En route to Vrymm, the crew grows increasingly concerned about Mort’s well-being.
We cannot know. We cannot confront the cold logic of the situation because it is locked away from our sight. All of our perception is viewed through this lens, and thus it is impossible to trust any reasoning either of us might generate.
The Brute Force are in full Party Mode on Grady Universe’s houseboat, en route the Vrymm to hopefully reconnect with Jasper, Yanov, and Rufus.
As the Brute Force emerges from Leland’s tomb, they find the city of Copperwatch taking to the streets in anger and confusion about the sudden absence of magic.
This could be, perhaps, quite fortunate for humanity. Or perhaps it is a parallel evil. Or folly. SAYER is voiced, written, and produced by Adam Bash. Intro and outro music composed by Jesse “Main Finger” Gregory. This episode also features the following music: Tumult (Kai Engel) / CC BY 4.0 Cold War Echo (Kai Engel) / …
Unfortunately, your transfer request to Typhon must be denied under current conditions. Shuttle service to Typhon is severely restricted, for reasons that will be made apparent to you soon. But this does not mean you cannot help to change these conditions. In fact, you may be ideally suited to do so.
If your breathing changes pace, they will know. If your heart rate accelerates, they will know. If your body temperature changes, they will know. So do try to stay calm.
As one tale reaches its fitting end, another is just beginning as Cammy is forced to confront her family, her faith, and a big bowl of Granny’s gumbo.
Ærolith Dynamics values your autonomy, so you will be able to either choose to accept this work order that will help further the advancement of all sentient life, or decline due to cowardice or some deep seated malice felt towards Ærolith or your fellow man.
The heroes, scattered across the globe, are ready to complete their plan to bring the gods back to Eorith. It is a time of great loss and unimaginable victory.