Airlock to Remember

The crew of the Sarissa capture and interrogate a Corpse Fleet officer.

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A big gripe I have is that Eox is sooooooo friggin’ cool. Instead of the crew coming face to face with all the crazy alien undead sights on Orphus, it was all flatly summarized by an A.I.’s emotionless voice. The crew didn’t even have to make a culture roll. Troy has to remember that they don’t have internet in the Drift. He’s basically making an entire skill useless. Fun side-note, the crew of the Sarissa is being super prejudiced (racist) against an entire race of people. They literally suspect they’re all terrorists. Dr. Friss’s hate-speech about undeath is basically putting… Read more »

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Alejandro

I’m seeing a lot of negative nancies. This episode was cool, I’ve been waiting for the characters to have a moment to chill and get to some backstory stuff. If I wanted a podcast were they robotically (pun not intended) played an AP without having the characters react, I wouldn’t be following the GCP

Andy
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Andy

That’s fine, i wouldn’t want that either. I do expect them to actually play Starfinder, though.

Andy
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Andy

After a string of GREAT episodes, feel free to skip this one. The crew of the Sarissa talked too much, didn’t move the plot along and didn’t play Starfinder.

Toby
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Toby

Agreed. There was a lot of ‘philosophy’.

Even the pre-game banter – usually so excellent! – was a bit tired this episode.

There were some nice touches near the end. Eox = Sweden, etc.

Andy
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Andy

“No cold damage from space, interesting.”

Flash freezing in space is a Hollywood fantasy. In fact, in a vacuum, you would freeze slower than you would in similar temperatures in an atmosphere. This is due to the lack of convection (no air). Space is actually great for undead since bacteria can’t consume their flesh and one’s body temperature doesn’t change very rapidly, even when exposed to extreme temperatures.

That and skeletons are immune to cold in Starfinder.

Ryan
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Ryan

That was the most profound thing I have heard across all your podcasts, and maybe ever… And it came from JOE!?! All living things are selfish creatures but our species success comes from the society that we’ve created. Beautiful. You could leave the podcast and do a Ted Talk. Troy wouldn’t be your boss, you’d never have to roll another dice again. Could be a good move.

Steve
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Steve

Pfft! If dribbling horse puckey was a payable skill I’d be a billionaire! :p