Lunar Sea Spire podcast episode 106: The Test

PodcastTitleGC13 and Sophia discuss one of our two old episodes waiting to be talked about, and we promise it’s not something we planned behind your backs (since we did say it was a possibility last week).

Beyond making us really want a ukulele showdown, this is an episode really showcasing what a great leader Steven can be. It also really shows off how much he and the Crystal Gems care about each other, always wanting what’s best for the other.

There’s only one more old episode left. Then, it’s time to talk about the Steven Nuke!

So, where do you stand on the whole even vs easier debate?


    • Unwovensymmetry on September 26, 2016 at 7:40 pm

    I’ve always felt that this is the point in the series where Steven goes from being a ward of the Cristal Gems to their future leader. Although it’s a gradual transition with a lot of overlap the general theme of the earlier episodes is Steven coming into his powers, with the gems as his somewhat overindulgent guardians; after this point we start getting episodes where Steven gains a more in depth understanding of each of the gems (Future Vision, On the Run, Rose’s Scabbard) or ponder about the nature of leadership (Political Power) and the gems well still protective of him seem at least willing to seriously consider his input (Marble Madness).

    On an only tangentially related note you really should consider watching Neon Genesis Evangelion unless you are not a fan of anime in general (or teens and giant robots in particular) it really is a solid series (and I do recommend the original 1995-96 series and its associated movie, not the more recent works which well good, go off on their own tangent). Although the end gets a bit surreal, if taken in context with the movie it has its own kind of logic to it. If you enjoy thinking about a series, its world and what it means (or just like well done action sequences) Evangelion is well worth the watch.

    • sad Sack on September 26, 2016 at 8:07 pm

    would be nice if we could have a podcast episode with more than 2 hosts. whatever. beggars cant be choosers.

    • Jon P on September 30, 2016 at 7:16 am

    The games they mentioned were fun, but my favorite is the one that’s in the background but they haven’t tried yet: “A Game”.

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