Two Russian gangsters are sent to a home to collect a payment. A man took out a loan, and his first payment is past due.
But there are worse things than two mobsters in this home. And they’ll have to try hard if they want to get out alive.
Having successfully completed their job for Rent, the crew returns to Wohlsen’s Folly to get their payment: a face-to-face with Boss Billie.
Billie’s shrewd, and knows an opportunity when she sees one. The crew is asking for a lot of firepower, so she needs something in return: a colony ship. And it just so happens she knows where one is.
So it’s time for the crew to gear up and get back out into the black.
The circus is trying desperately to perform, but it has quite a juggling act to keep everyone happy.
On the one hand, there is the Goblin King, who has forbidden the storm from attending the festivla.
On the other is the storm, who is determined to attend.
And in the middle is the circus members, who are trying to do their best to put on a fun (and relatively dry) show.
Will they be able to pull off the biggest show of their careers? Or are they about to wash out? Listen to find out!
Having successfully pulled off their first job, the newest crew in Duskvol is going for a second job.
Dusk’s Quartet follows a tip from a friend. Someone robbed a casino and made off with the night’s take, and now they’re hiding out until they can get out of town. But Dusk’s Quartet wants to get to them first and get the loot. And, since they’re assassins, probably kill them, too.
Will they be able to track down their prey? And will they be able to make a clean getaway? Listen to find out!
The crew has set out from Wohlsen’s Folly to an unnamed moon. Their mission is to extract the data about an experimental terraforming device, for which they will be paid with contacts with the higher-ups of the Wohlsen’s Folly colony.
But this alien planet is not as deserted as it looks. And what lies in wait for the crew may just make them question everything they thought was true. Or maybe not.