The latest episode of The Ministry of Dice is here with all the Dice Masters bants & chat you could ever want from an ex-champ and a current champ.
This episode brings a plethora of Dice Masters joys for the discerning fan of the game. We get caught up with Chris & Andy’s gaming activity of late before moving into a “Community Focus” with news & updates on some upcoming events in Europe.
Then, in a bit of a change up, Andy interviews Chris about his experiences playing in the “Rest of Worlds” online event before finishing up with a classic MoD “Pick of the Week” segment in which the lads highlight a pick each from the vast selection of World’s weekend spoilers.
All this, and much, much more.
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Show Notes & Other Stuff
UK players interested in attending the Gaming Vs Cancer event can find the details on their Facebook page HERE.
Chris recorded all of his “Rest of Worlds” online matches and you can find them in on this page HERE.
Speaking of recorded games; if you would like to see our own YouTube matches we mentioned in this episode then please do head on over to the Ministry of Dice’s YouTube channel where you will find all of our Live Streams, recorded games, and voice over commentaries:
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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: