4.21: Second Citadel--The Ocean Oracle (Part 1)

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Sir Lamorak of the Piercing Eye, so named for his ability to see through any situation, is not used to house calls. He moved to Silvershore, in part, to get away from house calls -- and yet today his home is full of enemies, new and old, and none of them are willing to leave until they get what they want from him.

Welcome to the Penumbra, dear Traveler. We hope you enjoy your stay.

(Trigger warnings can be found at the bottom of this episode description and at the end of the transcript.)

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Transcripts will come out along with the public release of the episode.

On staff at the Penumbra:

Alice Chuang -- Head of Design

Ginny D'Angelo -- Head of Merchandise and Outreach

Melissa DeJesus -- Script editing team

Milo Ellersick -- Promotional artist

Harley Takagi Kaner -- Co-creator, Head of Episode Development, Director, Sound designer

Joelle Kross -- Transcriptionist

Noah Simes -- Production manager

Grahame Turner -- Script editing team

Kevin Vibert -- Co-creator, Head of Operations, Lead writer

Ryan Vibert -- Composer and performer of original music

Recorded by Mertz at The Bridge Sound & Stage

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Attribution: Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license.

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode "Kind of Girl" by Jeris, featuring spinningmerkaba

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Trigger warnings:

- Violence and threats of violence

- Deception

- Deep water and drowning

- Enclosed spaces

- Depictions of being hunted or chased

- Depictions of xenophobia

- Death and discussion of death

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