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Crash1211
Sep 18
Rating:   10
Fun

Really fun podcast

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Batchat
May 10
Rating:   10
Best best best best

This is the best and I think that we should all listen to this podcast! My uncle is in it!

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Muskoco
Jan 8
Rating:   10
Fantastic!

One of my favorite podcasts. These guys write great books and are real fun to listen to.

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Jdbfkdowjen
Nov 13 '18
Rating:   10
Really good!

Well worth a listen!

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Hideous Monster
Oct 24 '18
Rating:   6
Magpie-loft?

Five authors playing D&D, using characters from their own work. They're currently playing The Curse of Strahd, and while it is interesting, the players seem very wreckless in their decision-making, with very little reprecussions. I'm up to episode 25, and the DM should have killed one or two of them off by now, for failing to be more careful, or at least caused them some kind of grief for it. I suspect that the fact that these characters are from the players' own books, causes the DM to be too leniant, and hesitant to let the players make fatal errors in judgement. At one point, while the characters are about to ignore numerous warnings to avoid a dangerous area of the game (which they honestly should have been powerful enough to explore by then), the DM pulls a deus ex machina, and literally blocks the characters from entering. That kind of undermines the tension of the campaign setting. Also, the DM replaced ravens and crows with magpies from his own work. Sorry, but it's very difficult for me to enjoy gothic horror that has magpies where ravens should be. Regardless of their biological similarities. It makes me cringe every time I hear the word "mapgpie" stated on the podcast.

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KingKyber
Apr 13 '18
Rating:   10
Thank you reddit

Saw this on reddit, now I’m so hooked can’t wait for more!

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Seederbird
Apr 13 '18
Rating:   10
First to review!

Can’t wait to hear more!

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ImaFrakkinNinja
Apr 13 '18
Rating:   8
Pretty good, give it a try

It’s a little slow to start as it usually is with a new campaign but they are very entertaining and can carry the campaign without a lot of DM intervention which is good. My only criticism is the episode length is very short for a podcast in general especially one that’s D&D actual play, but the audio levels are a little out of whack. Some people come through loud and clear while others will intermittently be very quiet. Sometimes a character will trail off as if speaking to someone face to face and it gets very hard to hear the second half of a sentence BUT! This is not always and shouldn’t keep you from trying it. I am using it via Bluetooth in my car so maybe it’s a hardware issue. I just wrapped up Strahd with my own friends and am very interested to see how this party ends up.

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