Moa and her Glorious Rumplecomb
Behold the rumplecomb. Bask in its splendor! The “S” curve in the front stands for Stink. Big Stink, to be exact. She is also known as The Big Stink.
You must whisper “Big Stiiiiink” into her face, for she IS the Big Stink, and she will whisper the secrets of the universe back to you. Then snuggle into your lap. Please pet her keel. Please pet it. The rumplecomb demands.
Yooooooo strickycub tagged me for that video game thing. I assume it’s for my top 10 games? That’s how I’m gonna answer it anyway.
- Dragon Age 2
- Mass Effect Trilogy
- Dragon Age: Origins
- Hatoful Boyfriend
- Fire Emblem: Awakening
- Golden Sun
- Tomb Raider
- Age of Empires II
UHhnn I’ve never been tagged in a thing before… SO I WILL DO ONE!
1. MASS EFFECT. *heavy breathing*
2. Metal Gear Solid 2, because of spending time with the lovely rainaftersnowplease.
3. Devil May Cry 3… made quite the impression on my 15 year old self.
4. The Sims. Formative game in my childhood. Combining both vicariously buying furniture and getting to light my sims on fire. It also gave me the notion of having real life status bars that are constantly depleting, which is scary true as an adult.
5. Bioshock 2. This is the first one I played, and actually the only one in the series I’ve completed. But I dunno, I was much better able to connect to the game and the world as a big daddy.
6. DDR. This would be higher on my list, but I recently went through and bought 3 of the games for the 360 to re-live my teenage experience and messed up my knee with it :| Slowly recovering, but still haven’t regained the ability to sit cross legged.
7. Gears of War. The chainsaw gun is pure fun, but what I really liked about it was playing the co-op mode with my friends at LAN parties.
8. Robot Unicorn Attack. By far the most played game on my phone. I have no idea why I like it…
9. Resident Evil 4. I don’t particularly care for any of the other games in the series, but it was one of the rare games my brother and I both liked and we bonded over. I only played it through once myself, but I sat with him and watched many of his playthroughs. I will forever jump at the sound of chainsaws revving, and never forget “WHADDYA BUYIN’?” and “WHADDAYA SELLIN?”
10. Assassins’s Creed makes it onto this list because EZIO. I really liked the games up to Conor, but Assassins Creed 4 did nothing at me, and I have not forgiven Ubisoft for their abysmal track record of having ANY roles for women. AC3, which I did like had exactly THREE women with any spoken words, and I’m counting a prostitute who has a single very submissive line. Man, my bar is so low Ubisoft. I’m not mad (well a little) about 0/4 playable characters in Unity being female. But for fuck’s sake, WOMEN SHOULD AT LEAST EXIST. I’d be ecstatic to eavesdrop on a conversation between two female background NPC’s.
Don’t forget to focus on the good that the citizens are doing too.