Digest 8/13 – 8/16

Posted by emmettfurey on August 17, 2012

In case you missed any of this week’s new episodes, here’s all four in handy digest form. Great for catching up and retweeting en masse!

Episode 4.4: Under Protest

After establishing a link between a Konig Inc. warehouse and Max Mason, Uroboros announced that he and the Flashlight community would be holding a Mason International protest at the site. This past Sunday, the conspiracy blogger and a handful of his friends and followers hoisted anti-Mason International signs outside said warehouse, garnering attention from the press. But the arrival of an unexpected guest brought them the wrong kind of attention…

Click here for a recap of the event as it played out on Twitter.

Episode 4.5: Be The Change

When Uroboros hacked Mason International’s mainframe, he obtained video logs of a scientist named Dr. Marcus Alrand. To all appearances, the subject of those logs had been illegal genetic experimentation on human subjects, performed by Alrand on Mason International’s dime. Uroboros then saw to it that Alrand answered for those crimes…

Episode 4.6: The Fugitive

After murdering Dr. Marcus Alrand in cold blood, Uroboros went on the run. Shortly thereafter, Uroboros received a desperate cry for help from a loyal reader of his conspiracy blog “The Flashlight.” A woman known to him only as Rabid Mongoose claimed Mason International’s security team was bearing down on her, intent on doing her and her family harm. Uroboros endeavored to save his friend, only to discover that Rabid Mongoose was not who he thought she was.

Episode 4.7: Uroboros Unmasked

Uroboros narrowly evaded the trap that Mason International had laid for him, but Mason’s head of security Damian Durand promptly uncovered Uroboros’ true identity. This forced the conspiracy blogger to flee his apartment and go on the lam.

And after executing Dr. Marcus Alrand for his involvement in Mason International’s alleged illegal human experimentation, Uroboros left all pretense of passive resistance behind. He began producing crude pipe bombs from recipes he found on the internet, and started indiscriminately bombing heavily populated areas: as far as Uroboros was concerned, anyone who was involved with Mason International was fair game. As his campaign of terror was reaching a fever pitch, Starla Carter, host of the popular superhero news program “Crisis,” dedicated an entire show to the Uroboros phenomena.

Stay tuned for more videos next week!

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