If anyone is at all interested in Real Play podcasts, you should check out the "Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program". It's real play Cthulhu. The first season is from 2015, so I'm not sure what edition it is. Maybe 6? The second season is edition 7.
It's sort of played off as an old time radio program, complete with fake commercials that are terribly non-PC and based on what was accepted knowledge of the 1920's (how smoking is good for your health, new sanitary napkins, etc.).
The acting is superb and they seamlessly add their dice rolls to the story. You almost don't even notice them, they do them so quickly and effortlessly.
I'm on Season 2 right now, wishing there was a third. It's all done by members of the Nerdy Show Network - I believe they did these story arcs because people donated enough money for it to happen, so I suppose there could always be additional seasons if they get enough interest. Apparently Season 1 is one of the most downloaded stories of the Nerdy Show Network.
It's REALLY really good. The recording quality is fantastic. This is exactly the opposite of four guys in a room around one mic playing D&D 5e and making loud bodily noises while drinking beer.
The NSN has other podcasts, as well, including Dungeons & Doritos. I have saved that podcast but haven't had a chance to listen to it yet.
Anyway, if you want to get yourself into a Cthulhu sort of mood, definitely check these out.
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