Seeking Players: Dungeons & Dragons Podcast (no exp. required)
Royal Order of Good Cheer
About the project and the company
Who’s interested in launching a D&D podcast? See Critical Role, D20 Babes, Harmontown, Adventure Zone etc. Experience with Dungeons & Dragons is great, but we care more about showmanship; we can teach you to play the game.
This doesn’t pay (I know, I know.) If we happen to build a giant audience (which IS the goal…) well then cool, and we’ll figure out next steps from there.
Improvisation skills super useful. Voice acting is great, but more important than funny sounds is the ability to simultaneously play the game and remember that you’re creating a show for listeners.
— Experienced Dungeon Master.
— Weekly play and recording.
— Dedicated playspace/recording studio, Ballard area.
— (Seriously, check out the web site to see how cool the playspace is. Maps on table-top screen. Microphones and headphones at each seat around the table.)
— Friday evening sessions.
Dungeons & Dragons is a tabletop roleplaying game in which one player, the "Dungeon Master" is the lead storyteller, and other players assume a character in a group-told story. Imagine doing a Lord of the Rings adventure but improvising what happens throughout. There are a million rules, but you can learn them as you go. Experienced Dungeon Master. We'd be playing with 5th edition rules.
See "Other submission instructions" for details on initial submission. After that, just be your fun self.
Character breakdown / Project needs
All are welcome.
Preferred method of submission
email for appointment
Callbacks or second audition/interview?
interview, then callback to play & record
Please introduce yourself via email and let us know about any gaming experience (though it's not required.) Also, please include a link to video/audio of yourself a.) acting out how you might convince a barista to give you a discount, or b.) describe as
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