96 episodes

Follow the travels and tribulations of Task the Kobold Ranger, Greckles the Kenku Rogue, Panic the Tiefling Bard, and Borky the Orc Barbarian, as they traverse the dangerous and mysterious lands of Alivast, and the Capital City that hosts a bungle of characters, magic and villains.

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    • 4.9, 49 Ratings

Follow the travels and tribulations of Task the Kobold Ranger, Greckles the Kenku Rogue, Panic the Tiefling Bard, and Borky the Orc Barbarian, as they traverse the dangerous and mysterious lands of Alivast, and the Capital City that hosts a bungle of characters, magic and villains.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

ZombieJesus1987 ,

Best DND Podcast out there

Been listening for a long time, The Unexpectables is the best DND podcast out there today. Monty has created an awesome world full of fun characters. Only real complaint is that the episode order is completely out of whack on the podcast page

AmazoPotato ,

Can’t get enough

Monty is a great DM and the Campaign is really funny while still being able keeping the immersion and even though it’s really funny it still has a lot of serious moments that make me care about the Players and the NPC’s

MarcuSketch ,

An Unexpected Treasure

The characters, and their respective players, are colorfully distinct and hysterical, offer some rich complexity, and nobody overpowers the moment with shenanigans... although Borky certainly tries. By far, the Dungeon Master is the real star; she breathes life into so many unique and fascinating side-characters, and her planned scenarios are epic in scale. Each new mystery about the world of Alivast is exciting and intriguing, just grounded enough that the more ludicrous elements are still believable.

If I were to have any gripe, it’s the abridging (wink) of the first two arcs. And I say this only because there are some tremendous humour from the earlier adventures that, in my opinion, the first episode of the podcast doesn’t do enough justice. It’s a nitpick at most, and I understand if there were technical constraints.

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