Every now and then one of my friends asks me to guest host on one of their shows. While my schedule does not always work out to where I can assist, I do whenever I can. This page is devoted to chronicling my various guest appearances, and is largely here for my own amusement. If you find yourself in need of a guest feel free to ping me on twitter to see what my availability is like in a given week.
I’ve been a long time listener of the Battle Bards podcast since I believe episode one. I too have this attachment to the music in the games I listen to and as a programmer by trade I find it easier to code to instrumental music. As a result movie and game soundtracks are on heavy rotation. When Syp and Syl asked me to fill in on the show I was extremely happy that my schedule worked out.
Braxwolf is amazing and is the brain child behind The Gaming and Entertainment Network that AggroChat is a part of. Roughly once a quarter we attempt to gather some of the hosts from the various TGEN podcasts and do a roundtable of sorts. This is hosted by a specific podcast and during the one I participated in it was hosted as part of the Beyond Bossfights podcast.
- Beyond Bossfights #20 – TGEN Tribunal 3 – Featuring Braxwolf, Jabberant, Roger, Liore, Syl, and Belghast
I was admittedly shocked when Chris Coke asked me to guest on the MMORPG.com Game On Podcast, and even more shocked when they invited me back for a second episode. Great show hosted by some great folks. Would happily do again if my schedule aligns.
- Game On #41 – Delving Dungeons in Elder Scrolls Online – Featuring Chris Coke, Jessica “Liore” Cook, and Belghast
- Game On #49 – Do Raiders Really Matter? – Featuring Chris Coke, Jessica “Liore” Cook, Apple Cider Mage and Belghast
This is the first and only videocast I have appeared on and honestly acted as a Catalyst for the creation of AggroChat. I liked the conversational format, but appearing on camera made me deeply uncomfortable. The very awesome Beau Hindman gave me a standing offer if I ever wanted to appear again, but again… the whole video thing is just not for me.
Multiplaying Podcast/The MMO Show
I love the Multiplaying folks and even though they have changed names to The MMO Show, the cast remains the same. This is one of several shows that I feel a great kinship with because it is essentially the same format that we ended up with in AggroChat, where a bunch of friends just sit around and talk about stuff.