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'''Matt O'Driscoll''' ([https://twitter.com/OddsOnOD @OddsOnOD]), also known as '''O'D''', is a player on [[The Chain (Stream)|The Chain]]. He appeared in almost every episode of [[Last Game Wins]], and as the host of Chain Reaction.
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'''Matt O'Driscoll''' ([https://twitter.com/OddsOnOD @OddsOnOD]), also known as '''OD'''<ref>https://twitter.com/mattcolville/status/1119827128470474752</ref>, is a player on [[The Chain (Stream)|The Chain]]. He appeared in almost every episode of [[Last Game Wins]], and as the host of Chain Reaction.
   
 
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* After playing OD&D, OD ran [https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/115827/Hero-Kids--Complete-Fantasy-PDF-Bundle-BUNDLE Hero Kids] for his children.
 
* After playing OD&D, OD ran [https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/115827/Hero-Kids--Complete-Fantasy-PDF-Bundle-BUNDLE Hero Kids] for his children.
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This article is about the player. For Leech's imp, see Odie.

Matt O'Driscoll (@OddsOnOD), also known as OD[1], is a player on The Chain. He appeared in almost every episode of Last Game Wins, and as the host of Chain Reaction.

Player Characters[]

The Chain of Acheron[]

OD&D[]

  • OD's dragonborn

Last Game Wins[]

He frequently refers to himself as "the King of Codenames" and, having lost that title, constantly refers to himself as "being back" despite not being back.

Progenitor of Clumpage, the belief system that espouses that one can determine the location of a team's cards in Codenames simply by looking at the layout of the revealed cards.

OD&D[]

He played a feathered second- or third-generation Dragonborn in a pre-stream game, originating the idea the dragonborn have mutated slightly as they are able to reproduce naturally.

Trivia[]

  • After playing OD&D, OD ran Hero Kids for his children.

References[]