Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Episode 77: Rustee of the Slash 2 Podcast ~ Part 1

This week it is my great honor to talking to Rustee of the Slash 2 podcast, and the Ready Check Podcast. This interview was so big I spit it into two parts. The second part can be found in episode 78.

Some of the topics we talked about included how Rustee got into Podcasting, Blizzcon, Blizzcast, Raiding, Warlocks, loot drama and much much more.


Links
Rustee's Twitter
Slash 2 Website
The Ready Check Archive
The GeekHole 


If you enjoyed this episode you might also enjoy
Episode 50: Interview with Emperor1G of the Emperors Court!
Episode 58: Interview with Brian Hough of the Raid Warning!


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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Episode 76: The Pandaren Professor

This week I talk about Warcraft Podcast news. We have a few milestones, birthdays, and dead podcasts. After that I talk about my return to World of Warcraft, my crazy theory on how you play World of Warcraft for five dollars a month, pet battles, and changes around ego networks.

 And if this episode wasn't full enough I'm joined by Bryterside in the second half of the show. I hope you all enjoy it

73's


Milestones and Birthdays
Living in SIN Podcast turns 1 on the 11th of December
Girls gone WoW turns 2 on the 15th of December
Ctrl Alt WoW turns 6 on the 23rd of December


25 Episodes
Heals and Headshots had its 25th episode on November 27th, 2012

150 episodes
The Hunting party had its 150th episode on November 16th, 2012

Dead Podcast for December
Bifactional
More Dots
 

If you enjoyed this episode might also enjoy,
*Episode 25 - Coming to Pandaria,
*Episode 31 - I got what yule need
*Episode 64: Tides of War Review,  
*Episode 69: Review of Pearl of Pandaria


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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Episode 75: Interveiw with Walsh of The Darkmoon Herald!

"Love life at the top of your lungs"

This week I have the kelp keeper himself of the Darkmoon Herald Walsh. He talks about everything from the raise and fall of the P.O.W. W.O.W. podcast. Why Skolnick and Warcraft less Traveled is such a great podcast, Why Arthas is the story of Darth Vader done well and how Kevin stole that idea.
How Walsh got pulled into World of Warcraft, our thoughts on Itunes and stitcher, kelp, and much more!

Links
 
If you enjoyed this episode you might also enjoy
Episode 34: Charge of the Aspects with Kevin
Episode 64: Tides of War Review with Apsana
Episode 55: Rich Fisher of Horde for Life History of Warcraft Podcasting Interview
Here is my appearance on the Darkmoon Herald in episode 6
Ego Networks 
Here is my appearance on The Mana Cooler episode 124

And finally here is a fun article I wrote a while back on why Itunes sucks

73's




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Monday, December 10, 2012

List of Warcraft Lore Podcast 3.0




Its been a while since I've written a normal blog post so I thought I would update the list of active warcraft lore podcast since the list has changed a fair bit in the last month.

The longest running WoW lore podcast. BWTL original archives can be found here. I guess you have to pay if you want an MP3 version of the new shows otherwise they can be found on youtube.

This show is hosted by Janelle, best know for her work on 5 WoW Things, along with Necroxis and Settana. Caverns of Lore is a short cast aiming to be about half hour long and talk about single lore issue during those episodes.

Long time Warcraft Podcast listeners who remember the Hearthstone Roleplay tavern with find many familiar voices where. Focused around lore and role playing on Earthen Ring(US) realm. Its nice insight into how the changing lore of Warcraft effect role players. 

The podcast started off with the goal to review every piece of written Warcraft lore. Its a big goal but we enjoy a challenge.

The Overlores play through zones and talk about lore of those zone.

Older sources of Warcraft Lore

Illidarian of Epic Dolls, Inside Azeroth, and Liquid WoW has put her lore segments up on Archive.org for all to hear.

The Ancient of Lore an Old WoW Radio Show focusing on many of the lore issues back in 2005.

The Lorekeepers another old WoW Radio show went a bit deeper into WoW Lore.

Lore Whores was a lore youtube channel. But we won't hold that against them.

Taverncast has a two great lore readings if your want the basics of Warcrart lore in about 40 minutes.

I hope this helps. And you enjoy Warcraft Lore I encourage you to listen to my lore episodes. And of course you can always find more Warcraft podcast on Wowpedia and Reddit.

73's

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Episode 74: The Warcraft Novels





This week on Grand Old Podcast I have on Necroxis of the Caverns of Lore podcast. We talk warcraft lore, everything from the lore of patch 5.1, our favorite and least favorite Warcraft Novels, and what we feel works and doesn't work in the Golden and Knaak books. With that we spend way to much time talking about why we both don't like Stormrage. I think you guys will enjoy it.

Feel free to share with us some of your favorite Warcraft Novels and least favorite Warcraft novels in comments below.

Links

If you enjoyed this episode you might enjoy when Jannelle of Carverns of Lore and 5 WoW Things, talked about Fire and Iron, or Ending of Mass Effect 3. Grand Old Podcast has also done full novel reviews of Day of the Dragon, Lord of the Clans, The Last Guardian, Thrall: Twilight of the Aspects, Wolfheart, and Jaina Proudmoore: Tides of War.