Nominate your favorite TTRPG podcast of 2022

As December's end approaches, it's that time of year again -- where we take nominations for your favourite TTRPG podcast of the year!

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Every year on the Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk podcast, along with this website, we hold a giant poll to find out what are the most favourite tabletop RPG podcasts of the year. The voting is divided into two categories -- TALK, and ACTUAL PLAY -- and each years, two podcasts win and enter the HALL OF FAME. Once a podcast has entered the Hall of Fame, it is no longer eligible in future years.

ACTUAL PLAY podcasts are podcasts where the podcasters play an actual tabletop RPG for your listening enjoyment. TALK podcasts include interviews, reviews, discussion, opinion, advice and news.

Here are last year's winners -- Miskatonic University Podcast, and Sweden Rolls. Who will take the crown and join the Hall of Fame for 2022?

How To Nominate
  • Post your nomination as a reply to this thread.
  • One nomination per person per category.
  • Must have released at least 3 new episodes in 2022.
  • Include the podcast name (be accurate) -- and a LINK to the show's website. If I have to search for it I’ll just move on! No linky, no nommy.
  • Note which category your nomination is in -- ACTUAL PLAY or TALK.
  • PODCASTS, not YouTube channels or Twitch streams.
  • It cannot be your podcast or one you are involved with.
  • Its primary focus must be tabletop roleplaying games.
  • If a group puts out multiple podcasts, they are combined into one nomination.
  • Those which have won before are not eligible.
  • Please say why, as we read those comment out on the show.
Nominations will be open until Friday December 30th. After that the shows will be put to the public vote and the winners announced on the Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk podcast.

Be sure to follow the above rules. I’ll only be compiling valid nominations which do so!

Previous Winners
These podcasts won in previous years and are now in the Hall of Fame. They are not eligible this year.

 

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Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member
For the Talk category, I nominate The Palmer Files podcast.

The Palmer Files

This is an intriguing conversational podcast where the host chats to a variety of people about various topics from authors and musicians to producers and teachers.
I've looked at the page and this doesn't appear to be a podcast focused on TTRPGs?
 

Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member
Here's our final list. Will appear in a poll shortly.

TALK
Continuing Conversations
Effekt Podcast
Fear of a Black Dragon
Fear The Boot
Gaming Perspectives With Saul & Jolene
Improvised Ratio Theatre - With Dice
Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff
Kill Every Monster
Lazy D&D Talk Show
Mastering Dungeons
Me and Steve Talk RPGs
Modern Mythos
Morrus' Unoffical Tabletop RPG Talk
Plundergrounds
RPGBOT.Podcast
RTFM (Read The F*cking Manual)
Savage Interludes
Star Trek Adventures: Continuing Conversations
System Mastery
Tabletop Journeys
The Artificer's Portal
The DM’s Book Club
The Palmer Files
Vintage RPG podcast

ACTUAL PLAY
Ain't Slayed Nobody
Apollo Protection Agency
Dice and Desire
Dork Day Afternoon
Dungeons and Daddies
Glass Cannon Network
Grim Podcast of Perilous Adventure
Naddpod
New Crits on the Block
No Quest for the Wicked
Not Another D&D Podcast
Pink Fohawk
Quest Fantastic
Red Moon Roleplaying
Spout Lore
Star Trek: Europa
Starship Tempest
Tales of the Manticore
The AARPG’s
The Billowing Hilltop
The City that Never Dies
The Danger Club Podcast
The Lucky Die
The Orpheus Protocol
The Redacted Reports
The Roaring Trainers
Whartson Hall Recordings
 



Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member
The voting threads are here:


 



landho

Villager
I nominate THEATRE OF THE MIND PLAYERS -- in addition to producing content that is both hilarious & heartfelt, this troupe also express a variety of non-D&D games with emotion- and narrative-driven mechanics. They not only play well-known games (Delta Green; a wonderful one shot of Paranoia) but also play a number of indie games (including the wonderful capsule Christmas-movie RPG, Snow Globe!) & have almost singularly been responsible for my purchasing a bunch of new, weird, indie games with great mechanics. They are truly a troupe, with great chemistry among the players, but it is Rob who really drives the show -- he does a wonderful job setting everything up but also playing into and alongside the players and what they give him. Bravi all around!

 
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