|War in the Sun.|
In this episode we are joined by the talented Alexander Winberg, who was instrumental in the collaborative Inq28/narrative wargaming projects Outgard and Tor Megiddo. We focus most of the episode on Tor Megiddo, talking about its inspirations, and how it came together, along with discussing Alex’s warband, the 66 Fangs. We also touch on how to go about getting involved or hosting your own collaborative gaming events. To learn more about Alex’s work make sure to visit his (and Alexander Lunde!) blog Echos of Imperium
- Eric Wier
Thank you for letting me ramble on again! It was an absolute pleasure being back on the pod <3ReplyDelete
You are always welcome on the podcast! Thanks for being a part of it!Delete
Great podcast, thanks guys.ReplyDelete
Glad you enjoyed it and thanks for listening to it!Delete
Excellent podcast, very interesting... Thanks!ReplyDelete
Thanks for listening and I am glad you enjoyed it!Delete
Last night, I finally joined 2013 and inloaded my first podcast – this episode – while painting my Thorn Moon minis.ReplyDelete
A thoroughly enjoyable listen, and a great insight into collaborative projects, which is something I'd very much like to get more involved with in the coming months.
Thanks for your insights, Alexander; and of course, to the Wiers for hosting. I'll have to delve through the archives now!
Thank you for taking the time to listen to the podcast, and we would love if you listened to a few more! We have one talking about the Thorn Moons project too.Delete
It is awesome that you are taking part in the Invitational, someone with your talent for building miniatures and crafting narratives is ideal for it. Towards that end, I think you would be an excellent addition to some of these collaborative events!
My commute to work is certainly a lot more interesting with something to listen to besides Radio 4!Delete
Thanks for the kind words - I'd be delighted to be invited :)
Great episode one of my favorites yet. Thoroughly enjoyed hearing more about Tor Megiddo and the thought processes behind it all!ReplyDelete