Tag: D&D5e Podcast

Jul 07

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 20

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice.   As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a more conversational tone. They also include more of the tangents, bad jokes, and adult language that we tend to use when …

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Jul 05

The Campaigns : Wrought Iron Episode 21 : Most People Mispronounce It

Hello and welcome to The Campaigns, the Actual Play podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is episode 20 of our newest DnD 5E actual play podcast. Wrought Iron In this episode, the party explores Stormbreaker Port and makes some interesting discoveries. Arhamie Mot played by Michael  (@TheRpgAcademy) Deign Seaborne played by Scott Brown (@geowtf) Cassander Ziegengeist …

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Jun 13

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 19

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice.   As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a more conversational tone. They also include more of the tangents, bad jokes, and adult language that we tend to use when …

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May 16

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 17

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Scott and Matt ride solo – together. As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a more conversational tone. They also include more of the tangents, bad jokes, and …

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Apr 27

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 16

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Scott, Matt and I are joined by The Caleb G, making his triumphant return to Detention – the show he created. As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to …

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Apr 13

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 15

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to the long-awaited return of Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Scott and I are joined by Sean – The Heavy Metal GM As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a more conversational tone. They also …

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Apr 06

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 14

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to the long-awaited return of Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Matt & Scott and I are joined by Chris Burlew from The Redemption Podcast As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a more conversational …

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Mar 30

The Campaigns : Wrought Iron Episode 20 : Manifest Destiny

Hello and welcome to The Campaigns, the Actual Play podcasts from The Rpg Academy. This is episode 20 of our newest DnD 5E actual play podcast. Wrought Iron In this episode, the party gets distracted by Deign’s desire to shop for furniture. Arhamie Mot played by Michael  (@TheRpgAcademy) Deign Seaborne played by Scott Brown (@geowtf) Cassander …

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Mar 28

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 13

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to the long-awaited return of Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Matt & Scott are joined by Shane V. aka @Mundangerous from the Total Party Thrill podcast. As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a …

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Mar 23

Welcome to Detention – LIVE, Episode 12

Hello Academaniacs! Welcome to the long-awaited return of Detention!   Detention is sponsored by BattleBards and Easy Roller Dice. In this episode, Michael, Matt & Scott watch over the Academaniacs of a more hooliganism nature.   As usual, these episodes are a little more rough around the edges, with less editing to reflect a more conversational …

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