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Known As

Ethan Drake
Declan Riordan
Nolan McTavish
Ethan Drake
Father Kellan Riordan
Ian Thistle

on MUX as

The Pedagogue

Has Been

Anthropology Professor
Tenochtitlan Station Overseer
Lodge Groundskeeper
The Unbreakable Man/Roustabout
Priest/Theological Anthropologist
Highschool History Teacher

Apparent Age


Played By

Rob Lowe
India Gants

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This is someone who lives to learn, to uncover, to discover, and then pass that knowledge on to others. They are old school, preferring putting pen to paper and chalk to board to write down their thought processes, and lecture face to face rather than via screens. They shepherd knowledge and learners, while being ever open to learning themselves.

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Learning and teaching, that's what's important. You will never know even a fraction of everything there is to know, and that inspires you to try. Teaching others makes you happiest of all.

In the Facility

Things That Linger

His first name always seems to end in "an". He also seems to have a habit of dying beside The Creepshow. He also seems to make a sacrifice of himself to save others, not always fatally.

The Pedagogue's Door


The Pedagogue's Room

The bed is old, burnished wood, a four poster that looks like it belongs in an old money mansion somewhere. There are framed maps, old scrolls, and pictographs on the walls. There is also a chalkboard on one wall, with a box of chalk beside it. Like a teacher would have in a classroom. Another wall is filled with books in recessed shelves, a library's worth, with a rail ladder to reach the highest shelves. It's looks like somewhere Sherlock Holmes might smoke a pipe and read.

The most notable wall has three things on it: the familiar first rubbing Professor Ethan Drake took at the temple in the ruins on the Isle of Dread. It is in a frame on the furthest edge of the wall across from the bed, and well lit. Beside it in a sleek futuristic frame is a beautifully rendered schematic of Tenochtitlan Station, the one that hung in Overseer Riordan's office.Beside that is an old frame made of wood and horseshoe nails with sigils burned into it. It frames the page from Nolan's copy of the Claviculus Salomonis bearing the magical circle and triangle. Beside that is a frame which holds a handwritten letter from Lyle Lucas to Ethan Drake, written during the terrors of the Eager Beaver Lodge. The recessed lights seem to indicate there are spaces for more things to be hung beside these.

Memento Mori

Isle of Dread

A rubbing taken from the etchings on the Temple Ruins.

Alien Mutation

A schematic drawing of Tenochtitlan Station, indicating the maintenance access routes.

Prosperity's Price

A page from the Claviculus Salomonis, depicting the magical circle and magical triangle used in the summoning and banishing of demons.


The Love Letter Lyle wrote to Ethan before having his eye scooped out by Matthew, hanging on the wall in a frame, and a blue swatch watch that belonged to Lyle.


No memento mori from this story yet.

Project Icarus

A page from Father Kellan's Bible, specifically, Revelations 6:1-8

Bonds of Blood

A page from his gradebook. It is from a class of mostly Facility-based students.

The Last Road

No memento mori from this story yet.


After the Island, he tested his Anthropology knowledge and found he retained it. He still had it after the Alien Mutation scenario.


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I feel like this is a real thing, the life I lived with and in memory of you. I still love you outside of the context of those two lives, here in this place where we are essentially prisoners. Loving you makes it feel less like punishment, and more like discovery.



We've died side by side three times. We've been strangers, friends, and lovers. Do we have some connection outside of this place? You trusted me to free you, and this place repaid that trust with kindness to you. I'm glad.

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If I am really Ethan, then you are really my lifelong friend and sounding board, and I am grateful to have you here, even if I would love for you to be free.

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We have so much in common, with our obsession with learning. I think that as Roen you really influenced much of my life as Ethan. Thank you.


Candace Walters (Isle of Dread)

Rich Snob
The society BFF of Hailey Turning, and the nemesis of Professor Ethan Drake. They do NOT get along, and Candace is constantly trying to make Hailey see what a lech her boyfriend is.


Hailey Turning (Isle of Dread)

Grad Student
The girlfriend of Professor Ethan Drake, and one of his cultural anthropology graduate students. Gasp! The scandal. Her parents are loaded and her boyfriend is twice her age. Her best friend hates her boyfriend, and her boyfriend's assistant hates her. What could possibly go wrong?


Velma Dunkelstein (Isle of Dread)

Research Assistant
The much beleaguered research assistant of Professor Ethan Drake. She does almost all of the work, and gets pretty much none of the credit. She loathes whatever young flavor-of-the-month is on her boss' arm, but someday he'll notice her! Right? RIGHT!?


Hannah Riordan (Alien Mutation)

The daughter of Declan and Kate Riordan, she followed in her mother's footsteps and became an engineer, just for Penumbra instead of Seegson. Like her father, however, she is obsessed with learning how her mother died on Sevastapol Station shortly after she and her father were sent off it during the decommissioning.


Adam (Alien Mutation)

Synthetic Assistant
Adam is a synthetic of the personal assistant line. He takes care of all of Declan's appointment keeping, much of the accounting, and handles day to day duties for the Overseer. He is like a concierge and a secretary rolled into one. One that never tires.


Sonia Morgan (Alien Mutation)

Penumbra Legal Attache
Sonia was sent by Penumbra as a Legal Attache for the station, and works directly under Declan Riordan. She is cold, aloof, and painfully logical, but helps keep the station within legal parameters. Expect her to be handing out waivers for people to sign at every instance.


Avery Merrit (Prosperity's Price)

Retired Outlaw
Avery Merrit was an Outlaw for many years. He participated in many a heist, bank robbery, train robbery, and plain old robbery. He's now on Nolan's payroll, and sent to acquire items of interest to the Librarian that can't be bought, or which the MacTavish man can't be seen acquiring himself. Occult things.


Daisy Dillon (Prosperity's Price)

Saloon Girl
Daisy is a "saloon girl", aka prostitute, at the MacTavish establishment. She's also the eyes and ears of Nolan MacTavish to feed him news on any supernatural things her often boozed up clients rattle on about. He calls her his little sparrow, and she gets paid well for helping him with his intel.


Frank Butler (Prosperity's Price)

Drunk Gambler
Frank is one of the town drunks, with a perpetual gambling debt. Or so he seems. In truth, he's always lurking around listening for any rumors of anything strange going on for the man who keeps paying off his debts, that Librarian MacTavish. It's a good gig, where he gets to drink, so long as he stays coherent enough to remember what he heard.


Ranier "Rat" Tattersall (Slasher)

Drug Dealer
Don't call him Ranier. He goes by Rat. He's been a rebel and a punker since he was 13, and by 18 his wealthy parents kicked him out after his second juvie arrest for Breaking and Entering. Since then, he's lived the (literal) high life as a drug dealer, supplying his (way too) hard-working best friend, Ethan Drake. He provides Ethan with booze and drugs, and Ethan tells him which lodge rooms he can squat in because they're empty.


Darcy Mercer (Slasher)

Sorority Sister and Horror Afficionado
Darcy loves horror movies. She's an English Major and Zeta Eta Pi member, who fully plans on writing movie scripts for Hollywood some day, and horror is her chosen genre. She's watched every horror movie imaginable. She can (and does) spout out the tropes to anyone willing to listen, or acting like one of those idiot kids in the movies that gets themselves slaughtered. She comes from old money, adores the color pink despite it allegedly being bad on redheads, and her freckled face is always made up perfectly.


Gunter Hellstrom (Carnival)

Freakshow Dwarf
Brother of Greta. He is a dwarf at only 3 feet 7 inches tall, a sharp contrast to his older sister, who is over 7 feet in height. He is know for his sharp wit and cantankerous personality, also in sharp contrast to his gentle sweet sister. He performs in the 10-in-1 as Lit the Dwarf, names after the Norse Dwarf kicked into Baldr's funeral pyre by Thor in the Edda.

The pair came over from Finland as children, and their mother told them the stories of the Norse pantheon, including tales of the Jotunn and the Dwarves, to make them feel comfortable in their skins. They joined the Carnival of Wonders a year ago, after meeting Baldr and realizing he was the god himself. they worship him.


Greta Hellstrom (Carnival)

Freakshow Giant
Sister of Gunter. She performs in the 10-in-1 as the Jotunn, claiming to be a Norse Giantess. She is over seven feet tall, and wears men's garments that have to be altered to fit her height. People can pay extra to be photographed beside her to show how enormous she is.

The pair came over from Finland as children, and their mother told them the stories of the Norse pantheon, including tales of the Jotunn and the Dwarves, to make them feel comfortable in their skins. They joined the Carnival of Wonders a year ago, after meeting Baldr and realizing he was the god himself. they worship him.


Lars Holmgren (Carnival)

Lars is a Roustie with the Carnival of wonders, and a secret worshipper of Baldr. He and his sister came to this country from Sweden a decade ago so his sister could teach at a school for the deaf, and carried the beliefs of the old country with him.

He lived with his deaf sister until the Carnivale came through two years ago, and he recognized Baldr for who he truly was. As the god had lost his voice, he joined to serve as one for man, as he knew ASL due to his sister's deafness.

He works as a roustabout and often mans Colossus during the day.


Sister Francis (Project Icarus)

Nun/Assistant to Father Riordan
Sister Francis is the official assistant to Father Kellan Riordan, and a nun of the Penitent Order. She is perpetually displeased with the behavior of the Devil's Advocate, but tolerates him because she has been ordered to.


Detective Mason Cross (Bonds of Blood)

Police Detective
Mason Cross has lived in Lake Havasu all his life. He only left for college to get a BS in Criminal Justice, then returned and entered the police academy. After 5 years as a patrol officer, he passed the Detective's Exam at the age of 28. Now a Detective Sergeant, he works diligently to investigate the murders and disappearances in the city.

His brother and his wife are religious fanatics, so they're estranged, but his brother's child, Rooney, has gotten mixed up with a gang to get away from them. He has tried to give her a place to go, but so far she hasn't taken him up on it.


Lilah Callahan (Bonds of Blood)

Lilah came to town in the middle of her junior year with her mother. She was beautiful, mysterious, and seemed like she was wealthy. All a great lure for the teens of Lake Havasu High School. She even caught the notice of Landon Marchant and the two began dating not long after her arrival.

However, the Marchants figured out that Lilah did not have wealth, and the only mystery was that her father was in prison for embezzling money from the accounting firm he worked for back in Chicago. She became very much less desirable, and Landon's brother, Lucas, sabotaged the relationship to end it.

Lilah was hurt, very hurt and very angry that her secrets also were aired, and everyone who knew now looked down on her. That can't end well.


Bird (The Last Road)

Finder of Shiny Things
The crow was injured when Shaitan found it 2 years ago. She nursed it back to health and it bonded with her for feeding it. He is good at finding shiny things in the Wastes, and knows a couple of commands. He's kind of an asshole though, tending to peck or bite at anyone who comes near him that isn't Shai.


Ethan Drake (Isle of Dread)

You were a history nerd as a kid, playing with plastic Roman legions and WWII board games, but switched to cultural anthropology as field of study to get out in the field and get your hands dirty. Being a historian would've been too stuffy, stuck behind a desk all day, reading and writing dry, boring texts. You're smart, but you're a doer, not a scholar. You got into teaching because you love sharing and spreading knowledge.

Unfortunately, you also like sleeping with your students. Hailey, your current girlfriend, is half your age but a grad student, so she's not technically as scandalous as others have been. Her family is rich, and she bought you both tickets to this festival at $10k a pop, so you had no choice but to go or you'd be an asshole. It's not that bad, though - a month on a tropical island with Hailey (and many other gorgeous young women) in bikinis? You can handle that. Plus there are some ruins on the island you'd love to check out if the opportunity arises.


Declan Riordan (Alien Mutation)

You've been working space stations for most of your adult life. You met your wife on a station. You moved to work together on Sevastopol and had a daughter. Life was good. Then Sevastopol went to hell. You and the kid made it out. Your wife did not. A decade later and you take the job as Overseer of Tenochtitlan to put you back in the system where she died, hoping to find out what happened. Your daughter, now grown up, has done the same. All you want is closure.

You're basically a dictator - that's what your position essentially is - but you're a benevolent dictator. Penumbra treats its employees better than a lot of companies, and you do the best by yours. You're a teacher, a father figure, and a friend. Your crew know they can trust you and that you trust them.


Nolan McTavish (Prosperity's Price)

The firstborn son of Robert McTavish inherited his father’s sharp mind, but his interest turned more to the supernatural and spiritual aspects of town and world history. He might have been something more physical had he not contracted tuberculosis in his teen years. He left Prosperity at 18 for his higher education (and to get more advanced medical treatment than he could in the West) and, after earning his undergraduate in Ancient History and languages, he attended the School of Library Economy at Columbia in New York City for his master’s degree in Library Sciences. This, he believed, was a key to being able to bring books in, on all topics, from all countries, and allow him to delve deeper into the mysteries of the occult without raising too many eyebrows. He returned in 1898 and established the Prosperity Library. His father betrothed him to new arrival Delia Edison, not of the blood but coming with wealth, but he had no desire to marry and have to explain his secret work. He was also involved with another individual who knew his true scholarly purpose, to end the curse. Delia discovered his infidelity and committed suicide. With her dying breath she cursed Nolan and became a shade that haunts him. He is an enigma to many, as his body begins to show the signs of his illness.


Ethan Drake (Slasher)

Ethan was a nerd growing up - he loved history, played with miniatures and toy armies, and re-enacted famous historical moments. Then high school came along, hormones took over, and he decided that being cool and getting laid were more important. His grades dipped and his attention to school slacked off as all his time went into his after school job that was paying for the restoration of his 'bitchin Camaro'. It was a chick magnet.

Somewhere along the way he decided college wasn't for him, his family wasn't rich and his grades weren't great anyway. He got a job at the lodge, over 90 miles from home, living on the premises and doing grounds and maintenance work. It was great bachelor living, and he was always sleeping with tourists so relationships didn't drag him down, but he's started to realize that he has no actual future. What's he doing with his life? Is he going to trim trees and fix toilets forever? And deep down he never stopped being a history nerd with a fascination with people. Maybe he should have studied more, got better grades. Maybe it's too late, now. It feels like his years are being wasted and he is losing a grip on his frustration.


Baldr (Carnival)

Coming To America

We were here before the Spaniards, the English, the French. We were here before everyone except the Native Americans. Leif, the son of Erik the Red, brought us to the continent shortly after the turn of the millennium. The first millennium that is. Vinland was founded in the valley of the gulf of St. Lawrence, and a ship repair station was built at L’Anse aux Meadows. They populated Leifsbudir, Straumfjǫrðr, and Hóp, and over time began moving southwards into what would become America centuries later, for trade or war with the skrælingjar.

We were almost forgotten, until Columbus made a big to-do about the New World, and ships began arriving. With them came some of our people, from Greenland, Iceland, and Scandinavia. Many remembered, in their bones and their fiery blood, the old gods. They woke us from our slumber once more, drawing us down from Vinland with beliefs in Odin and his sons: Thor, Baldr and Hodr, and the adopted Loki. The told their children the tales of the Valkyries, the Jotunn, and the threat of Ragnarok, and left their offerings to us in the woods. Only the indigenous gods of the Native Americans have walked this soil longer than we have. But we were never as strong here as they were.

And we would be weaker still, when the onslaught of Christianity would dub us gods of paganism, make us criminal to worship, put our people at risk of death or ostracism should they raise their faces to the summer sun and thank Baldr the Beautiful for it’s light. We withered, and still do. Only a smattering of our people still think of us as more than stories or myth. We needed to find a new source of worship.

The Unbreakable Man

Baldr's memory is spotty when the last century or so is concerned. So much of the knowledge of the Norse gods, their lives, and their rich mythology has faded from this land. His wife, Nanni, and his son, Forsetti, have already been forgotten, and so they are no longer in his memory. This has caused a strange situation for the once loving and high living god. He believes he has no family, no love, because he is Baldr the Pure, and thus he is chaste. If he stops being chaste, he will cease to have powers.

Odin and Thor and Loki are still well known thanks to literature and art in the modern day, but many of their kin have faded or are on the cusp of it. Baldr and Hodr are especially vulnerable, having only appeared in the Prose Edda, a level of scholarly literature few in the Depression can find, let alone read. They joined the Carnival at its inception, desperate to find some form of worship.

Some time ago, Loki tricked Hodr into serving Baldr a cup of tea steeped in mistletoe, the one thing that his mother did not get to swear not to harm him. It destroyed his voice. Since then, he's carried a slate, like those used by school children, on a chain on his belt and a piece of chalk on a string around his neck, to write out what he needs to. He also knows some sign language, but not many of the Carnival workers do. Lars Holmgren does, though, and acts as his voice in most situations. He has also compiled a notebook of instructions regarding the Carnival's set up and take down, the building and running of the various rides, etc, which he uses to teach new roustabouts.

Baldr typically hides his true form from all but the Carnival members. He most often takes the form of Logan Odinson, the oddly young Head Roustabout who works hard, and teaches new people the ropes of setting up and taking down the show, and operating the rides.

Baldr occasionally takes his true form and performs on the midway as the Unbreakable Man. Rubes can pay money to throw things at him and watch them bounce off. This act is usually only performed on the final night in a town, because it has the risk of starting a riot among the bible-clutching folk who see an impossibly beautiful man who cannot be hurt. He's been mistaken for Jesus, or Satan, equally, and both are equally bad for the show.


Father Kellan Riordan (Project Icarus)

Father Kellan Riordan is the great grandson of former Penumbra executive Declan Riordan, thanks to Declan's daughter escaping from the ill-fated Tenotchitlan Station. Hannah Riordan went on to marry and have a large family, keeping her last name and passing it on to her children and grandchildren.

Unlike most of the family, who went into Engineering in some form or another, Kellan went into a seminary to study Theology, then focused on Comparative Religion,Religious History, ad Theological Anthropology.

Among his own priesthood he is known as "The Devil's Advocate", debunking miracles and saints, and finding the real attributions of historical artifacts and relics to their origins rather than letting them be co-opted wholesale by Christianity.

He also chain smokes, drinks, and curses.


Ian Thistle (Bonds of Blood)

Nancy and Ray's younger sibling. History Teacher at the highschool. Husband of (TBD), highschool Drama teacher. Father of (Coward).

First Story: Isle of Dread

Priests and cannibals, prehistoric animals

Everybody happy as the dead come home

Big black nemesis, parthenogenesis

No one move a muscle as the dead come home

Shriekback - Nemesis

Ultimate Sacrifice

Consciously chose to sacrifice their life
for others, to their grisly end.

"Real magic can never be made by offering someone
else's liver. You must tear out your own, and not expect
to get it back." — Peter S. Beagle

Active Character:
Alien Mutation

Perfect organism. Its structural perfection is

matched only by its hostility.

Ash - Alien

And it Exploded!

Member of the Death by Explosion Club.

"What they might lack in intelligence, they make up for with sheer quantities of high explosive." - Simon Morden

Bad Kitty!

Defeat Barbas, the Lion of the Pit,
on Mythic difficulty!

"Greed has taken the whole universe, and nobody is worried about their soul." — Little Richard

Roasted Rattler

Leviathan, Queen of Envy, Serpent of the
Lake of Fire... back to the kiddie pool!

"To all apparent beauties blind, each blemish strikes
an envious mind." — Benjamin Franklin

Gone to the Last Roundup

Died in the course of events in Prosperity's Price.

"Learn this well, the last ride is never the last ride.
And the end is not the end."
— Richard Rowland

Active Character:
Prosperity's Price

All Hell, no handbasket.

"Can't you hurry this up a bit? I hear they eat dinner in Hades at twelve sharp and I don't aim to be late." — Black Jack Ketchum

Out of the Woods

Cause if I gotta spend another minute with you

I don't think that I can really survive

I'll never break my promise or forget my vow

But God only knows what I can do right now

Meatloaf - Paradise by the Dashboard Light

First of May

Hooked up in the woods.

So we went to the park together

We were walking in the midday sun

Met all kinds of people and we fucked everyone

Jonathan Coulton - First of May

Active Character: Slasher

You're dyin' and you're screamin' inside

Oh you're guilty way before you been tried

It's crazy but you're diggin' it

Aerosmith - Young Lust

Back to the Blackboard
(2019-10-28 • Hall of Rooms - Pedagogue's Room) After their foray into the 1990's and battling bloody vampires Rogue looks in on Pedagogue to find equilibrium, bring food, and start spelunking the deeper secrets of the Facility.
Cast  •   The Rogue  •  The Pedagogue  •
Bedlam in Joberg, Pt.1
(2019-03-13 • Anywhere Room - Johannesburg, South Africa) Finding a creative solution for his own wanderlust, and Rogue's identity disconnect the Pedagogue charts a course creative.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Rogue  •
Bedlam in Joberg, Pt.2
(2019-03-13 • South Africa) After a week of visiting cities, Ethan and Lyle head out to Mpumalanga to visit some landmarks, and wind up having to hike after a rhino encounter.
Cast  •   The Rogue  •  The Pedagogue  •
(2019-03-12 • The Facility - Dining Room) Folks gather for a meal, and Creepy makes someone a gift.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Martyr  •  The Rogue  •  The Creepshow  •
Then Just Hold On
(2019-03-10 • Facility - Rogue's Bunker) After PDG breaks a hand skating he and Rogue retire to the bunker to do healing on many fronts, and Rogue comes clean with some guilt.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Rogue  •
A Commercial on the Radio
(2019-03-08 • Parlor) Creepshow shows up with a new face, the radio plays an advertisement, people question what this place even is.
Cast  •   The Loner  •  The Creepshow  •  The Rogue  •  The Scholar  •  The Coward  •  The Pedagogue  •
Death of an Archetype
(2019-03-08 • Pedagogue's Room) The Creepshow gets her wish.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Creepshow  •  The Explorer  •  The Penitent  •  The Rogue  •  The Scholar  •  The Coward  •
Alone Again
(2019-03-07 • Creepshow's Room) Pedagogue checks in on Creepy. It goes as well as you'd expect.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Creepshow  •
Then The Morning Comes
(2019-03-04 • Pedagogue's Room) Rogue wakes up somewhere he did not fall asleep, and has a bit of a crisis, but all ends well.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Rogue  •
Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another
(2019-03-03 • Hall of Doors and Parlor) Various people emerge from their rooms to mixed results.
Cast  •   The Martyr  •  The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rogue  •  The Lover  •  The Bravo  •  The Addict  •  The Vigilante  •  The Penitent  •  The Pedagogue  •
Home on Deranged
(2019-03-03 • Anywhere Room - Eugene, OR - 1990) PDG and Coward take Rogue and Scholar to see what the boys did with Lyle's inheritance in 1990.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Coward  •  The Rogue  •  The Scholar  •
The Boys Are Back In Town
(2019-03-01 • Hallway/The Rogue's Room) The Pedagogue wakes up in the Facility for the fourth time, and all he can think of is that Lyle Lucas could possibly be there. Reunion!
Cast  •   The Rogue  •  The Pedagogue  •
Future Imperfect
(2018-12-21 • The Facility - Dining Room) Two McTavishes and a Dewitt walk into a dining room, and theorize what the Facility is over favorite foods.
Cast  •   The Confidant  •  The Loner  •  The Pedagogue  •
The Twilight Zone, Without The Fun
(2018-12-16 • The Facility - Parlor) The Coward, the Pedagogue, and the Creepshow talk about why the Facility sucks.
Cast  •   The Creepshow  •  The Coward  •  The Pedagogue  •
Home Fries and Hypnosis
(2018-12-15 • The Facility - Dining Room) The Pedagogue meets the new Bravo over breakfast for dinner. They discuss their thoughts on what the Facility is.
Cast  •   The Bravo  •  The Pedagogue  •
No Longer Nolan
(2018-12-10 • The Pedagogue's Room - The Facility) The Pedagogue wakes in the Facility after his third death. It's harder this time, to shake his most recent life.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •
Bloody Morning
(2018-10-12 • The Parlor) A gathering of archetypes in the Facility parlor leads to more questions than answers, as ever.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Explorer  •  The Visionary  •  The Hunter  •  The Capitalist  •  The Defender  •  The Fool  •
What Is Your Worth?
(2018-10-03 • Creepshow's Room) The Pedagogue goes in search of his nightlight from the station, and finds a broken Creepshow. Their roles reverse.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Creepshow  •
Who Am I?
(2018-10-02 • Pedagogue's Room) The Pedagogue wakes in the Facility after dying on Tenochtitlan Station.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •
Fruit Loops
(2018-08-05 • The Dining Room) Several Archetypes converse about the nature of their new reality. A previously unseen Archetype makes a baffling appearance.
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Survivor  •  The Creepshow  •  The Lover  •
Waking Up Is Hard To Do
(2018-07-30 • The Facility) Some of the sacrifice volunteers wake up in the facility, and find others already there, and some things that have changed.
Cast  •   The Avant-Garde  •  The Capitalist  •  The Creepshow  •  The Hunter  •  The Pedagogue  •  The Penitent  •  The Perfectionist  •
Four New Arrivals
(2018-07-22 • The Facility) After the sacrifice on the island, several new Archetypes show up in the Facility
Cast  •   The Pedagogue  •  The Avant-Garde  •  The Perfectionist  •  The Creepshow  •  The Hunter  •  The Capitalist  •  The Penitent  •