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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3 comments on Episode Ninety Nine

  1. M says:

    I really dont know why Lightsaber is a Brawn skill. I mean it’s not like you have to hit things hard.

    1. A says:

      I think they first based it off regular melee combat, which could have been all skill full and the like but was still based off brawn. However post the release of F&D players could buy specific specs that switched it up to be any of the 6

  2. Dave says:

    I’m relatively new to this, picking you guys up at the beginning of this year, no other podcast had ever caught my interest like this one did, you guys gave me a myriad of laughs and gasps, and you kept me entertained through some long plane trips and bus rides.

    Now that I’ve finally caught up, I just wanted to leave a short thank you to Kat and the cast of both the regular and Evil Campaign for being both the show that ignited my interest in Star Wars, and the podcast that taught me some invaluable GM’ing and storytelling skills.

    While I’m sad to see the story of the Mynoch come to a close, I’m heartened by the fact that I’ll see more from you guys in whatever format you choose to follow

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