Reminder that Kaz will spend all christmas licking envelopes
At least he's working on the merch.
>Every night Katia and Quill Weave sleep in the same bed
>Every night only one of them sleeps
>The other one has erotic dreams due to her pent up lesbian urges
>The other one becomes the victim of a sleeping molester
>Both feel too awkward to ever bring it up
>Both never know what they do in their sleep
>Both secretly like it enough that they keep sleeping together
Daily reminder folks.
>the break-in at Sigrid's will be a disastrous failure
>we'll be back at square one
>then the Oblivion crisis happens the next day
we all know it's gonna happen
>back at square one
Even if the break-in is a complete bust, Katia herself has come a long way.
People forget how with every failure, Katia has bounced higher each time, and each time it takes a greater misshaping to break her down. Even if she loses all her possessions again and fails QW, there's no taking away her new-found magic and witch hunter outlook.
Also, there's still time before the gate opens. If I remember correctly, it was exactly one week away when Katia arrived at Kvatch.
>then the Oblivion crisis happens the next day
Yes please. Something needs to finally happen in this fucking comic.
>Argonians will never talk behind your back about how much they love humans just because of how warm they are
>a qt homeless argonian will never stay at your house, refusing to admit that she likes sleeping with you
>argonians don't exist
break-in will be interrupted by necromancer guy but still go off generally alright. katia will get the shit back. necromancer guy will be revealed to have some connection to sigrid (or was he already?), most likely desire for revenge, and will try to get katia in on his big plan. what people say will make a big fork there but either way we'll get final closure of sigrid fleeing the city and discovering the 'pretty good personality potion' poison (possibly just skipping the explanation for how it got to that stage).
>people pay Kaz actual money to fuck around for months at a time barely updating shit
So is there an estimated time on when there might be a new update?
Wasn't there supposed to be a flash?
>tfw found two new l-lewd katia pics
>want to share but i'll get banned
Pimpin' ain't easy.
Slutcat does nothing but slut around and get drunk.
She is also very "fashionable" in that she is always designing new outfits.
Best lizard is not fashionable at all. As slutcat said, "since gay guys are really fashionable, it would only make sense if lesbians are not".
Plus, best lizard is an acrobatic expert, meaning she must spend a lot of time climbing and playing and shit outdoors.
I just meant "shit" like "other activities I can't think of at this time".
But now you've ruined it for both of us.
Back around what must have been a week or two after the arrival of Precede, I remember one anon speculating that there couldn't be much chance of the flash coming after the IndieGoGo campaign ended. At the time, funds for the campaign were rising at probably their slowest, and in theory, Kaz could deliver Infiltrate soon after to easily assure that the funds would rise again and easily meet or even exceed the goal.
Such wishful thinking, albeit so naive, to think that Infiltrate would have arrived before Thanksgiving, or even Kaz's original estimate of about a week after Precede.
Too scared to post there
I'm still expecting it to go the way of /fur/
The things people draw of that cat and that lizard.
>holt shit, katia? what are you doing here?
>you don't know? okay, how did you get here?
>you don't know...
And I don't really know what to do from there. Take her home, send her off to somewhere?
>nothing slightly inappropriate of either character
Of course you don't have, anon.
Sending her off would likely be a death sentence. Katia might not have the best luck getting things done on Nirn, but fuck if things wouldn't be worse off for her here. With her luck, she'll accidentally meander into a furry convention or a chinese restarunt.
>Even if she loses all her possessions again and fails QW, there's no taking away her new-found magic and witch hunter outlook
>implying Kaz can't just have her drink an amnesia potion or catch an errant mindblast or just trip and hit her head if he decides she's gotten too competent
it could be a sentient cloud of gas or light and the end game would be the same
Eve if you decided to take kat home, what would you do with her? Help her find a way to get back, how? Try and help her settle into this new world? As the only other of her race?
You could probably become her agent and live of touring the world or some shit.
Tell her that in my world, Kajhiit are basically a combination of jews and blacks and that if anyone else sees her, she'll be killed.
After that, emotional abuse and sex for decades.
First order of business would likely be to calm her down upon realizing that she has completely left Nirn altogether, then calming her down on the fact that she will never fulfill QW's quest. After that it'd be a constant slough of trying to keep her from drowning in a depressing sea of alcohol and peas.
Go on 90s style road trip across the country, full of comedic escapades and pop music, until we find where Kaz lives. Where I explain that he's her god and constructed her entire horrible life. Observe the mental breakdown on both sides.
Because the whole fiction meeting the author trope is not used enough, let's be honest.
in all honesty
probably rape the shit out her before every single government agency dealing with this type of thing gets involved within three hours
this ain't E.T. mother fucker, she's gonna get locked up and experimented on and there's nothing I can do about it
Considering she would get experimented and locked up within hours like another anon said, i'd just walk up to her and pretend she's a furry inside a fursuit
>"you're not safe here. Just play along with me now and you'll be fine"
>"Who are you? And where am i?"
>"You are not safe. These people want you dead. Follow me now"
We go back to my place, i make hug her, make her dinner, play some board games first night. Then i serve her some alcohol
the funny thing is that Kaz keeps stating how she isn't supposed to come off as attractive and is supposed to look kind of slumpy and emaciated, but if you drew a human head on the bodies he usually draws, it looks just as good. Kaz is in hard core denial
argonian > professional prostitute > qt gf > jerking off > not able to jerk off > khajiit
>Katia meets her creator
>Realizes she exists solely to suffer
>Realizes people enjoy seeing her suffer
>Realizes the fans make suggestions to make her suffer more
I foresee an hero in slutcat's future
I thought the slump was from two decades of slumping her shoulders in resignation and depression.
Real Katia would probably look dirty, malnourished, and have bruising under her fur from her continued failures alongside her drunken sexcapades and pineapple trick
>all these posts wanting to depress or sexual slutcat
I don't think Katia would want much to do with us if she was real.
i bet Katia would be the one depressing and sexing the anons instead, we only think she's nice because we can hear her thoughts but she comes off as a real autistic bitch to other people.
It must actually really suck to be an argonian in that regard. One day you're living a quiet life in Cyrodiil, the next you've been kidnapped by some mad wizard who's begun feeding you hist sap against your will and watching your tormented transformations to further their studies.
It is a parody of the popular atari game Older Parchments: Nothing
It follows the adventures of legendary wizard-thief Katia Managan as she dives into dangerous ruins, seduces lizard-folk with her feline wiles and fights deadly boss monsters.
Why delete /trash/? Trash is awesome. Way better than /aco/, which fell apart almost immediately. You know how every board is good at discussing things that aren't the topic of that board? /trash/ has no topic, so discussions are surprisingly good. Only problem is that it's slow as fuck, but that'll probably change.
That would imply Amaranth and she wouldn't be in that dream, she would BE that dream.
Katia is dreaming us, anon
next you have to take her to meet Kirkbride
Yeah, I'm sure
>pictures from the actual comic are getting deleted now
Some fellas just have foreheads twice the size of their face, like this guy
I did an AU where Katia is a human who took out huge loans to travel across the country to go to a shitty college where she doesn't have a dorm or a major.
I completely forgot Dmitri. I figured a few characters would be self-explanatory, like the orc (forget his name) and whatever.
Okay, Gharug is an economics major who mugs other students. I guess he's on the football team or something, so the school doesn't want to expel him, so they just say they don't believe the victims.
This. He's probably studying to be a mortician. What kind of major is that?
I appreciate the critique, but I'm not sure how to make a human look like Katia without very short hair. I mean, Katia in the comic has like, a buzz cut, and QW is absolutely bald.
she does the same thing that Katia will do in canon
She flees or she dies
the Hero of Kvatch, a fratboy fresh out of his hazing ritual (locked in a secret passage/dungeon that also happens to be the Dean's secret escape route) will end the Immigrant Crisis by going to the middle east and killing the shit out of the source of the problem (all the muslims)
then he goes to Belgium and gets really high and becomes the leader of the EU or something I dunno
how do I work Pelinal Whitestrake into this
I edited the first comic (panel? frame? update? I don't know what you'd call it). She looks like a horrible little gremlin.
Now with toes.
I'd apologize for spamming the thread, but I don't think you guys have too much going on, anyway.
Yeah, if you take away QW's snout she's just got a little grape under there, and if you add hair on top of Katia's melon, it gets huge. Maybe editing pre-existing pages isn't the way to go about this.
I dunno, New England.
I don't know what Kaz uses, but you can get aliased lines in Photoshop, Sai, Firealpaca and Manga Studio. Just need to use the pencil tool/disable smooth lines/ whatever the equivalent might be.
I don't know, it seems like he actually does want to know what it is.
Is this more suitable for your tastes?
Digitizer is dead so shitty markers and shitty camera for me. At least I tried
Some anon got drunk and made essentially a "Ronnie's replace' version of katia with fucked up proportions. Some artists decided to make it hyper realistic and even more terrifying.
That was one hell of a year
First call CERN and tell them to turn that damn thing off. Then this >>78287906.
It's mainly Katia's bad posture. If she stood upright her shoulder line would about match Rajiira's. Also, her Kat's head is slightly smaller because otherwise it would have looked weird on top of her narrow torso.
the bartender is just trying to survive like everyone else leave him alone
What would Katia think if we gave her this book (or any history book) to read?
>She finds out that a lot of people have tiny little khajiits living in homes
>Ends up trying to free every cat on Earth
>has a bad encounter with the big cats in the wild
That'd be a comedy in the waiting.
Cats which are not Khajiit exist in nirn. Mountain lions exist in Cyrodil and Sabrecats exist in Skyrim. As far as Prequel is concerned cats very much exist in universe as deadnecromancer had a whole bunch (and one alfiq khajiit which BETTER FUCKING COME INTO PLAY SOON KAZ GOD DAMN IT COME ON MAN RELEASE THE UPDATE). This, combined with fancy feast being mentioned in the comic by the "totally brothers not gay" elves can be extrapolated to say that cats are at least somewhat widespread in the Prequel universe.
It's not explicitly stated but it's the one with the welkynd stone. It's currently in Kavatch for an unknown purpose with said stone tied to its back.
Also with Khajiit biology does this mean Katia would find a tiger sexually attractive?
I've know about there being mountain lions and other similar types of felines in the TES universe, but I didn't know about there being housecat types.
Learn something everyday I guess.
He could only make that claim in the earlier events(?) of prequel. The slump in her back and the dopey face made her look kind of depressing.
Katia's facial design follows many of the same principles that make MLP's characters so alluring to neckbeards.
For fucks sake, her newest outfit has better support for her cat tits. Kaz knows exactly what he is doing.
>Katia's facial design follows many of the same principles that make MLP's characters so alluring to neckbeards.
Kaz set out to make Katia's face a cute cartoon face because the main focus of the story has to be somewhat pleasing to the eye. While it's very easy for many to make the leap from "cartoony cute" to "sexually attractive" and Kaz certainly understands that, the intention is distinct.
Also, all khajiit look the same.
>her newest outfit has better support for her cat tits
She slowly but surely getting her life together, makes sense her outfit upgrades would reflect that.
I get what you're saying about her appearance, but I still think he was going for a particular kind of response with the additions to her newest outfit. If it was meant to represent that she was going another step forward in getting her life together, Kaz didn't need to key in on the breasts.
And maybe I'm a massive fucking faggot who is making mountains out of molehills. We'll see if she even keeps this new outfit for more than two updates.
It's nearing Christmas, so if people are busy traveling or whatnot I think it's a reasonable assumption to assume they're busy with that sort of stuff in addition to the usual business of life.
True. Guess I kinda forgot that it was nearing Christmas and that he might be doing Christmas-like stuff with his family or friends.
Kazuhira "kitty killer" Miller Kazuhira "no updates" Miller
She's a decent designer and can preform simple tasks with a reasonable margin of error, now that she has telekensis, so earning her keep in a world where Gro-Upp and Sigrid don't exist shouldn't be too hard. As for the Elder Scrolls causing an extistintial crisis, her witchhunter training and ability to see the bones of reality have prepped her well for the concept. Heck, she's outside Nirn now, she could even learn the truth about her world without the risk she might zero-sum, which would be pretty useful if she never got home. (The witchhunter stuff is already weirdly close to modifying an object's variables.)
I reread the whole comic over the last few days. A reminder that a group of shadowy, teleporting figures were spotted outside Kvatch as Aggy flew in. So was either an Alfiq or the reanimated cat of that one black necromancer, carrying a bundle that included a Welkynd Stone.
It's more she comes off as overly cautious than anything. From other character's perspectives, she asks A LOT of questions and makes a lot of backup plans, and overthinks everything way too much.
Oh no, this looks too similar to the guy from Undertale, and now I need edits of Burgerpants as Katia.
"I'm 21 years old and I've already wasted my entire life."
"I can't go to Oblivion. I'm all out of vacation days."
She hasn't had underwater sense the very first time she passed it in the comic, just paint on her fur in the shape of underwear. Seems like a perfectly reasonable thing to point out because seriously, you go jump around in light armor without your boxers on and see how optimistic you feel.
>You'd stop the flow of yellowcat into this world simply to keep her only in your mitts?! You monster!
But anon, I only have so much space in my place, I don't want a harem!
>But anon, I only have so much space in my place, I don't want a harem!
As if having tiny living space wouldn't make a harem even better.
>then the Oblivion crisis happens the next day
I hope it does. The problem is that Kaz won't just give us the obvious easy way of ending. I really just want this whole thing to end in some disaster that gets her chucked in the prison so we can just start the game up and make whatever triumphant or crappy ending we each might want.
But no, he's going to do something unexpected.
I literally think about this every day.
This dumb comic has turned me into a self loathing furry with an obsession with the most useless piece of trash waifu in existence.
That being said, what she needs is a friend. If I ever met her, I'd have to bide my time.
Used to have tons of other fantasies but nope, she threw all of them out. Now I get mad when I see anything nasty happening to her online, fall asleep dreaming up another first meeting and life, go a little bit more insane. The whole thing is just an idiotic protection instinct that's been triggered somewhere inside of me that's part of that damn "nice guy" crap that I can't shake. One of these days I'm just going to have a breakdown and sprout a fedora while blabbing about my khajiit waifu in public.
Really, I just want some closure. It has to end.
>You will never hug QW and be described as an industrious, creative, warm, fuzzy human with swirly, cuppy ears.
This reality is cold and empty.
Anon, please, don't make me even sadder by thinking on how I won't be able to hug a lizard waif u
>I can't go to the Soul Cairn, I'm all out of vacation days
>I can't go to the deadlands, I'm all out of vacation days
>I can't go to Coldharbour, I'm all out of vacation days
why are there so many hells in TES
Because men/mer/beasts are made to live in Nirn, and so much like how space in dangerous to us, planes of reality meant for other beings are dangerous to them? I do wonder why we have so little info on an Aedric Planes, though.
"* Gods, have you even looked around?
* This place is a labyrinth of bad choices."
>The Crisis begins
>Katia preps and psychs herself up to go through the gate and be a hero
>The next update, weeks later, is just a screenshot of one of the skeletons you see all over the Deadlands
>Epilogue shows Sigrid emerging victorious from the gate, being hailed as the Hero of Kvatch
Sigrid is an actual character in TESIV:Oblivion and she's a punk-ass bitch
I'm still here because I have no life
it makes me feel good to know that I can actually be funny sometimes
we've only got a couple of days before Kvatch is destroyed and we are forced to set out on a grand adventure
I highly recommend we leave Cyrodiil, but I'm not sure where Katia should go. Does anybody have a map of Tamriel? Preferably with roads/cities/towns marked
Man, I honestly hope the game events are nowhere near happening, I want to see all of Cyrodiil through Katia's eyes.
Although if she is the Champion, it'd be a nice twist if the comic continued after the game starts and becomes an adaption of Oblivion.
Yeah, but I forget what the political situation is in Skyrim in 3E433
The good news is that Potema has been dead for a couple hundred years, but it's still probably not worth going near Solitude.
I think it would work better if Katia was removed from the events of Oblivion. She's getting stronger, but having her fight through the Oblivion crisis wouldn't leave much time for the bouts of depression, self-reflection, and learning that got her to this point.
And how the fuck is she going to fight through an Oblivion gate with nothing but Fire Magic and weak telekinesis?
It really does, actually
unfortunately we're going to need a bit of arcane danger to keep up our witchhunting efforts, so I think actually staying in Helgen for long periods of time is a bad idea.
Considering how much difficulty we had just getting from Anvil to fucking Kvatch, it might be worth attempting to travel to Valenwood by way of Skingrad, or going back to Anvil to finish our little quest things.
Still, we don't want to be in a major city. Mostly because they're a good way to get fucking robbed, but also lel meta knowledge.
She will be fucked properly by the events of the Oblivion Crisis if we get caught up in any gates opening.
>running across a hellscape into a tower full of various monsters and horrors
>anywhere within Katia's current capabilities
She could barely get out of a collapsing ruin full of a bunch of shitty imps, and even then she managed to fuck it up.
Granted, she's gotten better, but how the hell would she kite an entire Oblivion tower?
We should really go visit the Niben. It's really quite beautiful.
Yeah but that's a full two hundred years after the events of the Oblivio crisis. Also Markarth is a shithole. Never go to mining towns unless you're desperate for whatever they've got.
Yeah but you've got to dodge some fucking lesser daedra to do it, and I don't think she's really shown that sort of agility. Do any gates actually get closed without the intervention of the HoK? I guess we would never know, huh.
>Granted, she's gotten better, but how the hell would she kite an entire Oblivion tower?
with enough cat puns, she could burn down hell itself.
she just needs to grind her agility so she can dodge non-magical attacks and then she can just run around being a weapon of mass destruction on legs.
I suppose the easiest excuse would be she uses telekinis to push something off a height with a candelabra or something, the fall kills it, then she grabs a daedric cuiress and dagger or something from the loot
Oh, do they? I just remember being really disappointed the first time I killed one.
What's a good town/city to visit in Cyrodiil? I was thinking Bruma would be a good final destination. Don't they have one of the best mages guilds for beginners?
>he's going to do something unexpected
We've known how it's going to end literally for years now, Anon. She's not the hero, and the comic's either going to end with her dying from something comically mundane, or staggering drunkenly into the sunset towards further misadventures, the city collapsing behind her.
There's actually a rare sub-species of khajiit that looks like a normal housecat and has human intelligence(but not human speech) and also has magical abilities. They occasionally rise to leadership positions because of this. Because they are described as looking like housecats it can be assumed there are normal cats in the TES universe.
Called the Alfiq, look it up.
>I didn't know about there being housecat types.
TESO is technically canon right?
Or Daggerfall! I make a lot of references to pre-Oblivion stuff and it usually goes completely unnoticed.
Anyway, I just made my first huge mistake with Ch'marr's automailer thing and sent an email to over 100 of the wrong people, followed by an apology email that accidentally went to about ten of the wrong people. This calls for a celebration.
The great sequel to Kazerad Can't Cook: Kazerad Can't Email. It's perfect, just like that one time that guy accidentally hit "Reply All" to an email messaged to "[email protected]".
hey prequel. checked it out finally, specifically because of this thread, and marathoned it in 3 days.
NOW WHAT DO I DO.
I contacted Kazerad and got him to secure me a Tapestry Pack, so I ACTUALLY GET MY SWEET SWEET PATCH ACTION going on.
Thanks for introducing me to this, friends!
You're making a lot of sense, anon. As I was reading, I discovered an interest in high fantasy I never knew was there. I thought it left me when I stopped playing Runescape in 4th grade.
I'm not much of a video game person, apart from casual garbage like Animal Crossing and Rock Band and Phoenix Wright, but maybe I'll have to pick one up.
Although it was an extreme disappointment to find out that Khajiit were... not as adorable as Kat. Look, I'm just as into anthropomorphic art as the next guy, but that's TOO REAL MAN.
>Casual garbage like Animal Crossing
Show me your paths
I'm sorry! I'm so used to self-deprecating that it's almost a reflex now.
I'm going to be honest with you, Gamecube was my first console, and Animal Crossing was my first love. I played GC daily when I was a kid for many years, and then jumped to Wild World which I also played daily.
Once City Folk/New Leaf came out, I bought them, and played them, but it was never the same addiction as it was when I lived, slept, and breathed GC/WW. I sold New Leaf already, because I couldn't keep up with my town.
So, like, AC holds a very, VERY dear place in my heart but I need more time before I can come back to it and really stay committed.
>Hey Kaz, give us a taste of something from the next update!
The reason it's taking so long is that it's gone through a few iterations. One of them involved a bunch of interaction with that little Clannfear Sigrid summons earlier in the comic, but I ended up cutting it. It'll probably never get used.
Really, the RPG engine I've been using since Excelsior is getting pretty dated and unwieldy, and this update is probably the last time I'll use it. By extension, this probably means I'll move away from the top-down pixely-RPG-style flashes.
Skyrim is probably a better starting point for people who are starting out from relatively casual games. Like, Oblivion is hardly a "hardcore RPG", but you can still screw yourself over by making the wrong character choices early on. Skyrim, by contrast, is very easy to get into. Then again, the quests weren't as good.
>JS based gaming
>being less unwieldy
I hope you're joking. Ch'marr can work miracles, but it'll probably be equally if not more challenging in straight up JS.
And I have no idea what other game engine software allows export to flash, so that's also an issue Kaz might need to deal with.
>Do any gates actually get closed without the intervention of the HoK?
The Black Marsh one certainly did.
I demand that you draw Katia in a zoo in front of the tiger pen, finding the situation disconcertingly arousing.
I just got into the comic a few days ago! Give me a minute to acclimate!
I'm just so used to getting my emails ignored by webcomic artists and it doesn't... compute that I can just interact with one?
And like, I'm still riding the wave of multiple 6am nights reading the comic, I haven't shaken off my Prequel fever yet.
I read the sidestories up until Precede and stopped when I saw it was a flash, because I wasn't in a setting where I could listen to audio.
Thanks for reminding me, anon. I'll get on that ASAP.
I know better than to stop.
When I played the first flash, I didn't clue into the fact that you had to talk to people 3+ times to really get the full experience. I never saw the... risque minigame until I read further and realized that I fucked up.
Not happening again.
I feel you. Most things I've read where like
It's me here, and it's the authors out there
Not like an invisible barrier, more like a different plane of existence. Like us normal people can phase through them if we were to walk up to them.
I sent an email to Kaz and he replied, best I could describe it is if you were used to seeing ghosts being all immaterial and stuff and suddenly one of them bumps into you.
And the worst part is that I'm clearly doing a poor job at maintaining my composure. I feel like I'm in middle school again, fucking up this mythical friendship with that cool kid I just met by being the biggest dork.
You're damn right I did.
>You've been using RPGmaker right? Are you moving to a more dynamic program like Gamemaker/Construct or are you gonna get Chmarr to build you a game engine on JS?
Oh god no, can RPGMaker even export to Flash?
We've been using a custom-made thingy a friend of mine put together using Flashpunk. Originally it was a Java applet, but one of our testers couldn't run that on her mac, so my friend learned to use Flash and put the new one together in a couple days. A lot of the input systems and numbering conventions are still carryover from when it was a Java applet, though.
Since Excelsior, we've basically been tearing it apart and making it a mess of complicated systems we don't fully remember how to use. The Mages Guild flash added doors and triggers you could activate by simply walking into them, along with a variable called something like "is a deer" that none of us remember the function of. Extrapolate added a bunch of music trigger and animation systems we don't really use anymore, but which are still in there. And with Precede we now have this whole thing where three music files are always playing at once, a camera pan system, and some maps just use big images as their mask. I don't even know if we even still have a working tileset system in there, but I'm going to need one for the next Flash. My friend insists that it will "take like an hour" to add, and he'll do it when my tileset is done.
Basically it's a huge mess and falling apart at the seams. It's had a good run since Excelsior, but after this it'll be time to put it down and pick a new direction for future interactive updates.
>Not like an invisible barrier, more like a different plane of existence. Like us normal people can phase through them if we were to walk up to them.
Yeah, artists are kind of weird. Maybe "elitist" is the word? I don't know, I prefer to hang around Normal People.
Oh yeah that's right. Forgot about that entirely.
That's the way that programs go, add to them until they're just a clusterfuck, then make it again with all the shit that was added during, but properly this time. Repeat.
>a variable called something like "is a deer" that none of us remember the function of.
I mean I guess, but that would just be really silly to add. What possible conditional would you ever need to be triggered by a boolean where you could just put that code in the object itself.
Unless there are no types actually and everything is some sort of pseudo implementation of some base Animal type, and there's like 30 booleans in it for isADeer and isASquirrel and whatever. That would be really dumb.
Maybe there was just some specific interaction unique to the deer, but they were otherwise generic characters.
It would be an easy (but not very elegant) solution to just add a boolean.
True. But that would mean that somewhere there's some code that runs a bunch of conditionals one after another to check if some object is of some type and then does the action when those two objects interact. Probably most of the text interactions with static objects are like that, plus a few extra checks for the location of the object. Not elegant, but it definitely works.
>Then what the hell are you doing here?
Honestly, you guys are pretty normal - and I mean "normal" in the most statistical way possible. Like, you guys are a fairly accurate representation of what a randomized cross-section of the general population is like. Most people have a fairly skewed and overly-proper perception of normality that carries no basis in fact.
Like, the peeps who call others "depraved" or "abnormal" probably go home and masturbate to sewing machines, terrified that all the "normal" people around them may one day find out their secret.
It was definitely the deer. We apparently needed the deer to do something different from other NPCs, though neither of us remember what. We had apparently added a variable for it, though.
It was probably something really small and insignificant like making them walk shorter distances so they didn't rub against the walls of that tower.
>Thanks for reminding me, anon. I'll get on that ASAP.
Don't forget Dodger: Break the Law, too! Though I expect Precede will keep you occupied for a while. Keep us updated, I love seeing people's reaction to Precede's
second nightmare. One of the things I absolutely love about having no schedule is that I can just up and decide to blow a week on shit like that..
Anyway, I've gotta go order a bunch of boxes then sleep. Have fun, 4chan.
>masturbate to sewing machines
You've found me out.
And I guess that explains the deer variable. I'll have to keep that in mind when I program to have a random deer variable that doesn't do anything, but your IDE tells you it's being used so you're terrified of what happens when it gets removed. That and tadpole operators to fuck with people.
Have fun boxing!
Because the people who are just now old enough to be here five years old when Morrowind came out and Daggerfall is older than them.
Add to that the fact that the lore is convoluted, dense and niche and you have a perfect explanation as to those things fly over people's heads.
>Everyone calls the series Skyrim
And I though /v/ liked the older games better.
>tfw you will never eat corn with a human and lick their swirly, cuppy ears
Mentioning "undertale" in any way, shape, or form brings out a militant form of autism in a lot of /v/ posters these days.
I don't blame them. Undertale threads were fucking horrible.
As >>78336750 said, /v/ quite liked it when it first came out. I bought the game based off positive feedback from the initial threads.
That said, it's a game that panders to tumblr and homestuck. Both fanbases got their hands on it, and promptly went off the fucking deep end. The /v/ threads began to reflect that, since shitposters had a plethora of shitty porn and other horrors to exploit.
The angry kneejerk reaction from /v/ stems from the fact Undertale threads were cesspits right up until people got bored. People also wanted to stop talking about it because they didn't want to become associated with the typical faggot who plays Undertale.
It's the same thing that happened to Five Nights at Freddy's.
I have a folder of shitty Undertale OC to prove that I was there.
>It was definitely the deer. We apparently needed the deer to do something different from other NPC
Wouldn't making it an NPC subclass and adding the extra code to their "interact()" function work? Polymorphism and all that
...Flash is an oop language, right?
But FNAF is a pretty mediocre game, is Undertale actually worth a damn as a game?
IIRC, the 'hope for you yet' theme is made by the guy that made a bunch of homestuck's early themes. I don't think musicians can carry over cancer to other projects.
>is Undertale actually worth a damn as a game?
Go play the free demo, I'm not gonna tell you your opinion.
The demo is basically the tutorial and the weakest part of the game to many.
So did the ones in Summerset, and everywhere that wasn't Cryodiil. This happened everywhere, remember, just like how there were probably a few dragons showing up in Cryodiil and High Rock.
I've been listening to the soundtracks recently and it's the only thing that entices me. I might pirate it later.
The game is brilliant, it's only flaw is that there's a hint of PC pandering (gay characters, the main character is designed to be ambiguous which Tumblr has jumped all over, etc.), but the the game is absolutely worth playing. The fan base is way worse than the game, like Sonic or MLP or Pokemon.
Did you play it a second time making different decisions? UT does a really good job of playing around with player choice and some meta elements woven into the plot.
Ultimately it depends on how much you en up liking a majority of the characters. I was kind of bored with he skeletons and wanted to shoot myself whenever Alphys was around, but every other character and random NPC was so fun it kept me going.