Strike Better Podcast

A Podcast designed to improve your skills in Marvel: Crisis Protocol

The Strike Better Podcast

Welcome to the Strike Better Podcast. The best place to hear the latest news, roster talk, deep dives and top tips to improve your game in Marvel: Crisis Protocol. Look out for new episodes dropping every two weeks.

Hosted by Ryan Farmer, Morgan Reid, Travis Foss and Jaren Foss.

Now, with new articles coming each fortnight, the Strike Better team aims to provide you with great content to improve your game!

S3E09 – Tall Attrition and a Back to Back Champ Strike Better Podcast

We bring on Season 7 Finalist Liam Watt to talk about how to run dangerous attrition builds with very few characters, and how you can use that as a form of control. [00:00:00] News [00:08:30] Superpower REVIEW!!!!: Hit and Run [00:20:00] Deep Dive: Interview with Liam Watt Strike Better!   Links to Liam Watt's 3-wide top cut games and power-up as discussed in the show: Final vs GotG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dr-ur9Nkick&t=1s Top 8 vs GotG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHoV-8cfdEQ&t=2s Top 16 vs Black Order: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sD2nM7wDClw Top 32 vs CS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjPlJj77Ak4&t=653s Liam's power-up of 'Slapchop' technique: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH3WGHw9eDw
  1. S3E09 – Tall Attrition and a Back to Back Champ
  2. S3E08 – What Did We Learn in Season 7?
  3. 2022 New Player Starter Guide
  4. S3E06 – Season 7 Top Cut Analysis
  5. S3E5.5 – Fearful Symmetry
  6. S3E05 – What is Power Worth?
  7. S4E05 – Shieldnanigans
  8. S3E04 – Gamenight Versus Tournament Rosters
  9. S3E03 – Shadowland Daredevil and Final S7 Prep
  10. S3E02 – Stock Trends for all 18 Affiliations


Tournament Review: Days of Future Past – Melbourne Australia

It is great to be back and talking about in-person MCP. Coming off the back end of another highly entertaining and competitive online league, many of the Oceanic’s top players gathered in Melbourne this week to roll some dice in the pursuit of glory! With a very healthy 28 person event, I was eager toContinue reading “Tournament Review: Days of Future Past – Melbourne Australia”