Two weeks have passed already and that means its time for yet another episode of the Ministry of Dice podcast – the best place to go for all your UK based Dice Masters chat, the worst place to go for whole segments on random food facts.
This week’s episode the lad take a closer look at the two most recent campaign boxes & their associated team packs – DC: Justice and X-Men: Forever – and discuss which serves different archetypal team functions better. Which will come out on top for ramp, jankiness, control, and aggro?
Then it’s onto a (possibly misguided) attempt at a Q Branch by Chris, where he tries to combine the two things the MoD are most well known for: little know facts and quizzes.
All this, and the usual look at the week’s gaming for the MoD crew. Hit play now for the finest cure for insomnia known to gamers…
Show Notes & Other Stuff
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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:
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:
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: