This show just keeps getting better, and I am loving the Exalted-vibe I get from how Heaven works. I have to wonder if there is a Bureau of Fate/Sidereal-analogue in the world of CoS...
Speaking of Heaven, as hilarious as that scene was with the "404 Answer Not Found" response and refund (minus 1 gold for postage and fees, of course), the implications are scary. At first I thought it might be because they were asking about one of the Farang, but that post-scene Adam gave us indicates a much bigger problem. Either the Gods' ability to divine the future is being hindered, or they are too preoccupied with some crisis and can't be bothered with Diviniation requests right now. I'm not sure which scenario is worse.
Smoke (and large volumes of it) coming from the direction of the City of Brass. Could Berg's vision of the city in flames, attacked by strange, devilish creatures, have come to fruition? The Immortal Lords did warn the crew not to listen to Innana or do what she asked of them, and while they technically didn't fulfill their bargain with her what they did was arguably far worse. I imagine that killing one of the Sahir is going to have far reaching consequences.
Berg got his hammer back in a somewhat altered form and we got the biggest interaction in the entire series between a PC and a Farang. I'm going to save my thoughts on that for a different thread, but I'm curious if this bargain means that Berg could potentially develop psionic abilities.
A psionic berserker. Yikes.