Diablo 3 Podcast: Westmarch Workshop Feat. Flux

Neinball and Katniss/Leviathan, two longtime guests on our Diablo 3 Podcast have been doing their own Diablo 3 podcast thing of late, which they call the Westmarch Workshop. Since this week is the anniversary of Reaper of Souls and more importantly the Reaper of Souls launch party, the guys invited me to join them on their podcast to chat about the past year in RoS and to reminiscences about the launch party.

After recording hundreds of Diablo 3 Podcasts I found it sort of odd but sort of freeing to just be a guest instead of the host, and ironically (or not) I actually spoke a lot more than I do in my usual moderator roll.

The YouTube version of the show has now been posted, and you can check it out below. My appearance begins before the start and continues relentlessly throughout, largely via my endless, double-intermission Demon Hunter story.

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11 thoughts on “Diablo 3 Podcast: Westmarch Workshop Feat. Flux

        • Not taking anything away from him, I was just surprised. I always imagined him as a tall thin white dude. I’ve always listened to your podcasts Flux, and now there’s another one I can listen to as well!

          It’s good to get discussion going around the game as I feel we’re really a niche community and definitely not mainstream.

          Would be interested to hear all three of your thoughts around PvP and some ways Blizz could make that happen?

  1. Leviathan is one of my favorite casters and D3 players, he's entertaining and very knowledgeable. I didn't know he hosted a cast of his own too.

  2. First time i’ve listened to a westmarch workshop podcast.. The more d3 content the better as far as i’m concerned, so i’ll be listening as a regular from now on 🙂

    One thing tho, Leviathan came across as quite the Blizzard apologist imo.. Numerous times throughout the podcast he appeared to be toeing the blizzard line. Was this to promote discussion? is he goin’ for a job at blizzard? or does he genuinely believe everything he said?.

    As i said, first time listener.. not a big sample size.

    Cheers guys, keep it up.

    • I don't work for Blizzard and I'm not aiming to achieve anything by doing the podcast or saying nice things. It's just how I feel. I have been critical regarding many things in the game before and after they've been changed. The only thing I'm definitely going to reinforce is that I take offense when people forget to draw the line between attacking ideas and attacking people. We should strive to treat each other with mutual respect even if there is a difference in ideology or methods. What I was observing was people making character assassinations rather than discussing the merits of what is or isn't in the game.

  3. Cheers for the response Leviathan, All good.. tbh even if you were “playing devils advocate” to encourage interesting conversation, i’d be fine with that.

    btw – can you guys pool together $20 and buy flux a webcam next time he guests on your show? 😛

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