Episode 87: Vermilion Part VI

Confronted with a temple which cannot rightly exist, the cell and its allies must determine how to navigate it and secure the blessing of Tammuz.

But even if this challenge can be met, how are Pierce and Marcus to proceed without having to kill one another?

Music Credits:
ED SPITZER TECLADISTA - Milky Way
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Kevin MacLeod - Temple of the Manes
ErikMMusic - Dust and Shadows
Kevin MacLeod - Crypto
Sergey Cheremisinov - Lucerna
Darren Curtis - Under Siege!
Sergey Cheremisinov - Just Run
DEgITx - Machine Paradigm
Alexander Nakarada - Stygian Rise
Tri-Tachyon - Digital Mk. 2
Kai Engel - Dancing on the Edge
Alexander Nakarada - Come Closer
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 86: Vermilion Part V

Vermilion welcomes Pierce Keswick, aspirant to the mantle of Tammuz. Within, horror and depravity await.

The cell must navigate the deadly and harrowing landscape of Vermilion, but the mere observance of decorum within threatens to contaminate their souls.

Music Credits:
Kevin MacLeod - Lightless Dawn
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Kevin MacLeod - Shadowlands 3 - Machine
ED SPITZER TECLADISTA - Milky Way
Kevin MacLeod - Ossuary 6 - Air
Project Divinity - Gathering Dusk
Myuu - Fatal Shrine
Kevin MacLeod - The Dread
KNevlexion - ὄργανον
Tri-Tachyon - Edge of the Wastelands
Myuu - Living in the Dark
Three Chain Links - Drive Fast
Kevin MacLeod - Ghostpocalypse 7 - Master
John Koulouris - Ghost Hunter
Kai Engel - Chant of Night Blades
Alexander Nakarada - Now We Feast
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 85: Vermilion Part IV

Mitch, Kiera, Ashleigh, and Marcus reunite with Pierce, and the two cells go about the uneasy process of determining how much they can trust one another.

With the culling ceremony complete, the time draws near to journey from Sighisoara to Snagov, and to face the true darkness of Vermilion.

Music Credits:
Kai Engel - Tumult
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Sergey Cheremisinov - Sea and Night
City-Hunter - Investigation
Kai Engel - Between Nothing and Everything
Naoya Sakamata - Engulf
Myuu - Promise ~Reprise~ (Silent Hill 2 Cover)
Alexander Nakarada - Foam Rubber
Three Chain Links - Solace
Kai Engel - April
Naoya Sakamata - Dissociation
Kevin MacLeod - Kevin MacLeod
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 84: Vermilion Part III

With Pierce mysteriously vanished, Kiera and Mitch must contend with the Red Game, but hope to make contact with Marcus to secure a numbers advantage.

Meanwhile, Pierce comes face-to-face with Muninn, who's come bearing disturbing revelations.

Music Credits:
Alexander Nakarada - Foam Rubber
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
whiteydoesdubstep - Bass and Violin - A Perfect Pair (Dubstep) extreme bass remix
Naoya Sakamata - Senkou - Dark Classic
Fatal Injection - Untitled 2
Fatal Injection - Untitled 5
Kevin MacLeod - Anxiety
Kai Engel - Tumult
Derrick Billups - Let's Go
Myuu - Friday the 13th
Kevin MacLeod - Unease Piano
Three Chain Links - Aether
Three Chain Links - Feverish
Kai Engel - Delirium
Kevin MacLeod - The Hive
Alexander Nakarada - Crossroads
Derrick Billups - Harmonic
Kai Engel - Touch the Darkness
Three Chain Links - Gaining Traction
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 83: Vermilion Part II

Kiera reels from the awful discovery she made within Chobi's thoughts, and the cell is embroiled in Vermilion's barbaric opening ceremonies. But simple bloodletting is far from their only worry, as the supernatural presence that hangs heavy over Sighișoara takes sudden action.

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Kevin MacLeod - Satiate
Alexander Nakarada - Foam Rubber
Myuu - Crime Scene
Three Chain Links - We Aren't Alone Here...
Kevin MacLeod - Digital Bark
Myuu - Walking into Darkness
F.O.G. - Intervalo de Horror
Three Chain Links - Darkness
Kevin MacLeod - Long Note Four
Kevin MacLeod - Giant Wyrm
Myuu - Nebula
Myuu - Cornered
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 82: Vermilion Part I

With Vermilion's location, time, and trajectory in hand, the ORPHEUS cell makes its way to Romania to attempt their mission to disrupt the cult of Tammuz.

Once there, they must contend with local corruption, the disturbing implications of the invitation itself, and an unclean presence hovering just out of sight...

Music Credits:
Sergey Cheremisinov - Old Ally
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Kevin MacLeod - Crypto
Sergey Cheremisinov - City of Lonely Ghosts
Kevin MacLeod - Divertissement
Sergey Cheremisinov - Drown in Mirrors
Jehf Jones - Cosmic Indifference and the Exquisite horror of Existence
Kevin MacLeod - Fantastic Dim Bar
Kevin MacLeod - Shadowlands 5 - Antechamber
Kevin MacLeod - Very Low Note
Alexander Nakarada - Foam Rubber
Jonny Music - De teapt -te, romane!
Kai Engel - (I Am) Climbing on Air
Naoya Sakamata - Vermilion Pt. 2 - Dark Piano Version - Slipknot Cover
Kevin MacLeod - Night Break
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 81: Sabotage Part III

Freya and Rhett attempt to draw the defensive response away from Sampson and Jack, while the old friends cope with the ultimate obscenity whose cultivation is the true purpose of the facility.

Impossible beings and impossible choices collide, as the Sabotage Arc ends.

Music Credits:
Darren Curtis - The Cold Settles
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
bXmMusic - Boggles My Mind
Heliline Kelluke - Their Water is Cursed
Neutron Spectre - FULL MOON OVERDRIVE
Naoya Sakamata - Vigilance
braids - 01 - 02
Myuu - Shelter
ROZKOL - Called Your Bluff
Kai Engel - The Price of Valour
ROZKOL - Corrosive
Borrtex - Faith
Josh Woodward - She Dreams in Blue (Instrumental Version)|
Kai Engel- The Seeker
Josh Woodward - I'm Letting Go (Instrumental Version)
Naoya Sakamata - Vermilion Pt. 2 - Dark Piano Version - Slipknot Cover
Darren Curtis - Temporal Distortion
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 80: Sabotage Part II

As Freya and Rhett try to process their realization of the facility's hidden purpose, Sampson and Jack search out their own horrific discoveries below.

Amidst the swift and deadly security response to the Maenad infiltration, faith and sanity are tested by the stark evil taken root on this lonely platform.

Music Credits:
txtVapor - Cyber Heaven
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Heliline Kelluke - The Darkness Bonds Between the Corners
Jehf Jones - Hot Beef Rainbows
Blue Crystal Star - Momentum
Kevin MacLeod - Ghostpocalypse 1 Departure
ErikMMusic - Empty Reflections
ErikMMusic - Empty Reflections (Slow Version)
Myuu - Forgotten Factory
ROZKOL - Called Your Bluff
Three Chain Links - Interface
Muciojad - N O S E D I V E
THE WARHORSE - Call the Ponies
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 79: Sabotage Part I

Off the coast of Mexico, an oil platform looms in the dark, producing a product far more corruptive than that for which it was designed. Freya, Rhett, Sampson, and Jack begin their high-risk infiltration and sabotage operation, to secure the Invitation that Walter has promised them upon completion of their mission.

The story of that hard-won intelligence begins with a phone call, a helicopter... and a monster.

Music Credits:
Blue Crystal Star - Momentum
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Josh Woodward - A Song (Instrumental)
Waveform Walker - Ain't Animals
Zero-Project (Earthbeat)
Zephil - Sea Floor Ambiance
Jehf Jones - Cadaverine Queen
Kevin MacLeod - Giant Wyrm
Kevin MacLeod - Right Behind You
Free Dramatic Scores - A Nightmare in Blood
Kai Engel - Shining Dawn
MATHBAT - Rasputin Crawls out of the Neva River Covered in a Dark, Oily Substance
Alexander Nakarada - Freedom
LUDICY - RELINQUISH
Kevin MacLeod - Welcome to Horrorland
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 78: Invitations Part VI

The cell's battle against the water treatment facility's high-tech security forces continues, and a fragment of a broadly distributed conspiracy is revealed.

Furthermore, with the information gleaned from both sides of the joint venture between the cell and the remaining agents of the Maenad Directive, the next step becomes clear.

Music Credits:
Peter Rudenko - Unawaken
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
AKIRA - FIRST BLOOD
crt_head - Russian Style
Caffeine Mit Cocaine - Prisoner of Mind
Sergey Cheremisinov - Our Future
AKIRA - The Road to a Master
Alexander Nakarada - Foam Rubber
Kevin MacLeod - Aftermath
Myuu - Into the Depths
Kevin MacLeod - Penumbra
Three Chain Links - Masks and War Drums
Kevin MacLeod - Vanishing
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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