• Annette Villa

    Annette Villa has hosted 3 episodes.

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  • Bill Corey Jr

    Bill Corey Jr has hosted 3 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I'm from southeastern Wisconsin. I've been a mobile DJ and karaoke host for over 25 years now, and I'm lucky to have been successful enough to make an actual living out of it for the last 10 years. I also do some freelance work as a voice actor, and I've worked with independent film companies to produce award winning films. I'm active in local community theater productions, both on and off stage, and I've served on the board of directors for multiple non-profit organizations. I am also one of the founders of the Gaming Hoopla, a tabletop gaming convention held in Gurnee, IL that raises money for the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I commonly refer to myself as an "omnigamer", in that I enjoy pretty much all sorts of games. I do tend to favor heavier, more involved games in general, though.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    Eclipse, no question. Not only is it a brilliant mix of euro mechanics with Amerithrash dice-chucking, but it can have a cinematic feel that I've never found anywhere else in boardgaming.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    Tough question. I guess I'd probably have to say the first time I went to BGG.con in Dallas in 2014. I had been to a bunch of conventions in the past (most notably 25 consecutive Gen Cons and probably 12-15 Origins), but BGG was the first board game-specific convention I think I'd ever been to. It was an amazing experience for me... not only did I get to play games for five straight days, but I was able to meet some of the luminaries of the boardgaming world, including Ignacy Trzewiczek (BIG fanboy moment for me) and a ton of podcasters and publishers. It was amazing, and I never miss BGG now because of it.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    Game Night Done Right is intended to give tips and tricks into how to organize a game group successfully, whether it's a weekly game night at your home or your FLGS.

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  • Brandon Kempf

    Brandon Kempf has hosted 22 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I'm Brandon Kempf, born and raised in the middle of the country in Jefferson City, MO.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I am a bit of an omnigamer, but my tastes lean more to the light to mid-weight Euro styled games. A lot of that has to do with gaming with my family, but I think there are really a ton of fantastic games in that weight class that certainly don't get the love that the big meaty games get sometimes.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    Probably since I played it at Geekway to the West three years ago or so, Ginkgopolis has remained my favorite game. Sadly lately it hasn't hit the table nearly as often as it used to, but online plays have really helped remedy that problem. Around here we love tile placement style games, so this one was a natural fit.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    We've had an epic 8 hour A Game of Thrones, 2nd Ed game which was fun and never should have gone on that long, but we certainly enjoyed our fair share of food, drink and laughs all the way up till 3 in the morning when we finally finished it. I also had the pleasure of being hit in the face with a flying Imp for taking a spot from someone. We play a bit obnoxiously at home, but keep it calm out of the house.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    Our focus on our segment for the podcast is on the games and our family and friends, sometimes in reverse order. My wife and I have used our segment as a way to learn a bit about what we really like in gaming, but also we've used it as our time to sit and talk, which with two active kids, a busy work schedule and a hobby that we have dove into head first, you don't have much free time to sit and quietly talk.

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  • Craig Marks

    Craig Marks has hosted 8 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?
    Craig Marks from Youngstown, Ohio. I run the Botch Games Podcast, you've probably never heard of it.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?
    All of the above

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?
    Yes.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?
    You had to be there.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?
    My segment focuses on role-playing games that aren't D&D, because, honestly, there are so many better games.

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  • Danielle & Jake Bock

    Danielle & Jake Bock has hosted 2 episodes.

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  • Derek Davis

    Derek Davis has hosted 6 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    Gaming history: I started playing magic in 7 th grade and have always been a collector. When I went to college I got wrapped into the LotR CCG from Decipher and Heroclix, but after college I could never find a community to play with and the prices were starting to get out of my range. In 2008 my wife and I started playing Catan with a few friends. I wanted to dig deeper; but, again, the group was not as interested as I was.

    In 2013 I found my first Kickstarter game: Rivet Wars by CMON. That linked me to the Dice Tower and my collector rage (now fueled with adult-like income) went full froth, dragging me in the rainbow filled abyss of cardboard joy. Four years later, I have over 300 games and I contribute to a podcast every week. Crazy…

    Personal history: I grew up on five acres of farm land in the central valley of California in a town called Clovis. I was on track out of high school to enter the music scene in LA. I played drums for a band and we had some fairly talented members. Instead, I decided to jump ship and go to college. I graduate with a degree in philosophy and religion from Point Loma Nazarene University in 2005. From there, my wife and I moved to Kansas City, Missouri, were we both completed master’s degrees: hers in education and mine in theological studies. I am currently and administrator and teacher at a seminary and my wife takes care of our 2-year old son. I am hoping to finish my doctoral degree next year.

    I am fascinated by the game designer’s task of creating experiences for players and how it parallels course design. My hope is to develop a course designer’s handbook for higher education that is based on game design principles.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I tend to love both ends of the gaming spectrum. I love light, filler games and heavy Euros. From Kingdomino and Mammuz to Food Chain Magnate and Navajo Wars I love it all. I think this is because of my three primary gaming contexts. First, I play games at lunch with students and coworkers. This generally requires games with a higher player count that are fast and easy to teach. Second, I play a lot of two-player games with my wife. She tends to like the fast fillers as well, but is also open to medium/medium-heavy Euros. Finally, I have my group of gamer friends that meets every other week at my house. That is where the heavy Euros emerge.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    My favorite game is Navajo Wars, though Comancheria might give it a run for its money. I love the immersive experience of it and the fact that it is solo means I can play it whenever I want. As I said above, I love to see the kinds of experiences designers want players to have. I think designing these experiences has a special characteristic when it comes to solo games. The designer can really invite players into a different kind of space. I have not experienced a more immersive and complex experience than Navajo Wars and I love it.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    I think memorable experience in gaming can be divided into two categories: gameplay experiences and social experiences.

    Gameplay experiences are things that happen in the context of the game that are surprising, exhilarating, and otherwise memorable. As I mentioned above, Navajo Wars has provided me some singular gameplay experiences. The designer invites you into new spaces and the mechanics facilitate drama and suspense. Another recent game that has provided this kind of experience is Mansions of Madness: Second Edition. Playing that game in the dark of early morning with the dramatic music and the storytelling app, which describes in gruesome detail what is happening to you when you lose an encounter, is wonderful.

    Social experiences are memorable situations that occur when you are with great people and there just happens to be a board game involved. I can think of several experiences with good friends playing. Now, I am not a big Catan fan, but taunting people, slamming the robber down on their tiles, calling them jerks, etc. can all be entertaining. But the truth is that this would be the case no matter what game we were playing.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    My segment has recently changed its delivery model, but the concept remains the same. I host the Evolving Review segment. The focus of the segment is to give a game time, not just frequency to determine if I like it. If I were to cram fifteen plays of Great Western Trail into two weeks, I might understand the game well, but that would not give me adequate time to actually reflect on the merits and demerits of the game. The goal of my review style is to space out the plays over a seven-week period to determine the longevity of the game. Starting on the first Sunday of March, there will be an Evolving Review the first Sunday of every month. On the other Sundays, I will provide express reviews of smaller games.

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  • Donny Behne

    Donny Behne has hosted 3 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    Hi! My name is Donny and I live just outside Dallas, TX. I have been married 11 years and am expecting my first junior gamer (a boy) in June. I am the co-host and Edit Overlord of the Low Player Count Podcast, a podcast about solo and two-player games, a key-holder for Dallas Games Marathon, a monthly meetup of gamers, and a board member for Dallas-Forth Worth Nerd Night, an organization that throws monthly board game parties for charity.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I lean towards games with either loads of brainy decisions or ridiculous amounts of theme and dice chucking! I do, however, move as far away from direct, open conflict among many players. Head to head play, now that's different! Just about any game that lists solo play on the box is one I'll probably buy. I have several armies for various miniature war games (Warhammer 40K, Warmachine, MERCS, etc.) and am a recovering Magic player.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    My long term favorite games are Race for the Galaxy and Mage Knight. More short term (though leap frogging up my all time list) are Terraforming Mars and The Colonists.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    I've been playing modern board games for about six years now and one of my first memories includes playing a giant, homebrew version of Settlers of Catan, using a wide array of expansions (some only in part) and never learning what triggers the end game (I still don't know...). More recently, it's diving into the ever-growing gaming community both in my area and in the US. I've been very lucky to travel twice to Gen Con and once to Origins as a part of the board game industry.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    The focus of my segment is my BG Stats App! My resolution this year was to be more deliberate about tracking my game plays. I'm normally horrible at remembering what I've played or even what games I own (no, it's not THAT many, I just have a bad memory!). To further this, my segment will be me reviewing my plays for the week, the good, the bad, and the very, very ugly (usually my all too frequent losses) via my BG Stats App. Sometimes I'll explore what went wrong and sometimes it'll just be a quick review of how the game went and what I liked.

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  • Eric Booth

    Eric Booth has hosted 9 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I'm The Eric Booth and I currently live in Cary, NC, which arguably has one of the largest gaming communities around. Pretty lucky to live here. I'm originally from East Liverpool, OH and graduated HS in 1986, Yes that says 1986. After which I spent a 6 year enlistment in the USAF at Castle AFB, CA. I used to play bass and drums in various bands ranging from hard core punk to Americana. And I used to be a semi pro Magician.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I think it would be easier to say what kind of games I don't like to play: Mainly Social Deduction games, and any kind of game where the main focus is stocks and trading. Other than that I'm pretty much open to play anything from the driest Euro to the most theme dripping Amerithrash game.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    My favorite games, hmmm. Well my go-to games are The Castles of Burgundy, Terraforming Mars, Viticulture and Fields of Arle. But like I said, I love playing a wide range of games.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    As for my most memorable experience I've had board gaming was coming to the realization that the Fireside Gathering of Hearthstone contributed nothing to actually interacting with actually people. But this experience lead me down the path to actual social interaction that is physical board games.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    Sometimes it's personal stories on how board gaming has helped me leave my anxiety riddled shell. Most of the time though it's off the cuff, nonsensical board game reviews.

    Well that's me in a nutshell.

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  • Eric Buscemi

    Eric Buscemi has hosted 12 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I'm a financial journalist, originally from Queens, New York, but now living on Long Island, New York. I am married and have two young children I’m training to become board gamers.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I consider myself an omnigamer, and enjoy everything from lighter filler games, to heavy Euros, to dice chucking Ameritrash games. I’ll try pretty much any game (at least) once.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    I'm really all over the place, but BGG tells me my highest rated games are Summoner Wars, Marvel Legendary, Blood Rage, Castles of Mad King Ludwig, Brewin' USA, The Networks, Codenames, Burgle Bros., Marvel Dice Masters, and Patchwork.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    I went to GenCon back in 2015, and got to play a prototype of Giga-Robo in the First Exposure Playtest Hall, and then kept in touch with designer Alex Cheng and became a playtester for the game. I watched, and in some small way helped, it evolve, and eventually saw the Kickstarter succeed, unlocking many of its stretch goals along the way.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    I find I’m very concise and to the point in both my reviews and my podcasting, so in my “Spotlight On” segment, I focus on one or two games I’ve played any given week and give a brief synopsis and some thoughts on them.

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  • Jamie Maltman

    Jamie Maltman has hosted 14 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I'm Jamie Maltman, from Richmond Hill - a northern suburb of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. So yes, I will use Canadian spelling. I've been playing hobby boardgames in one form or another pretty much continuously for almost 35 years, since I was a small kid who found a copy of TSR's Dungeon at a yard sale in the early 80s.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I'm pretty much an omnigamer, but my sweet spot is Medium to medium heavy Euros, but I also like hybrids, co-ops and play a ton of family weight games with my 2 boys (5 and 7.5 at early 2017) as well. Not auctions.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    My very favourite game is Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization, but I also love Dominant Species, Concordia, and Vital Lacerda's games.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    I used to play epic length games with my high school friends, and sometimes we'd play games like Empires in Arms (a Napoleonic strategic level game up to 200 hours for the grand campaign) over many sessions during a high school summer, or 10 hour Advanced Civilization games. These days it's when my sons beat me at games, like when my 7 year old son beat me at Star Wars: Rebellion!

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    We play a lot of games as a family, and 2P my wife and I, so not only do I talk through our many plays each week, I also highlight things that my kids, my wife and I are learning from and through boardgames each week. Sometimes it's learning things through playing games, other times it's learning things about the games themselves, or about ourselves as it relates to games.

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  • Jessica Wade

    Jessica Wade has hosted 5 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I am originally from Northern California and have been living in the Richmond, Virginia area since 2005. After working for two years as an inorganic chemist in Sacramento, I moved to Richmond to get my Master’s degree in Forensic Science, and since graduation in 2007 I’ve been working as a forensic firearms examiner.

    I was introduced to this amazing world of boardgaming in Spring 2015. I was online dating, of all things, and met a guy who happened to be a boardgame publisher. OKCupid changed my life, but not in the way you’d expect!! As soon as I was introduced to boardgaming I was hooked and haven’t looked back. My boardgame collection literally went from zero to 100 in a year and a half! My life is completely different, and I’ve finally found that hobby, that passion I was looking for. That boardgame publisher and I are still friends to this day, and he actually invited me on to be a co-host on his podcast, which is how I got into podcasting. After working on the State of Games for a few months, I asked Brandon of the WDYPTW Podcast if I could contribute a segment and that’s how I started Highlights/Lowlights and I love doing this!

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I love all different kinds of games, but after I did an interview for another podcast, they helped me realize that I’m all about mechanics, so I guess eurogames are for me. I don’t need a lot of theme or story, though I don’t mind if it’s there. I love games where I kind of do my own thing, but people can’t mess with it too much, other than maybe grab something before me that I may have been vying for. I’ve also realized that I like games that are much more reactive and tactical than ones that require more long-term strategic thinking. I hate combat and attack-y games, for sure.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    As my twitter handle suggests, I am a fan of Stefan Feld’s games. I haven’t played all of them but most of the ones I’ve played I love. One of my favorite games is Terraforming Mars from Stronghold Games which is a perfect example of what I described earlier, a very reactive and tactical game. There’s a little randomness due to card draws that make you have to adjust your game plan almost every round, and I love reacting like that. I also LOVE Automobiles, published by AEG, and Thurn & Taxis, published by Rio Grande Games.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    Conventions are the best! Getting to meet other board game folks that I’ve interacted with on Twitter has been amazing, especially because they all turn out to be awesome! Now, whenever I travel, I can always meet up with folks to play all kinds of games. Pre-Origins gaming in 2016 was particularly amazing—a huge group of us playing 6 Nimmt! and Gas Out in a hotel lobby, just laughing and being silly. And that was with mostly people I was meeting for the first time!

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    I’m not a reviewer -- I just talk about the games I’ve played, give a quick synopsis of them, and give a quick thought on my opinions of the game. Then I go into detail about which game, gameplay, or gaming-related occurrence was the highlight of my gaming week and why, and then which was my lowlight. I’m all about the fun or frustration I experienced that week in gaming.

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  • Joe Wiggins

    Joe Wiggins has hosted 0 episodes.

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  • Johannes Lindrupsen

    Johannes Lindrupsen has hosted 5 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    My name is Johannes, and I am an avid board gamer from Norway. I love to play games, talk about games, and think about games. When I don't do any of that, I work as a magician, actor and comedian all around the place here. I like to write comedy, be crazy and just have fun.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    Quick answer: All the games!

    Longer answer: I love games all over the place. I love everything from heavy, long euros to small, short fillers with no thinking involved. When that is said, I am a eurogamer. I do enjoy a little bit of amerithrash here and there, but for the most part, I like non confrontational euro games where I can plan and do cool stuff while trading spices in the middle east.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    After saying that I am mostly a eurogamer, it might be strange that my favorite game is Time Stories. The reason for this, is that I love a good story, and an immersive experience. I have played a lot of video games in my life, and I mostly play RPG's that can tell me a good story, and that's what I like so much about Time Stories. When you add the human element, the storytelling and puzzle solving, this is a game right up my alley.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    This is a hard one. A very, very hard one. Almost every time I play games with my fantastic friends, I experience stuff that I will remember. Just to be able to spend so much time with great people is the best.
    If I have to write up one, then one will be me and Sunniva, my girlfriend, getting The Castles of Burgundy about four years back. That's the game that got her into playing other games than Carcassonne, and because of that, we have shared countless hours of board gaming together. She is now almost as heavy into games as I am.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    In my segment, Rambling Review, I try to review a game every week, rambling style. I like to just ramble about games, have fun with the recording and just let what happens happen. I work a lot with improvisation in my day job, and I like to do that when recording as well.

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  • Kerensa Morrow-Kempf

    Kerensa Morrow-Kempf has hosted 9 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    Greetings and salutations. My name is Kerensa Marie Anastasia Morrow-Kempf, I was born approximately one month late in Jefferson City, Missouri and not much has changed in the past 42 years. Wait that's not true. Quite a bit happened but I'll try to keep this short an sweet, like me. I was very quiet and shy as a child (saving my words for later). Attended Catholic grade school, public high school and a very small private college in St. Louis majoring in interior design/graphic communications. I believe this is where I realized there were a few other people a little like me. For the past 18 years I've worked for Social Services, nothing near my field of study. For the past 15 years, I've been married to Brandon Kempf. We have two beautiful and funny girls. Gabriella and AnnaBeth. My hobbies include doing my best to beat Brandon at board games, gaming with family, singing Karaoke, and most recently, roller skating. Every spare moment, I attempt to raise two respectful young ladies who are confident and comfortable in who they are. My hope is that our kids always make others feel comfortable being themselves (as long as the others are not jerks.)

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    Deck builders appeal to me. I also like tile placement games. Most anything that removes us from the clamorous, "plugged in" world in which we live.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    Legendary and Clank have been very good to me. I enjoy playing Carcassonne with Brandon. Pandemic: Legacy is my favorite family time game. T.I.M.E. Stories was great weekend game with Brad, Kate and Brandon.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    In 2015, I triumphed in Geekway to the West, Battling Tops. Although I'm about 12 inches too short to ever know, I'm pretty sure becoming Battling Tops Champion felt better than being crowned Miss America. It was fun to see my cartoon self on the Battle Tops poster in 2016. Being a part of the What Did You Play This Week podcast is quite an experience as well. The board game community is like no other. I struggled with defining it and found two quotes that I like equally. "My idea of good company is the company of clever, well-informed people who have a great deal of conversation; that is what I call good company." ~ Jane Austen and "You never realize how weird your friends are until you start describing them to other people." ~ Unknown

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    Making Brandon sweat about what I might say next. Oh, yeah, encouraging others to board game with family and friends.

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  • Levi Mote

    Levi Mote has hosted 4 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I'm Levi Mote, Board game designer, publisher, and enthusiast from the Pacific Northwest. More specifically the Portland OR area. I'm a pretty open guy so there is little I would not want the listeners to know about me.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I'm always looking for three I's when I design / play a board game. I want games to be Intuitive, Immersive, and Innovative. Innovative is last because it is the most easily misunderstood. I don't need a game to have a completely new mechanism or mechanic, but I love when they use things I've seen before in novel or compelling ways.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    The only game I will never turn down a chance to play is Twilight Imperium 3rd Edition. Conversely any brain burner also makes me happy.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    I have several fond memories of playing the aforementioned TI3, Betrayal at House on the Hill, and Diplomacy, as well as D&D, and the Champions RPGs.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    Focus?!? What is that? :)

    I find myself meandering as I record but generally I start of with the game I played this week that really stood out to me, then go into RPGs, and finish off with Daily Magic Games news and events.

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  • Mason Weaver

    Mason Weaver has hosted 5 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I'm an organic gardening educator at a non-profit. I live in Oklahoma City with my partner Megan, two dogs and two porch cats. I'm a vegetarian, a Star Trek fan, and vinyl record collector.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I love medium-heavy euros, roll-n-writes, and set collectors with weird themes.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    Troyes, Race for the Galaxy, Castles of Burgundy

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    Getting to meet twitter friends and game designers I like at bgg.con has been the highlight of my board game life.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?
    I mostly give personal opinions about games I've played and occasionally I complain about component quality and box sizes.

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  • Patrick Hillier

    Patrick Hillier has hosted 22 episodes.

    Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I'm from the Dayton, Ohio area. I'm married with a son in college. My day job is an architect.

    What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I play everything once -- I'm best known for my love of co-ops and thematic games with lots of player interaction where there is a high social dynamic.

    Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    My favorite games are Cribbage, Glory to Rome, El Grande, and Cyclades.

    What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    I like to donate to the Jack Vasel Memorial Fund and usually donate to the "play with" a podcast or someone "famous" in the community. Those events have always been a lot of fun.

    What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    I started off, and continue to do Android board game app reviews. I also attend a lot of conventions and like to cover those. As an older gamer, I like to toss in some old "classic" games I think people should be playing along as the new hotness.

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  • Sarah Sharp

    Sarah Sharp has hosted 2 episodes.

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  • Spencer Kellis

    Spencer Kellis has hosted 2 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    Born and raised in Mesa, AZ, currently living in the Salt Lake City area. I mainly play with my wife, Ralina, but we often have different other people that join us for game sessions.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    I typically prefer mechanical, dry, themeless, Euros. But I also like good party games with family and friends.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    Terra Mystica, Troyes, Trajan, Bruxelles 1893, Tzolk'in, Nations, Navegador, Keyflower

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    In a game of Shadows Over Camelot, one of my teenage sons was able to wait until the very end to reveal that he was the traitor, deserting us on an important quest. All of us were floored and lost to him on a tie breaker.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    My segment is called "Versus," a brief comparison of two games.

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  • Travis D Hill

    Travis D Hill has hosted 6 episodes.

    1. Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What should listeners know about you?

    I am a secondary teacher out of Dallas, Texas. I edit rule books, drink lots of coffee, and spend time with wife and corgi.

    2. What games or types of games are you interested in?

    Mostly heavy economic/euro games and wargames. Predominantly play solo. Oh, and Arkham Horror LCG.

    3. Do you have a favorite game or games you enjoy most?

    Roads & Boats, Twilight Struggle, Fields of Arle, D-Day at Omaha Beach, Navajo Wars, Cuba Libre.

    4. What are some of the most memorable experiences have you had with tabletop board games in the past?

    Meeting twitter people online, participating in various forms of content creation with others.

    5. What is the focus of your WDYPTW segment?

    Typically something that I'm excited about that I can fit into two minutes. Due to Low Player Count interests, oftentimes this is a solo game, but is not restricted to that!

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