Follow-up to Episode 37 (Part One): The Kantas Expanse – What is this nonsense?

Getting to record a live game for The Rolistes Podcast was a delight. It was so fun to enter a proper professional setup with microphones for each of us and be sat around a quiet table with friends. We were gathering to highlight the London RPG Community and all the amazing work that everyone organising … Continue reading Follow-up to Episode 37 (Part One): The Kantas Expanse – What is this nonsense?

On the Shores of Kantas with London RPG Community (featuring a D&D 5e Actual Play) – Part One

Listen, subscribe & review on ITunes, Podchaser or Sticher. This month we are taking you to a brave new world... ...welcome to the Kantas Expanse! Your guides will be Andy, Dasha, Nuno and Rhia from London RPG Community both through an actual play and an interview. Join us, not only to discover the mysterious shores of Kantas, but also … Continue reading On the Shores of Kantas with London RPG Community (featuring a D&D 5e Actual Play) – Part One

The Rolistes Present… #DnD4MentalHealth – First Panel “Mental Health within RPG Clubs & Events”

Listen, subscribe & review on ITunes, Podchaser or Sticher. It is HERE! Fresh from being recorded just yesterday, it is the very first ever LIVE "The Rolistes Present…" PANEL. This one took place as part of our charity event "Dungeons & Dragons for Mental Health" for the charity “Mind”. It gathered several awesome London-based organisations represented by … Continue reading The Rolistes Present… #DnD4MentalHealth – First Panel “Mental Health within RPG Clubs & Events”

The Rolistes Present… First LIVE panel “Mental Health within RPG Clubs & Events”

It's time to share details about the first of the two “The Rolistes Present…” LIVE PANELS which will take place in London at Bad Moon Cafe on Sunday October 20th as part of the charity event "Dungeons & Dragons for Mental Health" (link to Facebook Event). This first panel will start at 2pm and it will … Continue reading The Rolistes Present… First LIVE panel “Mental Health within RPG Clubs & Events”