When creating a story, a world, or a series, a lot of thought needs to be put into it. Part of that world building is creating an original game for the characters. When made an important aspect to a story, that game may be dictated to have taken its world by storm, made a global phenomenon. The manga and anime of “Yu-Gi-Oh!” and its sequel spinoffs are no exception.
The signature game of the series has been used to compare life. Like other card games, their game of Duel Monsters has two people interacting with each other. Like with role-playing games, there are preferences on how to approach. When getting a feel of a game, everyo
In sitcoms, one of the most common aspects is a moment of mentioning something from childhood, adolescence, or in events prior to the beginning of the show. That particular moment is primarily inserted as a gag, but they are also moments when the viewer has to sympathize with the character, if not pity.
One such character from sitcoms that has been one of the universe’s many punching bags is Leonard Hofstadter from “The Big Bang Theory”. He has a terrible background. He was forced into being a scientist by his parents. His mother’s a child psychiatrist and his father’s an anthropologist. Leonard’s mother
The first ever video game to speak to me, is an indie title, which is bought on Steam: “Night in the Woods”. This video game’s title may be misleading, but that doesn’t change the game’s impact. In this RPG, you go around a town, talking to friends as well as acquaintances and strangers, even the latter made into great characters. This video game revolves around anthropomorphic animals, but it contains very mature subject matter. To appeal to teens and young adults, the game tackles very serious issues. The main character is a black cat named Mae Borowski. She’s twenty years old and has just dropped out of
Delayed, but I got a riddle for you. I took my sweet time making one up. Riddle me this:
When you look at us, we are only shapes. Some of us are white and some of us are grey, but none of us are black. What are we?
Serket summons her children,
Alerting them of a graverobber's presence
Crocodiles await in their swamp
For the next intruder to devour
Gargoyles made aware of demons
Come to life, to be their undoing
The Labyrinth brings madness
For its complexity
Only those remaining sane can face the Minotaur
The battle of mortal and monster
Reaches its peak
That short poem is the answer to the riddle.
Halloween. That might be my favourite holiday. I might like it more than Christmas. Both holidays have stories built upon them, but the ones built upon Halloween are just more interesting to me. Furthermore, Halloween has been more motivati
I took this from Nala15 (https://www.deviantart.com/nala15). It's been a while since I saw one of these, and I wanted to do one, too. So, comment, saying anything, I will say the following:
1. One thing I learned about you by looking at your profile for 13 seconds
2. A colour you remind me of
3. An element you belong to (ex. fire, water, earth, wind)
4. A comic, manga/anime, movie, or video game character you remind me of
5. Something I like about you
6. A question that you must answer
7. A nickname for you
8. An object to my left at the moment
9. A food/flavour/smell you remind me of
10. You should post this in your journal, too.