Episode 17

The Mynock crew sets down on Mandalore, and pretty much just shops. That’s practically the entire episode.

 

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Kat Kuhl is a living spell cast by the Urwitch to summon beautiful stories into this world. She possesses the intellect of any three men of genius, a comprehensive knowledge of all things that never were, and eyes of a deeply hypnotic quality that strike fear into the hearts of the wicked.

6 comments on Episode Seventeen

  1. DanicusRex says:

    I’m sure some people want you guys to get more focused on the story and whatnot, but honestly… When I’m a player in a campaign, I LIVE for these quiet moments when the party gets to interact with each other and construct the bonds that make a party feel like real people who care about each other.

    Granted, your characters are far more fleshed out anyway than a lot I’ve seen, but I still like hearing stuff like this.

    So really, if it turned out that the group ended up doing episodes like this every once in a while, I definitely wouldn’t complain.

    1. I can’t speak for Kat, but I definitely want to keep character moments in the show. I think she was mostly sensitive about doing so many non-action episodes in a row.

    2. Kat Murphy says:

      Hey Danicus! There’s no worry of us eliminating quiet character moments. As a player and DM, that’s something I live for as well. I just don’t want the show to get bogged down to the point where we’re no longer moving forward.

      You can expect at least 1 down time episode between planets, and scattered quiet moments throughout until further notice. Thanks for listening!

  2. matchstickman says:

    I was pretty convinced that when the crew asked Kat what the Mandalorian’s name was after those “interesting” names she was going to say (slowly) “James D’Amato”!

    1. That would also be pretty great. I really liked her Billy D William reference though. #lando4life

  3. Namelessfodder says:

    Just caught up on the last 4 episodes in 3 days. Thank you guys for the continued hilarity, and extreme thanks for the Clone High reference in this episode 🙂

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