Peaking. Not many of us actively think about it in regards to gaming, but it's definitely "a thing that happens" based on conversations that we have with gamers all over.
Joel returns to us to discuss the topic of Peaking in game, and finding interesting ways to get around it, and to stay fresh and on top of your ITS gameplay.
In addition to this topic, we talk some more as a group about The Iowa Incident as well, and about our upcoming ITS Satellite Event: Twinfinity 2017.
WARNING: Unconsciousness Level 2(previously known as After Hours) is Explicit! We drink, we swear, and we drink again. It is not family safe, is not work safe, but does tend to get a little funny. This episode is fairly light though, but I made a promise to include a disclaimer, and I'm keeping that promise! Also, there's no editing. Don't complain, we were in a giant room full of people and there were five of us!
It doesn't happen often, but every once and awhile Sean gets a little crazy and packs up all of the podcast gear into a nice cozy container and brings it to an event.
This time around, he brought it to The Iowa Incident Mk3 and we recorded a fine vintage rounding out at just under two hours of your life that you will frankly never get back.
Joining Sean at the table were the following fine folks:
It was great to have time to hang out with these wonderful guys again, all of whom I had met and become friends with during my trip to GenCon!
Our topics range from talking about our first day at the Iowa Incident itself, to Will and Jeremy's thoughts on going from a 14 person Mk2 to a 34 person Mk3. We talk about the community and game in general, and painting, and I don't even remember what else.
It was great to be able to capture a wonderful conversation with these four awesome guys. We hope that you enjoy it!
Well, I didn't think that we would actually do this, but we did. We crammed five guys into my home office and recorded a podcast episode.
Today we had both Sean and Greg, who were joined by Tor, Jamie, and Brian.
It started with Sean totally messing up the intro song. Also, because we had five people with us we had to break out some of the less-good microphones. As such, Tor and Brian might be a little quiet from time to time, and I apologize for that. After this, we will be returning to our usual 3-person format!
I'm not going to list out a timing breakdown, because frankly, it'll take me time to do that and I am leaving for Iowa Incident very soon and would like to get this published before I leave.
We discuss a few topics: