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Warhammer 40K: A New Way to Play – FTN

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Mar 01

Exciting news Warhammer 40k is coming to the Magic the Gathering. I’m prepared to tippity tap my way to your face (and ears) on this week’s podcast.

Hey folks,

It is pretty strange when two giants of intellectual property and fandoms come together like this.  I wasn’t sure how I felt at first.  The purist in me clutched my pearls, as it were, but the more I thought about the more I was interested.

The idea of having a complete 40k based Magic experience seems pretty cool to me.  I plan to buy it and I hope it’s supported in a way that gives it some life in the form of being able to break this out every now and then to play with my friends or kids for years to come.

I don’t mind saying that I hope it keeps the same land/color mechanic so I can use 40k lands in my Magic decks.  I don’t play very frequently at all but when I do… I’d like to tap the Emperor’s Palace to cast Ravages of War.

We ooh and ahh over the Cursed City figures a bit more later in the show. After that, we go into full speculation mode about the Drukari and what we hope they bring to the table.  Adam goes deep in the tank theory-crafting what a glass cannon in 9th will look like.  Red is a long-time DE player and has some thoughts as well.

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FTN mostly focuses on Warhammer 40k, but you will see that in the first few episodes, we take a severe deep dive into nerdom. These have been a blast to record, and I hope they help pass the time for you. Please please please check out the new Forge The Narrative objective markers. These things look awesome. Ordering a set is a good way to support one of our sponsors AND the show. Find them here.

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