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Tinandel


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    Thanks for favoriting "Roaring and Screaming"! :pinkiesmile:

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    If I may ask. Is there anything in particular you liked about it?

    ey b0ss, thanks for faving my fic, Beneath Her Wings

    Thanks for favoriting The Candy Maker! :twilightsmile:

    Thanks for the fav on The Old Gray Mare! :twilightsmile:

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    .hack Quantum · 2:11am Mar 3rd, 2014

    So I noticed there's yet another new .hack show on Netflix. Remembering this series all the way back from high school, I decided to check out the first episode, out of idle curiosity. It's a pretty cool premise: A neural-interface MMORPG that's massively popular turns out to have a dark secret in its programming, and upon being attacked by a mysterious enemy in the game, players go into comas in real life.

    The only problem? At least three other .hack games / shows that I know of HAD THE EXACT SAME PREMISE.

    And this is all in the same continuity, they pride themselves on that point! You'd think that maybe after the tenth or so person went into a coma, they'd go, "Huh, maybe we shouldn't be playing this game!" Or that maybe the game developers would go, "Huh, maybe it's not a good idea to systematically murder our own customer base!"

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    .hack Quantum · 2:11am Mar 3rd, 2014

    So I noticed there's yet another new .hack show on Netflix. Remembering this series all the way back from high school, I decided to check out the first episode, out of idle curiosity. It's a pretty cool premise: A neural-interface MMORPG that's massively popular turns out to have a dark secret in its programming, and upon being attacked by a mysterious enemy in the game, players go into comas in real life.

    The only problem? At least three other .hack games / shows that I know of HAD THE EXACT SAME PREMISE.

    And this is all in the same continuity, they pride themselves on that point! You'd think that maybe after the tenth or so person went into a coma, they'd go, "Huh, maybe we shouldn't be playing this game!" Or that maybe the game developers would go, "Huh, maybe it's not a good idea to systematically murder our own customer base!"

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    Mar
    3rd
    2014

    .hack Quantum · 2:11am Mar 3rd, 2014

    So I noticed there's yet another new .hack show on Netflix. Remembering this series all the way back from high school, I decided to check out the first episode, out of idle curiosity. It's a pretty cool premise: A neural-interface MMORPG that's massively popular turns out to have a dark secret in its programming, and upon being attacked by a mysterious enemy in the game, players go into comas in real life.

    The only problem? At least three other .hack games / shows that I know of HAD THE EXACT SAME PREMISE.

    And this is all in the same continuity, they pride themselves on that point! You'd think that maybe after the tenth or so person went into a coma, they'd go, "Huh, maybe we shouldn't be playing this game!" Or that maybe the game developers would go, "Huh, maybe it's not a good idea to systematically murder our own customer base!"

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