Lords & Heroes

A (mostly) Age of Sigmar Podcast

Lords & Heroes started as a funny idea on a 40K podcast.  Over the years the joke has persisted and the calls for the Lords & Heroes to venture forth have increased.  With the fall of the Old World and the rise of the Mortal Realms, Justin Keefer and Adan Tejada decided it might be time…
The show is about a gamer’s journey into the Mortal Realms and the detours that happen along the way.  Adan will be eagerly following Justin and others down a thorny path into yet ANOTHER miniatures game.  He may see a shiney dropship or TAG along the way and that might delay him, but Justin is determined to guide him back through the gates of Shadespire and back into the Mortal Realms.

 

Adan Tejada – A “poly-gamer” with experience from Warhammer to Bolt Action to Infinity and beyond.  His sons moved him from card-flopping (Game of Thrones CCG) to playing with miniatures.  Having started with Heroclix in the 90s, he has branched out far and wide on the table-top and running events.  Adan is the regular Warhammer 40K organizer at Endgame in Oakland, CA and a regular co-host on a popular 40K podcast along with Justin Keefer.  Justin and Adan will now explore a podcast world beyond the Grimdark.

 

Justin Keefer – A long time miniature junky and Hobbyist with a love of all things Aelven and Chaotic. Justin has been in the Warhammer hobby for longer than he cares to admit, worked at Games Workshop for a stint, and loves garage gaming as his main outlet.

 

Other Guests (so far):
Anthony Brown — Co-owner of Zombiesmith Games and former co-owner of Endgame Oakland.  Anthony & Adan have been playing games together for many years and most recently recorded with Adan about Shadespire for the show.

John Feuerhelm — Owner of Firehead Productions and competitive Warhammer 40,000 and Age of Sigmar player.  John’s known in the 40K/AoS scene for his extensive use of L.E.D. lights in his models.  John recently recorded with Adan about Firehead Productions and the change of editions for Age of Sigmar.

Rob Schmitt — Bay Area gamer for more than 40 years, Rob has played everything from Dark Age historicals to Warhammer 40,000 and *many* things in between.  Rob and Adan sat down to talk about Sharp Practice, a black powder-era game from “Too Fat Lardies” in the UK.
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