Dresden Files – London Falling – Flowers Through The Stone – Session 5

Episode 165

We discuss our ambivalence toward Green Tea Chocolates before Allegory reviews a tea for us from across the pond!

As we failed utterly to interrogate the right person, and then failed to find anything in the Bingo hall we decided to try and go and deal with the Cults lock-up-garage.

Violence is applied in short controlled bursts, the recovery position is deployed, Magic is brought into effect, We play the most dangerous game of the floor is lava. With any luck they might be able to find the Cauldron before swarms of Golden Dawn descend upon them!

We also discuss the best way of falsifying Anthea’s police reports ready for her superiors.

Even better we think we have the Magic system down now, well with a bit of book work!

Another Note: Professor Elemental is playing the Reading Station Dome, Reading on the 20th of July Tickets available from Here go Listen to his Chap-Hop Stylings and musings upon tea!

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The Music is Constancy Part 3 by by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

This Podcast is Explicit and contains Archive, Archive becomes mesmerised by fluff, Anthea needs to look less like a police officer, “Not sure if that’s a bloke… or a bin”, Stealing a man’s Nando’s Loyalty Card, “Um the unknown man is having a little sleepy”, Crotch stomping isn’t my thing Crotch hammering is, Intelligent dog parkour, Warning Maths occuring, bad guys monologuing, “I Did A Murder!!!!”, and Nuada

2 Responses to “Dresden Files – London Falling – Flowers Through The Stone – Session 5”

  1. Cool post, do you mind if I link to it from my new blog/tea shop?
    Its called Lovely Tea Teas? Thanks in advance – Oliver aka Mr Tea

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