DiceAnon Podcast Episode 1

That’s right, we finally did it. We started our DiceAnon Podcast. We figured you’ve waited long enough.

Now, I haven’t gone all out just yet. We’ll start adding all that artsy fartsy music and intro/outro stuff in the future. But this is a work in progress. For now, enjoy Nick and I having a riot talking about how we got started, the latest contest, and what’s to come with Yu-Gi-Oh.

DiceAnon Podcast Episode 1

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Enjoy!

 

 


About Mathew Tucker

I've played MtG for many a decade. I love board games such as Risk, Axis and Allies, and Game of Thrones TBG. I used to be heavy into RPG's and the such on consoles and PC/Mac, but as time goes by and the family supersedes the gaming part of me, I stick to more casual games I can play in 15-20 minutes.

11 comments:

  1. Talking about your theories about the YGO set, there is something that support the theory that it is older than UXM:

    http://boardgamegeek.com/blogpost/30410/designer-diary-dice-masters-no-catchy-title-just-b

    This designer diary was published during the release of AVX, and is quite an interesting read, he explains the reasoning behind some decisions about the design of the game, but there is a bit that talks about the origins of the game:

    “The Dice Masters system is designed to allow multiple brands to use the same underlying game engine. The first version of the game worked on by me and Eric was actually designed using the Yu-Gi-Oh! brand, and we hope that this version will work its way through the process soon.”

    And later he says:

    “Some of the more astute players may notice that on the back of the rulebook (of the AVX starter set) it states that “Assign” means to commit your monsters to attack… This was merely a carryover from the previous version that we missed on proofing.”

    So, a card like Jinzo – Trap Destroyer might have been designed way before PXG became “the thing”!

  2. The podcast mentioned there was someone interested in the contest who wasn’t sure which cards were eligible (because he didn’t have an AvX starter). May I suggest you refer them to dicemastersdb.com and the advanced search feature there (if you haven’t already).

    I do have an AvX starter myself, but only a handful of AvX boosters. That site is incredibly useful for people like me who don’t have complete sets of their own.

    1. We try haha. Quite a lot of our articles feature links to dicemastersdb as of late actually. This was started in order to make our articles just a bit more readable for new players without clogging them up with a dozen pictures.

  3. Please, please, please don’t whipser. Check levels before publishing! Really looking forward to this show, but need it to be audible.

    1. I tried to keep levels consistent? Did you find certain parts or the whole thing too quiet? What device are you using? Headphones in or Speakers? Just curious as I tested numerous devices. If in iTunes, make sure not only your system volume is up, but that iTunes’ own volume is up.

  4. aleeshaPosted on April 2, 2011 at 3:35 amHi Mr. Brown this is aleesha from Turtle Bay School. Thank you for pzulze 27.I would also thank you for coming to our school,and giving our school your cards.I have to go now.bye

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