The Last Refuge is the story of three aasimar and a tiefling sent to a strange new world on a divine mission. Trouble is, when they arrived, none of them could remember what that mission was. Join Briathos, Byzdera, Flik, Kit, and DM Jazzy Hands as they play matchmaker with kobolds, assassinate yuan-ti political figures, and completely (if accidentally) disrupt the delicate equilibrium of the world they've found themselves in. Happy gaming, y'all!
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The party, having accomplished what they set out to on the Northern Island, have bought themselves some time to rest, prepare, plan, and gather allies ahead of their confrontation with the Beast. What will our adventurers' plans be? Who will they go ... more
The party deals with the aftermath of their battle with Semyaza. Though their main To-Do list has been completed, there are plenty of loose ends left to tie up before they leave the Northern Island. What's on our adventurers' minds now that the fight... more
The party fight for their lives against the white dragon, who has just gone into a nose dive in an attempt to save Semyaza from the falling arcanium. Once again, can't say much more in the episode notes without spoilers, so... Will the dragon catch S... more
This is a gem that I can’t recommend highly enough for those who enjoy dnd podcasts (particularly like The Adventure Zone and Friends at the Table) but it’s also suitable for folks who enjoy fantasy but know nothing about actual play podcasts. The Last Refuge story unfolds in ways that are unexpected, thoughtful and infused with both suspense and heaps of comedy (including musical theater references). But, what really sets this story apart is how the friendship of everyone at the table shines so... more
I was enjoying the first season, but when I reached the musical backstory, I was 100% on board. So unique and clever! more
I came to TLR after Season 2 of Motherlands wrapped up and I needed more Eugenio content. Needless to say, I was not disappointed. This show combines professional-level collaborative storytelling with the casual feeling of longtime friends gathering with the sole purpose of goofing around and having some fun. Mix in some trope busting and critical thinking on tired racist mechanics like fixed alignment, and you have a stellar example of what TTRPGs are made for. Plus, the editing and score choic... more
I promised myself I wouldn’t leave a review until I caught up, and here we are. I’ve listened to quite a few DnD podcasts and the amazing DM Jazzy hands should be as recognized as Matt Mercer and Brenden Lee Mulligan, he’s THAT good. The story he weaves with the help of all the amazing players (and guests) will leave you laughing and/or crying and/or flabbergasted at any given point. Everyone works so well together and the positive energy they bring will leave you wanting more, and it’s easy to ... more
I’ve been listening to this podcast for the last few months while I’m at work and I’m proud to say I’m all caught up. The DM and cast are such lovely people to listen to and I get excited every time I see a new episode is available. Also p.s Sassy Kit is best Kit lol!
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The Last Refuge launched 5 years ago and published 230 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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