Welcome to Tabletop Potluck, an actual play podcast showcasing and discussing the wide world of pen and paper roleplaying games. Whether you're an experienced player or a newbie, you’re welcome to sit at our table and see what we’ve brought to the potluck!
Follow Me Down- On Kickstarter 10/7!
We've all heard the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, but have you ever played it yourself? With Follow Me Down, an upcoming TTRPG arriving on Kickstarter October 7th, you finally can! But first, let's get a taste in this episode of Shared Plates.
Get the game yourself at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/drowningmoonstudios/follow-me-down!
Cast: Charlotte Elena
Music: "Just a Smile" by Keith Anthony Holden
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Kids on Brooms Episode 7: Potluck!
Now that class is over and the presentations are submitted, it's time for the team to grade the system! Join us as we discuss what we liked and disliked about Kids on Brooms.
Kids on Brooms Episode 6: The Dragon's Decision
It’s finally Melinda Cranberry’s birthday, and what remains of the Botany/Illusion class teamups are anxious for their displays. Who will win the coveted dinner with the Headmistress? And who will get burned?
Kids on Brooms Episode 5: The Suspicious Student
Dara and Fortune have their sights set on Den Declension, but Assistant Professor Nico Luna’s hands are a bit busy in the Hospital Wing. How are kids without authority supposed to get a culprit to confess?
Kids on Brooms Episode 4: The Perilous Prankster
Dangerous stunts have occurred all over the Alto Academy, leaving the Botany/Illusions class project a bit low on students. If our team can’t find the culprit soon, there might be no one left to celebrate the Headmistress!
This week's episode is sponsored by Taelmoor. Find the Kickstarter HERE
Excelent way to sample ttrpg's
Everyone’s at least heard of Dungeons and Dragons, but while it might be the most popular and wide reaching table top role playing game, its by no means the end all be all of hobby. Tabletop Potluck is a great way to get a taste of the other games that are out there. There are so many different play experiences you can have with different systems and this podcast shows them off.
The cast are all experiences and pretty diverse, giving a lot of perspective on the systems they showcase. Whether or not you’re looking at playing the systems, the podcast is plenty entertaining in its own right.
A great podcast for everyone
TTPL is a wonderful, well paced romp with a good blend of humor and seriousness. I listen to it whenever I’m struggling and it brings me back. The players have great synergy and deliver everything you could possibly want from a real play table top podcast. I laughed, I cried, it’s better than Cats.
Awesome tabletop podcast
I heard about Tabletop Potluck from a friend and completely forgot about it for a while. I finally started listening to it this week and it is wonderful! The variety of games they’ve played and the potluck episodes have really helped me find ones I plan to play in the future. Plus, the cast does a wonderful job of telling stories together and really getting into role playing the characters (instead of just min/maxing and combat). 10/10 would recommend!