TWT Podcast episode 4 is up after a late night... Hope you all enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it...
I've just finished listening to all of your episodes. I just wanted to mention a few things.
My only negative remark is about the language that was used in one or two of the first episodes. I didn't hear anymore, so I'm hoping you've conscientiously decided to not use any vulgar words. A disclaimer would have been fine. I don't mind language, but some folks that may be listening around children or don't use vulgar language would probably appreciate a warning.
But that's the only thing I didn't like, and since that was only minimal, it's not a huge deal.
Everything else is good stuff! I absolutely love how you see the potential in cards that aren't currently meta. I try to focus on non-meta cards for my CCW articles. I also love the "Why the Name?" and the "Ice Breaker" segments. Those are wonderful ideas and you deserve super kudos for those!
You shouldn't apologize so much either - you do just fine. I don't feel like you ramble, even though you say you do. Listening to your podcast makes me feel like I'm in a conversation with someone. You speak as though you're speaking directly to someone and not faceless listeners like many other (non-Dice Masters) podcasts out there. I stopped listening to several boardgame and sci-fi related podcasts because they felt kinda dry and lifeless.
Also, Tori (not sure on spelling, so I apologize if I butchered it), would make a fantastic co-host! It was super cute listening to the two of you in this episode.
You mentioned Halloween themed events - we did a Monster Mash where you were only allowed to use D&D Non-Basic Actions and Monster affiliated characters. We also entered folks into a drawing for the last three Strahd promos/dice we had from the RDW, but they were only entered if they came in costume! For Thanksgiving, we have a Deadpool draft the Saturday before Thanksgiving, so we're doing the 'Colors of Thanksgiving' the Saturday after Thanksgiving. You're only allowed to use characters and non-Basic Actions if their dice (not accents) are one of the following colors: Orange, Green, Yellow, Red, White, Brown/Tan, Clear, Black, and Grey/Silver.
I like your podcast and if you don't mind, I'm going to add a link for it to my sticky article.