Last time, the gang went to the strangest place in the world, and chose not to be eaten and digested in blissful ignorance for hundreds of years. Roland has also suffered the worst string of misfortune ever, and is still sans a house.
Lejune’s off to scout for more horrible denizens of the island, and leaves Roland behind to babysit. Again.
We also learn about 18th Century gun safety! And St. Cat Robbelson is adorable as ever. It is just another day in Lejune’s Home for Displaced Umbra.
The Lejuene’s gang wakes up to an empty home. Lejuene is missing. Everyone except a few kids are missing. Nothing else seems out of place. The gang quickly scrambles out of bed (except Roland, who’s a big sleepyhead) and tracks down the mystery.
What they find will lead them to the edge of events in motion that are much, much greater than them. Vaden casts a long shadow, across the island, back to the beginning of our hero’s stories. Secrets and revelations hide in that darkness, and they have fangs.
Happy 100th game, everybody! We’re celebrating with our gift to you, another adorable romp with the gang from Lejuene’s Home for Displaced Umbra.
Roland’s had Sekme, Mesik, Nanette, and Paskal foisted off on him for the day so Lejuene can have some “Lejuene Time.”
Roland. Babysitting. A group of resourceful, slightly magic Umbra children. For a whole day. Clearly nothing at all can go poorly here.