Anthony Caravella Junior knows why Noble was commissioned for his final sculpture and the whereabouts of the missing pilot. The team must travel to Pell-1 to ask him, but first they will have to survive their own secrets.
Theory that Dregg is the missing Caravella brother
"the other Caravellas are human tho" true, but consider
serious reasoning: adoption exists and it could compound on what we know abt the 3rd Caravella being a black sheep of the family
gut reasoning: wouldn't it be Wild Tho if that were right
obvs i dont actually have any solid reasoning for this aside from coincidental conjecture and fully expect for it to get debunked Immediately (im even starting to remember some things that might debunk it right now) but its all i could think about for half the episode so im putting it out here now and sticking to it until Conrad personally kicks my door down and refutes it
Secrets! Lies! Just how many party members are trying to avoid the people they're about to speak to!?
[ You CAN get extremely silly? Guess I'm listening to the wrong Podcast...]
[Hey, I don't kill anything to live, I subsist purely on Soylent Green ("The Taste Varies from Person to Person!")]
That Tony Caravella - what a nice guy!
"So either risk your life... or give me a kiss!" Not options you're often presented with...
[ The Descent is one awesome - but scary - film! ]
So the party are probing the crack? Is it dark and moist?
I'm sure Mr Caravella will be FINE with a nice Thank You note.
You've met Gollum!
[ Easy way to remember which are Stalagmites and which are Stalactites - "Up with the mites and down with the tights!" ]
So the afterlife is in a dark cave?
So the Maxwells were made from people (or at least, humanoids - presumably giants)? Is this Dune? I'm kinda assuming that the Reigarr read right to left (unlike the "proper" way of reading left to right), which is deliberate misdirection on the part of Austin.
Sorry, but the Captain was really trying to cheat by using OOC info at the end there.