Will Kerenson is a fairly normal college student … well, okay, actually, he’s an aspiring writer, but we all have our odd points. Trouble is, he’s feeling fairly uninspired — until one day, when he encounters a strange young woman who will change his life forever. Join us for part one of this two-part story!

This episode features Beq Vyper as the voice of Callie. She’s a gaming buddy of mine, and I was very glad when she agreed to play this role for me. Thanks, Becky!

Promos:

Mur vs. JC: Heaven / Playing For Keeps / 7th Son, Book III: Destruction

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Bumpers:

Mur Lafferty, of Heaven, I Should Be Writing & Playing For Keeps

The Music:

Opening Credits: “Zeon Control”, by Metaverse
Story Lead-In: “Divine Light”, by Ariaphonics
Will’s Walk: “Trance Groove Jam”, by David Henderson
Nightclub: “Anthem”, by The Silence Industry
First Kiss: “Essence”, by Evan Stone
Dramatic Self-Narration: “Opening Credits”, by David Beard
The Chase: “Next Time Around”, by Asymmetry
Scene Breaks & Story Lead-Out: “Jetlag”, by Metaverse
Bed Music: “Smoke-Filled Room”, by Dave Thornton

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Some sound effects provided by the Freesound Project. More information on the clips used will be provided after the jump.

Feedback:

Chris discusses feedback on Episode 2, particularly the universal love for Leann Mabry and Kaa’s comments on the radical notion of vampires as people. David Beard showed up to give his stamp of approval for the use of his music, which was very cool. Finally, special thanks go to Michael Spence of Brother Osric’s Scriptorium for sending us our first voice mail! If you’d like to hear your voice on the show, send us some feedback at (206) 350-7333.

Next time on the Metamor City Podcast:

As Trajan hunts for Callie and the icon, Will tries to help keep her out of harm’s way by sheltering her at his apartment. But is there any safe place to hide when a rogue mage is on the loose? Tune in next time for the conclusion of “The Muse” — and until then, keep it on the bright side!

 

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