101 episodes

An original, actual play D&D (Dungeons & Dragons) fantasy story following a group of 5th edition players discovering their destiny as newly arisen gods

Godsfall | A Dungeons and Dragons Podcast Aram Vartian

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An original, actual play D&D (Dungeons & Dragons) fantasy story following a group of 5th edition players discovering their destiny as newly arisen gods

    You Can't Go Home Again

    You Can't Go Home Again

    The arisen godlings come together in Hoggsfeet to battle demons both physical and emotional.

    • 57 min
    All Hail The Queen

    All Hail The Queen

    The young godlings explore Hoggsfeet as Lord Haldir Loran stumbles across the Gauntlets of Valhena.

    • 46 min
    Court of Phryane

    Court of Phryane

    Queen Phryane acquaints herself with control over the great city of Ani, as ships under her control probe the Kadarian blockade.

    • 47 min
    Jackdaws Head North

    Jackdaws Head North

    The Jackdaws continue to ingratiate themselves to Captain Rugov Sezer and Branneck wrestles for control of the Burden.

    • 36 min
    A Challenge Met

    A Challenge Met

    The crew reunites in Pera's hometown of Hogsfeet and runs into an old friend.

    • 41 min
    Reunion

    Reunion

    The godlings get used to the new God of War as Dorro heads ashore with Queen Sirena and runs into an old friend.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

Pitures22 ,

I love this podcast!

I honesty have just recently started listening to this, but I have seen the worldbook. And honestly, it’s amazing. All the lore, all the maps, and all the amazing different ways you can do it.
10/10, can’t wait to listen more

mattmono ,

Seriously Good Nerdiness

I got hooked on D&D podcasts through Acquisitions Incorporated and Critical Role - and Godsfall has them both beat in so many ways.

Sound design and editing is marvellous. The sound effects can be repetitive but they still add to the story.

World building is excellent. I wouldn’t expect such a fleshed out world outside of a hefty fantasy novel.

The DM doesn’t disregard the rules of D&D but doesn’t let them get in the way of crafting a great story.

My only complaint is that the characters can sometimes seem flat and uninteresting. The players sometimes need to do better at giving their characters personality.

Ballad of the Seven Dice ,

The Best Produced Fantasy Podcast Out There

What to say about this podcast. First off, you have the man who brings this tapestry to life, Aram Vartian. He not only weaves a custom made world filled with rich characters, lore, and environments, but he organically brings together this tense political state in a world that has only just recovered from an immense Gods War. Next you have the cast, comprised of a number of goldings from all parts of this world. They bring together a rich and colorful set of characters and do not shy away in the slightest from roleplaying. They not only have great chemistry at the table but you can also tell they share a deep love for the story and characters and help drag you right in so you feel like you are traveling the world of Khalgun. So what are you waiting for? Get on this and binge your way through a wonderful backlog that will take you on a story of the ages!

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