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Ep. 33 Chapt. 24 "Battle in the Sky"

We begin with Colonel Humphrey as he prepares for his hunt, arming himself to the teeth, though he hopes to get the control chip removed from his head before he stumbles across Jameson and Martin. Next, we head up to the clouds to see how Jameson is fairing with the pirate airship. . Some music in this episode was supplied by Astral Fogg, and Battlebards.com. 

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Fig. 3301 The top deck of the Devil's Due showing the aft hatch, forward wheel, masts, and the hatches from which arise the mystical deck guns.

Fig. 3301 The top deck of the Devil's Due showing the aft hatch, forward wheel, masts, and the hatches from which arise the mystical deck guns.

Fig. 3302 The mid-deck of the Devil's Due (just below the unpictured empty "boarding deck").

Fig. 3302 The mid-deck of the Devil's Due (just below the unpictured empty "boarding deck").

Fig. 3303 The bottom deck of the Devil's Due showing the galley where Martin attempts to stir up a cure for Kera Wade.

Fig. 3303 The bottom deck of the Devil's Due showing the galley where Martin attempts to stir up a cure for Kera Wade.

Fig. 3304 Size comparison of an "Imperial Battle Lance" above the Devil's Due. The Battle Lance in this episode is called the Swordfish, and she had a vicious grinning "Flying Tiger" face painted on her metal nose cone.

Fig. 3304 Size comparison of an "Imperial Battle Lance" above the Devil's Due. The Battle Lance in this episode is called the Swordfish, and she had a vicious grinning "Flying Tiger" face painted on her metal nose cone.