Podcast Spotlight: The Gemhammer Weekly Podcast (#morebetter)

[DISCLAIMER: I didn’t get paid to post this article, but if Joe or Conor wanna buy me a six pack or a pizza or give me a back rub or whatever I’m absolutely gonna accept it, so, y’know. There’s that.]

If you’ve read this website before, or if you know us in real life, you’d likely know that we’re real-life Party Members (and bros) with Joe and Conor from Gemhammer & Sons Gaming. If you’re not familiar with these two, here’s what you need to know:

1.) They are dedicated to making more, better game stuff (like their Deck of Many Things, which we coincidentally found to truly make our games #morebetter).

2.) They also make shirts, trinkets, and accessories to elevate the tabletop RPG experience for every kind of player (RIP Big Pun).

3.) They have a new podcast, which focuses on ways that you, yes you, can make your tabletop games #morebetter. That’s the second time I used that hashtag on a website that doesn’t actively hyperlink hashtags, so I’m gonna link them anyway and see what sticks. I assume my check will be in the mail by Friday.

Anyway, their podcast is great. It features a recap of our weekly Monday D&D session, three quick tips for making your game #morebetter (that’s three), and other topics of discussion that revolve around the world of tabletop, what’s next for the Gemhammer boys, and sometimes professional wrestling.

If any of these things interest you, go check out the Gemhammer Weekly podcast right here.

P.S. – If you aren’t using Overcast to listen to your podcasts, you’re fucking up. That is all.

P.P.S. – I’d also like to clarify that we at WGG are completely not above selling out, and will accept a fleet of jetskis if any of you billionaire media moguls out there wanna buy the website. For real though. Blogging is hard, and that’d give me so much more time to raid in the new WoW expansion. Aight peace.

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Papa Dom

Co-founder, lead blogger, graphic designer, and manager of WGG's writing team - Dom has been writing about video games for over ten years. Dom's work has been featured on some of the world's biggest gaming news outlets - including Dexerto, GameInformer, and IGN.

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