115 episodes

A collaborative storytelling and roleplaying podcast where friends create a story together, chapter by chapter, that everyone from seasoned players to true beginners can enjoy. Where else can you get adventure, intrigue, magic, drama, and lots of high fives all in one place? Right here.

After each episode we sit down for the Afterparty, where we break down our game and answer your questions about how to play at home. It’s a party, and you’re invited!

Join the Party Multitude

    • Arts
    • 4.9, 548 Ratings

A collaborative storytelling and roleplaying podcast where friends create a story together, chapter by chapter, that everyone from seasoned players to true beginners can enjoy. Where else can you get adventure, intrigue, magic, drama, and lots of high fives all in one place? Right here.

After each episode we sit down for the Afterparty, where we break down our game and answer your questions about how to play at home. It’s a party, and you’re invited!

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
548 Ratings

548 Ratings

Happycamper1030 ,

So Glad I Found This Pod

I’m super new to D&D and want to be a better player—just started listening to Join The Party, and I’m so glad I’ve found it! It’s fun, it’s good storytelling, and it’s inspiring to me as a newbie player (especially helpful are the After Parties)I can’t wait to see where it goes.

Birditzman ,

Hilarious but sometimes annoying

Let me get this out there: this podcast is very good, watch it. But now onto the criticism thing. This podcast is sometimes ridiculously, overwhelmingly, PAINFULLY sjw pandering.(its often fine and really makes it better, but, sometimes it gets to be too much.) Examples: so far literally ALL women in this universe are lesbians (how is this planet still functioning? No one would be reproducing.) in fact, the only straight people so far were (debatably) Johnny, (maybe) Tracey, and maybe some of the tailgaters. Also, every few episodes, there’s some comment from Amanda about how white men are bad, how straight people are bad, etc. ect. So my main comment is: Amanda, chill out. You don’t need to romance every woman you find, you don’t need to insert your political views every fifteen minutes, and you need to just let something be not be about you all the time. You’re funny, let that just be without trying to combine it with your opinions a ton.

polarbaaa ,

Pretty good!

I really love this podcast, and I’m not sure whether this is a weird bug, or it’s happening on all podcasts, but my apple podcast app doesn’t download all the episodes, and I’m kinda sad, because I love join the party!

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