The boys talk about Iron Wind Metals miniatures, Warhammer 40k in vice, a tale of the blume brothers, and how the seventh sea devs recommend you deconstruct religion in your game. (For safety reasons the deconstructing religion podcast and vice article will not be linked. Seek them out at your own peril).Continue reading “Little Wars 48: Convection-Spreading”
Mongoose and Jack are joined by Myles to discuss GW and their lies.
Jack and Mongoose talk about liquor, painting miniatures, camouflage, the VDV, and dead podcasts about dead games. All this and more, in Mongoose’s return to the show!
Jon, Jack, and Mongoose talk more about battletech, RPGs, lasers, the apocalypse, and lyme disease.
Mongoose, Jon, and Jack have a fun and freewheeling time talking about Edge of Empire, session 0, and shilling Ryuutama. Then Jack and Mongoose talk with Myles Poland about how to save money by spending your time 3d printing plastic dudes.
Jack, Mongoose, and Jon all talk about painting, a brief battle report, pathfinder version 2, and Ryuutama.
Jack, Jon and Mongoose strap in for a review of edge of empire. After surviving Mongoose’s yoda impression Mongoose then tortures them with talk of 1984 afghansty VDV miniatures. They finish it off with deep thoughts about ‘consent’ and ‘safety’ mechanisms in games.
Jack and Mongoose talk about contrast paints while Jon attempts to maintain his sanity. Jon and Mongoose dab on warhammer 40k. Mongoose reviews more Flames of War stuff, and Jon talks about the board game pandemic. All this and more await you, in this week’s Little Wars.
Jon, Mongoose, and Jack join up for our best episode yet. Mongoose and Jack bore Jon to death with a discussion of Team Yankee and air units in war games. They then revive Jon with discussion of Magic the Gathering card art. Following a brief discussion of RPG gming techniques, we review MYFAROG, Varg’s own game. Continue reading “Little Wars Episode 27: The Quenchiest”
In this nearly lost episode of Little Wars Jack and Mongoose talk about war games, miniature painting and the like for some time. There was audio trouble, but thanks to our great audio guy you’d never guess it.