Good quality, but could use more structure
Overall, this is one of the higher-quality 40k podcasts. There are no issues with sound. The pace is find and most of the guests are enjoyable to listen to.However, the majority of episodes seem to lack a clear structure. They mostly consist of Paul (the host) ranting about the new hotness/teasers/or whatever he has on his mind, rotating from one subtopic to the next, while the guests comment on each as quickly as they can before Paul rolls on to the next thing he clearly wants to talk about. Further troubling, is the clear hesistance to say anything remotely negative about products or rules for Warhammer, even regarding the particularly baffling decisions GW rolls out sometimes. If I had to guess, I'd say Paul receives products in exchange for the promotion he drums up for Games Workshop. Regardless of the origin of this policy, it really cuts down any candid conversation that can take place. Compare this to other quality WH Podcasts, like Honest Wargamer or Frontline Gaming, where having a bit of fun mocking GW's mishaps is common ground. I'll add that the interviews are usually the best part by far of any pod that includes one and I'd love to hear more. With the interviewee leading the conversation somewhat, Paul's weaknesses in maintaining a direction are averted.
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