Welcome to Critical Role, home of a bunch of nerdy-ass voice actors playing tabletop roleplaying games! Enter a world of glorious imagination and improvisation with a group of the finest collaborative storytellers around. Here you’ll find our TTRPG and adjacent shows, including Critical Role, Exandria Unlimited, 4-Sided Dive, and a growing selection of one-shots.
1. Amazing campaign - It’s so much fun to listen to people who love to play D&D as much as I do myself.
If you’re checking this out; be prepared to be sucked into a wonderful adventure after which you will raise the bar for your own D&D adventures. :) Cast, if you’re reading this, we love you very much.
Is it Thursday yet?
Dit is de ThuisPubQuiz-podcast. De pubquiz voor in de kroeg, maar dan thuis! Vijf rondes van tien vragen. Speel ‘m met elkaar of tegen jezelf!
1. Aanrader - Een pubquiz waarbij je de vragen goed kunt verstaan, waarbij je kunt pauzeren wanneer je naar de wc moet of een drankje wilt halen én waarbij je je moeder op mute kan zetten. Wat wil een mens nog meer? Alle gekheid op een stokje: goede vragen, goed tempo, goede geluidskwaliteit. Aanrader!
2. Super leuk thuis vermaak! - Niet alleen omdat we gewonnen hebben, maar heel erg leuk om te doen met vrienden op afstand! Ideaal kroegalternatief in tijden van Corona. De vragen zijn echt goed en niet voor de hand liggend en actueel omdat er elke week een nieuwe komt. Kijk nu al uit naar volgende week!
Voice actor Matthew Mercer leads a group of fellow voice actors on epic Dungeons & Dragons campaigns. These familiar voices bring the audience into the full experience of D&D, allowing imaginations to soar as the characters embark on adventures. This is Critical Role!
1. Great show, great personalities - Of course The Command Zone is one of if not the best EDH podcast/vidcasts out there!
Even more so I love listening to these guys, upbeat and not like a lot of magic reviewers/podcasters out there, negative. They will find a positive spin, but won’t lie about bad cards. They just won’t sigh and moan, which I love them for. Also, they have pleasant voices :)
Keep up the great work everyone over @ the command zone!
2. Great Commander content! - If you are a commander player and find yourself in need for extra commander content you don’t need to look further. The hosts of this podcast are really nice and easy to listen to and the content they provide is always well explained and full of tips, thoughts or strategies. This podcast is great for the beginning player and wil provide new ideas and content for the seasoned player. A must listen for every commander player.
In Puzzelbrunch vrolijken schrijvers Elly Scheele en Daan Windhorst elkaar ieder weekend op met zelfgemaakte puzzels, quizjes en raadsels. Bevat: trivia, woordspelletjes, raadsels, logische puzzels, onlogische puzzels, elk soort quiz die je kan bedenken en gratis koffie.
The best recorded panels and seminars about analog game design and publishing
A D&D podcast from Rooster Teeth! Our brave adventurers have answered the call...to be interns for the super hero group, the Infinights! Little do they know that the Infinights are in danger and our hapless interns may be their only hope for salvation. Can the interns save the Infinights AND master a triple shot vanilla almond latte with extra foam?
With their ever-growing stable of on-air personalities, voiceover talent, and established TTRPG Twitch streamers, the Glass Cannon Network has quickly become one of the most prolific producers of Role-Playing Game Entertainment content in the world. Formerly home to one Starfinder podcast, Androids & Aliens, this rebranded Glass Cannon Network Presents feed is now the landing spot for almost everything the GCN produces outside of their flagship show The Glass Cannon Podcast and their countless h...
1. Absolutely amazing - Been listening to these guys for more than a year now, relistening the Glass Cannon Podcast now and thoroughly enjoying Raiders of the lost continent as well. It seems you can throw this group in any setting and game and they will make it worth listening to because this is once again: great. Keep it up!
2. A couple things are gonna happen... - This is the rd actual play podcast from the people behind the Glass Cannon Network that I follow and it has the potential to become my favourite. The addition of Elli to the crew is a good one and Skid's new accent, inspired by the Belters from the TV show the Expanse is fantastic. As a player of the Dead Suns Adventure Path, it's a great opportunity to listen to Troy's version of the story that I've already played through and I'm very interested to see how the backstories of the players will weave into the narrative. Recommended!
3. In space no one can hear you laugh - Which is nice, because this podcast makes me laugh really loud (even on the subway). I have never played Pathfinder or D&D and am not a fantasy or sci-fi person but I love the storytelling, the adventure and humor. And I find myself really appreciating the rules as a framework for all those things. Definitely give it a listen!
Welcome to Guilders-Ford Radio, a Necromunda podcast broadcasting from the East Gate Docks of Guilders-Ford in Hive Primus (via Guildford Games Club, Surrey, UK). Any comments, questions or corrections? Join the Guilders-Ford Radio community over on social media... Follow the links!
The Oxventurers Guild presents a DnD real play podcast! Join Johnny Chiodini, Jane Douglas, Andy Farrant, Mike Channell, Ellen Rose and Luke Westaway for chit-chat and chaotic good times. The Oxventure Podcast brings you new commentary alongside audio versions of classic Oxventure Dungeons and Dragons sessions recorded for live shows, streams and the original video episodes published on YouTube channels Outside Xbox and Outside Xtra.
Welcome to High Rollers, a live-play Dungeons & Dragons podcast! Join Dungeon Master Mark Hulmes and his players as they explore the world of Aerois on Europe's biggest RPG stream! Episodes go live Mondays and Thursdays! Watch live every Sunday at 5pm UK Time on twitch.tv/highrollersdnd or catch up on missed episodes on youtube.com/highrollersdnd!
1. Love them! - The high rollers are a bunch of wonderful British D&D players that bring joy and fun to the game. The world they created is interesting and the campaign takes you to a Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, high fantasy mashup with the mum of one of the main characters still wondering if her adventuring world saving daughter is eating enough. Warm, welcoming and chaos, with lots of smashing and delights.
Diablo 2 Resurrected, Diablo 4, Diablo 3, and Diablo
Welcome to The Poker Coaching Podcast, hosted by Two-time WPT Champion and Player of the Year, coach, and 14-time best-selling author Jonathan Little. This podcast is a mix of in-depth strategy content and inspirational life advice, including episodes of Weekly Poker Hand, A Little Coffee, and Little Poker Advice. Connect on twitter @JonathanLittle. Get your free trial membership to PokerCoaching.com today!
The Magic Story Podcast is a podcast dedicated to the lore of Magic: The Gathering and its Multiverse. Whether you have been playing Magic for years or just discovered it yesterday, the podcast is intended to be a fun, easy-to-grok entry point to dive deeper into the various characters, settings, and stories that make up Magic: The Gathering.
The Tabletop Games Blog is about all things board, card, dexterity and other modern games. Every week there is a new review and a topic discussion piece, all of which are also released in audio format on the podcast. Additionally, there is the Let me illustrate podcast series where board game artists answer a catalogue of 17 questions about themselves.
A gaming podcast in Persian, published on a weekly basis. In each episode in this podcast, hosts talk about important news of the week, discuss important matters happened recently and argue about games in an exciting manner.
News, discussion, history, and stories from the Diablo gaming franchise.
3d6 DTL is a tabletop roleplaying game actual play series, with a focus on the Old School Revival (OSR) of classic Dungeons & Dragons and its simulacra. We have none of the ego-facing, performative aspects, but all of the easy rapport displayed naturally by a group of old friends. Listen to how D&D is actually played!
Trials and Trebuchets is a Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition actual play podcast updated every Wednesday! Wildcliff, School of the Arcane is an elite magical academy. Join four students turned friends; the rascally Rogue, the bubbly Bard, the sophisticated Sorcerer, and the whimsical Wizard as they undergo the trials and tribulations of school life and perhaps uncover some of the mysteries of their ancient institute.
1. Casual fun - If you're looking for a fun casual D&D podcast then I can highly recommend Trials & Trebuchets. It's very funny, very exciting and has moments that make me tear up just thinking about them. Trials & Trebuchets cannot be summarized in a single word, but if I was forced to I would use the word 'fun'. I don't have much to compare it to, as this is the first D&D podcast I follow, and I only watched a bit of Critical Role. I found the latter to be quite intmidating. The episodes are very long, meaning it's hard to keep up, and the players and DM are all professionals. And I'm sure it's a great story with wonderful characters and amazing voice acting, and I can definitely understand its popularity, but if you prefer something more casual like me than Trials & Trebuchets is there for you to fill that role. In the end D&D is about a bunch of friends coming together to build a story and to have fun, and this podcast encapsulates that really well. The campaign is set on a magic school. If you think this is some Harry Potter roleplay then stop right there, because "magic school" is as far as that comparison goes. What's great about this setting is that instead of an epic quest where they move from town to town they are on campus most of the time. This allows for many great things, like NPCs that return regularly who we get to know really well. There are many things about the school itself that the players get to discover like secret rooms, and most importantly the main plot itself. Don't worry if you think that'll get boring. The characters also go on long excursions and visit friends, so they won't be at school all the time. It definitely takes some episodes for the podcast to get good, but once they arrive in the Plane of Isathil it really starts to take shape, From there on my favorite episodes are all over the place. In other words: The show was good early on and is still very good. Being an audio podcast they can do a lot of editing to improve the show without it being obvious that it was edited. I'm sure there are many long pauses and technical difficulties that are edited out, but considering that possibility to edit, it's surprising what they sometimes leave in. The DM taking their time to check their notes, a player misunderstanding the current situation or forgetting how a spell works. Keeping those moments in adds to the casual vibe of the show. The show consists of four characters diverse characters, each having their own strengths. Winsler, played by Ben, is a mischievous gnome wizard who comes up with the silliest plans to achieve his goals by using his spells in unexpected ways. When Winsler says "I have a plan" you know the next minutes are going to be hilarious, regardless of him succeeding or not. Still, there is some innocence to the character, as he is just a poor boy coming from a farm, who still has lots to learn about the world. He is curious, and if not protected by his friends (or when they fail trying) he might make some bad decisions, but you can't really blame him for it. Integrity, played by Kharla, is a chaotic thiefling rogue who is unpredictable and doesn't understand social cues. She's not very smart, will say whatever comes to her mind, and does things like walking on her hands occasionally. This makes her a joyful character with very funny dialogues. Especially at the start of the show it's often hard to say if Integrity's silly actions are thought out by Kharla, or if Kharla herself is being silly, which is funny to think about. Mira, played by Sarah, is a sweet and dorky half-elf bard with lots of energy in her that often spurts out during funny awkward dialogue. She's a nice and curious girl, and even though she doesn't get the best grades she comes up with brilliant ideas that would never have thought off (thought to be honest that's probably more Sarah than Mira). She talks a lot, and uses that effectivly to reach her goals. Serinepth, played by Sam, is a calm and kind human sorcerer. When she was introduced (some episodes after the start of the show) I wasn't fond of her. You've got these three fun characters and then there's Serinepth who's more serious, and I wasn't sure if she would fit in the group. I was wrong. What Serinepth brings to the show is a more serious tone, allowing for very beautiful and genuine moments. Not to say that the other characters don't have those moments, and Serinepth can also be funny, but these are their strengths. I am confident that I would not like this show as much as I do now if Serinepth wasn't there. And then there is the DM, named Luke, who is amazing at what he does. Now again, I don't have much to compare this show to, so I might be saying things that every DM does, but what I really like about Luke is how he describes things in a very detailed manner. If there is some magic smoke, Luke won't simply state that there is magic smoke. He will describe the shape of the smoke, what it feels like when they touch it and perhaps the smell. Details that might never be brought up again and don't influence the story at all, but that add to the world building and makes it easier to immerse yourself in that place. Don't expect amazing voice acting, but be prepared to laugh when he voices some crazy characters. He prepares everything really well, and if his players manage to surprise him he is able to recover from that very quickly. He is not afraid to let the players do whatever they want, but he won't go easy on them if they make dumb decisions (most of the time). Their characters will pay the price. In the end Luke has only one goal and that is to make the show fun. If things tend to go different from what he intended, but it would make the show more enjoyable, he will embrace that path. So, would I recommend this show? Absolutely.
Campaign is long-form actual play podcast. Our current series Campaign: Skyjacks takes place in an original setting inspired by folktales and classic adventure fiction. Join Liz Anderson, John Patrick Coan, Tyler Davis, Johnny O’Mara, and gamemaster James D’Amato as they tell a tale of daring sky pirates. … Also it’s basically an elaborate re-telling of Weekend at Bernie’s.
1. Bestest time you can have with non-canon Star Wars - These guys are fantastic. Their passion for roleplaying shines through in the great interactions, nice world building in which they effortlessly and humorously interweave canon and non-canon Star Wars and good production values.
One caveat: if you are a munchkin, rules lawyer or number cruncher you may not like what these people do. For everybody else: listen to this podcast!
Five old friends of more than 20 years come together to produce a high quality, bi-weekly podcast about tabletop gaming of all kinds: board games, card games, miniatures, role-playing games and much more. In each episode you can expect board game reviews, gaming industry news and round-table discussions. The Founders, Jamie, Tony, Chris, Steve and Brian, each have varying tastes in gaming to provide a variety of viewpoints. Since 2011, over 100 full length episodes and now more with our new addi...
1. A great quality Podcast - Found this little gem after looking at the dice tower network. The sound quality is great. The quality of reviews and talks great and comprehensive. RPG discussion is even interesting for a non RPG player. Great discussions and a good balance between the segments. Also the different opinions of the games are very helpful in deciding what game to buy.
2. If you like games listen to this - So why listen to this?
First and foremost - it's plain fun.
Second - it's real people with real people banter…. and thanks to multiple people contributing you get multiple angles which actually makes a quite balanced view on different things. If you want a real mechanical explanation of games and what to look for in games - go to either Ludology or how-to-play.
Both are great podcasts…..
If you want G-rated podcast about games… then go over to The Dice Tower - nothing wrong with that.
They have an excellent podcast too. If you are looking for a podcast which talks along the same lines as you do - which doesn't just give opinion, but makes you understand multiple ways of looking why you would / would not like a game, a genre, a style of playing, etc. Then look no further.
As much as I can endorse a number of other podcasts…. this has surpassed them all and has become my favorite. Hands down!
Lords of Limited is a podcast about Magic: the Gathering strategy. It is primarily focused on playing Limited, including both draft and sealed. The podcast is designed to help listeners get an edge in their next draft or sealed event, especially on MTG Arena
1. Great and fun in-depth analysis of Magic the Gathering Limited - The last few weeks I was looking to get better in magic the gathering draft and read about Lords of Limited. I listened to a lot of the recent episodes and I have to say I have not find anything as in-depth and high quality as this show! And it also paid off as I just went wins on a Magic Arena ranked draft Throne of Eldraine and had enough gems to buy the mastery pass ^^ Edit: my name is Frederik Verf if I still can join in the contest thing of this week! I already posted this review months ago haha, but still agree of the high quality and listening ever since!
2. Deeper draft strategy - If you’re looking at getting better at Magic draft, this is the podcast for you. While the hosts have less chemistry than the hosts of Limited Resources (the biggest draft podcast around), they go deeper into the strategy and are often a couple weeks ahead of LR. If LR is drafting , this is the advanced course.
Pinball Magazine Editor, Jonathan Joosten, and Pinball News Editor, Martin Ayub, look back at all the news from the pinball industry over the past month.
We tell you how a board game experience felt - just minutes after we finish playing. Three unique points of view. No non-game nonsense.
Pokémon go podcast with TKMuffin. All the latest news and tips to become a Pokémon go master! The official podcast site here https://pokemongo366820764.wordpress.com/ You can also give feedback on the site as well
The Look Out, Sir! is a fortnightly (sometimes weekly) Warhammer 40k podcast. Join our hosts Dan and Philip as they discuss all things about the hobby they love. A podcast for all Games Workshop/Warhammer 40,000 hobbyists covering an array of topics with a balanced take on the game between competitive, narrative and fun gaming.
Iedere week presenteren Job Römer en Sebastiaan Frowijn 'Spelen Wat de Pot Schaft', een bordspellen-podcast waarin wij een menu samenstellen voor jouw volgende spelletjesavond. Je krijgt een voorgerecht; een spelletje om in te komen, een hoofdgerecht; een spel met wat body en een toetje; iets leuks om de avond mee af te sluiten. En we nodigen gasten uit die hun favoriete bordspel serveren. We eindigen altijd met de bordspel sommelier, die antwoord geeft op al jullie spellen vragen. Geproducee...
I’m an old-school Dungeon Master running his two girls and their mom through dungeon crawls using Labyrinth Lord. It can be funny at times, but the frustration of herding cats is there. In this case, female cats who had never played D&D until I broke out my RPG books. The Delvers is an actual play edited recording of our Labyrinth Lord sessions.
A biweekly role-playing podcast set in the Wrath and Glory RPG. Follow the adventures of the mostly competent explorers, Jay, Andrew, and their servo skull companion, Daniel, as they try to survive the exciting, sometimes funny, but always dangerous universe of Warhammer 40k.
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ravenloftmistfits/subscribe Ravenloft Mist-Fits is a D&D actual-play podcast that primarily plays on Twitch, then releases episodes in the audio-only medium after. Join us live Monday's at 7:30 PM PT on our twitch channel (@TalkingXP). Welcome to Barovia.
Three dissimilar heroes venture into the Domain of Dread, and discover a mansion that promises sanctuary, but instead only offers mystery and peril.
A group of adventurers who just finished their first big quest, the slaying of a dragon, have been given another quest by a mysterious stranger. "Go to Barovia and stop the vampire lord Strahd from breaking free and coming to the material plane." Our adventurers set off on an epic quest filled with undead, vampires and werewolves. Join us every Saturday at 12pm EST on https://twitch.tv/sterlingsilvr82 for the continuation of the story live!
De Spelletjes Vrienden kletsen over bordspellen. Welke spellen vinden ze geweldig en welke spellen vinden ze helemaal niks? Ze delen top 10's, vertellen over hun wishlist en beantwoorden vragen van luisteraars. Tussendoor proberen ze ook zélf een spel te maken. Maar dat blijkt makkelijker gezegd dan gedaan...
1. Super leuke boardgame podcast! - Als je, net als Geert en Marieke, gèk bordspellen bent, moet je deze zeker luisteren. Ze praten niet alleen over spellen zelf maar ook over van alles er om heen. Ik luister graag naar hun enthousiasme over spellen. Alleen… mijn wishlist is wel gegroeid sindsdien…..
Join Narrator Phil Dawson on a journey through the history and lore of Magic The Gathering through the previously released novels put into audiobook form. (This is unofficial fan content and is in no way sponsored or endorsed by Wizards of the Coast) SUPPORT THIS PODCAST THROUGH PATREON: www.patreon.com/mtgbooks?fan_landing=true JOIN THE DISCORD: discord.gg/bNgeaXRshf
An unofficial podcast for fans of Twilight Imperium and other strategy board games. Each episode is a humorous analysis of mechanics and strategies for new and experienced players alike!
A weekly podcast dedicated to improving your play at Magic: The Gathering with an emphasis on Limited play.
Dé Nederlandstalige podcast over het spel Football Manager. Met iedere woensdagochtend een nieuw interessant onderwerp, spraakmakende gasten en handige tips voor jouw Football Manager save. Contact via firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter (@merryguido/@fmanagersunited) of Facebook (Managers United)
A podcast all about going not just Beyond Solitaire, but beyond the board! Join your host, Liz Davidson, for interviews that touch on gaming history, historical games, and the cultural significance of the games we play.
Join the Commander Clash crew as they explore the intracies of Commander, the most popular Magic: the Gathering Commander format.
The C-Squared Podcast is an in depth weekly discussion about the chess world with your hosts, Grandmasters Fabiano Caruana and Cristian Chirila. Bringing the biggest news and chess stars to your doorstep!
Magic Mics is a weekly Magic: The Gathering podcast focusing on the community, current events, and fun topics each and every week. You can catch the show live at twitch.tv/magicmics or subscribe to us here and ensure you never miss an episode!
The world's best board game review show.
1. One of the podcasts I eagerly await every week - I’ve been following SUSD since the days they posted their vids on vimeo and I have to say that it’s awesome to see how much they’ve grown. Their format of reviewing games makes it so much more fun and engaging, in which they try to actually explain how it feels to play the game and often go against the consensus. Together with board game barrage and NPI, SUSD are the best reviewers out there and one of the few sites I constantly hit ‘refresh’ on Monday/Wednesday/Friday.
2. Best board game podcast out there - Because of SUSD I discovered board games. I share the videos on YouTube with my family and it’s thoroughly enriched my life. This podcast is for those who want to get a bit deeper into the discussions around the board games, particularly what makes them great and what flaws they have. The new format of short form, more focused weekly content is really lovely. Instead of talking about lots of different games like a news section they talk about a specific game or specific designers. This is the one board game podcast to listen to!
Welcome to Dragon Talk, the official D&D podcast. Hosts Shelly Mazzanoble and Greg Tito interview guests from the Dungeons & Dragons community on how they got started playing the world’s greatest roleplaying game, what creative endeavors D&D has inspired, and what tips they might have playing characters or weaving stories as the Dungeon Master. Check out Greg and Shelly’s book, Welcome to Dragon Talk, available everywhere now!
1. The best D&D Podcast there is! - It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but I find the D&D Podcast by Wizards of the Coast to be the best there is. Even the older episodes, recorded for a previous version of D&D, are still applicable and fun the hear today.
The topics and guests on the show should cater both players AND Dungeon Masters. I’d also like to mention that they are not trying to sell D&D to you during the podcasts. It’s for players & DM’s of D&D and even Game Masters of other games could find some use for this podcast!
This Game is Broken is a comedy board gaming panel show with Matthew Jude, Dave Luza, Paula Deming and The Brother’s Murph - Nick and Mike Murphy. New episodes every second wednesday.
Podcast over bordspellen en kaartspellen.
Decision Space explores decisions in games across the board game hobby and beyond. By exploring tactics, strategy, and the subjective experiences of decisions in games, we hope to provide insights into the specific games we cover and the games in general.
1. If Ludology and The Long View had a baby - It’s as if Ludology and The Long View had a baby that went to school in a book club. Excellent successor to two great podcasts and well worth a listen, both for the in-depth game discussions and for the ‘what we talk about’ episodes. Also, great and active discord community.
Zero Punctuation is The Escapist's groundbreaking video review series produced by Yahtzee Croshaw. New episodes every Wednesday on escapistmagazine.com
Digital Foundry delivers the most accurate data on game performance and technology on Youtube, and every Monday the team convenes to discuss the latest news in the video game industry.
The Grey Company (TGC) covers The Lord of the Rings living card game in depth. Each episode delves into a particular subject on the popular game, from deck building and meta-game to specific quest strategies and lore.
Every week get an in-depth discussion behind the latest news in Magic the Gathering, focusing on finance, competitive deck building and budget brewing.