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The play episode was fun, then the old "orcs are black people" propaganda episode ruined it right away. Very thinly veiled virtue signaling throughout.
I love the artistic and cultural approach to villains taken in this podcast. Showing how a monster is conceptualized and designed as well as how that connects to the human condition is intriguing. The first episode is especially great on the human front, showing how the monster and the player identity can blend together as you play, bringing a totally new approach to gaming that I’ve experienced. more
I really enjoy this podcast. It ist the perfect length for in between and super interesting!
This is such a fun 'cast, it breathes life into monsters, that perhaps isnt' something people would have thought of. Having great guests on and their genuine conversation is enjoyable. I am appriciative of the smaller bite-sized episodes, but if in the future longer episodes were to be made, I would listen happily.
I thought that it was great how excited you can tell everyone is to talk about their creations and all the insights that go onto that creation. It’s like this peek into why these guys do what they do and also surprisingly reflective and makes you think about just what’s around and why you may be into ttrpgs. Anyway I loved it. Sounded great
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Making a Monster launched 4 years ago and published 66 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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