300 episodes

Role Playing Public Radio looks at role playing games with humor and insight. Our mission is to make gaming more fun, whether it is celebrating a legendary session or making fun of dysfunctional games. If you have ever slain a gazebo by mistake, looted the body of a sass mouthed NPC, or died screaming in Call of Cthulhu, RPPR is for you!

Role Playing Public Radio Ross Payton

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    • 4.6, 164 Ratings

Role Playing Public Radio looks at role playing games with humor and insight. Our mission is to make gaming more fun, whether it is celebrating a legendary session or making fun of dysfunctional games. If you have ever slain a gazebo by mistake, looted the body of a sass mouthed NPC, or died screaming in Call of Cthulhu, RPPR is for you!

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
164 Ratings

164 Ratings

BrownieMuffin ,

RPPR Something for everyone, and everything great quality

I started listening a few years ago because of some specific content that I was interested in. I have gone on to consume their entire library. There is enough variety to spark interest, and everything is good enough quality that you will find yourself enjoying things you would not have thought to listen to previously. On top of that, they have a good cast that plays well together and is interesting in their own right.

Zac Gross ,

Weird Niche But it Works

RPPR is a weird niche intersection of high concept ideas, horror themes, sci fi, lovecraft, action movies, vaporwave but somehow they pull it together into something impressive.

Jay jay boy 1987 ,

Sjw intro, instant turn off.

Bringing up un proven allegations up about people I’ve never heard of is bad form. Be a professional.

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