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Are there works out there that you enjoy, but are so obscure you are pretty much the only person that can make any meaningful contributions about it to the site?
Sacrifice, Eternal Darkness,Bloody Roar ecta
Iíd disagree here. Iíve heard of Eternal Darkness and Bloody Roar.
Have you heard of Sacrifice?
I'm most likely the only one who's contributed to our pages for Fishtronaut and Doki in the past year or so.
And then there's also Being Ian, Willa's Wild Life, Yakkity Yak, What's with Andy?, Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse, Untalkative Bunny, Dennis the Menace, Petticoat Junction and its Spin-Off Green Acres, Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., Amen, The Steve Harvey Show, Fresh Off the Boat, American Housewife, According to Jim, etc. I could go on all day.
That is a title I haven't heard in decades. All I remember was the demo, where you played some blue chick that was a water elemental, and this being a Shiny Entertainment game, the earth elemental was Earthworm Jim (or, precisely, James).
~Ultimatum re:Bloody Roar: Aren't we forgetting someone? (Seriously, I am WAY too invested in this goddamn franchise for my own good despite not having touched a single game in the series... yet. I plan to rectify that. Also back when I was a cringy dumb teenager I was a co-commentator in a Let's Play of Eternal Darkness for the Xel'lotath route so there's that?)
Oh! I vaguely remember two of those from my childhood? (Being Ian and Yakkity Yak, the latter of which I only remember the name of lol)
Edited by ReikoKazama on Mar 3rd 2021 at 3:35:30 AM
> All I remember was the demo, where you played some blue chick that was a water elemental,
That sounds like Giants: Citizen Kabuto
J'ai perdu mon corps.
Edited by Delibirda on Mar 4th 2021 at 11:31:10 AM
Rags and most Wham City works. Those pages usually get some other editors but I'm always the main contributor.
Technically, Mickoonsley 19 and I are only two of three, maybe four Westerners I know of who actually follow Simple Samosa. However, I've made most of the expansions to its trope page.
Nana Moon, on the other hand, has only me as a major contributor to its page, sans the addition of the page image. Heck, I straight-up created its page.
Edited by SparkPlugTheTroper on Mar 5th 2021 at 6:29:58 AM
There's a band called Drunken Boat who I discovered reading Mark Prindle's record reviews - I feel like I'm the only one on the site who would have heard of them, and may even get ambitious and try to make a page for them some day. As it is, I've added an entry about them in Word Salad Lyrics, because their lyrics can be a bit.... odd.
Speaking of bands, I think Iím the only one on the site who listens to Cryoshell, if the lack of references on their page to any of their newer songs is any indication. Iíd add it in myself, but Iím no good when it comes to parsing metaphors, doubly so when the metaphors involve complex blends of emotions.
I might be the only one who listens to Unwound. I haven't actually met anyone who listens to them besides me.
Funnily enough, I did that bot critiques your Spotify thing and it flat out asked me where I found some of the music I listen to because I'm a big fan of Unwound.
I really like the animated adaptation of Sandokan where all the characters were anthropomorphic animals, with Sandokan himself being a literal tiger. Unlike the other animated adaptation, this one doesn't have its own page on TV Tropes.
Hey, I remember that! It did air here, I'm surprised that we don't have a page for it.
Yeah, I'm surprised too. I hadn't even heard about Sandokan Ė The Tiger of Malaysia before reading about it here. The one with anthropomorphic animals was big in Finland in the early 90's.
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