We are the cast and crew of That DnD Podcast. We currently are recording a bunch of things and putting out youtube content and twitch streams and several different campaigns to our podcast feed. Most updates are mondays, and we do some extras on Thursdays. If you want to check those out and haven't already, you can do so at the following!
- Podcast feed can be found at www.thatdndpodcast.com
- Twitch streams can be found at www.twitch.tv/thatdndpodcast
- Youtube videos of offline stuff AND archive of our Twitch streams can be found at www.youtube.com/thatdndpodcast
- Our ramblings, updates, and community outreach is generally available at www.twitter.com/thatdndpodcast
- We can keep things running! File hosting is expensive. We've bounced around between places, but have settled into our SquareSpace site and the plan we are using lets us host our files there. That saves some money, but SquareSpace and Roll20 and ObsidianPortal, and any other necessary expenditures add up. While the podcast may be free to listen to, it is not free to put out.
- We can upgrade our gear! Stuff sounds better, looks prettier, and is overall more enjoyable
- We can buy more materials! We don't want to dwell on the same rulesets we've played already. More money means access to more handbooks and rulesets and cool stuff like that
- We can pay our editors! I know that getting paid for tedious work seems like a no brainer, but currently it is being done pro bono by some of the cast. Chris did a huge chunk of the early editing. Renee took the reins from him after that, and David has been helping share some of the burden. We aren't expecting to be able to pay them to be full time audio editors or anything, but being able to compensate them for their hard work would be really nice
- Stretch goals! Having more money coming in means we can worry slightly less about keeping the lights on and more about new stuff we want to do. Listener campaigns, 'unplugged' game nights where we stream games that aren't necessarily tabletop games, giveaways, cool nerd people interviews, advertisements on other sites, the list goes on and on!
In dice we trust,