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Starting a game idea thread to pin
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Let’s piss off some racists will flooding me feed with all your beautiful #BlackOutDay selfies! Tag me or @firstname.lastname@example.org or drop them below!
I know it hasn't really reached out from tumblr or twitter into mastadon yet but maybe it can get a foothold here? Blackness needs to shine out everywhere!
Also a picture of the board game I've put a lot of work into Unbound: Endless War (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/143844/unbound-endless-war)
Who here has played aurion? https://store.steampowered.com/app/368080/Aurion_Legacy_of_the_KoriOdan/
Folks making games. Consider, if there is not a specific reason your protagonist has to be white making them something else instead. #gamedev
Don't know what elst to do so will just post some art https://mastodon.social/media/dSTKgK3YVsiAQUphD6w
> If you can't fix it, you don't own it.
- Is better than recycling
- Saves you money
- Teaches engineering
- Saves the planet
re: mtg, vore, storytelling
When she regained her senses she was no longer in the core. Bits and pieces of her memory were falling into place from her latest charge. Apparently they wanted her to warn someone called Lazav about the phyrexians.
Well if there are more people here wherever she was that needed protecting from the phyrexians she would do her best to figure this new place out and protect everyone!
mtg, vore, storytelling
The struggling was normal. People were always confused at first when she started protecting them. Once they began to realize she was friendly they tended to calm down.
This one was a bit different though. There was a bubbling sensation and a tiny... pulling inside her coming from her latest charge. After the both raised in intensity there was a thunderous crack that reverberated through her stunning her for the first time in centuries.
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