Misused: Always Night get usage counts
Deadlock Clock: 6th Mar 2014 11:59:00 PM

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26 Willbyr6th Mar 2014 04:03:19 AM from North Little Rock, AR , Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
Anime-ted
18 would seem to be the best way to approach this.
27 shimaspawn9th Mar 2014 03:01:32 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
I agree, it should be settings that are Always Night for whatever reason.
Reality is that, which when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.

-Philip K. Dick
28 StarSword9th Mar 2014 03:04:10 PM from somewhere in deep space , Relationship Status: In denial
29 Willbyr9th Mar 2014 07:28:55 PM from North Little Rock, AR , Relationship Status: Pining for the fjords
Anime-ted
[up] Hooked.
30 MyFinalEdits9th Mar 2014 08:01:03 PM from Venezuela , Relationship Status: Hugging my pillow
Meh
I've already made by vote in favor.
This isn't working. It just doesn't feel the same anymore. I feel ruined, discouraged, excluded.
31 shimaspawn28th Mar 2014 05:24:07 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
Calling for redefinition to the setting being always night.
Reality is that, which when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.

-Philip K. Dick
Could we just... not have Death anymore?
Page is scrubbed. I'm not really happy about the Video Game examples, though. I'm not sure if stage/levels should count for the purposes of this trope or not. Even if it is, someone else should go over that section to doublecheck my work. I'll start on the wicks now.
Yeah I am confused on that for Video Games, While Night Level might be a valid side trope for level based games.

But what about places like that City in Final Fantasy VIII? which is always at night, and I mean always even in flashback from 20 years ago it is at night. The World Map even goes night when the city is approached and goes day when you move away from it.
Could we just... not have Death anymore?
That seems much clearer: it is an example. Anything with a world map that indicates "this area is dark" seems to have the same sense of belonging that non-videogame examples have. But randomly running into a cave level, or one stage is dark to represent time passing, doesn't seem to fit.
Could we just... not have Death anymore?
I've gone through up to One Night on the wicks. Feeling drained after that. Don't really want to continue the cleanup. Does anyone else have opinions on what I and ~Memers think RE: vigeo games with nighttime levels?
36 shimaspawn24th Mar 2015 01:06:11 PM from Here and Now , Relationship Status: In your bunk
There are some definite bits of misuse in the video game folder.
Reality is that, which when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.

-Philip K. Dick
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Single Proposition: Always Night
9th Mar '14 3:02:45 PM
Vote up for yes, down for no.
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