Gilbert as he appears in Lieutenant Joel Arnett's Game
Vintage Advertisement Poster
Poster Advertisement for Chicago's 1933 World's Fair.
This poster was chosen because it was a glimpse of the world before it plunged back into darkness of World War II. It had already been broken by World War I, so the look to the future was to rebuild the world. This is why Art Deco is so strikingly different from all other art forms before it.
The Technocratic Revolution for Antiford can be view as the seminal event in the same vein as WWI. The Monarchy had been overthrown and killed off. with the old order gone, it was urgent for the Technocrats to rebuild the world and moving forward with progress.
Technocratic Vodka (aka Ice Water)
2 Parts Frozen Ice
3 Parts Liquid Water
Songs (Part 1)
Pearl Jam - The Fixer This song is from Gilbert's viewpoint. This is very much like the Vintage Advertisement, The world has gone wrong. The Technocrats have the solution.
You Know My Name - Chris Cornell - Casino Royale Opening Okay. This is admittedly going a bit Meta. You all Know Gilbert. (for better or worse) It doesn't help that I'm trying to do influence master and getting someone who's not afraid to get his hand dirty like Bond. Or worse, a Bond Villain.
Songs (Part 2)
Denis Leary - Asshole This is what most people say when you mention Gilbert.
Darling Violetta - Smaller God Hush. *finger to lips* You don't have to admit you were thinking about a Glibert\Mordecai slash story.