“Quit now and cake will be served immediately.“
“Wait, what are you doing? She said we can have cake!”
“Luckas, there’s no cake.”
“Are you sure?”
“I’ve played this game before, I’m pretty sure.”
“Fine, but if we miss the cake, I’ll be very pissed.”
“The Enrichment Center is committed to the well-being of all participants.“
“Cake and grief counseling will be available at the conclusion of the test.“
*sigh* “Do I tell him?”
Luckas did explicitly say he liked to borrow Annie’s anatomy books ‘for the pictures’, so… I’m not sure he’s being 100% truthful here.
Mary Sue tests confuse me. I usually take them for fun with a character or two and I usually pass. I mean, most things that annoy people about Mary Sues also annoy the shit out of me, and I avoid them like the plague, buuut… I don’t understand what criteria some of these test use to determine a Mary Sue.
One of the tests I took once asked if my character had a Katana for a weapon, which Crys originally did (although now I tweaked her weapon design a bit in my head to fix that and we don’t refer to it as a katana in the story because that term in Valcrest is fucking stupid lol), so she rated higher on her test at the time, despite the fact she had only actually used the sword twice and mostly hauled it around for sentimental reasons. However, to a lot of people, giving your character a katana means you want to make them a badass who can cut through tanks or some shit. A lot of the time they’d be right, but not ALWAYS.
Anyway, I decided to randomly Google a few of these tests and take them with the same character (Luckas) and see how consistent his result turn out. Let’s begin!
I had this scene stuck in my head, but it’s 4:30 in the morning so instead of writing it out I made one of these. =P
Btw, it takes lava around 15 minutes to create a crust thick enough for an adult to walk in, and a matter of months to fully solidify.
I looked it up. >.>
Wifey and I have awesome plans fo Luke and Ess’ end game, including this epic house in a secluded area that only a few chosen people will be able to find without falling into some strategically placed trap. Luckas would wipe the house right out of people’s memories should they come across it purely by accident, but otherwise, well… They’ll have a murder cave.
Of course, the problem with that plan in our technologically advanced alternate universe is…
If Ess doesn’t get there soon Luke might go ‘fuck it’ and set the place on fire. o.O
I’m having too much fun with modern day Valcrest. 😛
I was bored some time ago and I made these:
Luckas is awfully bored when his Lady’s away. >.>
Whip jokes are a tradition in this series; don’t question it. Also; DastanXLukey OTP!
Yeah, in an alternate universe where Valcrest is technologically advanced, Luckas has even more means to annoy Jake. 😛
Hey, guys. I finished watching all the Steven Universe! And how have you been these past couple days? 🙂
So, I have a friend in Australia who is, in his own words, a major shipper. I introduced him to MLP just some time ago and he had all the ships in his head after finishing season one.
We disagree on a lot of them, but I won’t get into it.
He also gave me some, uh, insights on what he thinks would be popular shippings in the Shadows series if it should grow a larger fan base. That was horrifying, to say the least, but… I accept it as an occupational hazard.
I’m not as much of a shipper as he is, but I don’t shy away from it either and personally, as much as it bothers me a little when directed at my characters, if only because of how much I connect with them, I am all for shipping. I mean, to me the most interesting part of any good story is the intricacies of character relationships, be them romantic or otherwise. And yeah, when I ship characters is not always necessarily a romantic ship, sometimes it just means that I feel the relationship between those two characters is not explored enough in canon, and I’d like to see more of it.
This time, the questions are for me! So let’s see how well I know Lukey, shall we? I’m gonna answer these and he’ll tell me whether I got it right.
1: What’s your OCs favorite color?
“That’s correct. Well done repeating an answer I already gave in that stupid interview you had me and Annie do.”
Hey, I knew that!
“Suuure you did.”
2: Where does your OC work?
Out in the streets at night. In dirty Alleys and other such places.
“That sounds wrong.”
I know. I’m surprised you could tell, though. Well done, Lukey. XP
“Haha, you’re hilarious. Shut up.” =_=
The subject matter of this post is a bit serious, but… it’s nothing I haven’t mentioned here before.
I thought that writing about certain character types I’ve gained experience writing over the years was a good idea and… I decided to start with this one because not only is it quite a touchy subject, but I’d honestly like to see people get more creative and open minded about it.
Be warned that this will be a long-ish post and will obviously touch on some story points I’ve covered previously here, so… If you just want to get to the point, scroll down until you see bullet points. ^^”
My RP character, Luckas, is in an abusive relationship.
Now this statement when made to some people whilst discussing my RP has led to some skeptical responses because a) Luckas is a man and his abuser, Sam, is a woman, b) there is no physical abuse the way they see it (I beg to differ and I’ll explain why), c) Luckas is a sadist and a serial killer and apparently that justifies her being a crazy obsessive child molester (okay, I need to take this less personal >.>).
*sigh* Let me elaborate.
This goes in my Luke-Sam playlist. For their time together when Lukey was a child.
Too early in the morning for me to get into the whys, but… Yeaah… One day I’m writing the mother of all rambles about ALL of Luke and Sam’s relationship, from start to finish.
Because some bonds are unbreakable… For better or worse. Hmph.
And yes, I will try to sleep now. lol