Shoot and Scoot Episode 66 – The one where we compile problems…

Duncan, Eddie and Lee return with another episode of Shoot and Scoot to talk about what they have been up to in “Faces, Bases, Something and Something”, what we have been playing in “News from the front”, review the North Africa compilation in “Loose Lips Sink Ships” and reveal some shocking news in the “Events”.

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Timestamps

Faces, Bases, Something, Something

00:02:00 – We talk about Duncan’s continued building program

00:11:20 – Lee has been painting DAK

00:15:50 – Eddie is also in the desert.

News from the Front

00:25:45 – Eddie and Lee played some Gee-Dub Speciality games, plus Undaunted, a WW2 card/board game.

00:32:00 – Duncan and Lee braved the cold to play Eastern front at Mike’s barn.

Loose Lips Sink Ships – North Africa Compilation reveal

00:58:21 – We discuss the new North Africa compilation as we take a look at our review copy.

Events

02:17:20 – Eddie has an announcement and we discuss all the upcoming events, including DAK! DAK! GO! on the 19th and 20th February.

Shoot and Scoot (and Hidden Track)

02:32:45 – We attempt to Shoot and Scoot!

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2 comments

  1. Hi guys, many thanks for the review of the Africa compilation, very detailed and insightful.
    However Lee’s sound level was so quiet for the majority of the episode (until about the 1hr 45 min mark) causing significant strain on my hearing!

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Article by: Lee

Wargaming since Rogue Trader in 1990; I made the move to Flames in 2006 and have been with it ever since! I play at the Brighton Warlords most weeks.