Ep. 5 – Echoes

Twenty-second recording made by The Raconteur. When the satellite was recovered twelve years ago, most antiquarians believed it to date back to the Epoch of Renewal. However, evidence has now led us to believe that a great regression in technology occurred following the end of the Epoch of Profanation. This, paired with the recent discovery of similarly designed technologies within the Profanation Epoch’s stratum has spurred us to revise our theory, and place the launch of the satellite at the tail end of the Epoch of Profanation.

“The course of one’s life can be determined and diverted by so many forces. Some forces interior, some exterior. But whatever the cause, invariably the traveler is left with naught but one perilous question: What might have been?”

The Inimitable Masako – geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/masak…mt=1&app=music

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Ep. 3 – The Wolf, The Spider, and The Zebra

Fourth piece recorded by The Raconteur. It’s been difficult trying to pinpoint when exactly these recordings were made, much less where. All we currently do know is that we’ve found no piece of digital data that post-dates these recordings anywhere in the world.

“Where should one’s loyalty lie? Should one lie to maintain that loyalty? In the end, the marriage of lies and loyalty begets not merely discord, but devastation.”

The Inimitable Masako – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/masako/id516646114?app=music&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

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Episode 2 – The Lost Tributary

Seventh piece recorded by The Raconteur. The order seems random, though deliberately organized in such a way that could suggest a design.

 

“Never doubt a man to compromise everything he believes if he thinks he can get everything he wants.”

 

The Inimitable Masako –  https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/masako/id516646114?mt=1&app=music

 

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Episode 1 – The Parade Soldier

Time stamp data indicates that this is chronologically the second piece recorded by The Raconteur, yet placed first in his order. The data recovered from the ancient satellite of the first recording is corrupted.

“It is natural for a man who is short of stature to climb upon the shoulders of greater men to seem taller. In the end though, he fools no one but himself, and looks all the smaller for it.”

The inimitable Masako – https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/masako/id516646114?mt=1&app=music