Journal Entry 26: First Stop

The experiment with Shoum’s dimension walking device has taken a turn and Januae finds himself in a familiar place…

Written, produced, and directed by David S. Dear.

Based on the RPG Numenera by Monte Cook Games, LLC.

The voice of Januae is performed by David S. Dear.
The voice of Prine is performed by Jeremy Frutkin.
The voice of Kaebossus is performed by Myles Catania.

Music is Hitman by Kevin MacLeod at http://incompetech.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 

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Journal Entry 25: Two Dimensions

Artwork by Jake Siano

Januae begins working with the Reverent Shoum to see if they can get the dimension walking device to function as a teleporter.

Written, produced, and directed by David S. Dear.

Based on the RPG Numenera by Monte Cook Games, LLC.

The voice of Januae is performed by David S. Dear.
The voice of Shoum is performed by Dallis MacKenzie.

Cover artwork for this episode by Jake Siano.

Music is Hitman by Kevin MacLeod at http://incompetech.com
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
“Logo Dissolve, Electric, A.wav” by InspectorJ (jshaw.co.uk) of Freesound.org

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Journal Entry 24: Elder Child

Artwork by Jake Siano

Januae follows the lead of the stranger they met in the valley and goes to find the Reverent Shoum, the outseer who he hopes will help him find a way to reverse the jaunting condition.

Written, produced, and directed by David S. Dear.

Based on the RPG Numenera by Monte Cook Games, LLC.

The voice of Kliambala is performed by Shannon Perry
The voice of Cyunn is performed by Stephanie Tobin.
The voice of Januae is performed by David S. Dear.
The voice of Shoum is performed by Dallis MacKenzie.

Cover artwork for this episode by Jake Siano.

Music is Hitman by Kevin MacLeod at http://incompetech.com
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License
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For more information and transcripts visit
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Journal Entry 23: In Duplicate

Artwork by Jake Siano

After being taken by the Ustiliator Januae once again finds himself in a strange land, where he ends up encountering someone he knows all too well…

 

Written, produced, and directed by David S. Dear.

Based on the RPG Numenera by Monte Cook Games, LLC.

The voice of Januae is performed by David S. Dear.
The voice of Moloum is performed by Patrick Oliver Jones.

Cover artwork for this episode by Jake Siano.

Music is Hitman by Kevin MacLeod at http://incompetech.com

For more information and transcripts visit
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Bonus Episode: A Ninth World Journal with Lee Shackleford

For our final discussion before the premiere of Season 3 we have a conversation with the immensely talented Lee Shackleford, creator of Relativity podcast.

We discuss the ins and outs of creativity, hosting a podcast, listener engagement, and interesting comparisons of our respective creations. A very insightful discussion offered by one of my favorite creators. Give a an ear!

Lee’s show is a must listen. Check it out at https://relativitypodcast.com and be sure to follow him on Twitter @relativitypod .

Bonus Episode: A Ninth World Discussion with Shannon Perry

For this discussion I had the absolute pleasure of speaking with the inimitable Shannon Perry, creator and producer of the hilariously whimsical sci-fi comedy OZ-9. The show is a delightful British style audio-comedy featuring the Ninecompoops, a cast of inept characters commandeering (if you can call it that) a colony ship of wealthy aristocrats in stasis, trying their best to keep them and themselves alive. Well, maybe not their best…

Shannon was kind enough to join me and ask some very interesting and insightful questions about the show. Give it a listen… much fun was had by the two of us!

Definitely give her show a listen! You can find them at oz-9.com and on Twitter @Oz9podcast (each of the crew have Twitter accounts and often Tweet in character so be sure to follow them too!)

Bonus Episode: A Ninth World Discussion with Rukland

Our Ninth World discussions continue into the ‘tween season break and this time I have the honor of visiting with the great and powerful Raymond “Rukland” Morse. He is the host of the delightful podcast 5 and 30 with Ruk as well as one of the greatest influencers in the independent podcast community, especially (but not exclusively) audio dramas. Come lend your ears to a wonderful conversation with one of our finest supporters, then follow him on Twitter  @The_Real_Ruk 

Bonus Episode: A Ninth World Discussion with Corey Pfautsch

We bring you another fun and wonderful conversation, this time with the delightful Corey Pfautsch! One of the mods of the CastJunkies Discord server, Corey comes to us as a superfan of many podcasts and is proving to be (intended or not) a wonderful influencer to have in your corner, especially as one of the most kind and genuine people I know.

Follow him on Twitter at @CoreyPfautsch88 and on Podchaser to catch his steadily growing Corey’s Can’t Miss Podcasts list.