Monthly Archives: May 2014


Episode 50: Armies of Yesterday

Episode 50

50 episodes, that’s right folks. We hope you have enjoyed them up to this point. Thanks to all of our fans for keeping listening and enjoying this podcast.

In this episode, the hosts talk about their first armies ever and some of their first memories about those armies, deciding to play Warhammer, and those experiences. Added to the mix, the hosts think about things they might have done differently and give advise on what you might be able to use to get new players going.

As well, the hosts talk about what has been going on, what they have been working on and upcoming projects and games they want to get to this summer.

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Episode 49: Pega-Casting

Episode 49

Recorded from Pegasus Games in Madison, WI our hosts art taking part in a painting day at the store. Joined by friend of the show, the NoisyAssassin himself Dustin, the hosts share what painting projects they have been working on and share some tips that they have learned about the projects.

Next the hosts move on to talking about the Pegasus Mordhiem league. Mordhiem is a great game made by Games-Workshop that is set in the Warhammer world historical timeline where a comet hits the city of Mordhiem that is made of Wyrdstone. It is now up to mighty leaders and their intrepid followers, that form warbands, to search the city and overcome challenges from on comers to collect precious wyrdstone, build their own power and followers, and expand their dominance.

Finally, the hosts wrap up with a segment on the new Wood Elf book, initial thoughts as the hosts take a look at Conesy’s impulse buy for the day.

Make sure you also check out the Kickstarter for Rollable D4s on Kickstarter. While you don’t use the D4 in Warhammer, we know that a lot of our listeners play other games and use the famed D4 in those games. All of us are probably familiar with the little, pyramid shaped dice. If you have ever stepped on one, they would certainly be something to remember. When added that they really don’t roll so much without a hefty toss that there isn’t space for on most game tables, these are perfect for gaming. Check them out and if you back it, let them know that WiscoDice sent ya.

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NoisyAssassin Signing On

Heya everybody! Dustin, aka NoisyAssassin, here. You’ve probably heard me on the show once or twice, where Consey sometimes references some crazy project or other of mine. Well, I’ve finally decided to take the plunge and figure out the blogging system here so that I can share my twisted creations with you fine folks. We’ll just try to ignore the fact that I got access to the site about 8 months ago but haven’t started posting until now…

Anywho, you’ll find that I’m a pretty eclectic hobbyist, and that I can seldom tie myself down to one project for long. So don’t go getting your hopes up too high for any specific project to be finished in a timely manner. You might be waiting for a veeeeeeeery long time (as my Ogre kingdoms army blog that hasn’t been updated in almost 2 years proves). However, I like to believe that quality makes up for inconsistency, so although you might not know what you’re getting, it should at least be neat!

As far as the show goes, we’ve discovered that Consey has the remarkable talent to almost always schedule recording sessions while I’m otherwise engaged, but I will be popping in as a guest from time to time. Gotta have some sort of platform for all my crazy talk after all.

Cheers!