The most amazing thing about Tusk was the walrus fight which was totally a thing my brother and I used to do with sleeping bags when we were little so kudos Kevin Smith on appropriately representing Manitoba culture.
One of my OCs is a Reaper who was formerly the Aztec death goddess Mictecacihuatl. She still has her old jaguar pelt cape that she used to walk among the mortals. Do any of your characters have a clothing item that is very significant to them?
Blue has a bomber jacket that Daggett got for him to grow into when he was a kid with a Jacob sheep head burned on the back, to remind him that Jacob lambs grow up to be Jacob rams.
One of my OCs is extremely high-strung and uptight and all business, and is really built more like a powerlifter than anything designed to move gracefully, but still really wants to be able to dance, and practices it whenever they're alone. They are horrible at it and show no signs of improvement.
Daggett goes out to clubs with the youngest of his three cousins all the time, and they set up a game console in his oldest cousin’s bar to play Just Dance type games on. They are surprisingly good at it.
My OC Mallory could never commit to a single hair style so she got her hair cut super short and has a variety of wigs (ranging from neon pink curls to fashionably layered blonde) for whatever mood she happens to be in.
Chuuch trades hand made skirts and dresses and stuff for hairdressing services with one of her childhood friends.
Hector can play beautiful piano (especially jazz and ragtime), but does his best to keep almost everyone else from finding out.
Blue plays complicated sheet music for songs he’s never heard to practice processing information on the fly and keeping up his hand-eye coordination. Daggett thinks it’s funny to give him video game music.
One of my OCs looks like just about any other slick businessdude, but is actually a diehard Motorhead fan, and has been since his teen years.
Tigris was a huge geek for American pop culture sci-fi and super hero stuff growing up and even though it will never be directly stated in the comic because I avoid current entertainment stuff too much to avoid placing the story in a specific year, I figure he probably plays/ed Khan in whatever modern Star Trek franchise cash-in equivalent happens in their universe and has a strong fanbase he’s convinced that he should play Kraven the Hunter.
My main female OC Kata has CIPA, which makes her unable to feel pain or sweat. Sicne she does a job of basically taking care of monsters, it's both handy and dangerous for her. Do one of your characters have something that's both handy and dangerous?
Probably all the creatures with super corrosive regenerating flesh that are the namesake of Platinum Black.
For the OC thing: I have an AI named Cyrus, his biggest dream is when he finally can hide his digital signature is to acquire a blank android body so he can walk on Earth physically. He's a huge human culture nerd too.
The second cyborg Commander dated was a rebound from the first cyborg he dated and mostly the experience taught him cyborgs are a whole high maintenance bundle of poor life choices, and a big part of why he objects to cybernetic upgrades on himself.
One of my OC cannot stand the smell of goats. Or just, goats in general. She thinks they're creepy as shit.
Blue reacts to draft horses like most people react to dogs and he wants to pet every one he sees. He has an easier time approaching people with horses than people without them because he can just focus on the horse and bluff his way through the interaction.
Do you have trouble replaying the Ace Attorney games? Like do you have to leave it a while to forget most of the details before you play again?
By the time I have enough free time to play one again I’ve forgotten almost every thing about it, I dunno why, it’s like I have some brain block in effect that erases the complete contents of the game from my brain a week after I beat them. Like, even the main overarching plot I’m like “wait, shit, how did that go again”. I was replaying the second game a couple months ago and I was like “Wait what I totally forgot Acro had a brother… I totally forgot there was an entire case that took place at Fey manor…”
The iOS ports are pretty bad. They lack basic functions like being able to speed the text and are full of typos and mistranslations for some reason, uses audio from the GB version and not the DS one (at least that’s how they were last time I checked. Like a month ago). Page is full of angry reviewers anyway. Buy the DS better versions if you can x:
I’ll say it again, I’ve played all of them both ways and I honestly prefer the iOS ones.
I'm going to admit, Dual Destinies was on sale and I'd seen you playing it so I grabbed it and have been trying to keep up with you. This is my first Ace Attorney game and I'm loving it, thanks for unknowingly playing it with me.
Oh man if you’ve never played Ace Attorney before I totally recommend tracking down the original trilogy (it’s out for iOS if you have one), they’re all amazing.
The most delightful thing in this game is some one off line Edgeworth has like “you idiot we just saw this trick at Trucy’s last magic show” because it means that Edgeworth and Phoenix pal around outside court enough that he’s going to his kid’s recitals.
The puzzles in this game are so much more hand-holdy than any other Ace Attorney game I’ve played, but the characters and story are a lot punchier than the last few AA games that have come out. Puzzle wise it’s the worst but I feel like the character writing is up there with the old trilogy.
they broke it in an act of defiance. Expect a strongly worded letter sticking out of the mulch.
Or it was the angry woman who got evicted from her storage locker for not paying rent and harassing people and turning it into a gross hoarder nest and possibly living in it and was stomping around last night that I heard knocking something against my window.