Hey Numenera Fans, this will be the final episode of season 2. If you have any burning questions about what happened this season of Numenera, please ask them in the comments down below.

The plot revealed, the travelers must save a queen from the machinations of a power hungry noble. A Numenera Actual Play.

Longshot Episodes

Theme Song: A Grave in the Woods by Daniel Allardyce

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3 comments on “Longshot Ep 70

  1. Sam says:

    So a lot has happened in the last 42 episodes, so I want to ask: what is the biggest change that your character has gone through since the start of the season? And what motivated that change for them?

    And for Jesus: Were there any challenges you put forth specifically to confront characters and encourage that kind of development?

  2. Gerd says:

    Dear Fandible crew,

    first, let me thank you for your great work (and my weekly dose of Numenera)! It is always great fun to listen to the five of you, whatever you are playing (or discussing at your GTRTs).

    Now, to my question:
    As you have stated in the first season GTRT, you had some concerns regarding the Numenera skill system (and especially regarding the skill of the same name). After season 2, what do you think of it now?

    Kind regards
    Gerd (aka “Dr. Gerd Hauser” on patreon)

    PS.: Another short question for David. Will there ever be a return of “Trim Hexstad, son of Ida, keeper of the tomb of the mother of hammers”? (I just loved the accent!)

  3. Captain Red Ram says:

    What has been your favorite moment this season?

    With the end of season two we see Mr Tagos starting up his own investigation/tailor business. Does this mean he plans to get out of the assassin business, or is this just a way to make some shins? Does Mr Tagos ever consider getting out of the assassin business?

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