Join Rich Hagon at The Games Club in central London (UK) as he brings you the sights, sounds, and smells of the Shadowmoor Prerelease weekend. With hundreds of players, long-time artist Greg Staples, coverage veteran Tim Willoughby, an army of judges and nearly 300 shiny new cards, there’s something here for everyone. From Timmy to Johnny, from Spike to Silkbind Faerie , and across the formats, this is the story of the Shadowmoor prerelease 2008.
THE SHADOWMOOR PRERELEASE IN LONDON TOWN
You can listen to all three segments in the player to the right, or you can click on the link to listen to the file in your browser or right-click Save As to download to your computer. If you have iTunes installed on your computer, click here and you'll be directed to the Magic: The Gathering podcast in the iTunes directory.
- Part 1: New mechanics with head judge Glen White, plus early player perspectives (19.0 MB)
- Part 2: In deep with artist Greg Staples (8.4 MB)
- Part 3: The pro's view with Stuart Wright, plus premier-event coverage mileage junkie Tim Willoughby (16.7 MB)
You can also access previous studio podcasts by visiting the Podcast Archive.
WHAT IS PODCASTING?
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To subscribe to the Magic: The Gathering podcast:
If you already have iTunes on your computer, click here and you'll be directed to the Magic: The Gathering podcast in the iTunes directory. Click on the subscribe button there and you're all set.
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- Go to http://www.apple.com/podcasting/
- Download iTunes version 7
- Launch iTunes.
- From the dropdown menus, select Advanced --
Subscribe to Podcast
- When prompted for a URL, enter http://www.wizards.com/magic/rsspodcast.xml and click OK.
Once you subscribe to the podcast, iTunes will automatically check for new files and download them to your computer. To ensure that you get timely updates, set your Podcast Settings to check for new episodes every hour (the Settings button is in the lower-right corner of the iTunes window, or you can find it under Edit --