Christi and Sarah are back! Listen for details on how to win prizes for our 50th episode, opinions on Moira, and Winter Wonderland predictions like what costumes we think we'll see, pricing, and special maps or events.
Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat!
Stay for the exciting 50th episode contest announcement toward the end!
JB flying solo this week because Sarah has holiday prep to take care of and Christi's voice is shot. He reviews the interesting information from the the Overwatch Archive panel from Blizzcon 2017, great insights from the Overwatch Concept Art book, and why he is sick and tired of character "shipping".
Blizzcon 2017 is done and we talk about what we got right, almost right, and totally wrong. We also have the enlightening moment that Garrosh is the Donald Trump of WoW. Ew.
We start off talking about the end of the Halloween Terror event then suddenly realize it's the show before BlizzCon! After covering the gist of many of the topics we switch to our predictions for BizzCon 2017.
Is Mercy a must-have following the changes? We feel like that's true. And what are these rumors of changes to Genji and Junkrat on the PTR? We once again discuss the downside of making rapid changes. We also dig into the Halloween event, what Mei's skin is all about (jiangshi from Chinese mythology), and Mercy concept art!
Zarya comic and lore exploration, cute strategy comic, Halloween content, and time on the ol' Overwatch Counseling couch
We welcome Sarah as our third co-host! We also introduce a new segment called Old and Noob!
Release of deathmatch, hero changes, whether or not the Junkertown Queen will be a new character, banning violators, and so much more!
Lishadra joins the show again for her 21st birthday! We talk about ALL THE THINGS! So much has happened since our last episode including PTR changes to Mercy and D.Va, a Mei animated short, new map, deathmatch, and more!!
We made it to our 40th episode! We talk about how we like Doomfist, the upcoming summer games, and changes to Lucio Ball! Plus Dave admits he's a specialist, not a jack of all trades.