Guard Frequency Episode 014 | Eric “Wingman” Peterson of Cloud Imperium Games

Greetings Citizens and Civilians, and welcome to episode 14 of Guard Frequency, the universe’s premier Star Citizen podcast recorded on Saturday 15th March 2014 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday 18th March 2014 at

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Tony is back from CIG Austin and joins Lennon and Geoff for another show so stuffed with Star Citizen goodness that we had to get Tony to sit on it so we could do the zipper up! In this week’s Squawk Box, we bring you an update on an old friend of our’s here at Guard Frequency and let you know how Chris Figueroa’s game Imagine Me is faring now that it’s seen its first early-access release. In CIG News we bring you all the excitement that’s happening around the UEE including our weekly Crowd Funding Update, the latest Letter from the Chairman, the next entry into the Terra Gazette, Dateline: SESEN part 7, WIP of the Avenger from Aegis Dynamics, Flashfire’s Portfolio, 10 For The Chairman episode 11, Wingman’s Hangar episode 60 and episode 7 of The Next Great Starship before we go in to Nuggets for Nuggets and let you know all there is to know about the stretch goal ships and then we bring you, you lucky, lucky listeners, our interview with Eric “Wingman” Peterson of Cloud Imperium Games. Finally, we tune into the feedback loop and let you join in the conversation.

Want to be in with a chance of winning a copy of Void Destroyer? Leave a comment on our show’s post in the Robert’s Space Industries Fan Site Forum Thread to be entered into our draw — deadline 7pm March 22nd, 2014 (00h00 GMT 23rd March 2014)

Topics Discussed

This Week’s Community Questions

  • What are your thoughts on real-time reporting? Will you now go above-and-beyond to get your 15 minutes of virtual fame, or will you be trying even harder to stay out of the spotlight? Are we going to have to start Keeping Up With The Space Kardashians?
  • Is there a clear front-runner at this stage?  Did somebody squeak through the first round that should have been axed?

Let us know your thoughts by commenting below!

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6 responses to “Guard Frequency Episode 014 | Eric “Wingman” Peterson of Cloud Imperium Games”

  1. Cookiecupcakes Avatar

    Haha the accolade rant was hilarious, also I absolutely LOVE the theme music, it makes me want to sneak around and aggressively Guard some Frequencies!

    1. Lennon Avatar

      Haha, I *detest* accolades.

  2. seannewboy Avatar

    Loved the show everyone, great job.

  3. Slain Avatar

    Wasn’t expecting much from a randomly found SC podcast but I’ve been very surprised. Gave a like on Facebook and looking forward to the next episode 🙂

    1. Lennon Avatar

      Hey Slain, glad you liked it — if you keep listening, we’ll keep making them!

      1. Slain Avatar

        you can bet your shiney freelancer i will 🙂

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