Posts Tagged ‘Male Fashion Arbitration’

Episode 101: Shadows Over Innistrad Set Review: Black

June 4, 2016

Wherein special guest Slio9 joins me yet again for more Shadows.

—Kaz

Episode 100: Shadows Over Innistrad Set Review, Green

May 24, 2016

Wherein special guest Slio9 joins me to talk about (many of) the green cards.

—Kaz

Episode 99: Shadows Over Innistrad Set Review: Blue

May 9, 2016

Shadows Over Innistrad blue cards feat. Slio9

Episode 98: Shadows Over Innistrad Set Review: Red

April 30, 2016

Wherein I use a legal loophole to continue doing set reviews, starting with the single-faced red cards.

—Kaz

Episode 72: Paper Mario & The Problem of Quake Hammer

September 2, 2014

Wherein medibot and I try for over an hour to figure out something we don’t like about Paper Mario.

—Kaz

Episode 70: The Banner Saga

August 5, 2014

Wherein special guest Gnomebitten shares with me his experiences regarding a Norse-themed turn based tactics/Oregon trail choice making game.

—Kaz

NB: The fight we talk about might have been harder on me because Gnome played it after they released a patch to make it less brutal.

Episode 66: Ral Zarek

May 11, 2013

Hopefully this one works! Enjoy new content about a planeswalker who looks tolerable and decent.

—Kaz

Episode 63: Enter The Infinite

February 9, 2013

Greetings skullscastillians! We’re back with the remaining three cards from Gatecrash that we put off reviewing until now because we wanted to talk a lot about them.

There’s a few things you’ll need:

Ask Wizards from 2007

“apostasy”

I keep a somewhat different notion of apostasy. Keep yer skulls polished.

—Kaz

Episode 60: MAGFest Postmortem

January 20, 2013

Wherein medibot and I debrief about our adventure to a nearby convention center, crow over our success at running an event, and make plans for future sorties.

And future cookies.

—Kaz

Episode 49: Return to Ravnica Set Review: Blue

October 4, 2012

Wherein medibot and I smack-talk yet another planeswalker and discuss other irrelevant things and awful illustration.

—Kaz

Links: What we’re looking at and, Tabatha Coffey