Pork Fried Dice - A Dungeons & Dragons Podcast
Pork Fried Dice is an actual-play Dungeons and Dragons podcast where we try to tell a compelling story, but have fun doing it. That is to say, we take the story seriously, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
Our goal is to have a show where our listeners feel like they are at the table with us. We are a roleplay-heavy podcast, because we like character interaction, but we’re also a group of people that make crude jokes, anachronistic references, and godawful (or clever, if you’re into that kind of thing) puns.
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What, a new character? And we didn't lure Greg into an abandoned cellar under the ruse that we had a wonderful cask of sherry for him to try and then brick him up in a long-forgotten corner so that he could waste away in the dark with only his hoarsening ...
Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Steed Corral. Its five-year mission (reflecting the actual span of time of about 2 days): to explore strange new campaigns, to seek out a new character and new non-misty civilizations, to sloooowly go where no Will has gone before. ...
You've done it. You've made it to the final episode of Season 1 of Pork Fried Dice. "Wait," you're saying to yourself. "That makes it sound like there's going to be a Season 2. I didn't sign up for that. I thought I was done after this. My Podcast Seargent ...
Hasn't this battle gone on long enough at this point? Strahd must have only like 12 hp left at this point, right? This episode is probably going to be one hit from Lank or Batthwack, a few minutes of exposition, and then Pork Fried Dice is done forever! ...
Once again, the party finds themselves toe to toe with the Lord of Barovia, Strahd von Zarovich. Is this the final battle with the undead ruler? Will the party emerge victorious? Is the ice cream at Dairy Queen really made from cow's milk? ...