The Ministry of Dice Episode 29 “Put the Lime in the Coconut”

The boys at the Ministry of Dice return to fill your world with all the British Dice Masters joy your life deserves.

It’s been two weeks and we know there’s been questions burning away in your mind keeping you awake at night that we’re here to finally answer: “what does Chris think of Global Escalation?”, “Has Andy seen the Space Wolves 40K spoilers?”, “When will they get around to having another guest on ‘The Bar’ for a coveted leader-board position?” All these questions get answered, and more, in yet another okay-ish podcast episode.

And – most importantly – is the Lime in the Coconut a good thing or a bad thing? Let us know in the comments below, but not until after you’ve hit play…

Legal Bits n Bobs

United Kingdom: God Save the Queen by National Anthems is licensed under a Creative Commons License. It was sourced from a Soundcloud account entitled “National Anthems”. The name of the creator/creators has not been provided on that account. The license can be found here:

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/legalcode

The Dice transition sound effect was sourced from freesound.org. The account it was downloaded from is “dermotte” and is shared under the following license:

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Our tremendous ‘Rule Britannia’ intro is used with permission from Richard Campbell and is a short extract from his “England Rock Anthems” track. We think Richard’s work is exceptional. So visit Richard’s website here for more of his music:

http://www.richardcampbellmusic.co.uk/

 

 

 

 

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