Jazz: Monster Collector In: Ultimatums By The Bagful (Season 1, Episode 8)
Jazz and DJ track a dangerous paleo bear to the eastern wilds, and end up captives of the human-hating wood elves. So why do the dark elves of the forest come to Jazz’s aid? And what on Mirth did they do that was horrible enough to drive our Monster Collector to turn to Boss Geeter for help? Tune in and find out.
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Jazz: Monster Collector, the serialized adventures of Mirth’s only deferred species bond collector. Stories just the right size for your commute, lunch break, or anytime you want a fast, exciting read. Want more? Follow episode by episode as Jazz seeks to uncover the secret force behind the inter-dimensional takeover of the planet she loved, a little place called Earth.
Episode 8, Ultimatums by the Bagful:
Narrowly escaping a close encounter with a two-hundred ton hover train, and the wrath of mobster, Boss Geeter’s thugs, Jazz faces the one things she really can’t face, a paying client from the elitist community of Wellmount. Prodded by her lack of funds and the pestering of her anxious business partner, Jazz stuffs DJ, her trusty companion, into Ship’s tiny cargo hold and together they rocket to the Eastern Wilds, tracking a huge plaeo bear that’s been feasting on the wealthy’s pets. But the eastern forest is home to the human hating wood elves. So why do the dark elves allow Jazz to pursue her hunt? And why, after she’s injured in battle, to they render her aid? And what on Mirth did the darned elves do that was horrible enough to make Jazz go to troll mobster, Boss Geeter, for help. Tune in and find out.
Jazz, Monster Collector, Season One: Earth’s Lament:
Jazz is a deferred species bond collector, which is a polite way of saying, Monster Hunter. She hunts them and whenever she can she destroys them. Her hatred for the Orcs, goblins, trolls, and fairies that live side by side with humans on the magically conjoined planets called Mirth runs deep. But only Jazz knows why, how deep, and what she’s willing to do to express it. But Jazz’s greatest enemy is the invisible power behind the hostile takeover that destroyed the Earth that she remembers. And that’s one enemy Jazz probably won’t live to face.
A fast paced futuristic serial with a hint of noir and a lot of trouble.