Posts Tagged ‘The Midday Darkness’

Episode 42: The Ultimate Question

As Monson discovers who has been behind the battle, Baroty Bridge, and the death of his Grandfather, The Heart of the Midday Darkness continues to rampage Coren. Fearing that his friends will be killed, Monson goes head to head with Gibson only to find himself facing two monsters. As he watches a friend fall, Monson […]

Episode 41: The Heart of the Midday Darkness

As Monson accepts his fate to be sacrificed, his friend’s have other ideas for his future. After a battle with Baroty’s reinforcements, Monson tries one last time to get answers from Baroty. As Monson’s hope for answers dies, a new threat is born.

Episode 40a: The Truth at Baroty Bridge

Monson battles Damion to save Cyann. As Monson expected, Baroty continues to use the people of Coren Valley to further his diabolical plans. A final confrontation with Baroty has Monson questioning who he is and what his fate will be.

Episode 39: The Midday Darkness & Dragoons, Duos, and Diamonds

Monson and his friends hatch a plan to battle the midday darkness. Just as it seems that they are done for, they are saved by a most unusual creature. As Mr. Gatt and Brian confirm their worst fears, Monson is once again left alone to rescue his friends.  As he draws closer to his goal, […]

Episode 38: The Sacrifice of Molly Pennmentail

Betrayed, outnumbered, and outgunned, Monson looses control of his power. As reinforcements arrive to mend Monson and shore up the fight against Baroty, Molly gives Monson a staggering ultimatum. With newfound power, Monson and his friends fight against Baroty and his goons, only to be faced with a new threat of imminent destruction.

Episode 31: Sage & Paparazzi

Kylie reveals why she came to Coren University. The group discovers some insight on the history of Coren Valley. The day of the Spring Solstice, Monson’s nerves get the best of him. As the night of the dance approaches, Monson is met with glitz, glamour, flash bulbs, and runs into a sticky situation, literally.

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