. If you never talked about the difficulties or mentioned any drama behind the scenes, no one would know. It might be to your benefit over time to accentuate the positive when you're talking about these things. From a "get people aboard as fans" perspective, some positivity would be great!
I couldn't agree with this more. Solara and Charon are f**king fantastic! I appreciate knowing about some of the difficulties, but you often put out an air of negativity.
I just finished listening to this. As always, I thoroughly enjoyed! Looking forward to going through your notes now.
The chief and Ramirez briefly discuss how their voices are different and that no one will probably even notice. Losing both people who originally did the voices had to be explained somehow. And no one will ever mention the voices being different anyway, which was a sad reference only I understand.
I wouldn't bank on that! But it's good to justify it. You're not the first audio drama I've listened to where this has happened and had to be explained!
Gorman's sidearm sound effect. Someone was able to acquire it after I asked for it.
I thought so! Just another one of those sound design things that helps root the show in Aliens. I thought that was ace.
I wrote the scene between the Captain with Stephanie in Mind long ago, but since we lost her that scene between our new Captain and the prospector lost its meaning.
I still got it.
I teased what would have been a continuation of the series after this ended when John talked about food and water on the engineer ship. This is no longer a possibility.
I thought that was a pretty nice reference!! Did you get the idea from that prologue script for Covenant?
What to expect from the final episode?
Even though I have to change the ending, I'm still firm on what happens during the final scene and into final credits. I always knew Solara would end while Roll me away plays. And believe it or not, it's a very important song to the series.
Did you always plan for 6 episodes? I can't remember.