A cinematic fantasy event in audio. New Dakota: 15,000 CE, thousands of years after the fall of civilization. In this eight-episode first season, the Earth has reclaimed the cities and glories of the modern world, reducing humankind to prehistoric tribal life. The old world is known only through myths and fables handed down through lost generations. Having barely survived, humanity has returned to a way of life more closely resembling civilizations of the ancient past: The Bears, The Rams, The Birds, and The Wolves. Book 1 — The Dawn Age serves as an introduction to each of the four young people from the clans as we chart the rise of the first empire of the new world. Created by Jason Lew. From QCODE, makers of fantastic audio fiction. Visit QCODEMedia.com to learn more. And, check out some of our other shows including: From Now with Richard Madden and Brian Cox, The Left Right Game with Tessa Thompson, Borrasca with Cole Sprouse, Blackout with Rami Malek, and many more. -- Apple Card ... more
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My absolute favorite QCODE series. So expansive & fascinating. Beautiful soundscape & interesting storytelling. I implore you for a second season 🙇🏻♀️ If unwilling or lack the resources, please allow this series to continue as a Patreon option
I almost gave up on this podcast 5 minutes into it as the premise was not appealing to me. That would have been a big mistake. Within the individual 1 hour episodes are very interesting stories that fleshed out this world. I cared deeply for these characters that I could not name. That's quite an achievement for such a "short" podcast.
I loved listening this and I believe this could of been one of the podcast I’ve listened to. But, and this is a BIG BUTT! All this feels like is the set-up to a great story, like this is considered season 1? It’s nothing but set-up of each character’s arc. Was this canceled before it can truly get off the floor? This seems to be a common problem with Qcode podcast, they have a really good season 1 that set-up’s for a season 2 that never comes.
Too many cliff hangers I need a second season, so good more
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