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The Star Wars: Anthology audio drama series project began in May 2003 and launched with its first episode in July 2003 as a means of continuing to produce original Star Wars fan audio dramas, by series creator Nathan P. Butler and other interested creators, under one unified imprint. As they say, safety and notoriety often come in numbers.
 
The series began with five original tales by series creator Nathan P. Butler, including Dreamscape (winner of the 2002 TFN Fan Films Scriptwriting Contest), Doubts Cast, The Mob, Addiction, and Responsibility. For former two scripts were based on film concepts by Butler and Pete Dixon, while the latter episode was intended as a prequel story to Second Strike.
 
The sixth and seventh tales comprised a second era for the series, with new episodes written by guest writers Sean Koury (No Way Out) and Christopher Walker (To Overcome) and mixed by Steve Fluharty.
 
Now, a third era has begun, as new writers enter the series, mixing their own tales to hone their skills. These new writers that you'll see in the coming year include Gregory Harbin, Ian Bowie, and poss
 
While all of Anthology's tales are a part of the Rayzur's Edge Audio canon, and several stories tie into other audio tales, such as Second Strike and Nothing Changes, the tales within the Anthology collection do not connect to one another directly.
 

EPISODE DIRECTORY
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July 1, 2003 (I)
August 1, 2003 (II)
September 1, 2003 (III)
October 1, 2003 (IV)
November 1, 2003 (V)
January 6, 2004 (VI)
February 1, 2004 (VII)
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Nathan P. Butler
Writer (I-IV)
Director
Sound Engineer (I-V)
Sean Koury
Writer (VI)
Christopher Walker
Writer (VII)
Steve Fluharty
Sound Engineer (VI-VII)
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EPISODE LENGTH FILE SIZE DOWNLOAD
Doubts Cast 13:24 12.2 MB MP3
Dreamscape 22:43 20.8 MB MP3
The Mob 15:08 13.8 MB MP3
Addiction 15:43 14.4 MB MP3
Responsibility 18:43 17.1 MB MP3
No Way Out 29:52 27.3 MB MP3
To Overcome 13:32 10.8 MB MP3
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Richard Brookes
Malchik Raine
Adam Bertocci
Prevoda Vatil
Brian Bisetti
Bartender
Jor Ti'lana
Tal Brightstormer
Salim Jessit
Michael Smith
Patron
General Jorad Reeftut
Sate Pestage
Nathan P. Butler
Narrator
Yoda
Rolan
Cheedoto
Michael Haspil
Zirik "Quintas" Pahl
Nolan
Channus Brightstormer
Matthew Gordon
Kai Ta'ralyn
Kal S'Darcis
Cargo Loader
David Ganssle
Harran Pahl
Amy Ferrell
Dira Ritah
Kolita Jessit
Female Jedi
Mom
Christopher Walker
Solan
Recruiter
Edward Gore
Dolan
Rookie Pilot
Bryan Henry
Darran Boggs
Krista Kolesar
Miss Lira
"Voice"
Rich Sigfrit
General
Paul Broyles
Doctor
Sean Koury
Lawg Skrak
Andrew Fafard
Dalnus Cam
Wyntar Fontaine
Herra Kannis
Aleese Fluharty
Computer Voices
Michael Sheridan
Holdenus Flight Control
Trooper Captain
Steve Mollman
Base
"You"
Gary Mongar
Clonetroopers
Steve Fluharty
Additional Voices
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EPISODE INFORMATION
 
Doubts Cast is an audio drama presentation of an original fan film script that Nathan P. Butler wrote back in 2001 for Pete Dixon as part of an intended series entitled Force Tales. When the project never came to pass, Nathan took the opportunity to turn the script into an episode for the Anthology series.
       This story explores the concept of how to best "preserve the peace," from the perspective of one character, Malchik Raine, looking back on the day he learned that particular lesson.
 
Dreamscape is also an audio drama presentation of an original fan film script written by Nathan P. Butler for Pete Dixon in 2001 as part of an intended series entitled Force Tales. While the film was never created, the script was entered into the first TFN (TheForce.Net) Fan Films Scriptwriting Contest and won, making it a logical step in the Anthology series.
 
The Mob explores the concept of the "mob mentality" and the accountability (or lack thereof) in such situations. This is in direct response to the concept of "socially-triggered" riots in American culture, such as the Watts Riots in 1968 or the riots in the wake of the Rodney King verdict.
 
Addiction is the story of an X-Wing pilot struggling with one of our greatest social ills, drug abuse. The story is set in the context of an official inquiry.
 
Responsibility is a story cast amid a backdrop that should be very familiar to those living in the Post-9/11 world.
 
No Way Out involves a hunter seeking dangerous prey on Holdenus and facing deadly obstacles in the form of, among other things, a certain Jedi Master last found (in the Anthology series) on Angeelsk. Can even Jedi Master Prevoda Vatil face up to the infamous Lawg Skrak? And what of his prey?
 
To Overcome, written by Christopher Walker, is a journey through the mind of one young man as he struggles with many of the deeper things of life: service to country; family; death. This is not a piece about the horrors of war, and makes no anti-war or pro-war statements except within the context of philosophy. Rather, this tale is about the personal journey of one young man.
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