- Jun 8, 2017
- That Distant Shore
- Switch FC
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Like I actually have the power to dox anyone. Treating me like saying it will cause it to actually happen.Don't encourage her Periodot. Please. No one deserves doxxing no matter how bad they are. The consequences and what may happen is all too negative/bad to even let happen.
As someone who grew up in the armpit under New York, I love a big city! A lot of stuff to see and do, and people usually don't bother you because nobody gives a ****.My family and I are taking a weekend trip to Pittsburgh. This is exciting but I'm also a bit nervous because I've never really been in a big city, we don't travel much and I live in the middle of nowhere.
Is the story just as disconnected as it was in Octopath Traveler? That's the biggest thing keeping me from playing it right now.
I take it you're talking about live a live and in that case no it isn't disjointed at all.
Oop, true, yeah. You dont have to tell me, JonI don't think he is going to tell. I know he did not want to before.
It's basically 7 short stories that can all be beaten in an hour to three then a final chapter.
The chapters are all seperated in different time periods, they're more meant to be individual tales, though unlike Octopath this game is short and sweet, Present Day likely not even taking 2 hours. I never played Octopath so I can't quite compare it beyond the basics but the game's like 3 times shorter than Octopath if you want to do absolutely everything LAL has to offer so I imagine the inherently faster pacing can make the individual chapters feel more like standalone adventures.
I mean, i wouldnt treat ya any different. Idk how id react since I never knew lol
Haré+Guu. Its and old anime from 2001. One of my favsI just found the funny gif, I have no idea where it came from lol
Well, feel free taking your time deciding on this. I would not judge you by the way, but while I don't know your country's name, I can imagine why it would be embarrassing for you to reveal it already.It's not a third world country but idk what Americans think is a third world country
Had to reverse image search the gif to remind meyself of the name but it's:I just found the funny gif, I have no idea where it came from lol
Seems normal, right?Haré was a happy boy living out his days in the jungle with his mother, but then one day Guu showed up and became a member of their household. Throughout the series he faces many hardships as he tries to keep Guu out of trouble in the jungle.
Had to reverse image search the gif to remind meyself of the name but it's:
Synopsis per MyAnimeList:
Seems normal, right?
So, imagine if you will
An anime where the young lady on the cover is basically a super weird version of Kirby:
Guu's stomach is a world, filled with buildings, hundred legged cats, and a nice young couple of lovers that have been trapped there for ages (but apparently don't mind their predicament). Other than Hare, no character seems to be aware of Guu's strange nature (or for that matter the bizarre circumstances surrounding everything else in the series). The weird events that occur because of her are only ever acknowledged by Hare. Everyone who is eaten by Guu, only to be spat out later (excluding Hare) dismisses what happened as "sleeping" (occasionally, dreaming about Guu's Stomach world). Hare even dismisses his first time in Guu's Stomach but is quickly proved wrong. There are other strange things Guu can do, which defy the laws of physics, logic, and reality, such as (but not limited to) superhuman strength, elongate her body parts, breathe underwater, teleport, time travel, cause people to switch bodies, read minds, cause disco music to play suddenly, switch her face (from a cute face to a weird face), transform into an older version of herself, transform into a giant kaiju monster version of herself, incite mental breakdowns in Hare, though the latter is more of a talent than an actual power and can connect anything to video game controllers and play around with it (even peoples minds). In one scene Guu hints towards being programmed to do what she does.