Episode 53: Chapters Approved!

Today Lange and Kyle chat about the various loyal founding Space Marine legions and how they are either loved or hated by the various gamer types out there. Listen as Kyle brings us on a tour of the latest White Dwarf. Scotch is in abundance in this episode since Nathan could not make it for the podcast this week with his beer of the month!! Muahahahah!! Listen and enjoy!!

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2 thoughts on “Episode 53: Chapters Approved!

  1. I finished “Age of Darkness” from the Horus Heresy series and they tell you the reason why the Turkish bath-robe marines didnt “choose” a side. The Dark Angels and the Night Lords were fighting for over two years in some sub sector. Warp storms and being unable to beat the Night Lords prevented the bath-robes from returning to Terra. Since they couldnt go back and help Terra, they decided to “hold” the Imperium together until they could defeat Cruze and return to Gulliman for some reason not explained. Cruze and the Lion had a final confrontation where Cruze tells the Lion how history will judge him and the chapter for not being present to defend the throne, waiting in the warp for a winner to pledge alliegance. Which then leads to a battle between brothers and the usual “Im loyal and your not!” banter. As much as I also hate the Dark Angels, their secret isnt loyalty issues.

  2. Regarding White Dwarf: I don’t buy it anymore because it’s nothing more than a catalogue.

    I really wish the GW would being producing White Dwarf magazines that even approached the quality of those made when Eric Sarlin was the Editor. (around US WD300).

    Those magazines actually taught you things about painting, about sculpting and about modelling. Most of all, however, they taught you the skills that you need to be able to ACTIVELY participate in your hobby. Have a vision in your head about a great tabletop layout to play on? Come up with some cool architectural ideas for some ruins? Well, here’s what you need to know so you can build it. It let people learn to express themselves through the game and the game board they played the game on.

    Now, a ‘hobby’ article in WD is ‘Look! We painted the ‘Realms of Battle’ board red!’ or ‘Check out this scenery – we glued a couple of these kits together! You can make this for your table too – it will only cost you $200!’

    I don’t even know why people would buy it now… It’s not even good bathroom reading!

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