The advice podcast to plan your next role-playing adventure. Adam Johns is a professional game master with over 20 years of experience. Allysa Johns has been in theater for 11+ years and knows her way around a good story. Together they are an old married couple who each grew up in the 90's. Join A&A as they help answer your conundrums such as, "Help! 5/6 of my players are werewolves and they don't know it yet. The full moon is in 2 days!" Or, "Which RPG should I chose? D&D? Lasers & Feelings? FATE?" Whatever it is, Adam & Allysa will help you with your Next Session. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nextsessionpodcast/support
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Covid finally hit our family and we are stuck in a different state until we are safe to fly home! So no new episode, however, we got to have an in-depth chat with Baker_Turtle, who we helped last episode, to dive in an work on their next session toge... more
Definitely the best Dungeon Master advise podcast I’ve ever found!
Great advice for any dungeon master old or new. They take real questions from DMs and help figure out what to do on their next session. I've learned a lot!
Love this show ❤️❤️❤️
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The Next Session launched 3 years ago and published 78 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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