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4 days ago, 11:48 PM #1
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It depends, but most of the time it's Zander. More often than not he looks bored or annoyed, and one time he beheaded an imaginary clown poet for no reason. But if you ignore that, he's just a shy, sweet pushover who likes puns.

He was almost the main character of Helsirvente, but most of his decisions are based on what Edith wants to do. At that point, why not make Edith the main character.
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4 days ago, 10:51 PM #2
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Soy milk is good, I like almond milk better though. The sweetened versions taste kinda weird so I go with unsweetened.

All-vegetal stir frys are my go to meal. I like the sauce from this recipe (contains peanuts), after changing it to be much spicier. Fried eggplant is also really good.
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5 days ago, 5:29 PM #3
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have you been eating the stickers? they stop giving you stickers if they see you eating them. you gotta wait until you're outside to do that
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6 days ago, 7:48 PM #4
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I forget about the fun factor a lot. It's supposed to be fun. If by the second or third date it feels like a chore, get outta there, don't let it drag on just because you want to be polite.
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One week ago, 6:51 PM #5
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ah yes perfect, now I can hear all the colors
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One week ago, 6:12 PM #6
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I need glasses, but I don't got any ears to hold em up :(
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10 days ago, 6:02 PM #7
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one of my favorite streamers. (or just a random guy who looks dead inside)
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3rd Nov 2018, 7:55 AM #8
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World of Light looks fun. I'm even more hyped about it because of the focus it seems to put on Kirby at the start. As a low key fan of him, that cinematic had me worried! His scene dragged on for so long... the suspense... :'(

I'm hoping for Bandana Dee as DeeLC. A regular Dee was among the spirits, but I didn't see any bandana, so it's still up in the air.
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29th Oct 2018, 4:44 PM #9
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Drew some halloween costumes for my characters.
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I also drew my friend's characters who make cameos in my comic. Chicken family and their very large baby
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26th Oct 2018, 7:18 PM #10
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RJDG14:One thing I did notice which I thought was a semi-blatant example of tokenism is that one of the other frontiers on Arthur's side is black, yet this game is supposed to be set in the racist America of 1900 and all the other lead characters including Arthur are white, so it doesn't really feel right. There are also a reasonable number of African Americans around Saint Denis dressed in a middle class way when you'd expect most of them to be second class servants working on farms or in factories like in the first Red Dead Redemption which was made before political correctness became a little extreme.


I haven't seen that much gameplay, so I don't know what you mean by being dressed in a middle class way. But during the late 1800s/early 1900s, African Americans moved west to get away from racial discrimination. People seemed to think it was better out there than in the South. There were also cowboys who were African American. This source focuses on the Great Plains specifically (which is a part of what was considered the "wild west"):

The development of railroads and towns in the Great Plains after 1870 offered employment to African American cowhands, miners, nannies, small business owners, oxen drovers, freighters, cooks, railyard workers, section crews, and entertainers. Professional employment as dentists, doctors, nurses, ministers, merchants, and teachers gave African Americans positions of authority and influence.


At the same time, segregation still existed and lynchings were still going on. I know media may make it seem like American history was black and white, but history isn't that simple. The severity of discrimination varied depending on where you were and who you were dealing with. Just like how it does now, and like it always has.
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25th Oct 2018, 10:37 PM #11
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Disney shouldn't keep this a secret. I'm sure this man's story would inspire a lot of kids to follow their dreams.
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25th Oct 2018, 7:04 AM #12
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As someone with a buffer of one to two weeks, dates are slightly more convenient. They make it easier to check at a glance if pages are coming out at the correct intervals.
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22nd Oct 2018, 4:29 AM #13
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There was a scene in my comic where a character threw a flattened cardboard box like a ninja star. I wanted to try it in real life to see how much distance it could cover. I didn't have any cardboard, but my resume is printed on thick paper.

It went farther than I expected, but still not very far. Also I bent my resume.
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19th Oct 2018, 9:14 PM #14
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I've thought about small rpgmaker games that are tangentially related to my current comic. I thought about making a 3d game once, too, with some of the ghost characters of my comic.

The farthest I got was picking a weapon type for each character, and assigning controls to the buttons of a PS3 controller. I got bored after that (specifically, got bored after drawing a PS3 controller and labeling each button with a control) but the general idea was a trilogy of games that lead into each other, in an endless cycle, with the heroes of the previous game being the villains of the next game. All daydreams though. I know it could never happen for real.
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16th Oct 2018, 3:25 PM #15
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I haven't read TF2 comics in a while but I don't remember thinking it had a bullying problem. Nearly every character is an asshole some way, that's true, but it's played for comedic effect. They're mercs, not heroes.

I usually don't like it if the majority of characters are mean and it's played straight. It becomes annoying if someone is cruel and there's no good explanation for it. A lot of david cage games have this problem with over-the-top evil characters who serve no real purpose. Is it to remind you that the game is set in a cruel world? Given the premises of most of those games, I think the player is fully aware of that, and doesn't need random torture scenes to figure it out.
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15th Oct 2018, 4:25 PM #16
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There's an afterlife and people have souls in my comic. There's magic too, but all of it is related to ghosts. Whether or not real life religions are true or God is real isn't brought up because that would be a weirdly serious topic for the story. Helsirvente, who is sometimes referred to as a "lord," is just another ghost who knows more magic tricks than everyone else. "Lord" refers more to feudalism than religion in that case.
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14th Oct 2018, 11:31 PM #17
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Flea markets I've been to have vendors that are more professional than someone having a sale in their yard or garage. Some of them sell things that are secondhand but many sell things that are brand new. Sometimes there's people selling food too.
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8th Oct 2018, 6:16 AM #18
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I agree with what a lot of others have said about not wanting to leave generic praise. If I want to say I like a comic, I find something page-specific to talk about. Usually my comments are short and silly, because with serious comments I'm nervous about getting details wrong.

When it comes to receiving comments, my favorites are ones that refer to characters by name. Even if they misspell it... everyone's autocorrect seems to have a different way of butchering one of the names in my comic :') When I write comments, I try to use names to show that I know what the heck is going on.
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5th Oct 2018, 4:08 PM #19
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if you want the sleek next gen experience what you really want is toma2
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4th Oct 2018, 5:07 PM #20
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Aaa thanks!!
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