Warhammer 40,000: The Valentyne Heresy is a Dumb-Dumbs & Dice live-play podcast where professional voice actors and improvisers journey into the grim darkness of the 41st millenium - playing the Genesys adaptation of Warhammer 40K's "Dark Heresy" TTRPG! Join Inquisitor Lucius Valentyne, and hive-bred siblings Lyric and Alto, as this unlikely trio try to save the Emperor from a cabal of mysterious enemies! This series features our Game Master Tom McGee (@mcgeetd), and regular players Ryan LaPlante (@theryanlaplante), Tyler Hewitt (@Tyler_Hewitt) and Laura Elizabeth (@elhamstring)!
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This addendum to my report includes the history of Attikus Vis (Tyler Hewitt, @Tyler_Hewitt)! Journey into his past, and explore the battle where he lost his arm and ultimately found himself. Was this loss glorious or terrible? Did Attikus have frien... more
The Inquisitorial launch party has returned! Eli (Laura Hamstra, @elhamstring) brought alcohol back with him, Attikus’s (Tyler Hewitt, @Tyler_Hewitt) power fist prevented the boarding party from dying in an engine explosion, and Valentyne (Ryan LaPla... more
The Inquisitorial Band have sent a team to explore the Iron Kestrel! Eli (Laura Hamstra, @elhamstring) launched the cable that got the boarding party across and Attikus’s (Tyler Hewitt, @Tyler_Hewitt) power fist made the entryway. Meanwhile Valentyne... more
Strong start, but the story lost me in Season two. Also, we're not here for your politics. We're here to have a listen and have a good time.
Interesting premise and storyline with intriguing characters, but the dice throws take up a lot of time and very often break the momentum, and also it feels like the GM's every second word is either "ummm" or "uhhh", which makes for tough listening at times. I will continue to listen just because the story is so strong (and I like the Valentyne character especially), but I need to listen maybe just a few episodes at a time.
This is definitely one of the best actual play podcasts I've ever listened to. Players and DMs work together perfectly, there isn't too much of the hashing out of rules and mechanics that can often slow down a pacing, and the players do an excellent job fleshing out their characters. If there is a downside to this podcast, it is that it is making me neglect all of my other podcasts - very delicious cliffhangers and story hooks each episode, I have been binging this ever since I started. Excellen... more
This podcast is super fun. Great cast, great story, but what I love best is the PACING. I often bounce off actual-play audio because of issues with the pacing, but here it's superb. Plus the 2nd season GM and his NPCs are a laugh riot. Highly recommend even if you're unfamiliar with the setting.
Straight-up love these guys. I love Garbage Town podcast and all their RPG live play podcasts as well. I am a huge fan of Warhammer 40k as well, so when I saw they were doing a 40k campaign I LOST MY MIND. You guys need to listen to their stuff, it has a lot of humor and it doesn’t take itself too seriously like other live play RPGs.
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Warhammer 40,000: The Valentyne Heresy launched 2 years ago and published 130 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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