A Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition podcast where co-hosts, Will and Brian, explore all things D&D including lore, game mechanics, character creation, and lots of other creative concepts. Join in on conversation about the world's most popular tabletop role playing game in a casual, educational, and humorous conversation in an inclusive setting. Together we'll delve into the endless possibilities and unforeseen challenges of role playing, creating characters, and dungeon mastering. New episodes of The Dungeoncast will air every Monday on YouTube, iTunes or anywhere else podcasts can be found!
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William and Brian are pressing on through one final legendary artifact in this thematic year. This ring houses an incredible cold that will bring ruin to any place it becomes active. Find out what grand abilities a user gains as well as it's great de... more
William and Brian venture into the woods to find a creature as powerful as it is strange. The Gorgon is a huge bull-like creature seemingly made of armor. It holds a terrible fate for those adventurers who are unaware of it's petrifying breath. Find ... more
William and Brian travel through time in the Forgotten Realms to see the Ancient Empire of Netheril rise and fall. Learn about this society's rise to power only dreamed of before a calamitous fall of epic proportions and everything in between this we... more
Lots of good lore, really useful for campaign building. Shout out to Demogorgon!
This podcast has been super helpful in starting to DM! Very informative and easy listening. Both host have a great personality and you can tell the love they have for the game!
Thanks guys for doing this show, I started dnd for the first time in April and listening to y’all then as well, I have binged nearly every episode starting from the very beginning the first time ever, I love getting all the information so I canimmerse myself into the game when I do play, I listen to y’all at night while I crochet. Keep on keeping on and don’t fart in the underdark.
The Dungeoncast is an absolute gem in the realm of tabletop gaming podcasts. With its captivating content, engaging hosts, and deep love for all things RPG, it's a must-listen for both seasoned adventurers and newcomers alike. more
Excellent show! It’s great that they exhaustively cover the lore about all topics across the various versions of D&D and Pathfinder. more
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The Dungeoncast launched 7 years ago and published 376 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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