Red Dirt DnD mashes together fantasy with the Wild West. The actual play Fifth Edition Dungeons and Dragons podcast takes place in the fictional country of Rutoya as four adventurers map the Ka’alban Frontier for the Dwarven train barons. Elves and Orcs collide with saloons and sheriffs in this show featuring local Oklahoma actors and D&D veterans.
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In Episode 80, our adventurers have made it to the Lake of Tears, and the first night on the waters they face off against a giant octopus that seems highly intelligent. They are hoping to find the Frost Giant, Straum, one of the original key guardian... more
In episode 79, our heroes have left the Ghost Elves behind in Dark Canyon and now arrive on their newly obtained Folding Boat to the Lake of Tears. Here they are searching for a mine once used by the Empire of the Eternal Flame to get flight crystals... more
Because of winter weather in Oklahoma, we were forced to record the Round Table from our homes over Zoom, but we still have the juicy content you crave on Episodes 75 through 78 of Red Dirt DnD. However, you are only getting the first 15 minutes of o... more
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Red Dirt DnD launched 2 years ago and published 96 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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