More RPG Podcasts from The Nerdy Show Network
You know and love our on-going roleplaying podcast series Dungeons & Doritos, Pokéballs of Steelix, and Ghostbusters: Resurrection but did you know there’s even more dramatic tabletop RPG action from Nerdy Show? Well – now you do. Below you’ll find our growing list of RPG specials and limited-series from across the Network where we dip into different genres and different RPG systems.
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Limited-run campaigns released episodically.
The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program is tabletop roleplaying turned into a 1930s radio serial. What dark deeds unfold on the streets of Arkham? And which unwitting souls – innocent or impure – will succumb to the maddening call… OF CTHULHU!
An RPG series made by Nerdy Show fans for Nerdy Show fans! In this show, Nerdapalooza becomes ground zero for the zombie apocalypse and the All Nerds crew – comprised of Nerdy Show fans from around the world must fight to stay alive as Orlando turns into zombie central.
Single-campaign specials, some of which were fan selected!
One of the most beloved sci-fi tabletops of all-time. Where no one is what they seem and everyone is a TRAITOR! Where Friend Computer and Secret Societies rule all! Featuring Cap and Brandon of Nerdy Show, Kaymonstar of the Gazetteers, and Jarrod from Flame On! as the platers, Chan Sterling aka DJ Snorlax from Derpy Show as the Game Master, and – by special request – Audrey, Marc with A C’s rogue TTS bot as “Friend Computer”.
Wicked Anime goes on their first podcast adventure with the anime table top RPG B.E.S.M. aka Big Eyes Small Mouth. No anime cliche goes unexplored! There’s mecha, catgirls, highschoolers, magical girls, and ninjas galore! Join the entire Wicked Anime crew on a two-part high octane anime action thrill ride!
Wicked Anime return to tabletop and bring Cap from Nerdy Show along for the ride! In this anime RPG, the players assume the roles of quintessential kawaii maids (with appropriately overblown eccentricities and fighting abilities) who would do anything in service of their (game) Master.