Welcome to the Pilot episode of Forgot to Feat, a WarMachine and Hordes Podcast. This episode is our introduction to the podcast world and a little history of ourselves as players and the Dark Omen Gaming Club. We also discuss the focus of Forgot to Feat moving forward.
What is “Forgot to Feat” ?
Forgot to Feat is a Podcast out of the North East presented by The Dark Omen Gaming Club and Handcannon Online. Each episode we will discuss a multitude of topics as well as try to highlight a persona from the North East and National Metas. Our goal is to shed some light on the North East Meta and help reinforce the community here.
Topics will be entertaining for both the leisure Warmachine/Hordes players in addition to the competitive Warmachine/Hordes players. This is our way to give back to a community that has shown so much support for The Dark Omen Gaming Club.
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Matthew Kozikowski (DarkJeebs): I’m a Capricorn. I love long walks on the beach with Borka and a full keg. I’m mostly into board/tabletop games now. I’ve played Retribution and Cryx, but currently own Trollbloods, CoC, and Gators. My favorite caster is Calandra and I love the hobby side of the game. I also love to do anything creative – from podcasting to graphic design and also making music. Moss tell them the story about the time you lost your glasses.
Dan Berger (BergerFett): I am a longtime Miniatures gamer. I played Menoth in Mk1 for a period of time and came back in Mk2 to play Legion of Everblight. I played Legion of Everblight for 2.5 years before switching over to playing Retribution of Scyrah as my primary faction. I am a member of the Pressgang and enjoy traveling to conventions and meeting new people. If you have any unique dice I am always looking to trade some Dark Omen Dice for other unique dice to add to my collection.
Anthony Ferraiolo (PhatheadAF): WarmaHordes player since the beginning of MKII, I compete with Circle and Cryx and also own Mercenaries. I love to travel and compete as well as meeting new players from all over the world. I hope to be able to travel to other countries to play one day, and hope the game continues to prosper locally, nationally, and internationally.