The crew hears from Jengo the act he actually committed that landed him in the Palace of Justice. Afterward, the crew finishes their final "errands", or something like that, as the day of the ball nears.
The library continues to provide a number of almost-connected, god-based revelations for the crew. Then, it's time to check in on an old friend whose fate was not as lucky as theirs.
The party united at Phantasmal Fashion to assemble their ball-day brand. While Barash ponders his next steps and Lin partakes of sister time, Mia faces some tough questions about herself that her high Dex won't help her dodge.
The (birthday) ball looms ever closer, and so Barash investigates leads on one of the elusive gods, Bahamut, while Lin returns to Mia with sisters Aza and Zola to go get fitted for (birthday) ball outfits.
Finally, after hyping them up from the very beginning, Lin reunites with her sister and her sister's wife. While some creepy secrets are revealed, Barash decides it's time to do some investigation.
The first night of freedom sees Mia doling out lots of explanations to just about everyone, except Barash, who's scheduled his own personal commitment. And when Lin makes her journey to locate her sister, she gains something unexpected (and cryptic, of course).
The party finally makes their way to Mia's second home as a place to stay within the city. Cue awkward talks with parents, unexpected flirt game, and, "Hey, are you a god?"
The crew has a lot to unpack. A lot. Some of the revelations they have, however, are not like any they could have seen coming, including an invitation to the Victor's March Ball.
Wow, the new arc begins with our heroes reacting to everything that had just happened. There's a lot to learn about the God Shards, Crane and Novus (unexpectedly), and Lio's mother, the Undying Queen.
After taking a small break (several months is small, right?), the cast reconvenes to talk smack about the campaign insofar. It's good fun. Too much fun? Possibly too much fun.
Intro/Outro composed for Sacrosanct by humanaturefiverr