Hello, friends.

Hello, friends.

Hello, friends. My podcast, Too Cool For Tabletop, just wrapped up our first year and our first Dungeon World campaign. I’ve compiled all five episodes at the link here (I’ve shared some of the episodes here in the past), and I’d love for you to check it out!

Next year it looks like we’ll mainly be giving D&D 5e a try, so this might be our last bout with DW for a while. Please give it a listen and I’d love to hear your feedback!

You can also find all episodes to stream or download on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, TuneIn, and other popular podcast apps.


6 thoughts on “Hello, friends.”

  1. Ok feedback.

    1. Love the RP – you guys and gals are funny, don’t take yourselves too seriously, and seem to enjoy each other’s company. Good for a Podcast!

    2. Podcast is pretty well produced – everyone sounds good & clear (including the dog), there’s not much noise/breathing/mic-bangs. The intro music is great, etc.

    3. Jason says “kinda”, “like”, and “kinda like” about 4,000 times. If you slow down, you won’t need to use them so much while your brain catches up with your mouth or vice versa. It gets to be a little much. Go back and listen to an episode and count the times you say those words. You’ll amaze yourself. I used to do the same thing with “um” and “ah”. Public speaking 101 taught me to slow down! There’s no rush! The extra words slow you down anyway!

    4. Action was pretty well paced – just enough action to stay interesting but not too much that you lose track of the story being built.

    Hope that is useful for you. I’ll continue listening via SoundCloud! I’m a fan!

  2. Oh, #5: The wimpy cleric is the funniest thing I’ve heard in a long time. What a great character. I hope he keeps ineffectively proselytizing where he’s not wanted. Makes for hilarious comedy as his companions bail him out.

  3. Josh Riggins Thanks so much for listening and for the feedback. Slowing down makes so much sense and I’ll try and be mindful of that going forward. I definitely have little moments of panic where I try and immediately have an answer, event, etc. for the players instead of collecting myself and doing what is best for the story.

    Again, thanks so much for listening! It means a lot.

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