R.A. Montgomery: We believe in always having the right to fail.
Sarah Northway: It is pretty tricky to figure those Kickstarter budgets out.
Montgomery: Was it successful? I don’t remember any particular response to it.
Northway: Absolutely. Heck yes.
Montgomery: It could be interpreted either way.
Northway: Should I help?
Montgomery: I don’t know.
Northway: We’re in a tiny town on a little herb and chicken farm, where deer and black bears visit our backyard.
Montgomery: That gets boring pretty soon.
Montgomery: So, you can choose to go in right away, or wait for another day, or wait for a helicopter rescue crew that might or might not get there.
Northway: There are zombies, rival gangs, and a whole lot of story wound in.
Montgomery: The choice you make might very well have a moral tone to it.
Northway: Where there is pure randomness, I want you to feel like you’re making a strategic choice.
Montgomery: And sometimes those choices are needed to make the plot advance, but it's got to be a compelling choice. And what is a compelling choice?