^ Ah, okay. I guess it’s also important to note that what EvaOtaku has is just the screenplay, which doesn’t really mean that it represents what was finally decided upon before or during the recording of the voice actors. Megumi Ogata suggesting to Anno that Shinji should remain silent after Kaworu’s death (and Anno agreeing with that) means that there might be dialogue in the screenplay that is no longer considered part of the official work. I can imagine the same thing happening for EoE, which changes being made after things are already written.
My understanding is that the End of Evangelion "screenplay" on EvaOtaku is actually a transcript. In other words, it's based off listening to the Japanese audio of the finished movie and translating it into English. (As opposed to reading a Japanese screenplay and translating it into English.) This is presumably why the [URL=http://www.evaotaku.com/html/air.html]Translator's Notes[/URL] say that "other (mostly background) lines are rather difficult to hear." I interpret this as an indication that some or all of the dialogue is being transcribed by ear.
The [URL=http://wiki.evageeks.org/Resources:End_of_Evangelion_Screenplays#External_Links]EvaWiki[/URL] also suggests the EvaOtaku version is a transcript:
[URL=http://www.evaotaku.com/html/screenplay.html]The End of Evangelion Motion Picture Screenplay.[/URL] Translated by Bochan_bird. (Despite the name, this is a translation of the final movie's dialogue formatted into a "screenplay", not the pre-production screenplay.)
I wrote more about this previously [URL=http://forum.evageeks.org/post/655783/Screenplays/#655783]here[/URL]. Also, I could be wrong, so of course anyone should please correct me if I am.
I just wanted to clarify this because you wrote that the EvaOtaku text might not represent "what was finally decided upon before or during the recording of the voice actors." And if it was a translation of an actual screenplay used in production, that would be true. But if it's really a transcript, it should be based on the final dialogue as heard in the film.