Sunday, April 20, 2008

Episode 2

Undaunted by the mistakes and problems in Episode 1, we plunge ahead for 78 thrill-packed minutes.. This time we talk about the release of the long-awaited “Valor of the Guards”. We wonder about how many ASL players there are in the world. Jeff whips out the “Top Ten” list: “Why You Should Play ASL”. Of course we play “What’s in the Box?” and discuss a favorite scenario. Then Dave reveals a short list of rules that he used to forget and gives a little WW II history lesson.

This episode includes some intro music courtesy of

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1 comment:

  1. After nearly eleven years, this great early episode (recorded before Jeff and Dave knew we were listening) deserves a comment. Turns out that the "Puffing Billy Tournament" referenced was a tournament for gamers of train games (Rail Baron, 1835, etc.). Must have been a huge hit, the Puffing Billy website has not been updated since 1998.

    Also, now that I have gotten a bit more into full ASL, I really enjoy, and can relate a bit, to Dave's forgotten rules list.