Archive for October, 2013

Episode 124 – Things We Love (Other Than Warmachine)

October 31, 2013

We take a break from our normal release schedule to welcome MenothJohn back on the show and spend some time discussing all kinds of things, none of which are Warmachine or Hordes. This is a completely off topic episode. Hosts: Trevor, Jay, Scott, and MenothJohn

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Dojo – Episode 23: Double Wall Gunnbjorn

October 27, 2013

List Dojo: During this episode we discuss a list that Trevor brought to the show using Gunnbjorn. We discuss what we like about it, what we dislike, and how to play it. We discuss its weaknesses, strengths, and what we would pair with it in a tournament setting. Hosts: Jay, Trevor, and Scott This podcast […]

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Episode 123 – Rayvn vs. Severius

October 25, 2013

We match Ravyn, Eternal Light (Retribution) vs. Grand Scrutator Severius (Menoth). We discuss list creation, tactics, and we rank both casters. Jay gives us the top 5 Warmachine themed theme park rides. Hosts: Trevor, Jay, and Scott Images of the battle, lists used, and discussion of the episode can be found here: http://www.chain-attack.com/forums/topic/episode-123-rayvn-vs-severius/

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Dojo – Episode 22: Character Jacks Part 2

October 20, 2013

Open Dojo: During this episode we discuss the character warjacks of Khador, Cryx, and Mercenaries, what we like about them, what we dislike, and how to use them. This will be an ongoing series that will cover all the character warjacks and warbeasts currently in the game. Hosts: Jay, Trevor, and Scott This podcast is […]

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Episode 122 – WTC In Review

October 17, 2013

We take a break from our normal schedule to discuss postmortem the Warmachine World Team Championships with Jason Flanzer. We discuss how the US teams did, we talk about each of the rounds, and we discuss the differences in the US vs. International meta. Trevor gives us the top 5 things that Flanzer should license […]

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Dojo – Episode 21: Attrition Faction, Cav Casters, and Beyond

October 13, 2013

Fan Dojo: During this episode we answer fan submitted questions. We discuss which factions are the best at attrition and how to know when to use your Feat. Additionally we discuss briefly cavalry and cavalry casters as well as going off plan and when to do it, and why.  Hosts: Jay, Trevor, and Scott This […]

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Episode 121 – Aurora vs. eBaldur

October 10, 2013

We match Aurora, Numen of Aerogenesis (Convergence) vs. Baldur the Stonesoul (Circle). We discuss list creation, tactics, and we rank both casters. Scott gives us the top 5 Convergence names for common household items. Hosts: Trevor, Jay, Scott, and Marc Images of the battle, lists used, and discussion of the episode can be found here: http://www.chain-attack.com/forums/topic/episode-121-aurora-vs-ebaldur/

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Dojo – Episode 20: Perfect Imbalance

October 6, 2013

Progression Dojo: During this episode we discuss the idea of “Perfect Imbalance” and how it applies to Warmachine/Hordes. We discuss what Perfect Imbalance is, why its a good thing, and the evidence of it in the game of Warmachine. The video/podcast we reference in the episode can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e31OSVZF77w Hosts: Jay, Trevor, and Scott […]

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Episode 120 – eGoreshade vs. Vlad

October 3, 2013

We match Goreshade the Cursed (Cryx) vs. Vladimir, The Dark Prince (Khador). We discuss list creation, tactics, and we rank both casters. Jay gives us the top 5 uses for the Earthbreaker arms. Hosts: Trevor, Jay and Scott Images of the battle, lists used, and discussion of the episode can be found here: http://www.chain-attack.com/forums/topic/episode-120-egoreshade-vs-vlad/

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