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Rude Tales of Magic

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In this improvised narrative role playing podcast, come and join artists, writers, and comedians from Adult Swim, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, Marvel Comics, and more as they fight and fumble their way across the madcap, and exceedingly rude, fantasy wasteland of Cordelia. Branson Reese and his jester's retinue, Christopher Hastings, Carly Monardo, Tim Platt, Joe Lepore, and Ali Fisher star as a group of unlikely survivors (a talking crow, a lich in a wig, a bubbly fawn, a Sasquatch punk, and a tiefling hunk, specifically) who must solve the mystery of Polaris University's vanishment and return balance and higher education to their world. It's going to be very hard and very, very, rude.


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Latest Episodes

The gang arrives back on campus for the new semester and-what?? Polaris University is gone? It's now a "Forbidden Zone"?? Boy I have got to start paying more attention! more

5 days ago

Our heroes try to soldier on following the events of last episode, but as they approach the Forbidden Zone, the dangers only increase. more

19 days ago

While we're sure you're desperate to hear the next chapter of our gripping tale, the back half of August is a time to slow down, relax, and enjoy those last days of summer. So the Bad Boys of Podcasting (Chris, Tim, and Joe) sit down to draft the ULT... more

a month ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 1.4k ratings
  • If I could only listen to one podcast forever

    If I could only listen to one podcast forever I’m sure I’d get tired of it and start to despise it BUT if I had to choose just one, it would be this one. It’s the perfect mix of nerdy, funny, horrifying and touching. I heart you, Rude Tales of Magic.

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    Germanya month ago
  • Uhhhhhhh

    The DM need to work to be quiet before speaking, the uhh uhh uhh is annoying as F.

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    Swedena month ago
  • listen or I rip your face off

    dude this is one of the best dnd podcasts I’ve ever heard more

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    United States2 months ago
  • Yes, I love this show!

    I found this show about 2 months ago, but for some reason, I waited until I got to episode 59 to write a review. This show is awesome, as we see the characters develop from trying to fight everyone, to trying to be a bit more smart in using their discussions with foes. Stif fry never really did grow out of it, but that’s just his character I guess, no matter how bad I want him to play a bit smarter. more

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    United States2 months ago
  • I was brought here by Oh These, Those Stars of Space! which features the same cast and crew. Together, these two shows now dominate my intake of comedy, full-stop. These folks improvise so well together that it feels scripted. The talent pool is diverse, each person is notable for their own specialties and pursuits. Combined, they produce some magical pieces of storytelling. Very adult and full of heart.

    Will Golihew
    2 months ago

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