An editor's note! About Things! So many things.
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Topics of today's Editor's Note:
Don't forget, the deadline for getting your Cosmic Contest entries in is Wednesday, December 6th!
A creepy podcast about a creepy fellow, indeed!
Run Time: 1:04:32
"We make things up and then are surprised when you like them."
We start off with the first appearance of Biomancer in Sentinel Comics, and then get into the deeper truth behind who Biomancer really was. The truth is out there! And it's in this episode, too.
We cover Biomancer's overview in under fifteen minutes. It's your questions (starting about 14 minutes in) that bring out all the really interesting stuff. This episode is on the shorter side, but that makes sense, given how little time Biomancer spends in the spotlight.
Right after the 32 minute mark, we get into a MAJOR story reveal. One of the things we've been sitting on forever. You'll know what episode to ask your follow-up questions in when you hear what we're talking about.
Around 43 minutes in, we get a question that leads into a Tachyon story that we greatly enjoy. Time for another "Christopher and Adam talk through a comic book page by page" type story!
Then, around the 50 minute mark, we talk about the crossover with the Widow's Walk expansion to the game Betrayal at House on the Hill. Some creepiness ensues.
And then weird stuff happens at the end of the episode! I don't remember any of this.
Editor's Note in two days! If you have a burning desire to ask questions, ask them about Captain Cosmic and/or Infinitor!
An episode on the vital essence of most living things in Sentinel Comics!
Run Time: 1:25:30
(A quick note on run times - I've been asked to stop listing the minutes in just minutes for episodes that take over an hour, thus the new format! Just to be entirely clear, the first number is the number of hours, the central number is number of minutes beyond that hour, and the last number is the number of seconds beyond those minutes.)
The overview portion of today's episode covers a lot of topics!
Right off the bat, we recommend you check out the Deadline/Lifeline episode, as it has some Blood Magic hints.
Then, we get into the Blood Countess and the Court of Blood.
After that, we talk about Bugbear, who we previously introduced in the NightMist episode and further explored with the Naturalist episode - both also recommended listening.
Then, you might think we'd get into Hermetic, but first we have to go down a weird rabbit trail first about time and then about spices and flavoring. Oh, and then alchemy.
After all that nonsense, it's Hermetic time! And what a time it is...
Finally, about at the 23 minute mark, we get into your questions. That's right - the vast bulk of this episode are the questions you fine folks asked about blood. You're welcome.
56 minutes in, we're asked to tell the story of Lifeline in the Court of Blood. So we do!
At the one hour and eleven minute marl, we're asked about werewolves... and we deliver!
8 minutes later, we talk about future stuff.
Thanks for listening!
This is our very first settings episode, in which we talk about environments and locations from the world of Sentinel Comics!
Run Time: 113:16
In today's episode, we cover Urban Settings such as:
We start off by doing a quick rundown of each of these locations, and then we get into your questions! The Q&A portion of the episode begins about seven minutes into the episode.
In the Megalopolis section, we answer a couple questions about banners seen in that fair city in the Sentinels of the Multiverse video game backgrounds. In answering the second of these questions right after the 32 minute mark, we reveal the truth about just what Funny Bunny means. Behold!
Then we go on for well over half an hour about a bit more Megalopolis stuff, and then on to Rook City questions.
Around the 72 minute mark, we move on to San Alonso, the Maerynian Refuge, and finally Mordengrad!
Thanks for all the great questions!
Of all the villains we've talked about so far, this one is possibly the most evil.
Run Time: 113:40
To reiterate what we mention in content warning at the very start of the episode, you might not want to listen to this episode with your kids. Or, at least, pre-screen this episode for content. Spite's pretty awful.
In this episode, we reference both The Wraith's episode and GloomWeaver's episode. They're both pretty important to what's going on here, so you should probably check them out, if you haven't already.
We start the question segment just after half an hour into the episode, but we spend the first couple minutes just talking about Spite before actually reading any of your questions. Yeah, that sounds like us.
A bit after 45 minutes in, we talk about a misleading quote on a card and how the flavor text actually comes from a much earlier comic than the art depicted on a card, and why we did that thing. Not an error! But it sure looks like one.
A couple minutes after the hour mark, Christopher reads the longest letter we've ever received. No, that is not a challenge. Don't try to beat this letter. Please. We almost canned this letter just based on length.
Send us your questions about environments!