Podcast Roundup

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Dec 31st, 2014
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It’s that time again for another posting of the podcast produced previously this past week.

As always, there’s a new episode of Removed From Play, episode 105 of Lost Hemisphere Radio, Episode 14 of Privateer’s Primecast, Screaming Heretic 75 (because we can’t just have Privateer-related stuff), and Gamers Behaving Badly.

Removed From Play Season 2, Episode 29

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We are joined by Zosia to discuss Swans and the Anchorman.

Lost Hemisphere Radio 105: Jinglesode 2014

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Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and several other variants on the theme! Your Lost hosts Northblade and Gdaybloke have recorded a short little podcast for you to listen to as you open your presents under the tree (or celebrate the season in whichever manner you prefer). Nothing says “Time with the family!” like listening to half an hour of an Canadian and an Australian butchering other languages in an effort to impart unto you the joy of the season… even if one of them was suffering from a head cold while they were recording. Natterings for your aural orifices!

Privateer Press Primecast Episode 14

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Episode 14 of Privateer Press Primecast has arrived! Join co-hosts Simon Berman and Will Shick as they interview fellow staffers at Privateer HQ. RPG Producer Matt Goetz talks with Simon about Unleashed characters and campaigns. Organized Play Coordinator Will Hungerford shares some thoughts on Steamroller 2015 and an upcoming warjack, Ruin. Lead Writer Doug Seacat returns for Seacat Speaks in which he shares some facts about the holidays of the Iron Kingdoms. Finally, Development Manager David “DC” Carl talks with Will about Engines of Destruction, the new expansion for High Command Faith & Fortune, as well as new WARMACHINE and HORDES models released this month.

Screaming Heretic Ep 75

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Segment One –
Hobby and gaming updates
New 40k releases
What’s in your stocking – What games would you like to get for Christmas / Kwanza / Hanukkah / Yule / Solstice / Festivus, etc.
Cosplay addicts
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Segment Two –
We make game company New Years Resolutions for you!!!! Game companies work hard to bring us stuff we love, so we’re going to help by making their New Years Resolution for them!!!!! – Name some of your resolutions for gaming companies (GW, Privateer Press, etc.) What would you like to see released in 2015

Year in Review – What are some of your favorite moments of 2014 – what are you looking forward to doing, building, attending, playing in 2015

Thank you all for listening and being part of our gaming family. Happy holidays to everyone! Much love from the Screaming Heretic crew!

‘Gamers Behaving Badly’ Comes to Your Table

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The rules-lawyer, the min-maxer, the character actor, the beleaguered Game Master, and more. We’ve all seen them at gaming tables. We’ve gamed with them. Heck, some of us are them. ‘Gamers Behaving Badly’ takes these players and gives them life in the new, scripted audio comedy series.

With almost every episode based upon a true story at the gaming table, ‘Gamers Behaving Badly’ chronicles the misadventures of a group of tabletop players as they begin a new campaign. ‘Badly’
takes a humorous look on the varied occurrences at the gaming table? from facepalming GM rulings to sneaky abuses of the rules by players, and more. The series debuted December 15th, and
releases a new episode every Monday. Season 1 of ‘Gamers Behaving Badly’ runs for 8 total episodes. Each episode averages 10 minutes in length.

“The show is unique within the gaming community,” said Chris Hussey, creator of the series. “Like a broadcast sitcom, listeners get to know the characters, their stories and what they do at the table each week, as well as travel along for the adventure. We’re hoping gamers identify with the people they hear each week.”
‘Gamers Behaving Badly’ began as a Kickstarter back in August of 2013 as a live-action series. When the project failed to receive funding, Hussey pressed on, reworking the scripts and changing
to an audio only format.

Written produced and edited by Hussey, the show’s characters are voiced by Fear the Boot hosts, Dan Repperger and Wayne Cole, stand up comedian Mikey Mason, Julie Hussey, Sean McHale,
Scott Nelson and Seneca Pressley. Music for the series comes courtesy of Dronolan’s Tower. Sound Effects provided by Syrinscape.

Table Tales is a tabletop gaming entertainment channel providing stories about gamers, for gamers and by gamers. ‘Gamers Behaving Badly’ is the channel’s debut offering.

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