Just recently, I made another trip to California to visit my friend. While I was there, I was fortunate to meet up with another good friend of mine, Reuben Qualls. He and his friend Ray have started thier own podcast, which they are calling The PodKastle. It's quickly becoming one of my favorite podcasts.
While I was visiting, I had the opportunity to do a few segments on their show and talk about my blog. It was really cool to be able to talk about 40k and to answer a question from one of their listeners. While I spent most of the time talking about 40k and the blogging thereof, it's not the main focus of their show.
The main point of The PodKastle is to talk about tabletop gaming in general. They talk a little about 40k and a little about Magic: The Gathering and stuff like that, but they mostly talk about cool board games. I've found a lot of cool games to play with my wife because of recommendations from Reuben.
So why am I telling you all this? Everyone has aspirations of getting their significant other into 40k. I know I do. Starting my wife off with the kinds of games they talk about on their show is how I was able to get her to start playing 40k with me. Go ahead and give them a listen. They've got a lot of great things to talk about.
While I was in California, I was also able to get a game or two in with my other good friend, Sean. Our first game was down at Game Kastle. Check out the awesome terrain we played on! When I do my cityfight board, I'll be drawing a lot of inspiration from the pictures I took of this board.
Later that weekend, we played again at Sean's house. Since we didn't have any terrain to use, we used Legos! It ended up being a pretty neat Kill Team game!
Next week, we should be getting a look at all the work I've been doing on my terrain table. Check back soon to see how things turn out!