Nelsormensch

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  1. Terminal7 77: Back in the Elephant Saddle Nels and Jesse were lost in the shifting sands of the desert, but have made their way back out with not one, but two data packs clasped beneath their burnoose. Council of the Crest *and* The Devil & The Dragon are within, and with it, the great quandary of what the "O" in SSO actually stands for. Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  2. Terminal7 76: False Pamplemousse It seemed like it would just be a slow boat down an ivory river but a surprise MWL update makes this jaunt most exciting. Nels and Jesse break down just exactly how hard CI got kicked and then head Down the White Nile to meet new royalty. Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  3. Terminal7 75: Africa is Full of Snakes Groggily risen from hibernation by wild dogs crying out in the night, Nels and Jesse return to discuss the first pack of the new Kitara Cycle Sovereign Sight. What intrigues will transpire on the shores of Lake Victoria? Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  4. Terminal7 74: Unorthodoxically Predicted

    Also, here's the Worlds 2017 Prediction contest! https://goo.gl/forms/4KNo76a3Lvn8DbPq1
  5. Terminal7 74: Unorthodoxically Predicted Nels and Jesse make some unorthdox predictions about Worlds 2017 and invite you to do the same, for fame, glory and prizes! Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  6. Terminal7 73: Hanged in the Bloo Moose The world changed and, this time, the game did too. Not content to simply shake up the game with rotation, Netrunner now also has a Banned/Restricted list. And the episode was recorded *after* the news this time! The Bloo Moose is blown, Aaron is axed, Faust is forbidden ... what are Runners and Corps to do in this new world? Join Nels and Jesse as they try to find out, because they aren't sure yet either. Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  7. Terminal7 72: The He3 Conspiracy

    Also please feel free to message us if I forget!
  8. Terminal7 72: The He3 Conspiracy

    Oh hey, that's not a bad idea. I'll try to keep that in mind for the future, thanks!
  9. Terminal7 72: The He3 Conspiracy Terminal7's final broadcast from Mars arrives, bearing news of Crimson Dust and their machinations. There's quite the broadcast lag from Mars, but certainly not much has changed since the transmission was sent ... right? Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  10. Terminal7 71: Banned from the Chess Club

    Also, here's the new game from Pocketwatch that PowerUp did the audio for, Tooth & Tail - http://www.toothandtailgame.com/
  11. Terminal7 71: Banned from the Chess Club Nels and Jesse are joined by Run Last Click to discuss the Revised Core and wrap up rotation conversation. Come October 1st, the world will be changed ... again. Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  12. Terminal7 70: The Biggest Canyon After a long hiatus (sorry!), Nels and Jesse return to discuss the penultimate pack in the Red Sands cycle, Free Mars. Also, this was recorded before the announcement of the Revised Core, so please ignore all the bits that were made obsolete/inaccurate less than twelve hours after this episode was recorded. FFG, you scamps! Listen on the Episode Page Listen on Soundcloud Listen in iTunes Ed Harrison's NeoTokyo OST
  13. To the dinky town in Wyoming where I grew up, even!
  14. I figured the "double-header in Vegas" was referring to them killing DougieCoop and then Duncan Todd for having failed to do so.
  15. 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.