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So, I've heard a lot of English RPG podcasts and it turns out, that a lot of them constantly talk about the Sons of Kryos show. I thought this might be a good inspiration and went out to get hold of their episodes.

Turns out, their site at is down. They have a LJ site at, but all the audio files link to the aforementioned domain, which is unavailable. The same thing goes for their feedburner feed at and a vast list of postcast aggregation sites like iTunes, and others.

I tried looking on Isohunt, but no luck there. I also found a thread on Story Games on this (, but it seems like no-one uploaded anything.

So my question is: Where do I get the archive of the Sons of Kryos podcast episodes?

Thanks for your help. I guess you could help a lot of people with this.

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Vimeo has a video Sons of Kryos 1. I messaged the account there with a link to this thread. Maybe someone who could/would help will see it :)

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Episodes are being reposted here.

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Welcome to the site! If you're affiliated with the Sons of Kryos podcast in some way (your username suggests it) we ask that you identify yourself as such in any posts about the podcast and (optionally) in your profile. – Oblivious Sage Oct 9 '15 at 20:04

It looks like this archive goes back to Episode 47.

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Those don't work for me either - episode descriptions are there but if you press "play" no love. I think they've deliberately taken them down from everywhere they're syndicated. – mxyzplk Sep 12 '11 at 22:10
Those link to the feedburner site which in turns links to the old domain which is down. It's common that podcast aggregation sites only provide the links to the original hosting server. I would be surprised to find anything different. – PiHalbe Sep 13 '11 at 7:40

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