like i wanted to BE her

bYE someone actually made a bracket of who’ll be the last to flip on trump…

my money is on kislyak from the left, but i can’t decide who out of rex vs devos + pruitt vs price makes it to the end…

2 things I like in Nier: Automata

1) Regardless of the fact that Yoko Taro is a shameless pervert and that the camera can be manipulated by the player to get naughty shots, I do like that in Nier Automata, they didn’t overtly steer the camera (much) during cutscenes to get cheap shots.

With fanservice-y dressed characters, it’s quite easy to do that, focusing on boobs and crotches (i.e. Bayonetta), but they didn’t since it doesn’t fit the grim tone. Although I’m quite aware that the outfits are already toeing the line, haha.

2) Aversions of expectations and gender roles. 2B is the sexy, badass, stoic warrior who actually has a good reason to be so. 9S is the cheerful yet dude-in-distress who’s useful. A2 is also a sexy, badass, stoic warrior.

Those were the first impressions. Turns out 2B does have emotions, and she reveals them quite suddenly when 9S is in danger, and although it’s surprising that she does that when they’ve only met, it’s actually really good because her reactions are actually hints to her true nature and to the rest of the story.

9S is a cute, happy boy, who may grate on you initially, but he’s endearing. And he’s actually a racist, who disregards machines as conscientious despite numerous evidences. And he gets rescued a lot. But he really, really gets to you, especially in his latter character development in 3rd Act.

A2 is strange, because you only get to play her in the last act (and I’m hoping Taro makes a DLC featuring more of her to get more of her character), yet she still manages to win you over. She’s tough chick who went through hardships, but still goes on because she needs to.

There are other characters, but I can’t list them all but haha, they really stick to you, from pacifist Pascal to madwoman Jackass (that name really sticks out), they all work so well because none isn’t used for simple fodder.

In other words, Taro actually wrote them like real people, with complex relationships and complex thought processes while mixing and smashing tropes and stereotypes. You can’t really put any of them in one box as their definite characteristic, and that multi-faceted approach to both men and women is one of the things that makes this game awesome.

Last night

*josh on the big screen getting his white mask*
Girl behind me: some people are only attractive because they’re famous….
Me: 😡😡😡😤😡😡👊🏼💪🏼😡 he is beautiful


So I decided to play test the school as a sort of ‘induction day’ or something and the teen class was absolute chaos, if it wasn’t the Onley boys causing trouble it was Tess getting a bit big for her boots and saying things that upset others.

 ella  is  so  pure  ??  she  gave  the  scraps  she  got  for  dinner  to  the  mice  instead  of  eating  and  she  probably  never  ate  again  for  the  remainder  of  the  evening  ??    she  cares,  but  she  knows  well  to  hide  her  emotions  and  put  up  a  kind  facade  /  always  making  sure  that  even  if  she’s  not  pleased,  everyone  else  is  ??  and  i  love  her ??    what  the  fukc ?? 

Please like this if you even somewhat agree that Joan is a Slytherpuff and Sherlock is a Huffleclaw because they’re lowkey a Slytherin and a Ravenclaw respectively but they’re both too softhearted and chaotic good so that’s why they’re sorted into Hufflepuff i’M SO EMOTIONAL


took her to the dog park for national puppy day

Like hell the red lion is gonna let keith go so easily

bonus: black paladin, out. *throws double peace signs*