On the conclusion of the skullhunters’ epilogue, and the difficult decision to usurp the vignette’s ambiguous ending to satisfy Jezebel’s storyline.
The skullhunter epilogue was a particularly challenging piece for me to write, a series of tough decisions leading to the showdown between Jezebel and Tracy four years after the original “Jezebel” vignette aired. I’m incredibly happy to welcome them back to the Night Zero stage one more time before the book is closed. Jezebel remains a fan-favorite character as well as a personal favorite, and it thrills me to no end that she has been received with just the blend of love and hate that I had hoped for her.
When the “Jezebel” vignette first aired, I kept my thoughts brief and vague to avoid spoiling what was to come from her, so it wasn’t until her appearance in Episode Three that I had a chance to lay out the history of her character. Her fundamental aspect was that she would have no secret motives or revealing backstory, that we never revealed a who or a why behind the chaos of Jezebel. Throughout her appearances in the various vignettes and serial episodes, all that’s certain is that she’s trouble.
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