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  • PolyCast Episode 98: "Meant to Interpret That"

    Context assumed. The ninety-eighth episode of PolyCast, "Meant to Interpret That", features regular co-hosts Daniel "DanQ" Quick and Lisa "qnl" Bang with returning guest co-hosts Michael "emeseles" Lucas-Smith, Peter "Emperor Peter" and Wouter "Locutus" Snijders.

    Here is the summery of the topics:

    - 03m53s | News
    Civilization developer Firaxis Games has 20 of its employees laid off.
    - 11m41s | Research Lab
    Looking for a new way to expand one's empire, and incorporating United Nations peacekeepers in the Civ series.
    - 29m11s | Forum Talk
    Should farming be possible on hill tiles.
    - 33m04s | Miscellaneous
    Dissecting the announced 'Special Edition' of Civilization V.

    - Intro/Outro | Assorted
    Name dropping not needed, a co-host cherry picking from fan-written CivV poems, substantiated -- or just wishful -- thinking based on a photo, call to a convention meet up in Germany, and feigning regret.

    PolyCast is a bi-weekly audio production in an ongoing effort to give the Civ community an interactive voice on game strategy; sibling show ModCast focuses on Civ modding and RevCast focuses on Civilization: Revolution.

    As always, enjoy.

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