VoK 137: Full Cast(le) Recording #7 – The Motherf**king Queensmoot


Queensmoot

What is dead may never die… After an interminable scheduling process, and an even lengthier edit, the fabled “Queensmoot” chapter reading finally emerges from the Darkling Depths. Eleven salty vassals wade onto the shores of Pyke to claim their crowns, and perform “The Drowned Man” from George R. R. Martin’s A Feast for Crows.

And stick around afterwards for an in-depth discussion on Greyjoy psychology, Ironborn culture and Victarion’s ill-fated foray into nature documentaries.

2:27 – Chapter Reading
39:32 – Chapter Discussion
1:26:53 – Aftershow

The Cast:
Michal (inkasrain) – Narrator
Brooke (Asha Greatjoy) – Aeron Greyjoy
Dan (witless chum) – A Drowned Man / Meldred Merlyn / Baelor Blacktyde
Zach (Alias) – The Drowned God / Eric Ironmaker / Harmund Sharp
John (BarrelRoll42) – Rus / Red Oarsman / Ralf Stoneshouse
Seif (reg roone) – A Drowned Man / Ralf the Limper / Sexual-Harassment Kraken / Euron Greyjoy
Leigh (LordManderBlee) – Gylbert Farwynd / Lucas Codd
Peter (Shellfish) – Victarion Greyjoy
Paul (Pod’s Plight) – Dunstan Drumm
Elena (Lady_Grey) – Asha Greyjoy
Greg (claudiusthefool) – Rodrik Harlaw / Qarl the Maid

The Crew:
Michal (inkasrain) – Host
Duncan (Valkyrist) – Editor

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4 responses to “VoK 137: Full Cast(le) Recording #7 – The Motherf**king Queensmoot

  1. Well done folks! The music and atmosphere made we wish you guys would do audio books of the whole series. One to bed and one to dread… You actually made those squids supercalafragilisticquebealodocious.
    PLEASE DO MORE

  2. This may well be the funniest VOK ever! Obviously Schwarzentarion but Reg Roone’s many accents were hilarious. Was one of them Jabba’s sidekick or Gweedo?!

  3. Also double kudos to the girls for turning this into GIRLS NIGHT OUT 2 In the aftershow.

  4. I just love this interpretation and often replay it. You all did a great job capturing the mood and characters in this classic chapter from Feast. Can’t wait to see how the show plays it. I hope they are half as good!

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