• 1.17: Touched by a God

    Reunited once again, the Argo Crew crashes a party to finish what they started. 

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    Khôra Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This episode was produced by A.L Emmet and directed by Ibrahim Steel and Celeste Lang. It starred Kit MacNeil as Medea, Mq Quinlan as Atalanta, Clary Cheung as Medusa, Lucas Robins as Apollo, and featured Celeste Lang as Athena, Anjali Pasupathy as The Guard and The Waiter, Tamsin Try as Euterpe, and Lauren Thompson as Helen. Touched by a God was written by A.L Emmet, Celeste Lang, Kat Hawthorne, and Rey Bailey. All of the original music was created by the Khôra team. Sound design for this episode was provided by Mq Quinlan and Kit MacNeil, and the poster art was drawn and designed by Lucas Robins and Clary Cheung. The Khôra cover art is drawn and designed by Jules Violet and Clary Cheung. Season one of Khôra Podcast was outlined by Sats Di Stefano, Clary Cheung, and A.L Emmet.

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    Content warnings: Explosion sfx, electrocution sfx

    32m | Jun 13, 2022
  • 1.16.5: Medea Alone UPDATED ENDING

    The updated, new ending of Episode 16 as a standalone bonus episode. See Episode 16 show notes for details and content warnings.

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    5m | Jan 6, 2022
  • 1.16: Medea Alone

    Lost and stranded on a mysterious planet, Medea accepts help from some new friends as she reflects on her relationships past and present. 

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    Content warnings: abandonment, depression, implied suicidal ideation, self hatred

    46m | Nov 24, 2021
  • 1.15: Bite Into my Fury

    One crew member down and with team morale running low, Atalanta and Medusa attempt to land one last, desperate blow against the Olympians. 

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    Content Warnings: Grief, betrayal, depression, maladaptive coping mechanisms, depersonalization, self-blame, futility, untreated injury, pursuit. Referenced past abuse, human experimentation, and electrocution. 

    32m | Nov 8, 2021
  • Behind the Veil: Medusa Character Chat

    Kat Hawthorne and Clary Cheung discuss our adaptation of Medusa. 

    Khôra will return with episode 15 on Monday, November 1st. 

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    Content Warnings: Mentions of sexual assault 

    41m | Oct 18, 2021
  • 1.14: You'll Get Your Reward

    En route to Colchis, secrets are revealed and loyalties tested as the Argo Crew learn more about their sponsor.

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    Note from the sound editor: In a previous version of the episode, there was a mistake early on where one of Medea's lines was duplicated, and overlapped one of ECHO's. It's now fixed, I'm incredibly sorry! I hope you enjoy(ed) the episode all the same. -Kit

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    Content Warning: Mentions of alcohol

    45m | Oct 5, 2021
  • 1.13: The Freelance Care Compendium

    As the crew draws closer and closer to their goal, one of their members seems to be acting odd. 

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    Content Warnings: physical violence, animal cruelty

    37m | Sep 22, 2021
  • 1.12: A Knife In My Hands

    The Argo’s newest guest brings up memories of the past as the crew works to recover the AI core from the wreck. 

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    Content Warnings: dissociation, ringing noise

    39m | Aug 30, 2021
  • 1.11: Out of the Acheron

    A disaster on the way to Planet Nine provides clues to the crew’s mission- and the fate of an old friend. 

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    Content Warnings: vehicular collision, ableism, explosions (incl. sfx), discussion of death and mortality, abduction

    36m | Aug 16, 2021
  • 1.10: A Home Star

    In the wake of tragedy, Medusa takes a moment of reflection with a new friend away from the Argo.

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    Content Warnings: discussions of parental neglect, references to past ableism, panic due to OCD, grief, mentions of character death.

    40m | Aug 2, 2021
  • Behind the Veil: Of Planting

    Echo plants her garden, and watches her narcissus.

    Khôra will return with episode 10 on Monday, August 2nd.

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    Content Warnings: Mentions of character death, panic attacks

    13m | Jul 27, 2021
  • 1.9 Uninvited Attention

    While Atalanta recovers from her injury, Medea and Medusa face some challenges trying to see a certain former Argonaut.  

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    Khôra Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This episode was produced by A.L Emmet and directed by Celeste Lang and Ibrahim Steel. It starred Kit MacNeil as Medea, Clary Cheung as Medusa, Lucas Robbins as Apollo, and Sam Cavalcanti as Asclepius with Mq Quinlan as Atalanta, Sats di Stefano as Andromeda, Caroline Mincks as Daphne, Anjali Pasupathy as the announcer, Rey Bailey as Hippomenes, and Jules Violet as the PR bot. Uninvited Attention was written by Jules Violet, A.L Emmet, and Celeste Lang. All of the original music was created by the Khôra team. Sound design for this episode was provided by Ibrahim Steel, Kit MacNeil, Riannon S. R., and Mq Quinlan, and the poster art is drawn and designed by Lucas Robins and Clary Cheung. The Khôra cover art is drawn and designed by Jules Violet and Clary Cheung. Season one of Khôra Podcast was outlined by Sats Di Stefano, Clary Cheung, and A.L Emmet.

    This week’s episode featured Stadium Sound by cuauh89, found at https://freesound.org/people/cuauh89/sounds/163274/

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    Content Warnings: Character death, vehicle crash, overstimulation

    41m | May 24, 2021
  • 1.8 Wounds Ripped Open

    Atalanta faces the ghosts of her past. Featuring: old friends, new family, and a rather large boar.

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    Khôra Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This episode was produced by A.L Emmet and directed by Sats di Stefano and Ibrahim Steel. It starred Kit MacNeil as Medea, Mq Quinlan as Atalanta, Kat Hawthorne as ECHO, Clary Cheung as Medusa, and Yusuf Steel as Meleager with Anjali Pasupathy, Rey Vargas, Percy Imogen, and Sats di Stefano as the Heroes. Wounds Ripped Open was written by Jules Violet and Rey Bailey. All of the original music was created by the Khôra team. Sound design for this episode was provided by Ibrahim Steel, Kit MacNeil, Riannon S. R., and Mq Quinlan, and the poster art is drawn and designed by Jules Violet and Celeste Lang. The Khôra cover art is drawn and designed by Jules Violet and Clary Cheung. Season one of Khôra Podcast was outlined by Sats Di Stefano, Clary Cheung, and A.L Emmet.

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    Content Warnings: Animal/monster death, character death/ heart failure, science fiction combat, bad medical practice/wound care

    30m | May 10, 2021
  • 1.7 Two-Thirds of a Liar

    With the Argo back up and running but the crew short on money, an... interesting new acquaintance makes an offer they can’t refuse. 

    Content warnings can be found at the end of the show notes. 

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    Content warnings: alcohol consumption and drunkenness, mild electrocution, panic attack, allusion to self harm

    42m | Apr 26, 2021
  • 1.6: A Maze of Stardust

    With the Argo back up and running, the crew sets out into the debris field around Knossos with Ariadne- but the engineer may not be all she seems. 

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    Content warnings: mentions of stillbirth, screeching metal noises

    40m | Mar 22, 2021
  • 1.5: Knossos May Be Rusting

    Stranded on a station that has seen better days, the Argo crew seeks help from a new friend. 

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    Content Warnings: Vehicular crash, sword fights, injury

    34m | Mar 8, 2021
  • 1.4: Official Guidelines for Rogue AIs

    While adjusting to life on the Argo- and the constant tension between Atalanta and Medea- Medusa makes an interesting discovery in a secondhand data chip. 

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    Content Warnings: unwanted romantic advances, sexual harassment, vehicular collision


    32m | Feb 22, 2021
  • Behind The Veil I: Laundry

    Atalanta and Medusa discuss the laundry situation aboard the Argo.

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    Khôra will be returning with episode 4 on Monday, February 22nd. 

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    4m | Feb 8, 2021
  • 1.3: A Rotten Place to Call Home

    While Atalanta and Medea deal with a stowaway on the Argo, a cryptic clue about the FLCC leads them to a reality TV star. 

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    Content warnings can be found at the end of the show notes. 

    The transcript can be found at https://khorapodcast.github.io/khorapod_transcripts/

    Khôra Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This episode was produced by A.L Emmet, directed by Sats Di Stefano, Celeste Lang, and Ibrahim Steel. It starred Kit MacNeil as Medea, Mq Quinlan as Atalanta, Kat Hawthorne as ECHO, Clary Cheung as Medusa, and Nicklas Hira as Herakles Hercules. This episode also featured Jules Violet as OIKOS, Celeste Lang as Athena, and Hayan Lee as the Talespinner. A Rotten Place to Call Home was written by Jules Violet and Celeste Lang. All of the original music was created by the Khôra team. Sound design for this episode was provided by Ibrahim Steel, Maxwell Beckett, Kit MacNeil, and Mq Quinlan, and the poster art is drawn and designed by Jules Violet and Celeste Lang. The Khôra cover art is drawn and designed by Jules Violet and Clary Cheung. Season one of Khôra Podcast was outlined by Sats Di Stefano, Clary Cheung, and A.L Emmet. 

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    Content Warnings: mention of being pursued, mentions of toxic parental relationship, mentions of death of parents, mentions of murder

    37m | Jan 25, 2021
  • 1.2: Metal Eyes and Metal Ears

    An uneasy truce brokered between them, Medea and Atalanta’s quest starts with a visit to an old friend- if only they can stop arguing with each other first.

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    Trigger warnings can be found at the end of the show notes. 

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    The transcript can be found at https://khorapodcast.github.io/khorapod_transcripts/

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    Khôra Podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This episode was produced by A.L Emmet, directed by Sats Di Stefano and Ibrahim Steel, and starred Kit MacNeil as Medea, Mq Quinlan as Atalanta, Kat Hawthorne as ECHO, and Rey Vargas as Phineas. This episode also featured Sats Di Stefano as the STSA Agent, Hayan Lee as the Talespinner, and Clary Cheung as the Stowaway. Metal Eyes and Metal Ears was written by Jules Violet and Rey Bailey. All of the original music was created by the Khôra team. Sound design for this episode was provided by Ibrahim Steel, Maxwell Beckett, Kit MacNeil, and Mq Quinlan, and the poster art is drawn and designed by Emily Aiken and Lucas Robins. The Khôra cover art is drawn and designed by Jules Violet and Clary Cheung. Season one of Khôra Podcast was outlined by Sats Di Stefano, Clary Cheung, and A.L Emmet. 

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    Trigger Warnings: Mentions of toxic relationships, mentions of kidnapping, surveillance. 

    39m | Jan 11, 2021
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