Unhallowed Metropolis: A Pound of Flesh Ep 7

Title: Ello Boss

In a world as large and diverse as the Unhallowed Metropolis, there are many stories and many ways to die. Three investigators must pursue a unnatural killer across London. Hoping against all hope that when they find it, they will be able to put it back in the ground where it belongs.

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12 comments on “Unhallowed Metropolis: A Pound of Flesh Ep 7

  1. Lucek says:

    I guess we know were Barsher got to now.

  2. Jake says:

    Like Stephens and Rubia before him, now that Barsha has left the Warhammer 40K-verse, his soul shall forever wander the various Fandible Worlds and randomly possess NPCs. Wherever they need a minion to mindlessly charge and grapple someone, Barsha will be there.

    At all other times of course, he’s waiting with the other departed characters in [THE BROTHEL].

  3. crawlkill says:

    sorta got a Laundry Files using-the-weapons-of-our-foe thing goin on, huh? I dig.

  4. David says:

    ‘St John’s Public House!’

  5. Arvandus says:

    This is going to be a running joke in unhallowed metropolis isn’t it…… sigh…..

  6. FandibleDave says:

    St. John’s Public House? Never heard of it.

    Is that near The Brothel?

  7. Lucek says:

    Yeah right there with “I’ll kill you and wear your skin” and “kobolds”.

  8. Syren says:

    Meant to come back to this but David that Chap accent was some seriously skillful business. And the ice mining threat was genuinely powerful to me, I mean it not only assaults their freedom it also belittles the assailed bringing on a sort of social vertigo.

  9. Admiral Grim says:

    I loved the music you used for Daniel’s character. Can you let me know what it was? I would love to use it for my Unhallowed game.

  10. FandibleDave says:

    @Syren Thanks! My throat was sore the next day (due to the attempted gravelly nature of my character’s voice) but it was worth it.

    @Admiral Grim The opera song? It’s Rigoletto La Donna E Mobile. Prepare to have the opening notes in your head for a week.

  11. Admiral Grim says:

    Thanks,it is already stuck my head. But what was the music used for the opening scene with Daniel’s character? The 50 years before scene.

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