Episode 166 of The Independent Characters comes in at around three hours as we go back over all of the releases from Games Workshop of 2017 and complete our annual retrospective.

During our Hobby Progress section you will get to hear how much of our 2017 Commitments we failed to accomplish and what we did instead.

Then it is on to two full hours of discussion around releases and what they meant to the game of Warhammer 40k, the community, and the company.

We hope that all of you are having a wonderful holiday season and we look forward to seeing you in 2018. Thank you for listening all throughout 2017. We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:08:15 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:55:00 - 2017: The Year in Review (Part 1)
  • 2:06:45 - 2017: The Year in Review (Part 2)
  • 2:42:15 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Episode 164 of The Independent Characters is late. Super late in fact. Let us explain:

As you will hear in this episode we have an interview with Steel Wool - a video game company working on a great new game for Warhammer 40k. Unfortunately, we also talked a lot about this interview and its contents. Their announcement was subsequently delayed due to… reasons. As a result, we could not release the episode or even just remove the interview and release it on time, and in fact released it out of order (Episode 165 dropped a few days ago).

We apologize for the delay and we have learned our lesson to never again tie an episode to a PR Announcement of a release!

So with that out of the way, let’s talk about what this episode actually contains! First we have a fairly long and meandering Hobby Progress discussion which also weighs in on a few new announcements from GW and other thoughts and ideas about the community.

We then move into our (delayed) interview with Steel Wool about their new Betrayal at Calth video game! Trust us when we tell you that this thing is VERY cool. Listen to the interview and you will see why.

We then have an interview with returning guests Kat and Caleb of CK Studios. They have some amazing events coming up and we get some insight into what they have going on.

Last but certainly not least, we have a short discussion about our home campaign The Permutation of Arasys, which we have been playing through. We talk about the structure of the campaign, how it is going so far, and what our expectations are going forward.

Again we apologize for the delays in releasing the show, but we really hope you enjoy what we have for you.

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:07:15 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:04:15 - Steel Wool Interview
  • 1:45:45 - CK Studios Interview
  • 2:34:40 - The Permutation of Arasys Campaign
  • 2:59:00 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Episode 165 of The Independent Characters is a super-sized, nearly four hour episode! The first thing you need to know though, is that this episode is being released in ADVANCE of Episode 164 as a result of a PR announcement tied to that episode which was delayed. This forced us to delay the release of 164, so we hurried up and released 165 as soon as we could. This episode is our Show of Force covering the Grey Knights!

(I know. It's confusing.)

To help us through this episode, we have brought on two guys who are incredibly passionate about the Grey Knights. Aaron (also known as Magneto) and Adan. I want to thank them very much for joining us on short notice so we could get this episode out to you guys and not make you wait even longer for Episode 164.

Our Show of Force episodes are some of our most positively reviewed content - but just when you think it cannot get any better we top it by bringing on Aaron Dembski-Bowden and Geoff Hummel to complete our Forbidden Lore segment on Black Legion. Aarons follow up to Talon of Horus! It's an hour long interview full of spoilers and fanboy gushing, but we think you will enjoy that!

Thank you for your patience as we have dealt with this fumble of timing. We hope you enjoy the show.

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:08:15 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:55:00 - Show of Force: Grey Knights (Part 1)
  • 2:06:45 - Show of Force: Grey Knights (Part 2)
  • 2:42:15 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing
  • 2:48:50 - Forbidden Lore: Black Legion with Aaron Dembski-Bowden

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Episode 163 sees The Independent Characters return after a short delay due to illness of one of the guest hosts. When we come back though, we come back strong! This episode is an extended "Warrior Lodge". The Warrior Lodge segments are a moderated discussion about topics which are relevant to the Warhammer universe and community in which we all participate.

To help us through this episode, we have three special guests who have joined us on previous episodes. Colin, Jody, and Josh join Carl to talk about topics which have been on our minds and possibly the minds of others throughout the community.

Then we launch into a special interview with Ross Watson. You may know the name from all of the work on the RPG Warhammer 40k games from Fantasy Flight Studios. Ross is working on a new Warahammer 40k RPG, called "Wrath and Glory" with a brand new publisher. We get a bit of the inside scoop on what is going on with this new game and what we can expect!

We hope you enjoy the show.

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:07:15 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:04:15 - Warrior Lodge Part 1
  • 1:45:45 - Warrior Lodge Part 2
  • 2:34:40 - Interview with Ross Watson
  • 2:59:00 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Episode 162 of The Independent Characters takes campaigns to the next level by incorporating other systems into your campaign to represent the different scales of conflict.

NOTE: If you are reading this - the times in the shownotes may be slightly off. We will correct that with an update soon.

We also have a couple of interviews. First up is a discussion with Todd Kinkade from Tablewar about their new Kickstarter for the GEOMat. We also speak to Greg Rizzer of FanKicks about their Warhammer 40k themed shoe line.

We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:10:00 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:05:00 - Interview with Todd Kinkade of Tablewar
  • 1:30:00 - Multi-Tiered Campaigns (Part 1)
  • 2:00:00 - Multi-Tiered Campaigns (Part 2)
  • 2:30:00 - Interview with Greg Rizzer of FanKicks
  • 2:56:00 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Episode 161 of The Independent Characters brings you our latest episode in the "Show of Force" series. This time it's The Angelic Host! More commonly known as The Blood Angels.

To help us out with this episode, we have brought Chris Morgan from the Forge The Narrative Podcast and Brian Harvey, who is just starting out with a Blood Angels army, from The Splintermind Dark Eldar Podcast! Additionally we have a remote interview with Paul Murphy, Chris' co-host on Forge The Narrative.

Be warned that these types of shows tend to make people buy armies. We're just saying...

We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:07:05 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:43:35 - Show of Force: Blood Angels (Part 1)
  • 1:56:40 - Show of Force: Blood Angels (Part 2)
  • 2:46:40 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:33pm PST
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Episode 160 of The Independent Characters covers part 2 of our revisit to the question “What army should I play?”. We hope you are relaxed or have a lot of painting to do, because this episode clocks in at over four hours!

Back in Episodes 42 and 43 we ran two linked shows which explored each of the faction (on the surface) and sought to answer just that. At the time, the show notes were so long the hosts decided it would be better to break it up into two episodes. One which was an Imperial Edition, and the other which was a Xenos Edition.

Those are some great episodes, but that was all the way back in 5th edition and SO much has changed since then (and some things have stayed the same!) that we felt it was time to update this series.

We aim to provide you the definitive guide for looking at all your choices for Warhammer 40,000 armies and making the right one for you.

This is part two of these revised episodes, the Xenos and Chaos Edition.

On top of all of that great content, we have our Forbidden Lore Segment near the end of the show. This is an hour long discussion with Black Library Author John French about his latest book, Horusian Wars: Resurrection! I was lucky enough to be joined by Geoff Hummel, our original co-host for this great interview. WARNING: Spoilers abound in this episode though! If you are interested in reading this book - you may NOT want to listen to this interview until you have completed it.

We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:07:35 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:08:25 - Which Army should you choose? Xenos Edition (Part 1)
  • 2:10:10 - Which Army should you choose? Xenos Edition (Part 2)
  • 2:58:00 - Forbidden Lore: The Horusian Wars: Resurrection
  • 3:57:35 - Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:24am PST
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Episode 159 of The Independent Characters revisits the question “What army should I play?”. Strap in because this is a long episode with some great pieces!

Back in Episodes 42 and 43 we ran two linked shows which explored each of the faction (on the surface) and sought to answer just that. At the time, the show notes were so long the hosts decided it would be better to break it up into two episodes. One which was an Imperial Edition, and the other which was a Xenos Edition.

Those are some great episodes, but that was all the way back in 5th edition and SO much has changed since then (and some things have stayed the same!) that we felt it was time to update this series.

We aim to provide you the definitive guide for looking at all your choices for Warhammer 40,000 armies and making the right one for you.

The first of these episodes, the Imperial Edition, is this one. But don't worry, we are going to follow up episode 159 with an updated version of the Xenos Edition in episode 160, by the end of the month.

Additionally, we have a couple of AMAZING interviews. The first is with Jes Bickham of the Warhammer 40k Design Studio! We ask him a bunch of questions around the development of the game and gain some insights into what the thinking was on many of the questions that have arisen since it’s release. THEN we talk to Dave Taylor, who tells us all about the NOVA Open Charitable Foundations efforts to raise money for those in need, and how you can get a chance to win some amazing prizes by helping out.

We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:08:45 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:58:50 - Which Army should you choose? Imperial Edition (Part 1)
  • 2:03:00 - Which Army should you choose? Imperial Edition (Part 2)
  • 2:58:00 - Interview: Jes Bickham Warhammer Studios
  • 3:29:00 - Interview: Dave Taylor for NOVA Open Charitable Foundation
  • 3:48:30 - Show Closing

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Episode 158 of The Independent Characters see us discussing the evolution of the Warhammer 40,000 lore. We have seen the timeline move forward a bit and we spend some time talking about what that all means. Taking a look at the various factions and what the impact of the changes are on each of them.

Additionally, we have an interview with Jay Wilson. He was the original creative director for Dawn of War 1. We spend some time talking about that much beloved video game and how it all came to pass.

We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:10:00 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:01:20 - Updates from the 41st Millennium (Part 1)
  • 1:48:00 - Updates from the 41st Millennium (Part 2)
  • 2:22:00 - Interview: Dawn of War 1
  • 2:47:30 - Show Closing

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Episode 157 of The Independent Characters provides you with our further impressions of The New Warhammer 40,000! (aka: 8th Edition)

Now that we have had time to play many, many games of The New Warhammer 40,000, we feel a little more qualified to give you our opinions on the game. Recently someone stated on our Facebook page that it seems as though all we do is talk about how much we love Games Workshop. Well if you are that person, and that bothers you, you may want to skip this episode.

Once we go through the regular Hobby Progress and Games Played sections, we get down to our continuing discussion of the game, the changes, and what we think it all means. Then, in keeping with the show spirit of making you feel like a part of our gaming group, we pull in four other players from our group and have some discussion with them about their opinions and thoughts on the game. All in all it makes for some pretty interesting and entertaining discussion.

Then, just when you think it's over, we have an interview with painter, artist, renaissance man, Caleb Wissenback. Caleb has just passed over to Carl the Chaos Reaver Titan he was commissioned to paint, and the results are incredible! So incredible, we brought Caleb on to share how the whole process worked.

We also have some discussion about kicking Adan off the show. You will have to listen to find out why.

We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:03:25 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:56:45 - New Warhammer 40,000: Second Look
  • 1:33:45 - Discussion with Jody and Colin
  • 1:56:15 - Discussion with Doug and Josh
  • 2:15:25 - Interview with Caleb Wissenback
  • 2:46:20 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 10:42pm PST
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Episode 156 of The Independent Characters continues to explore our early impressions of The New Warhammer 40,000, but the main focus of the show is about how to bring new players into the game.

With the release of the new edition, the time couldn't be more perfect for people to join the community. The game is easier to learn than ever, but contains enough depth that older players are returning in droves. After a fairly long hobby progress section, we go over some thoughts and ideas on what you can do to help ease people into playing Warhammer 40,000 and not scare them off!

We hope you enjoy the show.

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introductions
  • 0:04:00 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:11:50 - Introducing new player to Warhammer 40,000 (Part 1)
  • 1:47:20 - Introducing new player to Warhammer 40,000 (Part 2)
  • 2:10:00 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 6:54pm PST
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Episode 155 of The Independent Characters provides you with our first impressions of The New Warhammer 40,000! (aka: 8th Edition)

While not a totally in depth look at the game, we provide an overview of how it works and what our initial impressions are. We are certain there will be more to come as we get to play more!

We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:14:30 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:00:00 - New Warhammer 40,000 (Part 1)
  • 1:37:00 - New Warhammer 40,000 (Part 2)
  • 2:23:30 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 11:27pm PST
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Episode 154 of the Independent Characters is all about Shadow Wars: Armageddon! Ok well maybe not ENTIRELY about SW:A, we have a bunch of 8th edition discussion in here as well as a couple of great interviews!

Our first interview, is with the Terrafirmer! They have a brilliant gaming table product that you are going to want to hear about and see (See show notes links below!)

We then launch into a discussion about Shadow Wars: Armageddon. A tremendous offering from Games Workshop, where the initial run of boxes and rule books sold out too fast! We go into the background the game is based on, some of its historical relation to Necromunda, and then talk about the rules and campaign system a bit.

We then launch into an interview with Matei Lungu (Or Matt as he is known!) about the Warhammer 40k scene in Bucharest, Romania. This is hopefully the first in an ongoing segment titled Warhammer 40k: Around the World, in which we talk to different people from around the world and compare similarities and differences to their gaming scene.

As a side note, Carl has been sidelined with some family issues and so we recognize some of the links didn’t make it into the show notes that should be there. We will add those in the next day or so on the Facebook page. We hope you enjoy!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:04:20 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:53:30 - Interview with FirmerTerra
  • 1:09:45 - Shadow Wars: Armageddon(Part 1)
  • 1:38:00 - Shadow Wars: Armageddon(Part 2)
  • 2:08:30 - 40k Around the World: Bucharest, Romania
  • 2:32:30 - Show Closing

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Episode 153 of The Independent Characters brings you the conclusion of our coverage of Horus Heresy Book 7 - Inferno!

To help us out with this coverage we have once again enlisted Josh Sawyer on this episode. Josh is a member of our local gaming group and a huge fan of The Thousand Sons, and has helped us pour over this massive tome and has prepared extensively for this episode!

This episode we close out our coverage talking about the forces of the Imperium. Meaning the Space Wolves, Custodes, and Sisters of Silence.

Last episode saw us cross our 3 MILLION total download mark and we just wanted to take a quick moment to thank everyone who listens to the show. It has succeeded beyond our wildest dreams.

We hope you enjoy the show!

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  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:04:30 - Winner of TABLEWAR! Macro Mat Contest announced
  • 0:05:30 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:46:00 - Horus Heresy 7 (Part 3)
  • 1:28:25 - Horus Heresy 7 (Part 4)
  • 2:26:30 - Final Thoughts and Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:50pm PST
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Episode 152 of The Independent Characters begins our long awaited coverage of Horus Heresy Book 7 - Inferno!

To help us out with this coverage we have enlisted Josh Sawyer on this episode. A member of our local gaming group and a huge fan of The Thousand Sons. Josh has helped us pour over this massive tome and has prepared extensively for this episode!

Before we launch into our coverage of the latest Horus Heresy Forge World book, we spend a few minutes talking hobby progress, the latest on 8th Edition of Warhammer 40k (which had just announced the day before we recorded), and include an interview with Paul Murphy of the Forge The Narrative Podcast - where we ALSO talk about the excitement around the new edition of Warhammer 40k!

All in all, it looks like a great time to be involved in this game. We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:03:30 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:52:00 - Interview with Paul Murphy of Forge The Narrative Podcast
  • 1:23:30 - Horus Heresy 7 (Part 1)
  • 3:13:00 - Horus Heresy 7 (Part 2)
  • 3:51:30 - Show Closing

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Episode 151 of The Independent Characters brings us back to our Show of Force format. This time around we talk about the Servants of The Star Gods - or in more common terms, The Necrons!

To help us out with this coverage we have enlisted Aaron Nascimento on this episode. He is a regular member of our gaming group who has played Necrons prior to them even having a Codex!

Before we launch into our Necron coverage though, we have a lengthy Hobby Progress section, which includes a discussion about our time at Adepticon this year. We also have two interviews, one with The 13th Legion, the guys responsible for the massive Helsreach battle that took place there. The second interview is with Justin Jones, a player in the Helsreach game who has lost his vision. This is a really interesting interview which can help many put their gaming lives into perspective.

We hope you enjoy the show!

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:07:35 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:23:30 - Interview with The 13th Legion
  • 1:41:30 - Interview with Justin Jones
  • 2:03:30 - Show of Force: Necrons (Part 1)
  • 2:54:15 - Show of Force: Necrons (Part 2)
  • 3:46:45 - Show Closing
  • 3:49:55 - Outtakes

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Episode 150 of The Independent Characters is all about dealing with change in the hobby.

With 8th edition Warhammer 40,000 right around the corner we are sure to see some people get upset about many of the changes. We talk about some good ideas for how to deal with the upcoming upheaval. We start by taking a look back through changes we saw from 5th to 6th and 7th edition and try to put some perspective around how some changes, that were thought to be catastrophic to the game at the time, really panned out.

Building upon this perspective, we talk a bit about good strategies for dealing with change from the point of view of those who deal with this kind of thing on a regular basis. Then we launch into a discussion about what changes we might see ported over from Age of Sigmar into Warhammer 40,000 with this new edition.

We hope you enjoy.

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  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:07:05 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:02:00 - Dealing with Change (Part 1)
  • 2:14:05 - Dealing with Change and AoS rules in 40k (Part 2)
  • 2:49:00 - Show Closing

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Episode 149 of The Independent Characters covers not only the 2 day airbrush class we all just attended, but we also delve into the hidden benefits of Warhammer 40k.

A couple of years ago we covered the hidden costs of Warhammer 40k, and this time we look at the other side of that coin.

Before we jump into that though, we start off with an interview with Kat and Caleb of CK Studios. We have a discussion about what our expectations are and what the class is going to cover, and then immediately follow that up with our Hobby Progress section which takes place immediately AFTER completing the class. It’s a nice follow up and closure to the whole thing.

We hope you enjoy.

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:07:00 - Interview with CK Studios
  • 0:42:20 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:31:20 - The Hidden Benefits of Warhammer 40k
  • 2:01:45 - Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:33pm PST
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Episode 148 of The Independent Characters sees us focusing on The Gathering Storm 1: Fall of Cadia.

Before we dive into one of the latest releases by Games Workshop, we jump into Hobby Progress and Adan gives an overview of his experience at the Las Vegas Open last weekend.

We then jump into the story of Fall of Cadia and how it compares to the original start of the 13th Black Crusade, the Eye of Terror Campaign. We then go into the details of the story, the characters and the ultimate resolution. Afterwards we provide our thoughts around where this is leading for 40k and what our opinion of the book is.

We hope you enjoy.

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:06:30 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:42:15 - Fall of Cadia (Part 1)
  • 1:23:10 - Fall of Cadia (Part 2)
  • 2:19:45 - Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:08pm PST
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Episode 147 of The Independent Characters returns to our Show of Force. This time it is The Great Devourer! Better known as the Tyranids.

First we open with some hobby progress, then a quick interview with CK Studios about their airbrushing class, and then we move into our coverage of our love/hate relationship with one of the most iconic Warhammer 40k Armies.

This is a lengthy discussion of where the Tyranids come from, both in fiction and as it relates to the Warhammer 40k game.

We hope you enjoy.

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:06:15 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 0:48:10 - Quick Interview with CK Studios
  • 1:01:20 - Show of Force: The Great Devourer (Part 1)
  • 1:45:40 - Show of Force: The Great Devourer (Part 2)
  • 3:04:40 - Show Closing

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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:49pm PST
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Episode 146 of The Independent Characters goes back to 2016 to discuss the year that was.

First we open with some hobby progress, a dip into our plans for 2017, and then move into a quick interview with Teras of Geek Nation Tours to discuss the Geekend out with Miniatures in the UK tour.

After that we launch into a lengthy list and discussion about how Games Workshop treated Warhammer 40k in 2016. What a year it was! Not only do we discuss what products came out in support of Warhammer 40k, we also talk a bit about where we think they may be going this year.

Even as we were recording, Games Workshop released the brand new Lord of Change model (and Kairos Fateweaver), and we spend a few minutes trying to catch our breath after seeing that! All of that and more in this episode! We hope you enjoy

Time Stamps:

  • 0:00:00 - Show Intro and Host Introduction
  • 0:06:15 - Workbench and Hobby Progress
  • 1:10:50 - Geek Nation Tours Interview
  • 1:28:05 - Warhammer 40k 2016 Year in Review (Part 1)
  • 2:21:25 - Warhammer 40k 2016 Year in Review (Part 2)
  • 3:11:50 - Show Closing

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