general plotting call –– like this and i will meet you in the fucking pit to cry about our children. friendships, ships, hate ships, childhood friends, ENEMIES, roommates, drinking buds, pen pals. you name it and i’m game.
Lawful Good: kind, always manages to make you grin. Adores roleplay, doesnt focus too heavily on combat but actively works with players to shape the campaign to display their unique talents.
Neutral Good: always patient with their players yet not afraid to punish IC actions realistically and fairly. generally gives constant hints that you probably shouldnt so the thing. very good at improv.
Chaotic Good: Would run World of Darkness so that the players can win if they play their cards well. Enjoys forcing PCs between a rock and a hard place.
Lawful Neutral: Has hardbound copies of every book, generally doesnt allow anything other than stock rules.
True Neutral: Sticks to official campaign modules, usually only GMs when theres nothing planned for the session or nothing was prepared.
Chaotic Neutral: Runs World of Darkness as stock. Lots of house rules. Owns a ‘tears of PCs’ water bottle and numerous evil GM apparel.
Lawful Evil: A ruthless railroader who will crack down on anyone trying to ruin their campaign without mercy. Even still, they are extremely talented GMs and have incredible ways with words.
Neutral Evil: Fudges dice rolls for extra drama, is not nice to new players in order to get them used to the game by fighting fire with fire. Runs a campaign similar to Bloodborne or Dark Souls-style difficulty.
Chaotic Evil: The neckbeard who comes straight from the 'horrible tabletop experiences’ nightmares. Gets inspiration for NPCs from quads on /b/. Defends themself from criticism of jerk behavior by saying that they cant take a joke.
Before ever meeting Priyanka Chopra, I had heard her name coming out of Bollywood and was impressed: she was beautiful, talented, had made nearly 50 movies, earned multiple awards—a massive star. When we connected around the time she started Quantico, we immediately hit it off. She has drive, ambition, self-respect, and she knows there’s no substitute for hard work. We always quote the saying “Wear your success like a T-shirt, not like a tuxedo,” and she really does—as big a star as she is, as global as she is, as beautiful as she is, there’s this interesting quality of relatability.
Now I’m lucky enough to be working with her on Baywatch. It’s an amazing time to watch as she pierces the U.S. market. She has an ability to inspire people to do more and achieve more. When I look at her success from the 50,000-ft. view and see everything that Priyanka has already done, is currently doing and has the desire and the bandwidth to do, I can see that her impact is going to be invaluable.
“WINNER is a name that helped me realise my dream that seemed unreachable. I am so grateful for the name, because my dream that seemed vague and that I didn’t want to wake up from became real. I just hope that we can bear the weight of this crown of WINNER.” - Kim Jinwoo
Yep, someone got so pissed off at Frank Cho that they decided to trace over a picture of him as “Payback” for drawing sexy pictures of fictional female characters in comics.
And of course the feminists are all silent because again it’s only harassment when it happens to women, because as we all know men are immune to online harassment because of their male privilege!
Remember when these idiots harassed Matt Taylor for wearing a shirt with sexy women on it? Then turned around and wondered why more men don’t consider themselves feminists? It’s because of shit like this.
Also it should be noted that Kieron Gillen co-founder of shitty PC gaming website Rock Paper Shotgun encouraged Wyke to do this, but again it’s okay because Cho’s a man and men can’t get harassed online!