The Mynock

The Crew of the Mynock

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Episode One Hundred One

The boys begin a desperate fight for their lives and the freedom of the Verpine people as they begin their fight with Inquisitor Sadet.

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Episode One Hundred

The boys re-infiltrate the Lode Mining corporation to prepare their trap for Inquisitor Sadet. They are surprised by the defenses awaiting them.

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Episode Ninety Nine

The crew lays out their strategy for battling Inquisitor Sadet. If their fighting is as anywhere near as uncoordinated and chaotic as their planning, then they are dead for sure.

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Episode Ninety Eight

After a lengthy explanation of human behavior and imperial tactics to the Verpine, the boys take a moment to relax before heading off to face Inquisitor Sadet. THE DUNGEON DOME CARD GAME Back here!

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Episode Ninety Seven

The boys pester the Verpine to give them dogs to eat. Oh, also they deliver them world shattering evidence of imperial cruelty that could provoke a civil war. Tryst and Leenik seem pretty hung up on the dog thing tho.

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Episode Ninety Six

We play Hearts by That’s No Moon rules, which means, I think, that we just win now.

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Episode Ninety Five

This is the third fight that’s taken place in this gymnasium this arc. The boys really liked this set piece, huh?

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3 comments on The Mynock

  1. Kyler says:

    You guys and resparked my love for Star Wars and have inspired me to get the edge of empire role playing game and run a campaign for my group but I have a question and that is what type of ship is the mynock

    1. It’s a Skipray Blastboat. One of the old EU ships that hasn’t returned to canon.

  2. Rick Earlywine says:

    I wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for what you do!
    I have a highly stressful job that weighs on my mind most all the time. I have been listening to your podcast for a few months now while commuting to and from work (1 1/2 hrs each way) and it has allowed me to escape into the world you have created. Not only has this provided much needed entertainment it has also had a measurable improvement on my over all attitude and mental health! I at my destinations in a much better mood.
    Thank you again! Your efforts are not only appreciated but treasured!

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