Newly translated interview

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Newly translated interview

Postby Shinto-Cetra » Thu Jul 16, 2020 11:03 pm
Some very interesting info there, particularly  Lunar was originally going to be steampunk!

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Re: Newly translated interview

Postby Alunissage » Sat Jul 18, 2020 5:43 am

Interesting timing; I just discovered those interviews a few months ago myself. Maou and I have talked about getting them (and others I've found) translated and posted, but I've been kind of distracted lately...and also don't currently have access to the scanner at work to deal with some of the pile of Japanese magazines I have.

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Re: Newly translated interview

Postby Temzin » Thu Jul 23, 2020 1:30 am

Interesting that they found it...I thought only Alun would be able to dig up such now-obscure treasures like these old magazines! Reading these interviews again, I’m reminded of how we talked before about how there really wasn’t much of interest there compared to the infinitely more in-depth Lunar I&II book interviews, beyond the early idea of a whole bunch of airships and Vheen-like cities battling, which is why I passed on translating them before. Good to see that schmupulations was aware of Lunar-Net, not only avoiding duplication with what’s already here but even linking to the site!
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