Adventurers, alight! Veteran gamemaster Brennan Lee Mulligan dives deep into role-playing games, with tips for everyone from first-time players to other pros.
Making Dinner For Friends (with Eric Silver)
Join the Party's Eric Silver joins Brennan to talk dinner / DMing parallels and more.
Give People More Room (with Diana Gaeta)
Diana Gaeta joins Brennan to talk writing, TTRPGs, and more!
Conflict Resolution (with LaTia Jacquise)
LaTia joins Brennan to talk DMing vs. being a player character, Rivals of Waterdeep, and more.
Represent (with Daniel Kwan)
Daniel Kwan joins Brennan to talk representation, using TTRPGs to educate, and more.
What Does 'Ready' Mean? (with Zac Oyama)
The Rotating Heroes' Podcast's Zac Oyama stops by to talk DMing, being ready, and more.
Artwork is 360 Degrees (with Carlos Luna)
Carlos Luna joins Brennan to talk improv, D&D, and more.
This Podcast is a Critical Success
Brennan and Friends are tremendous story tellers and GM’s, this show is a fantastic and fun resource for anyone interested in D
It’s a great DnD podcast. Not a political one.
I can’t take the political leftism blended into the podcast. It really is full of great DnD advice, but 1. the very idea of forced diversity of race is reprehensible because it therefore judges people based on their race 2. it interferes with the meritocratic system for everything (including WOTC and the DnD books) that gets the best ideas by artificially boosting and lowering people and focusing productivity on diversity instead of DnD’s explicit job (to be “the world’s greatest fantasy role playing game”) and 3. in especially the Eric Silver episode Eric states over and over again (with Brennan affirming) that institutions should not reuse or tweak the ideas of minorities (appropriation) and should not use the ideas of majorities at all (cultural enforcement) which denies the basic fact of human brains THAT WE RECYCLE IDEAS. IF WE CAN’T USE ANY IDEAS, THEN WE CAN’T MAKE NEW ONES. Ergo, stagnation of LITERALLY EVERYTHING. Both the ideas and putting them in the podcast is terrible and wrong.
Brennan is a Monolith
best collection of conversations about the hobby & all that surrounds the “actual play” experience.