The guys are done w/ the caverns below the mountain, and now it’s time to move on up to the top! To the deluxe ancient temple in the sky! 96 is a decent episode to check out if you’ve never heard the show before, as the guys talk a bit about their characters and the goodies that come along with becoming level 8!
The delve under Crying Eye Mountain continues! Little fungus men want to be the guys’ friends or something! Other things try to kill the dudes! More chasms! And do they finally find a way up to the temple of Khal Ohm Han?
Ep 92 – Crying Eye Pt 7: They Just Want To Be You
Ep 93 – Crying Eye Pt 8: More Fungal Fun
Ep 94 – Crying Eye Pt 9: Back in the Stink Dark
Ep 95 – Crying Eye Pt 10: How Big Are These Dang Caves?
Flynt was born and raised in Magnimar to Varisian parents, who found themselves residents of Beacon’s Point due to fact they could find steady work around the shipyard. His father, Martin, was a sailor and fisherman. Martin met his wife, Sal, who works as a barmaid at the Left-Handed Lobster, one of the small seedy taverns surrounding the shipyard and worker’s district. As Martin got older he suffered an injury on the job that caused him to give up fishing. But not before he taught his son Flynt a thing or two about making a living as one of the sea faring folk. Martin turned his talents towards net repair and this led him to meet the Fortuna family. The Fortunas, led by their matriarch Mommy Fortuna, run the dockside Fortuna Fishing Company. Being full blooded Varisian themselves, the family gladly hired Martin to repair their many nets. Through this association, Flynt soon found himself also in the employ of the Fortuna family. Working as a dockhand, fisherman and occasional sailor, Flynt eventually found himself overseeing the distribution of product among the warehouses and the various businesses the Fortuna Fishing Co. supplied. It was a lot of fish. So much fish that Flynt figured if some of those fish went missing they would most assuredly go unnoticed.
Growing up in Beacon’s Point it’s hard to ignore the desperation and poverty of the district. Rag’s End, the poorest neighborhood in Beacon’s Point, was but a stones throw from Flynt’s tiny one-room apartment. So Flynt began to skim fish off the top and in the classic Continue reading “Flynt’s Tale – A PG3DD Origin Story”→