1. Do you think I-Rex would be proud of I-Black? And if she would hear about Mills, would she be proud of the destruction he made, or would she think "Hey! I'm a monster, not a demon!"?
2. That's one disturbing audio. I might using that disturbing atributes to Jane from Courteney and Berthold's story. Do you see Jane develope a disturbing taste for blood, or just as the badass in developement as in the main scenario?
3. Know "The Walking Dead"? So soon there will be a new game in the universe. "Overkill". It's about 4 survivors who gather together from different backgrounds. 3 of them have similarities to characters in my own upcoming zombie story. From what i saw in the trailers, i liked Grant the most.
The first trailer is saw was Aidan (hilariously enough, i have a good friend who's also called Aidan), but after seeing Grant and (to a lesser extent) Heather, Aidan is my least favorite character in the heroes group. It might change though. Maya have shades of Glenn from the tv series.
4. Do you know Yuval Noah Harari? So he's a well known historian who wrote two great books. "Sapiens: A brief history of humankind" and "Homo Deus: A brief history of tomorrow". I have both books at home. I consider Harari as at the very least one of the 5 smartest people i know. In "Homo Deus", he had one episode where he talked about how belife systems evolving during life changing events. One his examples talked about a situation where Don Quixote kill a real person as part of his madness. In Harari's opinion, a plausible outcome is that Quixote will use the horrible act to fuel his own stupidity. In other words, Quixote will delude himself into believing that person was after his throat and posed a threat to whatever faith Quixote hold dearly. I do recommend to get these books when you can.