An Editor's Note all about us being bad at Science!
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Here's the upcoming schedule!
After only about 5 minutes of light goofs and scheduling, we get into your questions, which are mostly the very "well actuallies" we asked for. But we do have a secret surprise guest appearance in the second half of this Editor's Note! You'll just have to listen to find out more!
This episode is not just about death, it's also about failure! Creative failure!
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After only a minute or so of goofing around, we actually do a very brief overview section, just to get you all caught up on the when and a bit of the why of this story.
But then! You have asked all the right questions, so we let the questions section handle the bulk of the actual storytelling. That starts at around the 4 minute mark.
Just so you know, the storytelling ends up being highly non-chronological, but we actually really like it that way. Ends up putting stuff in order of weight and importance, rather than publication order.
Thank you all to our listeners and supporters, especially those of you who support us on The Letters Page Patreon! Join us tomorrow, Wednesday, May 12, at 11:00 AM Central time for a livestream of this month's Editor's Note!
Stories that NEVER HAPPENED?!!?!?!?!??!
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We get to your questions right away, before we even hit the 2 minute mark. And we tell SO MANY stories that never were.
Thank you to all of our listeners, especially our Patreon supporters!
Get your questions for the Death of Anthony Drake (and anything else Prime Wardens related) in now!
Let's pick up the pace!
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We get right into the story with this one, and actually have an Overview segment! It's been a while since we've had one of those.
After telling the story of the Lightspeed limited series, we get to your questions at around the 30 minute mark.
Thank you to all you wonderful folks who support the Letters Page Patreon! We couldn't do this without you.
Catch ya next time!
We're gonna answer so many questions!
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We do a lot of goofing around before we get to the schedule, but here's the schedule!
And here's what our calendar looks like:
You may note that the recording for Editor's Note #30 is happening on Wednesday the 15th instead of the following Friday. Adam is out of town the rest of that week, so we have to do the recording earlier than usual. Our Patreon supporters can watch/join in live!
Finally, we get to your questions starting around 11 minutes in.
We talk about such exciting things as:
Thanks to all of our listeners and Patreon supporters for making what we do possible!
Until next time, heroes!
What were these two up to as they transcended time and space?!
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We're a mess in this one, but it's probably still worth it! We goof around (and also explain why things are extra weird in this episode) for a few minutes before finally getting to explaining the purpose/angle of this episode, and then getting into your questions a bit after the 7 minute mark.
The questions are full of interesting ideas and fascinating queries... to which we have some unsatisfactory answers... but also several cool stories you've never heard before! Overall, we end up giving away and revealing more in this episode than we'd even intended, so, well worth it. The future is yours!
All of the Letters Page Patreon can catch us this Friday at 11 AM, Central as we record Editor's Note #29 live! Patreon supporters at the "Contributor" level can join in on the Discord, so we hope to have as many of you as possible there to chat with us about all manner of things!
Also, we'll have the voting for next month's episodes posted to the Patreon in the next couple hours, so look forward to that!
Finally, thanks to all you delightful listeners for helping us make this possible. See you next time!
An episode in which we get into some real talk about one of our most powerful teams of heroes.
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With a minimum of banter - mostly due to the somber nature of today's undertaking - we get into the questions at the 2 minute mark. Speedy!
Then, in response to the very first question, we tell the entire story of the Fall of the Prime Wardens, from before the prelude through the end of the arc, and in fact the end of the Prime Wardens book. So, essentially, we do an entire overview starting a bit after the 4 minute point, just as a drawn out answer to a question.
After all of that, we get back to actually answering questions around 51 minutes in. Though we're certain there will be some follow-up questions for next month's Editor's Note.
The final question of the day raises an excellent topic for a future episode that would hopefully put things back on their right path again.
Can you forgive these heroes their flaws and inherent humanity? Only time will tell.
Thanks for listening! Catch you next time!
Let's "learn" about SCIENCE!
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Disclaimer! We are not scientists! Like, not really! That will become increasingly clear over the course of the episode! Even still, have fun!
After a fairly standard amount of goofing around, we finally get into your questions, starting just before the 4 minute mark.
Thanks to all of our listeners, especially our Patreon supporters! Catch you next week!
Let's talk about young Devra Caspit!
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In the first couple minutes, Adam and Christopher make a wager against Christopher's wishes, but I guess that kind of thing is binding?
Then, we get into talking about Unity, what happened in her Day in the Life comic, and more!
Around 12 minutes in, we get to your questions, which take up the rest of the episode. And what good questions they are!
Thanks so much to all of you delightful listeners, and also to the very few of you who have chosen the path of undelightfulness - we support your decisions as well. Big thanks especially to our Patreon supporters. You make this all possible!
We've already recorded next week's episode, so tune in next week to hear all about the Science of the Multiverse!
This Editor's Note has been released later in the day today, as we recorded it live this morning! Sorry for the delay, but we're all caught up now and back to our mostly regular schedule.
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Here's the upcoming schedule!
And here's a photograph of one of our whiteboards! (It's the one with the recording/release schedule.)
Today, we talk about a lot of stuff! It can mostly be broken down into the categories of SCRPG related things, Fanatic and Ra questions, and Other Questions. Enjoy! Get your questions for Day in the Life: Unity, and Science in the Multiverse ASAP!