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The RPGBOT.Podcast
The RPGBOT.Podcast is a thoughtful and sometimes humorous discussion about tabletop RPGs, seeking to help players get the most out of tabletop games by examining game mechanics and related subjects with a deep, analytic focus. You can find more information at - Analysis, tools, and instructional articles for tabletop RPGs. The RPGBOT.Podcast was developed by and produced in association with The Leisure Illuminati.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 15 ratings
Useful for players and DMs
Super informative podcast that covers some exceptionally useful topics for DnD fans. The hosts run the website, which is an essential resource if you care about the meta of DnD, and each host brings with them their decades’ worth of tabletop knowledge. It also passes the most essential...Read full review »
Dæniel via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/22/21
Hey guys, Long time follower of I love this show with all the experience around the table. The level of detail that you guys go into help me understand the game better. Especially the one shot that showed how a new DM might incorporate these more advanced tactics. The only...Read full review »
HawK TK421 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/20/21
Recent Episodes
In this episode of RPGBOT.News, we sit down with Keith Ammann to discuss his latest book, recently-released MOAR The Monsters Know What They’re Doing. We talk about what’s new in the book, what you can learn from his book, and why everyone should go read both MOAR and his previous books, The...
Published 01/14/22
NOTE TO LISTENERS: Season 2 Episode 2 is a discussion about The Move Towards Inclusion in Tabletop Gaming. We are going to talk about, and around, some sensitive topics on race, gender, and ability. We know we may not be the right folks to lead this discussion--but we think it is an important...
Published 01/13/22
Published 01/13/22
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