- NADDPOD has one of the biggest collections for you to binge with over 180 episodes!
- They release an episode almost every week!
- Murph has taken great efforts to create his own world in later seasons of the show. It is fun to listen to him grow as a DM and develop the story from humble beginnings.
- Arguably the best part of this podcast, these College Humor Dropouts have created strong bonds and buckets of laughter. This is all thanks to the mega-talented cast; Brian Murphy, Emily Axford, Jake Hurwitz, and Caldwell Tanner.
- Though there may be a lack of sfx, Emily Axford writes a lot of the music herself to help bring this podcast to life.
- Through Headgum (Owned by Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld), NADDPOD has been regarded as one of the best D&D podcasts of all time.
- There are only around 40 episodes available for free through their RSS Feed.
- You often have to wait a few months before a new season releases due to the hefty production and then indefinitely for audio-only releases. If you are happy to pay for a Dropout.TV subscription, the wait is well worth it when episodes are released.
- Brennan Lee Mulligan has already cemented himself as a prolific improv storyteller, making player characters' stories come to life in magical ways.
- Hard to beat this quirky band of misfits. You will not stop laughing (or crying).
- On the video side, this is the highest production value one could ask for and it bleeds well into the audio-only versions.
- Keep in mind, this is from a podcast perspective. Many would argue the video version is a masterpiece.
- Girls Who Don't DnD are only on episode 29, so it isn’t extremely bingeable (YET).
- They release an episode once every month, so you'll have to be patient, but stay consistent to their schedule
- Cory has skillfully woven a whimsical tale of madness and delight, guided by the endearing journey of this delightful ensemble of first-time lady D&D adventurers.
- With a pinch of comedy and a dash of drama, these three girls embrace their new challenge of tabletop gaming and let their own personalities breathe through their characters.
- The reason it takes so long for each episode to release is because Cory puts an immense amount of time and effort into the editing of each episode.
- With a wide array of fan voice-overs, original characters, and crazy plot twists, this is a must for D&D fanatics of any level.
Why it is a must-listen: This podcast is a vibrant celebration of diversity and inclusivity in the world of Dungeons and Dragons. "Girls Who Don't D&D" challenges the status quo by showcasing that D&D isn't just for a niche audience. The podcast is known for its engaging storytelling, dynamic characters, and the way it embraces the perspectives of women in a genre where they've been historically underrepresented. The hosts bring a fresh, comedic, and insightful approach to their campaigns, making it a beacon for new players and seasoned veterans looking for something different.
- There are only about 60 episodes, but each one will send shivers down your spine.
- They release an episode once every month, so you'll have to be patient.
- Travis Vengroff twists macabre tales of shadow and death utilizing a unique format, bouncing back and forth between characters and post-recorded narration.
- Various cultures and languages bleed through the heroes and villains whose lives and fates are shaped by fragile threads.
- Music, sound effects, and narration blend together well in a cocktail of terror and tension.
- This can be a difficult one to get into for non horror fans, but well worth it for those who brave the journey.
Why it is a must-listen: "Dark Dice" creates an atmospheric and immersive listening experience, with a focus on horror and suspense within the D&D genre. The production value is top-notch, with soundscapes that elevate the tension and drama of the narrative. The story and characters are where "Dark Dice" truly shines, offering complex and intriguing plots alongside deep, multifaceted characters. While the episode catalog is more limited and the release schedule less frequent, the quality of each episode makes it a standout. Give it up for the cast; Travis Vengroff, Hem Cleveland, Eyþór Viðarsson, Peter Joseph Lewis, David Ault, Kaitlin Statz, and Kessir Riliniki. Other shows include talented actors such as Jeff Goldblum, Lily Pichu, andEric Nelsen.
- There are already almost 100 episodes available to binge.
- DND404 releases almost every Tuesday, making it easy to add to your schedule.
- Tony weaves an eccentric tale of slap-stick style comedy and heavy metal carnage that feeds off of the players’ first-ever-characters.
- The entire cast is new to D&D, so you will enjoy listening to them grow in their characters and voices.
- Tony and Dan take great attention to detail when mixing together sound effects, music, and vocals to create the most immersive listening experience possible.
- One of the fastest growing podcasts right now, you’ll definitely want to check it out!
As we wrap up this epic quest through the best D&D podcasts of 2024, we hope you're inspired to don your headphones and embark on these auditory adventures.