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Oct 19 2020

Trailer for “The Curse of Strahd”

Dwarven Moss

Trailer for “The Curse of Strahd”

00:01:19 Download (3MB)

Dwarven Moss started when D&D expert Tom Hodgins wanted to ignite an old passion of his by playing some D&D, so he recruited his friends, comedian Kris Siddiqi, and musician Jay McCarrol to play their very first official campaign.┬áJay, having a studio already setup in his dungeon suggested that they record their game as a kind of personal keepsake for the group. Upon listening back they slowly started adding post production effects and original music to pad the story and before they knew it things had spiraled and out of control taking on a life of its own – Dwarven Moss was born. Dwarven Moss produces a unique listening experience unlike other actual-play D&D podcasts. The journey captures their fun and improvised collective storytelling along the way, in real time┬áThe end result is like an old fashioned radio play.

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