Fabian A. Scherschel
Übersee Hopfen IPA
David M. Nicholas
Shiraz from South Australia
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As part of our pre-Christmas recording marathon, another episode hits the airwaves. This time, Fab and Dave are talking Brexit, Magic: The Gathering, esports and Pokémon: Let’s Go.
We start the show with some inevitable Brexit discussion and wonder what would happen, if
Andy Serkis replaced Theresa May.
Obsidian Entertainment has announced
. And it looks like it could beat both Fallout and Mass Effect at their respective games… The Outer Worlds
We digest the latest news that
. It then slowly sinks in that the Magic: The Gathering is going all in on esports Pro Tour is dead.
This turns into some general Magic chat, including our recent playing experiences on Arena. Here’s
the Izzet Drakes deck Dave’s been playing.
To round out the show, Dave reviews
and explains what the latest Pokémon hype is all about. Pokémon: Let’s Go
We have no feedback this time as the previous episode wasn’t released when we recorded this one. We’ve been on
a mad podcast recording binge.
If you have some comments on the show, you can talk to us
via Twitter, on GitLab or by joining the Sixgun Discord and talking to us directly.
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David M. Nicholas
Ceres Top & Arnbitter
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:
, the RPG made by Char’s friend Slava and also Encased , a Simon Stålenhag RPG. Things From the Flood
Dave mentions the now-defunct
. BattleCon Kickstarter project
Check out Dan’s new podcast:
. Tales of the Unattested
In other news,
and Der Letzte Bulle is getting a movie Hulkoff is releasing a new single. There’s also a new coming and Wargaming is opening a studio in Guildford. Battletech boxed game
Fab gives a quick review of
, which we kinda hoped has a multiplayer mode but it hasn’t. It does have The Bard’s Tale IV Julie Fowlis, however.
We then get into the main meat of the show. Several hours of Warhammer talk, including
and Kill Team Kill-Teams. Dave has been very busy building terrain for it and he explains it in scientific detail.
Dave has read many
Gaunt’s Ghosts books and mentions how they strongly resemble Sharpe. Mike has finished and tells us about it. We also discuss our Wolfsbane #4Feldherren progress, or lack of it. Warhammer 40,000: Conquest – What evil is this???
Apropos of nothing:
Dawn of Amber.
We close the show with
We’re freezing in Hamburg, Birmingham and Dublin under the sway of The Beast from the East. To keep ourselves warm, we fight about women Space Marines and Divinity: Original Sin II.
It’s very cold, so we discuss our various cultural means of dealing with
THE BEAST FROM THE EAST.
Fab’s been creating
beautiful wallpapers from maps and fighting Pro 7, no sorry PRO SIEBEN, on Twitter. Meanwhile, Mike and Dave are discussing feminist Space Marines.
We also discuss the “
Legion of Dave” by Leakycheese. Also: Sisters of Battle represent!
We’ve been putting it off for way too long, so now we finally talk about our opinions on,
by many accounts the best game of 2017, . Divinity: Original Sin II
. Oh yeah, and The Crate & Crowbar‘s D&D session #4feldherren is back!
is out and brings some new content. Part of that is better missions and a very, very sexy ship. Contrary to what Fab said on the show, you don’t need an Alliance naval rank to buy it. Still, it’s confusingly named the Alliance Chieftain. Elite Dangerous: Beyond
Just look at that ass!
revisit the Passion Planner. Apparently it is the best selling personal organiser on US Amazon now.
As is traditional, we end the show by talking about
your feedback. And remember: Read , kids! The Shadow over Innsmouth
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Mike’s back and brings a massive amount of Warhammer 40K topics to the table. Dave and Fab talk Star Trek: Discovery, The Witcher and how to keep drone batteries from exploding.
After the usual introductory bants, we discuss the latest the latest episode of
and how Warhammer 40K it has become. Star Trek: Discovery
Fab’s been reading
The Last Wish, the first book in the Witcher series and he’s started on the first game as well. There also seems to be a Netflix series in the cards.
Dave’s drone battery storage.
Meanwhile, Dave has bought a drone and is very worried the battery might explode.
The meat of the show is made up of all the
Warhammer 40,000 related topics Mike brought along.
Mike’s Knights of the Crimson Grail
We talk about Mike’s Knights of the Crimson Grail as well as the books
by Nick Kyme and Old Earth by Aaron Dembski-Bowden. Aaron has Black Legion a blog that is well worth reading.
Cover art of Old Earth by Nick Kyme (Image: Black Library)
Black Library has a new
submission window open at the moment. This might be our chance to get published by Games Workshop and we ponder that we might make this the next challenge for the Vier Feldherren. The BL Bolthole might be of use here.
Fab is overcome by a minor rant on
Games Workshop’s kerning.
We also discuss
Operation SOAP and the fact that Boris Becker is missing his trophies. Yes, several of them. Oh, Boris and his shenanigans.
At the end of the show, we discuss feedback received from you, our listeners. This includes
more information on the weird Xbox CPU bug Dave mentioned and also wood fire ovens.