Let's talk about NINE villains! Nine times the goodness!
Run Time: 72:47
There's a lot of rambling nonsense and nonsensical rambling in this episode, but there's also a lot of good story!
Just before the ten minute mark, Adam divulges his scale of animal evilness, from most evil to least evil. So, that's probably a useful thing for all of you out there in internet land.
Then, a bit after the fifteen minute mark, The Ennead start taking over Egypt, and we talk for the next 5-10 minutes about how locked down that whole situation was.
Right after the 26 minute mark, we tell a few but very minor story about Set after The Ennead event. I'm calling it out here because I really like the story. It's not an important story, but it's fun.
Just how many times do we say "reservoir" in this episode?
Right before 34 minutes in, we do a "and then they all died" bit THAT IS TOTALLY TRUE. They all died. Period.
The next thing we do is answer a question - our first question of the episode - in which we reveal a retcon that happened within the pages of Sentinel Comics.
SPOILERS! Starting at the 60:50 mark through 68:25, we talk about spoilers for the Sentinel Tactics timeline, so if you want to wait until it's released to play through the story content yourself, skip this spoilers segment.
Thanks for listening, everyone! Thursday is the longest interlude ever! Talk to you then!
Is Ra the true Egyptian God of the Sun, or just a madman with the power of fire? Or, is he something else entirely?
Run Time: 106:57
We start with a quick overview of who Ra is, and then start breaking down his long and somewhat convoluted story. Let's dig right in.
In the first ten minutes of the show, we reveal Ra as a villain (of sorts) and then kill him off (sort of), and not at all as a joke! And it's not even the most exciting ten minutes of the show!
Starting just before the seventeen minute mark, Adam attempts to name all nine of The Ennead. He does... OK. More on those folks next week!
Around 28 minute in, we start getting into just HOW all of this Egyptian mythology stuff has been translated into modern Sentinel Comics.
Lots of great questions in today's episode, with a ton of story stuff covered entirely in the Q&A segment.
At 55 minutes, we get a question that sparks a REALLY long answer with a ton of story. Enjoy!
Wow, this is a long episode. Whew!
Lots of big reveals in the future section. We talk about the future of a minor side character from the card game timeline and what happens to them in the Tactics timeline. And then! In the RPG timeline section, we go into SPOILERS! Skip from 96:55 to 103:55 if you want to avoid major story spoilers for the RPG.
In a couple days, we're recording the episode about The Ennead AND the interlude about Nemeses! Get your questions in now!
An episode about a slavering rat beast!
Run Time: 76:10
Just a warning: we rehash some old jokes this show. We're out of material, folks. You heard it here! We're already washed up.
But there are also some actual reveals in this episode! Like Plague Rat's real human name from before he was fully rattened!
This is an episode of cautionary tales and important life lessons. Brush your teeth. Don't play in the sewers. Don't do drugs. Or crime. Stay in school, kids.
We go from drug dealer, to rat beast, to infectious rat beast, to captured rat beast... look, a lot happens with Plague Rat, actually. You'll just have to listen to the episode!
And we have a decently long Q&A segment today! Lots of fun stuff there. Good questions. Strange answers. And even a few twists!
And we wrap up with a glimmer of hope for the future.
Next week is Ra!
Today is an American holiday, so we're going to talk about an All-American hero!
Run Time: 83:50
Look forward to all manner of voices from Adam in today's episode!
About 10 minutes in, we introduce the robot named CON. And yes, we will explain CON in this episode. It's about time!
At the 20-minute mark, Adam refers to human flesh as, "Delicious, delicious flesh." We just want to mention right now: we do not support or advocate cannibalism. Adam does not consume human flesh and he does not think of it is actually delicious. That line about delicious flesh was from Plague Rat's point of view.
Right after that, we explain how time travel works. So, that's cool.
Around the 47-minute mark, we say that Chrono-Ranger mostly acts in the main canon timeline just after saying that he act in a bunch of different timelines. Turns out, both are true. In the bulk of Sentinel Comics, he's doing stuff in the primary timeline, but in his occasional solo limited series, he shows up in and alters many different timelines.
In the future section, we actually reveal a decent amount of story, both from the Tactics timeline and the RPG timeline. A lot happens to Jim Brooks in both futures, including two different name changes.
Thanks for listening! Get your Plague Rat questions in now!