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In this episode, our hosts discuss a highly anticipated magic the Gathering set that is yet another crossover with Dungeons and Dragons! They discuss their thoughts from the perspective of seasoned players and those who've never played! In the campaign, we are treated to an excellent monologue from Aaron the DM then it is an action-packed session that you won't want to miss!
In this episode, our hosts discuss the upcoming book Journeys Through the Radiant Citadel and speculate how great this book could be for inclusion. They focus on what it can mean for representation and their excitement for its release. In the campaign, the crew recovers from battle, and still never seems to get out of trouble... but something is up with Vinny.
Our hosts discuss a new competitive Dungeons and Dragons board game on the horizon in this episode. Aswell the party gets into trouble traveling together getting into their first combat. Huggar also makes a friend in an unlikely place.
In this episode, the discussion is based around playtest content released by Wizards of the Coast that has plenty of goodies in it. In the campaign, after a sneaky investigation and some not-so-sneaky and very questionable methods by Huggar the party solves the crime, but it leads to more questions than it does answers.
Calling all music lovers! If you are looking for an eccentric sound among the wave of alternative pop and R&B in the Muncie area, look no further than May’s Artist of the Month: Imani. On April 26, I had the chance to interview this Ball State University student. His potential was palpable through the screen of our Zoom call. He wore a pink hoodie and much like the color; he exuded a vibrant and chill demeanor. As a first-generation American, born to Jamaican immigrants, he reflects on music's important role in his life. He grew up listening to reggae, dancehall, R&B, and gospel. He traded in his old stomping ground of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, full of palm trees and balmy weather, for the four-season state of Indiana to study musical theater.
It’s a cold, blustery day in January and you’re in a bookstore. You search the shelves, pondering over which book to take home, all the while wondering if you should stop spending money at bookstores— when you see it: Heartstopper. It’s the cutest graphic novel you’ve ever seen and, without a second thought, you buy it. Then you buy the rest of the series and, before you know it, you’ve read them twice. Now imagine scrolling through the internet one day and finding out your favorite graphic novel series is going to be made into a Netflix show.
Elijah and Adonnika break down Kendrick Lamar's announcement of his next album after years of silence.
In this episode, our hosts discuss the new book Mordenkainen Presents: Monsters of the Multiverse what they look forward to with it as well as the possibilities it holds. Then the campaign follows the party's struggle to solve an attempted murder!
In this episode, Emma and Annie discuss the fallout of the previous bonfire and everything that transpires after.
Adonnika and Elijah break down Netflix's rising subscription prices, possibly in the wake of production costs for Stranger Things Season 4.
Sam and OK break down the recent reveal of Attack on Titan's final season - it's getting yet another split from two parts into three.
In this episode, Emma and Bernadette analyze the focus on the bonfire and all the tears shed there.
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Attack on Titan is an anime that fans just can’t seem to get enough of. Even though the series has been airing for nine years, it still has just as much hype around it as it did when it first premiered, if not more. And as we near the finale of the series, the excitement continues to build. The second part of season four of Attack on Titan was nothing short of absolutely spectacular. From the captivating storytelling to the changing relationships between characters, and the exhilarating fight scenes, these past 11 episodes encapsulate just what makes the series so successful. Part two provided many answers to questions that fans have been wondering about for the past three seasons while yielding multiple surprising plot twists at the same time. As thrilling as part two was to watch, it was just as equally thought-provoking and emotional. And let's not forget the killer opening by SiM, which foreshadowed just how electrifying and phenomenal part two would be.
Kirby has had a rough transition to 3D—wait, that’s not right. Kirby has somehow never had a 3D game in its 30 years of existing. Sure, past games might be made up of 3D models but the gameplay has always remained as a 2D side scroller, until now. Kirby and The Forgotten Land marks a turning point in the series as it becomes a 3D platformer. While I was excited about this new endeavor for the franchise, I was also hesitant to be optimistic. I’ve only played two Kirby games before, Triple Deluxe and Star Allies, which I thought were pretty good…and pretty bad. It’s safe to say that I didn’t want to get my hopes up that this entry would be a slam dunk.
Episode 12 of The Legend of Vox Machina creates doubt in the idea of the climactic ending. After a glorious encounter with the hottest couple devoted to evil gods, Vox Machina looks forward to well-deserved rest and relaxation. If only the edgy friends didn’t have to be so dramatic.
Episode 11 of The Legend of Vox Machina features the climactic battle between Vox Machina and the evil, yet hot, Briarwoods. The party has to come together and help Percival De Rolo defeat his childhood demons. All while trying to free Vax'ildan and Cassandra from Sylas’ beguiling influence.
Episode 10 of The Legend of Vox Machina starts to pull the rug-of-climax out from our band of misfit heroes. The episode delivers classic Vox Machina character moments alongside the best dramatic scenes the season has delivered so far.