Rapscallions S1E10: The Big Hullu-Baloo

Having successfully established his criminal cohort, Narri takes a meeting with the senior partners at Starkweather & Fair. As Arabet negotiates the Guild’s Journeyman’s Examination, Magma finds her way to the beach for some R&R, Stitch pops by Khaludur’s for a breakfast wine, and Zivah makes ready for her date with the Archivist.

the Rapscallions

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.

Guest Stars

Season One


Shauna Mulligan appeared as ZoyenkaMagma” 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 Credits

All music used in Runelanders is used under creative commons licencing, under license through SOCAN, or in the public domain.

We open and close our final episode of the season with the customary instrumental version of Amy Winehouse‘s hit “You Know I’m No Good”.

In between, you’ll find:
An instrumental version of “Hat Full of Sunshine” by Professor Elemental & Tom Caruana,
“Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthin’ Ta F- Wit'” by, unsurprsingly, the Wu-Tang Clan
“Some Place” by Nick Waterhouse
“Waiting Room” by Fugazi
“The Passenger” by Iggy Pop
“Delilah” by The Platters
“Girl From Ipanema” by Stan Getz with Astrud Gilberto
“Heart & Soul” by The Cleftones
“The Carny” by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
and finally, “Back to Black”, originally by Amy Winehouse but in this case performed by the Midnite String Quartet.


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