In Episode 98 of MayaCast, Tom and Kip dive into the Mail Bag and and answer some listener voicemails and emails covering a wide range of topics from lists to rules to painting and terrain, and a tasty beverage. They talk about all the generous Sponsors of the Arizona Armageddon Dire States event coming up in October – and of course, Infinity events around the world.
1 part gin, 1 part sweet vermouth, 1 part Campari all over an orange slice
The Negroni always came across as a very Nomad drink. The drink has very different elements that I consider all old school mobster like drinks. The kind some Black Sun Analyst in an info bar on some crappy freighter would order while waiting to meet an informant. It’s a little sweet, a little bitter and a lot boozy.
Tunguska, being the financial and legal heart of the nomad nation added the Sweet vermouth to add an old money/aristocrat feel while the Campari is so strange tasting that only Bakunins would order it, and the gin….well gin gets the job done. Like Corregidoran mercenaries do. It’s not a girly drink… or a manly drink.
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They are sending us the APC for one lucky attendee:
“If you are looking for a low cost alternative for storing your gaming miniatures that you can customize, then The APC is your answer. The APC was designed as a budget storage solution that can be used as long term shelf storage or your everyday miniature transport to your local gaming store. It comes with a pick-n-pluck style foam tray that is 1.75″ deep and is almost as large as two normal Blü foam trays. The sturdy, clamshell style, cardboard box offers rugged yet lightweight protection. The APC also serves as a shipping box for your miniatures which is perfect if you are a commission miniature painter.”