Spirit of the Century – City of Empty Graves (Part 2)

After being accused of a foul murder, the Centurions talked their way out of police custody and set off in pursuit of the murderers. After an aerial combat that left the Piccadilly Lily damaged on the ground, the Centurions are making hasty repairs. They must track down the murderer before it’s too late!


  • Nate – Tsura “Nova” Novosel. World famous Romani fortune teller. Said to be so accurate that she can actually predict the future. Also a flapper.
  • Sam – Richard Geoffery Calvin Biggles III. A former RAF Flying Ace. A bit too much of a daredevil who plunges headlong into danger and has one hell of mustache.
  • Zach – Garv Fibrizzo. Short and scrawny ex-British spy. Expert at underhanded things and wielding/throwing daggers. Has many connections – most of them to liquor bottles.
  • Josh – Saif al R’ad. Swarthy gentleman, solidly built. A magus of sorts, working as a custos of The Blazing Barrier, keeping people safe from the various supernatural threats of the world. Possesses a very powerful artifact which he claimed when he defeated the wizard FitcherStarplane.
  • Kevin – Julius “Lord Summer”August. An inheritor of a fortune at a young age, he has taken the role of a gentleman thief, learning to sneak or talk his way into places. During the war, he established a semi-private spy ring in Germany, reporting information back to the allies. Seeks fame and notoriety.


  1. This game was hilarious! The fact that NATE made a character specifically designed to be a damsel in distress who does everything to try and get into trouble… PLEASE try to get her into trouble every episode.

    In the WAKE of this episode, I might even run a Spirit of the Century game myself. I just hope I’m UP to it.

  2. Wow. This was a really great episode, guys! Especially for something James pulled together in five days out of fourty-five minutes’ worth of content! I sure hope that Nate wake up the rest of the series is this good!

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      James can improvise like nobody’s business.

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