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Sparks and Recreation

jigmelingpa & agentc13

A competitive community focused podcast about the deckbuilding game Hero Realms. Each episode covers multiple topics that can help improve your gameplay and get you involved with community events. When not bottom-decking Fire Bomb and Domination as an avid Hero Realms player, Jigmelingpa is a weapon of mass instruction otherwise known as Matthew Rooks. An associate professor in the Faculty of Oceanology at Kobe University, he spends his time enjoying linguistics, games, nature, basketball, movies, music, and eats. Tim McKenzie (IGN agentc13) is a Hero Realms Legend (2021 Origins Game Fair) and an avid player of board/card games. He enjoys streaming, game analysis, and spreadsheets. Be sure to check out the many articles he has written for Realms Rising and sign up for one of the online tournaments he organizes. Rounding out the podcast team are Sam "scrapforce" Parsons, who does a lot of the development for the Hero Helper app, and also Chris "DblDubz" Walberg, the premier Hero Realms ... more


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Latest Episodes

In Episode 27 of Sparks & Rec, Tim, Sam, and Chris walk through WWYD25 before taking a closer look at the Barbarian and Alchemist character classes, with some discussion on the continuing balance testing they are going through. Then, the gang talk ab... more

9 days ago

In Episode 26 of Sparks & Rec, Matt, Tim, and Chris give their insight on WWYD24 before discussing the best ways to build the original characters up to Level 14. The crew also take a look at the Wizard's Serpentine Staff vs. Blazing Staff before fina... more

23 days ago

In Episode 25 of Sparks & Recreation, Matt, Tim, Sam, and Chris welcome special guest Zabuza to talk about his activity with the game and community, development of the Realms Rising website, and Campaign Strategies! more

a month ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 5 ratings
  • Awesome Stuff

    First - this is the only podcast I have ever paid for. I believe in the show and support the content and am happy to back as a patron. more

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    United States4 months ago
  • Searching for Hero Realms content? Look no further!

    Easily the best biweekly Hero Realms podcast that releases on Mondays available — hands down!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago

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