Crit ! Cast returns with another new monthly episode, focused on Time Management and Slow Play within Warhammer Underworlds.
Check out episode 11 with the following link here!
Welcome to episode 11 of Crit ! Cast: Time Management and Slow Play! Episode 11 has Tommy Conboy return to join me and talk about time management and slow play. With the return of physical play in some places in the world and the generally noticed time lapse of online players, we go over ways you can make sure you play your games of Warhammer Underworlds within time as well as how to deal with dreaded slow play. Useful for new and old players alike, we go over everything you need to know and tips to help improve your gaming experience.
That’s pretty much it for now. Episode 11 of Crit ! Cast is just over 69 minutes, nice. Whether you’re returning to Warhammer Underworlds, new to the game or an experienced player, this is the podcast episode for you. As stated before, it’ll give you all the tips me and Tommy use to make sure we play within round time and how to manage slow play. Remember important things like never thinking the worst of your opponent, if you can’t play a warband within a fixed time frame then you can’t actually win with them, asking opponents to “pick up the pace” and always keep the round timer nearby.
If you want, you can also check out my article on time management and slow play: https://canyourollacrit.com/2020/02/21/picking-up-the-pace/
Remember you can listen to the latest episode here.
You can find all my previous episodes on my podbean page here.
I’m also on iTunes too now and the latest episode can be accessed on Crit ! Cast’s iTunes page via this link here with the direct link to Episode 11: here.
You can now listen to Crit ! Cast on Spotify too! Do so via the direct link here.
So until next time, thanks again to Tommy for joining me on the show and I hope you all enjoy it. Remember, even if you roll lots of crits, you still can’t beat the clock!
3 thoughts on “Crit ! Cast Episode 11: Time Management and Slow Play”
Will this talk find its way to YouTube?
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As in just ported over yo YouTube or as a separate video