The Good Guy Squad returns as Carol, Jeff and Talulah win an essay contest promoting Jasper Spitwhistle’s newest book: Hearts of Inferno. The grand prize? An all-inclusive cruise to a tropical island featured in the book alongside the author himself. But not everything is what it seems!
As Mort and Cammy struggle to come to terms with the newest additions to Eorith’s pantheon, the crew learns there might be more to the unrest in Vrymm than it seems.
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In a very special episode of Brute Force: bonds are tested, heroes are born (metaphorically), and a not insignificant amount of stage props enter the fray.
In a tower with gravity flipped, one member of the Brute Force mysteriously vanishes while the rest find a one-time ally.
The Brute Force makes a lot of bold declarations, and surely that goes well for them.
The gang tries to find the connection that can get them into the palace, and Mort collects on an order long past due.
With Hollis back, the Brute Force searches for answers in Vrymm: their home away from home away from home. They don’t know the whereabouts of Yanov, Jasper, or Moon Kevin, and the wanted posters with red X’s over their faces are providing less reassurance than you’d think.
Mort’s vanished, Hollis is trying to follow him, and Vrymm proves less welcoming than expected to the remainder of the Brute Force.
The Brute Force is nearing Vrymm, but an entire armada is closing in on them. What’s there to do but a little light kidnapping and mild piracy?