The Unsleeping City: Chapter II is the seventh season of Dropout's Dimension 20 and its fourth Intrepid Heroes season. It is set in a magical version of New York City as a sequel to The Unsleeping City, Dimension 20s third season.
The campaign takes place in 2022, three years after the initial events of The Unsleeping City as the Dream Team, joined by two new faces, reunites to confront the unfettered capitalism presented by the massive media corporation Gladiator as it threatens both the dreaming and waking worlds.
- Pete Conlan, played by Ally Beardsley
- Sofia Lee, played by Emily Axford
- Ricky Matsui, played by Zac Oyama
- Kingston Brown, played by Lou Wilson
- Cody "Night Angel" Walsh, played by Brian Murphy
- "Anastasia" Iga Lisowski, played by Siobhan Thompson
- Kugrash, played by Brian Murphy
- Rowan Berry, played by Siobhan Thompson
- Episode 1: The Fall of New York City
- Episode 2: Heaven and Hell on Earth
- Episode 3: The Mystery of the Haunted Subway
- Episode 4: We Need to Talk About Cody
- Episode 5: Trouble at the Tunnel
- Episode 6: Collaborators
- Episode 7: Parade of Peril
- Episode 8: Feasts & Families
- Episode 9: Fight at the Museum
- Episode 10: Nulla Dies Umquam Memori Vos Eximet Aevo
- Episode 11: Let's Get Tiny
- Episode 12: The Battle of the Hot Dog Cart
- Episode 13: Of Rats & Dragons
- Episode 14: History Checks and Lost Dex
- Episode 15: For the Hoard!
- Episode 16: Treachery at Gramercy
- Episode 17: Two Sides of the Same Coin (Part 1)
- Episode 18: Two Sides of the Same Coin (Part 2)
- The Eternal Token
- The Questing Blade
- Lisowski Chest
- Forms of the Greater Dreaming
- Peasants Sword
- Arcana of Many Things
- Thirsting Blade Dark Excalibur Mega-Genesis
- Gotham Timepiece
- Esther's Bat
|The Unsleeping City: Chapter II Locations|
|New York City|
|The Bronx, the First Borough||Monastery of the Sacred Rat | 53\/3N's Place|
|Brooklyn, the Second Borough||Clinton Hill Chantry | Helping Hands Homeless Outreach Center | Greenpoint | Greenwood Cemetery | Lorimer Street Station | Coop Village | Crown Heights|
|Manhattan, the Third Borough||City Hall Station | Harlem | Uncommon Knowledge | Madame Anastasia's | Cosmo's | St. Owen's Hospital | Holland Tunnel | Macy's Parade | Grand Central Terminal | Chinatown|
|Queens, the Fourth Borough||Queens Center Mall | Astoria | Neptune's Diner | Fairyland ||
|Staten Island, the Fifth Borough||Spaghetti's Bakery | Monastery of the Midnight Sun|
|Nod, the Sixth Borough||Metropolitan Museum of Memories|
|Other||Lisowski Chest | Faerie|
- Due to Sofia and Pete's statuses as recovering addicts, Dimension 20 developed the Recovery System for players to use as they encounter stressors. This system can be found here.
- This season began filming the weekend of August 1st, 2020.
- The editors for this season were Erin Hassidim and Amielee Eastin.
- This is the second campaign (after Pirates of Leviathan) and first Intrepid Heroes season to be filmed remotely. As a result, it the first to feature battle maps using Roll20 instead of physical maps and minis.
- These maps were still designed by Production Designer Rick Perry alongside Brennan, but they were made in cooperation with Eightfold Paper. Roll20 employee and fellow cast member Carlos Luna set them up and operated the battles.
- Besides the general desire from the cast to return to their Unsleeping City characters, this remote filming setup contributed to the decision to return to an old setting instead of entering a new world for season seven. With the transition from battle sets to digital maps, Brennan felt it better to have at least some part of the new season be familiar to viewers.
- This is also the first season that a player returns to a setting in a new campaign as a different character.
- In season one, Brian Murphy played Kugrash, who, in the finale, ate the Bagel of All Things and transcended to become one with the universe. In season two, he plays former Hot Topic manager Cody Walsh.
- Siobhan Thompson played Misty Moore, now Rowan Berry, who is busy running the new Faerie court that she established towards the end of season one. In season two, she plays Iga Lisowski, a fortune teller who launders money through her psychic business.
- Brennan began thinking about this season around early 2019, when Amazon's plans for an expansive corporate campus in New York City, and subsequent backlash, was in the news.
- The existence of Gladiator in both Tiny Heist and The Unsleeping City: Chapter II hints towards the headcanon Brennan has that the two campaigns take place in the same universe.
- As with many D&D games, Brennan incorporates many homebrew mechanics and house rules that may not be part of the rules as written.
- This is an estimate based on social media posts made by Siobhan Thompson and Ally Beardsley. Siobhan posted to Instagram on August 1st: https://www.instagram.com/p/CDWwS-cJyH5/?hl=en. Ally posted something similar to their now-expired story on the same day.
- Oren Cohen interview, 3 November 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNR-3p8wtiA&feature=youtu.be
- CBR interview with Brennan "Bonus Lore", 10 November 2020: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GD87lSqaUNziFuMiJFNvljSs6bnbetSs0Ai4OyW6Adw/edit?usp=sharing