Don't know how stupid I sound, but I'm on Season 1 (Around episode 12 while writing this) and I've heard snip-bits of other things and I'm wondering why there's more speakers/narrators. When do these other speakers and narrators come in on the Spotify Podcast? Do they ever?
What's on your mind?
Im relistening again and forgot how much i love the circus of the other episodes-
I got to 24: Strange Music a bit ago and want to know what calliope music is playing in the background (or what the song name is).
Hi! I wanted to know if there's anywhere here with unofficial translations from the transcripts in other languages? I really wanted to show the podcasts to some friends but not all of them would be able to understand completely, i think.
If not, would it be possible to start such a project? Lmk
So, I just started listening to the podcast, as my friend who is obsessed with TMA has bugged me enough to listen to it.
I obviously have heard the Leitner rant, we all have
And he just got mentioned for the first time, I am very much prepared to hate him immensely.
If I enjoyed episode 111 (family business) which other episodes would I enjoy?.
I think I liked it so much mostly for the great writing and how it explains the lore, but also the chemistry between the actors, the way the lines jump from one to the other, the flow of the script when they read it l.. I don't know it was just really interesting. And I need another episode that feels like this one.
They used our work for continuity! We were a part of the process, guys. Jonny, we are so glad we could help.
Hey, what's the policy on adding images to pages? I have a drawing that I made for the Hunt's page, and a handful of others, but I wanted to make sure there weren't, like, unspoken rules, or spoken rules that I've missed.
I was just wondering what was everybody's thoughts on the finale, i haven't bothered to look much within the fandom but im certainly not a fan of it! id love to know what other people think of it though!
Together, TOGETHER. DNCKJAVBAKFVBikvGJH (also heres some art i did b4 listening to the episode to commemorate the finale)
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OK, so I was wondering, would there be any such thing as an irrational fear in TMA universe? If you're afraid of something, it most likely falls under the domain of at least one of the entities, and this entity will manifest horror to keep you afraid. This means that there is actually something to be afraid of, so it's no longer irrational. Maybe all irrational fears are all rational fears of things the entities have done. For example, I'm sure people would say being afraid of mannequins is irrational, since they're inanimate objects, but now it's totally rational for Jon to fear mannequins wholeheartedly.
I don't know, I'm talking in circles at this point. I'd just be interested to hear what you think.
I've seen people talking about a dog avatar, but maybe I skipped that on? What's the dogs deal?
Does anyone know when the very first compulsion took place, that we know of? I'm not talking about the first time it was mentioned to be compulsion, but there had to be a time where John compelled someone to tell the truth without knowing before MAG 89, right? Looking specifically for the first sign of static when he asked a question.
Hi, I've been trying to find/make for a while now some sort of document to organise all of the TMA episodes into a way that is easy to see.
Ideally, there would be a summary for each episode connected to 'tags' (so like, date, characters in it, related entities etc) that could be used to filter. For example, you could filter it to only see the episodes Agnes Montague is in or put them in chronological order.
Does anybody have any ideas on whether this is possible and if there's any software that could do it? Or even if somebody's categorised the episodes similarly before. I'm trying to get to know everything as much as I can before it ends so I can make theories haha
Any help would be much appreciated :)
Not only starvation but also no water? I would assume at first that it would probably fit into the extinction but thinking about it, starvation has been happening since the beginning of time, and extinction is specifically the fear of change. Next I would assume that it would be tied to corruption since starvation must me a common affect of food going rotten, or being unable to eat because of disease. I'd like to know someone else's point of view about this though!
In the sense of someone who has previously been abusive or manipulative towards others, and genuinely actively wants to be better to the point they can no longer trust themselves. As in, the fear of being abusive, manipulative, as opposed to being manipulated. The fear that you're so toxic, you can't trust yourself anymore. Self-doubt, the fear on oneself, kinda thing.
I've been able to make a case in my mind for quite a few.
The Web definitely has ties to distrust and manipulation, but it seems to lean more towards the victim than the (past) abuser, though I suppose it could have ties on the abuser as well, though I don't feel as strongly on this.
The Stranger is literally the fear of not knowing people, so in theory it could be turned back on oneself? Especially with the latest episode (182), wherein the last person literally seems to state that they cannot trust that she isn't better, that she isn't the best she can be- self doubt sort of thing.
The Spiral is also heavily rooted in distrust and fear of a situation, "It is not what it is," could apply to oneself. "Your mind is lying to you" could be that you're better, that you're not what you once were.
There's smaller arguments, like the Corruption takes root in toxic relationships, the Desolation deals with destroying potential (though not so much the fear of destorying it), and the Lonely could take root in the actions taken by the person with such fear; if they are afraid of what they can do, why risk interacting with others?
I don't know, and I was curious what others thought about it.
I'm new to the fandom and sooooo regretting not listening earlier. (I've b
I'm at 157 (Rotten Core) and some lines are a punch in the gut. Yeah the body horror is way worse than Covid-19 (comparatively) but still.
"I’ve spoken before about how keenly I’ve watched news of possible pandemics, which is where I suspect the Extinction may pull away from the Corruption during its emergence. This alongside the possibility of the disease being man-made – though I am certain no human had anything to do with it – well, it was more than enough to draw me in. "
"So it seemed it was not the Extinction as I had anticipated, but simply a new and awful strain of Corruption."
I've been wondering what exactly does MAG mean? I'm sorry if that's a stupid question.