That's right MoD fans - 2 whole years of Ministry of Dice goodness and here we are to celebrate our second birthday in style!
As it's our birthday we've got a special, extended episode for your listening pleasure, packed to the brim with fun & frolics to share in our jovial landmark occasion.
And special it truly is. We've got the Anniversary raffle draw, the MoDPAFOPC awards (otherwise known as the "clip show" segment), listener correspondence from the first of our royally named contributions, a gift from Andy to Chris AND, as our gift to you, an exclusive interview with Jimmy from Wizkid's to talk up all things Worlds.
We'd like to sincerely thank all of our loyal listeners for an amazing two years and "hope you enjoyed listening as much as we enjoyed recording" over the last 24 months, and look forward to another year of MoD silliness with you all into 2020.
Show Notes & Other Stuff
For more info on Worlds you can visit the announcements Jimmy mentioned in the interview HERE & HERE.
If you would like to see the Live Streamed YouTube matches mentioned in this episode then please do head on over to our YouTube channel where the recordings sit in a “Live Stream” playlist, amongst other recorded games and voice over commentaries:
We’d very much appreciate it if you subscribed to the channel, hit a ‘thumbs up’ on each of the vids, and clicked the bell thing to receive notifications when we upload a new vid.
If you could then open up another 2 or 3 new accounts and do the ‘Like’ and ‘Subscribe’ thing all over again that would be tremendous. ;P
Legal Bits N’ Bobs
United Kingdom: God Save the Queen by National Anthems is licensed under a Creative Commons License. It was sourced from a Soundcloud account entitled “National Anthems”. The name of the creator/creators has not been provided on that account. The license can be found here:
The Dice transition sound effect was sourced from freesound.org. The account it was downloaded from is “dermotte” and is shared under the following license:
Our tremendous ‘Rule Britannia’ intro is used with permission from Richard Campbell and is a short extract from his “England Rock Anthems” track. We think Richard’s work is exceptional. So visit Richard’s website here for more of his music: