Lusipurr listens to the entire Ring Cycle of Richard Wagner, with terrible consequences for the podcast. In a veritable data Gotterdammerung, the audio recording is accidentally deleted, leaving Lusi no option but to record a solo Christmas broadcast.
Egged on by SiliconNooB and Java, Lusipurr has too much egg nog, writes a Christmas song, and conjures up images of amiibos from the Ghost of Nintendo Future, including Human CentiPeach. Mel fails to appear, but Bup arrives with a Christmas wishlist.
With the rest of the other staff members locked in the basement to sleep off an Episode 300 hangover, Lusipurr and Mel record a podcast. But then, Jack Thompson arrives with his Australian Lady Army, pulling Lusipurr from shelves across the land. Horror!
It is all hands on deck when Lusipurr sounds the assembly klaxon. Imitanis makes an appearance for the Chirstmas holiday, whilst Ethos, SiliconNooB, Mel, and Java help Lusipurr restrain Bup using only three rolls of wrapping paper and a chocolate orange.
Lusipurr, Bup, SiliconNooB, and Mel prepare for the advent of the holiday season, and storm the barricades of a revisionist French history. Bup weighs in on the Xbone and PS4 sales war, whilst Lusipurr inveighs against the Warlords of Draenor storyline.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel discuss Vagrant Story at length, and pass judgement on one of the great ideological debates from the past: Gameplay vs. Story. And, in advance of Thanksgiving, Puritans receive a well-deserved sledging from all parties.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel take a break from the addictive podcast card game side quest and focus instead upon the podcast’s dungeon crawler block puzzle aspects. Lusi and Mel power up an ancient communication device, but SN fails to hear its call.
Lusipurr celebrates the first week of the site-wide Vagrant Story playthrough with his own version of The Financial Times, uniting economics-and-finance specialist panelists Ethos, Mel, and SiliconNooB for the inaugural report of the Wall Market Urinal.
Confronted by a ledger sheet full of maths and sums, Lusipurr readies his slide rule and delivers some Consumer Advice, and SiliconNooB takes a holiday from inebriation to present more of the inane burblings that are symptomatic of Ubisoft’s Verbal Ebola.
Lusipurr, SiliconNooB, and Mel find themselves utterly downhearted after sifting through yet another week of depressing news. But then, they find a ray of hope in an unlikely place, and things begin to look up, eventually culminating in a very merry Bup.