Good god, it’s been a while. Hello everyone, we’re back. Hopefully some of you are still here because we have a very special episode to mark our return.
Two thirds of Nisei’s development team join us to tell us how to save a game after cancellation and talk about their first release, Ashes: Downfall!
Thanks to Krembler for letting us use the fantastic art from Fully Operational, just one of the exciting new cards we talk about in this episode!
Rob and Seamus did quite well at nats. Whilst IDing into the cut they took a little stroll and met up with Alex.
For concerned listeners, Alex was able to get back into ID town the following round and also made top 16.
Seamus is off to Fake Worlds tomorrow so please come say hi if you’re there!
It’s summer and we are doing our best to keep cool. Ronan joins us for a chat over ice cream, talking all things Euros and the end of Netrunner.
We also announce the winner of Iain’s excellent ICE Breaker quiz. I highly recommend checking out his answer key for insightful explanations of the trickier ones. You can also check out Lane’s answers which are entirely lacking in insight but are quite funny.
The game may be ending but we’ll be here till the end and beyond. If you can tolerate our ever lowering audio quality and content standards then why not join us.
Netrunner is ending, but we’re not done yet.
Join Team Scotland as we travel to Euros on a horrible train. You’ll then note that most of the weekend has been missed as you rejoin us on the Sunday evening.
We’re sorry. We were drunk. However, to make it up to you the second segment includes guest co-host Tom Holiday, former World Champion Chris Dyer and winner of Euros 2018 Patrick Gower!
There’s also a brief appearance from someone we don’t know, asking us a question we don’t know the answer to.
We return just in time to get excited about Euros! Alice joins us to discuss the lead up to the event and check in on how we’ve been feeling about Netrunner since we last recorded.
Our enthusiasm is predominantly down to how alluring this year’s Team Scotland t-shirt is (designed by our very own Iain). These are likely to be hotly coveted items but we don’t want them torn from our torsos, so instead we’re running a competition.
The design features every legal ICE Breaker in the game with varying degrees of abstraction. Throughout the weekend we’ll have sheets of paper featuring the design and space for you to guess which card each image represents. It will cost a pound to enter and the winner will receive a play mat featuring the design.
Proceeds will go to Scottish Wildlife Trust for protecting the real life Darwins around our shores.
Also discussed on the episode – trout, pirates, raising of eyebrows.
Have you heard the news? No, not the news of the MWL. There’s a new big box coming – Reign & Reverie! Netrunner’s lovely lead designer Michael Boggs joins us for a discussion of eggs, nicknames and wolf tattoos.
We also talk about the MWL, and best of all Rob is back in the co-host seat!
We aren’t fully back as Rob is absent but Seamus is joined by Alice and Ronan. Our podcast year begins with the seemingly now-traditional winter complaining about the meta.
Is CI too good? Are other corps too bad, or are runners to blame?
Thanks for Alexis Spicer for allowing us to use her fantastic CI alt-art which you can buy here!
Just in case Fantasy Flight don’t come through with another New Year’s Eve MWL update, we bring you another mini-episode. Seamus is joined by Iain to – somewhat drunkenly – build Criminal and Weyland decks using a single copy of the revised core set.
We suggest listening to this episode whilst watching fireworks and ignoring your friends and family as the clock strikes twelve, or alternatively as a hangover cure when you emerge from the festivities tomorrow afternoon.
Happy Netrunner New Year, everyone!
With conversations recorded both at Worlds and following the the UK Rankings Final in glamorous Reading, we discuss the competitive meta at the close of 2017.
At the end of the year that had people declaring Netrunner dead, Rob and Seamus are joined by Dave Hoyland, Mark Mottram, Chris Dyer, Laurie Poulter and Mike Prosser.
Will they be celebrating the game’s resurrection or determining the time of death? Listen on to find out!
The boys are home safe having had a lovely time at worlds. So lovely in fact that they didn’t have time to record the end of their chat. Instead Rob asks them about their varyingly hazy memories of the final part of the week!