the wildly anti-democratic themes in WoD games always skeeved me out, honestly.
ya i think it’s interesting how thoroughly Nerd Culture is invested in Special protagonists it seems somewhat pathological
i am pretty convinced that Nerd Culture on the whole is somewhat pathological. Special Protagonists are just an obvious and low-level manifestation of it.
hello boy welcome to my bedroom. come here. this is my bed. good bed. nice bed. let us have fun on this bed!!! yeah!!! hot!! having fun on the bed!! ha ha ha what??? having sex?? ha ha ha!! no, silly boy. put your clothes back on. we’re gonna read Umineko. where are you going. come back. read Umineko. read Umineko. fuckign rrea d Ummi, nek o„ rr r ead , read ,
the thing i like about cyberpunk is that it was completely correct about universal malevolent corporate oversight, the total destruction of the middle class, and the profound desperation and hunger that drives young people to learn hacking and internet fluency. you can sort of mentally prepare yourself for how incredbly bad things are by reading, for example, any Shadowrun campaign or World of Darkness flavor book from the late 80s early 90s and saying to yourself, softly like a cantrip, “this but unironically”
I still have a hard time grasping the fact that
are voiced by the same woman
does that mean that in the snk dub hanji will be voiced by vic mignogna because
new traffic light color ideas
- purple: turn around and go back
- mega green: like green except greener. it means that you have to double go.
- cyan: apply your turbo boosters and do a cool drift or get arrested by the car law
- black: sucks you into a cyber vortex where you have to do a bonus stage road and collect rings
excited to have tsurepettan stuck in my head until the end of time
pettan pettan tsurepettan