Well, for me, it’s sort of a shortened week, since it’s my first day back in the office. But I know not all of you had that same privilege, so you are looking to speed up the work week as much as possible. I know gaming podcasts help me out. Hopefully they’ll help you out, too.
This week we have: Meeples & Miniatures Episode 204: Hysterical Games; 40K Radio Episode 13: Live at Adepticon; Epic Gaming Night Podcast Episode 101: Listener Q&A; Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 116: Assault of the Giants, Jump Drive, Moons and Chit Chat; The Cardboard Herald Episode 23: Josh Krause, M:TG art dealer; Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 96: Railroad Revolution; and Singled Out Episode 30: Jason’s Union Homework.
Once again the Meeples & Miniatures team get together to catch up with what they have been doing in the hobby over the past week.
In this show we are joined by Rob Alderman from Hysterical Games. We talk about Rob’s gaming background and work history in the wargaming industry, and then chat about how he came to be involved with Hysterical Games and Panzerfauste. We also discuss the other side of Hysterical Games’ business – contract casting.
We hope you enjoy the show.
In this episode, Ashley, Matt, and JF are live in front of a studio audience at Adepticon 2017. They discuss the latest news from Games Workshop, and how the con has gone for them, before taking questions from the audience.
This week Roy, Matt, & Rob Answer Questions from our listeners! We also talk about what we have been playing!
After many attempts to get the segment to rise from the ashes, we were successful in rezzing Chit Chat for this episode. We are honored to have Mandi Hutchinson join the Chit Chat team, so please be sure to be on your best behavior while she is here. However, Suzanne is use to y’all so carry on as normal. In the segment, we tackle the dilemma of how do you cull your games and, without a doubt, there are many ways to look at it. We are just going to present our ways from the simple to the completely ridiculous* and hope that you will contribute some of yours on either the RDTN Guild or Facebook Page.
This week, Jack talks with Josh Krause of originalmagicart.store, the premier source of Magic: The Gathering original artwork and sketches online. We talk about tracking down original paintings lost in time, how to best support artists, why Hurloon Minotaur is the best artwork in all of M:TG, and Josh’s kickstarter to host the first M:TG art show at the GP in Las Vegas 2017.
During this week’s episode:
1) The Pegs discuss recent news and a recent game plays including Fight for Olympus, Kingdomino, Rex and more; and
2) Review the action selection game Railroad Revolution.
Andrew, Martin and Jason discuss Jason’s attempt to take some of the lesser used Union models to a recent tournament.