Nov 1, 2018
I Hope Your sitting Comfortably, For this tale can go many different ways..
Welcome to the Penance Halloween Project 2018 – We Wrote a tale, based on our love on horror and storytelling, and We Opened it up to those of you out there who were brave enough to take up this quest…
13 Podcasts accepted our challenge, in one way or another..
10 Episodes Were Recorded, All Totally Different from each
And While the Story stayed the same, the methods became abstract
Between Those who want the finest Details.. And those who's patience sorely Lacked
So Let us Open the Dungeon with this Tale of a Missing
Who will survive and What will become of them for now the Games have Begun…
This Episode was the Pilot Episode, The Story was in its
"written but not tested" stage and many elements of the story were
tightened or changed following this pilot episode to make them
better before the other groups ran the tale.
There were also several instances where the groups excitability caused them to talk ontop of each other, or Belry to play with his microphone connection (causing crackling noises), We apologise for any annoyance this causes.
So Who was part of the Pilot? Well it was a Blend of our normal cast and the Curse of Penance Cast which features two other podcasts:
The Character of Jess was played by Lexa from The Dead horse Podcast
The Character of Paulie Lightfingers was Played by AJ from Pretending with Dice
Editor’s Note: since we were recording different
groups via discord - who had various degrees of experience with
recording online - the audio quality may vary Player to player. We
did our best to minimise this difference but sometimes it was
beyond our control.
Also the Intro has a relatively quiet intro. This has been done to Build suspense, please wait until Artie has begun speaking (around 18 seconds in) before adjusting your sound volume, Apologies if you only read this after.
All Music Was Written & Performed by Daniel Boström
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