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1:20- Christina fills us in on a whole bunch of 71 “trivia”.
3:49- Jeremy recounts his game day experience, where he introduced a new couple to the gaming group.
8:33- Jeremy beams about his daughters game teaching initiative.
9:39- Jeremy raves about the storytelling game by Fantasy Flight Games’ Winter Tales.
17:27- Jeremy discusses the upcoming light filler card game, Blood and Fortune by Ex1st Games.
22:05- Christina discusses playing games with some non-players, including Mayfair Game’s 6 Nimmt and Z-Man Game’s Camel Up.
26:48- Patrick raves about Fantasy Flight Game’s Star Wars: Rebellion.
36:00- Patrick delves into an older Feld favorite, Notre Dame.
40:40- Patrick reveals one of his board game blind spots, Portal Game’s Neuroshima Hex.
45:45- Christina talks about backing the co-op/competitive kickstarter game, Emergence.
49:24- Patrick talks about the upcoming Asmodee Games’ team based game, Captain Sonar.
53:09- Patrick shares news of an upcoming reprint of Bruxelles 1893.
53:40- Patrick discusses the news of a new image based version of Codenames by CGE.
55:30- The Pegs thank honorary Peg Stephen Buonocore for helping them out of their GenCon housing pickle.
57:51- Jeremy becomes a game blinger upon hearing news of Stonemaire Games upcoming Terror Tome.
59:56- Jeremy discusses the best way to get into the Mythos gaming subset and touches upon the upcoming Eldritch Horror expansion, Signs of Carcosa. (click here to pre-order).
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review
Bumper Music- Over Before it Began by Urthboy.
1:04:58- Patrick provide a rules breakdown for The Prodigals Club by Czech Games Edition.
Bumper Music- Bad Reputation by Joan Jett.
1:07:25- All of the Pegs review The Prodigals Club.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion
Bumper Music- The Theme from Get Smart by Irving Szathmary.
1:48:47- All of the Pegs have some fun playing trivia games and discussing some board game related trivia, including:
Jeremy’s discussion of some of hobby’s longest board games, Here I Stand, Seven Ages, World in Flames and The Campaign for North Africa.
Christina overwhelms us with the details of the way that people die as represented in several board games, including blowing yourself up in Bang!, dying in the vacuum in space in Galaxy Trucker, having your head cut off in Guillotine (“bonus” article on head transplants), or dying being eaten by a giant snake in Pathfinder: ACG.
Patrick tells us some trivia about the board gaming convention GenCon.