The Action Points Podcast! Episode 25: The Toilet Humour Contrivance


In this episode:

This is probably our most self indulgent and slightly incoherent episode. I swear to you it was my hayfever meds. Also, because I’m a massive ass. At least Evan tries to save the discussion somewhat? We talk more about Sentinels of the Multiverse, Love Letter, our piles of shame, pimping out board games, buying board games in comic shops, Genshiken, geek culture in media, and poop. Lots of poop.

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Episode 25 – The Toilet Humour Contrivance

Music: Theme for Harold (var. 2) by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0.

Links for the things we talked about:

Sentinels of the Multiverse

Genshiken & Genshiken Nidaime

Bioshock Infinite: The Siege of Columbia, by Plaid Hat Games (There’s link to a how to play video on the site, or here)

Campaign Coins (it wasn’t on Kickstarter apparently, but there have been other CAMPAIGNS to make COINS for RPGs and board games)

Kickstarter launching in Australia!

I’ve previously written about my Magic Cube here.

The Settlers of Catan – Daniel has a fancy wooden box which fits the game and its expansions. I’ll try and coerce a photo out of him.

Lords of Waterdeep and DnDeeples!

Mage Knight

Mage Wars

Love Letter Kanai Factory Limited Edition and my (Fake) Love Letter Edition which I got signed by the Penny Arcade guys at PAX AUS 2013

AEG’s Tempest Shared World games includes Courtier, Mercante, Dominare, Love Letter, and now Canalis

Classic Comics


Wednesday Comics

Kotaku reviews Boxers & Saints

Honey and Clover

GoGo Monster

Shingeki no Kyojin/Attack on Titan

Spotted Flower

Heroes of Cosplay

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