Those crazy gamers from down South (further than Mexico) are back with a new show. Covering over the latest (at the time) in gaming news and views and then moving on to their latest exploits. It's a trip......man!
In this episode Mitch phones in from -- what sounds like --the Moon to talk with the boys about Historicon, and the new Mid-War American book. Shermans, Lees and Stuarts, Oh my!
In this content-laden episode of the Ghost Army Podcast Brad, Bryan, and Seamus are joined by Mark Barber. Mark is the author of the No. 47 Royal Marine Commando list, the Battle of the Bulge campaign book, and of course the forthcoming Papua New Guinea campaign book. The team goes through the book's inspirations, processes, scenarios, new units, and much more.
Give us a listen on the train, while you're painting, whatever. Let us know what you think!
Action packed episode after some time off. Mitch and Sean are at Historicon 2017 where they talk about playing in the FoW I-95 doubles tournament and the Team Yankee event they hosted with Battlefront.
The episode also also features three great interviews with some of the vendors who attended the event; Doc Cummings from Decision Games, John Russell from Warlord Games, and the folks from Shapeways 3D printing.
The next show will be from Gencon in August, so stay tuned for more On the Road.
The LRDG II podcast is back with an another exciting, two part episode.
Welcome to The Ghost Army Podcast! Episode 26 is bursting with freedom as Brad travels to the US and records the cast with an all American cast! Casey, Seamus and Texas's finest, Tyler join the old man as they discuss some pretty exciting rumours about the future of the game that we love so much.
So, we're back! Full steam ahead on the 40k hype-train as we bring you all the news and views that we can find from around the gaming world. We'll take you on a journey through the games that have happened and the games that are coming....
The LRDGII is back with another three hour epic!
In this shortened episode, the boys discuss what they have been up to recently, and their changing levels of interest in FoW and other games. In act two, they look at the newly released “Fog of War” cards and ponder the problems, challenges and the potential excitement these cards will add to Flames of War.
Uncovered in a dusty attic, these tapes were recently found and brought to light. In them, the Baconburger command discusses the second edition of the Bolt Action rules, along with the hits and misses they felt came with the edition change. So hold onto your seats, for another long awaited Baconburger episode!
Welcome to another installment of Bolt Action goodness to paint your all conquering armies too!
The LRDG II: Episode 15 - Operation Sea Lion
Welcome back to another episode of the LRDG II. In this two part edition of the cast, Brad brings old friends on to discuss two subjects that he is extremely excited about. Games Workshop's "newest" game, Shadow War Armageddon and the trial run of The Bolt Action World Series event!
In part one, DaveOwaR and Jeremy from the Red Jokers and Green Dragon Podcasts jump on and the guys talk about their experiences playing SWA and what the game is all about.
In segment two, Brad is joined by Leigh Avery and Dave Munro to critically assess the World Series format of event and to talk Bolt Action in general.
For those of you not interested in hearing about GW games, the Bolt Action discussion begins at the 1:10 mark in the episode.
As always, we at the LRDG love to hear from you. If you have any feedback about this episode, please let us know what you think. You can find the cast by typing the LRDG podcast into Facebook. The page is called "Land O' Misfit Toys: The Home Of The LRDG Podcast.
Thank you for tuning in!
This episode has the guys have some short after-action reports in act One. Act two is a detailed examination of “Desert Rats” and Afrika Korps” which are the new version 4 midwar lists. In the final act they discuss the upcoming release of Command Cards, and the possible changes to the Flames of War tournament and casual player communites once version 4 hits the stores.
The Ghost Army Podcast: Episode 24
Episode 8: Live from Cold Wars 2017
Huge podcast from the "Roadies".... Mitch and Sean head to Lancaster PA for Cold Wars 2017. A very jammed packed episode since we had so much to talk about!
Welcome to episode lucky 13 of the LRDG II!
The LRDG II Podcast Episode 12
In this fun filled episode, Brad is joined by long-time BA player and the TO of the World's Largest Bolt Action Event, Steve Tibbs, for a free-style jazz jam like discussion about the game we know and love.
Steve lays down why Brad shouldn't yawn at US forces in a discussion that heavily revisits the new Battle of the Bulge book. The guys also talk about the M8 Greyhound and how to convert them, enthusiasm, haters, trends in the game and Steve's huge event: Cambridge Too Far.
We invite you to join us and let us know what you think on the LRDG Facebook page. We always read and respond to your comments.
In this episode the guy discuss recent tournaments as well as upcoming events in act one. In act two they do a thorough dissection of the “Volksarmee” book for Team Yankee. In act three, they try to discuss anything but version four -- and fail.
In this Episode Sean and I travel to Bowie Maryland to check out one of the nation's premier ASL events.
We have a lengthy interview with Perry Cocke; one of the owners of Multiman Publishing who produces Advanced Squad Leader. We talk about ASL, other board war games, and the wargame industry. Perry goes over the long history of ASL and board war gaming.
A Big thanks to Andrew Hopson who takes over for Tyler in producing the podcast for a few months.