One of my friends had never played RPGs. We finally convinced him to play, but he had a (bizarre but true) caveat: he wanted to leverage his hobby of sound design and playing music while we did it. So we made a podcast.
By my estimation, we're the very first D&D podcast ever and the first one to have a "WTF" acronym in our podcast title.
What else do we have going for us?
- Hotsprings Island Actual Play: Hotsprings Island is an amazing adventure by Jacob Hurst et al that hands the players an in-character gazetteer. We're having a lot of fun with it. Check out our actual play before you run it yourself.
- A Range of Experience: The podcast features players who have been playing 20+ years and players who literally are sitting down for their first session.
- An Actual Bard: Our bard takes his job very, very seriously. There's all sorts of musical numbers.