PHINDAR

In which theories are tested.

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About the Author
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.

8 comments on Episode Sixty Seven

  1. Kyle Reis says:

    Great show, so much Drama. I love Leenik, going down a darker path. Also JPC you me laugh so much this episode. All in all a great episode for everyone involved. I look forward to you guys every week.

  2. Solicitor 6 says:

    Episode 67: Edge of the seat

    Dear Mynock from Episode 67: Head exploded

    1. Kat Kuhl says:

      That’s what I was worried about. So sorry to let you down.

      1. Solicitor 6 says:

        Kat, you are mistaken, I did not mean that my head exploded like a bad thing. I was laughing hysterically during the letter.

        The entirety of the episode I think perfectly represented Campaign: there was some wonderful moments of comedy mixed with great action and an outstanding cliffhanger (which you have become very good at). Then you topped it off with going into theater of the absurd with the Dear Mynock letter that only you can pull off.

        Great job. Of course now, I want to hear a letter addressed to the wives of the crew 10 years in the future. 🙂

  3. Kyber Krazy says:

    Waiting for Kat to once again cry “LOOK! WE”RE PLAYING THE GAME!”

  4. D_W says:

    Man… Gosh! Great ending and best Dear Mynock so far!

  5. Amanda Lunder says:

    Such a great episode and Dear Mynock Letter. Can’t wait for the letters and fanart that this will produce.

  6. Chris Walas, who created the Gremlins, also designed Raiders of the Lost Ark’s face-melting effect. Yes Steven Spielberg effect is easier to convey the idea.

    Chris Walas is cool though.

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