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Jordan Fugitt & Henry Rogland
Dial M for Magic
Welcome to Dial M for Magic, a darkly comedic noir-inspired Dungeons and Dragons podcast set in a world where magic is outlawed and swanky magical speakeasies abound. We meet our characters: a troubled poet, a budding journalist, a hyper hick, and a giant handyman, as they all go about their lives in the city of New Bastilon. Danger lies around every corner, but just maybe, so does the truth.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 13 ratings
Hitting all the right notes
The nostalgia of noir, intrigue of a good mystery, and, honestly, just really enjoyable folks! A fabulous production and I’m looking forward to what’s coming next!
Krispymusical via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/15/21
Compelling Intrigue
Intriguing and compelling! This is my most anticipated of bi-weekly notices!
Cobwell via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/26/21
Wonderful!
I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know the characters and setting in the first episode and I'm very excited to see where the story goes!Read full review »
Sophia BV via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/13/21
Recent Episodes
The gang finds themselves smack dab in the middle of The Abbey! They have made some startling discoveries and scavenged some loot. Will they be able to make it out and away to safety? Tune in to find out! Credits: Herman Cranberry-Nathan Pearce https://twitter.com/Rez_Dev_Nate...
Published 11/25/21
Much like the band A Day To Remember we’re "Right Back at it Again". On our last episode the gang infiltrated the sinister Abbey. The very institution that killed their neighbor, Mable, and gravely wounded her husband Ernest. Will they escape with their lives, and the antidote? What secrets are...
Published 11/11/21
Published 11/11/21
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