My big question: Were you worried about how the cliffhanger ending is/was received? Did you have a whole possible ending written out in case you didn't go through with the cliffhanger (not that I'm asking you to say it). I honestly am not a fan of that kind of ending, and like a good solid answer, but I also understand plenty of people like that sort of thing too. So it's gonna be a super divisive. And the rest of the episode was stellar so I can only complain so much.
And obviously the "what other things did you have plans for depending on what they chose" question. I know there was lots of shouting in chat about Howard and grav tanks, and there's tons of stuff to reference, but of course so many of the characters are dead now (and octopuses I found out only have about a 3-5 year life span. they should've befriended a talking sea turtle instead).
Matt absolutely killed it, so much of what he said near the end and the talk between Pi and Piani felt like a written script and not just a rollplay thing. It was amazing.
edit: OH also one other question: Did you do the whole Randy sniper killing Higgs thing fully knowing that Piani could bring him back to life, and would you have done that still if Piani couldn't revive him? Cause killing off Higgs so suddenly, in one shot, and then just having him be dead for the next hour and a half wouldn't have been too great. Was there planning around that whole thing or was it really all up to chance