Groggily risen from hibernation by wild dogs crying out in the night, Nels and Jesse return to discuss the first pack of the new Kitara Cycle Sovereign Sight. What intrigues will transpire on the shores of Lake Victoria?
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Terminal7 83: End the Run
49:19After 83 episodes, Terminal7 comes to an end. Nels and Jesse discuss what made the game special, what it meant to them, if anything else could ever take its place (spoilers: no) and how we even got here. We're sad the game is ending, but happy for all the good times and friends we made along the way. So long, and thanks for all the clicks.
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Terminal7 81: Tiny Boys Have Tiny Hands
1:06:33Terminal7 returns to Reign & Reverie! This time, the Runner side of things are discussed, include one precocious youth who hates cards, a troubled psychic clone and one very loud senator. Special guest Paul Gross joins Nels and Jesse to discuss the final half of the final expansion for Android: Netrunner.
Terminal7 80: The Most Lascivious Cat
1:11:31The final Netrunner expansion, deluxe or otherwise, is upon us and Nels and Jesse dig into the Corp side of Reign & Reverie. Pressing questions like "What is the Sportmetal ball's shape" and "Why did we program these artificial bees to sting" are examined, as well as some pretty sick cards.
Terminal7 79: Something Terminal Alright
1:16:53Well, all things must come to an end. And to this, Netrunner is no exception. The license for the game from Wizards of the Coast has expired without renewal, meaning Netrunner will end in October of this year. Nels and Jesse parse the details and, undeterred, also discuss Kampala Ascendant!
Terminal7 77: Back in the Elephant Saddle
1:27:59Nels and Jesse were lost in the shifting sands of the desert, but have made their way back out with not one, but two data packs clasped beneath their burnoose. Council of the Crest *and* The Devil & The Dragon are within, and with it, the great quandary of what the "O" in SSO actually stands for.