Enter the auditory fantasy world of WUngeons & SCragons, a comedic DnD roleplaying show recorded live on the air every week at WUSC FM. Sit back and relax as our hosts, Caleb, Jordan, Canon, and JT, weave you an improvised tale of magic, mystery, mayhem, and the greatest treasure of all: laughter.
Das Ubermensch VII: The Big Water Wall
After escaping from the sponge cave, the Wungeoneers travel into the valley of Solaris to find the Ubermensch's castle and end his reign for good.
Das Ubermensch VI: Battle of the Bands
After descending into the sponge cave, the Wungeoneers use the power of music to save the cave's Drow population from a gang of 70s themed Ogres and escape into the Valley of Solaris.
Das Ubermensch V: Extreme Mountain Festival 2k15
Upon arriving at the Letzermensch Ski Resort, our heroes reunite with Olen, free an unpaid intern, and make an unsettling discovery about the Ubermensch.
Das Ubermensch IV: The Perks of Being a Were-Bear
After Doris turns into a were-bear and terrorizes the town of Malakia Cove, the Wungeoneers must escape the area and make their way to the mountains to find a map owned by Svedka Winters.
Das Ubermensch III: The Silver Vein
After leaving Sobchak, the Wungeoneers set off for Malakia Cove in search of a powerful crossbow to help their new friend Ulf Von Euler.
Das Ubermensch II: Sobchak Underground
The WUngeoneers enter the city of Sobchak and attempt to infiltrate what’s left of the government. What they find is far more sinister.
Engaging hosts and creative storylines
For a show that doesn’t have any full time staff this podcast shows a surprising amount of depth and creativity. The five hosts have very good chemistry and each brings a unique personality to the show. I would highly recommend this show for anyone interested in fantasy, role playing, and just having a good laugh. Mulk Mogan for life.
A hilarious and excellent DND podcast
For something produced by a group of college students, and recorded live no less, this show has a surprising amount of quality laughs and depth. Despite a few audio issues in the first couple of episodes (which they fixed after episode 3) the production values are quite nice. The story and characters are lovable and engaging and I find myself eager to listen to the next episode each week waiting to see what happens to the “Wungeoneers.” If you’re interested in roleplaying, fantasy world building, or tabletop games of any kind, or if you’re looking for a soft intro into these things, this is the podcast for you. 5 stars.