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This is a small show about the big things God does in the lives of ordinary people. Each month Katie and Amy of Warhorn Media interview a different woman about a turning point in her life, something she will always remember as God's work. Some of the stories are inspiring, some are heartbreaking, some are joyful, but all are Monumental. Everyone has a story. What's yours?
 
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In today's episode we discuss Western-themed games, both those that missed the mark for us and those that bring forth the excitement that is the Wild, Wild West. Our in-depth game review this week is Paleo by Peter Rustemeyer and published by Hans im Glück. This co-operative game is discussed at length as we discuss mechanisms, theme, arc and every…
 
Despite the pirate-like title, we are instead talking about deck builders in today's episode. We discuss some of our favorites and some that are not for us. Our in-depth game review is Anachrony by Dávid Turczi from Mindclash Games. We will be doing a board game giveaway shortly so be sure to check out our social media for updates. Time stamps of g…
 
In this episode we have a vision of a future GenCon, we travel to (on?) Mars, we relax with cats on the Island of Miaui, discuss games we just played or we are looking to receive, we review "Bears!" for longer than it would take to play it, and finish with our titular conversation about boardgames names. As always, if you enjoy our content, please …
 
Today's episode is all about area control games, and fittingly, the review is on Rising Sun by Eric Lang. We discuss as always what we like and what we think makes good area control games. Some games that we discussed in this episode include TrapWords, Fantasy Realms, Mission Red Planet, Ethnos, Herrlof, So You've Been Eaten, The Staufer Dynasty, R…
 
In today's episode, we have gone back to prehistoric times, when only worker placement games ruled the gaming scene. Ok, maybe not that far, but we have definitely gone back to simpler times when worker placement meant worker placement only. Back in our day, we didn't have these hybrid games that are all the rage blending worker placement with othe…
 
Today's episode revolves around how we choose what games to play and what can influence that decision. Some games that we discussed in this episode include: Praga Caput Regni, Tzolk'in, and Carnegie. Our in-depth review this episode was Lost Ruins of Arnak, a hybrid deck buliding/ worker placement from new designers Min and Elwin published in 2020 …
 
We are back, back, back again! Welcome to Season 2 of our podcast endeavors, where Geki and I attempt to be more regular about posting content. Thank you to all the listeners who have reached out to us. We hope you enjoy our look back at the year 2020, specifically games that came out in that year. We are excited to start our new Season with a look…
 
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