Guest stars included Charlie Cox ("Daredevil"), Kevin Smith ("Clerks"), Lillard ("Scream, Scooby Doo"), Janina Gavinkar ("Star Wars Battlefront II"), Simone Missick ("Luke Cage") and Sam Richardson ("Veep"), each playing a different character that aided the core group during their quests.
Four of the guest stars had never played "Dungeons and Dragons" before and this was their first introduction to the game, Woll said.
"Kevin, obviously, as soon as he stepped foot on that stage made it his own and I think he's a great example that you can go in fearlessly, even if you have zero idea what anything on your [character] sheet means," Woll said. "The [dungeon master] is going to help and the other players are going to help."
Woll's game took the characters through a number of different settings including a haunted manor, a wild forest, a submarine, an Egyptian tomb and an underground lair. In each miniature quest, the characters either had to retrieve a special item or uncover information so that they could ultimately face three all-powerful villains in the final episode.
Woll said she hopes that their playthrough of the game inspires others to play for the first time and for, those that are already playing, inspires them to create their own unique adventures.
And if Twitter users are any indication, it has.
"I grew up in the '90s and it was sort of at the end of this satanic panic that surrounded not just 'Dungeons and Dragons' but RPGs (role playing games) in general," Jeanneret, who plays Rikki Huckster on "Relics and Rarities," said in a video posted by Geek & Sundry Wednesday.
"Something was weird about kids getting together in a basement and discussing magic that kind of scared the culture as a whole and it's been cool to see this transition and acceptance both, I think, in large part to Geek & Sundry, Nerdist and Alpha and all of these programs," he said. "We're at the forefront of making it accessible to people."