Honestly, it still looks pretty bad. But I got over it early on in the movie.
Thank you so much! In turn, I very much appreciate and support the people who do weird shit on the internet.
I love this. You are doing the lord’s work
I’ve never starred a comment so quickly.
Word. I also love Shadow Hunters. One of my favorite deception games.
You hit the nail on the head. The mastermind does their move and then, the players do theirs. Players can choose to coordinate or not. Scenarios I’ve played have mostly allotted four time loops to get the job done, but yeah, you can get it done early.
I’m changing to “they.” Thanks, all!
Hey! I tend not to recommend later seasons of shows just because they can be hard for new viewers to get into. That said, it was so hard not to include Blood, Blockade, Battlefront & Beyond because, holy shit, I love it.
Kino is referred to as a girl in the first series. In the second, their gender is inconsistent on Crunchyroll. I went with “him,” but am totally open to having been wrong and trusting Crunchyroll too much! I don’t know Japanese.
That art is so amazing!!!!
Thanks for commenting. I too was enchanted by a lot of what I read in the adventure. Tons of things about Port Nyanzaru (and the lands beyond) are awesome. Dinosaur racing is dope. So are the guides’ backstories. I’ve detailed some of that in other articles. What I’m questioning here is why this very fraught campaign…
Totally. It’s hard. It’s good they tried. But I was surprised when I was told that no people of color worked on the adventure directly. That would have been a good start.
Definitely more oriented toward fundamentals. It reminds me a little of earliest Smash games’ simplicity.