Alright. We're back into the week pretty solidly. It's Tuesday and that means we're making regular pace to the weekend again. We'll get there, and perhaps listening to some gaming podcasts will help speed things along.
Today on the dial we have: Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk Episode 60: TimeWatch and Swords of the Serpentine with Kevin Kulp; Geeks of the North Episode 82: Gen Con Protocol; Chance of Gaming Episode 35; Meeples & Miniatures Episode 273: Mind Over The Realms; Tabletop Talk Episode 33: Kirai (Resurrectionits) Deep Dive with Jamie Varney; Tabletop Talk Episode 34: The Dreamer (Neverborn) Deep Dive with Matthew Peterson; Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 176: Empires of the North, Warcry, Abomination, Catan Switch version; Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 177: Pathfinder 2nd Edition Review (Compared to 1st Edition and DnD 5e); Game Classy Episode 193: Gencon 2019; Singled Out Episode 94: Talking Season 4.2 Errata with Bryce and Steve Cole; The Secret Cabal Episode 188: Carnival of Monsters and Emergent Narrative in Board Games; and Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 152: Chronicles of Crime.
This week, Morrus and Peter are joined by Kevin Kulp to talk about his games TimeWatch and Swords of the Serpentine. In the news, Pathfinder 2nd Edition released at Gen Con, Shadowrun 6th Edition already has a 10 page errata, the winners of the Diana Jones Award and the ENnies, Green Ronin picks up a big license, a celebrity-driven Dungeons & Dragons book teased, The Adventure Zone getting an RPG, and a lot more! Plus a brand new sketch and Our Favorite Game in All the World!
This week, we have Yaum on and we chat about the most exciting preview from Gen Con for us, Marvel Crisis Protocol. We also talk about the Ratman Warriors by Punga Miniatures, and the Third Breakfast kickstarter by Westfalia Minatures.
So sit back, relax, grab a paintbrush and enjoy the show!
In which just Adam talks about mostly a X-wing Hyerspace trial
In this show usual hosts Neil Shuck & Mike Hobbs are joined by Alex Ley, who recently organised an Age of Sigmar narrative campaign event – Mind Over The Realms – which raised money for the mental health charity MIND.
- 00:00 – Introduction – we get to know Alex as he talks about his gaming background
- 35:20 – Confessional – Time to own up to all those hobby purchases we have made recently.
- 1:26:11 – Our Hobby – We all talk about our recent gaming and painting.
- 1:48:28 – Mind Over The Realms – we look back at this recent charity gaming event and discover its background and inspiration in discussion with Alex
- 2:22:36 – Outtro – Closing thoughts.
We hope you enjoy the show.
Join Craig as his guest Jamie Varney reveals why Resurrectionists are so excited about Kirai in Malifaux 3rd Edition. A must-listen for anyone that plays the crew and great opposition research for those that play against them.
Join Craig and his guest, Matt Peterson, as they discuss The Dreamer in Malifaux 3rd Edition. Matt reveals how he runs Dreamer and his crew, what upgrades are essential and the models that make up his crew. Near the end we learn how to counter this potent keyword.
This episode includes a Scurry Report on Empires of the North. The Connell gentlemen talk about the new Warcry miniature game. And Marty tries to channel me in a discussion on the Plaid Hat Game Abomination.
In this special episode of RDTN, Marty is joined by his sons, Adam and Travis, to discuss the brand new 2nd edition of Pathfinder. They’ll talk about the history of Pathfinder, compare the differences between the 1st and 2nd of Pathfinder, compare and contrast the 2nd edition with Dungeons & Dragons 5e. And in conclusion, give recommendations to the audience based on RPG experience.
Joe's Gencon roundup
In this episode Andrew talks to Bryce and Steve Cole about the season 4.2 errata, what has changed and how much Veteran Boar has been nerfed.
Hey Now Everyone! In today's episode Chris has some family things to take care of but we have Don sitting in for the show! We talk about some great games we've been playing and give you a feature review of Carnival of Monsters from the legendary designer Richard Garfield. Then Tony T takes over the mics to give you all the most important tabletop gaming news stories out there while the rest of us chirp in the background. And finally we discuss emergent narratives in board games.
During this week’s episode:
1) The Pegs discuss GenCon 2019 and their recent game plays including Ishtar, Reavers of Midgard, Isle of Cats and many more;
2) All the Pegs review the cooperative mystery game Chronicles of Crime; and
3) Look back at Thunderstone Quest.