rare screenshots

I know there’s a guide somewhere on how to do this, but I can’t find it now

Everyone loves rare stumps because they’re creative and cool and they provide mushrooms all year round. But they’re so rare ! There’s no way to know if you’re getting a rare stump.



*Things you need*
-a gold or normal axe (both work, I’ve only used gold)
-a silver axe (available at the island for a couple medals)
-a tree (duh)

*How to do it*

It takes 3 hits with any axe to cut a tree down. In this technique, you hit the tree twice with whatever axe you have (just not the silver one). Then you hit it once with the silver. Bam! Rare stump!

Enjoy the stumps!


Even though Ukyo is forever my amnesia bae, Kent was adorable as his awkward fumbling self too! Just a small compilation of some of my favourite lines from Kent. That text message near the beginning of his route hooked me right away XD

Honerva isn’t white

When colour-corrected, she’s barely a shade lighter than Alfor. She may be a villain, but don’t whitewash her in your fanart.

It’s rare to find a screenshot of her in neutral/natural light since she’s almost always in the lab, but her skintone is almost the same as Alfor’s.

Screenshot Saturday: One of the best elements of Star Fox Adventures is its portrayal of Fox McCloud.   Ironically, in large part thanks to the Star Fox team ending the Lylat Wars by taking out Andross, decimating his infrastructure and military forces, and sending their primary rival Star Wolf into hiding, the Lylat System had low demand for a merc-for-hire-unit like Fox and company following the events of Star Fox 64.

The mostly-quiet (see the canon Manga Farewell, Beloved Falco for when it wasn’t) period of seven years that Fox and co. spent sitting around an increasingly dilapidated Great Fox, scraping for cash and waiting for a call to action, had clearly taken a toll on the character: no longer the gung-ho hero he once was, the early moments of Star Fox Adventures set Fox up as a jaded, impatient, and sarcastic jerk who just wants to quickly patch Dinosaur Planet/Sauria so that he can clear his payment from General Pepper and go home.  The events of the game slowly turn Fox around as he grows to care about the innocent lives at stake and sees the danger General Scales presents, but in the meantime, Fox is plenty ready to roll his eyes, complain, and express utter bafflement at the situation he’s gotten himself into.

This is a roundabout way of saying there’s a lack of Star Fox Adventures gifs showing how the character animation highlights  just how done with this shit Fox is over the course of the game, and we’re on the way to rectifying that.