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Raised on DnD podcast helps enrich your family's gaming experience by bringing you interviews with parents, educators, game designers, and influencers. Join us as we delve into the many ways tabletop role-playing games inspire creativity, develop communication skills, and create lasting bonds among players.

Raised on DnD Nick Cardarelli

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Raised on DnD podcast helps enrich your family's gaming experience by bringing you interviews with parents, educators, game designers, and influencers. Join us as we delve into the many ways tabletop role-playing games inspire creativity, develop communication skills, and create lasting bonds among players.

    S6E12: B2 The Keep on the Borderlands (Season 6 Finale)

    S6E12: B2 The Keep on the Borderlands (Season 6 Finale)

    As a thank you for all your support this season's final episode is an actual play recording of the classic Dungeons and Dragons module B2 The Keep on the Borderlands. I'm join by returning guests, David Okum and Brandon Traynor, and first time on the show Steven Cali, Peter Delios, Stephen Pritchard, and Daniel Wilson as they play DnD5e adventurers.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    S6E11: Sojourners Awake - Jonathan Hardin

    S6E11: Sojourners Awake - Jonathan Hardin

    I'm joined by Jonathan Hardin of Sojourners Awake where we talk about gaming with family. We discuss how tabletop role playing games can help you slay the monsters in your own life and equip your children with the abilities to overcome challenges as adults.

    • 34 min
    S6E10: Bard RPG - Scriv the Bard

    S6E10: Bard RPG - Scriv the Bard

    Happy Independence Day! Scriv the Bard is a Cultural Psychologist who uses RPGs and Storytelling to help families and young people. She is the creator of The Heroes of Iyastera, a family-friendly adventure setting. You can follow her for more content on Twitter, Instagram, and Twitch! Visit Scriv the Bard and visit her current Kickstarter for Bard RPG !

    • 33 min
    S6E9: Is Violence Necessary in TTRPGs? - Michael Low

    S6E9: Is Violence Necessary in TTRPGs? - Michael Low

    I'm joined by father, educator, and game designer Michael Low for this Father's Day Weekend special episode. One of the issues many people have with tabletop role playing games is the emphasis on violence or conflict resolution by combat. Michael Low has developed a game that is not reliant on combat to create drama in the story. Check out this amazing interview as we talk about being gaming dads and how he made tabletop role playing games something better for his family and his students.  

    For the young gamers and aspiring writers visit Luck of Legends at www.luckoflegends.com  
    Get a copy of Stories RPG at https://storiesrpg.com/stories-rpg-one-sheet/
    You can also reach Michael Low on Twitter @LuckLegends

    • 43 min
    S6E8: Creating Game Conventions - Alex Kammer

    S6E8: Creating Game Conventions - Alex Kammer

    I'm joined by Alex Kammer, the Director of Gamehole Con, who gives advice on running your own gaming convention, talks about his book ‘Thay: Land of the Red Wizards’ for Forgotten Realms, and shares his journey as a gamer-dad. 

    • 39 min
    Summer of Gaming

    Summer of Gaming

    A quick message about gaming this summer and joining the Raised on DnD podcast community.

    • 2 min

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