Alba Salix Mini-Episodes: "Enter the Brain Castle" and "It'll All End In Tears"
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Enter the Brain Castle by Mac Rogers

With mere minutes to live, Magnus must think his way out of danger.

With Julian Sark as Magnus

It'll All End In Tears by Eli Hamada McIlveen

Magnus and Holly are sent on a dangerous mission to collect dragon tears – at the only place where dragons are guaranteed to cry.

With Julian Sark as Magnus, Olivia Jon as Holly, Barbara Clifford as Alba and special guest Kristi Boulton

Music by Hedley Knights of Battle Bird Productions

Sound design by Eli Hamada McIlveen

Directed and produced by Sean Howard

Content warning: near-death experiences, violence, speciesism, bodily harm, avant-garde music and sad dragons.

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