Godsfall is a great mix between a regular D&D actual play and an audio drama. The episodes are highly edited and produced with a wonderful use of music, ambience, and foley work. Godsfall has some very interesting concepts behind it. In the world of Khalgun, gods and demi-gods are very real things. Aram has created and released a world book that not only covers the lands and peoples of Khalgun, but also the gods and how you can incorporate them into your own world. The cast is fairly large and diverse with the focus of the story shifting between different and changing groups of characters who have all begun to find themselves awaking as embodiments of the gods. This changing perspective helps make the world feel very alive, especially as different groups visit vastly different areas of the world. This is a great show to listen to if you are wanting a story told where random chance plays a part in the outcome, but find yourself struggling with a lot of the “at the table” feeling of many other actual plays.