The results are in, amigo! What’s left to ponder? Nate, Mark, and Jason go over the Eternal survey results.
Results can be found here:
Jason, Nate, and Mark talk Empire of Glass previews and release in true misplay style. They cover the promotions for release, cards that stood out for better or worse, and Mark challenges Nate to a head to head Nate Can’t Possibly Disagree for Jason’s decisive vote. Jason gives a free to play update and Nate brings back Own It Or Stone for its second installment. They also discuss the Tuesday Night Eternal series and share their misplays of the week. In act two the trio discuss inevitability in Eternal. They cover what contributes to it, how to maintain it, and how to disrupt it.
Top 16 Worlds competitor, Team Misplay member, and high-frequency impostor, colacoma joins the show to talk about Eternal. Nate, Mark, Jason, and colacoma share their highlights and lowlights for the competitive season that was 2020. In the spirit of the holidays, they also make a wish list for the next year and colacoma plays a Worlds edition of Name That Card. Then dive deeper into colacoma’s Worlds prep and find out why you’re not spectating enough games. Oh, and Mark and Jason own up to a bet and make no friends along the way.
Jason, Nate, and Mark give their version of a set review for Bastion Rising. Later they give a Eternal 2020 Worlds preview. Mark is the salty one this week and has got something to say about it. Jason and Mark share possibly their most subtle misplays ever. The trio talks about mirror matches and break down the Throne Hooru Kira mirror and the Jennev Sling mirror. Make sure to sign up for the Tuesday Night Eternal tournament series coming up this winter.
Mark and Jason did not qualify for Worlds, but hey, some other cool people did. They explain what went wrong with their LCQ runs before having some special guests on to fantasy draft the 24 Worlds competitors. Mark and Jason discuss the new mini-set Bastion Rising and reboot Jason Can’t Possibly Disagree. Kenny Rogers makes a special experience to teach you when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em.
Join Nate, Jason, and Mark for coverage of some major Eternal news revolving around the game’s four year anniversary including a discussion of the new post balance patch meta. The trio hosts a poetry slam celebrating the participants in The Misplay Haiku Contest and introduces a brand new segment about Eternal’s lore. It’s definitely cannon. The team shares some strategies for adapting and adjusting based on which variant of a list an opponent is on.
Nate, Mark, and Jason talk about all the fun happening in Discord with King of the Hill and Among Us. Will there be another Worlds season? The cast debates it in Mark Can’t Possibly Disagree. They also summarize the Summer Championships and look to the Last Chance Qualifier. The Misplay launches a haiku contest in Discord with prizes from Inked Gaming. And finally, Mark explains how to “Git gud”.
Jason, Nate, and Mark run down all the exciting news. Jason’s outnumbered but he asks the right questions that we don’t have answers to yet. The cast previews the Expedition Summer Championship and they come up with a delicious bet. They play “Free to Play AMA” and they go down the misplay rabbit hole into misplay inception. In a flavorful act two, the trio discusses the intersection between tech cards and a deck’s game plan.
Mark, Jason, and Nate take a trip down memory lane to celebrate their 50th Eternal podcast. They pull the curtain back and share some of their favorite moments. Did they almost hang up on Hunter Pence? How many times did they record the first show? Why does Mark hum the Doug theme song? Was the Butterball sponsorship real? Listen to find out how you can win an in-game loot code.
Jason finally makes his triumphant return to The Misplay podcast. He joins Nate and Mark and the trio dives into the upcoming organized play events. They preview the new campaign and have a triple threat bet. Jason revives Mark and Nate Can’t Possibly Disagree and they crowd source misplays from members of the discord. They announce their new partnership with Hotels.com and unpack many of the questions and considerations surrounding Plunder.