Having to build, explore, and colonize the world while keeping other players at bay, is this a game that will bathe you in glory?
00:33 Tempus Fugit: What have the Fantasards been doing lately? Plus newsworthy items, and the winner of the most recent prize competition...
45:25 Out Of The Woods: Faye completes her series on writing fantasy and science-fiction, (with the help of Ruth, Tony, and Mark) looking at getting your work published with the roles of agents, the pitch, and publishers.
01:32:00 The Broadsheet: Tony talks of using 'little things' to enhance your role-playing experience, such as dice, images, collectable items, books, and props.
01:50:05 GAME REVIEW - Endeavor: A game in which you aim to competitively develop four aspects of your civilization (its buildings, culture, finance, and politics), while attempting to explore the world and colonizing whole continents ahead of others, all in the name of glory. Is this a game that will bring out the merchant prince in you?
02:37:07 My Skill Is Virtual: Chris offers his Top 5 Dungeons in WoW, looking at what makes them so good, as well as wryly looking at dungeons that do not make the grade.
03:03:25 Post Fortis: The Team discuss their recent game of Malifaux, and continue their (stumbling) overview of the Malifaux rules set. Is this a game that continues to grip them?
03:34:18 A Passion of Sorts: The Team interview John Poniske, (designer of Maori Wars, Hearts and Minds: Vietnam 1965-1975, Leaping Lemmings, Lincoln's War), discussing the need for historical accuracy in war-games, his design process, and his future plans.
04:05:22 Seriously Board: David and Angie discuss the documentary 'Going Cardboard', (don't mention Monopoly), as well as a charity board game-athon for both the Christchurch and Japan earthquake appeals, plus a teaser announcement and another fantastic discount offer (Endeavor) for Fantasard listeners!