Episode 26The Mynock crew talks to some band.


Thank you to special guest Becki Schneider!

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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.

8 comments on Episode Twenty Six

  1. Rapido says:

    Oh man… can’t wait for the next episode. You guys never disappoint!

  2. JustPlainJim says:

    Wow, what’s gotten into JPC? Trist has been really serious (for him) these past few episodes. I will admit, it’s a bit refreshing and you guys are doing a wonderful balance of serious and silly.

    Can’t wait to see what happens next!

    You guys have inspired me to run Edge of the Empire for my crew. I’m having to break them from their super-serious streak, but they’re getting there.

    Keep up the amazing work! … Now I just have to anxiously await seven more days for my next Campaign fix…

    1. emmori says:

      When Obligation drops, it drops HARD.

  3. Gecq says:

    Great episode. Great play between the characters. Especially the last dialogue was grand cinema. I enjoy the new character, too. Getting the cast more balanced between men women is a good idea. I hope Becki will stick around!

  4. AlcopopStar says:

    Really great! enjoying the more serious shift in tone, though I couldn’t stop laughing at “lick em and stick em”.

  5. Austronaut says:

    Listening to this podcast makes me want to shake my EoTE players for their lack of creativity. Or take an improv class. Or both!

  6. Manspider says:

    I just found this podcast a few weeks ago and I LOVE it, but if the cyborg bass player who talks by repeating what other people say is a reference to Steven Universe and Lapis Lazuli, you’ve combined my two absolute favorite things and that is incredible.

  7. Andrew says:

    I’m sure this has been said before, but Kat’s Isabela voice by way of Zara is uncannily good

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