Episode 169: TWSC – Calamari Stakeout by Austin Malone

CalamariStakeout

The Trench is the only waterway that a ship can take to get to the western continent. Unfortunately, there at the entrance, between the twin peaks of Seidar and Phaestia, prowls Ol’ Sly, a gigantic squid creature that would like nothing more than to crack a ship open like a jaca fruit, and pick the sailors out and eat them like the sweet seeds. Small Fry and the Admiral have a plan, though. They mean to take down Ol’ Sly once and for all, and open the western continent to their ships.

Afterward, Rish and Big try to decide what really is the worst way to wake up, live squid or porcupine covered in hair gel? Oh, and song. You have been warned.

Special thanks to Justin Charles for producing the story and doing the episode art, and to Julie Hoverson for lending her voice to the tale.

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Related Links:

Austin Malone’s Site
Julie Hoverson’s 19 Nocturne Boulevard
Some sounds are courtesy the free sound project.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License

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One Response to “Episode 169: TWSC – Calamari Stakeout by Austin Malone”

  1. You surprised me in the intro, Rish. I have admired the character work in your narrations, but the singing! When you finally pulled out a few more stops, your singing does not really lose to many pop singers.
    Liked the story, too, again. The stories you choose are quite often to my taste, in all their eclecticality.

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