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Water Margin Podcast: Outlaws of the Marsh

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After their untimely run-in with an embezzling government representative, Song Jiang and company are under pressure to deliver some quick results in their opening battle against the Liao.
The bandits begin their new life as law-abiding subjects by selling off their loot.
The imperial court hopes the third time is the charm when it comes to making nice with the bandits.
Yan Qing offers a little eye candy to the emperor's mistress in exchange for her help.
The bandits roll out the red carpet, and you won't believe who's coming to dinner.
Prospects of peace ride on the all-important question: Is that a comma or a period?
YOU SUNK MY BATTLESHIP! (And torched my fleet and killed my generals and burned my camp and …)
You just lost 60,000 men on your campaign? What are you going to tell the emperor? Wait ... not telling him is actually an option?
The hawks at court get their way, as a huge imperial force descends on Liangshan.
A dive into the minutiae of monastic life.
We secretly replaced our heroes’ imperial wine with swamp water. Let’s see if they … oh crap they totally noticed!
After delivering justice on heaven's behalf in his usual manner at the fair, Li Kui dabbles in a more comical delivery of justice at a nearby county.
Li Kui and Song Jiang wagered heads, and heads they shall have.
On his way home after spreading holiday cheers in the capital, Li Kui decides to do some good deeds for civilians.
Song Jiang goes to the capital to partake in the holiday festivities, and a little extracurricular activity.
Our heroes pray to heaven for a sign, and heaven answers in the most literal way possible.
Liangshan sets its sights on another town that was just minding its own business, but a local general gives the bandits a literal bloody nose.
From attacking innocent towns to abducting women whose family you just slaughtered, it’s another honor-filled adventure for the heroes of Liangshan.
Check out my recent conversation with Jeremy Bai, a translator and writer focusing on Chinese fantasy genres.
The bandits and their despised foes parley for peace.
Our heroes get back to settling some old scores and unfinished business.
The imperial court prepares a retaliatory strike against Liangshan, while Li Kui goes rogue.
The bandits try one more time to spring Lu Junyi from jail, aided by some galaxy-brain holiday planning from the authorities.
To have friends come from afar, is it not a joy? If your friend is here to recruit you to Liangshan, then no.
Winter is coming again for Daming Prefecture.
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