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Wilbranch High is full of normal students who have the unfortunate pleasure of taking Summer classes this year. In the first episode the gang gets ready for the sickest party in town.
Unexpected bonds are formed, but sinister things are rising in the shadows of Wilbranch
Secrets are revealed, but even more are discovered. Who's targeting Abby? Is Cessily's family involved? What kind of stupid crap is Iggy getting into now?
Wilbranch has their very own Mystery Inc! Except they're not as successful as those meddling kids.
Things escalate very quickly for our gang. And truths are finally revealed.
Consequences, comforts, and creepiness are in store for Wilbranch's favorite group of misfits.
Cessily tries taking things into her own hands, Ash stares into the abyss, and Iggy does Iggy things
In the penultimate episode, the history of the Kincaids is finally revealed. One of the gang tries taking things into their own hands.
In the season finale of Wilbranch High, bridges are mended, forces reveal themselves, and an ending none of the players saw coming.
The cast of Wilbranch High sit down and talk their favorite moments, ask the GM some plot questions, and speculate what will happen in the next season of this tabletop campaign. HUGE SPOILERS! LISTEN ONLY IF YOU'VE COMPLETELY FINISHED SEASON 1!!!!
The Overseer has done so much to maintain the balance at Wilbranch Valley. Despite all it's done however it finds it needs the help of a group of misfits and monsters to once again save the town, and maybe more.
It's the start of a brand new year at Wilbranch High! After a relatively uneventful summer the gang is excited to start senior year. All except for one, who swears things happened differently.
Annabelle is told more about her memories of the previous timeline, and now needs to figure out a way to tell the gang. One of them is more reluctant than expected however.
Still fearful of the upcoming conflict, Iggy turns to an unexpected source to find his courage. The others however, don't seem as thrilled at Iggy's 'friend'.
The gang finds some information on their first case. What's going on at the Wilbranch mental health center? Why are people losing their memories? Lorelei's weakness is what!?
Cecily and Iggy's infiltration of the clinic goes as smoothly as expected. And the gang takes a group nap, with brings an unexpected guest.
The Dreameater's causing the gang to lose sleep, and Skull Rider makes a deal he should've have made.
Iggy deals with the consequences of his 'friend's' action. Ash has a wide awake encounter with the Dreameater
Wilbranch's favorite group of monster hunters participate in a sleep study, and have the final confrontation with the Dreameater.
While Anabelle deals with being grounded, the rest of the gang meets an old friend of Abuela's who gives them a few gifts.
Just when the Gang thought they could have a normal night, a new mystery randomly appears. They turn to the least likely person for help, Pup.
Waiting for Cessily to analyze the Ollie's hat, the gang continue their search for the missing child. At least, they thought he was missing.
Still perplexed by Pup's missing time, the gang meets a blogger with some knowledge of the paranatural.
Cessily senses something amiss during her time away from the gang, and their second 'first' meeting with Jason Elroy gives them new information.
TW WARNING: LOSS & DEATH Ash and Lorelei do some snooping on their own, with typical results. And Ms Lewis gives the gang information that changes their whole perspective on this case.
Still reeling from Ms. Lewis' revelation, the gang ventures to Ollie's spot in the forest. However, their real source of fear is from Lorelei's own household.
As our teenage monster hunters turn to different sources to deal with a child spirit, they find that Ollie may not be all he seems.
After dealing with two drastically different sides of the same kid, the gang goes through the loop for hopefully the last time.
An old friend returns with some shocking news, and for once the gang actually PLANS something.