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symbol guide: tick mark means i've consumed at least one thing where the character is from. does not necessarily mean i like them triangle mark means i recognize them in some way, either by name or by where they came from due to the artstyle or some other similarly removed means
forgot to add a triangle for korean zombies
@HMS Prince of Wales Who is the girl below Komaeda?
Orie from Under Night In-Birth (a fighting game) and Merkava from the same game
Oh yeah also I kept my list to only have weeb-y things. counting non-weeby things it'd be filled with a lot more surprising things lol.
I really wouldn't mind seeing your more genuine non-weeb list too, probs has some portrayal of poirot/marple amongst others
I think I liked the previous one with this style a little better.
Now that this is the second thing I've read from you with this kind of style, I think I do like it. It's fucking stupid, it's retarded, it eschews the story in favor of the telling so hard there is nothing to tell, but the telling itself is the spectacle I come to read this for. It's a shit story but it's fun to read and it becomes so meta the meta is no longer the spectacle but just another part of the charade, and the storytelling can then focus on how to make that meta storytelling obnoxious, that's great.
I actually wouldn't mind a book written in this kind of obnoxious style, or a collection of stories like these.
These are not definitive events. This is not the objective truth. Of course popularity will be involved. If you don't like it, tough shit, that's how it is. But to say "he won because he's more popular" is incredibly hateful and dismissive, and it ignores the spirit of an event meant to celebrate the community.
If popularity is involved and it's acknowledged to be a popularity contest then saying it doesn't do anything wrong in particular.
From what I interpret he felt there were other people whose skills he wanted to be noticed more (could be himself or someone else), it just happens that desire isn't compatible with a contest rating each person's popularity in the community, and that's fine.
Your post confuses me tbh, since it starts in ways that seem to question the validity of Dova's win for Cardmaker Star, but then at the end you're like "but this is fine tho". Shit's weird, yo.
Because he's not trying to raise shit even if he feels he has something to say about it.