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And we've made it to Tuesday. I hope your Monday was all good. Mine was alright. Though the leftovers I had for lunch were apparently slightly too leftover. Oh well. I have frozen chicken. Gotta get back to doing hot sauce reviews, anyway. In the meantime, let's get some podcasts in your ears. This week on the dial we have:

40k Radio Episode 67: The Latest from GW

In this Episode we discuss the “controversial” decision by GW to not allow 3D printed models at their events…which they’ve never done anyway! We also take a look at Dominion and talk about all sorts of Beast Snagga goodness.

Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 101: UK Games Expo 2021

This last weekend was UK Games Expo 2021. Andy went along and saw a surprising amount of game considering the smaller event.

The Secret Cabal Episode 236: Beyond the Sun, Lookback at 2020 Part 1 and Its Not My Jam

The Cabal is back for another jam-packed episode! Today the gang welcomes Tony to the Cabal studios and we hear a little bit about his trip across the country. Then the gang goes into some of the games they've been playing including Underwater Cities, Lords of Vegas, Chinatown, Torres, Oath and Nanty Narking. Then Don and Jamie feature Beyond the Sun and look back at the games reviewed in the first 6 months of 2020. Then Tony T hooks us up with this news segment and the Founders finish off the show by discussing games and game styles they just don’t enjoy.

D6 Generation Pip Episode 79: D&D Live Session 30: Hodor!

In which we learn why every party needs a Hodor.

Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 235: Merv, Castle Party, Sylvion, Snakesss, Bojangles Chicken Sandwich

Merv is a game that created some debate for the show. It is one of those debates of “How can you not really enjoy this?” Or, “You liked this, then you got to like that.” Sometimes the games we play do cause us to have differing opinions and not about rather if game is good or not, but about our own personal tastes in what we like about games. There is no doubt that the game is solid, but it is fun to see our different reactions and opinions. It is like we were not evening sitting at the same table when playing. But that happens and that is fine. Thank goodness there are opportunities to play it again.

Be sure to pay attention to the Miniature Market spot for a contest announcement, we kind of slipped that one in there.