Life is simple In the small town of Stonesend, Maine. Here people go about their daily routines with hardly any deviation. But as thick fog settles upon the town, residents have gone missing and those that have vanished are forgotten. These are strange times in Stonesend. Will our protagonists be able to solve the mystery or will they too be forgotten?
After escaping Allison’s Labyrinth, our heroes have woken up on August 2nd once again. However more time has passed than what they realized. With people vanishing around Stonesend, time is dwindling and so are their options. There is a story to be learned, but will our heroes rush to to save Stonesend before they have answers?
This week we take a bit of a break from the normal episode and interview Leo on what he thinks about everything so far. As well as chatting with Ian about his excitement for the campaign, show and things to come.
GORE WARNING THIS EPISODE
Still trapped in the wooden construct labyrinth, our heroes discover more about the Velmont family and what happened the night of the play. With the secret of the parse revealed to them they have the tools at their disposal to reverse Stonesend's curse. They also learn that if they are to do this, it will require everyone to work together.
Trapped in a wooden construct maze, our protagonists look for answers and a way out. But something lurks in these halls. A chilling breath seeps through the walls as new pieces are put in play. With the powerful truth about Parsing just within their grasps, our heroes seek answers that no one is truly prepared for.
After waking up, our protagonists have no recollection of what happened after the play. With words appearing on their bodies like tattoos, many questions are raised. Beyond that something strange is happening to the people of Stonesend....
We meet our lead characters (and players) on an average day in Stonesend, Maine. It is August 2nd 2019, today marks the one year anniversary of a 6 year old child named Allison Velmont going missing. While many people in town plan on going to the Velmont mansion for the memorial service, others busy themselves with something else...