Nominate your favourite RPG podcasts of 2019!

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It’s that time of year again! Nominate your favourite RPG podcasts of 2019. As a reminder, here are last year’s Top 10.


The winners last year in each category were The Good Friends of Jackson Elias (talk) and The Adventure Zone (actual play). As winners, they enter the Hall of Fame, secure in their victory for evermore, and aren't eligible this year.

Nomimate your favourite podcast by posting the podcast’s name and a link to the podcast in the comments below.

  • there are two categories: TALK (news, reviews, opinions, interviews etc) and ACTUAL PLAY.
  • must have released at least 3 new episodes in 2019
  • the main focus must be tabletop RPGs
  • must not be your own podcast
  • must include a link to the podcast’s web page; no link, no nom!
  • list the individual podcasts, not producers who might make multiple podcasts; be specific which you mean
  • podcasts only, please, not Twitch streams, videos, TV shows, YouTube channels, etc., however awesome those things are!
Feel free to say why.

As always, if it’s not nominated, it won’t be in the main poll.

Nominations open for one week, until Tuesday 17th December. The poll will come shortly thereafter. The results will fittingly initially be announced in our podcast and posted here as an article later.

One final note. I do this every year, just like the the Anticipated RPG poll. However, unlike individual RPGs, podcasts are on ongoing venture. I'd like to note in advance that a podcast can only win this poll once.

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Talk: recommend the very useful manifest zone for Eberron

It's excellent and they are very informative. On my favourite setting. Your one is second!👍

Actual play: Red Moon Roleplaying.

They are brilliant. They really bring RPGs alive.

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For actual play I would like to nominate:
Dungeons of Drakkenheim.



Who knew there were so many RPG podcasts????

I have a couple nominations in the Talk category
1. Lords of the Dungeon

I love all the podcasts on the Secret Cabal "channel" that Lords of the Dungeon belongs to because the hosts do a really good job of making you (the listener) feel like a part of the gang. They also tread a good line between conversational and informational.

2. Gaming and BS

I like this podcast because the hosts choose an interesting "main topic" each week and discuss it a little bit more in depth than you might find on other podcasts. By delving deeper into a subject they make you think a little bit more about it than what your gut feeling tells you to feel.


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I would like to nominate Nocturne - Tablestory
What if you could no longer determine what in the world around you was real or not real? What would you give to get that certainty back? Nocturne is a mature thriller about what lurks in the darkest places.
The story, roleplaying, GM'ing, and production of this TTRPG is truly next level.


I'm jumping on the the bandwagon for Tablestory's Nocturne in the Actual Play category. I've enjoyed a lot of different actual plays over the years of varying quality and level of fame and none have compared to this. The chemistry between the participants, the mind-bending plot crafted by the GM, the fantastic description and acting by the players, and the great production quality sound effects take this podcast to the next level. This is the first actual play that's legitimately competing with my favorite TV shows for all time favorite media.

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