Chapter Tactics #92: 8th Edition 101, Breaking Down the Shooting Phase

Chapter Tactics is a 40k podcast which focuses on promoting better tactical play and situational awareness across all variations of the game. Today Peteypab brings on 3 of the top players in the world to talk about what it takes to dominate in the shooting phase and compete at the highest level. 

Show Notes:

  • Want to hear more from Mitch check him out on The Best in Faction Podcast!
  • Want to check out the stats we talked about in the episode? Click on this link.
  • Click here for a link for information on downloading best coast pairings app where you can find lists for most of the events I mention.
  • Check out the last episode of Chapter Tactics here. Or, click here for a link to a full archive of all of my episodes.
  • Commercial music by Music by: www.bensound.com
  • Intro by: Justin Mahar

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About Petey Pab

Aspiring 40k analyst, tournament reporter and Ultramarines enthusiast, Petey Pab only seeks to gather more knowledge about the game of 40k and share it with as many people as he can in order to unite both hobbyists and gamers. We are, after all, two sides of the same coin.

4 Responses to “Chapter Tactics #92: 8th Edition 101, Breaking Down the Shooting Phase”

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    rvd1ofakind December 4, 2018 5:26 am #

    Great episode. I like this new format a lot.

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    G Evans December 4, 2018 12:05 pm #

    Hi

    Can you guys get an audio equalizer. Some people you can hardly hear, others are almost shouting – it makes it very difficult to listen to. Cheers.

    • Petey Pab
      Peteypab December 4, 2018 4:44 pm #

      Hello, audio equalizers have historically not helped enough. I’ve invested in a bit of software (Open to more suggestions).

      You have 4 people with varying connections, different mics, and who have the power to make adjustments on top of when I make adjustments inside the software.

      I already spend hours editing the volumes of each individual audio track, and then together on the master file.

      I think the easiest solution is obviously don’t bring on a lot of guests, however I decided I would rather sacrifice some audio quality to bring on guests from all over the world. I figured since even some of the top radio shows suffer in quality when they bring on random callers. So it’s something that a producer has to accept.

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    Ghostvalley December 5, 2018 7:00 am #

    Fantastic podcast, Pablo, and a great panel. Really enjoy these 101 episodes. I also liked the format that gave everyone a chance to speak their piece.

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