• FINAL FANTASY FANS: Forever in denial of how good the series is, was, and will be even though the series has always been slightly above average at best.
  • DRAGON QUEST FANS: Cool folks with good taste until they start talking about Square-Enix's reluctance to bring games to the west, then they become unbearably annoying.
  • POKEMON FANS: Okay, not really annoying except until an argument arises about which generation is the best.
  • PERSONA FANS: Unbelievably annoying cunts who never shut up about how "good" and "progressive" the series is. Often times they read too much into subtext.
  • REGULAR MEGAMI TENSEI FANS: Cool people, generally have good taste, get annoying when they but heads with Persona fans. Can't comprehend why their part of the franchise isn't more popular.
  • ETRIAN ODYSSEY FANS: Quiet, unassuming, decent folks.
  • WILD ARMS FANS: Have no idea what their series even is but they like it none-the-less
  • PHANTASY STAR FANS: Cool people but forever salty that Sega has abandoned them
  • SHINING FORCE FANS: Buried and forgotten long long ago

[ Undertale x SMT Nocturne ]

Prequel of this post.

I had the idea for weeks, haha.
Inspired by this 

When I have some time, I’ll draw a Mettaton as Metatron, hahaha. I still do not decide the rest. Suggestions?


Papyrus - Matador

Frisk - Demi-Fiend/Hitoshura

Sans - Trumpeter 

Gaster - Daisoujou


As promised, here’s my scanlation of the SMT1 OST liner notes that eirikrjs generously scanned that has Kazuma Kaneko talking shop about his pixel art philosophies. :D!

There’s a decent amount of ground covered here considering how short it is. Some of his advice is a little dated, as indicated by his references to sprite color pallet limitations on consoles during SMT1’s heyday, but hopefully this is still a fun look into how some of Atlus’ most iconic demon designs were originally handled. Pretty unorthodox jumping immediately into sprite work for a lot of demons!

For best readability, make sure to right click each image and either save it or open it in a new tab so that they can be viewed at full size.

Thanks for reading!