Have you ever:
1) Self harmed?
Not on purpose. Does being clumsy and falling over a lot count?
2) Got into a real fight?
Yep! Sometimes my best friend Cole and I do it for fun!
3) Been too depressed to move out of your bed?
Nope. I don't have any video games near my bed.
4) Tried to commit suicide?
Naw. Death eliminates so many options, know?
5) Had to lie to EVERYONE about how you felt?
In my last blog, I mentioned reasons an RP might live or die. That is to say, the relationships between characters. But I also mentioned there are other factors, and I feel like I should elaborate on them. After all, what writer leaves his audience with a cliffhanger? Character relationships and the emotion we derive from them are important to RPs. But almost as important, if not equally so, is plot.
Having a plot is absolutely necessary to an RP. From what I've seen, most RPs die
I've been RPing here for 3 years, and almost 13,000 posts. I've been in more RPs than I can count. Maybe more than is healthy. I dunno if I'm particularly skilled at RPing. I do know that I have experience. I've been meaning to do this for a long time: Write down my observations of the district here, and some of my interpretations of 'em. I don't intend to make anyone change how they do stuff; I don't even know if the way I do things is any good. I just want to inform people of what I've seen and
With Earthbound! I've been playing it on and off for years, see, ever since sixth grade. I know it's easy, but I kept on having to restart. But I'm done! And super proud of myself! I didn't even need to savestate!
On that note, I've been thinking of doing a Let's Play. Yous guys have any suggestions for what game? It'd be a picture and caption one. And games for
Updated 17th March 2012 at 12:24 AM by Heroic Sociopath
Originally Posted by Anonymous
/b/. I want you to relax. I want you to feel weightless.
Put your headphones in, and turn up the sound enough to shut out the world. Get inside your own head.
Pull up youtube.Put this song on. put in your headphones. And when you finish reading, close your eyes.
I want you to lean back. I want you to relax.
I want you to think back, to when you were young. Long before you knew of /b/. Long before anything