Good lore, amateur production
This feels like I’m listening to a few high schoolers who decided to make a podcast. The hosts can never stay on topic and this bloats the episode length. I don’t mind long episodes but when they’re long and barely on topic that’s just infuriating. I listen to podcasts while working at a lumber mill so I can’t exactly skip past tangents every time. Many of their jokes fall flat for me too, and I’m not even talking about the offensive stuff, I’ve been in the Warhammer community for long enough to expect some offensive humor, and while that’s not my cup of tea I’m going to whine about it. I’m just talking about the overall humor the hosts have, it feels like I’m listening to, again, high schoolers. Finally, the lore can be really good, but often the hosts argue points among themselves so it makes it seem like they don’t actually know what they’re talking about. Not exactly a mark of confidence to have each host “well actually” one another every few minutes. This isn’t the worst podcast in the world, but I’m sure there’s better if you just want to listen to lore.
Flex Drexler via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/06/23
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These guys are great, real friends talking about something they really enjoy. Best 40K lore anywhere, maybe you guys could expand to AOS?
TheBlakKraken via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/14/19
Found this by complete accident, I don’t play the board game and only read the books. Mark and Eric and guests are always entertaining. They do get derailed but tbh I think that’s what gives the show character.
alex mcgeachie via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/14/19
As a newbie to the 40k universe this has been so amazingly helpful for me. I love being able to listen to the lore whilst painting my first army of 40k.
mbudziRN via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/19/18
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