You ask the questions!

We need your questions!
As you may have noticed, changes are afoot in the podcast, with a new, (slightly) more organised format.
As part of this, we want to add a segment ‘Listener Mailbag’ segment.
We are currently gathering questions for our next recording, which is on Wednesday 27th January at 19.30, so please get your questions in before then.
You can either:
  1. email your question to: (please put PODCAST MAILBAG in the title)
  2. Respond in the comments on this blog post
We look forward to hearing from you

16 Comments on You ask the questions!

  1. I find your podcasts don’t touch on the more topical /popular sets of rules and happenings in the wargaming world, is this a editorial decision?

    • Tony

      Thanks for the question.
      Can I just clarify, when you say ‘more topical / popular ‘ games, what do you mean?
      Are you talking about the likes of Games Workshop, Privateer Press, Battlefront, or do you mean other companies?

  2. Frostgrave – Stop waffling and tell us what you really think.

  3. Kevin Weadick // January 20, 2016 at 07:17 // Reply

    can you answer why you dislike the points system, in gaming

  4. A suggestion: if you preview the upcoming podcast’s contents (between podcasts), listeners could send in more tailored questions for the next podcast.

    I know, it’s far too sensible . . . couldn’t possibly work . . . 😉

  5. Rapidly evolving, mutating even.

    Well in that case, perhaps flag 2 or 3 upcoming podcasts and then comments can come in tailored for those. Then you just divvy them up accordingly. Simple. I know . . . I know . . . some kind of child prodigy! 😉

  6. Dave Blood // January 22, 2016 at 22:40 // Reply

    What Kickstarters have you backed where you play the game / use the minis a lot, and which Kickstarters have you backed that are still in the box, untouched?

  7. Why isn’t there a really successful 6mm sci fi rules to out there? Will Osprey achieve that by putting their weight behind Horizon Wars? For me, 3-6mm rules just don’t seem sci-fi enough, unlike some of the sets which work at 15-28mm scale. I am sure many will disagree with me though.

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