio with everyone dedicated to playing their character and not joking around. All the unnecessary bits are edited out so everything you get is all story. The DM has gone so far into his world building that he has built a multi moon calendar to know exactly where each moon is depending on the time and location of the players. Now that’s dedication. I have greatly improved my own games by listening and improving my DM narrations. I can’t wait for the next season! Please promote and share this team’s excellent production.

I finally listened!

I delayed delving into Wizard on the Wynd (WOTW), as younger charecters are often not of interest to me. But through a confluence of factors, I finally decided to sit through 5 episodes & really get a feel it.

I'm very glad I did. WOTW takes elements of other actual play podcasts I love, but also shines in its own unique fashion. The attention to prodctuion and the world it inhabits brings to mind Godsfall. The willingness of the players to be vulnerable (and young) brings to mind Sneak Attack. The camraderie & tone of the show? WanderQuest.

But WOTW really shines in that the DM has a passion for the world he is greating, and a keen eye for the componets that make it. The history, the culture, the religion, the flora/fauna, geography, etc. None of this is forsaken. But unlike other podcasts, this does not lead to a million different stories being simetanously told. There is a tight control on the story being told, though the players are not railroaded to achieve it. This melding of the macro and micro give WOTW a unique place in the actual play world, and is well worth your listen. Give it until at least episode 4 before making a decision. I think you'll be glad you did.

The only thing it isi missing are turtles. Or toirtoises. Or terrapins. But I have full confidence the DM will fix this oversight ;).

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  • Category: Hobbies
  • Language: English

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