We know you already knew that, but he’s a super-idiot this episode. He might know what a Luddite is, but he still doesn’t know how Iden Versio works. We apologize in advance.
Gordon would have preferred to have had the episode titled “You must unlearn what you have learned”, said in his best Yoda voice no less, but Mikhail was inclined to go with the quote by a whiny, murderous brat.
Having not recorded for almost two months, it was finally time to get together again to share their thoughts on the sunset that was X-Wing First Edition and the dawn of new era that begins this week with the launch of X-Wing Second Edition.
Non-football fans (or just non-Steelers fans) might want to skip forward the the 11:00 minute mark. Also, parents take note — a word is in the Steelers segment you might not want to have to explain.
We mean that sort of literally. We spoke with Andrew Savoie, who happens to be an actual M.D. What does that have to do with X-Wing? Absolutely nothing, but we’re still impressed. Turns out Andrew used to play X-Wing years ago. Now that he’s done with his residency, he has more free time and thought he’d give X-Wing another go. Has he heard the good news? Does he know about X-Wing 2.0? We interview him to find out.
That’s right, the Stay On Target crew find themselves excited about X-Wing 1.0 again. Thanks Wave 14!
Mikhail and Franch share Worlds stories from their recent trip to Minnesota, but it becomes clear soon enough that the crew wanted to talk more about the recently announced X-Wing 2nd Edition.
Those who listen to OCX get the reference, and Stay On Target now owns said reference. We won the right to say so and explain why at the end of the show. But don’t try to skip ahead, because we’ll know and then you’ll be in trouble. Mikhail and Franch speculate about what will show up at World’s in two weeks, but Gordon doesn’t care (because he’s not going). Gordon instead prefers to ponder about the overall state of the competitive game and speculate about X-Wing 2.0.
The new Q1 2018 X-wing kit is being described as a “Stay on Target” tournament. Clearly inspired by our podcast, of course. After all, it’s not like the phrase “Stay on Target” is used elsewhere. You’re welcome, FFG. Michigan Regional semi-finalist Tommy Adams joins Gordon, Mikhail and Franch to discuss his four ship rebel list.
Dreams do come true! Who cares if it took a different Gordon than the show’s host to climb the mountain top? Suffer with Mikhail and Franch in their dismay, having to listen to Gordon and guest sychophant Camden go on and on about the achievement of his namesake – Gordon Pinkerton – who won the Portland System Open. Oh yeah, and obligatory meta talk — in all its Fenn/Ghost glory.
Gordon and Mikhail think they have the show all to themselves, but Franch crashes the party. Then DHaus of all people shows up to brag about being in another Organized Play promo pic. There’s also talk about the Indy Regional.
It was almost a perfect weekend: X-wing streams everywhere and the Steelers (Big Ben, Brown and Bell) advancing to the AFC Championship. Ugh, the Steelers! Fine, at least Jeff Berling joins us for some meta analysis. Nevermind, he’s not available. Okay, well, congrats to the Birmingham Barons podcast member Joel Killingsworth for going 15-0 across two events at PAX South?