Project Blackstone – Warhound
Today Project Blackstone definitely broke the pattern posting Twitter entries four days in a row. The 15th Anniversary of StarCraft is in two days — Sunday, March 31st.
The Warhound is on the spotlight in this Twitter update. Yesterday, a new short story titled Command Performance by Alex Irvine appeared in the official StarCraft II website featuring the Warhound.
Dr. Daniel Rothfuss: I’ve been over your Warhound modifications – some impressive attempts at streamlining here, Red.
Red Quinton: Thanks, old timer. Are you part of Branmoor’s review process now?
Dr. Daniel Rothfuss: Ha, no not at all. Just poking around some of the schematics you stored here on the network. Nothing too formal.
Red Quinton: Poking around in my high-security, encoded files, huh? I like you already.
Dr. Daniel Rothfuss: Oh were they protected? My apologies.
Red Quinton: No apologies required – like I said, I’m impressed that an old coot like yourself knows how to hack into protected files.
Dr. Daniel Rothfuss: Oh, I dabble in machine language. A hobby, really. May I ask you about these Warhound modifications you’ve got planned?
Red Quinton: Fire away
Dr. Daniel Rothfuss: I see you’ve stripped out the pilot security template to allow for quicker construction and an overall boost in system power.
Dr. Daniel Rothfuss: Do you have any concerns about leaving such a powerful weapon with the keys in the ignition?
Red Quinton: These babies are going up against aliens, gramps. Do we really need a thumb-scanner to protect against Grand Theft Warhound?
Red Quinton: Can’t imagine a roach hijacking our mech for a spin around the block. And the protoss wouldn’t set foot in that tin can.
Dr. Daniel Rothfuss: I’m just pointing out vulnerabilities, my friend. Never underestimate an enemy that can travel between the stars.
Red Quinton: I like the way you think, Dan. What do you say we grab a drink after work and chew the fat?
Dr. Daniel Rothfuss: Oh how grand.
This new entry makes me wonder if Rothfuss had anything to do with framing Redell Quinton in a recent Project Blackstone update. It’s hard to tell if some of the strange incidents and character slip ups are or not red herrings.
Go to twitter, and create a new LIST. Title it as “Project Blackstone Crew”. Add all of the Project Blackstone characters to the LIST by visiting their page and clicking the arrow (located left of the “Follow” button) and choosing “Add or Remove from List”. Then check mark “Project Blackstone Crew”.
Project Blackstone Characters on Twitter
- Jake Ramsey (Xenoarchaeologist/Protoss Specialist): https://twitter.com/JakeJRamsey
- Adjuntant 33-27: http://twitter.com/Adjutant3327
- Dr. Helek Branamoor (Chief of Research, Project Director): http://twitter.com/HelekBranamoor
- Major Lee Treicher (Head of Security): http://twitter.com/LeeTreicher
- Dr. Daniel Rothfuss (Astrophysicist): http://twitter.com/DanielRothfuss
- Dr. Talise Cogan (Xenobiologist): http://twitter.com/TaliseCogan
- Dr. Warren G. Held (Xenobiologist, Senior Protoss Specialist): http://twitter.com/WarrenGHeld
- Redell “Red” Quinton (Chief Engineer): http://twitter.com/RedellQuinton
- Dr. Talen Ayers (Xenobiologist, Senior Zerg Specialist): http://twitter.com/TalenAyers
- Dr. Leah A. Martine (Xenobiologist): http://twitter.com/LeahAMartine
- Dr. Pamela G. Foster (Chemical Engineer, Explosives Expert): http://twitter.com/PamelaGFoster
- Dr. Vera Langridge (Xenobotanist): http://twitter.com/VeraLangridge