We sat down and chatted with Jess of DOTs RPG Project about accessibility in tabletop gaming as well as it's importance in gaming culture and for society in general, as well as favorite player moments, things we love in games we've played, and plans to help create more awareness for accessibility in gaming. DOTs RPG Project is an official 501(c)3 charitable organization that has created Braille Dice for the visually impaired community, and is working on other accessibility solutions for tabletop gaming.
If you would like to keep up with DOTS RPG Project, here are links where you can find them!
Other links mentioned in the show available below!
Spellbinder Jokester dice by Die Hard Dice available here:
This week we spoke with Scratticus, one of the headmasters for The Scratticus Academy, a community built around inclusivity and welcoming new players and game masters to tabletop roleplaying games. Scratticus and their wife Alice have created a wonderful environment for people who are new to tabletop, and run a LOT of games on their channel, many which are 8 week games, but a couple which have gone on to become something more.
You can check them out at these links, and support them on Patreon too!
Last Friday I spoke with Rich Howard, one of the creative minds behind Descent into Midnight RPG and Whelmed: The YJ Files. We talked about how sometimes plans change, his love of aquatic life and it's strangeness, and his journey with the YJ Files podcast.
You can find more info at descentintomidnight.com and crashingthemode.com, and you can support him on Ko-Fi at https://ko-fi.com/M4M1MSMD
I talked with Ryan Boelter, one of the creators of Chimera RPG and Co-Host of Character Creation Cast. We spoke about his experiences both creation games and podcasts, and as a player and GM.
You can find out more about his projects at the following links, as well as contact hom via twitter!
I got a chance to talk with Brian Wiggins, DM of TeamX D&D, and one of the showrunners on EatDrinkRoll. We talked a bit about his experience as a DM, getting into Voice Acting, and running games where you may have a plan... but your players clearly have something different in mind!
You can find him at these links!
I talked with Renee Rhodes, DM of Fate of the Fablemaidens (and actual play podcast) and Social Media Manager for monocle Society, creators of Weave, about moving, her journey into playing Dungeons and Dragons, and plans for the future.
If you want to keep up with her projects, you can find her through these links!
I got a chance to chat with Riley Hopkins, powerhouse behind Linksmith Games, who brought us Interstitial: Our Hearts Intertwined, a game about relationships and how they give us power, and travel between worlds.
Riley Hopkins Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/revryebread
Linksmith Games: https://www.linksmithgames.com
I talk with Taylor of Riverhouse Games about the games he has created, available on Itch.io and DriveThru RPG, as well as his experiences and advice in regards to Game Jams, and some of his personal life experiences with attending cons and renting Airbnb.
In this episode, I join Tim Vaughan as we explore their journey from college student to RPG game creator. We delve into some of their thoughts and processes, as well as advice on starting your own RPG game.
You can find more information at these links!
We dive into Naomi (Adanarama/Breakingthebinary)'s thoughts, processes, and experiences as a TTRPG creator/writer and as a podcaster. They share their views and some helpful insights for people looking into making a foray into creating games for Tabletop Roleplay. You can reach Naomi at these links! https://www.beatingthebinary.itch.io https://www.patreon.com/adanarama https://www.anchor.fm/queerly_yours
In this episode, we talk with Derek Nekritz of The Mage College. We explore a bit about how growing shaped his gameplay, and his processes when creating supplements for D&D.
You can find his work at https://www.themagecollege.com and https://www.twitter.com/archmagederek as well as https://www.twitter.com/themagecollege
A special episode interviewing Chris Lock, one of the creative minds behind the Retroverse setting for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition. We talk about where the idea came from, his creative process, and advice he would give to people just starting out as content creators in the TTRPG sphere.
You can find more information about his works at these links!
This week I interviewed Diana Gaeta, a blogger, CogsExpo Gaming track organizer, TTRPG Player and GM, and fellow Podcaster. We explored her experience in each of these spaces and get her perspective.
You can find more info at these links!
In my first episode of RPG. Unltd., I interview IndieTimmie, a content creator on Twitch and Youtube whos has had experience with Tabletop Roleplaying Games via Fallout Equestria.
You can find more info about him at these links!