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This Saturday, November 12th, 2016 is to see the twenty-third recording of Civilization strategy podcast PolyCast‘s tenth season. Beginning at 12PM ET North America (timezone converter), Episode 269’s topics list is set as follows:
- Complete CivVI Soundtrack Publicly Available… Legally [YouTube]
PolyCast is a bi-weekly audio production in an ongoing effort to give the Civ community an interactive voice on game strategy; listeners are encouraged to follow the show on Twitter and subscribe to its YouTube channel. Episode topics list is subject to change. Sibling show ModCast focuses on Civ modding, TurnCast on Civ multiplay.
Anno Domini is an ancient era full conversion mod for Civ5. Play as one of over 100 civilizations from the “Old World” from the dawn of time to the early Middle Ages.
The mod includes a unique tech tree, with many new buildings, units and wonders linked to the ancient world. The civilizations come in themed packs, so you can customize who is in the random mix of opponents, and the themes range from “Enemies of Rome” to “Roman Britain”.
Anno Domini incorporates it’s own version of various modcomps, including Piety, Rise to Power, Events and Decisions, Mercenaries and Tomatekh’s historical religions.
If you wish to immerse yourself into a Civ5 ancient world battle, this is the mod to download and play!
Assertion leads to manipulation. The sixth episode of dramedy podcast One More Turn‘s (OMT) fifth season is now available. Entitled “Over Rated”, it has a runtime of 08m45s. A story set in the near future, OMT features geeks deal with non-geeky problems. One can follow the show on Twitter and check out its YouTube channel for caption capability.
OMT features the voice talents of Civilization strategy-centric podcast PolyCast regular co-hosts Daniel “DanQ” Quick and Stephanie “Makahlua” among others; Quick is also the show’s writer and creator. Selections of American music and soundtrack composer Kevin MacLeod‘s work is included throughout the series. Episode 507 is scheduled for release on November 16th, 2016.
Get started. The two-hundred-and-sixty-eighth episode of PolyCast, “Just Jump In“, features regular co-hosts Daniel “DanQ” Quick, Stephanie “Makahlua” and ”MadDjinn” with twelve rotating guests who have previously appeared on the show at least once. Celebrating the release of Civilization VI, it carries an extended runtime of 85m05s.
The rotation of guests is as follows:
– 07m39s | Guest Panel (1 of 6)
First in the guest seats are Jason “MegaBearsFan” Grade and Scott “AlphaShard” Dirk.
– 23m05s | Guest Panel (2 of 6)
Next in, Josh “zosh127” and ”ekat2468″.
– 37m49s | Guest Panel (3 of 6)
The trio of Jon “CanuckSoldier” Ryder, ”the man of doom” and Ernie “DarkestOnion” come in.
– 51m33s | Guest Panel (4 of 6)
Now arriving, Jonah Falcon and Sal “Thorburne” Serio.
– 62m37s | Guest Panel (5 of 6)
In next, ”NewEarthRelic” and ”CanusAlbinus”.
– 71m06s | Guest Panel (6 of 6)
Last but not least, Brian “Drusain”.
– Intro/Outro | Miscellaneous
Counting up, feline interruption and everyone’s a critic.
PolyCast is a bi-weekly audio production recording live every other Saturday throughout the year, in an ongoing effort to give the Civilization community an interactive voice; sibling show ModCast focuses on Civ modding, TurnCast on Civ multiplay.
The Game of the Month is a friendly competition designed to help us all learn about Civ6 and, together, improve our game play. We start from a common save, with a common goal, and, as we play, keep notes on our actions and decisions. We then share what we did and discuss the merits of our actions and, in the process, learn from each other.
The first Civ6 GOTM features Trajan of Rome in a King difficulty level game on a Standard Sized Continents map at Standard Speed. You can find the game announcement and, at the bottom of the announcement post, the game save that you can download.
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