I’ve done a commissions for the wonderful @fynx-mirideon, who has been an exceptionally generous supporter on my Patreon! I wanted to thank her for that :) This is her marvelous OC, the guider of childrens’ souls to the otherworld.
pokemon is fuckin wild bc some dex entries are like “this pokemon nests in a field of wildflowers and graces passersby with joyful blessings” and then the next one is like “this pokemon will Kidnap Your Children and lead them into the Otherworld in which it Devours Their Mortal Essence until they are mere shells of their Former Being, doomed to Wander Purgatory with No Identity or Purpose”
- Fire Emblem Amie has been removed due to it being deemed “creepy” by the Nintendo Treehouse.
-When creating the player avatar. The younger looking Male and Female models have been removed.
-Camilla has had her bust reduced and is now properly covered up. The scene where Kamui runs into her face first has been replaced with another where Kamui trips on a banana peel and doesn’t see her at all.
-Camilla’s interests have been changed from liking strong women to liking strong people in general.
-Elise has been cut from the game entirely. Her young appearance made the Treehouse uncomfortable.
-Units can no longer get married. They simply become “Best Friends”
-Children characters are no longer referred to as children. They will now be referred to as “otherworld friends” to avoid the implication that any of the units at any time might have had sex.
-Foleo now actually is a girl
-All dialogue that could possibly be interpreted as lewd in any way has been corrected.
-Dialogue involving themes that could be considered religious has been updated to replace religious themes with internet memes.
-Many units have had their outfits altered to more wholesome styles.
-The Bathhouse has been removed from My Castle. It has been replaced with a cosplay stage where you can dress your units up as other Nintendo characters.
An Historical Overview of the Whereabouts of Gnomes and Elves, Fauns and Faeries, Goblins, Ogres, Trolls and Bogies, Nymphs, Sprites, and Dryads
By Buck Young
A long, long time ago, the Earth belonged to the creatures of the wood. By creatures of the wood I mean gnomes and elves, fauns and faeries, goblins, ogres, trolls and bogies, nymphs, sprites, and dryads. They tended it and took care of it, played, danced and sang in it, cared for wounded animals, sat on mushrooms discussing matters of import and drinking Labrador tea, rode down streams on leaves and bark, and parachuted from trees with dandelion seeds. This was the world into which mankind was born. These early days, when man was but a newly arrived dinner guest who hadn’t yet taken over the entire house, are fairly well documented in the literature and folklore of the world, so there’s no need to go into it here. What I am interested in, and what I am asking you to be interested in, is the question…
“Where did all the gnomes and elves, fauns and faeries, goblins, ogres, trolls and bogies, nymphs, sprites and dryads go?”