What are some good /tg/-related podcasts?
I'm particularly looking for RPG series (GM advice, actual play, reviews, etc.), but other /tg/ stuff is fine too.
I remember one where they discussed a different monster each time, goblins, lizardmen and the like, but I can't remember it's name off the top of my head
Six Feats Under is a pretty good 13th Age campaign. Every little while they'll do a different game for a week or so, usually with someone involved in the making (or, in the one case of a Japanese TTRPG, translating) of the game as the GM.
Ken and Robin talk about stuff plus RolePlaying Public Radio are my two go-to podcasts, both being very full of advice and the latter also having an actual plays series in tandem.
I'm going to second this. I like the GM especially, because she rolls with pretty much anything the party tries to do while at the same time never forgetting the things they've done.
>>how not to DM, the uhhhhh podcast
>>I like my brothers more than I like my dad the podcast
In alphabetical order, all the DnD and such podcasts I listen to:
Dungeon masters block
Dungeons and disorder
Dungeons and randomness
Roll to hit
The adventure zone
I'll let you sift through. Some are shit. Some are great. Good luck
RPPR is godlike, except their >>44604678
long-form 5E ones. They're either boring or the GM is new as fuck and/or completely inept.
They're a bit odd. Kinda lot of fuckery going on. Iunno.
Hoping to find this out too. I love monsters.
Nerd Poker is kind of a drag but the episodes with Thomas Middleditch are good.
Critical Success is good for GM advice, One Shot is good for actual plays of lesser known games. They're hosted by the same guy.
Not exactly /tg/ but I've ripped off a lot of CoC ideas from the stories read on Pseudopod and learned a bit about how to narrate spooky shit.
I haven't listened to Grim Dark Podcast in a while but they usually seemed to stay on topic.