The theme music for “The Three Graces”is A Girl Alone by Hungry Lucy. The song was made available through Mevio’s Music Alley, the Podsafe Music Network. You can find more of their music on their website, hungrylucy.com.
We’re back, folks! A huge thanks to everyone who supported the GoFundMe campaign when my audio recording interface suddenly stopped working. This episode was recorded with my new TASCAM DR-40 connected to my existing microphone. I think you’ll be very pleased with the results.
The Story: “The Cuckoo,” Part 3
John’s plans for Delilah reach fruition, but there’s an unexpected complication. The Baronesa is more than she seems, and when she and John make love, the effect on John is something he never anticipated…
CONTENT ADVISORY: This episode contains explicit language and strong sexual content. Listener discretion is advised.
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Baldemar requests some help figuring out how to play older episodes of The Metamor City Podcast on his iPhone. Brycetopher corrects my English (!). And Mark asks about the real-world origins of Metamor’s Universalist theology.
Meet John, an incubus who was kicked out of his noble family once his true nature was revealed. He’s set his sights on the Baronesa Delilah Velasco de Moraine, a shy, beautiful Tournish noblewoman: recently wedded to a Metamorian lord, and completely overwhelmed by the strangeness of Metamor’s high society. John has ideas about how to help her be more accepted in the world that rejected him — but what does he get out of it? And who is he working for, anyway?
PRODUCTION NOTE: The tango music used in this story is “Last Tango in NYC,” by The Four Bags. The music was released under a Creative Commons Attribution/Non-Commercial License on Mevio’s Music Alley, the podsafe music network, which unfortunately shut down in April 2014. You can find some of The Four Bags’ other music at their website, http://thefourbags.com.
Agent Jessup arrives with Ba’al and Xiang Jinn at Castle Dauntless, an ancient fortress built by Ba’al in the middle of the Realm of Shadow. As Ba’al leaves the two mortals to attend to other matters, Jessup discovers that this seeming anachronism is not quite what it appears to be…
WARNING: This episode contains adult situations and strong language. Listener discretion is advised.
In this episode we hear from Sara T. about Dreams of Change, from Tarmo in Finland about straight read vs. multiple voice narration, and from Mildred Cady about shout-outs to the Metamor City Live audio dramas.