Episode 9 – Magic (the Christmas Special)

Santa enjoying beer

We celebrate the upcoming Christmas holiday by enjoying a Stone Brewing, Ken Schmidt, and Iron Fist Mint Chocolate Imperial Stout collaboration beer.

Our combined ABV% (awesomeness by volume) rating is: 887.26%

We also discuss Magic: The Gathering, Golden Girls, and a new way to celebrate the holidays with your family.

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7 Responses to Episode 9 – Magic (the Christmas Special)

  1. Brent Swords #1 Fan Good Time says:

    Thank you for being a friend . . .
    Perfect podcast, guys.

    Mint Oreo ice cream > Thin Mint ice cream
    The ice cream in also seasonal.

    My family refused to play Risk with me because I was so much better then them . . . or maybe it was because I played like I was Gen Patton during WWII. I eventually started playing online with people I’ve never met . . . because people IRL don’t “get me.” HAHA We play the non-nerdy party games now (like Apples to Apples), which are fun, but my nerd muscles are atrophied.
    I never understood the whole buying cards thing either. I didn’t get the Pokemon craze. I like a game that starts fair. If you are willing to just buy more cards, then the deck is literally stacked against you.

    That gift exchange idea sounds great. My family is currently going through the same evolution.

    Thanks, guys.

  2. Blake says:

    so, never play you in risk… got it.

  3. Vincent says:

    We should get a Warfish game going. You ever play that version of Online Risk?

    http://www.warfish.com

  4. CJ says:

    Well in fairness you can only have 4 of any card in a deck, and no one just buys packs to get the cards they want. You just buy the card directly. So money can play a factor but it’s not the end-all-be-all.

    The way I like to play is called drafting (That’s a beer term so this is relevant). Everyone gets 3 packs, you open the first pack, take a card, and pass the pack. Repeat until you’re through all the packs. It means everyone is on an even playing field as far as money spent goes.

  5. Blake says:

    If i were to play I’d have to adhere to the drafting scheme. I was also talking to a buddy recently and he was explaining the difference between CCG’s and the other kind like Lord of the Rings that are the exact same cards in every pack. Maybe we need to have a card game day with CJ judging us.

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