Down to Roll is an actual play D&D 5E podcast. We are currently taking a break after our second campaign before jumping into our third. In the meantime please enjoy our Summer Series, Builds Character. Each week Ian will take you through building a new character based on a fictional, historic, or famous person! New episodes out every Monday!
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Another Holiday themed episode this week! This time I chose Yukon Cornelius from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! He's one of my favorite characters from the movie and lent himself the best to become a Beast Master Ranger Mountain Dwarf! more
Kicking off the first of my holiday episodes with The Grinch! I love the book and movie How The Grinch Stole Christmas and had a great time making him a D&D character! more
This week I made Arthur Guinness into a Twilight Cleric! Guinness is my favorite beer and I think the story of Guinness and Arthur is an interesting one. While looking through character options I found the Twilight Cleric and thought that the created... more
Long time listener first time commenter, LOVE the podcast, love the characters (especially Cass), keep doing the work of the gods! Love you all.
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