Rapscallions S1E08: More Than One Way To Skin A Rat, Part Two.
A point of note: We had a recording error during the Narri & Arabet scene, and had to re-play it for contenuity. During the original play of this scene, Narri rolled a Natural 1, and his player insisted on keeping those consequences for the re-play. This is the “last time we played this scene” reference in the first scene of this episode.
Our fiends spring their trap and resolve Thrasher’s rat problem for the good of all involved. Well, almost all involved. There’re a few complications. You’ll see.
The notorious notary usually known as Narri Hullu and all of his other personae are played by the man known most often as Eric Martin.
His sister and our Postmodern Postmortalist. Zivah Hullu is played by Sharene Madfish. Check out her site at: http://linktr.ee/madfishmonger
Arabet is played by Christopher Stocovaz.
Khaludur is played by Sean Yo.
Shauna Mulligan appeared as Zoyenka “Magma” Pentine in Episodes 1-10, and wherever she appeared in the Meanwhile Episodes between seasons.
Kory Mighty Fenris appeared as Grey Winter Morning, popularly known as “Mr. Stitch” in Episodes 1-10, and also in Meanwhile Episode 1: The Buster Job.
Art & Branding
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Music & Artist Credits
Our opening theme (for the third episode in a row) is the instrumental version of “You Know I’m No Good”, made famous by Amy Winehouse, This episode also contains excerpts from, or presents the following songs in their entirety:
“El Matador” by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
“Hey, Man, Nice Shot (Instrumental Version)” by Filter
“Someone’s In The Kitchen With Dinah” by the Nat King Cole Trio,
“Kung-Fu” by The Dirtbombs,
“Short Change Hero” by The Heavy,
“Kitty” by The Pogues
“Nickels For Your Nightmares” by Headstones, and
“Red Right Hand” by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds.
All music used in Runelanders is used under creative commons licencing, under license through SOCAN, or in the public domain.