Wednesday, October 5, 2016

[Esoteric Order Duets] Neon Masquerade (Classic World of Darkness) - Episode Thirteen: My War

The intensity continues to ramp up in this, the penultimate session of the Chronicle. Butcher's bills come due--can Aaron pay up?



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6 comments:

  1. Sad to see this campaign wrapping up. I get excited to listen to it evertime I see it on my pod catcher.

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    1. Thanks for listening to it :) I hope you like the last episode of this chronicle!

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  2. All your Kansan vegan listeners for whom Karen/Aaron is the monogamous OTP are very angry with you :)

    (But, seriously, Kaaron is an OK ship, but it's no Blains/Ellen.)

    Baron of West Los Angeles! Somehow, Aaron has never struck me as the sinister mover-and-shaker-of-the-Kindred-world type. He's too nice, for one thing. But I suppose he can always rely on someone Dominating him into doing the Machiavellian thing.

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    1. Blains and Ellen! Wow...I had forgotten about them until you mentioned them here! They were pretty great :)

      Kaaron is a goofy combo plate of instinct, sex, and delusions. I love it :D They're eerily adorable.

      I can't wait to hear what you think of the very last episode of this chronicle.

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  3. Phew, finally caught up! It's been a wild roller coaster ride since my last post on these.

    I was reading a game with vikings in it recently and it struck me that, if the History Channel had been around in the 10h century, there totally would have been a Pawn Stars/American Pickers type show following some Norsemen on their raids about the North Sea. Now, I often find myself thinking of RPGs in the context of how they would be on television.

    Therefore, I've decided to start thinking about the wild delusions of Mr. Evans as ough they were true, and the subject of a tell-all documentary on him as a future star. Just imagine, I don't know, Regis Philbin going around interviewing all the members of this crazy cast of characters and narrating over a bunch of still images. "In March (?) of 1990, suddenly everything in Aaron's life turned upside-down," he says, as a picture of Dawn's burned-out apartment building is shown on screen.

    Anyway, I hope nothing too bad happens to Louis. It seems like he's the only person who really understands the troubled state of Aaron's mind and is willing to send the police to help him. "He thinks he's from Kansas," he tells the officers, "but that's just the name of my clinic. He doesn't know anything about what it's actually like there."

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    1. I missed your interpretations of Aaron's unlife, Max! ;)

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