Episode 125: The Ever-Dreaming Verdict Of Plagues (Part 1) by Jason Sanford

In a sequel to his story “Plague Birds” that appeared on the Dunesteef on episode 92, Jason Sanford tells the story of Plague Bird Christina de Ane’s further adventures in the future earth that has been driven toward the brink of insanity by gene manipulation. She arrives in a new village, where the Alderman’s son has been brutally murdered, and is duty bound to dispense justice. But something just doesn’t seem right…outtakes

Also, Big and Rish talk about how much better The Dark Knight is than its predecessor Batman Begins. They also talk about how much better Star Trek: The Wrath Of Khan is than its predecessor Star Trek: The Motion Picture. And that’s before the story even begins. You’d think we were in for a long show, but surprisingly, they reign it in after the story ends. You may not be searching for a way to deafen yourself by the end of the show after all.

Special thanks to Bryan Lincoln for producing today’s story, to L. “Scribe” Harris, Veronica Belmont, Paul Kuhr, James David Jackson, and Bryan Lincoln for lending their voices to today’s episode, and to Melissa Hills and Atom Jarvis for today’s episode art.

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Related Links:
Jason Sanford’s Site
Jason Sanford’s Never Never Stories E-Book
Jason Sanford’s Never Never Stories Print Book
Episode 92: Plague Birds by Jason Sanford
Bryan Lincoln’s Fullcast Podcast
L. “Scribe” Harris’s Pendragon Variety Podcast
Veronica Belmont’s Site
Paul Kuhr’s Band, Novembers Doom
James David Jackson’s Site
Music was Time, Spirits, and Eternity by Marc Teichert, and The End, and Titan by Epic Soul Factory.
Some sound effects were provided by freesound.org. Other sound effects created by Bryan Lincoln.
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