Episode 44: A Good Plan, and a Bad Trope

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In a shocking development, the Bright Path Podcast returns to the same characters for two weeks in a row. Cyrus, Merrily, and company finally enter Uellodon, only to find the Royal Academy off limits and Wigglus’s mother’s house a ruin. Cyrus proposes a pub crawl, but two strangers change their plans. The narrator’s horrific French accent rides again.

Episode 43: The Uses of Lawyers

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Lawyers. Huh! What are they good for? Actually, you’d be surprised. Find out in Episode 43 of The Bright Path Podcast. Also: How to have a romantic conversation whilst holding a raw sheep’s liver; why Merrily smeared bear grease all over her body; and how to wake a sleeping mathematician.

Episode 36: Two Merry Bands Set Forth Merrily

Merrily sings a new song with old words. Cyrus discovers that comparing a woman to a dead cow has serious consequences. Ratwurst gets an unexpected promotion, and Wigglus explains, with examples, the circumstances in which it is legally acceptable to solve one’s personal problems with murder.

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Episode 25: Enhanced Interrogation Methods

You can hold it in your hands while you read!  It’s big and meaty.

Between them, Cyrus and Veridia commit all seven deadly sins in the space of an hour.  Rolly realizes what he’ll miss the most about Veridia.  Wally’s Woodsmen find the path, and the mercenaries follow it.  The White Knights have an unexpected ally.

Episode 18: Pictures in the Snow (with “Last Songs” feat. Cory Osborne)

Part 2 of The Bright Path Podcast begins with a different perspective. In Green Bridge, Veridia confronts the predations of her enemies and the flaws in her own plans. She resorts to violence, and then thinks better of it. Rolland Gorp delivers a bit too much literary criticism, and pays the usual price. Veridia goes for a ski race, and loses.

This episode features “Last Songs” by Ben Birney, featuring baritone Cory Osborne.