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The Monday of the year (January), is over. And the Monday of the week is also over. We're into the work week and the year proper now. Can we speed both along with some gaming podcasts? Well, they can't hurt. This week on the dial we have:

Game Classy Episode 226: Roo Elves

Apologies for Steve's audio

Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 221: At the Table with Sara Erickson, Renegade Game’s VP of Sales and Marketing

For this At the Table, we are joined by the incredible, amazing Sara Erickson from Renegade Games. Marty had to keep me on track because this one could have gone on for a very long time. Sara’s background working in a lab was beyond educational and we could have just kept going on about her work. But we do get over the board games and her history in the industry. She has so much knowledge to share and experiences that if you are thinking about getting into the industry, pay attention to her. She also has the vision to keep the industry growing and knowing what it will take to make a game a success. Sara said something very important during the interview that a game is more than a game, it is the community around the game that is so important. Completely agree

Hope you enjoy listening to this very special interview with Sara Erickson, VP Sales and Marketing at Renegade Games

Polyhedron Collider Episode 94: 2021's Most Anticipated Table Top Games

Its the beginning of the year, so its time to look forward to following 12 months and the table top games we are hoping to play in 2021. We'll be running down of the board games and table top roleplaying games we are looking forward to playing over the next year, as well as get our listeners to tell us their most anticipated games.

The Secret Cabal Express Episode 69: Theme, Lore and Backstory in Tabletop Games

In episode 69 Jamie, Steve and Aaron start out by talking about some video games they've been playing lately including, Slay the Spire and Hell Let Loose and transion into a long discussion about how theme, lore and backstory can enrich the gameplay of many tabletop games.