In this episode the usual gang of inexpert commentators, me, Aussie Simon, Dave "The Cheese-Winner" Saunders and Peter "Midnight Streaker" Webb consume vino tinto, eat surprisingly spicy tapas and try and get to the bottom of the conundrum of how and why Elephants can sometimes appear to be wonder weapons in L'Art de la Guerre. There is probably a load of other stuff there too about how the event went, how to design an army, and whether national play styles really ar "a thing" - but you'll have to listen to find out!
In this episode, recorded in the town square of Estella on a sunny Sunday afternoon, the Central London International Travelling ADLG Circus discuss the latest ADLG expedition - the games, the dice, the food, the drink and the sleepwalking nudity as well. As we now say in the world of Spanish ADLG, "What's it to you?"
..in which me and Aussie Simon ("G'Day") witter on about why some rulesets have more longevity than others, why updates sometimes so and sometimes don't refresh a rules community, which armies we plan to lose with this weekend in the FoGR competition, and whether the M1 or M40 is the best way out of London at 6pm on Friday night.
In this episode, recorded at the Le Shuttle terminal in Calais on the way back from The Worlds in Charleroi, Belgium, Dave & Tim discuss the hitherto unknown skills involved in ADLG list building, how post-industrial decay can, if carefully managed, become a tourist attraction, and whether fruit-based drinks are morally acceptable in modern society.
Another post-event podcast with special guests "Aussie" Simon, "Wins everything tries" Pete, and Dave "Call me Dave" Dave as we head our way back from the 2016 BHGS Challenge.
In this episode 2/3 of Team Central London Mediocre and 1/3 of Central London Even More Mediocre are driving home from Campaign in Milton Keynes, when we get to talk about the joys of 28mm plastic soldiers, playing the English Civil War in a theme where 4 (erm, surely just two?) armies are allowed, and generally whether bigger is in fact always better when it comes to boys toys.
In this episode I'm joined by Ian, Gavin, Jeavon, John and Stan all from Central London Wargames Club in a "straight to live" recording made in the beer garden of the Fox pub at the ExCeL Centre, London.
A Madaxeman.com Podcast with commentary from Adam & Tim on the 2016 Burton Doubles L'Art de la Guerre event.
Game 3 at Burton, and a Roman Civil War for Adam & Tim at the 2016 Burton Doubles L'Art de la Guerre event. The podcast accompanies the match reports on www.madaxeman.com where you can see the pictures that Adam & Tim are describing.