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BoardGameGeek.CON session reports, part 1, with Yspahan, Notre Dame, Tara: Seat of Kings, Space Dealer, and Die Saulen Der Erde
  • 0:41 - I'm back from BGG.CON and I'm just about to head off to GenCon SoCal, so I thought I'd start in on my session reports for the Essen releases I played.
  • 1:37 - This is show is part of the Gaming Broadcast Network.
  • 1:44 - Yspahan is, as Mike Siggins puts it, a "super filler" that offers a nice amount of strategy in a short period of time. I got to play this twice, once with Cynthia and Eric from Meeple People.
  • 10:49 - Thanks to Valerie Putnam for bringing and teaching Notre Dame, a prototype of the next Alea game, which will be released at Nuremburg in the spring.
  • 14:41 - Tara: Seat of Kings is an abstract game that I just didn't wrap my head around.
  • 16:59 - The most exciting thing I played at BGG.CON was an eight player game of Space Dealer.
  • 21:45 - My favorite game of the convention was Die Saulen Der Erde. Thanks so much to Rick Thornquist of BoardGameNews for give me the chance to try it out.
  • 30:27 - This show is member of the Gaming Podcast Network.
  • 30:36 - I want to thank lots of people who made it a great weekend, including Doug Garrett (of Garrett's Games and Geekiness) and everyone who tracked me down and said hello.
  • 31:28 - Thanks to Jimmy Anderson for the new music for the show.
  • 31:50 - With the beginning of Season Four, I'd like to put together a new promo for the show, and I'd love it if you would help me with it.
  • 34:07 - And now, I'm off to GenCon SoCal. If you're there, be sure to stop by the podcasting seminar on Saturday at 2 PM.
--Paul

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After-action report for A Land Fertile In Tyrants
  • 0:39 - My group and I sit down to discuss our recently concluded Post-Roman Britain game, played using The Riddle of Steel and Burning Wheel, Revised.
  • 1:31 - Folks introduce themselves:
    • Roy, who played Julianus, the Armorican centurion
    •  Sarah, who played Cata, Julianus' sister and wife of the Celtic chief of Weith
    •  Keith, who played Aeron, a soldier and the eldest surviving bastard son on the chief
    •  Ted, who played Taryn, a desparate warrior with nothing left to lose
    •  Christina, who played Paulinus, a Christian priest and brother to the chief
  • 5:38 - We discuss our favorite moments from the game.
  • 20:05 - We talk about system issues raised by our experiences.
  • 34:13 - I ask what could have been better.
  • 44:43 - Ryan, who played Cuhlinn the bard, shows up and tosses in a few more ideas.
  • 47:17 - We wrap up with our final thoughts on an amazing game.
--Paul

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