S2E3: “Raison D’être” by Nelson W. Pyles

S2E3: “Raison D’être” by Nelson W. Pyles

Play

Victoria begins to question not only her existence but her purpose. Fortunately for her, there is someone else who can not only sympathize, but can help guide her through this particularly rough time in her unlife. In this first ever crossover, the worlds of The Lift and The Wicked Library collide in a surprisingly uplifting episode about choices. This episode is simulcast as episode 707 of The Wicked Library. The version found on The Wicked Library also includes an interview with the author.

S2E2: “Nine Ways to Die” by Daniel Foytik

S2E2: “Nine Ways to Die” by Daniel Foytik

Play

Picking up after “Plummet” and “Broken”, we follow Victoria as she adapts to her new role, and explores the contents of her mysterious library. When she is led by her music box to a special collection of journals, she finds a way to reconnect with her father who was lost when The Building fractured reality.

S2E0: “The Last Costume Change” by Gwendolyn Kiste

S2E0: “The Last Costume Change” by Gwendolyn Kiste

Play

An orphan and her cousin, who live with her overprotective aunt, sneak out to celebrate Halloween but find themselves in a bind until Victoria takes them on a ride to “Costume Heaven” where the girls revisit their tragic past.

S1E20: “Plummet” by Cynthia Lowman

S1E20: “Plummet” by Cynthia Lowman

Play

Before Victoria began to use her lift to take visitors to strange realities, she was a nine-year-old girl living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the end of the Victorian era.
Find out, in her own words, what befell her that fateful day in 1901 to forever change her and her destiny.
This tale marks the end of Season One.

S1E19: “The Storm” by Daniel Foytik

S1E19: “The Storm” by Daniel Foytik

Play

For years, Rachel has suffered at the hands of her abusive boyfriend, a boxer named Tony ‘The Storm’ Matroni. When she decides she’s finally had enough, and the opportunity presents itself, she makes a choice she regrets. A trip on The Lift to the 6th Story offers her a second chance to choose.