By Gracie

Doris is back and has literally fixed all the problems. She helped us reorganize ourselves so we were able to work back into a story and concept that made sense. We now have three tiers of Quilko. His Vegas, his Bunker, and his Acid trip. The names are obviously something we’re working on, but the idea is there. The idea is that Quilko covers up on the surface with flashy lights, but is really hiding deep underneath these lights in his bunker. Once the bunker is exploded, he is then stuck in a confusing mess of emotions (his acid trip). I like this setup so much better. It’s clean, it makes sense, and it allows for a more structured approach at Quilko’s character and development in life.

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