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Peg Catch Up
1:12- Robb regales us with some of the 72 Uses for Snails.
4:00- Robb compares his experience of playing Archon: Glory & Machination by Artipia Games to eating store bought garlic bread.
6:39- Christina discusses her initial plays and impressions of Steampunk Rally by Roxley Games.
13:05- Patrick and Robb are slightly divided on their impressions of Quined White Goblin Games, Carson City . (apparently a re-stock is forthcoming).
16:21- Robb sales news of a kickstarter game that made us go, meh, Dark Souls: The Board Game.
18:40- Robb goes flippity weasely over the upcoming class decks for Pathfinder:TACG, Goblins.
19:35- Patrick talks about the long awaited expansion to the classic horror game, The Betrayal at House on the Hill, Widow’s Walk.
21:30- Patrick previews a GenCon 2016 release by Martin Wallace, Asmodee, and Space Cowboys, Route 666.
23:13- Christina tells us about the upcoming 80s sentimental journey, Labyrinth: The Board Game by River Horse.
27:06- Christina tells you about a recent visitor to a FLGS.
27:55: Christina tells you how you can carry your board games in style via The Game Canopy system by Level 3B.
30:05- Patrick talks about Aether Captains by Mage Company and how you can enter to win a copy of the game.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review
Bumper Music- I Just Want It Simply by the Hackensaw Boys.
33:54- Patrick provides a rules breakdown for Stefan Feld’s The Castles of Burgundy.
Bumper Music- Castles by Halsey
36:48- All of the Pegs review the action selection game, The Castles of Burgundy.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll
Bumper Music- Both Go Down Together by The Decemberist
1:00:37- All of the Pegs revisit Descent (downgrade) and Pathfinder: TACG (slight upgrade).
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion
Bumper Music- Bad Advice by Chicago
1:12:56- We seek (or give) our board game etiquette advice with a visit with Aunt Peggy.