Press Kit and Reviews
ABOUT THE SHOW
In the magical lands of Sebiron, a group of social outcast adventurers join forces to make a buck, destroying monsters and dispatching tyrants; and if they end up doing good and destroying evil then that’s just a bonus! Save The D8 is a D&D 5th edition podcast where we live-play our most recent campaign with our sessions edited down to hour longish episodes with background ambiance and SFX edited in to make the story more immersive.
Save The D8 releases a new episode every Thursday.
Also we release a special one-shot on our Pateron at the end of every month.
WHAT IS D&D?
D&D is short for Dungeons and Dragons, a role-playing game designed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. D&D allows each player to create their own character to play as they embark upon imaginary adventures within a fantasy setting. A Dungeon Master (DM) serves as the game's referee and storyteller, while maintaining the setting in which the adventures occur, and playing the role of the inhabitants of the game world. The characters form a party and they interact with the setting's inhabitants and each other. Together they solve dilemmas, engage in battles, explore, and gather treasure and knowledge. In the process, the characters earn experience points (XP) in order to rise in levels, and become increasingly powerful over a series of separate gaming sessions.
INTERESTED IN PLAYING D&D?
Interested in wanting to learn more about D&D and learning how to play, check out our Contact/Links page.
LISTENERS & STATS
As of September 2020, Save The D8 has:
• Over 30,000 unique downloads via RSS
• Social media following of 1,000+ across Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and Facebook.
• Over 30 ratings in iTunes, with a majority rating of 5 stars. • Available in over 10 different platforms like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher and more!
Listeners in 165 countries, including the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Australia, Ireland, Germany, Japan, Sweden, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, India, Brazil, Japan, South Africa, China, Thailand, Greece, Egypt, Uganda, and more.
I’ve been trying to find a good D&D podcast and often found myself tired of most because the voices sound similar and people play typical characters. Not so here. You can tell who is speaking by their voices and it’s generally the players having fun actually being their characters, not trying to make the funniest joke. I’ve only listened to a little but I wanted to support because of that alone.