There’s something here that doesn’t belong
Song of the Day: “Ana Ng” by They Might Be Giants
Or maybe a Console even? Anyone?
I call it a console slaughter.
whenever anyone draws anything for me i just
When people think your mental disability or problem impairs your roleplay ability, and won’t give you a chance. I’m ADD, depression-and-anxiety-ridden, and they’re considering autism from what I picked up, and because of this people will just outright refuse to interact with me, claiming these make me a bad roleplayer. It really fucking hurts and implies that these people think people like me don’t have actual feelings and can’t be hurt by these kinds of things.
Okay, here goes:
- I’d have to go with Shamrock as my representative hero, mostly because I’m sure he has one of the highest, and most variable, move pool out of my characters. Also, he’s just plain my favorite.
- For my villain, I’m probably going to go with Cazador, as he has a “berserk” nature to his fighting style, and unlike his fellow Paladins, actually prefers melee weapons over ammunition.
- You have a lot of heroes to choose from, but I’d think we’d have to go with Alex as the hero for the fighting game. First, we need hir for the sake of adding some Japanese gender confusion to the game, and second because we need more sword users in this game.
- As for the villain, going to have to go with Skull. Mostly because you don’t have many villains to choose from who aren’t frustratingly vague entities, but also because I like the idea of having a teleporter who wields a chain as his primary weapon.
- Tsu’s characters are a rainbow of gray moral ambiguity, except for, of course, Caleb. So far, only Shamrock has been the other elemental user on the roster, but Caleb also adds the use of melee weapons and defensive maneuvers. Besides, we need someone who’s adorably oblivious to draw in the female demographic.
- As for her villains, there is a lack of straight-out evil characters, so I’m going to go with Asha, though her status as a villain is debatable. At the very least, we’ll have a Dark Chick in the game who might throw some fetish fuel out there for our Cheetoh-munching neckbeard players.
- You know what this game needs? Chivalry. Chivalry and swords. Bring in Lance. Anyone who can summon an arsenal of bladed weapons needs to be in a fighting game. Also, he’s a bishounen. We need a bishounen.
- Let’s face it, Casey only has one really known villain and that is mister Shade Southerncross. Shadow magic, yay!
- Valkyrie. We need at least one good woman without gender confusion, right? Also, of course being the one good woman she is also the most clothed one, as well. Jewel magic! So many possibilities in fighting ability for that one.
- As for the villain, let’s go with her dear old Elegy. No, there’s not much else to him other than being a raving mad oil-slicking angel, but what else do we need? He’s fucking crazy. Chicks dig fucking crazy.
- Roger, obviously. Cyborg gynophobic who plays guitars? Heck yes, that’s what my fighting game needs! Also top hats. Every fighting game needs at least one person wearing a top hat.
- The villain would have to be Pinkus. He’s the old guy who will still kill you dead if you underestimate him. Also he has lots of magic. Whee, old guys and magics!
- Tough choice, but for the hero I’m going to go with Topaz. We have one guntoting bitch on the list right now, so what we need is another, and a magical one to boot.
- Uroh, because I’ll be honest he’s the only straightforward villain I’ve interacted with. Besides, he’s a melee/sword-focused villain with obsession over a kingdom and has connections to an outerdimensional eldritch abomination that runs a game-like showdown. I can see this happening, and him being a plot device.