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The Angry Chicken is a podcast that cracks 40 packs, throws down a 1/1 chicken w/ a +5 Enrage, all the while keeping you up to date on everything going on in the world of Hearthstone . Each week the latest news, strategies, crazy game stories and your emails are covered. Garrett Weinzierl, William "Dills" Gregory, and Jocelyn Moffett together host The Angry Chicken.
September 1st, 2015
Episode 78 of 188 episodes
Welcome to the 100th episode of The Angry Chicken! To celebrate this milestone Team 5's own Ben Brode joins the show to talk about The Grand Tournament's release and development, and also to pal around for the entire episode! The TAC crew were also joined by returning guests Karma and Frodan. It's a packed show and ends with many calls from you fine listeners.Thank you all for your support of the show. It has been an insane ride so far for the three of us. We're looking forward to many more shows, and many more celebrations of all things Hearthstone.You can support The Angry Chicken by becoming a Patron at http://www.patreon.com/tac. Thanks for the support!You can email the show at [email protected] us on http://Twitch.tv/amovetvfor the live shows.VODs can be found on the Amove Youtube at http://Youtube.com/amovetvThe Angry Chickenis podcast about all things Hearthstone. Garrett, Dills, and Jocelyn cover news, strategies, crazy game stories, and take your emails every week. Jobs done!iTunes:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/angry-chicken-blog-amove.tv/id724741688RSS:http://feeds.feedburner.com/theangrychickenYoutube:https://youtu.be/lYxCg4QvLhkTAC #100 Show Notes:https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WwCox0LfEjvlN7Hrssjfl4pXZ5J9BpjPNBTSxI4ygJs/pubDownload TAC #100
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