50 episodes

This is an actual play podcast of the tabletop roleplaying game Dungeon World.

We Hunt the Keepers! Fraser Simons and Jason Cordova

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    • 4.8, 18 Ratings

This is an actual play podcast of the tabletop roleplaying game Dungeon World.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

m@ttherzberg ,

A great AP and a wonderful tool for your DW game.

This podcast is an absolute gift to folks like me who are new to Dungeon World. If you've been reading the DW book but really just needed to hear it in action to get your bearings then you've come to the right place.

It's also a very well done actual play with experinced gamers who trust each other to run a serious narrative with naturally occuring comedic elements. I am pretty sick of the AP's that are more about getting laughs then a compelling shared story experience. WHtK is a refreshing reminder that story, character development, and creative thoughtfulness can also provide a very entertaining product.

Matt Wetherbee ,

My New Favorite AP

An excellent GM runs a great game for a fun group of players with some pretty delightful characters, enhanced by the fact that it wasn't intended to be a public performance. If you're interested in Dungeon World, this is a fantastic example of how to run/engage with/tweak the system, how to be a flexible GM, and how to be a collaborative player. If you're just interested in listening to a good story and having a fun time, this podcast is that too. The bite-sized chunks of AP are addictive, and I crave more.

Bishop Baggins ,

Excellent

Excellent. Just excellent. This is so incredibly entertaining. It is a must-listen for beginner and expert Dungeon World player alike. Each of the players are creative and witty and bring so much to the game. I applaud Jason’s GM skills. I have learned so much about how Dungeon World is supposed to be played.

I would love a companion “bonus commentary” where the GM walks through each step of just one episode and explains what his thinking was at that moment. It would be so helpful for budding GMs and players alike.

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