Guard Frequency Episode 238 | La La Mamba

Cits and Civs, Captains and Commanders, you’re tuned to episode 238 of Guard Frequency — the best damn space sim podcast ever! This episode was recorded on November 16, 2018 and released for streaming and download on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at

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This Week’s Schedule

  • Flight DeckStar Citizen, Elite Dangerous & a bit more Descent
  • Galactic Public Radio w/ Spencer McDunn
  • Nuggets for Nuggets:  Commander KineticImpulser watches your six by covering defensive countermeasures
  • Guard Frequency Origins: More stealth rolls in the hallway.
  • Feedback Loop

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3 responses to “Guard Frequency Episode 238 | La La Mamba”

  1. seannewboy Avatar

    Wonderful show guys, thanks for detailing countermeasures, it gives someone not playing the game a basic understanding of how the system works in there.

    Right now im immersed in Fallout 76, might not make it into the free fly.

  2. H Alan Avatar
    H Alan

    “Permission to do a gate fly-by denied, Kinshadow, the landing pads are full. Hurston control out. ”

    Upgraded SC components should be moveable from one ship to another with the same component size (like weapons) Time and AUC spent on these upgrades would not be wasted.

    Can’t do the free fly event ’cause I’ll be without gaming internet access for awhile. (Shh very hush, hush)

    Good show – keep ’em coming.

  3. CMDR Wotherspoon Avatar
    CMDR Wotherspoon

    Thank you for another entertaining episode of Guard Frequency. I particularly appreciate Nuggets for Nuggets (not currently sponsored by McDonalds), and will always remember the slightly forced PEACH acronym. The ECM is something that was in the original 1984 Elite, but I’ve never taken the trouble to try it out in Elite: Dangerous. I will now.

    Spencerrrrr McDunnnnnn’s Galactic Public Radio is another favourite. I like the additional details that GPR manages to research, such as the names of the bodice-ripping romances in the Corsair King series, and the way McDunn manages to make the last consonant of every sentence last several seconds is… rather funnnnnnn.

    As with SLF, Tony has invented a better set of words for the initials. “Player Managed Faction” in many ways makes more sense than “Player Minor Faction”, which is what Frontier Developments thinks it stands for. #guardfrequencyisalwaysright

    Oh, and if you want to try out canyon racing in your new Mamba, the canyons right beside the new Buckyball Racing Club SRV challenge are ideal. (hope I got that right, it’s in Pomeche anyway).

    I wish I could listen to you record the show live, but you do the recording in the middle of the night, Planet Earth time….

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