Surviving their encounter with the insect life of the Plains, the travelers continue their journey. Thankfully, all they will have to face next is a lifeform who only wants to be a part of them. Literally. A Numenera Actual Play.

Longshot Episodes

Theme Song: A Caravan on the Plains by Daniel Allardyce


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6 comments on “Longshot Ep 4

  1. Sam says:

    I’ve got to say I really enjoyed this episode, I think you guys are settling into a nice dynamic for these characters (which makes sense, since I think this is technically two sessions in, and that’s when people tend to start getting into things)
    Also it’s nice to see a return of David only rolling well when acting against his own interests.

    Plus apparently Tagos ships MiralxKoen so that’s fun.

  2. CallmeIshma3l says:

    Koral? Mien? Koiral? Miroen?

  3. chrl says:

    Greatly enjoying this series. Can’t wait for the next episode!

    But there is one thing, and I’m sure you’ve already had this pointed out to you, but the setting itself is not called Numenera. Its inhabitants call it the Ninth World instead. Numenera basically means “technology” in-setting. 😉

  4. Barsha Da Barsha says:

    Chrl! Thank you for keeping an eye out for us. We’ll totally make sure to shift to saying Ninth World (or at least make an effort)!

  5. Rich says:

    Just started listening, so I’m obviously far behind… Was that the first use of a cypher? Do you guys start using them more in the future? I’m on to episode 5 now.

  6. Billy says:

    Fandible is a little odd about Cyphers. We do use them a little more often, but we are sort of still in that Final Fantasy mindset where we’d rather hold onto something forever and then we end up with like 99 Super Elixers by the last battle.

    We get better about using cyphers but I know some people think we don’t use them nearly as much as some groups.

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