29 episodes

Going In Blind - a fortnightly podcast where a group of Vision Impaired players sit down at a table, roll a few dice and together play Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition, with plans to expand into other Tabletop RPGs.

We record our game with music and sound effects, with dramatic recreations of the big moments of the story as it unfolds.

Going In Blind Insipidly Vapid Productions

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    • 5.0, 34 Ratings

Going In Blind - a fortnightly podcast where a group of Vision Impaired players sit down at a table, roll a few dice and together play Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition, with plans to expand into other Tabletop RPGs.

We record our game with music and sound effects, with dramatic recreations of the big moments of the story as it unfolds.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

ferdera1 ,

One of the best d&d podcasts I have listened to.

Like seriously.

Ignoring even that I was once a visual artist who loved gaming who lost his sight. This is jus one of the best gaming podcasts I have heard.

Like seriously, have not had chance to listen to this show without doing other things and have not even managed to catch anything about the visual issues in the podcast, and it is still great to me.

DM Lord Neptune ,

A very important podcast for one of the many subsets of the D&D community!

This podcast is bringing a lot to the table in terms of accessibility in gaming. Not only does it have an actual play with players that are legally blind, but Morgan also covers various topics of accessibility from where to get dice for blind players to other various tips and tricks on how to GM blind players to help work toward their strengths.

The adventure itself is fun, too! It features a duo of characters, fighting the good fight against some goblins and things bigger than goblins. They can be downright ruthless at times, but also charming, which is a great dichotomy! I also love how this is geared towards beginning players. Morgan pauses the action to describe rules and caveats, which helps newer players pick up the game much quicker. Definitely a good listen all around! Also, Morgan is de-lightful!

DM Exitium ,

Need More Episodes

I first heard Morgan Jenkins on the Dungeon Master's Block, and decided that his sense of humor and eloquent manner of speech required further listening. I've quickly binged all the episodes, and still occassionally go back to DM-nastics #89 Patrons Poems to hear Morgan sing Do Drow Come from a Land Down Under? Great use of Syrinscape as well.

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