A city beset on all sides.
In this issue, our heroes continue their journey to “find the giants.” But first, they have to deal with a couple of issues on the trail. From there, they come upon a homestead where something doesn’t seem quite right. And of course, there’s a bit of nasty weather to boot.
If you’d like to take a look at the article from the Worthington Advance that our heroes received, you can click here.
Seeking a cure within a city at war.
In this issue, our heroes find themselves in Worthington, Minnesota, not long off the train. In a case that could best be described as mistaken identity, our heroes find themselves swept up in the mission thrust upon them by a one Mister Derek Ingersol. But before they do that, they’ll need to get cleaned up and come into a bit more money. Oh, and of course, find a guide to wherever it is they might be going. Once they hit the trail, however, things take a turn for… well, let’s leave that for the right time.
The lovely saloon music you hear in this episode is courtesy of Kevin MacLeod. You can listen to the entire track here.
Who shall claim the rightful heir to evil?
Welcome back, pardner. In this issue, our heroes take their leave of the city of Albert Lea, via the 3:10 to Worthington. Of course, they can’t leave before possibly getting in a bit of trouble.
And of course, then there’s the train ride itself.
If you’re interested in the playing cards our Beloved Marshall goes on about, you can find them here.
Hallowed waters are defiled by the death of a good man.
Once Upon A Time in the Weird West.
Where we learn about our heroes, Porter Holt and Joshua Young.
A quick note about this AP. The meeting schedule of this group is a bit irregular. Right now, there is enough content for 4-5 more episodes, released weekly. I’ll be sure to keep you updated when new episodes arrive. Please expect things to be a bit wonky over the holidays.
The first of days among the monsters of the west.
Every side of a bargain.