Dice Tower Network Podcast: Rolling Dice & Taking Names

Rolling Dice & Taking Names is a podcast where two seasoned tabletop gamers have discussions about board games, RPGs, and miniatures that are entertaining and informative to casual gamers and experienced hobbyists alike. The level of conversation would be similar to friends sitting around the kitchen table playing the latest game, discussing their likes and dislikes of a style of game, or just trying to make sense of the latest gaming news. In addition, special guests add their gaming knowledge to help the hosts sound more credible. Family friendly, informative and always striving to be entertaining.

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Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episodes

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So as far as the best comedy TV shows go, Marty and I agree that one of the best was WKRP in Cincinnati and the Thanksgiving episode ranks up there […]
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In episode 54, the gang takes a look at the Stefan Feld's newest game, Bruges. Then they take a look back at a game they reviewed 1 year ago, Bootleggers. Tony gives you the skinny on all the newest games coming out and community events. They the guys talk about games that require preparation and is the preparation part of the fun? Lastly the founders take a look at the cyberpunk genre.
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This episode is unlike any other episode we have done. Basically, Marty had an idea that we should play a game and then discuss our strategy while recording. I will support any idea that allows me to play a game. So, Todd (who you have heard many times on the show) and Alex (Mr Game Club) came over to Marty's to play Lords of Waterdeep and it only took three months to schedule. We play the game and then record a show on how it went.
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This episode is unlike any other episode we have done. Basically, Marty had an idea that we should play a game and then discuss our strategy while recording. I will […]
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This episode is unlike any other episode we have done. Basically, Marty had an idea that we should play a game and then discuss our strategy while recording. I will […]
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In episode 53, the gang takes a look at the Jack the Ripper themed, hidden movement game, Letters from Whitechapel. The founders then take a look back at our Halloween game review from last year, Fury of Dracula. Tony gives you the skinny on all the newest games coming out and community events. The show is finished out as the guys geek out over their favorite horror movies and how you can use them to make RPG adventures.
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They're here...This is our Halloween episode and we have the ladies returning to the show. I am not saying that their return is scary or the segment will give you nightmares, but the episode was released near Halloween thus it is our Halloween show. I am also not hinting that the title of the show is any reflection on marriage, just thought it would fit with the time of year, that is all. Now that those clarifications are out of the way, let's talk about the show.MACE Convention activities, find out how to play Nothing Personal and Eldritch Horror is discussed.
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They’re here… This is our Halloween episode and we have the ladies returning to the show. I am not saying that their return is scary or the segment will give […]
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They’re here… This is our Halloween episode and we have the ladies returning to the show. I am not saying that their return is scary or the segment will give […]
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In episode 52, the gang is light as Brian and Steve couldn't make it, but Tony makes up for it by waking up and talking. First they give you a walkthrough and review of William Attia's new design, Spyrium. Then Tony digs through the RSS feeds for all the best news items about gaming. Then the guys round off the show with a good old fashioned round table about designing a badass villain for your roleplaying game.

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