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(Content warning: This chapter contains graphic descriptions of trench warfare. Normally I leave warnings like this to the podcast description and front page of the website, but this chapter is significantly more intense than any previous ones. If a setting on the front lines of a war may cause you distress, please make sure you take proper care of yourself or perhaps choose not to listen. Skipping this chapter will not prevent you from following the story of Twig.)
As your holiday gift, dear listeners, I present to you the end of Arc 2. Our good friend Loren Sherman returns once again as the voice of Reverend Mauer – do you suppose his first name is actually Reverend? – in a gripping flashback. What happened on the fateful day set this man on his holy crusade against the Academy? Who is Mauer’s comrade with the vaguely Southern accent? Why did Mauer have a shiny thing in his mouth in 2.11? The answers to these questions and more lie within this chapter.
Coming soon to a podcast client near you: Arc 3, Lips Sealed. Subscribe, review, stay tuned, and donate to wildbow on his donation page and his Patreon. Thanks for listening!
Music for this arc is “Babylon” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License. Learn more at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/.
The reading quality in this is better than the worm audiobook, I don’t think you have much to worry about.
tl;dr How do I reddit?
Now that I’ve published two full arcs I’m considering posting this on /r/Parahumans, which seems to be a hub for wildbow fans. I’m unreasonably nervous about doing this, though, since I’ve never “reddited” before in my life. All I know is that the internet can be a nasty place sometimes. Any words of advice or encouragement?
first of all thank you, I’m really enjoying this arc and I’m very excited to see what happens next with the lambs.
As to reddit, I haven’t reddited much either, but I don’t think you have much to worry about; your work is good and very fun to listen to and I think they’ll appreciate it like I do. Plus, from my limited experience with the wilbow fandom they do a pretty good job keeping the trolls out. good luck.