Neptune in Fire signs The generations of Neptune in a Fire sign (Aries, Leo and Sagittarius) have proven that you must act on the change you want to see and nothing is simple to achieve. Usually, the generations of Neptune in Fire signs experience wars or any other form of battle during their teen or adult years that impact the world heavily. They could aspire to live in a world thats free of violence and where they are free to roam around, create and do as they please. A world with no rules.
Neptune in Aries American Civil War & First Transcontinental Railroad Neptune in Leo World War II & Golden Age of Hollywood Neptune in Sagittarius Gulf War & Chernobyl Disaster
Neptune in Earth signs The generations of Neptune in an Earth sign (Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn) have proven that you never know the worth of something until its gone. These generations tend to go through tough situations concerning money, work and power. Through this, they aspire to make things right and may want to live in a financially stable world with an abundance of resources, but also believe its out of reach. They want nothing but to live in a safe, stable and secure world.
Neptune in Taurus World War I & The Panama Canal Neptune in Virgo Cold War & The First Computer Neptune in Capricorn Great Recession & The War on Terror
Neptune in Air signs The generations of Neptune in an Air sign (Gemini, Libra and Aquarius) have shown that no rule or law in the land can restrict you from expressing yourself. Usually, they grow up witnessing or taking part in radical social movements that obviously go against traditional values/beliefs and social norms. The generation of Neptune in Air signs wish for nothing but peace and acceptance for all. In a world free to express themselves with nothing holding them back.
Neptune in Gemini The Roaring Twenties & The Women’s Rights Movement Neptune in Libra Civil Rights Movement & Space Race Neptune in Aquarius LGBTQ Rights & Black Lives Matter Movement
Neptune in Water signs The generations of Neptune in a Water sign (Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces) have proven that in times of crisis you hold your loved ones close and break down barriers together. Usually, these generations show us how to dig deeper within ourselves, to do some self-discovery and transformation. They wish to find a home within themselves if they cannot build a secure relationship with their loved ones and also to feel comfortable in their own skin.
Neptune in Cancer The Great Depression & The Dust Bowl Neptune in Scorpio Sexual Revolution & The Fall of the Berlin Wall Neptune in Pisces N/A
Important Notice Upon research and analysis, during the young teenage-young adult years is when the generation of Neptune starts to really awaken. Since Neptune is known to cause delusion, it is extremely possible that the generation of Neptune was not aware of what was happening around them at such an early age. It isn’t until they start to get older that they see all these unfair or unjust things happening around them that they start to take part in it or be sucked into it. The generation awakens. Uranus is the generation fighting and rebelling for the change they want to see. It is the generation of Neptune that just craves peace in the end.
Part of the epilogue for Is There Somewhere, Tsukishima and Yamaguchi celebrating their special partnership certificate:
It’s not like this document tied them together any more than the silver rings they were wearing, and it’s also not like he had ever doubted Tsukishima’s love for him, but their hearts and minds, at least for this moment, were completely in sync. And the realization that every worry, hope, and goal each of them will have from now on, will be rooted either indirectly or directly, in the desire to be together until their last breath, made joy bubble up in Yamaguchi’s chest.
Thank you @yankasmiles for this beautiful commission and for all the lovely twitter conversations.
so it’s the end of march now and jack and casie is slowly chugging along. still working on the overworld areas (something called ‘decks’ are involved) (and they suck) and working on fixing up some underlying systems that just didn’t fuckin work but i expect a new demo out in the first two weeks of april if not sooner
in order to expedite the whole ‘make the video game’ thing i’ve been considering picking up volunteer artists and trading, like, art or lessons or something for grunt work and the like but i’m still sort of skeptical about putting any part of my project in the hands of other people but, on the off chance i do bite the bullet, i ended up drawing a new big dumb model sheet for jack and casie (to replace the older one) (admittedly, it’s because someone asked me for a reference for fan art.) (i’m not going to lie to you. it didn’t take much.)
the kickstarter goal date is still ‘before e3′, so the latest i’m willing to run it is april or may. i’m quite confident itll go through, especially considering i’ve gotten a couple of offers from distributors and publishers
i’ve actually been practicing my blurbs but my favorite is still just
“A parody pocket RPG about a mysterious robot from a long lost civilization, and Casie.”
me when i see my friend post really good art:
👌👀👌👀👌👀👌👀👌👀 good shit go౦ԁ sHit👌 thats ✔ some good👌👌shit right👌👌th 👌 ere👌👌👌 right✔there ✔✔if i do ƽaү so my selｆ 💯 i say so 💯 thats what im talking about right there right there (chorus: ʳᶦᵍʰᵗ ᵗʰᵉʳᵉ)
also me: did they overwork themselves? are they okay? i hope they’re okay. i love them so much, i don’t want them to be hurt. *crIES* I LOVE THEM SO MUCH, I HOPE THEY’RE OKAY.