The world needed yet another DnD Podcast and Live Stream Based on 5e, and we delivered!
We're not famous, and we haven't done this before, but we do want your help!
We'd love to name NPCs in future episodes after you or characters from your campaigns. If that gets you excited, just tweet or post to Instagram using #rollforpodcast or leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
We'll be editing streams down to a podcast that will be available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and really most places that you get podcasts because the Anchor Platform just makes that so easy to do and somehow it's free.
We made a Twitter account because it felt like the thing to do.
We haven't used it yet but if you Tweet us, we'll Tweet you back. We have literally nothing better to do.
Moise Pim (nickname Mousey)
We'll be using D&D Beyond to manage our campaign.
Have a look at their swanky plugin if you want to keep up with our characters' growth.
Thirty-three years ago, the war known as the Desiccation, left the central prefect of our continent a wasteland. Great fissures split the mesa, where waves of arcane energy spill forth and buffet ruined cities and charred fields.
Four remaining prefects equidistant from one another by nearly one thousand kilometres, surround a fifth prefect. Each bares a unique ecology and rests atop a mesa roughly one kilometre high and two hundred kilometres in diameter, closely resembling a monolithic cylinder.
The former trade routes connecting diagonally opposite prefects are now death traps where an unpredictable arcane wind could strip the flesh from your bones.
The Four Corners Trading Company – commonly referred to as "Foresee" - has overshadowed their competition hailing from the four standing prefects after establishing routes cutting straight through the wasteland previously known as the central prefect.
Our story joins a few members of Foresee as they go about their work, unsuspecting of what is going to unfold.