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Pernorma Tower: Magus Sagari's Mediocre Trip

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A few years ago, the nebeluga whale soared through the sky carefree and happy as can be. Then a planet blindsided it and it died on impact. Rude. The denizens of Hearth were bewitched and fascinated by the sudden space whale corpse. How could something so big fly through space like that without wings or anything? Why did it not decompose? Why did none the animals at least try sampling a taste? Magus Sagari volunteered to find out. Hefting the corpse onto his tower, Sagari planned to explore the insides of the dead space whale to investigate the secrets it held. Unfortunately, after accidentally striking a few nerves, the dead nebeluga whale's float sacs reactivated and hurtled him to the sky. Now his home lay trapped, endlessly drifting across the planetain of Hearth, never to break atmosphere, but never to land again. Now Magus Sagari does weather reports!


This is our art for episode 9: Magus Sagari's Mediocre Trip. To hear the full episode, visit http://maguselgar.com or you can hear a sample right here!

https://soundcloud.com/maguselgar/9sample


Artwork by Askhat Mizambekov

https://www.artstation.com/conte

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