Cari and Layanor are in game this week. She is very surprised by something.
Chris takes us on another journey through online gaming, this time focusing on Dragon Age: Inquisition’s multiplayer mode.
This episode is dedicated WoW moderators, feature cutters and whatever bits the surgeon didn’t put back into Chris.
Cari and Laynor are on different sides of the official player event stance. Listen to us try to fix the problem.
Tangled Paths patch has dropped! Celeste and Allona talk about it! They have fun! And a small rant. (Psst … spoilers)
This week the “Four Knights of MMO Kings” talk about all the amazing things about Blizzcon, Overwatch, and the cancellation of Titan.
Cari and Layanor talk about Update 15, big butts and epic battles. Cari is such a dedicated podcaster she finished the show without power.
Celeste is nearly completely (almost) healthy and rejoins Allona to go over the week’s plethora of news. We also get to hear Celeste’s thoughts on episode 5! Go 5!
Many of the cards revealed at BlizzCon for Hearthstone’s “Goblin vs. Gnomes” expansion had random effects on them, and I saw a portion of the community get bummed out and complain that random effects ruin the competitiveness of Hearthstone. That is simply not true, my friends!
I’ll admit that I thought the same thing at first, but Adam showed me a whole new way of looking at random effects on cards — a way that reveals that they’re actually increasing the skill cap in Hearthstone, not lowering it. Now I’m even more excited to play with these new expansion cards!
I invited Adam on the show this week to share his perspective on random cards with you, so you can hopefully get excited too. I hope it helps you appreciate the new cards for what they really are: awesome additions that’ll make Hearthstone more fun and more competitive.
World of Warcraft’s new expansion, Warlords of Draenor launches tonight, and that means there are an absurd number of new pets out there for us to collect!
I read up on all 114 new pets added in the new expansion, to find the ones with the best synergies and most unique, intriguing, and downright powerful abilities. These are the first battle pets you should collect in the expansion, because I think they’re going to be the best.
Be sure to let us know which pets you have the most success with in Warlords of Draenor! We’ll be doing a Warlords of Draenor-only pet battle team very soon to swap strategies.