Bustin’ makes us feel good! Ghostbusters: Resurrection is an unofficial RPG audio drama about America’s newest Ghostbusting team. It’s been over twenty years since the world was last saved by The Ghostbusters of New York. Ghosts are a rare sight these days and people have once again grown skeptical. But now, ghost sightings are on the rise in Central Florida. In a desperate attempt to keep Orlando's image as “the vacation capital of the world” unbesmirched; the mayor cuts a deal to start a new ghostbusting franchise. Ghostbusters: Resurrection is an actual-play podcast using the classic, 1980s Ghostbusters roleplaying game to tell cinematic, spectre-smashing adventures.
Embark on mayhem-filled, morally-questionable quests for wealth, honor, and crunchy corn chips! Dungeons & Doritos is the classic RPG audio drama that brings tabletop gaming to life with cinematic sound effects and score. Join Jamela the dragonborn, Chair the dwarf that used to be furniture, Vimak the goliath, Jen’Ifer the tiefling, Barty the roguish performer, and Lefty the pirate queen as they get saucy with gods, haggle with horrors, surf through hell, and scarf down innumerable triangular snacks.
The Nerdy Show Network is home to the finest audio dramas on the net and Nerdy Show Theatre is the source for all our limited series and specials. Here you'll find comedy specials like the giant monster sitcom, How I Met Your Mothra, cinematic tabletop RPG audio dramas, and surreal excursions into the multiverse.
What dark deeds unfold on the streets of Arkham? And which unwitting souls - innocent or impure - will succumb to the maddening call... OF CTHULHU? This RPG Audio Drama is live tabletop roleplaying turned into a cinematic 1930s radio serial wrought with unknowable horror and black comedy!
Join our crew of mismatched, inexperienced Poké-trainers as we quest through the Kanto region and beyond – 37 years after the original Pokémon series! Follow super-determined trainer, Darin, the always hungry ex-Ranger, Jumanji, Gary Oak enthusiast, Martin, 30-something delinquent, Jamesy, and Tark – the boy raised by Totodiles as they scramble to make their own destinies and prove that they have… Pokéballs of Steelix!
The podcast follows four adventurers who stumble their way into trouble and hopefully glory. Each episode is edited down to just the story so it sounds more like a radio play than a bunch of table talk about stats and dice rolls, but the ludicrous unpredictable results of unexpected dice-rolls remains. In other words, we are a Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition actual-play podcast with Toronto improvisers and a lot of editing.
Join us every other Wednesday as we make our way through multiple Tabletop RPGs to tell the story of four charismatic heroes seeking to repair the multiverse. It's a journey of epic proportions that will keep you laughing as you piece together the mystery of the world, the characters, and most importantly, that extra-dimensional Coffee Shop known as Cafe Nowhere.
An actual play D&D podcast, The Lucky Die is a story told by four friends, set in an apocalyptic fantasy world. In Diskora, Demons and Celestials have started stalking the lands, tensions between the factions leave death in their wake and blood red clouds boil across the sky. You would be forgiven for thinking that the end was nigh, question is - do you want to face the end alone? I guess we're about to find out.
Tails from The Dark Dragons Inn is a long-form, serialised, high-fantasy, improv fiction podcast driven at its core by tabletop role-play. Released weekly every Sunday at 10:30AM BST. Hosted and Game Mastered by Ray Stevens, accompanied by his players, Tom (Erbak), Liz (Tobe), Vinny (Mhurren) and Nina (Myx), with occasional guest appearances, he invites you into a world both familiar and strange, these adventures take place in a home-brew alternate version of the Forgotten Realms. The core cast of Tails from The Dark Dragons Inn features a diverse group of players who've come together from across the country to tell the shared tale of “The Scales of Justice”, a band of heroes (though some would call them mercenaries). Our story is told through improv and tabletop role-play, however, for the purposes of the show, much of the mechanical aspects of this are removed, cutting the fuss and leaving the story and character interactions behind. What starts as a simple 'muscle for hire' job, brings the party together to aid a city under siege and the civilians within. A cult, known only as the Cult of the Dragon, seek to unleash Chaos in the world and as our heroes learn of their plans, the race is on to put a stop to their ambition. In classic high-fantasy fashion, the overarching problem of the plot is seemingly almost insurmountable in scale and by extension, each character is dealing with their own personal goals and issues which we develop throughout the show. You can find out more about the characters, the world and what's going on through our website https://tailsfromthedarkdragonsinn.co.uk. If you have any questions, feedback or suggestions for the show; please feel free to contact us on twitter @DarkDragonsInn