Oprainfall Plays – Mary Skelter Nightmares – 02

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

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Welcome back to more Mary Skelter Nightmares!

In our second episode, we meet up with Red Riding Hood to explore the Liberated District. Along the way, we begin to wonder if everything is on the level as Jack and Alice begin to question a few things.

Also, we meet Kagu… er… “Princess” Kaguya and make contact with the “Order of the Sun” and it’s leader Michiru.

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  • Mr0303

    Man, there’s a lot of dialogue in the beginning of the game. I agree with Benny – most characters do not seem trustworthy, because of the grim setting.