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D&D Snippets II: The Snippeting
My handle is mebecronck.
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Defiance – Ahari NeIp (Character Name)*
That is a capital i not a lowercase L. So, N e (capital i) p.
There is a pun here … hmmmm.
Roll up with Roll.
Have a roll with Roll.
Maybe a little alliteration.
Round up really riled up Roll.
I’m not taking advantage of the fact there is multiple Rolls.
Rolls of Roll.
No, that’s just lame.
A roll in the hay with Roll.
I give up. I can’t think of a really awesome pun here. It’s just too cute.
I mean the image in the inside the image. The one of Dawn.
So, then that means:
War is slavery.
Ignorance is war.
Ignorance is slavery.
As well as:
Gummy is gummy.
Considering my OTPs are either animated characters or actors from movies, this would be reaction to seeing them having sex in my bed. I would be saying this as I pull out my cell phone to record it and pull down my pants to join.
How did they manage to make it through the Safari Zone?
This is heresy; for Brother OP did not provide sauce.
Then name her Tao Fortune.
Trolls are Psychopaths …
There is a lot in your comment, so I’m going to tackle it piece by piece.
“…if someone were to draw a picture that’s meant to illustrate a negative characteristic of the fandom, wouldn’t it count as hyperbolic?”
Depends on the picture. If it is overly exaggerated then it would be hyperbolic. If it is very subtle, though, it isn’t.
“… it’s meant to illustrate that this negative characteristic is present…”
A group is made up of several individuals. Once a group is large enough, then all characteristics are likely present within the group.
“… just like how we say Tumblr has feminazis even though we are not saying Tumblr is a hivemind.”
Certain characteristics, however, must be shared to be a member of the group. If these characteristics are not shared they risk being kicked out of the group.
We see this a lot in politics. Members of a particular party must take a particular stance in certain issues. If they ever step away from this, they are typically shunned or openly ridiculed by fellow members of the party.
“… why do bronies accuse it of grouping people instead of realizing it just meant to illustrate a point?”
I don’t know what you are talking about here. Did a mass of bronies just attack the Tumblr Feminazis?
“I know this seems out of place, but I want to know why.”
Understanding why requires empathy. View it from their perspective. However, if their viewpoint is so foreign to your own worldview, you may never understand why.
It’s not hypocritical. It’s hyperbolic. It is meant to illustrate a point by presenting an exaggerated example.
Although, compared to some of the real life examples of this that I have personally seen, this is tame.
This reminded me of … this …
We can fund this?
Where the hell is the Kickstarter page? I need to go there and give them all my money!
In conclusion: It is a bad idea to have hundreds of people play a single player video game at the same time.
Pessimist, because the result is the same.
Perhaps you just discovered a characteristic difference between EG Fluttershy and Pony Fluttershy.
It is possible that they would have differences in personality. After all, they must have lived different lives in these completely different worlds. Perhaps EG Fluttershy was forced to face her stage fright earlier than Pony Fluttershy.
Hey, look! A Pinkie Pie plushie.
Hey, look! A Pinkie Pie plushie.