Dungeon Master of None

I’m not interested in watching or listening to any of the actual play content that’s out there. And there seems to be a lot of it. If that’s your jam, more power to you. I have played Dungeons & Dragons and other tabletop role-playing games for years and I find what’s presented in these shows to be just a facsimile of what I’ve experienced. And if I’m being honest, I don’t have any interest in watching other people play games.

But I do like my TTRPG content and I’m always down for a good discussion about how to run a game, ways to improve gameplay, or ideas to bring to the table. And with that in mind, I present to you Dungeon Master of None. Rob and Matt, the podcasters in questions are interesting, entertaining, and insightful. I really like the podcast they’ve put together and I hope you might like it too.

I just finished listening to the latest one about D&D’s new Spelljammer release, and while I wouldn’t say it’s their best, it is a good sample of the type of content they’re putting out.

DM of None #232 Spelljammer 5e

Give it a listen and leave me a comment letting me know what you think. I have a couple other podcast I may be recommending in the coming days. And I’m curious if you’re interested in this sort of thing.