In episode 19 of Carnagecast, we conclude the Battlestar Galactica actual play series featuring the Battle-all-stars with the not entirely shocking revelation that ended part 3. It only gets tenser from there. After the game, the players chat a bit about how the game went and the variants in play, such as 2 Cylons for 7 players and the personal goal cards.
In episode 17 of Carnagecast, “the real game” of Battlestar Galactica begins, as Carlo puts it. The sleeper phase doles out another set of loyalty cards to the not terribly hard-pressed Battle-all-stars. Now the mere prospect of Baltar employing his Cylon detector provokes strong reactions from all around.
The end of this installment’s a corker, too.
In episode 13 of Carnagecast, we begin a new actual play recording, this time of Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game. Recorded at the Winter Weirdness game day in Barre in January 2012, this session features a set of players known in the Vermont gaming scene for the enthusiasm and tenacity they bring to table when playing Battlestar Galactica.
In part 1, the players introduce themselves and the characters they’re playing, then launch into the game. Crises abound.