No, we were intentionally vague. It’s basically at the level of “things change with the basic mechanics as the campaign progresses”. Overall we were recommending people try it if they haven’t, so we tried to preserve the experience.
Episode 3 - it’s real, don’t believe the rumors! This time we finish our Terminal Directive Review and talk about the Corp changes in Core 2019.
In addition to the link, it should be available on most podcast distribution systems under “Kitchen Table Netrunner” - let me know if yours is excluded.
Not even 2019 could stop us from publishing Episode 4! We’ve played System Core decks for a couple of weeks and aren’t afraid to share our opinions, plus we talk about the NISEI Q1 GNK, and our upcoming event where people will vie for its prizes.
Finally got around to catching up - you both definitely sound a lot more comfortable after getting a few episodes under your belt
Kudos on coming up with a pun that made me too, that’s pretty impressive…
Episode 5 is here, including discussions about the Core format in advance of NISEI’s online Core Tournament this weekend. Come take a listen!
Episode 6 has arrived! This edition features a retrospective on the best cards from the Lunar cycle, and why Nasir is better than all the rest put together.
Episode 7 is here - catch our thoughts on Downfall, the Portland Store Champs, and Netrunner pottery (link in show notes).
New subscriber here - only just started playing the game and will probably play more ‘kitchen table’ than competitively - so welcome the none competitive angle also. I’m only 2.5 episodes in, so perhaps you’ve dealt with this in future episodes - but perhaps you could record in a room in your house that is a bit less ‘echoey’, and also perhaps not suddenly shout/scream because it can be a bit much if you are a listener on headphones.
All in all, thanks for starting and look forward to catching up and listening on release.
Thanks for the feedback! That’s the most detailed comment I’ve ever heard on the audio. I’ll be interested in your thoughts on Episode 7, where we got a new microphone.
No worries! Its much better than a couple of other ‘DIY’ podcasts I listen to. Especially if you’re recording actually in your kitchen on a smartphone. You’ve generally done really well to balance the volume of the two speakers. It was mainly Nicole’s reaction to Magnum Opus getting rotated that made my ears wince
Sorry about the gap - babies and podcasting don’t mix! Stealth, Regionals, and Creation & Control are all up for discussion today (or whenever you happen to listen to this).
In the depths of the competitive season, we’re back to talk about Regionals, preparing for Nationals/Worlds, the Stimhack Online Cache Refresh 10 tournament, and an interview with NISEI lead web developer Ian Witt, who was kind enough to visit us in the Rose City and talk about his work.
Hey we’re back and trying a shorter episode format to stay topical. We’re covering all the excitement from the 7 new Uprising cards and the MWL changes.
I’m tired and going to sleep, but we finished Episode 11, bringing you interviews conducted EARLIER TODAY at Crown of Lasers. It’s the next best thing to being there yourself (and if you are here, you can listen too - there’s lots of good guest content).
And one more for day 2 (or the real day 1, depending on your counting system)
One last time, we bring you interviews from Worlds, this time with Standard champions, both CableCarnage from the Nisei Standard Jnet event and Pinsel, the new world champion! Stick around for the latest news from NISEI and maybe even some spoilers found nowhere else!
Interview selfie gallery here (including my selfie with the World Champion mat): https://photos.app.goo.gl/Q2FauNFSo665C6m76
It was great to meet you all (!) of you in person in Rotterdam Thank you so much for your passionate work on keeping the hype audible and fun
Hey we’re back, talking details about System Gateway and bringing you coverage of US Nationals. Also make sure to catch our scoops December 2nd!
Uprising fell set impressions: