Episode 39: Out of Time Part IV

Granville's search for Kiera leads him to a deeply uncomfortable truce, and he comes face to face with Brighton himself. Meanwhile, Kiera awakes in the belly of the beast, and must endure a look into the ugly truth of Brighton's operation.

A plan takes shape and the forces marshal for what can only be a final confrontation between the rag-tag group that formed at Myron Sinclair's party and a brutal criminal empire.

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Myuu - Discovery (Horror Soundscape)
Myuu - Morbid Mind
Myuu - Spook Box
Sergey Cheremisinov - Just Run
Alexander Nakarada - Come Closer
Dreamcast - Cold
Myuu - Cold Shivers
Myuu - MSP#3: ABYSS
Darren Curtis - Come out and Play
Myuu - Walking into Darkness
Myuu - Nightmares
Myuu - A Deep Voice
Kai Engel - Chant of Night Blades
Alexander Nakarada - Freedom
Myuu - Down the Rabbit Hole
Natus - Screaming Silence
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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The ORPHEUS Protocol releases every Monday.

Episode 38: Out of Time Part III

After the attack on the carriages by mysterious gangsters, Freya finds herself in a sticky situation with Scotland Yard. Elsewhere, Granville awakens to find Kiera missing.

Both Granville and Freya make disparate attempts to discern Kiera's location, and are forced into dangerous situations along the way...

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Three Chain Links - We Aren't Alone Here
Unheard Music Concepts - Afraid to go
Kevin MacLeod - Sonatina
Kevin MacLeod - Divertissement
David Szesztay - Wake up
Naoya Sakamata - Bloody Girl
Darren Curtis - The House in the Middle of Nowhere
Kevin MacLeod - Ludwing van Beethoven: Sinfonia Number 5
Kevin MacLeod - Eric Satie: Gymnopedie No 2
Peter Rudenko - Waiting
Douglas Mendes - Red Violin Rock Caprice
Myuu and Madame Macabre - The Pianist (Piano Version)
Myuu - Twisted Happiness
Natus - Screaming Silence
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

Director's Note:
If you enjoy The ORPHEUS Protocol, please consider dropping us a review on iTunes. This is the best way for us to reach a broader audience.

Also, do yourself a favor and check out the Swallows of the South Podcast, from which both Chanel and Quinn hail. By midway through the first season, it blossoms into one of the most rewarding actual play listening experiences I've ever had.

The ORPHEUS Protocol releases every Monday.

Episode 37: Out of Time Part II

Kiera awakens in a world beyond her understanding. While her hosts work to make her comfortable and understand her situation, a dark presence falls over Myron Sinclair's home.

Sir Alfred Spencer's intentions come under question, and further agendas reveal themselves to be bent on the impossible traveler staying at Sinclair's residence...

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - We Aren't Alone Here
Three Chain Links - There's the Sun, Peeking Through my Curtains
Kevin MacLeod - Oppressive Gloom
Darren Curtis - The Man, the Legend
Wilhelm Matt - Kokeka (2-4-11) Time Stretched Violin Bowing
Myuu - Hitsujigamine (Catherine Cover)
Kevin MacLeod - Giant Wyrm
Paul Rudenko - What Follows Me
Natus - Cure
David Szestay - Surreal
David Szestay - Surreal 2
Kai Engel - (I am) Climbing on Air
WARHORSE - Remote Control Dad Prelude
衝動的平和と笑顔の屍 - Dark Piano Music - Naoya Sakamata
Myuu - Now or Never
Kai Engel - Chant of Night Blades
Natus - Nu I Vse
Natus - Screaming Silence
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

Director's Note:
If you enjoy The ORPHEUS Protocol, please consider dropping us a review on iTunes. This is the best way for us to reach a broader audience.

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The ORPHEUS Protocol releases every Monday.

Episode 36: Out of Time Part I

In the Fall of 1893, on the periphery of London's respectable society, a party is being thrown for the fringes of the occult community. Spiritualists, astrologers, alchemists, and assorted n'er-do-wells are gathering at the estate of Marlon Sinclair for both séance and socialization.

Among the guests is Freya Benton, a world traveler of Egyptian extraction who's seen both the highs and lows of life on two continents, and Granville Moore, a retired soldier with a very peculiar instrument case in tow.

The evening's festivities get well and truly out of hand, as a Hermetic text written by someone named "Henry Colfax" is used for a bit of harmless fun... and brings forth something none could have imagined.

Music Credits:
Natus - Screaming Silence
Kevin MacLeod - J.S. Bach Brandenberg Concerto No4-1
Kevin MacLeod - W.A. Mozart Divertimento
Joseph Aragon - Violin Melody
Kevin MacLeod - Trio for Piano Violin and Viola
Kai Engel - Highway to the Stars
Darren Curtis - Unknown Fear
Sergey Cheremisinov - Sea and Night
Kevin MacLeod - Eric Satie Gymnopedie No1
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

Director's Note:
If you enjoy The ORPHEUS Protocol, please consider dropping us a review on iTunes. This is the best way for us to reach a broader audience.

Also, do yourself a favor and check out the Swallows of the South Podcast, from which both Chanel and Quinn hail. By midway through the first season, it blossoms into one of the most rewarding actual play listening experiences I've ever had.

The ORPHEUS Protocol releases every Monday.

Episode 35: Bereavement Part II

Mitch reunites with a newly conscious Pierce to discuss the fate of the arcane text Pierce tried and failed to steal. With no certain way forward, the broken cell turns to Tiresias for aid.

Later, Pierce's single-minded obsession with recovering Kiera from her state of indescribable uncertainty drives him to risk life, limb, and standing with ORPHEUS as he ventures outside of the organization's purview for a final, desperate gambit.

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Somewhere off Jazz Street - Dusk
Kevin MacLeod - Night at the Docks
Sergey Cheremisinov - Jump in Infinity
Somewhere off Jazz Street - The Time Will Come
Kai Engel - Thaw (Outro)
Kevin MacLeod - Night at the Docks (Trumpet)
Kevin MacLeod - On the Ground
Kai Engel - Cloudburst
Kai Engel - Chance
Myuu - MSP#1: VOICES
Myuu - MSP#1: VICIOUS
Three Chain Links - We're so Small in the Grand Scheme of Things.
Natus - Screaming Silence
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 34: Bereavement Part I

Pierce and Mitch are debriefed in the wake of the disastrous mission in Washington, and Mitch becomes aware of a disquieting, command-level distrust of Pierce within ORPHEUS.

Eager to exhaust all possible avenues to bring Kiera back, Pierce attempts to retrieve the occult text confiscated from the Congregation of the Gentle Hand, with disastrous results...

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Kevin MacLeod - Vanishing
David Szeztay - Spacedrum
David Szeztay - On the Spot
Kai Engel - Phantasm
Myuu - Look Out
Three Chain Links - Drive Fast
ROZKOL - Closing In
Hiroki Matsui - My Voice is Dark Ambient
Kai Engel - (I Am) Climbing on Air
Myuu - Wind's Wreck
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 33: Reunions Part V

***TRANSMISSION***
THE NIGHTMARE GALLERY, a horror film written by Jhan and Rob, is now moving into production, and AMBER BENSON (Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is starring.

The Kickstarter is now live HERE. Any and all assistance from operatives in the field is greatly appreciated.
***END TRANSMISSION***

Pierce enters into an uneasy alliance with the Cabal's covert kill-cell against a greater threat. Meanwhile, the brief respite bought by Zephaniah's trick finds Mitch face to face with Walter, his past, and an impossible choice.

Against this backdrop, the third and final repetition of the unearthly events of 1969 is resolved, and our operatives' lives are left forever changed.

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Kai Engel - Harbor
Myuu - Grotesque Fantasia
Free Dramatic Scores - The Beast
Sergey Cheremisinov - Search and Fight
Myuu - Run!
Kevin MacLeod - Quinn's Song: First Night
Kevin MacLeod - Political Ad
Black Juggernaut - Black Mirror
Kevin MacLeod - Black Bird
Darren Curtis - Spellbound
Kai Engel - The Price of Valour
Myuu - Reflection
Kai Engel - When the World Falls Down
Kai Engel - December
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

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Episode 32: Reunions Part IV

***TRANSMISSION***
THE NIGHTMARE GALLERY, a horror film written by Jhan and Rob, is now moving into production, and AMBER BENSON (Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is starring.

The Kickstarter is now live HERE. Any and all assistance from operatives in the field is greatly appreciated.
***END TRANSMISSION***

Pierce follows signs of otherworldly activity to an unexpected meeting as the Cabal's operatives move through Royal City on unknown orders. Tracking a disquieting phenomenon to a farm equipment store, he quickly finds himself in hot water.

Meanwhile, Mitch is faced with a conundrum: How does one confront a god on its home ground, armed with nothing but courage and a baseball bat?

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Kevin MacLeod - Ghostpocalypse 2 - The Call
Myuu - Troublemaker Theme
Kevin MacLeod - Dances and Dames
Myuu - Obsessions
Somewhere off Jazz Street - Linger
Unheard Music Concepts - Flooded Believes
Kevin MacLeod - Penumbra
bXmMusic - Metal $399
Sergei Cheremisinov - Destroyer
Necropolai - (Mix by Mordagar) Ola Englund - Mix Practice
Josh Woodward - Me and Billy Barnum (Instrumental)
Sergey Cheremisinov - Train
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

Director's Note:
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Episode 31: Reunions Part III

***TRANSMISSION***
THE NIGHTMARE GALLERY, a horror film written by Jhan and Rob, is now moving into production, and AMBER BENSON (Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is starring.

The Kickstarter is now live HERE. Any and all assistance from operatives in the field is greatly appreciated.
***END TRANSMISSION***

Tragedy strikes as our operatives make first contact with the Cabal's secret operation. With their plans in tatters, the remaining operatives strike out to make whatever impact on the situation they can.

Their disparate paths lead them to reunions with old friends and older enigmas. And nearby, Zachary Feynman awakens, ready to enact a plan only he is capable of understanding.

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Josh Woodward - Fight the Sea (Instrumental)
Kevin MacLeod - Black Bird
Myuu - Into the Depths
Myuu - Dead Island Theme (Trailer Cover)
Myuu - NIL
WARHORSE - Caldor's Going Out of Business
Kai Engel - Junction
Kevin MacLeod - Very Low Note
Peter Rudenko - 5:00 AM
Kai Engel - Run
Myuu - DEVOUR
Creepythemes - From the Shadows
AKIRA - Final Fight
ROZKOL - Called Your Bluff
Myuu - What Could Have Been
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

Director's Note:
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Episode 30: Reunions Part II

***TRANSMISSION***
THE NIGHTMARE GALLERY, a horror film written by Jhan and Rob, is now moving into production, and AMBER BENSON (Tara from Buffy the Vampire Slayer) is starring.

The Kickstarter is now live HERE. Any and all assistance from operatives in the field is greatly appreciated.
***END TRANSMISSION***

The cell makes a fast-tracked visit to Sanctuary, to see if Darren Feldman can offer any information concerning the secret cabal within ORPHEUS, or the portents for their upcoming mission. What is revealed is unexpected on many levels and ominous on many more.

Meanwhile, in a ramshackle trailer in rural Washington state, Koji Miyazaki awaits the cell's arrival and contemplates the cabal's next probable move...

Music Credits:
Three Chain Links - Magic Hour
Sergey Cheremisinov - City of Lonely Ghosts
Kai Engel - Passages
ROZKOL - Last Train in the Station
Myuu - Ground Noises (Soundscape)
Nikol S. and Symphonic Band - The Shadows of Horror
L'Incal Noir - Analog Horror Stings
Myuu - Song of Unhealing (Creepypasta Cover)
Myuu - Stille
De Fyras Tecken - Ninth Anticipate Moog Minotaur and Guitar (horror soundtrack)
Myuu - Prey
Natus - Falls
Myuu - Reversion 2015
Josh Woodward - Fight the Sea
Opening and Closing Themes by Nathan Kross and Rob Stith

Director's Note:
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