History of England – Agincourt – Extra History – #5

From Extra Credits. Henry V was formidable and ruthless. Leading an army struck by dysentery, he pressed on to claim more large swaths of France, forming the irresistible Anglo Burgundian alliance. Thanks again to David Crowther for writing AND narrating this series! https://thehistoryofengland.co.uk/podcasts/history-of-england/ Join us on Patreon! http://bit.ly/EHPatreon (–More below) Check out all our shows…

The History of Roguelike Deckbuilders – From Playing Cards to CCGs and Beyond – Extra Credits

From Extra Credits. Enter an ever-changing world full of legendary encounters and stories. Craft your cards, assemble the perfect deck and defeat the Roguebook itself… or die trying. E3 limited time promotion of 33,333 keys for 1€. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/abrakam/roguebook/ https://www.roguebook.net/richard We cover the evolution and history of cards as games! From playing cards, to trading cards,…

Player Piano – Dystopias and Apocalypses – Extra Sci Fi

From Extra Credits. Kurt Vonnegut’s first novel “Player Piano” explores the long-term consequences of mandatory mechanization and automation, without necessarily arguing against them entirely. Rather, the novel raises important questions about increased classism and job instability for displaced workers. Join us for Extra Sci Fi on Tuesdays! http://bit.ly/SubToEC Get the Extra Sci Fi Reading List!…

History of England – Fire and Swords – Extra History – #2

From Extra Credits. On the 26th of August,1346, Philip’s army drew near the English force. The French were strung out for miles. Phillip’s best commanders advised caution: put on those comfy jim-jams the Queen gave you last Christmas, don the royal slippers, get a goodnight’s snooze, and let everyone catch up, then drown the English…