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What pieces of historical trash-talk bring a smile to your faces?
As a prelude to the Articles of Confederation, what's your favourite part of the Bill of Rights? (I personally think the 9th is underrated)
I've seen James' suggestions on titles such as Atilla: Total War, has he/either of you ever investigated games such as Europa Universalis IV or Hearts of Iron IV? If not they may be of interest from both a historical perspective and making your own "alternative history"
And now a game question. Have you played, and if so, what do you think of ICEY?
Animation question for Dan - Is the £20 million budget for the upcoming Netflix/BBC coproduction of a 4x60 Watership Down miniseries a particularly good, bad, or about normal for tv animation?
Of all the historical figures featured on Extra History so far, whose life would you most like to see made into a Hamilton-style musical?
Can you really fill a six-episode series on the Sea People?! It's a really long way back in history and I would've thought that reliable sources would be few and far-between...
You've covered a broad, cross history, linguistics topic (History of Writing), and a broad, cross history, economics topic (History of Paper Money), what equivalent scoping, broad, cross history, science or mathematics topic would you most like to cover?
Have you heard of Policarpa Salavarrieta "la pola"? I would to summit a series about her.
Do you play tabletop RPGs, or just the electronic games? I'm particularly thinking of the WW game Exalted, which seems like it would be up your alley.
Out of the things you cut out off the Simon Bolivar series, what else would you like to cover?
Sorry of the Question spam. Caffeine hitting the system. But do you guys see true Cross-platform play becoming a thing?
A bit of historical WAGing (Wild A** Guessing). What do you think the state of Europe would be like if the Holy Roman Empire never fell into the feuding confederacy it did after the death of Charlemagne?
What are your thoughts on the weird timing things that occur sometimes. I'm referring to things like Graham Bell patenting his telephone on the same day as Elisha Gray, Newton and Leibniz's invention of calculus, and so on?
How do you feel about the switch? do you see possibilities in the way games are made and played?
Speaking of alternate history - Have either of you played Scythe, set in an alternate universe 1920s with mechs; the 1920+ universe is, I believe, loosely inspired by the Soviet-Polish war 1919-1921 originally...
Do you think your narrative style of telling history would suit the creation of Inuktitut syllabics?
Regarding strategic uncertainty: Do you have any ideas on increasing uncertainty in the late game without falling prey to the dreaded RNG? New systems in the mid/late game?
As I just got done rocking out to John Williams Symphony for a Saga on Audioshield, where do you guys see VR going? If anywhere beyond a very niche item?
What do you think about making extra-history about Flavius Aetius and Attila the Hun? I really like the poetic justice on which it ends.
What exactly were mystery cults? I've come across the term a number of times, but never really understood what was being referred ti.
How is most of the research for Extra history episodes done? Do you have any particular favorite resources?
You've talked a lot about the evolution of the Warhammer 40k license through the years. Do you have any thoughts on the Star Wars license? It seems like there could be a lot of interesting analysis there from stuff LucasArts did in-house to movie tie-ins to stuff they outsourced and even Disney Infinity.
Game Question. As Developers, what do you think is the stronger Mario sequel between 2 US or 2 JP? I personally lean towards the US squeal but I am biased. (I know this question = FIGHTIN WORDS!)