Nelsormensch

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  1. I figured the "double-header in Vegas" was referring to them killing DougieCoop and then Duncan Todd for having failed to do so.
  2. God above, the contrast between the fucking ridiculousness of James truly forever being cool and the credits just rolling over Big Ed's maximum sadness was crushing.
  3. Terminal7 69: Save Our Fetuses

    Terminal7 69: Save Our Fetuses The rotation conversation continues, as Nels and Jesse move on to discuss what will happen with the cooperative of clones at Jinteki and the wily Weyland Consortium. There are many friends we'll miss, but could there be any we'll miss as much as a weird deadly psychic baby? Join and find out! Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  4. Terminal7 68: Stop Stealing My Son

    We chatted a bit about it when we talked about the Runner neutrals on ep. 67 but we'll definitely cycle back to that (and Runner econ generally) in our final rotation recap episode in a little bit!
  5. My shit was also 100% lost at that.
  6. Terminal7 68: Stop Stealing My Son The rotation situation continues to evolve, and Nels and Jesse dig into what this means for the Anarchs and Criminals. Are DLR going to be missed? Probably not, but what about everyone's favourite maybe-or-maybe-not bioroid son? Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  7. Terminal7 67: Firing Only Silver Bullets

    And here's where you can find CodeMarvelous' very good videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrcjou2_8t7wFun9m68Ufyg
  8. Terminal7 67: Firing Only Silver Bullets Terminal7 is joined by Dan Spinosa (aka CodeMarvelous)to discuss all the wonderful things he does, as well as how rotation is going to alter the game in general and shape the Shaper game in particular. Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  9. Terminal7 66: That Warroid is a Dick Blood, water and other fluids dampen Mars as Nels and Jesse talk about the fourth data pack in the Red Sands cycle- Blood & Water! Obokata is Obo-killer, we're going down to old Maui and we love dumptrucks. Join us and we learn the secrets of Martian construction, no matter what the cost. Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  10. Oh happy hot damn, the jólasveinarnir ("Yule lads") are just he most wonderfully fucking weird, great things. They lack the menace of Krampus and are just weird and kinda gross? So good. All 13 (plus their mother and father) are illustrated here, courtesy of the government of Iceland. I'm not sure which my favourite illustration is, but it's probably between Ketkrókur the meat hooker (look at the grip on that hook!): and Askasleikir the bowl licker, because damn is that one salacious look:
  11. God, just wonderful. It's obvious to say, but almost all TV is written for what an audience wants, either explicitly or in some teasing Abrahms puzzle box kinda way. And especially with how TV is consumed by the fervent these days, with the de rigueur morning after recap and searing hot takes, is it ever different and wonderful to see something that's just so utterly unconcerned with what the audience wants. This isn't "content" you "consume" to immediate satisfaction and then regurgitate, you're just forced to sit back, experience it, and then walk away and deal. Especially at a time when people are kinda whinging with "I'm sick of this Dougie Jones shtick" and then THIS is what gets dropped next? Delicious, just delicious.
  12. Terminal7 65: The Opal Bites Back In the third pack of the Red Sands cycle, we see Jinteki has bamboo wackiness, Weyland has shipping locked down, the Anarchs love to keep on punchin' and, apparently, you can never trust the cleaners on Mars. Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  13. Terminal7 64: Dean Dean Lister

    Ed Harrison's Deus Ex: Breach soundtrack is now available free!
  14. Terminal7 64: Dean Dean Lister

    Deckbuilding Derezzed w/ Nels talking about his 2nd place Regionals Pālanā deck - Nels vs. Jesse at the BC Regionals stream - All the BC Regional matches -
  15. Terminal7 64: Dean Dean Lister

    Terminal7 64: Dean Dean Lister Nels and Jesse are back of a bit of a scheduling fiasco to discuss the cards from Terminal Directive as just general parts of the card pool. And, more importantly, they attempt to discover if one truly can be chosen from birth to become a provost. Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST