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Alfredos Size 3 Taco Truck: A Marvel Crisis Protocol Podcast

Pat Van Value

3 guys occasionally talking about MCP. Formerly Chicago's premier Guild Ball podcast.


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Latest Episodes

This week we talk about the updated models from ministravaganza. Next time we'll talk about the new models. more

10 days ago

This week we make a very serious tier list, complain about cuts + timelines, play back of the box, and discuss internal faction balance. more

24 days ago

This week we talk about Pat's criminal syndicate adventures, play back of the box, and Nate has feelings about power creep. more

2 months ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 27 ratings
  • Great combination of substance and nonsense

    I really like these boys. I find that too many wargame podcasts devote a ton of time to simply repeating rules information, or stating the shallowest implications of text. These guys really dig deep into the theory of the game, and games in general, with less of an emphasis on how to execute any given tactic, but rather on how to think about a game. Sometimes this theory is in dedicated segments, other times the broad lessons are suggested from their dissection of specific game examples. Combine... more

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    Tom Horstmann
    United States4 years ago
  • Worth your time

    These guys are funny, informed and produce a polished product. It’s worth your time to listen. Thanks fellas!

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    United States5 years ago
  • Review for strictly the worst

    This is my favorite guild ball podcast. These guys do a great job explaining the competitive scene and they do it in a fun and entertaining way. I enjoy their theory crafting and the hosts.

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    United States6 years ago
  • Timeless content

    Lots of podcasts (including my own) are bound by time to be relevant. Strictly the Worst provides top-knotch Guild Ball strategy and tactics that is timeless. Models and plot cards may change but the advice they give on every episode (when to counter attack, how to kick off, who to kick off with, etc., etc.,) remains permanently invaluable.

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    United States6 years ago
  • What happens when nerds get competitive

    I find these guys great! They have an interesting view of the game, always go very deep into a combination of stats, theories, and yet retain a lot of personality and are very self depreciating and aware of their own gaming flaws. Keep up the good work guys!

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    All Infinity Players Tune In
    United States6 years ago

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