Episode 44 Shows Notes: Deus and Diagnostic Gaming

Peg Catch Up

1:09- Robb tells us about the 1929 Blues Standard 44 Blues.

1:24- All of the Pegs crow about their trivia prowess as proven at the Star City Roller Girls Cabin Fever Releaver.

2:38- Jeremy tells us about his failed play of The Staufer Dynasty. (a dynasty of German monarchs in the High Middle Ages, reigning from 1138 to 1254).

stauf

 

5:07- Jeremy discusses some of the concerns he has about The Gates of Arkham.

gatesgate

7:52- Jeremy tells us about his prep for and play of Flying Frog Games Weird West themed game, Shadows of Brimstone.

shadowbrim

11:37- Jeremy talks about introducing his daughter to role playing through the game Adventure Maximus.

15:45- The Pegs briefly discuss Sheriff of Nottingham and The Woodworking Sheriff’s recent project, Board Game Theatre.

16:39- All of the Pegs discuss the recent card game, Red7.

red7

20:34- All of the Pegs respond to the very well crafted kennerspiel de jahres nominee Rococo.

rococo

24:07- Robb wonders openly how a board game store he encountered in Northern Virginia stays open and successful.

27:39- Robb tells about the upcoming expansion for the Bruno Cathala titles, Five Tribes and Abyss.

abyss

29:15- Jeremy admits to backing his first kickstarter project, Above and Below.

abovebelow

31:05- Robb expresses interest is the tile laying game by Stonemaier Games’ Between Two Cities.

citycards

32:56- Patrick introduces the most recent title by Floodgate Games, Vault Wars.

35:45- Christina announces her plans to start a female gaming group.

37:06- Christina diagnosis all of the Pegs of a potential new mental health disorder, gaming addiction.

39:18- Patrick announces our most recent PegHead Nation Proclamation, giving praise to Bryan Quinn proprietor of stickermule.

stickermule

Blue Peg, Pink Peg Review

Bumper Music- Playing with The Boys by Kenny Logins.

41:25- Patrick provides a rules breakdown for Pearl Games and Asmodee Editions hand management game, Deus.

Bumper Music- Deus from Bach’s Gloria in D as performed by The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.

46:25- All of the Pegs review Deus.

Deus 1 Deus 2 Deus 3 Deus 4 Deus 5 Deus 6 Deus 7

Blue Peg, Pink Peg Re-Roll

Bumper Music- One More Time by The Clash.

1:11:43- The Pegs re-roll the card drafting games Trains and Dominion.

Blue Peg, Pink Peg Discussion

Bumper Music- Analyze by DJ Spooky.

1:17:18- All of the Pegs explore what games tells us about ourselves and the people with whom we play.

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