In a revival of the classic Sixgun show Angels of Death, we get Listener Number One Niklas on board and talk Warhammer for a whole episode.
This episode was recorded almost a month ago, but was much delayed due to Fab being very busy. We are continuing with our efforts to get the show back to a more regular schedule. Please hang in there for a while longer.
Anyway, back to the topics: This episode is all about the Warhams. First, Niklas explains how he got into the hobby. In fact, Dave and Fab were instrumental in pulling him back in.
Mike talks about the Black Library books he’s read since the last episode he was on.
Finally, Dave summarises all the Warhammer news that have been happening. Alas, by the time you hear this, none of this will be news to you. Blame Fab.
We end the show with some feedback and introduce the Repository of the Sigillites – let us know what you think! Get in touch via Twitter, by joining the Sixgun Discord or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to Bytemark for graciously providing bandwith for this podcast.
This is a long one. Dave, Mike and Fab talk Warhammer 40K, Kill Team and also give a short review of The Bard’s Tale IV.
We start the show off with some housekeeping. Fab has recently backed two Kickstarter projects that you might find interesting: Encased, the RPG made by Char’s friend Slava and also Things From the Flood, a Simon Stålenhag RPG.
Before a retweet this morning, I had no idea who @simonstalenhag was. Now, I‘m already ordering his books on Amazon and am planning to hang a print of his in my flat… I just fell into a huge maelstrom of wonder looking at his paintings… pic.twitter.com/EjyWLShuEq
Before we disappear into the holidays, we deliver a massive episode with the best of what GNR has to offer: A hilarious Mozilla fuckup, a Star Citizen rant, a Star Wars review, our Games of the Year and some video game Warhammer.
As part of the site redesign, Fab has changed the Sixgun logo and GNR album art a bit. We hope you like the new look.
For the last time in 2017, we address your feedback. Including a weird discussion of playing card suits. We will be back in January of 2018. Until then, have a merry Christmas and a bloody good party to ring in the new year!