The Byron Chronicles – A Year In The Life: Episode 4 – In the Time of Rome


It has long been known that the Pale Man causes the Roman Empires collapse. But how did that happen? Why was it Byron fault? In a Time of Rome… That story is told.

Written by Eric L. Busby and Mindy Rast Keenan

Featured in the cast were
David Ault as Byron
Carissa DeWhitt as Max
Mindy Rast Keenan as the Mistress
Mark Olson as the Emporor
Philip Webber as Death
Cary Michael as the Gladiator
Sam A. Mowry as the Solder
And Karim C. Kronfli
with Darren Marlar as the Announcer

Announcer is Darren Marlar
Music by Kevin Macleod
Byron Theme by Kai Hartwig
Script edited by Rick Myers
This episode was produced, directed and engineered by Eric Busby.

Copyright 2016


The Byron Chronicles – A Year In The Life: Episode 4 – In the Time of Rome — 4 Comments

  1. Interesting. Things said in previous episodes hinted that he caused it deliberately because of something that was unleashed by humans. For example, in Autumn Twilight:

    “that’s why Rome fell, Byron. You allowed humans to be part of it. That’s why Portland will never work.”
    “I made mistakes in Rome, but I learned from them.”
    “But you utterly destroyed Rome.”
    “I… I had no choice. I couldn’t let it go on like that. They had unleashed the… I… I had to stop it. You understand that, don’t you?”
    “I do, my friend. However, in the end it was not vampires, witches, or even the lycan that forced your hand. It was the humans that unleashed the horror. They will do so again here in Portland. Your plan will never work so long as humans are part of it.”

    In this one it seems that what happened was carelessness on his part and the humans were just victims of it. Rome was pretty well destroyed before he summoned Death, and what was unleashed due to the weakness in the barriers between realms is what destroyed it.

    This is all assuming I’m not missing something. 😀

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