Dimension 20

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Name: Dimension 20
Abbreviation(s): D20
Creator: College Humor & Brennan Lee Mulligan
Date(s): 2019–present
Medium: Actual-play web series and podcast
Country of Origin: United States
External Links: Dimension 20 at Wikipedia
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Dimension 20 is a Tabletop RPG actual-play web series and podcast produced by College Humor and Dropout. All episodes are available on Dropout. Some seasons have been released as a podcast, some are available on YouTube and some have been streamed live on Twitch.

Dimension 20 is an anthology show based on homebrewed Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition settings and other tabletop RPGs.


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Main pairings include:

Example Fanworks




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