Title: False Refuge 2 of 2
Leaving the town of the Matagot, the neo-victorian heroes travel through the wastes with the aid of a musical companion.
Industrial Revolution by Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com)
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Unhallowed Metropolis Episodes
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9 comments on “Unhallowed Metropolis: A Pound of Flesh Ep 13 part 2 of 2”
Billy you are bloody brilliant!
Hmmm that’s good sneaky bastard 🙂
Please tell me the fae are in one of the books, cause otherwise that is really a fucked up set of fae discriptions that everyone was in on.
The various types of Fae were a result of David and I discussing what Ireland would look like in the Unhallowed Metropolis. I believe alcohol may have been involved.
You guys come up with the coolest stuff for your games! Between your versions of Unhallowed Fae and guys like Spring Heeled Jack, plus the crazy stuff Angela comes up with for HEX (sirens, assassin bugs, etc); has Fandible considered posting stats for some of these things? Heck, tie them to a pateron number, it’d be pretty friggen cool 🙂
It’s great that everyone failed a relatively easy roll lol.
You know that moment in a magic trick when you know the magician is about to reveal that they’ve been fooling you, and you know that they’ve been fooling you, but it’s been drawn out just expertly enough that you start to believe they’ve really bungled the trick and that it’s just going to be a crushing disappointment, only to end up even more amazed when they pull it out?
I have never felt that listening to another podcast before now.
Best episode in months! Billy was brilliant, but everyone else was by no means far behind.:D Especially enjoyed the depiction of the Fae which very much fit the Irish SÃdhe vibe of earthy strangeness.
Also, as an Irish person currently living again in Ireland, that Fae Lord gives good advice. 😛
Now Byron should be named as the next Lord Lieutenant of Dublin or Governor General of Ireland when he returns to London. It’s a prestigious post of real power.
Or perhaps Byron will be invited to the University of Limerick to receive an honorary degree, Doctorum Adamus Cum Flabello Dulci (or possibly Doctorus Adami Flabelli Dulcis, if you’re a stickler for correct R-rated pig latin.) 😉
This, of course, will turn out to not be any kind of trap, at all.