Our season finale brings you game publisher, Alan Bahr, the founder of Gallant Knight Games and creator of the TinyD6 game engine. Alan is a husband and foster parent with a passion for Tabletop Role Playing Games.
Jindi An shares he inspirational story of falling in love with Dungeons & Dragons, struggling to organize a gaming group in a heavily Science Fiction dominated Chengdu China, later he will move to Port Elizabeth South Africa for school and bring Dungeons & Dragons with him to face new challenges, and all the time gaming with his wife and their two children. Join Raised on DnD Podcast as we bring you this epic Father's Day Special.
Season 4 Giveaway ends June 17th!!! Make sure to enter at raisedondnd.com click the link to rafflecopter.com where you will enter for a chance to win THE GRAND PRIZE a Dungeons & Dragons Core Rulebooks Gift Set (Slipcase, Player's Handbook, Dungeon Master's Guide, Monster Manual, DM Screen)
Michael Chang Gummelt, Game Designer for Raven Software and Zenimax Media, talks about his love for Dungeons & Dragons, introducing tabletop role playing games to his sons, and the importance of using props during tabletop rpgs with teens.
Deanna Adams, contributing author on Bigby's Handbook of Creative Spell Use, discusses gaming with her husband, children, and the family's bearded dragon during their Family Home Evenings. Deanna talks about bring LARPing to her community, a love for Feng Shui RPG, and becoming a contributing writer on DMsGuild.com
Brenda McKenzie is a mom to three young boys and has used her love for tabletop role playing games to bring her children closer together and enable them an escape during the pandemic lockdowns. Brenda shares her story and tips for moms who are interested in using Dungeons & Dragons in their own homes.
In this episode, Mary Matthews of The Viking Experience tells us how Dungeons & Dragons helped bring her family closer together, gives other moms tips on how to begin Dungeon Mastering, she explains how gaming accessories help engage children, and shares her journey from tabletop role playing games to Live Action RPGs.
This episode I'm joined by Matt Davids, the host of DiceGeeks Podcast and author of The Book of Random Tables series. He shares his journey from tabletop role playing enthusiast to author, finding love at the game table, and introducing his children to TTRPGs using the Amazing Tales RPG!
This episode brings you Jodie Brandt, the host of the QuestWise YouTube Channel, founder of the GamingforaCure.org convention sponsored by the American Cancer Society, writing for Blout Games, and gaming with family!
My guest is an artist, father, and educator whose love for tabletop role playing games has helped create family bonds and engage his students to reach the affective level with their English language skills. We discuss Star Wars RPG, Cortex Prime, Green Ronin's The Expanse RPG, and more!
My guest, Derek White is The Geek Preacher! We talk about gaming with children on the autism spectrum, the satanic panic of the 1980s, and the adaptation & continuation of gaming conventions in a pandemic!
This episode I'm joined by owner/operator of Good Times Games, Rob Gruber. He's passion for D&D has lead him to owning the largest gaming club in in his hometown! Listen to his amazing story and be inspired to build a gaming community in your town!
Season 4 premiere episode features local legend, Scott Presley, the president (Guild Master) of the Lakeland Role Playing Guild. We discuss this amazing gaming community and share their secrets of creating and maintaining a successful tabletop role playing game club that has thrived for 20 years!
In our Season 3 finale episode, I'm joined by Tony Vasinda, the creator of Beards & Beyond, we discuss Game Master advice, motif building, the "heat" tool, session zero, and, of course, Beards & Beyond RPG!
This episode I'm joined by The EducationalDM, Sam Cheung, he tells us some DMing tips, how to stretch our brains using D&D, and how to engage teens at the game table either at home or in the classroom.
ENnie Award author and illustrator, David Okum is a talented game designer whose love for gaming and a desire to share gaming with his children has lead him to create some of our favorite RPGs and miniature games.
This episode I'm joined by Bill Silvey, author, gamer, and founder of GuideKey. We talk about some of the history of D&D, Dwarven Forge, Gary Gygax's final project, and the "special sauce" every Dungeon Master should have.
In our first Halloween Special, I talk with author Jon Hook about running horror games for kids, answering the Call of Cthulhu, and trading sanity for mythos! Join us as we get ready to make our October game tables a lot more scary!
This episode is an exclusive interview with Darrin Anderson, creator of Dalreth: Haven in the Ice. He tells how his son, Jack, becomes the driving force and co-creator of this amazing new fantasy setting for D&D5e. You'll hear the origin of Dalreth: Haven in Ice plus be the first to find out about the new races, classes, and spells you'll get to play there. Be sure to visit Dalreth.com and back the Kickstarter starting September 22nd.
This episode I'm joined by The Mindful DM, Jeremiah Kaplan! He talks about gaming with his own children, using Dungeons & Dragons as a vehicle to help children at his synagogue learn the stories and history of the Jewish people through the Tanakh/Old Testament. Jeremiah's success with using interactive storytelling for education has developed into a project using D&D for mental health.
Dr. Megan Connell from G33ks Like Us talks about her love for playing D&D with her family lead her to integrate role playing games into therapy. Listen as we talk about Clinical Roll, Brain Noodles, Psychology at the Table, Monte Cook's Consent in Gaming, and Jazz!
Today we are joined by award winning author, Matt Forbeck who talks with us about his just released Shotguns & Sorcery RPG, along with the return of the Endless Quest series, GenCon memories, and gaming with his children.
Happy 4th of July! I'm joined by John Capps, the creator of Capps Games, who has been playing tabletop role playing games for 47 years! He talks about raising his children on gaming, playing D&D with his grandchildren, and the return of Capps Games with a new RPG!
Happy Mother's Day! This special Mother's Day episode brings you the inspiring stories of 3 different moms from around the world who have brought their families and communities closer with Dungeons & Dragons.
This Mid-Month Short brings you Diogo Nogueira creator of Solar Blades & Cosmic Spells, Dark Streets & Darker Secrets, and, the soon to be available, Lost In The Fantasy World! Join us as we discuss Old School RPGs and playing with family!
Welcome to Season 2! Our guest, Zachary Reznichek, talks about education opportunities with role playing games, advice on integrate games into your school, and his Teacher Gamer Handbook currently being funded on https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/teacher-gamer-handbook/x/23326413#/ Learn more at https://teachergamer.com/
This Mid-Month Short brings you Brandon Traynor the creator of the Facebook group "Dungeons and Dragons, Roleplaying Games with Kids and Family" We talk about how social media helps families and enriches their home tabletop role playing games.
This episode we talk with Third Eye Games creator, Eloy LaSanta, about The Pip System, Mermaid Adventures, Part-Time Gods, and more. Also the winners of our Pip System Corebook Giveaway are announced in this episode.
This Mid-Month Short brings the story of two librarians, Brian Mathers & Charles Frierman, who have created a safe and fun environment for tweens and teens to play Dungeons & Dragons at their local library.
Travis Hanson, the creator of Life of the Party: Realities of a RPG'er, talks about gaming, comics, conventions, and family! https://anchor.fm/raisedondnd/episodes/Episode-IV-Life-of-the-Party---Travis-Hanson-eakmd7/a-a1dfln7
This episode I'm joined by Justin Halliday creator of Hero Kids! Justin gives us some insights into gaming with younger players, discusses a new post apocalyptic game he is working on, and tells us about Hero Kids Creators Guild.
This episode, I'm joined by Luke Gygax, son of Gary Gygax the creator of Dungeons & Dragons. Luke talks to us about being raised on D&D and how he is raising his own children on tabletop role playing games. Don't miss this very special episode!
Our guest will be a young lady who has literally been Raised on DnD. Tune in as Lexi Cardarelli tells about her experience growing up around the game table, and gives some advice for gaming parents to help their teens put down the cell phones and pick up some dice with the family.