A podcast about The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game, which is a Living Card Game by Fantasy Flight Games. Join the crew as they explore the world of LotR:TCG, keeping things casual and fun.
A podcast about The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game, which is a Living Card Game by Fantasy Flight Games. Join the crew as they explore the world of LotR:TCG, keeping things casual and fun.
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The Grey Company (TGC) covers The Lord of the Rings living card game in depth. Each episode delves into a particular subject on the popular game, from deck building and meta-game to specific quest strategies and lore.
Rank #1: 63 - Book Club XXI - Pyres & Healing.
Dan, Derek, and Ian keep the book club chugging along as we have a look at the aftermath of the great battle: The Pyre of Denethor and The Houses of Healing are coming up!
Rank #2: 64 – Book Club XXII – Debate at the Gate.
Dan, Derek and Matthew discuss the new digital Living Card Game and spend some time cracking into The Last Debate and The Black Gate Opens, as we finish book 5 in our book club!
Join hosts Sean, Ian, Nick and Scott as they discuss Fantasy Flight's Arkham Horror Living Card Game!
Rank #1: Mythos Busters Ep. 044: MoanFest 2018.
We have a Patreon! - https://www.patreon.com/MythosBustersSpecial thanks to Andre Fairweather and Heidi Blair.Call us and leave a message at 203-493-MYTH (6984)Featured Articles:Return to the Dunwich Legacy - https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2018/9/5/return-to-the-dunwich-legacy/Arkham Nights 2018 Tickets are on sale - https://www.showclix.com/event/arkham-nights-2018Join us on Discord!Follow us on Facebook or Twitter and subscribe to us on YouTube!Email us at Mythosbusterspod@gmail.com
Rank #2: Mythos Busters Ep. 041: Bilbo Baggage.
SPOILERS for The Forgotten Age in this episode!Sean, Ian, Scott & Nick sit down and discuss the first two scenarios in The Forgotten Age!Special thanks to Andre Fairweather and Heidi Blair.Call us and leave a message at 203-493-MYTH (6984)Community Highlights:Arkham Audio YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCRAWeQgdZO2wFlSwC6nQvAFeatured Articles:The Depths of Yoth - https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2018/7/3/the-depths-of-yoth/Designer Journal: Arkham Types - https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2018/7/13/arkhamtypes/Join us on Discord!Follow us on Facebook or Twitter and subscribe to us on YouTube!Email us at Mythosbusterspod@gmail.com
The blog for the podcast Drawn To The Flame, in which Peter and Frank discuss Arkham Horror: The Card Game, a cooperative living card game of Lovecraftian horror.
Rank #1: Episode 3: Allies.
Drawn to the Flame, episode 3: AlliesPeter and Frank begin a discussion of those unlikely men and women (and creatures!) an investigator of Arkham Horror: The Card Game might want to keep around. That's right, this episode we're talking... allies.Note: this podcast was recorded in mid-January 2017, at the same time as episodes 1 and 2. Thank you for audio-quality feedback; we'll fix it from episode 5 onwards. We've got things to try and hexes to cast to make it a tad better, and we're trying a new intro with (hopefully) better audio quality in this episode.Spoiler policy: we'll happily discuss player cards up to and including the Miskatonic Museum mythos pack.We'll skirt around encounter cards included in that pack, but talk freely about encounter cards in the core set and Dunwich Legacy.If you've taken the time to send us feedback on reddit, discord, the ffg forums, by text message or email: thank you. There are contact details at the end of episodes 2 and 4.Listen on iTunes: right hereSubscribe to our RSS via Feedburner: right hereDirect download: right here
Rank #2: Episode 93: Did You Think Azathoth Had Forgotten You?.
Join Peter and Frank as they go toe to toe with the blind idiot god itself, Azathoth... aka Matt Newman, lead developer of Arkham Horror: The Card Game. Which is kind of convenient given this is a podcast all about Arkham Horror: The Card Game! Huge thank you to Matt for joining us for a post-The Forgotten Age debrief. We get a chance to talk player cards with Matt, including the seal mechanic and relics, then go through the scenarios of the cycle and delve into some of the knottier questions around TFA. Was it a harder cycle? Was Alejandro really that untrustworthy? Are snakes actually bad? And then, finally, we take a look at The Circle Undone and what's ahead in the game. Tickets for Arkham in Flames, 9 & 10 March 2019, on sale here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/arkham-in-flames-2019-tickets-51408313650Amazing logo courtesy of this guyJoin Drawn to the Flame on Patreon: www.patreon.com/drawntotheflameListen on iTunes: right hereSubscribe to our RSS via Feedburner: right hereDirect download: right hereEmail us on firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter is here and Facebook is here.Thank you, as ever, and ever so much, for listening and subscribing!
Hosts Sean, Ian and Scott of the Mythos Busters Podcast spend their time exploring, reviewing, and discussing the individual cards of Arkham Horror: The Card Game
Rank #1: The Miskatonic AV Club Ep 003: Core Set Rogue.
Only Third Period left until lunch hour. But the staff seems to be serving some strange calamari dish... and the tentacles are still wriggling. Anyways, here's Professor Sean, Ian and Scott's breakdown of the Rogue cards from the Core Set of Arkham Horror The Card Game!Special thanks to Andre Fairweather.Check out the Mythos Busters Podcast.Follow us on Facebook or Twitter and subscribe on YouTube!Email us at Mythosbusterspod@gmail.com
Rank #2: The Miskatonic AV Club Ep. 030: Forgotten Age Guardian Cards.
Scott and Frank from the Drawn to the Flame Podcast talk about the Guardian cards from The Forgotten Age Deluxe Expansion.Special thanks to Andre Fairweather.Call us and leave a message at 203-493-MYTH (6984)Check out our Patreon!Join us on Discord!Follow us on Facebook or Twitter and subscribe to us on YouTube!Email us at Mythosbusterspod@gmail.com
Audio-only versions of original video content created for The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game and Warhammer 40,000: Conquest, each a Living Card Game published by Fantasy Flight Games.
Rank #1: The Long Dark | LOTR LCG | Progression Series Episode 17.
Mitch Desgrosellier ("The Hive Tyrant"), and co-host Matthew Dempsey play through the scenario “The Long Dark,” a quest from the Dwarrowdelf cycle of Adventure Packs for The Lord of the Rings: the Card Game, a one to four player solo or cooperative Living Card Game, published by Fantasy Flight Games.This is an episode of The Lord of the Rings: the Card Game Progression Series, in which our co-hosts re-experience this Living Card Game from its very beginning. Together, they discuss and subsequently play through all available, official products and expansions for LOTR LCG sequentially, restricting themselves to building decks using only player cards which were available to them at the time of each individual product’s original retail release. However, though our co-hosts are using only a limited card pool, they will adhere to all errata and rulings contained within the most up to date version of the official FAQ, hopefully making this series informative and entertaining to those players both new to the game and veteran alike.Your interaction and encouragement helps me stay motivated to contribute to the LOTR LCG community.Support The Hive Tyrant: http://patreon.com/TheHiveTyrantAudio-only versions of The Hive Tyrant content: http://soundcloud.com/TheHiveTyrantFollow The Hive Tyrant on Twitter: http://twitter.com/The_Hive_TyrantFollow The Hive Tyrant Facebook page for announcements and updates: http://facebook.com/TheHiveTyrant
Rank #2: The Long Dark | LOTR LCG | Evaluation Series Episode 16.
Mitch Desgrosellier ("The Hive Tyrant"), and co-host Matthew Dempsey together provide their assessment and evaluation of the player cards from The Long Dark, the fourth Adventure Pack of the Dwarrowdelf cycle. This set of cards is part of an expansion for The Lord of the Rings: the Card Game, a one to four player solo or cooperative Living Card Game, published by Fantasy Flight Games.This is an episode of The Lord of the Rings: the Card Game Progression Series, in which our co-hosts re-experience this Living Card Game from its very beginning. Together, they discuss and subsequently play through all available, official products and expansions for LOTR LCG sequentially, restricting themselves to building decks using only player cards which were available to them at the time of each individual product’s original retail release. However, though our co-hosts are using only a limited card pool, they will adhere to all errata and rulings contained within the most up to date version of the official FAQ, hopefully making this series informative and entertaining to those players both new to the game and veteran alike.Your interaction and encouragement helps me stay motivated to contribute to the LOTR LCG community.Support The Hive Tyrant: http://patreon.com/TheHiveTyrantAudio-only versions of The Hive Tyrant content: http://soundcloud.com/TheHiveTyrantFollow The Hive Tyrant on Twitter: http://twitter.com/The_Hive_TyrantFollow The Hive Tyrant Facebook page for announcements and updates: http://facebook.com/TheHiveTyrant
Dave Walsh and Grant Thompson spend a few minutes each podcast discussing the cards from Lord of the Rings: The Card Game by Fantasy Flight Games.
Rank #1: Guest Host Caleb Grace 2.
Caleb returns to the show to talk about a contract, The Grey Wanderer. But, admittedly, this show is about so much more than just a contract. We talk about the cycle, some of the inspiration behind cards in the cycle. It was a great discussion and we're always grateful for the time that Caleb gives us!
Rank #2: Guest Host Beorn (Dan Poage).
We present to you everyone's favorite bear/Human skin changer: Beorn. Dan is famous for his blog, HallofBeorn.wordpress.com and the search engine associated with it, HallofBeorn.com. He is also one of the hosts of a podcast that's been around forever, The Grey Company. Spend a little time with us discussing his favorite player card, Hero Beorn (go figure!). Support us on patreon: https://patreon.com/cardtalk2018
A monthly podcast focusing on Fantasy Flight Games’ Lord of the Rings LCG. Join hosts Ryan (Mr Underhill), Liam (Pippin/Gandalf) and Joseph (Sam) for card reviews, various in depth discussions and all things LOTR LCG.
Rank #1: Episode 4 - Ghost of Framsburg & Monosphere Decks.
Liam, Ryan and Joseph review Ghost of Framsburg and the accompanying player cards and have a discussion on building and playing monosphere decks for the Lord of the Rings Living Card Game.
Rank #2: Episode 5 - Mount Gundabad & Undervalued Cards.
Ryan, Liam and Joseph review player cards from the Mount Gundabad Adventure Pack, talk a bit about the quest itself, then discuss a variety of player cards that may have fallen out of use by many players but may be worth putting back in your decks.
When the stars are right, Manfromleng delves too deep into the Arkham Horror LCG, a living card game by Fantasy Flight Games.
Rank #1: Livestream - The Adventures of Wendy Adams.
Join Manfromleng and Wendy Adams as they enter the catacombs of Paris in The Pallid Mask, the fourth scenario in The Path to Carcosa cycle for the Arkham Horror LCG. Is Survivor Grisly Totem (3) worth playing? Let's find out! CC licensed music from the album Lovecraft Memories by Zreen Toyz. Contact email@example.com.Direct DownloadYouTubeiTunesGoogle Play
Rank #2: Livestream - The Adventures of Roland Banks and Joe Diamond - The Untamed WIlds.
Join Manfromleng, Roland Banks and Joe Diamond as these city slickers wander into the jungle in The Untamed Wilds, the first scenario in The Forgotten Age cycle for the Arkham Horror LCG. CC licensed music from the album Lovecraft Memories by Zreen Toyz. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Direct DownloadYouTubeiTunesGoogle Play
The original AGOT: LCG podcast.
Rank #1: The White Book S10E41– 398.
This week Will, Aaron, Roy, and Scott discuss the relative power level of every agenda in the game.Music by Spinozar.Consider supporting us on Patreon. It keeps the show running and we like to turn it back into cool stuff for the community.
Rank #2: The White Book S10E17– 374.
This week Will, Aaron, and Scott chat about new preview cards and discuss control archetypes in the current metagame.Music by Spinozar.Consider supporting us on Patreon. It keeps the show running and we like to turn it back into cool stuff for the community.
A podcast dedicated to solitaire board gaming.
Rank #1: 1P 020 - Nemo's War.
This latest show is all about Victory Point Games and it's a big one! First off I give a brief overview of the company's origins and then get into a look at the States of Siege game series. Then, there is an interview with Tom Decker who has designed a number of solitaire friendly games published by VPG. Finally, I look at Nemo's War by Chris Taylor.Victory Point Games' website.Nemo's War on BGG.Tom Decker on BGG.States of Siege on BGG.
Rank #2: 1P 123 - Aeon's End.
Welcome to the 1 Player Podcast version 2.0. Albert drives through the BGG awards for best games of 2016, focusing on the games that are solitaire friendly (including co-ops, wargames, and print and plays). Let us know if the BGG awards are something you feel make a strong influence (like Albert) or are more of an overrated popularity contest (like Julius) or somewhere in between.Then, Julius takes a more thorough look at the results of our Audience Participation Poll and announce a number of changes we are making to the format of the show in response to the survey results (including fixing the show at 60 minutes, segmenting our reviews, removing Whats It Missing, and many other changes). If you think we've gone too far or can make other changes, please let us know, especially if there are any topics or segments you would recommend we cover in the future.We also announce our brand new Patreon! More details in the show, but we are opening up a Patreon to help us increase the depth of coverage on the show and other benefits.After all that, Julius and Albert review Aeon's End, a deckbuilding game set in a magic using dystopian realm. We employ our new methods of game review, including our overall likes and dislikes. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/1PlayerPodcast BGG Awards (00:01)Audience Participation Poll (00:09)Aeon's End review (00:32)Contest Winner (01:04)
We’ve spent over a decade in the tabletop gaming space, as content creators, local store owners, and online retailers. Now it’s time to answer your questions, dive into complex topics, and have an incredible amount of fun along the way -- featuring exclusive updates, candid dialogue, and fascinating interviews with designers, publishers, and visionaries.
Rank #1: 105: Marvel Champions - The Perfect LCG?.
Marvel Champions does a lot of things right, but its most important features may well be found in the nuts and bolts of packaging and distribution. We dive into that, using examples from past LCGs, and also spend a bit of time discussing the surprising number of design and deck building levers hidden in the system - because we can't help it. Visit our website: https://teamcovenant.com
Rank #2: 115: Marvel Champions Releases.
Today is the official release date for the Marvel Champions Living Card Game, and we take a moment to soak it all up, discussing the strategy guide, unexpected favorite decks, Cosmic Tokens, and Champions Weekend. Find all previous casts, as well as learning content and products on our website: https://teamcovenant.com
Your hosts Chris, Eady and Lane have a chat about what has been floating their boat recently. Come in and stay a while. We hope you like it
Rank #1: Episode 96: Netrunner and Representation w/ Damon Stone.
In this episode our heroes are joined by former lead designer of Netrunner Damon Stone. A year out from Damon leaving Fantasy Flight we talk about his feelings on the Revised Core Set and Terminal Directive. We also discuss the importance of representation of non-white people in Netrunner and Damon shares with us his experiences of being a black man in the board game industry.
Rank #2: Episode 3: True Loathing.
In this episode our heroes discuss True Colors AND Fear and Loathing. Two data packs in one podcast? Now that's value! Also discussed is Eady's white tree deck; teaching beginners and the background of Thomas Hass.
A podcast covering News, Strategy and Community for the Legend of the Five Rings Living Card Game.
Rank #1: Episode 65: Victories and Ramblings .
This week we have Shey, Kilian, Balthis, and Shen on to talk about Shen's Houston Kotei win, Balthis's crushing of Fro's Hatamoto dream, and Kilian getting Unicorn Hatamoto. We also get really distracted and start talking about cards from packs 3 and 4 of elemental cycle and the things that got spoiled on facebook. Also be sure to join us on social media: Facebook: The Jade Throne Podcast Twitter: @thejadethrone Email: email@example.com
Rank #2: Episode 76: A Beacon of Wholesome Positivity.
This week we have Shey, Aneil, and Fro talking about a couple of Scorpion cards then going off on to some lengthy tangents. So you know what you have come to expect from us. If you like the cast be sure to give us a review on the podcast platform of your choice helps us spread the cast to those who might not otherwise see it! Also be sure to join us on social media: Facebook: The Jade Throne Podcast Twitter: @thejadethrone Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A terrible "A Game of Thrones the Card Game (Second Edition)" podcast.The music in our podcast opening, during the first season, is "Fight the Sea" by Josh Woodward, the 2C1C classic
Rank #1: Season 3, Episode 15: Do you hear the people sing?.
The Second Sons are back together for the first time in many an episode! The WHOLE cast (including Sandy from an undisclosed location) are joined by Jesse Carpenter for a full-throated discussion of the meta and the latest drama in the community. The Sons kick things off with a recap of a spat of recent tournaments then move on to the upcoming card drought from FFG, to the Bansday drama that saw Sandy leave the AGoT 2.0 Facebook group and Buzz (and others) get banned. A lot of shit is talked and several listener/viewer questions answered! This episode is back to the brim with drama, so it is not one to miss!If you want to follow a visual history of the Bansday drama Buzz has complied it here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1A2zY6Ct0KKchSQGoxuR7RjQGeF0BX0Fx
Rank #2: Season 3, Episode 12: The Very Best Thompson.
In our second Buzzless episode the crew is joined by Jess Thompson (Team USA/Indy meta) to discuss the latest and greatest in Game of Thrones: the Card Game
One Stop Co-Op Shop is a podcast about cooperative boardgames. This podcast has revolving hosts every other week.Every other week we take one game and break it down (the good, the bad and our overall impressions). After we discuss the game we have a design discussion about one of the parts of the game. This podcast is hosted by Peter Gousis and Michael Kelley (MVP Boardgames).On the other weeks Steve Kingsley and Colin Degnan (One Stop Co-Op Shop)host. They discuss the latest news in cooperative boardgaming and have a feature topic.To join in more discussion about cooperative boardgames join us in our BGG Guild at https://boardgamegeek.com/guild/3004. To contact Peter and Mike email MVPBoardgames@gmail.com. To contact Steve and Colin email OneStopCoOpShop@gmail.com.
Rank #1: 84: Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-Earth and Design Discussion.
This week Peter and Mike review Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle-Earth and have a design discussion about action resolution options.Check YouTube for playthroughs and reviews - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrOtGhui_jdLdoQNI7PU4PgJoin our Slack - Slack - http://bit.ly/onestopslackFollow us at Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/onestopcoopshopDonate to the channel - https://www.paypal.me/ColinDegnanContact us - email@example.com
Rank #2: 14: Gloomhaven review and Design Discussion.
This week Peter and Mike discuss Gloomhaven with Colin from One Stop Co-Op Shop (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrOtGhui_jdLdoQNI7PU4Pg). The design discussion focuses on using cards for Action Selection. Here are the links to some apps that will help you speed up your Gloomhaven experience:https://johreh.github.io/gloomycompanion/ https://ninjalooter.de/gloomhaven/scenarios https://www.gloomhavenguild.comCheck YouTube for playthroughs and reviews - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrOtGhui_jdLdoQNI7PU4PgJoin our Slack - Slack - http://bit.ly/onestopslackFollow us at Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/onestopcoopshopDonate to the channel - https://www.paypal.me/ColinDegnanContact us - firstname.lastname@example.org