>>1081071 Snowchan isn't totally empty, and I don't think ice troopers are really that spread out (not OP).
I do think this is an idea doomed to failure anyway, though. The only thing left to talk about is fan creations now. It was only a movie, thre's not that much in the source material. And none of the fan creations have a huge pull right now. I don't think we have enough to talk about to sustain a general at this point.
Eventually we'll have the sequel, and we'll be back.
I mean, the heat has died down considerably, but at its peak /frz/-posting was so severe that there were at least somewhat-serious discussions about the feasibility of a /dis/ board. If you tried sparking up a general on there again, I'm pretty sure it'd be shot on sight.
>>1081208 I don't think so. People were just posting porn back then and spoilering it/dealing with the bans anyway. And I don't think porn alone is enough to keep a movie general rolling. A single thread past the bump limit, maybe.
>>1081246 /frz/ is pretty notorious on /co/, like /mlp/ tier in terms of public opinion. I wouldn't be surprised if the current Elsa thread got deleted at this point.
>>1081199 I remember Caturday (this is /trash/, what did you expect?) was getting banned on sight at one point, even without any infringements. At one point we disguised them as "Catwoman" threads and the DC fags didn't even mind a weird hybrid thread. (unrelated, but hybrid threads are surprisingly great)
I don't really browse /co/ often anymore but I've heard the Cat threads are still getting banned,
>>1081312 As someone who's been through hiatuses (one word: "Kazerad"), how do you have a thousand generals about a single movie? What do you keep talking about when there's not much fresh content and only like 2 hours footage?
Is it a classic hiatus syndrome like thread related where 8 posts in you're already off topic? https://desustorage.org/co/thread/44276548/#44276862
At a certain point, /frz/ basically became self-sustaining. There are MOUNDS of fan art, fanfics, fan creations, edits, vocaroos, memes, copypastas, greentexts and the like that were all cataloged and stored for future reference, and the discussions started being about them just as much as the actual movie. One particular fanfic about Elsa being an incestual /r9k/ shitposter essentially grew to equal priority with the movie itself.
I could probably track them down on Snowchan; give me a minute.
>>1081343 Can someone clear this /co/ autism up for me. Why would it bug other anons on /co/ if there was a 24/7 Frozen thread running at all times? Would it take anything away from /co/? Frozen posts never spreed out to other /co/ threads like MLP did. So what is it about /frz/ that bugged them so much. I'm starting to think they were just Jelly of what we had. It's like look at those faggots STILL having fun over there. We can't be as happy as they are so lets to take way their toys.
>>1081435 A lot of OC and a lot of meta shit, basically, it became a perpetual motion machine. The threads had their own culture, in jokes, history, and group of tight knit regulars--to give you an idea of the extent of this, I never namefagged unless I was dumping OC but I had anons on multiple occasions reply to me and correctly guess who I was because they recognized a filename, or just my writing style, or a common topic I liked to talk about, or god knows what else. We collaborated and wrote greentexts together in the thread, we had at least 5 drawfags who regularly hung out and posted new context, we talked about and wrote fanfiction... just a lot of stuff. Including infighting and drama. It was glorious and terrible.
MLP entirely poisoned the very concept of a "General" in /co/. It was a scourge that that hit the board so hard, you can basically break it down to pre-MLP and post-MLP. Do you have any idea how bad things need to go to shit for "Create an entirely separate board to contain it" to become an option? It's ingrained into the board psyche to stomp down on any fandom that seems to be veering towards establishing their own community in order to prevent it from happening again.
>>1081586 >It's ingrained into the board psyche to stomp down on any fandom that seems to be veering towards establishing their own community in order to prevent it from happening again.
That mentality is kinda retarded. Thats like a raped victim / survivor walking around scared for the rest of her life and never EVER going outside after it's dark outside for fear she will get raped again.
>>1081629 I was a write/musicfag, almost all of my OC was from the very early generals or so. Streamed some, got some people into Wicked. Don't really want to attentionwhore/namefag without a reason though, sorry anon.
>>1081147 >Snowchan isn't totally empty It is though. Last general lasted over a month. There has been some activity recently but it's basically 1-2 new autists getting their fill of Anna and Elsa pics. The only thing that could resurrect the site is info about the sequel
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