Forge the Narrative - Warhammer 40k Podcast

Forge the Narrative - Warhammer 40k Podcast

Published by: The FTN Crew
50 Episodes | First Released: Oct 12 '19 | 🇺🇸
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A guy who plays phone games
Jul 6
Rating:   10
Thanks for paying attention to feedback

The show is great, and Paul and co. do listen and pay attention to feedback. Thanks guys!

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Killswitchlogic
Jul 6
Rating:   10
Golden standard

When it comes to competitive 40k entertainment these guys kill it every time ! The quality of this podcast is top notch ! The back and forth between all the guys on the podcast makes for entertaining and educational content when it comes to how to play / play a better 40k game. I love the tactics overviews and the finishing moves are great too!! Keep up the great work !

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Smaddox1990
Jun 14
Rating:   4
Audio

The audio recently had been very poor. Hard to hear as he starts loud then gets real quite

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Veidt Ind.
May 11
Rating:   10
Good Stuff

It’s a good.It’s free.I mean...c’mon.

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Bike Mackmann
May 10
Rating:   10
I want to have a beer with these guys.

Awesome show. One of my favorites to listen to. Greatly informative and fun as well. The occasional Star Wars rants are totally fine with me and encouraged! I’d like to hear your guy’s opinions on the Raven Guard lore as they’re my favorite chapter. Keep it up dudebros!

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Azrael Okie
Feb 12
Rating:   10
Favorite Podcast

Great podcast listen every week

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ChrisFinnegan
Jan 21
Rating:   10
Only 40k Podcast I listen to.

Best podcast around, great guest, amazing content on all that is 40k.

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Corax555
Jan 19
Rating:   4
Balanced conversation

Hey Paul and Ricky, love the show. However, lately one guest has dominated the talk time, more balance please.

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Severatus
Jan 14
Rating:   8
Solid Warhammer 40k discussion

Love the show. it has a casual style that is mellow, like having a chat about your recent gaming experiences and hobby progress with old friends

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A guy who plays phone games
Dec 7 '19
Rating:   10
Love the show, but please change the intro voice

The “sexy” (European?) female voice that says “forge the narrative (sexy giggle)” at the start of the show is really weird and off-putting. I love the show, and if this is the only review you read, still listen! But this one part should be reconsidered.

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thisaintgreat
Nov 6 '19
Rating:   6
Why call it forge the narrative

I thought this podcast would be about narrative wargaming. Instead it was about forging the cheesiest meta list.

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kzyma
Oct 6 '19
Rating:   10
My fav 40k podcast

Title says it all, keep it up!

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RenegadePancake
Oct 5 '19
Rating:   10
One of the best

In the top tier of 40k podcasts, makes my work day far more enjoyable. Dark angels are indeed better than blood angels

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Metalica Magos
Sep 12 '19
Rating:   10
This is 5 stars so I want to hear it.

Love you guys! Makes my 2 hour commute bare able . Dark angels are better than blood angels!

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Brian Berman
Sep 12 '19
Rating:   10
TPM herds cats and keeps it real.

With hobby tips at the end of every episode and competitive and narrative talk in the middle TPM keeps the show balanced for all levels of hobbiest. Enjoyable show.

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PyroTurtle
Aug 19 '19
Rating:   10
A narrative decades in the forge...

Ignore all episodes before May 2018- this has become one of the top five miniature gaming podcasts available and is well worth the time to listen to! Especially great to listen to while painting with Athonian Cammoshade.

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magodedisco
Aug 16 '19
Rating:   6
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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Benny the Viewer
Aug 6 '19
Rating:   10
Talent

In the sea of 40k podcasts I always come back to FtN as a stable rock. My thirst for competitive coverage is quenched while it being a broad category podcast. Audio is professional, competent format and quality hosting. Good choice of guests. To the point while still feeling intimate. I do not support the endorsement of Buffalo Wild Wings though. I’d rather eat dog vomit. ❤️

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5150again
Jul 31 '19
Rating:   10
4 score and 7 pod casts ago

Four score and 7 podcasts ago we had gen 1 podcasts. Then came the four horsemen of Kirby killing off many. From the apocalypse and ever dark burning darkness of cammoragh, the epicenter00 of tzenetch change came. Not forging a narrative but the star child and c’tan brought forth the new generation of competitive but accessible podcasts. Thanks for all you do.

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Paul-9807
Jul 22 '19
Rating:   10
Great and very accessible 40k podcast!

I’m at a stage of life with little kids that I don’t get to play very often, and I’m more of a hobby focused, mildly competitive gamer than a tournament master, but this podcast breaks it down so that it’s easy to understand what is changing in the game right now and what I should think about when writing my next list. Sometimes I need to learn lessons the hard way, like don’t bring drop pods against Genestealer Cult, or just don’t bring drop pods at all in 8th, but from this show I get to learn from other people’s gaming experiences that I could never get on my own and learn how to think about playing the game and building lists in the current meta so that when I do get that rare opportunity to play, my Blood Angels with IG allies do as well as they can with my limited skills.

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