EpicTurn is a podcast about the Hobby gaming industry, what we love or hate about it, how it's evolving and changing, and other things that as gamers we're passionate about. It is hosted by Bryan McLemore (@Kaelten) and Tim Alridge (@Telshin).
s2Episode #2: A New GM
As we find our way back into the routine we go over some more of our recent finds as well as talk a little bit about a perinial topic: how Kickstarter can be a two edged sword.
s2Episode #1: A New Beginning
After a... um... slight hiatus, we're back with our first episode of a brand new season. Same two hosts with some time evolved perspectives and a love of hobby gaming that's as strong as ever. Here are some of the things we went over during this episode as we went over our GenCon 2017 experience.
#26: It's Hard to Guarantee Universal Knowledge
On this episode of EpicTurn, we return to our tips on roleplaying games. The subject is about character backgrounds for both DMs and players. Also in this episode, we talk about RPGs in modern settings and how that can limit player creativity.
#25: The Little Board Game That Could
On this episode of EpicTurn, we interview Corey Young, the mastermind behind Gravwell. Corey discusses the design of Gravwell, future games, and great tips on approaching publishers.
#24: The Case of the Hiccups
In this episode of EpicTurn, Tim has been struck with the hiccups! We discuss digital games, the social benefits of RPGs/general gaming, and random assortment of topics.
#23: We're Running Out of Adjectives
We're back with Season 2 of EpicTurn! In this episode we talk about the future plans of the show alongside a mini rant about box design for board games.
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I really enjoy listening to Tim and Brian. They engaging and humorous, discuss topics that are relevant and thought-provoking about my favorite hobby, gaming.
I'm looking forward to finding them at GenCon 2014 and tell them in person how much I've enjoyed listening to them.
Original and accessible
I listen to many podcasts about board games, and I have to say that Epic Turn really nails it. The show moves along at a good pace while delivering meaningful insight into the games discussed.