The boys get back on air with a buffet of Flames of War chatter. Battle reports, Sydney toy and games festival ranger report, an interview with Matt from the Hall of Heroes (BF stockist), an interview with FoW play testers! What hasn't this episode got?!
With Captain TO's Fall-In tournament behind them, Chris, Judson and the good Captain himself sit down for drinks and a little analysis of the Bolt Actioneering that went on in Lancaster, PA. During the tournament wrap up, they cover many subjects; and as usual, most of the topics are nearly relevant! Terrain and army list composition are two of the many bases covered in this, the Fall-In '13 review episode.
Eric, Luke and Jon are joined by Judson from the Bolt Action Radio Podcast Live at the con. The guys recap the Fall In convention antics and discuss their favortie things from Desperate Measures. A Fall In sanitation report is included. Yuk.
Rich and Jared return in Episode 3, wherein they plumb the depths of the human psyche with a focus on some of the mental pitfalls of gaming, also known as Cognitive Bias. Additionally, the guys take a little time to play and review Jared’s latest favorite game: Android: Netrunner. As usual the guys wrap-up with some talk of video gaming, including a soapbox on commercialization trends in recent games, as well as a look at Batman: Arkham Origins, and a few tips and tricks for War Thunder.
Android: Netrunner link: http://boardgamegeek.com/
Batman Arkham Origins: http://www.
War Thunder: http://warthunder.com/
Speakeasy brings Dano and Judson together with Dave o' War from The LRDG podcast. The three miscreants tear into each other with the ferocity of three skinny pale teenagers at a Kaine show. Dave's next tournament list is offered up as sacrifice to the BARbarians, and the boys talk lots o' shop about it, and Bolt Action in general.
Episode 17 is cocked and ready to rock your ears off with Captain TO, CBax, CH, and Jud With Three Ds. First off, CH tells everyone about the recent tournament at Huzzah, then the good Captain and company get into a preview of the Bolt Action-Action coming up at Fall-In. In the second segment, the most recent FAQ changes are discussed in-depth.
In After Hours, the guys discuss their lists for the team tournament at Fall In, movies, old timey Gooch stories and other semi-random topics.
In Act I, the guys cover their recent adventures, including lots of painting, Dutch armoured cars, a preview AAR, Halloween and other shenanigans. [Editor: When Dirty Jon says Cromwells, he means Churchills]
For Act II, Eric dives in to a historical look at artillery and its effectiveness up to WWII. After that, the guys dive head-first in to the recent Red Bear update from Battlefront. To round out this act, the guys talk Battlefront plastics.
In Act III, the guys hit commonly overlooked rules to include: Night Fight, Spearhead and Gun Tanking.
We join Adam and Winner Dave as they travel up to the Oxford Pairs Event.
In Part 1 the guys talk about what they have been up to, their lists for the events, their expectations and then Winner Dave and Adam butcher some German and Finnish pronunciations as they talk about the lists they will be facing.
In Part 2 the guys are a little hungover as they talk about the first 3 games of the event and Adam's new found hate for using Land Mattresses.
(Note- Adam means the 150 Panzer Brigade and not the 150 Panzer Division in his game 1)
In Part 3 the guys talk about their last 3 games from Oxford, what they would change about their lists and their overall thoughts on the event and the incoming storm!
Rich and Jared come back for the second installment of Outpost 309 wherein they dive into the differences between "Euro" and "Ameritrash" board games. Jared takes a little time to talk about some of the most recent metrics released by Fantasy Flight Games on Netrunner and the guys go over a few more tips and tricks for Warthunder. Enjoy all this and more in the latest episode of Outpost 309.
In this episode, Hecht, CBax, Captain TO, and Judson spend some time with RabidMonkey - forum legend and 3D printing artist nonpareil. Kicking things up a notch, Brad of LRDG fame joins in. An interview cloaked in an interview wrapped in an interview occurs, as there are clearly too many interviewers in this episode. Give it a listen to find out the skinny on 3D printing (not to mention get your hands on 3D prints) and discover a bit more of the story behind the LRDG podcast. Fall-In and shop talk are liberally sprinkled in, for flavor, rounding out this Bolt Action Radio cocktail. Enjoy
Ben, Winner Dave and Adam talk about what they have been up to, some updates on the blog, Tournament Restrictions part 2, an Update for Breakthrough Assault 2 and News from Plastic Soldier Company.
In Part II the Guys ask "HMG's, are they worth it?", 10.1 Deployment and Objective tactics for the Fair Fight missions and look a head to Oxford Pairs.
In After Hours, the guys discuss the impact of RHQ rankings and tournament play. They also discuss the practical applications of seeing players based on rank. We wrap up with talk of Eric's trip to Disney and Universal.
In a super-sized Act I, the boys cover what they have been up to lately, including the Name the Gooch Contest. There is a ton of talk about painting queues board games and epic discussion about the Huzzah Hobbies EW tournament. Luke talks a little about some quality issues and we touch on street barricades. In Act II, Luke talks more about his thoughts on the Japanese and the guys talk Early War in general. In Act III, we talk about commonly overlooked rules and the importance of following the rules for hit allocation and saves.
Judson and Dano waste no time in this episode of Speakeasy, jumping right into some second-level shop talk. First, Dan reveals a secret and talks about his latest list. Later, the boys discuss the less obvious resources involved in making a list, before finishing things off with Judson's latest list theory.
A very list-centric episode, to be sure!
The inaugural episode of Outpost 309 wherein your hosts Jared and Rich outline the goal of their newest podcasting endeavor and establish their gamer/hobbyist credentials for the whole of the Internet. Some recent board games such as The Village, and Suburbia are played and discussed, and the guys focus discussion on the Free-to-play game War Thunder alongside a smattering of other games such as Rome Total War 2, and Splinter Cell: Blacklist.
Editor: This first 'cast was a demo put together by the boys, and we decided to just go with it. Look for improved audio quality in the next episode.
This is the one you've been waiting for! Alessio shows back up at The BAR, and gives the boys the scoop of the year! If you've been looking for specifics on what to expect in the coming months, this is the podcast you need to listen to.
After the interview with Alessio, The BARbarians react, in-depth, to what Mr. Cavatore had to say about the future of Bolt Action; and what would an episode of Bolt Action Radio be without a healthy dose of shop talk? The "gentlemen" round out a big time episode with a big time shop talking session.
Make sure you join us on the forum to share your reactions to Alessio Cavatore's revelations, and share your hopes for what the future books might hold!
The guys freestyle this one with discussion of units that have disappeared from the Flames of War landscape, movies, and deliver some breaking news straight from Battlefront during the podcast!
In Act I, the guys discuss what they have been up to lately. There is talk of painting, basing, and upcoming EW tournament, Eclipse and Descent. In Act II, Eric covers some lists you may have missed recently - from the goofy to the just plain strange. The guys move on to discuss USTDs and high AT Allied assets and the impact on the game. Eric gives a great historical overview of the specialized rounds. In Act III, we dig up some commonly overlooked rules, discuss Fate of A Nation and generally discuss where Battlefront might be going.
WWPD presents Episode 3 of Beyond the Foxholes!
Welcome to Episode 3 of Beyond The Foxholes.
In Part 1
Adam, Ben and Winner Dave talk about what they have been up to, Battlefront News, the rumoured new books and Tournament Restrictions.
In Part 2
The guys start start their new section 10.1 and completely dissect Artillery. Then they look a head to what they are doing in the next month or so
Speakeasy 14 is filled with crunchy shop talk, but is not at all for the faint of heart. For those of you that requested an unedited version of Judson and Dano, this is the episode for you. Joining the hardest of hard rocking amigos for segments are Professor Aruba and LRDG's Mouth of Madness, Lachlan.
In this episode of Bolt Action Radio, Judson, Captain TO, and Baxter dive into the Armies of France and the Allies book. The shop talk flows as well, with chatter on TO's recent tournament, Baxter's big time group demonstration game, a big ol' year in review gets mixed in for good measure. What The Hecht jumps in for a talk about World of Tanks, as well. Everything gets covered! This one runs long, BARbarians, as the patrons were probably too ambitious in their choice of topics; so have a good supply of beverages on hand to make it all the way through episode 14!
WARNING: This After Hours is R-Rated!
The guys discuss encounters with LARPers at Guns of August, Cards Against 'umanity, and Jon's accidental armor. Jon also stirrs the drink with a spirited discussion with Eric about heavy terrain and how it impacts the game and tournaments.
In Act I, the boys come to you LIVE from Guns of August, where Luke and Jon discuss their lists and Eric talks about the tournament. The guys go on in Act II to talk about the tournament results and do a general recap of the Con. In Act III, there is talk of Rules we Forgot and other stuff that comes to mind.