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Written by Eric L. Busby
Featured in the cast were
David Ault as Byron
Carissa DeWitt as Max
Peter Joseph Lewis as Mister Logan
Mark Kalita as The Vaudeville Man
Kevin Tremblay as The Librarian and Troll
Mark Olson as The Hell Demon
Darren Marlar as Lord Nicholas
Nichole Goodnight as Leviathan
and Karim C. Kronfli as Croatoan
Music by Kevin Macleod and Adrian von Ziegler
Byron Theme by Kai Hartwig
Script edited by Daniel Caicedo
This episode was produced, engineered and directed by Eric Busby.
Announcer is Mark Bruzee.
OH MY GOD!
Good job! What a magnificent mix of voice actors!
Totally worth the waiting!
Thank you, Eric. I am glad that you can still bring us more Byron. Loved it, as usual!
Haha! Love the broken door thing. It’s like the door in Byron’s Tale, but a lot older.
Also, I don’t know if it’s intentional, but I’ve noticed that some bits of dialog seem to be reused sometimes.
“Didn’t I tell/command you…”
“Yes… yes you did say that.”
“I’ve heard of you. The one who…”
Not bad, just something that got my attention.
This is an awesome episode as always, and it’ll be interesting to see how Byron gets out of this… if he does.
yes more Byron!!!!!
Hi everyone. I’ve been listening to the Byron Chronicles and I’m hooked up. Coming from Leviathan Chronicles I absolutely loved the cross-references between the two.
One point though, I started listening to the podcasts in their versioned order. Upon reaching episode 4.04 I got a little lost in how episodes link to one another.
Looking back I see that some episodes of season 4 were released longer before season 1,2 and 3. Are you supposed to listen to the episodes in chronological release order or the chapter numbering?
On the same note, how does season 5 and the “A Year in the Life” fit with the rest?
Always love listening to your work keep it up! Can’t wait for the next episode!
Still loving this story, but when did the music and sound effects become more important than being able to hear the dialogue? The older stuff was much better balanced. =/