It's the longest Bullpen ever!
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Welcome to Chris Burton, AKA Braithwhite! Right at the top, we establish that we'll call him "Braithwhite" for the purposes of the episode, and then we all go on to call him a variety of names over the course of the following two hours. Enjoy the confusion!
Here's the upcoming schedule!
After all that, we dive into questions all about Sentinels of the Multiverse: Definitive Edition!
We hope that this giant pile of Qs and As answer all of the questions you could have about Definitive Edition! There are some reveals in here!
Catch you next time!
Delightful devices... with dangerous drawbacks!
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We goof a bit at the top, but we also talk about what the last week+ of news of/reactions to Sentinels of the Multiverse: Definitive Edition. Remember, this coming Friday, we're recording a Bullpen all about Definitive Edition, so get your questions in now!
Just after the 5 minute mark, we delve into treats and tricks.
At around 36 minutes in, we get distracted by watching a video. This is that video.
Finally, we get to your questions at around the 57 minute mark.
At the end, we descent into madness. Why? Blame it on the boogie!
See you next time! If you're one of our Patreon supporters, join us this Friday for a LIVE Bullpen!
All new — all different!
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We talk about all that is Sentinels of the Multiverse: Definitive Edition! The people that worked on it, the contents of it, the updates to game design. There's even a Polygon article! There's more than we can cover in one episode... but that's why we're coming back in two weeks with another Bullpen! So, get your Definitive Edition questions in by the 18th and we'll answer them in this month's Bullpen!
Join me for my Definitive Edition AMA on the GTG YouTube channel tomorrow, February 3rd, at 3:00 PM, Central Time!
If you haven't yet, go check out the new GTG website! There are plans to overhaul the GTG forum and even this podcast page as well... but not yet! I'm told it'll be soon! But, "soon" relative to what scale? Who can say? Stay tuned!
Welcome to the Multiverse of Sentinel Comics!
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Hello, listener! This is (hopefully) a decent jumping-on episode. At least, it is in terms of content - Trevor (our producer) wants me to make sure it's clear that our audio quality used to be a ton better back before Adam and I were each recording in our own homes, and hopefully we'll be back in studio again before the end of this year. Blame the pandemic! Sorry about that.
We follow the standard-ish format of a bit of goofing around, followed by the Overview (the meat and potatoes of the episode). After that, we eventually get to the questions at around an hour and 15.5 minutes in, which help flesh out even more of the story!
In this episode, we have a notable SPOILER segment! If you don't want any spoilers for the "Off the Rails" adventure issue that was released at the same time as the SCRPG core rulebook, skip from 1:43:25 to 1:46:59! (I claimed that it would be over 5 minutes on the air, but I underestimated how quickly we talk sometimes.)
How did it go? Did we succeed at a jumping on/overview episode? Do you have questions you want us to answer? Submit those questions here!
"See" you next week!
Now with special guest Dave!
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Our newest Bullpen yet! The secondest Bullpen we've ever done! What a delight. And having both Paul and Dave here not only made it a good time; it also made it a Bullpen.
Here's the upcoming schedule:
After some intros, goofs, and talking about the schedule, we get into your questions - all about Sentinel Comics: The Roleplaying Game - at around the 5 minute mark.
Thanks, everyone! We'll definitely do more SCRPG content as the products make their way into wider distribution.
First "normal" episode of the year! How normal, you ask? Not very at all, actually! Thanks for asking!
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Right off the bat, we get weird. Like really weird. Look. I'm sorry. OK?
The goofs go ever on and on, down from the door where it began... But even we must finally talk about the actual topic of the day. We get into it at the 7 minute mark.
There's a lot of storytelling. It's pretty OK. We seem to still remember how to do this. Whew!
A bit before the 39 minute mark, we begin to address your questions, delightful as they are.
Thanks for joining us! We hope you can join us this Friday for the live recording of this month's Bullpen, featuring Special Guest DAVE! (And Not Really All That Special In Comparison Guest Paul.)
Welcome to a new year!
The only thing I can say about this, is that you should listen to it. It's... something else.
Back to regular programming soon!
Surprise, surprise. We said there wasn't going to be an episode today, but that was the most obvious of lies, right?
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Happy Birthday to everyone mentioned, and to everyone else that had a birthday this year. Listen to our very 2020 song, and despair.
This is what going mad sounds like.
See you next year!
It's a new type of episode for the end of a very long year!
The biggest cast we've ever had! Including a surprise twist early on in the episode!
Here's what happens in January of next year!
After MUCH goofing around, we finally get into questions at just after the 19 minute mark, and we are all over the place on questions! Thanks for bearing with us.
Thanks for joining us, everyone! We'll catch you next year!
Happy Holidays, everyone!
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Adam is back! Or, rather he will be starting next month! Except next month's schedule will feel similar to the last couple months because of beginning of the year reasons and having a packed Editor's Note! But forget about all that: ADAM IS BACK! Sort of! Whatever! Get excited!
We are silly for about 7 minutes, and then we get into actually writersing this room, in which we continue to be silly. That said, given that this is a Haka story, who could have guessed that we'd start with an action-based story but then pull a switcheroo and make it about feelings and sadness? Would we do that? Who can say?
After much storying and telling and a little crossover of both of those words, we get to your questions at around the 41 minute mark.
At around an hour and 28 minutes, we talk very briefly about a cover. We know right away what it should be. Glimpse its glory above! Quite good.
Join us this Friday for our year-ending live recording!