Part 25: Final Thoughts
Part one, where I blow apart MDickie's 'religious neutrality' once and for all.
Part two, where I dissect the most amazingly tastic article on MDickie's website.
For those of you allergic to Tindeck, here's the source files. You'll probably notice a few hiccups in the soundtrack, I edited out background noises and instances where I got tongue-tied and it wasn't funny, and it's a little shoddy in a few spots.
And now, my personal credits.
General Ironicus for playing through The You Testament, bringing my attention to MDickie, and helping me start this thread.
LordLicorice, an online friend of mine, who I showed The Making of a Prophet to. His antics during a stream he made of his first time playing it helped set the wheels for this LP in motion. He also was the one who suggested the fantastic thread title.
Jayana for putting up with me, and providing commentary.
Alex for bringing me hashbrowns.
Steadfast Meat for making my amazing avatar.
Seth Turtle for buying me said amazing avatar.
Metrohunter for buying
The Rest of the Goons for being so receptive to the thread, assisting me in pointing out historical inaccuracies, and putting up with my technical problems with the videos and audio.
My next LP is almost certainly going to be Breath of Fire IV, but exactly when that'll be, I have no idea. I can only say 'eventually.' It's been a while since I last played the game, so I'll have to reacquaint myself with my old friend. I'll also have to see if I can either accustom myself to the emulator keyboard version of the remote, or find a good PS1/2 controller-to-computer connector. It'll likely be a hybrid LP, screenshots for most stuff, video for boss battles, action-oriented cutscenes/cutscenes where the music is awesome, and the big ol' cutscene attacks like dragon breaths.
But for now, this is the official end of Let's Play The Making of a Prophet. It's been a crazy ride, and I'm glad most of you seemed to enjoy it. I'll leave the thread open for a while, and close it when the discussions seem to peter out.