d20 Dames in the Media

The Dames are always up to something - whether it’s working with other podcasts to run special episode events or teaching kids how to play D&D. Check out some of our highlights below. Want to feature the d20 Dames in an upcoming story or episode? Send us a note at d20damespodcast at gmail dot com.

 
 
 
 Geek & Sundry

Geek & Sundry

November 20, 2018 - Family-friendly D&D shows to binge on your holiday trips

Maybe your kids are jealous that you get to watch Critical Role and they don’t. (Can you blame them?) Or maybe you’re on the hunt for a new adventure to get into before bed every night or on your next long road trip as a family. It sounds like you’re in need of a family-friendly D&D podcast or livestream! We have a list of three we think you and the kids will love to listen to together.

 
 
 
 Dungeons & Dragons/Wizards of the Coast

Dungeons & Dragons/Wizards of the Coast

October 30, 2018 - Podcasts of Ravnica

As fans of D&D know, the live play podcast community is dedicated to producing tabletop roleplaying sessions so people all over the world can enjoy the wonders of collaborative storytelling in audio form. The wonderful gamers behind d20 Dames recruited a bunch of amazing creators to jump into producing these audio adventures set in the world of Ravnica. With Guildmasters’ Guide to Ravnica coming to game stores November 9 and available everywhere November 20, Podcasts of Ravnica will hopefully serve as an introduction to the lore of Magic: The Gathering for D&D players and to the storytelling mechanics of D&D for Magic fans.

 
 
 
 GeekWire

GeekWire

October 28, 2018 - Dungeons, dragons and diversity: How the world’s most influential RPG turned the tables on inclusion

Dwarven wizards. Dragon-born clerics. Orc wizards. There’s plenty of diversity in the world of Dungeons and Dragons (D&D), the oldest and arguably most influential tabletop roleplaying game.

But until recently, the game has suffered from a particular archetype: That it was only for people who are nerdy, antisocial and overwhelmingly male.

That perception — and D&D’s player base — has changed dramatically in the past decade, thanks in large part to a concerted effort from the game’s designers.

 
 
 
 Geek & Sundry

Geek & Sundry

August 2, 2018 - These girls went to D&D Summer Camp - and you can try it at home

You might remember reading about the Dungeons & Dragons after-school club at a Seattle girls middle school earlier this year. Just because school’s out for summer, however, that doesn’t mean that the D&D fun has to stop! Teacher Ethan Schoonover and his camp co-teachers Hadeel al-Massari and Kat Kruger welcomed the girls back to school for an incredible week of RPG-themed activities and, of course, gaming sessions.

 
 
 
 Dungeons & Dragons/Wizards of the Coast

Dungeons & Dragons/Wizards of the Coast

April 19, 2018 - Podcasts of Foes

Last year, to celebrate the release of Tomb of Annihilation, we collaborated with D&D liveplay podcast producers to create episodes using material from the adventure and released them on the Dungeon Delve podcast feed. Victoria Rogers, from the Broadswords, ran with that idea and brought together even MORE podcasts to create one-shot adventures using monsters, stories and lore from Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, coming out in game stores on May 18th and everywhere else on May 29th.

 
 
 
 Dungeons & Dragons/Wizards of the Coast

Dungeons & Dragons/Wizards of the Coast

February 12, 2018 - Dragon Talk: Kat Kruger & Jen Vaughn from d20 Dames [VIDEO]

Kat Kruger & Jen Vaughn from d20 Dames stop by the studio to chat with hosts Greg & Shelly about their D&D podcast, co-working together, and more.