Shoot and Scoot Episode 63 – The one *after* Warfare

Duncan, Eddie and Lee return with another episode of Shoot and Scoot, the Flames of War and Team Yankee (plus whatever catches our interest) podcast to talk about what we have been painting in “Faces, Bases, Something, Something”, debrief the recent Warfare event in “News from the front, answer our listeners questions in “An Officer Answers” and, finally, talk events including DAK DAK Go in February 2022.

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Timestamps

Internet Famous

00:01:40 – We say thanks to our newest Patron supporters. Our merch store we talk about can be found here.

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Faces, Bases, Something, Something

00:05:10 – Duncan has not been painting anything. But has been building.

00:10:00 – Lee has been painting Aeronautica T-hawks and had a Black Friday willpower fail.

00:18:40 – Eddie has been building like crazy ready for Christmas.

News From the Front – Warfare Special

00:25:10 – Eddie and Duncan talk about how it went at Warfare in Reading! Duncan gets outnumbered and Eddie remembers belatedly to read the mission.

00:41:00 – The chaps discuss round two of Warfare. Duncan learns the truth about Greyhounds and Eddie was plinking assault guns.

00:53:00 – Round three saw Duncan enter the Killing Ground and Eddie takes his turn to face the Greyhound.

01:10:15 – Day two and round four saw Duncan found a new army to try and Eddie took on the Kiwis

01:26:00 – The final round and Duncan pas for Eddie’s advice and Eddie had an interesting diversion.

01:42:30 – We draw our conclusions from the weekend’s action, including Martin’s winning Finnish force.

An Officer Answers

01:53:15 – Andrew asks “A buddy and I just jumped into Great War, can you tell us your thoughts on it, any favored armies/formations? Looking for more info about it but it’s not easy! If you’re looking for Flames specific, if any of you are Finnish players do you prefer keeping your list fully Finnish or do you not see much use without German support?”

01:58:00 – Martin asks “Is the L6 list of Stinking Bishop more palatable than a PaK of Camembert?”

01:59:00 – Darren asks “Acknowledging there are some minor hiccups in the whole global supply chain, my question is about future preparation. Will you be hosting another DryBrush January this year, and if so, is there a theme? Asking so I can order the models for Christmas!”

02:00:30 – Martin asks “The question for the next issue is what has Duncan done with his spoon?????”

02:01:45 – New patron Petter asks “116 is a extremely competitive list, especially with the pakfront card. What would be a still competitive German list that could tackle both infantry, the British scout car and Achilles list, the avre/crocodile, and now with the bulge American, the 3:d/Patton/jumbo combo but not be hated by everyone?”

02:02:45 – Scott asks “Combined how many times did you all face 116th Greyhound”

02:06:00 – Dales asks “Finns or Hungarians – who stug’d better?”

02:06:15 – Tony asks “Is the value of being last in a tournament with a good army worth the wooden spoon? I speak as a regular wooden spoonist and I thought my army needs a bit of a tweak”

02:07:35 – Andrew asks “Do you think that Battlefront should differentiate periods for Team Yankee? The introduction of 1990s+ equipment really skews the game.”

Events

02:09:15 – We talk upcoming events and Lee talks DAK DAK Go on the 19th and 20th February.

Shoot and Scoot (and Hidden Tracks)

02:24:00 – We roll to Cross to prove to Duncan its possible!

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