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Review of 2021



Episode 155 – Review of 2021 a.k.a. Recording at the fag-end

New year, new you and new podcast. The lads go over the year that was, 2021, with all its trials, tribulations and great gaming moments.

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Earthdawn



Let’s wind back the clock to where the stories of this podcast began, it’s 1994 and the lads are talking Earthdawn. Cult classic, D&D Done Right, post-apocalyptic fantasy, the history of Shadowrun even – call it what you will. The boys gives you all you need to know on their oft-mentioned favourite game from yesteryear. What is the Step System? What makes Dwarves different? How do magic items become Legendary? Bathe yourselves in an hour of nostalgia and misty-eyed reminiscing of one of the finest games in the back catalogue.

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Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4th Edition



Episode 98 – Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4th Edition
(a.k.a Show Us Your Two-Tailed Comet)

‘So, what are you here for? Adventure? Maybe. Gold? Probably. Justice? Ha, that’s a flexible term! What’s that I see in your eye, that pious gleam? Oh, you want to do the right thing. So long as it’s well enough paid, entertaining, and fits with your political views. Eh, close enough, you’ll do, come inside and I’ll tell you about the job.’

So begins the intro of WFRP 4e, a grim world of perilous of adventure – Baz and Gaz are long time fans and walk through the latest iteration giving sage insights, wistful comments on older editions and generally getting excited about how pretty it is.

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Ennies Nominee Review



Episode 75 – Ennies Nominee Review

The gremlins got into the sound engine again this week and it’s all gone a bit tinny. Never mind, the content is still golden! Maybe electrum. The lads discuss the Ennie Awards happening at Gen Con weekend. What’s with the nominees, the process, the missing games? All is far grist for the mill – get the expert opinion on this year’s entries while the GenCon masses cast their vote.
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