Give me a player with known talent in an area like a Foundry author. Give me a writer or artist without a steady day job. Give me a game designer who's a known fan of Trek. Give me the name of someone well known and loved in the mod community for Elite Forces, Bridge Commander, or other games. It could be a ship artist, an environmental artist, a producer, a character artist. Give me a talented fan voice actor like the Pendant folks... or even just a fleetmate with a great voice over Vent.
And I'll add them to a list in this thread. I'll try to keep track of yeas. In the spirit of avoiding naming and shaming, I won't track "votes of nay" but you're welcome to argue why they'd be a bad fit or someone else would be a better fit in this thread.
Cryptic only has a few openings right now but game industry is high turnover so, the way I see it, directing their attention to people is good... and maybe for once Brandon could be forwarding our feedback to HR instead of the places he usually sends our feedback. HR could use our feedback too, right?
Denise & Michael Okuda
Duke of Rock
Last edited by stoleviathan99; 09-18-2012 at 12:49 PM.
i would say me for my visionary leadership, ethical and fair sense of commitment to do and follow through with what I say, my sense of true trek experiences intrigue drama, my work ethic to do the job right the first time and not pass the buck onto someone else to finish my unfinished work.
It is not very common for companies to seek out exceptional individuals, that plan, execute and make it happen.......
I would would say the Duke of Rock....his stories rock!
First: Someone who can design actually good looking ships. (fire that guy who designed the Imperial and all Fleet escorts)
Second: Denise & Michael Okuda as general art supervisors
Live long and prosper.
"...'With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censured...the first thought forbidden...the first freedom denied--chains us all irrevocably.' ... The first time any man's freedom is trodden on, we're all damaged. I fear that today--"
- Picard, quoting Judge Aaron Satie