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 recent games in “News From The Front” and take a look at the new Bulge: Germans book.
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00:01:48 – Despite Lee’s best efforts, we say “Hello” to our newest patrons who now get to join us in the patron discord.
Faces, Bases, Something, Something
00:09:23 – Duncan has been painting a variety of things as well as investing in barbed wire.
00:19:55 – Lee has been getting ready for D-Day.
00:25:00 – Eddie has been painting tiny planes!
News From The Front
00:42:45 – Duncan and Lee talk about our Team Yankee game as we pitched Lee’s East Germans vs Duncan’s Dutch.
00:51:50 – Lee and Eddie took part in Dice Saloon’s Aeronautica Imperialis tournament!
Bulge German Review
01:00:00 – We talk about the Bulge German book. Fez froth’s from the gills, whilst Duncan is hartder to impress. Command cards will follow in the next book.
02:45:00 – We quickly round up the upcoming events thtat we know of.
Shoot and Scoot (and Hidden Track)
02:45:50 – We Shoot and Scoot liked a Volks Grenadier!
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