The group awakes to find themselves in the Feywild atop a broken stone bridge, high over a swamp. The sight of a potential crash turns a reunion into a mission into the thick of it.
Goblins and Garages is a D&D podcast recorded and produced by 8 friends, none of whom are professional comedians or voice actors. We joke around a lot, we laugh, we cry, we drop out from a bad internet connection from time to time. Playing D&D is not any of our day job's -- and it shows.
This season, we are playing Wild Beyond the Witchlight, a 5E Dungeons and Dragons adventure set in the Feywild, released in 2021. Our campaign features:
Eric as our Game Master Gio as Griffin Bunco, Dwarf Warlock Isa as Frankie/Duke West, Dragonborn Fighter Ambrosia as Lady Zenarai, Dwarf Paladin Bernardo as Gehdav, Treant Druid Dan as Pouncer Hinaar, Tabaxi Rogue Giova as Taishiro IHOP, Haregon Rogue Adrienne as “Zeb” Smith, Half-Elf Ranger Follow us on Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter: Twitter @GoblinGaragePod Instagram @goblinsandgarages TikTok @goblinsandgarages Goblins and Garages is a proudly latine-produced show.
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