The Adventures of Young & Holt – Issue 28

In this issue, Joshua Young moves closer to Reddington, while Porter Holt sits down and deals himself in to history, as Wild Bill’s friends gather in his memory.

The cards are dealt, so let’s see where they’re at…

Music for this issue:
Intro Music – Eagle Stone Collective “Sighting at Bigtooth Ridge”
Eagle Stone Collective – “Bullsnake Run
Eagle Stone Collective – John Newton’s Conversion

Sound FX from Plate Mail Games

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The Advenures of Young & Holt – Issue 27

In this issue, Young & Holt start to plan what to do about Reddington. That is, assuming Porter doesn’t get too distracted by seeing where Wild Bill was shot, and learning more than he may want to.

So back to Deadwood and seeing where they’re at…

Music for this issue:
Intro Music – Eagle Stone Collective “Sighting at Bigtooth Ridge”
Marcus Eads – “Minnesota Waltz
Eagle Stone Collective – “Medley Untitled 02”

Sound FX from Plate Mail Games

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The Adventures of Young & Holt – Issue 26

In this issue, Young, Holt, and Regina get settled in Deadwood, and begin to learn what’s going on in the town, as well as what’s going on with themselves.

One note. The map referenced in this issue can be found on the issue entry on our website. Oh, and our Intrepid Marshal asks you to forgive his Latin.

So let’s see where they’re at…

Music for this issue:
Intro Music – Eagle Stone Collective “Sighting at Bigtooth Ridge”
Marcus Eads – “Old Molly Hare”
Eagle Stone Collective – “Medley Untitled”
Gunslinger Andy – “Porter & Regina’s Love Theme”

Sound FX from Plate Mail Games

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The map referenced is courtesy Pinnacle Entertainment Group.

The Adventures of Young & Holt – Issue 25

In this issue, Young & Holt, along with Regina the Red are arriving in the boomtown of Deadwood, on the trail of Samuel Reddington.

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The image below is the map referenced in this issue. This map is property of Pinnacle Entertainment

Music for this issue:
Intro Music – Eagle Stone Collective “Sighting at Bigtooth Ridge”
Marcus Eads – “Camp Meeting on the Fourth of July”
Marcus Eads – “Old Molly Hare”
Marcus Eads – “Ashokan Farewell”
Benedict Edwards – “Phoenix, AZ”
Gunslinger Andy – “Porter & Regina’s Love Theme”

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The Adventures of Young & Holt – Issue 24

In this issue, Young & Holt, along with the now rescued Regina the Red are high-tailing it out of Fargo, courtesy of the Iron Dragon line headed straight toward Deadwood, which coincidentally is where our posse needs to be.

But this may not be a leisurely ride.

No time to waste, so let’s see where they’re at…

Music for this issue:

Banjo Basic Man – Lobo Loco
Intro Music – Eagle Stone Collective “Sighting at Bigtooth Ridge”
Eagle Stone Collective – “Battle Brook Canoe Route”
Eagle Stone Collective – “Boreal Forest”
Eagle Stone Collective – “John Newton’s Conversation”
Eagle Stone Collective – “Bullsnake Run”
Gunslinger Andy – “Porter & Regina’s Love Theme”

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The Adventures of Young & Holt – The Tale So Far

If you’ve come here interested in hearing all the tales of Young & Holt, but aren’t rightly inclined to go through all the previous issues, then you are at the right place, pardner.

The issue here will catch you right up on things, and it only takes a hair over ten minutes.

Intro Music provided by Zitron Sound

Other music by Lobo Loco and the Eagle Stone Collective.