Streaming Federation vs Zeon · 11:28pm
So for streaming... · 4:25am
I'm thinking most nights I'll stream games that I like or you recommend and read stories out loud for people if you want them to be. Just let me know and I'll set something up. Follow me on Twitch and Twitter!
Streaming Kingdom Hearts · 10:30pm
Been a while · 8:45pm
High School DxD · 6:49am
So lately, with more time on my hands, I've been getting into anime again. Signed up for Crunchyroll and now I can't get enough of it. I've been keeping up with Attack on Titan, Valvrave, Yuyushki(it makes me laugh), Gargantia, and the World Only God Knows. Now that we're in a break for most of these shows, I've been trying to expand my horizon with some hit or miss results. Definite hit, Space Brothers. Go watch it if you're as enthusiastic about space as I am. Another is Dog Scissors. I enjoy shows with an interesting plot. So for the more veteran anime fans out there, you probably know about High School DxD. For the rest of you, I'll tell my story.
The story focuses on a boy who serves a demon, who saved his life. The boy lost his life to an angel, a fallen one at that. He's walked into a game between two forces that will escalate to the point-
Sorry. This show had an interesting plot from the premise. But then, I walked in and saw the main character drooling after every girl at school, talking about wacking off about every girl in his path, talking about every girl with boobs, and generally thinks about not wanting to be a virgin. This show is all about sex and showing off those girly parts.
Now I don't mean to offend anyone, but I want to state the fact that boobs are indeed awesome. But here, at the first episode, that's all we're talking about. I'll give it a chance since I'm a sucker like that. But I like plot over sex any day of the week. For those other shows, I'd recommend giving any of them a try. Attack on Titan may take some getting used to at the beginning, but it gets good.
And now I leave you with the opening mixed with ponies.
Announcements galore! · 6:48pm
For one, it's my birthday today, and I'm alone for it. Yup. Sad.
The second thing relates to why I'm alone. I'm at school and I just finished my last exam for the summer before I go back in late August. So, now with a month of freedom to be had, I'm going back to writing. Right now, three things I'm working on are, Fictional Crisis, A New Life, and a new Zelda project that someone on Reddit asked me to do. Expect to see at least one of these things happen before September.
Thirdly, I think it's time we had a talk.
Now you know me to be a very silly commentor. Just look to "All Hail the Dark Lord" for my comments. Another thing I try to do is help people with their stories. Admittedly, it's easy to go into a story, seeing it not put together properly, and ripping into it. I did that a lot and find myself doing that once in a while now. I try to hold back because in the end it's not really helpful. Looking at it, we're sticklers on here. We have a high standard that we want people to abide by, and sometimes they don't make it. So we'll rip into it because we think ourselves critics. Sometimes that can be helpful. We should help these new writers learn from their mistakes. One thing I do not approve of is the circle jerk comments. We have a high standard from the way people act, yet they act so immature, that I have to wonder what the hell is wrong with everybody. What's the one message the we feel the need to repeat to people? Love and Tolerate. And yet, we feel the need to just fill the comment sections with hateful things that don't contribute to helping a bad story. So to the people that act like that, stop. I'm ashamed with how you guys act. You made the silly fucker here, get serious. Next time you comment, think about what you want to say. If it's friendly, helpful, or silly in a non hurtful way, comment. If you're just contributing to a circle jerk that does NOTHING to help, stop.
I hate that I have to be serious about this, but I had to say something.
Happy Independence Day · 2:46am
It's a great day to celebrate. The ideals that make this country great. But there is something I'd like to address. Recently, there has been a lot happening to make US citizens like myself distrust the government. And while this day should be about frying up some food on the grill and launching fireworks, take a minute my countryman, and think about why you like your country. Or why you don't like your country. Either way, I'd think most of us love the whole world. We can joke about the typical fat closed minded stereotype, just like we can joke about the baguette loving beret wearing Frenchman stereotype, just like we can joke about the uptight Englishman with a cup of tea and an umbrella. But really, we're all just people. Take this day and celebrate the ideals of this country. Representation in the government, the ability to start a business, the right to an education. The majority of the world has this now, and while we didn't start it, we're celebrating that this exists. It's awesome! So, in short. All the world is awesome, and America is celebrating the freedom to do these things. Is it worth celebrating? The short answer is a certain, "Yes".
UPDATE · 1:55am
Discussion: Gundam · 6:05pm
That's right everybody, today we're talking about one of my favorite series of all time, "Mobile Suit Gundam." Gundam a series that made its start in 1979, under the name "Mobile Suit Gundam", made by Yoshiyuki Tomino. The story of the series follows a war between Colonists in space and people on Earth. The main character of the series is kid usually who gets his hands on a Mobile Suit(Giant Robot), called "Gundam." The kid demonstrates a superior ability to pilot said machine and fights to protect his friends and defeat an evil menace.
I first got into Gundam back when one of the spin off series, "Gundam Wing", came on Toonami back in the 90s. I was instantly hooked, and followed it ever since. I've watched many of the TV series, played the games, read comics, and built the models that came with it.
But then I had a thought, "Surely there must be a Gundam/Pony crossover?" So I took a look, and I haven't found anything worth mentioning. The only one's I have found had a Gundam in them but hardly focused on that aspect at all. Usually one of the main characters shipping with Twilight. And who wants to see Amuro Ray kissing Twilight Sparkle? And to the person that would, I wasn't talking to you.
So a question for you guys, "What do you think of Gundam?" And would you want to see a Pony/Gundam crossover?
Here's a little sample,
In a reality with infinite universes, things tend to become familiar and different all at the same time. And sometimes, two universes with a difference so great, can come together to form one by mistake. This is a story of one of those universes.
It is the year 1000 of the Celestial Era. Half a millennium has passed since Equestria began sending its ponies into gigantic orbiting space colonies known as “Sides”. The colonies created a new way of life where ponies would be born, be raised, and die.
But the furthest colonies from Equestria, known as “Side Luna”, proclaimed itself the Republic of the Night, and launched a war of independence against the Solar Imperium. In the early months of the war, both sides lost half their respected populations. Ponies were horrified by the atrocities that were committed in the name of independence. After eight months had passed, and both sides were in a stalemate, one mare has a faithful encounter with a Mobile Suit. Who will survive?