Join Us on Our Discord Server!

Everyone’s got a Discord server nowadays, it seems. And now, so do we.

Join Sean and Sazzy on the Radio Free Covenant Discord server to:

  • Hang out with Sean, Sazzy, and other fans of the podcast
  • Ask us questions live during podcasts
  • Get a sneak peak at new rules, playtests, and art

We can’t wait to meet you!

Radio Free Covenant: Meet the Valka, Part 3

Episode 6 – Meet the Valka, Part 3

Well, it’s two months late, but Episode 6 is finally here! We wrap up our discussion about the valka (for now) with their technology and history.

Listen to Part 1 and Part 2 here.

So, what did you think? Do you want to know more about the valka? Leave a message here or drop us a line at, and if we like it, we’ll respond on air. Remember, if you don’t tell us what we did wrong, we can’t fix it.

Our announcer was the dulcet-toned voice actor Markus Phoenix. You can reach him at

Interstitial music was Worst Sound by Gowler Music at and Used with permission.

Outro music was Speed of Light by Lyvo at and Used with permission.

Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas! – East Sunset Road in Crossing the Line

East Sunset Road, Las Vegas, NV, looking East
East Sunset Road in Las Vegas, NV between South Eastern Avenue and South Pecos Road, looking east. The Sunset Park wetlands are to the right off-camera. That concrete wall to the right up at Sandhill is Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah, the inspiration for French Hills in Crossing the Line.

Las Vegas is a dry place. Always has been. It just got more intense after the war.

The residents got put on short rations, and all our lavishly watered lawns, even in the Republic of Summerlin, got torn out and replaced with xeriscape – pretty if you like fifty different shades of brown, but hot as the hinges of hell in summer.

Really, the only places where you see grass and flowers – and I don’t mean hardscrabble little desert wildflowers, but big, succulent, mob funeral-grade blooms – are where the power and money concentrate in the valley. That’d be the hotels and places like French Hills.

You get there by heading east on Sunset, past McCarran International, past Sunset Park, past row after row of strip malls and garbage-choked lots, and everything’s painted variations on the same two colors – fake stucco brown and caliche grey – and you’re wondering who stole all the colors and where he put them…

And then wham. Right between your eyes.

Crossing the Line, ©2019 Sean D. Daily

Crossing the Line is coming to Black Opal Books!

Vocabulary of the Orion Arm: The P’s and Q’s

(Don’t forget to tune in to the latest episode of the Radio Free Covenant podcast!)

Sean here. Sorry for the lack of posts. I was sick with a cold until yesterday, but I’m good to go today. Read on to learn your P’s and Q’s in Trade.

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