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Description

A podcast dedicated to Old School Runescape. Two brothers challenge each other every week to see who will become the strongest Iron man in a series of obstacles along the way. While also discussing all things Runescape.

Customer Reviews

Woo

Great OSRS podcast. Listen to the podcast while i’m at work. Keeps me up to date with news and eager to get home and play. If it wasn’t for work being boring i’d just listen to every episode while playing osrs but I need to save the episodes! Cannot recommend enough if you play the game regularly.

Great content, terrible pronunciation

I love this podcast and listen every single week but it’s starting to get ridiculous how bad these guys are at pronouncing simple words. The case could be made for a few of the mistakes as they are words unique to Runescape, but it’s getting ridiculous nonetheless and makes the show difficult to take as a serious commentary about the game. I know this is extremely petty but if you’re going to act as an expert on the game then at least get the simple stuff right.

Here are a few examples from this week’s show:

Equipped - they say “equip-ted” (this happens every week)

Al Kharid - they say El Karad (its Al like in Alan, and Ka-rid.

Mod Kieren (who appears on every Q&A which both hosts say they watch on a regular basis) had his name pronounced as Ky-reen.

There’s way more that I can understand (Enrahka, Neitiznot, etc.) but equipped is a normal English word, come on guys.

Quantity Can Equal Quantity

Ive been listening to these guys since episode three and they’ve only matured into a fine couple of hosts. The quality of their equipment has gotten better and rarely ever miss their upload schedule. 10/10 humor and personality.

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