#176: Omnibus Questions Bravo Alpha


Mark has not yet finished his Cain-like eternal wanderings throughout Canada (though he didn’t even murder any siblings), but we nonetheless conspired in advance to make this episode possible. Sporadic though our output may be until such time as SVWAG West gets established, we will take care of you as best we can.

Games Played Last Week:
02:03 -Regicide (Paul Abrahams, Luke Badger, & Andy Richdale, Badgers from Mars, 2020)
05:41 -Pax Viking (Jon Mankr, Ion Game Design, 2021)
09:46 -Dinosaur Tea Party (Rob Daviau, JR Honeycutt, & Justin D. Jacobson, Restoration Games, 2018)
10:41 -Million Dollar Script (Daniel Stamm, Portal Games, 2021)
15:45 -Scape Goat (Jon Perry, Indie Boards & Cards, 2020)
16:56 -Sonic the Hedgehog: Crash Course (Sean Dallas McDonald, IDW Games, 2018)
20:07 -Babylonia (Reiner Knizia, Ludonova, 2019)
22:17 -In the Shadow of the Emperor (Ralf Burkert, Rio Grande Games, 2004)
25:51 -Imperium: The Contention (Gary Dworetsky, Contention Games, 2021)

News (and why it doesn’t matter):
27:31 Board Game Arena onslaught of new games
28:05 Lost Ruins of Arnak expansion
28:28 Blue Moon license reverts to Knizia, reprint delayed

29:58 Topic: Omnibus Questions Bravo Alpha

Walkers answer for the meet cute question was hilarious.

Im one of the heathens like Walker who throws away the inserts and just bags the components. The only times I had fancy inserts like GameTrayzzzz is if they are included already.

And I agree with Mr. Walker again where my collection is catered to me, but it’s still molded based on whats the chance they get played based on who I play games with.


I think other people (person) is a bigger factor to me.

I’m basically a game glutton so I assume most things will work with me, but other people less so.