In this issue, Young & Holt do indeed find out what, or who is behind the door there were so determined to open in the back of the church. This, of course after finding the entire town of Marshal to be filled with dead folk.
The end track, ‘Reverie‘ on this episode is courtesy of Ross Budgen Music.
Also, I apologize once again for the noise reduction process in regards to the furnace blowing in the background. The weekend we recorded this, it was particularly cold, but I believe we have finally reached the end of this issue. No one is more irritated about this, than me.
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In this issue, Young & Holt make their way to Fargo, but first take a stop in the sleepy town of Marshall, where the people might be taking extended naps. Speaking of sleep, the boys don’t have the best of dreams along the way.
In this issue, Young & Holt, fresh from getting’ all cleaned up, sit down with Derek Ingersoll, and decide to gamble on their future exploits. After that, it’s time to gear up, and leave the town of Worthington.
In this issue, Young & Holt return to Worthington, settle some affairs, and take a well-deserved rest, and a much-needed bath. But before we begin, I want to break the fourth wall for a moment. In this issues, our players begin using two different products. One is the Savage Worlds Adventure Decks from Pinnacle. The other are the GameMastery Plot Twist cards from Paizo. Now that all those details are complete, let’s see where Young and Holt are at…
Some sound effects in this issue provided by Plate Mail Games. Give ’em a gander!
Some music provided by HDK. They have some fine RPG-inspired music and are worth your greenbacks
And of course, here’s where you can find the Crowe Brothers here.
In this issue, Young and Holt decide to journey back to the mounds of the giants, for just “one more look.” After that, they decide what they want to do about Mr. Ingersoll and Worthington. But before we begin, I want to call your attention to something rather keen. If you enjoy Deadlands, and want a little more, might I suggest you take a cotton to Sounds Like Crowes. Over there, you can listen to the exploits the Crowe brothers find themselves in.