Welcome to our second annual Live From Adepticon recording. In this episode, host JF is joined by Owen and Nathan, two players who are at the convention for the first time, and they all share their experiences over the past weekend.
In this Episode we Interview Vincent Rospond from Black Library and Winged Hussar Publishing. We discuss what’s new and coming up in 2018 from Black Library.
In this episode we are joined by Teras Cassidy, Head Geek at Geek Nation Tours and the man behind the Freebootas Network. After we hear what Teras has been up to lately we dig into Chapter Approved, the first official update for 40K 8th edition!
In this episode we take a look at the new Tyranid Codex. Ashley tells us all about the relics, Hive Fleet traits, and Strategems featured in the new Codex.
In this episode we discuss the last trio of codices released by GW. How adorable are Myphitic Blight-haulers? Listen to the Episode to find out!
In this episode we take a look at a couple Kickstarter campaigns currently going on for gaming tables. We discuss the pros and cons of both types and hear about how excited Ashley is for her new gaming table. We also speculate about the Citadel Paint App and talk about some of the apps that we already use for tracking our paints.
In this episode we get a chance to talk to Rich Boylan, the man behind the Helsreach animations based on the book by Aaron Dembski-Bowden. We talk about how he got interested in this project, how he crates these shorts, and do some geeking out over the 40K Universe!
You can find Part 1 of Helsreach here
In this episode we are joined by Teras Cassidy, the Head Geek over at Geek Nation Tours. We discuss all the awesome things coming up from Geek Nation Tours including the Adepticon 2018 tour. We then take a look at the first codex release for 8th edition, Codex: Space Marines.
In this episode we continue talking about our experiences so far with 8th Edition. We also take a look at the Forge World Index books for 8th Edition and try to figure out how many more Harridans Ashely and JF are going to buy.
In this episode we discuss the newly released 8th edition of Warhammer 40,000. We discuss some of our favorite new units, 8th edition swag, and the experiences we’ve had with 8th edition so far. We also discuss the armies we’re probably going to end up collecting in the new edition and Ashley’s uncanny resistance to the pull of other factions.
We’ve got our hands on 8th! In this episode Ashley and JF ask Matt all about how some of their favorite armies have transitioned to 8th. We also discuss the games we’ve had a chance to play using the new edition. Scott also stops by to review Ordo Sinster and Ember Wolves, a pair of short stories by Black Library.
In this episode we cover more previews of Warhammer 40,000 8th Edition. We discuss data sheets, talk about how happy the followers of Nurgle are, and speculate about how a person will feel the first time one of their vehicles is cleft in twain by an Imperial Knight. After that, stick around for Scott’s review of Leman Russ from the Black Library
In this episode the gang takes a look at all the great previews GW has been posting about Warhammer 40,000 8th Edition. Tune in as we review, discuss, and speculate about the upcoming new edition of 40K and share some of our hopes and dreams for 8th. Then stick around for Scott’s review of Progenitor from the Black Library.
In this episode, the crew talks about their last few days at Adepticon, interviews some of the team tournament participants, and speaks to Eddie from Games Workshop’s community team. Tune in for all that plus a discussion on the importance of packing swim trunks on your next trip to Adepticon!
In this episode, Ashley, Matt, and JF are live in front of a studio audience at Adepticon 2017. They discuss the latest news from Games Workshop, and how the con has gone for them, before taking questions from the audience.
In this episode, Ashley, Matt, and JF discuss their upcoming visit to Chicago for Adepticon 2017. They also interview Dael Kingsmill about her 40K lore videos on the Freebooters Youtube channel. And, finally, Scott Steva is back for another Black Library Corner.
In this episode we talk to C. Robert Cargill. Cargill is an author, screenwriter, and 40K enthusiast who you may know as a co-screenwriter for Marvel’s Dr. Strange! We discuss 40K, spending way too much money on Forgeworld, and Age of Sigmar.
Episode 10 is here! After technical (and real life) delays, the 40K Radio 2016 wrap-up show is here. We talk about our New Years gamer resolutions, and take questions from the Freebootaz Forum members, live on the show.
In this episode the crew continue their 40K update with a look at Wrath of Magnus, Traitor Legions, and Codex: Imperial Agents. They also discuss Warhammer live and talk about what it could mean for GW. Scott also joins us once again to review the first of the Primarch novels by the Black Library, Roboute Guilliman: Lord of Ultramar by David Annandale.
In this episode we take a break from interviews to talk about what’s been happening in the 40K Universe. Scott also reviews Blood and Thunder as well as Fire and Honour, two graphic novels by Black Library.
In this Episode we are joined by Mark Raley, Ty Finochiarro, and Damon Drescher to talk about the 30K Events and Hobby Seminars at Adepticon 2017. Then, a very special guest, Graham McNiell joins us to talk about his upcoming books and writing for Black Library.
In this episode we hear Ashely’s wrap up of the Nova Open as well as her interviews with some of the Niva Open GT winners. We talk Adepticon 2017 with Dustin Birkencamp and Greg Sparks, both who help organize Adepticon and Scott reviews Black Library’s Blood and Thunder.
In this episode Ashley, JF, and Matt talk Codex Deathwatch. They talk about some of the new rules, the art, and how awesome the Corvus Blackstar model is! Then they take questions from the Freebootaz and the episode wraps up with Scott Steva’s review of the Black Library novel Adeptus Mechanicus.
In this episode Ashley and Matt interview Mike Brandt, CEO of the NOVA Open and Phil Rodokanakis the organizer of the NOVA Open 40K GT. They get the scoop on the background of the NOVA Open, what games are being played, and what charity auctions are up for grab this year.
While hanging out at Warhammer World, in Nottingham, England, Ashley had a chance to sit down with Robin Cruddace and Phil Kelly from Games Workshop to talk about the new Codex: Deathwatch.