Overrealmed

is creating a not-so-serious RPG podcast
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$1+ per episode Patreon Party Person
$1
per creation
Whether you pledge a $1 or more, all patrons will get multiple opportunities to name and develop NPCs for the show.

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About Overrealmed

Overrealmed is a not-so-serious role playing podcast where a group of friends break the rules—and story—while they play. Together they are taking the original story lines from Wizards of the Coast and are making their own silly, remixed versions of Dungeons & Dragons campaigns. Each episode is an opportunity to dive deeper into their world of bizarre characters, pop culture references and weird combat encounters.

Overrealmed is hosted by Jeff Ramos and features Jayson Ramos, Ryan Von Fischer, Kayle Mariette and Alejandra Garcia.

Before you listen, you can meet the entire cast in this livestreamed video chat (starts at 00:15).

Listen to our role playing podcast here:

Why Patreon?
We are just getting off the ground so we don't have cool sponsors like mattresses companies, audiobook providers or underwear makers. For now, we do need the support of our fans to pay for the recording, editing and hosting services we use. Currently all of the funds for the podcast come directly out of the pocket of the show's dungeon master, Jeff Ramos.

What are the rewards for being a Patreon Party Person?
None of the rewards are blocked off by tiers. No matter what you help us out with each month, you will be a part of multiple opportunities to name and develop NPCs that appear in the show. Patron Party People not only help fund the show but forge its direction. So party up!

Contact us
Need to reach out to us? The quickest way is the DM our DM on Twitter (@ohjefframos) or send us an email: overrealmed AT jefframos DOT com. You can also follow us on Twitter or Facebook.
Goals
20% complete
With at least $100/mo we should be able to not only pay our monthly subscription fees for our online recording software, but should have enough to pay a freelance editor to do some light work on the podcast.
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