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Where can I listen to the Dekahedron RPG podcast?

Our episodes are hosted at  You can also find them using the following services:

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What is the Dekahedron RPG podcast?

Dekahedron is “two old dudes talking about RPG stuff.”

It is a weekly “micro-cast” or “short form” podcast, meaning that each episode tries to be no more than 15 minutes long. The hosts sometimes get carried away, though.

The show is recorded in a conversational style. While the topic is picked in advance, the show is otherwise unscripted and unrehearsed. The thoughts and reactions of each host are genuine and honest.

The RPG topics range from OSR gameplay ideas, to newer games like Fudge and Dungeon World. We also discuss things table etiquette, and give honest RPG reviews.

The show is 100% ad free, and we never beg for your money.

Why the name “Dekahedron”?

The short version is that Joe already owned the domain name.

The long version is that he once wrote a public domain RPG. Because that game only used d10's, he named it Dekahedron. He picked the Greek deka- just to make it more searchable, trademark-able, and because he could get the domain name.

When are new episodes released?

New episodes are released every Wednesday.

Where can I leave feedback?

Do you like the written word?  Send email to or even text us at the number below.

Prefer to speak? Call 562 RPG-CAST (562-774-2278), or click the "message" button on our Anchor page. You can even record your message and email us an mp3.

Who are the hosts?

The show currently has two hosts:

Who designed that logo?

The logo was conceived by Joe, who has the artistic ability of a drowning badger. The actual work was done by the very talented designkat.

What is the theme music?

The podcast's theme is “The Britons” by Kevin MacLeod who generously placed it into the public domain. (He also makes great graph paper!)

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