The Broadswords

Rashemen is a land steeped in superstition, ruled by witches and entrenched in snow. Berserkers reign, and spirits roam the frozen wastes. Yllairies, Keilah and Mépris all have their own reasons for journeying north, but they soon find they have something in common—they are pawns in a divine plot. Join the broads as they unravel the mysteries of Rashemen.

Victoria Rogers

Dungeon Master

Victoria has been playing tabletop games for just over twenty-five years.  In 1991, her mother brought home the game Hero Quest. Her family played that game every Friday evening for nearly two years, cementing her love for table top games.  From there she moved onto playing Dungeons and Dragons on BBSs, and eventually, internet chat rooms. You can usually find her playing Star Wars Force and Destiny, Edge of the Empire, Star Trek Adventures, or good ol’ Dungeons and Dragons.

Bee Zelda


Bee is a university student in Windsor, Ontario.  When they are not studying or at work, they spend their free time playing far too much League of Legends and watching anime.  They have two dogs and two cats and would be happier if they had two of every animal ever. Their only experiences with Dungeons and Dragons are all of the tie-in novels they read as a kid when they should have been sleeping.  R.A Salvatore, Margaret Weis, and Tracy Hickman were some of their favorites.

Tracy Gibbons


Tracy lives in Toronto, Canada with enough animals to have her house classified as a zoo.  In her free time she dabbles in competitive heavy object pick-upping. She can also be found behind the wheel of a good car, behind the reins of a horse, or plummeting down a mountain on two wooden sticks.  Her experience to DnD prior to The Broadswords is limited to a few 2am energy-drink fueled one-shot campaigns in high school.

Kristin Flemons


When not loudly proclaiming her love for all things RPGs and podcasting, Kristin has been spotted in academic circles doing anthropological sorts of things. Her main hobby is collecting new hobbies, which currently include (but are not limited to): powerlifting, knitting, fostering dogs, boxing, and of course, podcasting and evangelizing the joys of tabletop role-playing games