Total Party Kill is a podcast in which a bunch of friends play Dungeons and Dragons (and sometimes other games) on the Internet for your amusement.
Rosethorn, Part 2
Are two monks better than one? With Li and Diendo trying to figure out what a mysterious elf has to do with the recent spate of wagon heists in Whitesparrow, we may find out! Joined by Quewaris, O’Lee, L’nel, and Thamia, our adventurers split up to search for clues, visit a few familiar merchants (but don’t seem to meet any maniacs), and perform a switcheroo on a suspect’s packing cubes....
Rosethorn, Part 1
What happens when a few adventurers get in the way of a heist? Find out in “Rosethorn!” Adventurers Quewaris, O’Lee, Li, Thamia, L’nel and Diendo discover that bear traps can be as dangerous as any dragon, if your level is low enough!...
The Well of the Black Sun, Part 3
Getting back into the light is good, but our party—Samson Jothem, Thamia, Li, K’ulkat, and Quewaris—hasn’t gotten to the bottom of the problems in the local mine. Who is turning miners into monsters? The mine is opening in one day. There’s not a lot of time to solve the mystery!...
The Well of the Black Sun, Part 2
Two bards, an artificer, a monk, and a fighter are lowered into a mine in a basket. They meet a monster and then hide behind a basket! Will they survive, flee to the surface, or get melted into skeletons?...
The Well of the Black Sun, Part 1
Samson Jothem, Thamia, Li, K’ulkat, and Quewaris—wait, who let two bards into this adventure?—venture outside of Whitesparrow to a mining town that’s being vexed by strange attacks, both on the surface and down in the mine. There’s a big reward awaiting them if they can get to the bottom of it!...
The Dwarven Vault, Part 2
K’ronng, K’ulkat, Ch’omasa, Samson Jothem, and Diendo Fatrabbit have pursued the wild animal attacks back to their source—an ill-fated expedition into an ancient Dwarven treasure trove! There’s gold to be won, but can the adventurers—some of them horribly poisoned—find a way to stop the source of the strange animal attacks happening in the countryside?...
One of the Best!
I love this D&D podcast. A great mix of players and the story is always fun. Scott is a great DM! Worth listening to again and again. More please!
One of my favourites...but...
TPK is a great show, with a varied but interesting group of players and shows. The current (UK) season has been a bit of a low point for me (a bit disappointing as I’m in the UK), with a huge amount of meta gaming and mid-combat discussions that detract from the action (I get new players need guidance etc, but this is more tactical discussion for several minutes in what is in actuality one persons 6-second turn).
That doesn’t detract overall from the podcast as a whole, but especially since the current season is finishing up, and I’m looking forward to the next season with some of the regulars back again.
Love this podcast!
Always hilarious, these guys make you feel like you're playing along with them. Great adventures even if you don't know D&D.
If you like this I'd also recommend the D&D is for nerds podcast.