Yup, 2D talks about it in ROTO on pages 88 and 92.
Here are some screenshots:
(apologies for the sloppy formatting omg)
Murdoc says later in the book somewhere that he’s cured his fear by drinking more, which I don’t really count as truly conquering a fear so as far as I know this is probably still something he’s afraid of.
me: *thinks about Grima while doing the dishes* what if Morgan came to the past and didn’t lose her memories but still got separated from the rest of the children, but then Grima from alternate future got into trouble and had to possess Morgan when Robin’s body was damaged, and ran away to the past, too. And then he found the real Morgan and murdered her and started to pretend he’s her (having her body ofc) and he faked his amnesia just to avoid bothering with lying about Morgan’s childhood because he obviously didn’t know all of the details and it would be suspicious if suddenly Morgan began to tangle herself in her memories. Her “ouch, my head, but wow I remember something!” WAS A LIE And then Robin sacrifices himself, wakes up in the field, Chrom picks him up, they hug and Robin cries because finally everything is over, they won, he’s free of the fell blood, grima is gone. And then there’s Morgan standing next to them and she’s like
me: looks down at the dishes. There’s a knife in my hand,
The other day I saw a post with folks saying something like “I’m worried that Bendy and the Ink Machine’s fandom will turn out like FNAF’s or Undertale’s!” And I’ve seen this kind of sentiment going around for other fandoms too but like…
Dude, have you seen any large fandoms other than FNAF’s or Undertale’s?
Because that is what large fandoms look like. That is what they have looked like since internet communities became a thing. I know I say this a lot but I have been in internet fandoms since the mid-90s. And, no, they really have not changed.
(Aside from people using them to scream at people about social issues. That’s a bit newer.)
If a fandom is large, you’ll see a lot of people making OCs, making theories, making AUs, RPing, shipping, etc, etc. Because that is what fandoms do. You’ll also see fandoms doing crappy things. Because fandoms consist of people. And some people do crappy things.
Like, you cannot say “I don’t want the fandom to be like X popular fandom” because the only way for that to happen is… for the thing to not become successful. So you’re kindof wishing for that thing you like to fail. Which is not exactly a good thing to wish for.
Undertale and FNAF are nothing new. Fandoms are fandoms. Some fandoms do have unique problems, but for the most part, they behave the same way. You can’t really change that, so don’t worry about it. What will happen will happen–that’s just how fandoms are. Find the parts of them that you like, and enjoy them.
Okay Tumblr, wtf. First off, kinda annoyed via your app and its stupid habit of double-posting. SECONDLY…
Secondly. It’s a double post. About cats. The worst thing said on that post is the word “shit”. WHY IS ONE MARKED AS “Marked Sensitive” and the other isn’t? Your algorithm SUCKS.
I could program better with my fucking eyes closed, you fucking idiots.
Clean up your goddamn idiotic decisions and stop trying to be the moral police while prattling on about how you’re creating safe spaces. This isn’t creating a safe space. This is creating frustration and fury. Implement a proper blacklist, step back, and STOP TRYING TO MICROMANAGE.