Gyakuten kenji 2 walkthrough (spoiler-free)NO WEBSITES OTHER THAN sonneokaku.deviantart.com AND sonneokaku.forumotion.com MAY USE THIS WALKTROUGH IN ANY WAY OR FORM, IF YOU FIND THIS WALKTHROUGH ON ANY SITE OTHER THAN THESE MENTIONED, CONTACT THE ADMINS ON THE SITE YOU FOUND IT OR E-MAIL ME AT email@example.com AND TELL ME ABOUT ITMore Like This
Below is a mostly spoiler-free walkthrough for Gyakuten kenji 2, also called Ace attorney investigations 2. It's completely written by me, SonNeoKaku, and it's a fun little project I started on february 27th 2013. The reason I decided to do it is first and foremost to spread the general knowledge of Gyakuten kenji 2 as well as give players who actually want to try this game out a chance to finish it, regardless if they know japanese or not.
The walkthrough is written so people who might not know japanese can finish it without much problem. I aplologize to people who knows japanese well if the walkthrough seems degrading in some way.
I also rarely use names for the characters, mostly in an attempt
Nuzlocke Comics Romance -OCxCanon-Aaaand here is the 'sequel' of my previous post. I decided to talk about this topic since its something thats heavily debated within the fandom. I wanted to give my two cents about this, because when it comes to many Nuzlocke Comics this is seen a lot. My comic in particular has a lot of OCxCanon relationships and they can be fun...but I always feel nervous when I do it too. Fans feel strongly about romance and characters, and Oc's are difficult to pull off. If a romance or relationship between an OC and a Canon is not done well then fans will be upset. When I was fourteen for example I was a hormonal romance obsessed nut and paired all my female OCs (self insert Mary Sues *cough cough*) with every attractive male character. People ripped me a part and since that they I took what I learned and found the 'secret' of building a natural, fun and good romance. I want to share my knowledge with you, and remind you that its okay to do this as long as you are perfectly aware of all the factorMore Like This
Mae says - How to make a 'dark' story (Nuzlocke)In the internet, 'dark' stories are really easy to come by. There are the infamous creepypastas which are urban stories that are passed around, dark webcomics and fanfiction that are referred as 'Grimdark', and creepy games like Slenderman. Today I want to discuss in my opinion, what makes a good dark story. I was inspired to do this because I've seen an over saturation of 'dark' Nuzlocke comics in the community and I earnestly believe that a lot of them are...doing it wrong. I'm not going to mention any names, I just want to give my two cents in how to write dark subject material since it's something I've been working on for years. Many people say that my stories are dark, and as hard as I try I can't escape this part of myself. I'm not a perfect storyteller, and I myself am working in becoming the best I can be. However I do know very helpful tips that I would like to share in making a 'dark' story, and how to stand out from the 100 thousand other dark comics out there. I will use exMore Like This
3 Nuzlocke cliches I don't like (DA SEQUEL)One of the things I regret from making my last list is that I missed out a couple of well known cliches that I feel that need to be expanded upon. Also since most people liked my last list, I decided to make a new list that serves to 'complete' it in a way. Keep in mind, not all these cliches are bad. They are just overdone to the point of being extremely predictable.More Like This
1) The braindead doofus manchild/womanchild protagonist
This kind of protagonist is seen a lot in comedic Nuzlocke comics. They are 'WACKY' and 'RANDUMB' and they seem to be so stupid and silly that they dont even resemble a real person. A lot of them also have a pervy streak or love food to the point of obsession.
Why is this a problem Okay, this one is more of a personal gripe of mine. I really don't see many people complaining about this which is why I put it low on the list. However, I can't
Heeey, it's Coming Out Day!And because you all know that I care a lot about LGBTQA+ issues and stuff, I just thought I'd say hey, and also congrats to anybody who came out today (or before). I respect you so, so much because I know that coming out is a terrifying and difficult thing to do. But, I also respect the people who didn't come out today. We don't all live in an environment where we feel like we can admit these things about ourselves; you might be stuck with unsupportive family, or in an area which is prejudiced, or simply that you're not ready yet. Hiding your true self can be just as hard as revealing it.More Like This
I just want to tell you all to keep going and keep hoping, you're all strong and you can make it.
I don't need to come out again, since you guys already know that I'm not straight or cis. But, I do want to say that I know what it's like to hide your true identity- I hid mine for years because I was taught that there was only one way to be and that anything else was freaky and wrong.
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sunlight and the violence of the day;
my words are failing me,
they are bleeding into the gutter
with the rest of my rust and ruin.
i still try to write meaning on my wrists
with this broken nib - the ink smeared
and took your name from my skin,
but not my heart.
my voice is choked by these thoughts
and the endless rush
of black, cold chaos. the surface slips
between my grasping fingers.
sail away from this maelstrom
before you drown with me.