Legends Of The Painty Men

Legends Of The Painty Men

Published by: John Roy and Andrew DeWitt
29 Episodes | First Released: Jun 20 '18
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WillnFolk
Feb 1
Rating:   10
The Age of Sigmar Roast

It’s funny and well done. Most of the funny is directed to crapping on GW creative design. Kind of makes me feel stupid for enjoying the hobby, when they get going.Check it out, then check in to therapy.

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Occams!
Dec 5 '19
Rating:   10
Fun and Funny and I'm so glad I Found This

After peeing a little from laughter at John Roy's take on Grant Morrison on Underculture, I figured I owed the dude a listen to whatever he had to promote. When it turned out to be a Warhammer podcast, that was icing on the cake.As someone who has been into Warhammer for decades now but no longer plays, this show cracks me up. I'm early in the episodes but describing the Khorne models with the top knots as being Primus fans had me dying. Its informative, funny and feels like I'm part of a conversation I wish I was having everytime I walk into a Games Workshop store. These two dudes clearly love the game, like each other and are so easy to listen to that this is my new binge podcast. Highly recommended. I can only hope that they tackle some 40K stuff. I would LOVE to hear their take on the Primarchs.

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grown man playing with toys
Nov 18 '19
Rating:   10
Cringey beggars

While they are hilarious and worth the listen the reason I write this review is because the cringey begging they always do. It’s kinda like when you walk by a homeless guy and you’re like “naw bro I ain’t got any change” and he’s like “Godbless” so you have to give the change you hand.

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ErrlOfLemongrab
Jan 27 '19
Rating:   10
Love is in the air

Seriously Andrew, we can’t get enough Thank you Jon Roy and Dewitt helping me/us enjoy the things that make me/us single even more.....

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mebig
Jan 17 '19
Rating:   10
Best of Both Worlds

Love the comedy.Love the hobby.Combined it is a unique show that should not be missed.I found them through the Honest Wargamer and have loved it ever since.

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albinosnowflake
Dec 27 '18
Rating:   10
I never thought that Warhammer could be this funny.

Listening to these two tell hilarious stories while I sit down to paint my tiny plastic skeletons and ghosts is the new highlight to my day. What truly makes them funny is that they allow the conversation to take detours and tangents that keep the humor genuine and natural. This podcast is truly needed in a hobby that all too often takes itself far too seriously.

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triple6er
Sep 26 '18
Rating:   10
Hilarious and informative

I don’t really fox with AOS or too many war hammer based games but that doesn’t matter. LOTPM is full of light hearted jokes, delightfully fun accents, and miniature painting talk that gets me all riled up. Beyond that I’m learning a lot about the game, the factions, and most importantly getting my toys off the table, mate. The Murder Dice family supports The Legends of the Painty Men and so should you!

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NoxBrew
Sep 19 '18
Rating:   10
F***ING Brilliant

Just wow. I am a casual gamer returning to the hobby after ~20 years. Needless to say my attitude toward the game is tempered. No desire to take it seriously. This podcast is fantastic. The tongue in cheek review is exactly what I am looking for. Episode 4, Kharadron Overlords review in particular just nailed it for me, and justified my interest in the faction. Love this podcast. You had me at aether.

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c8irish
Sep 18 '18
Rating:   10
One of my favorite podcast

Not a player or really even a fan of AOS but I love fantasy and comedy and this podcast has that in spades. Been a fan of Andrew since the old podcast network days. This is my first exposure to John but he is awesome and funny. Love hearing about the world and the battles. Have heard Andrew talk about his gaming for several years now and those stories were always great and this show expands on that. Keep up the good work and I hope you can work out time eventually to put this out weekly!-Clint O’Hare

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Tyler JPM
Sep 2 '18
Rating:   10
Worth its weight in sand

I came for the Age of Sigmar, I stayed for the minotaur butts, and then I came for the minotaur butts.

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