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this is of course, a continuation of the tradition of mecha works like gundam, in which names like "Quattro Bajeena", "Hush Middy", "South Burning", and "Bring Stabity" are all perfectly acceptable names
in preparation for tomorrow's first playtest of SECRET PROJECT, i have built a random name generator for npcs and have filled it with the worst names
started installing nier automata, came back to find the game had loaded and started looping a preview cutscene that my cat was intently watching
SECRET PROJECT update: i didn't realize you could use some shit in the game to make a character who is "dread pirate roberts but with a mech"
but holy shit, you can use some shit in the game to make a character who is "dread pirate roberts but with a mech"
reading a book on tarot and listening to the persona 3 final boss theme on loop, mostly because i can and slightly because i find it funny
yeah i'm leaving that typo, what of it
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SABINE BARING-GOULD: this story from herodotus about sorcerers who turn into wolves? werewolves
SABINE: this story where zeus turns a man into a wolf? werewolves.
SABINE: this story from st augustine about a witch who turns people into donkeys? werewolves.
i'm reading a 19th century pamphlet about werewolves and it's kind of amazing?
in fantasy/sci-fi media they'll sometimes do a thing where certain mythological and historical events were actually a manifestation of (fantasy/sci-fi element) like "oh these stories about gods are actually about wizards/aliens"
and this pamphlet is doing that but 1. everything is werewolves and 2. werewolves are real
just imagining a group of people sitting around a fire terrified out of their minds by someone telling a story of the dreaded 'werecow'
holy shit people thought werecows were a thing??? i thought that was just a joke
tired: carly rae jepsen
wired: carly rae jepsen with a sword
inspired: carly rae jepsen with five swords, wielding them all at once