“I didn’t fall in love with you. I walked into love with you, with my eyes wide open, choosing to take every step along the way. I do believe in fate and destiny, but I also believe we are only fated to do the things that we’d choose anyway…” (insp.)
Scraping an update together is a bit tough right now, since I’m mainly dealing with plotty and behind-the-scenes sort of stuff, but look! I made a a revamp to the “health” bar from the demo so that it looks a little more polished, hopefully, and also sits at least a little bit further out of the way. Also little balloon animation for when you lose (Or gain) points.
I also went and got a multiple parallax script running and man, I like it waaay better:
This script makes my dinner and does my taxes and tucks my children into bed at night. I love it. I love you, multiple parallax. Where have you been all my game-making life.
Sorry for the shitty gif quality but my computer’s not wanting to cooperate, so it’s a bit stuttery. Anyhow! I’m also finished with (most) of the revisions to the first part of chapter 2, so there’s some progress. I’ll try to keep everyone updated.
“It’s funny – my ex-girlfriend, who the whole first album is about, was like, ‘I can tell when you’re not happy in pictures, because you do this fake smile,’ ” says Sheeran with a flash of his genuine smile. “If you can see my teeth, I’m happy.” x/x
Anybody remember that page in the handbook where Agatha’s letter to Hester trailed off after saying it was uncomfortable between her and Tedros because of reason we don’t know? (Why, Soman, Why?) Whelp this is my theory. It might be wrong and most of you have probably already thought of it, but whatever. Personally, I think Tedros keeps asking Agatha to marry him, and she doesn’t really know what she should say. After all, they are only 17, 18, 12 years old or whatever. And the wedding invitation at the end of the handbook is her eventually saying yes. Do you think so? (Anyway, Pumpkin Paperweight I love your Tumblr, keep it up!) Byeeeee…. Please tell me what you think! ;)
Pumpkinpaperweight (Kate): That’s interesting, to be honest! I have considered it, and it is initially what I thought it could be, but… idk man, I can’t see Tedros being that pushy? Especially seeing as a big part of The Last Ever After was how Agatha, Sophie and Tedros managed to avoid Arthur, Guinevere and Lancelot’s mistakes. Arthur pressured Guinevere into marrying him, but seeing as Tedros is hellbent on not making his father’s mistakes, I wouldn’t think he’d do the same to Agatha, especially if she seemed unsure- maybe he has asked her once or twice, but… he’s “poster boy for chivalry”, so surely he wouldn’t keep pushing her and pushing her to accept like Arthur did. And, also the “No-one’s asking you to be a Queen yet” in TLEA seems to say he’s not going to force her do anything. (Also, if something seems like the obvious answer, it may not be, because Soman likes to mess with his readers. A lot. And it’s probably what he wants us to think, if it seems obvious. Thanks for the submission!)
Hidan is a member of a cult who worships a deity called Jashin. The Jashinists believe that it was Jashin who caused the end of the world because of all the sinners. Now they wander the world and makes human sacrifices to get rid of the last of them and please their god. In return, Jashin has granted them immortality until their work is done.
Kakuzu suffers from an unknown illness that causes his internal organs to rot. To stay alive he slaughters anyone he comes across and steals their organs. His reputation is spreading and people tell stories at night about the red butcher or the red surgeon; a demon who roams the land.
When Kakuzu ran into Hidan and found out that he couldn’t kill him he was impressed. Hidan in turn was impressed when he realized that Kakuzu was the guy he’d heard rumors about and that the rumors were true. Thus a partnership was formed!
Hidan eventually manages to convince Kakuzu that if he joins the Jashinists he won’t have to steal organs anymore to stay alive, Jashin would give him immortality and in exchange Kakuzu just needs to keep up the good work, so to speak. Soon after that, the rumors began to spread that the red surgeon had found a partner, an immortal demon priest who is just as deadly as him.