Darcy Ross leads James D'Amato, Kat Kuhl, and Alan Linic into the actuality with an actual play of Monte Cook Games' Invisible Sun.
In the city of Satyrine, there is cab driven by a woman with hollow eyes. She can take you where you need to go, but she always takes what you can afford to pay.
Episode Five: Homesick
Calvin does a little snoopin' and is promptly karmically rewarded.
Episode: 4 Library Heist
Our group of friends need to get some information, so naturally, they go to a library. Of course, they summon a demon to help get them in.
Episode 3: Friends, Old, New, and Eternal
Wayne and Kitty meet again for the first time in a very long while. in their excitement to reconnect they also examine their loose connections to Calvin, an excitable weaver fresh from shadow.
Episode 2: The Hart Breaker's Ball
Dashing through a sound hole Calvin runs into Kitty Hart, a fast-talking gal made of glass. She's anything but fragile though. Ever "helpful" Calvin decides to accompany her to a ball full of potentially dangerous beings.
Episode 1b: Wayne Follows the Dream
Wayne goes to the library to look for a path to the Blue Sun, hoping that will help him unravel the dreams which plague him.
Music and editing by Will Lovendahl
Episode 1: Calvin Escapes Shadow
Calvin Weaver has lived a difficult life. He struggles with debt, depression, and the lingering anxiety that he should be doing more. He is about to discover that all of his suffering was an illusion, and the truth is far more complicated.
Editing and Music by Will Lovendahl
I want more!!!
This was a short but entertaining podcast. I’m not sure what happened, but I sure wish they would do more.
I was looking for a playthrough of a game using out there mechanics
Got what I wanted outta this 😁😂
A Beautiful Game with Beautiful People
This game has some of the greatest imaginative moments in not just characters, but scenery, and the mechanics are so engaging to me. I have loved James and Kat in their other games, like Oneshot and Campaign, but this is like seeing some of your favorite comedy actors showing off some serious dramatic chops in an hardlined drama indie film. It gives new appreciation while highlighting what you already loved.