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Liberty: Tales from the Tower :: Entry 008: Infection

Posted by Archon Reeve on May 31, 2016

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Liberty_Tales 1400From the world of Liberty comes Tales From the Tower – Standalone stories of myths, legends, and horror to haunt the Citizens of Atrius.

This story has been released for publication from the Department of Public Affairs. The colony of Atrius prides itself in scientific study and advancement, but research suffers when unlawful Citizens don’t follow protocols. Discover how poor laboratory procedure causes one scientist to find himself on the terrifying side of Fringer studies.

“Infection” is read by Peter Lewis and features Special Guest Lani Minella. Join your host for this nighttime broadcast and and hope that the Archon watches over you.

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Credits:

 

Written by Emily Amesquita and Kaitlin Statz

Produced by Travis Vengroff

Read by Peter Lewis
Dr. Sabina Hayes :: Lani Minella
Dr. Florus Monroe :: Kaitlin Statz
Guard :: Max Lando
Researcher :: Travis Vengroff
Train Announcer :: Mike Kayatta

Mixing by Brandon Strader

“Tales From the Tower” Theme, Performed by Brandon Strader

Tales From the Tower art by Éanna Ó’Neill

Special Thanks to:
OUR KICKSTARTER BACKERS! | Dr. Wily of the NESKimos | Adam Cartwright | Cap Blackard

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Liberty is a Trademark of Travis Vengroff. For more information about the Liberty universe please follow us on facebook or email to thelibertycomic@gmail.com. May the Archon watch over you!
  • Delphi

    Really great episode, you guys. Peter Lewis was particularly fantastic during the series of audio logs.. I was listening to this on a crowded bus, and I don’t know if it was the heat of the other passengers or the swaying movement of the bus or the fact that I had closed my eyes to listen more closely or some combination of the three, but the later portions of his descent into madness actually made me feel a bit queasy. I’m not the type to normally get squeamish over anything so the fact you were able to get that kind of reaction out of me really says a lot, not just for the skills of your cast, but of your writers and your sound guy as well. Keep up the great work.

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