Episode 1.00 - “Welcome to windfall”

Her Majesty Queen Wanda delivers a royal address.


Episode 1.01 - “Bottom feeder”

Brothers Cas, Argus, and Shaima hunt for dinner in the sewers. Helina pays a visit to her favorite bartender, Gert. Queen Wanda meets with Captain Root to discuss the upcoming Contact Day Festival. Meanwhile, Kendall runs into trouble with the Wolfpac.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
Additional instrumentation and vocals on “Windfall Theme” by Gabriela Evergreen and Pavlina Horakova
Additional instrumentation on “Wolfpac Theme” by Jared Treanor.
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)

CONTENT WARNING: This episode includes adult language and depictions of physical violence.



Episode 1.02 - “pickpocket”

Kendall meets Pavlima, the Wolfpac’s chief seamstress. Helina makes a killing selling snake oil in the bazaar. Shaima picks up Uncle Vern’s slack around the family junk shop. Cas convinces Argus to pick an unsuspecting bar patron’s pocket.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
Additional instrumentation and vocals on “Windfall Theme” by Gabriela Evergreen and Pavlina Horakova.
This episode includes the song “Prayer Hands” by Cherophobiac.
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)


Episode 1.03 - “remember where you came from”

Helina is plagued by nightmares of her time back home in the Western Reaches. Captain Root checks on Kendall’s progress in boot camp. Local crime boss Isaac asks Cas to collect on a growing debt that is personal to him.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
This episode also featured the song “Suburban Sprawl” by The ISPs.
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)

CONTENT WARNING: This episode features adult language, depictions of physical violence, loud explosions, sci-fi gun use, and discussions of PTSD and character death.



Episode 1.04 - “test your luck”

Argus tests his good fortune by playing a hand at Swift’s underground casino. Pavlima and Kendall go on their very first date. Helina visits her therapist in hopes of getting past her recurring nightmares.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)
More info at windfallpodcast.com, and follow @WindfallPodcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

CONTENT WARNING: This episode includes adult language and depictions of physical violence.


Episode 1.05 - “A Trip to the bazaar”

Argus uses his casino winnings to take an ill-advised trip to the upper market bazaar. Cas confronts Kendall about where she’s been all of this time. Helina and Sylvie discuss the complicated beginnings of their friendship.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)
More info at windfallpodcast.com, and follow @WindfallPodcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram


Episode 1.06 - “a firm hand”

Wanda spends the day presiding over Proximan trials from the comfort of her castle. Cas and Kendall put a plan in motion to solve both of their problems. Sylvie begs Helina to take better care of herself. Root pressures Pavlima to pick up the pace on the queen’s order.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)
The song "Wanda’s Hymn" was written and performed by Mark Sinclair.
This episode also includes the song “Catharsis” by Mu-Shaka Benson.
The song that ends the episode and plays over the credits is “My Queen” by Kevin Alexander.

CONTENT WARNING: This episode features adult language, depictions of physical violence, gun use, and discussions of death.


episode 1.07 - “filling the void”

Kendall begs Captain Root to keep his promise to her. Argus gets to know his cellmate. Vern shows Cas and Shaima just what he was doing racking up all that debt with Isaac. Pav makes Kendall a temporary proposition to solve her problems.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)

CONTENT WARNING: This episode includes adult language.


episode 1.08 - “ConsequenceS”

Helina is plagued with even more nightmares of her past. Cas owns up to Gert about the trouble he’s gotten himself into. Root threatens Pavlima and Kendall’s budding relationship. Tin Man and Root discuss the ever-filling prisons.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)
This episode also includes the song “Sleeper” by Algebra II.

CONTENT WARNING: This episode includes adult language, depictions of torture, discussions of mental health, and depictions of physical violence.


episode 1.09 - “wasting away”

Mila pays a visit to the junk shop to collect Vern’s debt. Argus and Isaac plan their big prison escape. Queen Wanda reminisces about her dead parents. Root and Kendall have a tense conversation.

Produced by Rogue Dialogue Productions
Written and directed by Bob Raymonda and Christie Donato
Sound design and score by Adam Raymonda
Logo by Sam Twardy (www.samtwardy.com)

CONTENT WARNING: Windfall is intended for a mature audience. This episode includes adult language, drug usage, depictions of physical violence, and gun violence. Listener discretion is advised.


episode 1.10 - “Contact day”

Contact Day comes to Windfall City.

CONTENT WARNING: Windfall is intended for a mature audience. This episode includes sudden loud noises, gun violence, adult language, and death. This episode may be especially triggering because of an instance of suicide. If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal ideation, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at any time at 1-800-273-8255. Take care of yourselves.








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