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well they are pretty horrific and the story gets really dark and gory, so im either wanting to stick with that, or have names that are completly the opposite of it

Yeah, I think that could work, in that case.

Hey hunter im looking for a naming scheme for the monsters in monster comic any ideas? Im kinda on the fence about naming them after sereal killers

Hmmm… Serial killers is a pretty touchy naming scheme. It depends on the tone of your story, though. Honestly there’s all sorts of bizarre naming schemes for monsters, especially if it’s humans code-naming them, rather than their natural given names. Stars and constellations, flowers, the periodic table, different kinds of fish, angels, demons, historic emperors, I’m a fan of big, fucked up monsters having very mundane human names as well.

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memetrender:

how is consent culture going to prepare us for situations where we do not realize until later that we are misjudging our own boundaries

I, for one, can accept trading the slower development of people’s sexual self discovery for the benefit of greater cultural…

Ah, thank you. I totally misinterpreted the original statement, and I see your point now.

memetrender:

how is consent culture going to prepare us for situations where we do not realize until later that we are misjudging our own boundaries

I, for one, can accept trading the slower development of people’s sexual self discovery for the benefit of greater cultural understanding of rape/abuse.

So Fan Expo Day 1 (and probably only) was pretty much garbage, but I did do something productive while I was there~!

So Fan Expo Day 1 (and probably only) was pretty much garbage, but I did do something productive while I was there~!

I love the whole 'Anita stole LP footage/art' argument because for some reason the people against her make some logical jump from 'she is a bad person/has done bad things' to 'SHE IS SPOUTING LIES AND ONLY LIES HER WHOLE MESSAGE IS WRONG AND EVIL'

Sometimes people make mistakes. It sure is nice when they own up to it and make amends with the person they’ve wronged, instead of digging themselves way deeper into a hole.

Also to those who say she "scammed" people obviouslt dont know anything about the film industry. Just a sheet of greenscreen and a stand can cost around 50-100 dollars. Imagine the cameras, workforce, editing software, etc that it costs? Yeah you can find something cheaper, but she bought these to last, which means breaking out the benjamins. also people gave her this money, she didnt steal it.

Thank you for the insight! I have very little knowledge on the budgeting on a film setup (despite co-oping at a studio, haha), so that helps. And yeah, like I said, people chose to give the money. People always spout on about “buyer beware” when it comes to companies and corporations, but as soon as an indie woman comes along, suddenly they’re all a bunch of consumer rights activists?

The artwork usage is defendable because she thought it was official art by the quality of it.

It elevates the issue to “honest mistake”, but a mistake nonetheless. Again, one that she apologized and made amends for.

They're not angry about her opinion.....well atleast that's not what the smart ones are mad about. It's that she disables her comments and like bar, steals footage from let's players, has stolen artwork to use on her show, and she calls pretty in game npcs as "sex objects". She also got alot of money to produce her show via kickstarter and only made 4 videos since then, no increase in quality what so ever. Lastly, she is a conartist who doesn't even play the games she criticizes rather harshly.

Oh, so we’re doing this? Okay, sure. Let’s turn the beat back and break this down.

1. If you’ve received the degree of disgusting hatred and threats and just utterly exhausting comments as literally any outspoken woman in the games industry, I’d be surprised if you’d last as long as any of them.

2. Let’s players don’t have copyright over the footage of cutscenes in the games themselves, only their transformative commentary on top of them (none of which I’ve seen used). The gameplay segments seemed tailored to show of the discussed points as well.

3. The artwork issue was a legitimate problem, and a mistake that she apologized for. I can’t really defend it, but the issue was resolved.

4. Your “sex object” part doesn’t deserve to be countered.

5. I haven’t looked into the details of the Kickstarter campaign. My only comment is that I have supported artists I admire with money they didn’t need before, so I don’t care.

6. Every single point I’ve seen her bring up so far has been regarding something that requires no hands-on interactive experience with the game, just observation. Her “gamer cred” is irrelevant.