Dice Fiends

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Kivra's first day at work.

Show Notes

We join the 8th squad of the High Threat Response Team as they welcome a new member into their ranks and set off on a mission that's a dark portent of things to come, then we cut to Lorick, another member for the 8th squad, as he surreptitiously goes on a mission of his own.

Thanks to @KeylligraphyInk for the logo design. The tracks used in this episode are Music: Enemy Spotted by Jess who you can find on twitter @oneshotminiboss and Carry out your duty! (2 x Spectrums, 6 channels) by Mister Beep which is licensed under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) the song was edited for length
Find Us Online:
Twitter: www.twitter.com/dicefiends
Discord: https://discord.gg/j54Frbh
Twitch: www.twitch.tv/thedicefiends
Cast and Crew:
- GM(Goro Majima) : Eric 
- Embrae: Mak
- Zi'zak : Jess 
- Lorick: Lillie
- Hopper: Nick
- Kivra: Theo
 About Us: Welcome to Dice Fiends, we are an actual play podcast that runs games in over a dozen systems with a rotating and diverse cast of players. But one thing’s for certain: whether we’re powered by the apocalypse or grabbing as many d6’s as we can hold in shadowrun: We’re fiends for the sounds of rolling dice. You can find us every Wednesday on Itunes, Spotify, or wherever you get good podcasts. 

What is Dice Fiends?

Dice Fiends is an actual play podcast featuring a wonderful cast of chuckle-friends. Our story is similar to many: in an attempt to have fun one late Saturday evening, 6 strangers came together for a one-shot, but had so much fun that we extended that one-shot into a two-shot… and then a three-shot… and then we turned it into a whole campaign!

Since then, we've expanded beyond Dungeons and Dragons and to other games systems for one shots such as Hardwired Island or Shadowrun Anarchy and we hope to branch out ever further. But one thing's for sure, whether we're diving into dungeons or trying not to get geeked on the mean streets of Seattle: we're fiends for the sound of rolling dice.