Flat Lands Era Pulp Nocturne 1930 March 9, 2014

November 24, 2014

As We Last Left widgetThat was an interesting commentary and I understand your concerns.  I am greatly enjoying Al’s game world as well.  And while I’m as confused as the rest of the group, I don’t have as much of an issue with the number of storylines at the moment.    I think what we are seeing are the growing pains of combining two separate story arcs with distinct focuses into one united one.  I don’t think we are getting more sub plots, just seeing elements of existing plots from the standpoint of the supernaturally clued bureau 13 agents Rachel and Galen rather than as the blundering muggles Johnny and O’Shaughnessy.   Maybe I’m wrong, but so far the plots seem to be fitting into a larger view.





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