Lawthrin and Korvoth have to deal with a crisis and aren't even sure what will happen next.
Kam gets a hasty promotion and a direct order from Thazon to produce more ships than anyone has in history. Kam Novir already has a plan to do just that.
Kam helps his engineers learn the skills they'll need to make the first of many Crusovar class star ships.
Korvinus claws his way across the landscape. Called toward and ancient carving of living stone.
Kam patiently answers any and all questions that fall forth from his son's agile mind.
Korvinus awakens, trapped and buried under a pile of dead plant matter, something large and curious growling nearby.
Korvoth wants to be taught survival skills and inquires about the similarities between himself and Venoz.
Kam sets the tone for a fresh batch of arriving Engineers at his Shipyard and Colony.
Korvinus teaches Etha how to use the gun he created, and why she should.
Kam and Vildar pick up something needful from an unsavory place.
Desperate and wounded Korvinus pushes into strange territory in order to protect Etha from certain death.
Most of this weeks discussion is about the tension between Kam and Thazon as leaders and some more subtle insights into how Rigar Works.
Kam wastes a bit of time before getting to a task he's been avoiding most of the day.
Korvinus and Etha are lead on a grueling march right through the expanse of the Blade Stone Prairie.
Kam has to figure out and smooth over the troubles of his son's mind.
Korvoth feels a drastic shift within himself during this confrontation.
This week Korvoth and I mostly discuss what happens to him in Rigar before I have to run off and do actual work.
Kam Guides His young Engineers through the delicate artful process of harvesting Umbra properly.
Cornered by overwhelming forces. Korvoth rushes to protect Etha and himself. Seeking a viable method to escape the rap he finds himself contained within.
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