Lost Hemisphere Radio Episode 113

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After an extended hiatus, Gdaybloke and Northblade return to share with you their initial natterings regarding the recently announced, impending Warmachine and Hordes Mk III. Yes, they’ve denied you the pleasure of their dulcet tones for many months, but they do say absence makes the heart grow fonder, don’t they? No? Ah well, here’s some audible shenaniganry for  you anyway.

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Yes, it’s true. The recent announcement of Warmachine/Hordes MkIII has successfully dragged Jamie and I out of podcasting retirement. Not that we’d actually retired, but as much as we’d love nothing more than to spend our days recording podcasts and writing blogs and other such things for the enjoyment and edification of our audience, real life occasionally (read: often) has other things to say about that train of thought. Speaking only for myself, 2015 presented a great many challenges in my personal life, and while there were highs, there were a great many more lows, and even 2016 started off with a non-voluntary career change on my part. Regardless, here we are, after many months of radio silence (play on words totally intended) with a new episode of Lost Hemisphere Radio.

I want to take this moment to thank you, our loyal listenership, for your patience and understanding. Lost Hemisphere, and Lost Hemisphere Radio, is a labour of love for me personally. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors running this website is not a financial burden, but it does take a lot of time and effort, and it’s been some time since producing a new episode of LHR has even been on the table. We’re grateful for your support, and thankful that you’ve kept coming back to the blog all these years.

Out of interest, the very first episode of Lost Hemisphere Radio went live on April 30th, 2010, a little over a year after the blog itself first began in 2009. It’s been a long journey, and the destination is nowhere in sight. Here’s to the continuance of our epic.