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Merry Christmas and a happy Brexit, everyone! We wrap up 2018 in style and look forward to 2019 with a massive two and a half hours long show.
After immediately slipping into a Magic discussion with Dave, Fab recommends Springsteen on Broadway on Netflix to everyone because it made him cry. There’s also a great interview with Bruce in Esquire magazine.
Fab gives a quick overview of playing the Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II beta. It looks quite promising.
Games Workshop has started a video series called Angels of Death. Of course it can’t possibly compare to the original.
They’ve also started a 40K podcast and hey, it’s an actual podcast! Like, with an RSS feed! Wonders never cease…
We wrap up 2018 with a look back at the year and our podcasting. We also make some wild predictions for 2019, because history tells us that this must be done.
- Death Company Primaris Marines will enter the lore
- Another Primarch will surface: Russ, The Lion, Fulgrim or Lorgar
- Primaris Marines will enter the meta as cost reductions have started with Vigilus and Chapter Approved
- Hollywood execs decide that it is time to reboot the Avengers and make a new Mario Brothers movie
- There will be a niche market for pre-apocalypse party sets or survival gear in the UK
- Trump will be impeached or resign
- Microsoft won’t buy Canonical in 2019
- No Deal Brexit is coming
- Leman Russ will return to 40K
- Microsoft will buy Canonical in 2019
- The only people in the EU who will even notice Brexit are those ordering from Games Workshop or Amazon UK
- Magic Esports will be very successful and paper Magic tournaments will profit from it
- Star Citizen won’t come out in 2019
We have no feedback this time as, again, the previous episode wasn’t released when we recorded this one.
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