Sunday, October 28, 2012

Epoch Iteration 5 - Wondrous Feedback

We read listener feedback, freely toss around Avengers spoilers like they're Halloween candy, and acknowledge the wonders of video game exhaustion.

The plant growth time-lapse video discussed in the episode can be found HERE.

RECOMMENDATIONS: Jim recommends Achtung Cthulhu! - Zero Point Part 1 - Three Kings and the History of Rome podcast. Jon recommends Death Throes of the Republic, Wrath of the Khans, and The Immortal Iron Fist Vol 2: The Seven Capital Cities of Heaven.

Mentioned in this Iteration:

The Avengers
Agent Coulson
The Hunger Games
Tyler Perry
Extra Life
Space Invaders
Borderlands 2
Saints Row
Starcraft II
Children's Health Care of Atlanta Pediatric Hospital
Savage Worlds
Achtung! Cthulhu
Call of Cthulhu / Chaosium
Realms of Cthulhu / Reality Blurs
Trail of Cthulhu / Pelgrane Press
King Arthur (Welsh Legend)
Roman Empire
Alexander the Great
Star Trek / Bread and Circuses
The History of Rome
Hardcore History
Genghis Khan
The Gutter Skypes
Monkeys Took My Jetpack
Young Frankenstein
"But I can't say Sylvester, George."
Abraham Lincoln (Assassination)
The Warriors
The Anabasis / Xenophon
The Immortal Iron Fist
Mortal Kombat
Galaga / "That man is playing Galaga!"

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  1. Great to hear from you all! I had feared the dreaded podfade might have happened -- good to hear it hasn't. Can't wait 'til the next worldbuilding episode comes out.

    Loved the History of Rome podcast. Mike does a great job giving a lot of flavor to the history and making it exciting to listen to. He is actually working on a super secret project, which I assume to be another history podcast. A fan has continued the spirit of History of Rome at History of Byzantine (

    I haven't heard of the Star Trek modern Romans episode before. It's odd since the Rom-ulans are basically Romans in space!

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