Archive for December 2017

Mayor Cavre is hiding the mail, and West Patrol commits themselves to getting it back and delivering it all personally. They find out a lot more about Woodstuff's Grove than they wanted, and make a new enemy along the way...

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There was a bit more conversation after the end of the episode that I wanted to save, but the end point we used just worked so well I couldn't leave it in the episode. So now you can listen to it separately, as an outtake.

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Alternate episode title: A Day of Revelations

Our heroes have a lot to learn.

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After their trouble with bandits, East Patrol is feeling gloomy. But so is the weather, and they need to keep up the pace if they want to get anywhere before a sudden summer storm hits. Round up the wagons, because this one's coming down hard!

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This episode had a LOT of downtime and problems, that had to be cut out. The raw audio for the episode was over 2 hours! But there was some good jokes that were removed, so I saved the longer bits I cut out into Tabletalk. Here you can listen to all the things we half-did and didn't finish or follow up on, or the parts where everyone else was waiting around while Joey or Ikks had to step out for a bit so we talked about Yo! Noid and crime.

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A week after the terrible incident with Aurorealis, the fellowship finds themselves taking alternative transportation. At the train station, they discover they've all earned wanted posters, so they must wear disguises. Absolutely nothing silly happens in this episode, our show is extremely serious.

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Trigger warning: Arachnophobia. There's a lot of talk of spiders in this episode and the next West Patrol episode.
 
West Patrol's mail route takes them to Woodstuff's Grove, deep in the swampy borderlands. The spider farms found here provide silk for all the Territories, and the man in charge, Mayor Cavre, gives our heroes a warm welcome. Or at least, he does once he finds out they have nothing to do with that terrible arsonist, Marx...