Hello everyone, it has been a while since we have done an update to what we have in the works! This also includes all the changes that have recently been set! Read the rest of this entry
Hey guys. So it’s no secret that Geeks In A Dungeon has been on a halt for quite some time, but there is good reason for it.
While there are still a good number of episodes to release, the last we left off the series we actually had six players involved. Unfortunately on top of getting every person back to record, which is already a challenging thing, there have been life-involved moments that have drastically changed the course for most of us.
As mentioned in a prior post, Josh has left us for two years to serve a church mission. Josh played the character Thievy in our adventure and became a primary protagonist, which makes it hard to continue without him. Our other player has also left on a mission some time way before Josh left, he played a character that has not yet released in the currently available episodes but he too played an important role. Aside from absent members, we have all been busy with things such as jobs, marriage, and other important duties.
Now of course I am not the driving force for Geeks In A Dungeon, that would be our very own Sherman. He too has had some time consuming duties that have resulted in both the delay of continuing this series and even editing currently recorded material. To top it all off, his computer was recently having some problems. As of now it has been fixed but it’s still worth noting.
Now Sherman has that driving desire to keep on making Geeks In A Dungeon going, but he too has recognized the complex situation of continuing where we left off. So it is possible that a soft reboot will be in the works soon.
If this happens, we will keep our same characters and our same personalities and traits, but the adventure would restart from scratch and perhaps even be revised or revamped, depending on how Sherman goes on handling it. Despite people like Josh being absent, his character may still appear in an integral role in the story in some way, although that’s not entirely certain.
Now the prior episodes will most likely continue to be available, but will probably be alternately titled as “separate timeline” adventures or as pilot tests, think simple OVA’s for an anime that is similar but not as defined in context or as long as the main anime series.
When will this happen? Who knows. It’s entirely up to Sherman to determine that and to get us all back together for more grand adventures! I’m just here to give an update on the situation.
Thanks for reading!
Hello everyone! It has, unsurprisingly, been a while yet again.
Well to celebrate the release of SOLO: A Star Wars Story (which any fan should definitely check out!), I figured it would be plausible to finally make a post that has been on the back burner of my mind since before episode eight even came out.
Obviously this post regards to the anthology films, which are canonical films in the saga that act as “in-between” tales to fill in the gaps between the episodic films that normally jump ahead in the timeline between films. To put it more simple, the main films regard the “Skywalker” storyline while the spin off films tell other random tales that usually contribute to the main overarching “Skywalker” tale.
But besides Rogue One, Solo, and the possible Kenobi, Yoda and Boba Fett films heading our way, what else could they do? There is certainly many stories that can be thrown aboard the silver screen, but which ones would we actually want to see? Well I certainly have some hopes for what they can do. While my ideas may seem odd or unlikely, keep in mind that it is highly possible of Lucasfilm to throw virtually anything at us especially since the latest Solo film proved that any unexpected thing can actually happen now (those who saw the film know what I mean).
I have thought up of five ideas that I would really, really want to see in the future of Star Wars, please have a look and feel free to comment or whatever. Read the rest of this entry