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TNA is an atheist.
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 10th 2020 at 7:44:32 PM
I would assume so. The closest they would ever come to "religion" is the etymology of certain constellations. Beyond that, it is simply a moot point.
TNA is some kind of craftsman or artisan.
She can make ice sculptures. Does that count?
TNA has Super Senses.
Not really. This is probably the case for some of the stronger vampires in the Preacher!verse, who have superhuman strength, manipulate people telepathically and can fly, but Cass has very few vampiric powers so he's basically just a normal human except he gets shot in the heart a lot.
TNA is a Dreadful Musician
Alpha... well, he's not terrible at music and is sorta good? The music he'd probably do is synthetic electronic stuff. He does have the capability to create music-playing stuff, but that's not really considered playing music at all.
TNA is cute.
Won't be Military Moe if the girls aren't cute.
TNA is designed to appeal to a niche audience.
TNA has red eyes.
In one of my other photos, yes.
TNA is an anime girl.
Edited by AHSVelocity on Feb 12th 2020 at 12:15:42 PM
Ryusei is an anime art style boy (Since sadly he will never actually be IN an anime. He is simply a fan character for one...).
TNA is not anime art style.
Edited by CrystalMemoria on Feb 12th 2020 at 12:33:28 PM
You're definitely wrong there, buddy.
TNA has a least 3 characters in it.
Technically only two at most, since he can turn into a spaceship. Still not three.
TNA is capable of combat.
Yeah. His whole deal is that he’s able to fight off imps and other odd things by inflicting pain on them through his own body. (Hollywood Voodoo at its finest, sure, but the game’s fun.) Good old fashioned fisticuffs work too, but Vince’s specialty is kicking his own ass — and everything else that gets in his way along with it.
The next avatar is in some fashion associated with the color yellow.
Skip post, I didn't read Tre's guess properly.
Edited by Dhiruxide on Feb 13th 2020 at 12:21:15 PM
There are yellow flowers surrounding him, and ignoring those, Kirby has a yellow coloration.
TNA is a nice guy.
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 13th 2020 at 6:22:54 PM
Yes, two of them.
TNA has or personally knows someone with a Overly Long Name.
Yes. He knows a noble girl of the same spaceship person race named Alternova Exoth Dauntless.
TNA has a relatively short name.
Proinsias Cassidy isn't super short, but it isn't a particular long name either.
Who knows, though, he could have, like, 50 middle names for all we know. Cass doesn't let many people know his first name is Proinsias. Like hell he'd tell anyone about his middle name(s) if he had any.
TNA is not the only avatar of that character that the next troper has in their gallery
Edited by trashconverters on Feb 14th 2020 at 12:53:26 AM
Yes,I got another Gaz avvie but this is the first one I have.
TNA is from a Disney Work.
Edited by TabbyGirl4 on Feb 13th 2020 at 9:10:41 AM
Nah. His game was made by a tiny studio named Beep Industries, and published by some weird indie label called, ah, Microsoft Game Studios. note Or just "Microsoft Studios" when the remaster launched, but that's just splitting hairs.
The next avatar is also a little known character from a large publisher of some sort.
Edited by Tre on Feb 13th 2020 at 9:43:41 AM
Yostar rakes in millions of USD from Azur Lane alone, enough to fund their own anime studio, so I suppose it's safe to say they're a "big" (if relatively unknown in the west) publisher. Meanwhile, Ethan is a character from Yostar's newest IP who is mostly popular amongst the furries in AK's fandom, a segment that is outnumbered by the people who came for the Little Bit Beastly waifus/husbandos.
TNA attracts the work's Periphery Demographic.
Edited by ArmoredFury on Feb 13th 2020 at 9:58:49 PM
It's pretty uncommon with children. This is mostly aimed at young adults.
TNA is based on a webtoon.
No, it's actually a Crossover between an anime/manga and a video game.
TNA has no characters in it.
TNA is religious, or at least sees religion as a good thing.
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 15th 2020 at 5:15:24 PM
TNA's dark or awful past is something they hide at all costs.
Exusiai does, which isn't surprising, considering that she came from Fantasy Vatican and is part of an angel-like race. As for the others? Not sure. Texas probably doesn't want to talk about it. Sora is most likely legally bound by her agency to not disclose her personal beliefs. Croissant seems too concerned about making money to care about spiritual stuff.
Not intentionally, at least. Almost no one knows about Texas' past. Not her boss. Not her colleagues. Not even the extensive intelligence network specifically tasked to find out more about her. The only ones that know is Texas herself (who seems to be more apathetic than actively hiding it) and Lappland (who have an obsession with Texas, but never tells you the details).
TNA works above the law.
Edited by ArmoredFury on Feb 15th 2020 at 5:27:10 PM
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