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Hello, I had an idea a little while ago to start a Warhammer Podcast. I'am aware these things already exist, but I think they do a poor job for various reasons.
So I thought I'd post here and just get some opinions on what people think is a good topic of discussion for a strictly Warhammer podcast, 40k or Fantasy.
Things I'd like to personally avoid talking about are my personal life, painting, modelling, things like that. Modelling and Painting come across poorly without pictures, and who cares about someones personal life?
So anything, just in your personal opinion, that you'd like to hear about/not hear about is something I'am interested in. Hope to hear back, thank you.
I havent heard many podcasts, if it would be less nonsense i would listen more often i guess.
It's quite annoying to have to fastforward 20 minutes before i come to the points where actual rumours or tactics are discussed.
That's what i like most:
Rumours about upcoming books, especially ruleschanges.
tactics, both of current rules, and also about tactics for the next release,
Like when he beastmen were rumoured, it was nice to hear in advance the switches about ambushing, or how 8th edition would be more focussed on rank n file infantry so prepared to bury my cavalry in the bottom of some boxes , its nice to hear what the experts have to say about those changes, especially when it's hard to find other gamers outside tournaments.
But maybe, just maybe they fill the cast up with 'painting' and personal life because they need to fill the show, where 30 seconds of broadcasting doesnt draw enough listeners.
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I can understand that if you're getting paid and have to put out x amount of content on a schedule. But it still makes for a pretty bad experience for a listener. Thanks for the reply. :]
I listen to quite a few podcasts, and what I like best are podcasts that talk about rumours, tactica, and hobbying tactics. I'm not too keen on the first hour of podcasts, where the people just talk about their recent games or hobbying. The games arn't interesting to listen to without photos or without an army that I am interested in. One time I had to skip a whole hour of a podcast just talking about an SW player's tournie...
Hobbying tactics are good though, such as time saving or money saving strategies. And rumours/tactics are always great to listen too. I find that a regular schedule with various themes in the podcast help a lot. 11th company for instance have an army review theme as part of their podcast schedule, where they spend a few episodes disecting an army. The last one I believe was IG.
I hope that helped
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I love the Warp idea as I am a big fan of Warhammer. Haven't played D&D in a very long while but I would try to have the characters by themselves at first to fight a few demons at a time but quickly run into each other and band together. Either that or a great idea would be to have them all in a cities Prison (wrongly imprisoned or not) with very little gear and they have to "acquire" their gear from the armory or wherever the prison would store their stuff.