It’s time to boldly go where no podcast has gone before — by exploring MMO space themes! It’s perhaps the flat-out goofiest and silliest Battle Bards episode to date, so you’re going to have to excuse a whole lot of diversions, arguments, and giggles. Because that’s what space does to people? We do not know.
This episode is also notable for Syl’s all-time greatest quote, “Planets are usually in space.” Usually.
Episode 126 show notes
- Intro (feat. “A New Frontier” from Destiny 2, “Morning Star” from Anarchy Online, and “Centaurus” from Elite: Dangerous)
- “First Light” from Star Citizen
- “The Cold Science of Supremacy” from WildStar
- “Terran Wander 3” from Earth and Beyond
- “Delta Rising Theme” from Star Trek Online
- “Through a Lush Ravine” from Wurm Online
- “Main Theme” from Black Prophecy
- “Theme Version 2” from Star Sonata
- Which one did we like best?
- Listener notes: Rafael, Bryan, and Katriana
- Jukebox Picks: “Main Theme” from Revenant, “This Way” from The Terminator Sega CD, and “She Came from Outer Space” from A Hat in Time
- Outro (feat. “Surface Tension Conference” from Star Trek Online)
I am so happy to welcome back two of my favorite podcasters Patrick Bromley and Adam Riske to HITM! In this episode we play another round of “Random Movie Memories”.
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This episode contains some very strong language! In this episode of our ongoing series “ICONS”, Dana is joined once again by Jim Hemphill to discuss the career of Quentin Tarantino.
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Tonight Belghast completely crashes and has to reboot, during the intro. Additionally Kodra also crashes at some point during the LARP conversation and we sorta have to move on while he comes back online. It is one of those shows. You have been warned. We talk about GenCon and the convention going experience. We talk a bit about Steambirds Alliance and what a bullet-hell-perma-death-steampunk-bird-mmo is like. If you have enough dashes you can connect any genres! We talk about Monster Hunter World on the PC and how it isn’t quite the dumpster fire that the internet reports it to be. We talk about questing in 4X games and why everyone but Bel seems to think this is an awesome. Then we sorta break down into a lengthy diatribe about Dungeons and Dragons and Pathfinder and which versions were good at what. It’s a Show!
- Kodra visits GenCon
- Convention Experiences
- Here we Go A Larping
- Steambirds Alliance
- Ashgar Needs This Game
- Spryfox Is Awesome
- Realm of the Mad God
- Monster Hunter World PC
- Quests in 4X Games
- Bel Thinks it sounds miserable
- Everyone else loves them
- Starfinder Thoughts
- Pathfinder 2.0 Thoughts
- Devolving into a discussion about D&D Generations
- 3.5 Thoughts
- 4e Thoughts
- Open Gaming License was Awesome
- Bel says some stuff about Palladium Games
- The Public Nature of D&D
- Beginning with 3rd Edition to Now
- Critical Role
- Talking D&D on Talk Shows
Today, Beoulus and Scormus briefly discuss their thoughts on the ArenaNet dev firings a few weeks back, then talk at
Brax pulls this one out of the archives. Back when I was a co-host on MMORPG.com’s Game On podcast, I had the opportunity (along with Ryan Getchell) to interview world renowned composer Inon Zur. I generally consider it the best/most interesting…
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As part of the 2018 Blaugust Reborn Initiative the blogger Chestnut from Gamer Girl Confessions (gamergirlconfessions.com) has challenged us to create some mini podcasts. There is a sequence of questions that we were asked to answer, and in my case I sorta gave some pretty big combo answers for most of them. You can find the full length of questions as part of this blog post (https://gamergirlconfessions.com/2018/07/30/imposter-syndrome-and-your-blog/). Essentially Belghast talks about how he got his start with Tales of the Aggronaut and some general advice to new bloggers.
There is still plenty of time to participate in Blaugust this year so check out http://aggronaut.com/2018/07/09/blaugust-reborn/ for more details.
Tonight we have as show that goes way off course, but often times those are some of our better shows because we follow the passion. Bel talks a bit about Blaugust Reborn and the successes so far. All of the talk about World of Warcraft has lead Tam to go back and play Warcraft 3. We talk about where all of the story beats come from and where World of Warcraft maybe went south around Cataclysm. We also talk about maybe that there should have been a World of Warcraft 2. We talk a bit about the new Richard Garfield game Keyforge and how Magic the Gathering is not actually the game he intended to design. Bel talks a bit about the concept of a Destiny Pen and Paper game which leads into a discussion about Modern Tabletop gaming… and how we need the gaming version of a Country Club.
- Blaugust Reborn
- 88 Participating Blogs So Far
- Warcraft 3
- Where the story comes from
- World of Warcraft
- Storytelling Issues
- Things Went South After Cataclysm
- We Needed World of Warcraft 2
- Everyone likes random decks right?
- Magic the Gathering
- Not the game Garfield actually wanted
- Magic Shifted Over Time
- Rebalancing Magic
- Destiny Pen and Paper
- Fan Built in spite of what Bel thought
- Modern Tabletop Explosion
- Need for Gaming Country Clubs
- We come up with a business model
- Someone else make this a thing
In this episode Dana is joined by Mike Gallagher, Co host of The Amateur Auteurs Podcast to chat about the Star Wars Franchise.
Listen to The Amateur Auteurs in Podcasts. https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-amateur-auteurs/id1113219531?mt=2
Nintendo is suing the owner of a couple of small ROM websites for copyright infringement, to the tune of $100