Episode 82: Return of the Empire

June 12, 2018

Welcome aboard the Shuttle Tydirium podcast for episode 82! This week we're taking a long look at all the new second edition cards and ships for the Galactic Empire!


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Episode 81: The New Rebellion

May 29, 2018

Welcome aboard the shuttle tydirium podcast for episode 81! This week we're marathoning our way through the known updates to the Rebel faction in X-wing's second edition. 


Check the 'changes' document - the holy grail of compiled knowledge about x-wing second edition herehttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1WBD6vYa6cXMFsQNdbfSK1kjQdscdsQ_aLfMTbGqRsfY/edit?usp=sharing




Episode 80: Second Take on Second Edition

May 15, 2018

Welcome aboard the Shuttle Tydirium Podcast for episode 80! This week we're talking about second edition for the second time. Jim made us do it!


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Episode 79: Second Birthday Attack Edition!

May 2, 2018

Welcome aboard the Shuttle Tydirium for a special episode! FFG has decided to honor our birthday with huge news about X-wing! This episode is getting rushed out and may not be top audio quality, but....




Episode 78: Birthday Attack

May 1, 2018

Welcome aboard the Shuttle Tydirium Podcast! This week we're covering the recent article previewing those rascally renegades, Saw Guerrera's Partisans.  But more importantly, we're celebrating two years on the air! Awwww yeeeah! It's our Birthday!


This week the bumper music is erm.. stolen from the Auralnauts again.  If you like it even a little bit, you've got to check out their channel and watch the video for the whole experience! Mash that subscribe button for those guys and throw them some money on Patreon like I do!



Episode 77: The Last Objective Masters

April 17, 2018

Welcome aboard the Shuttle Tydirium Podcast! This week we cap off our discussion of the Objective Format, created by the talented guys at Gold Squadron and Mynock Squadron. Also, the Krayts were involved, I'm told. We'll see if objectives 5 and 6 are up to snuff!  

Also, our favorite Star Wars redub-spoof series just published their take on Return of the Jedi - check out the Auralnaut's The Last Laser Master.  The weird bumper music in this episode is from them.  If you don't know their stuff by now, do yourself a favor and check out their channel.  Just don't start doing midichlorians... ;)




13:18: Loose Restraining Bolt (Jim hates the metagame)

30:50 Ready Room: Objective 5&6


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Episode 76: FAQ Bomb

April 2, 2018

Welcome aboard the Shuttle Tydirium podcast for episode 76!  This one is coming to you hot off the presses - this news is just too hot for us to sit on!  


Episode 75: Objective format, part deux

March 21, 2018

Welcome aboard the Shuttle Tydirium podcast! This week we're looking at the third and fourth objectives of the Objective Format for X-wing, developed by the Krayts, Gold Squadron, and Mynock Squadron. Do they hold up? Do we forget the rules? Listen and find out!


Ready Room: (objective 3+4) 22:30


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Special Edition: Grayskull Narrative Discussion

March 12, 2018

Chief Engineer Biff gathers a handful of players from his local hosting of the Grayskull Narrative Campaign.  They discuss the experience, the likes and dislikes and the challenges provided by this unique format.  Co-pilot Phil joins the conversation about half-way through to talk about changes to the mission and hangar rules that are in the works.


Episode 74: Objective format! Round One, Begin!

March 7, 2018

Welcome aboard the Shuttle Tydirium podcast for episode 74! This week we're discussing the first two missions in the X-Wing Objective Format developed by Gold Squadron, the Carolina Krayts, and Mynock Squadron. Does it hold up under the expert scrutiny of the shuttle crew? Did we get the rules right? Only one way to find out...


Music by Kai Engel, used under a creative commons license and adapted for this project.  Check out Kai Engel’s excellent compositions here:  http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/