Operation 2 – Bolt from the Blue

With Keva tied up in paperwork and Reaching Through the Night off at a scouting professional development symposium, Ollie and Jo-Jo find themselves caught up in a recon mission for Stylish Fountain, a representative of Concord Lagoon. Her task for them is to escort former Surface Liberation Front mechanic Empy Four to the experimental new power station at the edge of the Lightning Groves to find out why the facility has gone dark, and why the Wave can’t seem to touch it. Empy hopes that he will be able to bring it back online, but this “dead zone” surrounding the facility seems to be more serious than anyone expected.

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Opening theme:
Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
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Ending theme: 
Where is Life? by Arp/Whycalibur

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Operation 1.3 – Downtime

The Myriad reflect on their last mission and deal with the day-to-day life and crises of Medleystead. The players discuss what we’d like to do next time. 

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Follow Michael Blood (they/them) on Twitter @GoodSirBlood. They play Reaching Through the Night (he/him), the Kestrel, a starfish in a mech suit from the Centauran fleet. 

Follow Velvet (fae/faer) on Twitter @OGBrownSugar. Fae plays Jhoan “Jo-Jo” Jows (they/them), the Aegis, a shork from the distant dimension of Nazoth.

Follow Keekers (she/her) on Twitter @BeASpaceCat. She plays Keva Zharma (she/her), the Beacon, one of the legendary Sunbreakers who freed Hablon from the grip of the Solar Free State. 

Follow Trudy (they/them) on Twitter @Good_Damage.  They play Ollie Oxenfree (they/them), the Scrapper, a gene-hacked possum person with an insatiable curiosity and boundless energy. 

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Opening theme:
Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
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License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Ending theme: 
Where is Life? by Arp/Whycalibur

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Operation 1.2 – But That Train Keeps A Rolling

The Myriad make their way through the demon train, encountering challenges both mundane and bizarre. Along the way, they meet the elemental Burny, a group of Misfit School researchers led by Cecilia Morse (she/her), and the demon Quint’zee. Will they be able to put the brakes on this train before its crossings crash reality itself? 

Get Songs for the Dusk by Kavita Poduri and Quinn Floredo Vega here.

Follow Michael Blood (they/them) on Twitter @GoodSirBlood. They play Reaching Through the Night (he/him), the Kestrel, a starfish in a mech suit from the Centauran fleet. 

Follow Velvet (fae/faer) on Twitter @OGBrownSugar. Fae plays Jhoan “Jo-Jo” Jows (they/them), the Aegis, a shork from the distant dimension of Nazoth.

Follow Keekers (she/her) on Twitter @BeASpaceCat. She plays Keva Zharma (she/her), the Beacon, one of the legendary Sunbreakers who freed Hablon from the grip of the Solar Free State. 

Follow Trudy (they/them) on Twitter @Good_Damage.  They play Ollie Oxenfree (they/them), the Scrapper, a gene-hacked possum person with an insatiable curiosity and boundless energy. 

Follow our Friendly Guide Arp (he/they) on Twitter @Whycalibur, or follow the show @BrokenSunRPG. Check out our website at https://brokensunrpg.com, and join our discord at bit.ly/brokensundiscord

I want to acknowledge that this podcast is produced on the unceded territory of the Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Stó:lō, Kwantlen, Stz’uminus, and Musqueam people, and the treaty land of the Tsawwassen First Nation.

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Opening theme:
Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5050-wholesome
License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Ending theme: 
Where is Life? by Arp/Whycalibur

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Operation 1.1 – But That Train Keeps A Rolling

The Misfit School for Interdimensional Travel is not supposed to conduct research without oversight from Concord Lagoon. Everyone agreed to this restriction after their thoughtless pursuit of power led to the Pop and traded parts of the Pox’d Cauldron for parts of other dimensions, displacing hundreds of citizens to unknown fates.

Unfortunately, the thirst for knowledge is not so easily ignored, and Tirzo Pallakeen and his team of underground engineers traded favours and technology to the morally flexible Free Realms Commission in order to construct a train that can traverse dimensions.

As tends to happen with technology created without considering ethics, that train has run away and is gradually destroying the fabric of reality. Now it’s the Myriad’s problem– and if they can’t handle it, it could be everyone’s problem.

Get Songs for the Dusk by Kavita Poduri and Quinn Floredo Vega here.

Follow Michael Blood (they/them) on Twitter @GoodSirBlood. They play Reaching Through the Night (he/him), the Kestrel, a starfish in a mech suit from the Centauran fleet. 

Follow Velvet (fae/faer) on Twitter @OGBrownSugar. Fae plays Jhoan “Jo-Jo” Jows (they/them), the Aegis, a shork from the distant dimension of Nazoth.

Follow Keekers (she/her) on Twitter @BeASpaceCat. She plays Keva Zharma (she/her), the Beacon, one of the legendary Sunbreakers who freed Hablon from the grip of the Solar Free State. 

Follow Trudy (they/them) on Twitter @Good_Damage.  They play Ollie Oxenfree (they/them), the Scrapper, a gene-hacked possum person with an insatiable curiosity and boundless energy. 

Follow our Friendly Guide Arp (he/they) on Twitter @Whycalibur, or follow the show @BrokenSunRPG. Check out our website at https://brokensunrpg.com, and join our discord at bit.ly/brokensundiscord

I want to acknowledge that this podcast is produced on the unceded territory of the Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Stó:lō, Kwantlen, Stz’uminus, and Musqueam people, and the treaty land of the Tsawwassen First Nation.

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Opening theme:
Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5050-wholesome
License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Ending theme: 
Where is Life? by Arp/Whycalibur

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Stewards of a Broken Sun: Session Zero

We introduce our characters and community for season 3, Stewards of a Broken Sun. This season, we will be playing Songs for the Dusk by Kavita Poduri and Quinn Floredo Vega. 

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Opening theme:
Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5050-wholesome
License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Ending theme: 
Where is Life? by Arp/Whycalibur

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Season 1 and 2 Post-Mortem

We talk about the last three years of the show together, going over the highs and lows, the genesis of various ideas, and more. Plus, questions from the audience! 

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Offseason 2 – Monster Care Squad – Capyburrowl

As the young city struggles to adapt to life inside the cosmic inflorescence known only as The Emergency, one of the resident monsters– the calming Capyburrowl– has grown ill from mysterious causes. Under the guidance of Seeker Cavalo, the Monster Care Squad must investigate this illness and find a cure before the normally helpful creature plunges the city into anger and violence. 

These are the stories of the Monster Care Squad.

Monster Care Squad is a game under production by @SandyPugGames.

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Izah is played by Velvet (fae/faer). You can find faer on Twitter @OGBrownSugar.

Purrl is played by Keekers (she/her). You can find her on Twitter @BeASpaceCat.

Bentley is played by Michael Blood (they/them). You can find them on Twitter @GoodSirBlood.

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Intro and outro music is Dirac from https://fimstro.com/music

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Offseason 2 – i’m sorry did you say street magic, part 2

Part 2/2. The people of HabLON have been through a lot, but they have never given up. Even with the Emergency on its way, life must go on. Where the HabLON, Centauran, Andromedan, and Hygiean representatives meet to administer the Heliodor Accord in the wake of the Sun’s defeat, a new city begins to grow. 

You do not need to have listened to any prior episodes to get on this centipede bus. Hop on and enjoy the ride.

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Velvet (fae/faer) is @OGBrownSugar.

Keekers (she/her) is @BeASpaceCat.

Michael Blood (they/them) is @GoodSirBlood.

Trudy (they/them) is an excellent person.

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Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
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Stay The Course by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5048-stay-the-course
License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

 
 
Posted by whycalibur in Episodes, Season 2

Offseason 2 – i’m sorry did you say street magic, part 1

The people of HabLON have been through a lot, but they have never given up. Even with the Emergency on its way, life must go on. Where the HabLON, Centauran, Andromedan, and Hygiean representatives meet to administer the Heliodor Accord in the wake of the Sun’s defeat, a new city begins to grow. 

You do not need to have listened to any prior episodes to get on this centipede bus. Hop on and enjoy the ride.

Black lives matter. Please donate to bail funds and Black people. You can find these easily on Twitter these days– check our feed for some examples. Learn and donate: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/

Velvet (fae/faer) is @OGBrownSugar.

Keekers (she/her) is @BeASpaceCat.

Michael Blood (they/them) is @GoodSirBlood.

Trudy (they/them) is an excellent person.

Matt or Arp (he/they) is @Whycalibur.

Follow the show @BrokenSunRPG. Visit our website at brokensunrpg.com.

 

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Wholesome by Kevin MacLeod
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Stay The Course by Kevin MacLeod
Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5048-stay-the-course
License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

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Final Mission Report 15.2 – Sunset, Finale

It all comes down to this final confrontation. The Sunbreakers, champions of HabLON, take the fight to the Logistarch’s gates with the hopes of their dwindling people riding on their shoulders. That alone would be difficult enough… but more threats lurk in the darkness. 

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Medb Sentus is played by Velvet (fae/faer). You can find faer on Twitter @OGBrownSugar.

Keva Zharma is played by Keekers (she/her). You can find her on Twitter @BeASpaceCat.

Emren Pak is played by Michael Blood (they/them). You can find them on Twitter @GoodSirBlood.

Zora Zhackson is played by Trudy (they/them). 

I’m your friendly guide, Matt (he/they). You can find me on Twitter @Whycalibur, or follow the show @BrokenSunRPG. All music in this episode is also by me.

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