Episode 126: The Ever-Dreaming Verdict Of Plagues (Part 2) by Jason Sanford

An AI has turned rogue, and will stop at nothing to achieve its goal, including murdering a child or even a Plague Bird! Find out what happens next in the thrilling conclusion…
Also Big and Rish forget what time of year it is, and rather talk green beer and leprechauns, they spend the episode giving thanks.

Speaking of thanks. 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 Gino Moretto 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
Gino Moretto’s Art Blog
Music was Time, Spirits, and Eternity by Marc Teichert, and The Bladed Druid by Arnaud Condé.
Some sound effects were provided by freesound.org. Other sound effects created by Bryan Lincoln.
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6 Responses to “Episode 126: The Ever-Dreaming Verdict Of Plagues (Part 2) by Jason Sanford”

  1. I want to put in my vote for more Jason Sanford/Plague Bird stories. They rock.

  2. The two Plague Bird stories are fantastic, cannot wait for the next one.

  3. Enjoyed this story. I vote for More from Mr. Sanford!

  4. I, too have enjoyed all of the Jason Sandord stories on Dunesteef and definitely would like to hear a whole saga of the plague bird stories.

    I need to go through the StarShipSofa archives to find the “Trees” story that Big and Rish did, too.

  5. Pirvonen Says:

    The characters, engaging. The universe, compelling. I would be thoroughly interested in reading more about it.

    The early parts of the first episode had me worried. The production at times fell to the trap of “narrator describes an event – narrator pauses, a sound effect describing the event is heard – narrator continues to describe another event – pause in narration for another sound effect”. That is jarring, and I really was about to quit listening. Fortunately I continued; the story took me with it and the production style either slipped to something more to my tastes or I just was not noticing it any more.

  6. Gosh am I ever behind in my listening. Yes for more Plague Bird stories. :-)

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