63 episodes

In a forgotten land, a virtuous man, a rebellious girl, and a giant snarky cat learn what it means to be heroes. Part actual play D&D5e podcast, part immersive, improvised storytelling, Multiclass Theater is a tale of adventure, humor, and self-discovery.

Multiclass Theater Multiclass Theater

    • Fiction
    • 5.0 • 22 Ratings

In a forgotten land, a virtuous man, a rebellious girl, and a giant snarky cat learn what it means to be heroes. Part actual play D&D5e podcast, part immersive, improvised storytelling, Multiclass Theater is a tale of adventure, humor, and self-discovery.

    Chapter 1: Tear and Back Again

    Chapter 1: Tear and Back Again

    • 1 hr 27 min
    Chapter 2: The Heart of the Matter

    Chapter 2: The Heart of the Matter

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Chapter 3: The Council of Jerry

    Chapter 3: The Council of Jerry

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Chapter 4: Finnegan’s Rules

    Chapter 4: Finnegan’s Rules

    • 1 hr 36 min
    Chapter 5: Rule Number Two

    Chapter 5: Rule Number Two

    • 1 hr 30 min
    Chapter 6: The Shrouded Isle

    Chapter 6: The Shrouded Isle

    • 1 hr 42 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

Laszzerith ,

Story as old as time

The party chemistry is flawless. The story line is top notch the growth of characters is fascinating to hear. The mixture of humor and pop culture reframes is what brings this all together. You all do an awesome job and bring a unique flavor to this podcast. Keep it up! Cheers!

TarrenVane ,

Masters of Class(es)

For some time, I'd stepped away from the actual play genre of podcasts, and coming across these folks brought me back. With their witty banter, captivating world, and well-fleshed characters, they will keep you coming back for more again and again. Oh and we can't forget their rollicking theme song that will get stuck in your head, you owe it to yourself to give them a listen.

Caveman2382 ,

Fun and original

MCT has quickly become one of my favorite DND podcasts. The cast and DM have great chemistry, the story is original and interesting, and the voices and PCs are fun. Diana, the DM does a great job with myriad voices and handling the shenanigans the PCs get into.

There are so many dnd podcasts out there, but MCT is just a fun and enjoyable story.

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