Hosts Jonathan J. Reinhart and Tom Barbalet have a fun-filled time discussing a myriad of topics. Tom cites the rebirth of Neil Shuck’s Incoming 2.0 Podcast, which Neil credits Jonathan as the inspiration. Jonathan opens the mail bag with listener feedback covering Warlord Games’ Black Powder rules. He explains the problems with episodes 50 and 51. He also recounts the previous trip to Rockport, which leads Tom into a discussion of casting your own models.
Jonathan dedicates part of the show to the annual Battleground Games & Hobbies 40k Megabattle. Jonathan chats about planning for attending Huzzah Con 2011 in Portland, Maine run by the MHWA. Tom briefly foreshadows his joint review with Neil Shuck of the Force on Force rules by Osprey Publishing.
Tom then explains deceased estate sales, their importance, and why gamers need to start estate planning regardless of their age. This serves as the bulk of the show. An update is given on the Field of Chaos contest.
The show winds down with the the Music to Game By segment is back with Bailey Records’ “Bailey Records Fanfare/Age of Apocalypse from Stratos’ album Warlands The Sountrack and the new Battlegames Magazine promo and.
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