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Darkpagan: In a few short months Darkness ethereal will be gone for good,do you think its for the best and are you happy with what DE has acomplished?
DarkDread: It won't be just a few months... it will take a bit longer than that... but yeah, I'm happy with what we've accomplished. It's nice to go out with some good titles under our belt.

Darkpagan: DarkDreams is beginning to excite. Is it nice to be able to work solo again?
DarkDread: As I do 95% of everything in DE, it's pretty much the same, to be honest. I just don't have to go through any other members when making decisions.

Darkpagan: Why RPGs?
DarkDread: It's my favourite genre. Simple as that.

Darkpagan: The Dark Crown, after almost disappearing has went back into development. What inspired you to try and finish it?
DarkDread:The fact that it's been over five years since I released the original demo. I'm still not sure if I'll do it... but, it's there on the list 'just in case'.

Darkpagan: What do you think has changed in the amateur rpg scene since you first started. Has it improved?
DarkDread: I think there are some more neat games being made, yeah. I don't know if it's improved, so much as just increased in size though.

Darkpagan: Do you prefer Mini-RPGs and why?
DarkDread: I prefer coding mini RPGs, as, they can be done quicker... but, other than that, I don't really have a preference.

Darkpagan: Fave non professional game?
DarkDread: Fenix Blade

Darkpagan: What games inspire you most?
DarkDread: None anymore, really. I get more inspired by music these days.

Darkpagan: Mayonnaise or ketchup?
DarkDread: Mustard

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