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Botched: A D&D Podcast
A group of friends get together to play a game of Dungeons and Dragons, armed with loose morals and a questionable understanding of the rules. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/botchedpodcast/support
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4.9 stars from 346 ratings
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Allybug21 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/18/21
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Steves’s Grandma via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/13/21
I discovered botched after some friends wanted to try D&D so I figured what could be better than the drunk version of it. Through all the excessive vomiting and bullying of Phil you get to see people play as murder hobos and do fun accents, Dennis works great as a dm and makes interesting...Read full review »
lickwiner via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/13/21
Recent Episodes
Welcome to Botched: A D&D Podcast! Finally, a connecting thread between our stories. A train! However, everyone seems to be at different distances from this train. Louise, Feaster, and Mr. Patrick are looking to pick up some booze before their very long drive. However, they may instead be...
Published 10/11/21
Welcome to Botched: A D&D Podcast! The timelines have almost lined up! Unfortunately Sal and the gang are in quite the crappy situation...so they steal ANOTHER car. Boofington is just as disgusting as you could imagine, however it is not as safe as you would hope. Attacked by a group of...
Published 10/04/21
Welcome to Botched: A D&D Podcast! The three groups have changed drastically as lives have been lost and allies made. Sal and the gang decide to rob a Denny’s for their sweet sweet horse cream, only to find the employees are not quite as helpless as they assume. Louise and Feaster make a...
Published 09/27/21
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