27 October 2023
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We spend some time talking about hockey, of course, because it’s Brant & Justin, but we save it for the end. Leading up to that, we talk about how the overall L&C system forces more planning onto the players: for their availability of forces, the logistical support (and transport of those supplies!), and route throughput. We also cover the research that Justin did for his design, and what did/n’t survive playtesting and development. We opened up the show talking about some games Justin’s played recently, and Brant almost bought a copy of 1812: War on the Great Lakes Frontier during the podcast.
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