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Season 32 because of Ryuzaki
Edited by VengefulBale on Nov 27th 2020 at 5:22:28 AM
Favorite HGS Season besides Reboot Season 60?
I like Paintra a lot!
Edited by TabbyGirl4 on Nov 27th 2020 at 6:17:55 AM
Who are your favorite Kirby bosses?
Some of my favorite episodes are: "Fortune Cookie", "No Pain, No Gain", "Wallaby On Wheels", "Wacky Delly", and "Magic Meatball".
Edited by KJsixteen on Nov 27th 2020 at 6:57:00 AM
Can you recall one of your favorite episodes of Rocko's Modern Life?
In hindsight DW from Arthur, never really thought about how relatable she is to me until later on.
Edited by MkayRose on Nov 27th 2020 at 1:37:24 PM
Was there any character you didn't expect to be relatable?
Edited by Wheatleyfangirl on Nov 27th 2020 at 6:20:02 AM
Does The Origami King give you high hopes for future Paper Mario games?
Ah..... I still haven't played it. I should probably get around to that someday.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Nov 27th 2020 at 6:23:23 AM
Have ya beaten Jevil in Deltarune?
Edited by VengefulBale on Nov 27th 2020 at 5:27:37 AM
I told this question to KingOfNightmares, but do you have favorite Complete Monster dragons?
It's the fact that not only does Misanthropy screams and spreads needless hatred, it wrongly points its finger at humankind when it should be pointing its finger at the uncaring natural laws of reality. On top of misguided hatred, Misanthropy is so venomous and emotionally draining to the point where we feel too hopeless to bother making a positive difference. In other words, Misanthropy is misguided, venomous, and one-dimensional.
I understand that humanity is capable of horrific barbarity and cruelty, thanks to the Dark Triad. However, I want to point out that humanity is also capable of great kindness and compassion, and a vast majority of atrocities are caused by unfortunate circumstances rather than innate evil. In fact, humans are currently the only intelligent life capable of reducing, if not, eliminating all sentient suffering on this planet. That is why I like to present the Light Triad to counter the Dark Triad.
I acknowledge the fact that nobody is perfect, but I believe we should reject our capacity for cruelty and embrace our capacity for virtue, especially through technological means.
Edited by KJsixteen on Nov 27th 2020 at 8:33:53 AM
What makes you hate misanthropy so vocally?
Probably Shadow the Hedgehog. From a distance, itís easy to mistake him for Sonic.
Edited by PurpleEyedGuma on Nov 27th 2020 at 6:46:56 AM
Favorite villain who looks like a hero?
it was okay, Nothing special.
Edited by Superjohn on Nov 27th 2020 at 6:06:46 AM
How was your Thanksgiving?
While Impossible Lair was a lot of fun, I'd really like to see another 3D platformer more like the the first one, possibly with more worlds (one complaint that I did have about the original game is that it only has five). If they could improve upon the original like Banjo-Tooie did, by adding more moves, more game modes (maybe even a two-player mode!), that could be amazing.
I'd also like to see Rextro return, but I agree that his minigames in the first game were a bit frustrating, so it would be nice if they could find another role for him to fill.
Edited by Bluethorn on Nov 27th 2020 at 7:02:30 AM
Do you have any ideas for a potential Yooka-Laylee 3? What would you want to see in it?
It was a tough choice, but I chose Whiskers.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Nov 28th 2020 at 8:28:02 AM
Sorry if you've been asked before, but did you choose Whiskers or Skid on your first TinkerQuarry playthrough?
(Not asking which one you like more. I wouldn't make you choose. )
Probably piano, since it's my main instrument. I'm pretty good at it already but it would be nice to be a master.
Edited by TropesForever on Nov 28th 2020 at 4:31:05 AM
If you were given the chance to master one musical instrument, which one will it be?
Preferably something somber mixed with rock/metal.
Edited by Myskywarm on Nov 28th 2020 at 2:00:20 AM
What's your favorite kind of music?
Not yet but it does look very interesting to me.
Edited by MkayRose on Nov 28th 2020 at 7:24:46 AM
Have you tried elite dangerous?
Planning on getting no mans sky this Christmas as a birthday gift for myself and Iím avoiding squadrons on the principle of itís a franchise game and itís made by BLOODY EA
Edited by Immortalartisan on Nov 28th 2020 at 1:31:06 AM
Would you be willing to try other space sims like No Man's Sky or Star Wars: Squadrons?
It's... all over the place, to say the least. One fixture of the decade is that I discovered this site for the better and worse.
Edited by ArmoredFury on Nov 28th 2020 at 7:48:20 PM
How was the 2010s for you?
New 52 Aquaman.
Edited by Superjohn on Nov 28th 2020 at 7:06:06 AM
What works are you currently reading/watching/playing?
HCBailly and Chuggaaconroy. Or any LPers doing near 100% run really.
Edited by Myskywarm on Nov 29th 2020 at 12:16:38 AM
Favorite Let's Player?
Yes, I know that feel. I can't remember any specific examples, but I think I actually have felt burnt out after playing a game too much. I often wish I could wipe my memory of certain games and replay them without already knowing everything that happens in them.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Nov 28th 2020 at 3:49:43 PM
Do you ever feel cautious about replaying a game you like too often to the point of cheapening it, or does that not worry you?
I currently mostly use LMMS, a MIDI sequencer type thing. I originally used the sheet music program MuseScore, but I switched away from it for the bulk of my work since LMMS is more practical for making audio files rather than sheet music.
Edited by TropesForever on Nov 29th 2020 at 6:28:49 AM
I think I may have asked you this before, and sorry if I forgot, but what program do you use to make your music?
I can't think of much. Maybe the one time where I found the Slow Go badge in Paper Mario 64 completely by accident on, I think, my first playthrough (it's hidden in a not-very-obvious place).
Edited by Bluethorn on Nov 29th 2020 at 4:54:54 AM
Strangest thing that happened to you as a child?
none I can think of right now, sorry
Edited by Superjohn on Nov 28th 2020 at 9:38:38 AM
Ever thought that people were exaggerating the Nightmare Fuel of something? And if not, then have you ever thought that people were exaggerating the darkness of something?
I've had this feeling far too often
Considering that I generally listen to video game music more than any other, this question is a bit hard to answer. When it comes to non-video game music, I don't really have consistent favorite groups/bands/musicians/whatever
Edited by KingofNightmares on Nov 28th 2020 at 4:13:17 AM
Is there a song you like from a music group that you otherwise don't care all that much for?
Probably Guardians of the Galaxy.
Edited by kablammin45 on Nov 28th 2020 at 7:01:20 AM
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