Is this twitch plays pokemon
you know the show made me love the game so much more back than, it made this world seem so so much grander than it was, and the characters so much deeper than a line or two of dialogue.
it made the cities cities, and the forests into forests rather than 20 minutes of walking and fighting metapods, it made battles into experiences, and losses into moments to remember, to learn from. it wasnt a game, it was a location, that I got to go to. it seemed gigantic. and I loved it for that.
I like how thor and hulk are straight up diggin it, hawk eye and black widow arent sure about it, tony looks bloated, and kinda sick and cap looks like “this is the future? this is what food in the futures like? this is bull shit”
not to sound sexist
but why are women always so violent when it comes to D&D?
I mean, lets talk it out sometimes, no need to go in guns a blazing
(to be fair chandra used to try and be diplomatic and everything to anything that showed up until we hit level 10 or so…the scores she had to hit were just too high so she quit trying, just murdered stuff instead)
Jess and Erika though, those girls just killed anything that wasnt required for them to keep moving forward. Mayors, tribes people, other bands of adventurers, librarians, a gargoyle, a chimera once, a sealion….
I was reminded of this oddly accurate stereotype while reading table titans…maybe use a skill or something sometimes, not everyone needs to be fire balled, impaled with arrows, or eaten by a giant mantis
I guess the dudes in my party prob arent a fair sample for male characters though, sure there was joe…but everyone else was like a cleric, a bard, a guy who swung chains around, a rouge, and a very peaceful paladin…sure theres Vann and Jake too, but….who the hell doesnt want to murder kobolds
just saying, in the D&D worlds Ive so far traversed and guided, women are really really aggressive.
such a fucking amazing anime!