Podcast Episode Two

Episode Two AoA 2 Review- In this episode I am joined by Paul Rigby.  Paul is a long time WAB player with a huge amount of experience as both a tournament and garage gamer.  We begin our discussion of what we see to be the strengths and weaknesses of the recently released Armies of Antiquity for WAB 2. We cover from Lydian to the Late Macedonian army lists.  We hope you enjoy the show!

This podcast contains explicit content | Download | Duration: 01:23:23

 

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  • 1/15/2012 9:52 AM Dean Motoyama wrote:
    Pat:

    Love the great interviews and thoughts; but that intro is kind of long - at first I thought it was just a soundtrack ! Best, Dean
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  • 1/15/2012 9:43 PM Dean Motoyama wrote:
    Pat:
    Please do a review of the new AoA Early-HRE and Samurai lists. Please tell us your view why teppo were left out of the Late-Samurai lists (or why they stopped at 1500 - conveniently before the introduction of firearms). Best, Dean
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  • 1/16/2012 8:23 AM G.T. wrote:
    Just a note-- Calvary is a place in Israel. Cavalry are mounted warriors.
    It's great to hear people so enthusiastic about WAB. It's on the downturn here in the UK. You guys sound like 40k-ers talking about Space Marines!
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  • 1/16/2012 4:12 PM Adrian wrote:
    Hey Pat, will your podcast be returning to iTunes again?
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  • 1/21/2012 11:06 AM craig wrote:
    I am in Michigan and want to say thanks for talking about waagpaca having ancients this year. I really don't like fantasy but might go now.
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  • 1/26/2012 5:37 AM Shawn at The Madhouse Workshop wrote:
    The Waaghpaca Ancients event is just on the Friday. More information can be found on the Wisconsin Warhammer Forum and Adeptus Windy City.
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  • 1/31/2012 5:08 AM daily game reviews wrote:
    This is a great game to play. If you are also thinking purchasing a game, but never played or heard about its gaming features, then I would suggest you to read game reviews first and then select one of the best game for you.
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  • 2/12/2012 11:32 PM Allan wrote:
    Hi Pat,

    Great to see you guys back on deck! While I have grown up on GW games like 40K and WHFB I am making the transition into historical wargaming and loving it! I now have EIR, Celts, and am starting Dark Ages with SAGA by Gripping Beast which is a great game!

    Happy gaming & best wishes,

    Allan Traise
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  • 2/21/2012 7:16 PM Adrian wrote:
    Welcome to the fold!
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