Shoot and Scoot Episode 69 – The one where we don’t make jokes about all playing Russian armies next year.

Duncan, Eddie and Lee return with another episode of Shoot and Scoot, the Flames of War and Team Yankee podcast, to talk about what they have been up to in “Faces, Bases, Something and Something”, discuss our performance in DAK! DAK! GO! in “News From The Front”, look at more rule issues in RTFM and froth about upcoming events.

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Internet Famous

00:03:35 – We introduce our latest patron.  Want to get you shout out and have your name mangled by Eddie (as well as get our Discord and early access to the ‘cast)?  Then come join our Paetron!

Faces, Bases, Something, Something

00:09:05 – We discuss what we have been painting or, at least, building.  Eddie has definitely followed up with his plans from last episode.  Definitely.

00:17:50 – Duncan feels the need.  The need for Speed(Paint).

00:25:10 – Lee has been painting Tunisian Tigers.

News From the Front – Desert Edition

00:29:35 – We talk about the games we played, all with a desert theme, as Lee and Eddie had a warm up game and then all three of us played in “DAK! DAK! GOES FOURTH!” the mid war tournament we ran in Brighton.

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02:19:34 – We discuss assault break-off


02:21:45 – We quickly round up the upcoming events

Shoot and Scoot (Hidden Track)

02:27:20 – We shoot and scoot!

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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.