In this episode, our hosts are still sealed in the Baconbunker and obviously the threads of sanity are unravelling. As nobody has been able to play any games for six months, discussion turns to hobby strategies: How to keep motivation going to paint during lockdown, tips and tricks for tackling batch painting, how to prevent burnout, and some thoughts on how to get the best from commission painting from both sides. And a discussion about how putting on your fighting trousers every day even if you are locked in with the Morlocks is important for your sanity.
In which our hosts seal themselves within the safety of the BaconBunker for the duration, emerging only to scavenge the wasteland for toilet paper and beer. Discussion of solo-play systems and campaign design, Hobby tips to keep occupied, and a special guest plague zombie breaks through the containment lines to offer some post-mortem commentary.
(apologies for the audio quality of this episode - it's our first attempt at recording via discord)
In which our fearless leaders are joined by a special guest to discuss such varied topics as designing themed lists around famous films, the new FAQ and it's implications, the global decline in UFO sightings, our forthcoming biblical plague of frogs, 3-d printing Helen Mirren and how to quantify the drug consumption of Black Sabbath in the year 1975.
"We got a lotta problems with you people, and now you're gonna hear about them"
In this episode our hosts (and a special guest) discuss event preparation and organisation (and how not to do it), all comers vs specialized lists, how damn hot it is in Australia at Christmas time and the usual hobby foolishness. It's a true Festivus miracle!
In this episode the lads discuss the new Fortress Budapest book, look at scaling lists to 666 points and how that affects games and list building, and deep-dive into Lachie's Lachie escape from Cambodian kidney thieves, vampiric sandflies, food poisoning and other tropical adventures.
Episode 15 of the Baconburgers. In which our fearless protagonists discuss dealing with "hobby slump", discuss some recent tournaments/events, get to grips with theatre selectors and how best to use them in both friendly and open play, and share some fun memories of recent visits to WW2 museums on 3 continents.
In this episode the lads discuss the first impressions of the new western desert campaign book, talk about building tables, the demise of internet forums and other such foolishness