Episode 164: Dwarf Helicopters

This week Lange and Nathan talk about the MORE new boxes and characters for the new Dwarf release form Games Workshop. Nathan rages about the cogs. The weekly listener poll brings about a huge vote! Also interesting dwarf fetish conversations leave us speechless and Nathan still attempts to defend Limited Edition Armybooks. Listen and Enjoy!!

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4 thoughts on “Episode 164: Dwarf Helicopters

  1. I heard you guys talking about the new Gyro’s in the Dwarf line and mentioning the little propellers on the side or in back….”the only thing I don’t like is the little goofy props on the side. They are unnecessary…”

    So 3 days before I listened to your latest episode, I came across an article talking about helicopters and their relatively slow speed compared to planes. Then they talk about a new helicopter that flies as fast as some planes and doesn’t sacrifice maneuverability, etc.

    Here is a quick link. The wiki article is the easiest, though there is also Sikorsky’s website to back it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikorsky_X2

    Notice the prop on the back? Apparently the Dwarfs were onto something!

  2. As it was you two who got me to check out Almost Human in the first place I just wanted to say that in the first episode there is a single line which refers to “People coming over the Wall”. The line doesn’t get responded to and the Wall isn’t mentioned again until episode 9. Looks like it was always planned to be a part of the plot though. It does seem odd that it was then kept quiet all this time.

    Ah well fingers crossed it all makes sense soon and that the show gets renewed. It definitely deserves more screentime. If for no other reason than to show more of the interaction between the two leads which is always entertaining.

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