Aug 092012
 
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A revolution is brewing in the Martian city of Olympus, and it’s up to our favorite team of Firewall Sentinels to infiltrate it! But just how far will they have to go to prove their loyalty? In this episode, Gavin and Elis attend a Barsoomian rally, and are given a deadly assignment by one of the group’s emerging leaders. Meanwhile, Lucas, Amir and Damien race to save their primate ally Dalton from the clutches of Grey Xiu, an old enemy, working for the mob. Will Gavin and Elis be willing to do what it takes to vet themselves with the Barsoomians? What does the Night Cartel have in store for Dalton? Will the rest of the team be able to get to him in time? Find out in another exciting installment of Eclipse Phase!

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  • Decimator

    Twitch is multi-vector. You can spray it into the air, inject it, put in in food, or simply rub it on skin combined with DMSO. Most of the toxins have more than one vector. Additionally, I think you guys are doing morph prices wrong. For example, a Case is Moderate cost, which is 500-1499 credits.

    Now that my minor annoyance is taken care of, I love the show! Definitely want some more Doc Skeelax!

  • Citadel

    Another great listen. Amir’s distain for dragonfly morphs was pretty funny. Want to see the spy mice hickory, dickory & dock in action!

    Liked the debate about the terrorist attack. Amir was obviously not happy, but I guess with a group like this he’s outvoted. Little surprised the Barsoomians just handed over a huge chunk of their valuable explosives to some guy who turned up to the first meeting, but looks like it worked out for them.

    • RyGuy

      Believe me, Citadel, the Barsoomians have plenty of explosives to spare. This arc is called Godfire for a very, very good reason. But you’ll find out all about that in Part III.

    • Alex

      The way I figure it, they have a nanofabber stashed somewhere, so making explosives really isn’t too much of an issue for them. Even if Meyer stole the grenades instead of using them, they could have easily made more.

  • Chados

    No mental stress for stabbing a homeless guy in his sleep? Sounds like his stack was damaged and tossed in the garbage, and I doubt this guy had backup insurance.

    I was like, “Awwww.” :\

    • Chados

      Nevermind- I listened to the whole episode now, and I have to withdraw my comments about Chris’ and Ryan’s characters and stare balefully(virtually, of course) at Meyer after Gavin’s actions in this episode. Jesus.

      • Alex

        When I came up with that idea, I thought it would be a big moral dilemma for them: could they kill dozens of innocent people (even if it’s just temporarily) in order to infiltrate this group? I expected a lot more debating. But then Meyer just took it and ran with it and blew himself up.

        Gavin has a dark side.

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