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  1. Video Game Discussion 4

    When I was a child, I had a hard time understanding what other people were thinking and feeling, and went out of my way to correct this by consciously thinking about how other people think and what it would be like to be in their shoes. I still have a bit of trouble figuring out what to expect from people I just met, but with enough information I can usually put together in my head an approximation of just about anyone else's mind that at least makes sense to me (whether it's truly accurate is something I can't really know) - and I can even do it with people I really dislike or whose views I strongly disagree with.
  2. NP Wed June 13th 2018

    Yes, but sometimes it's fun to ignore the MST3K mantra and try to figure out answers to questions the original creator(s) never intended to answer. In my Grace-a-Monsters head-canon, Monster Professor George is a lot older than he looks (and canon George), and really is old enough to be grandfather to a teenager. And I figure that in the in-game story, George's "grandson" has always had the name the player gives them; Bubbles complaining about it is just a breaking of one level of fourth-wall. (Mind you, an explanation that didn't require fourth-wall breaking would be even more fun.) A simple option that doesn't require this lighthearted parody to delve into deep gender issues. I like it.
  3. Planetary Beverage Container 2018

    What I want to know is, is this a World that doubles as a cup, or is it a cup that you put worlds in?
  4. Video Game Discussion 4

    Ah, but bullying people you don't know and can't even see the faces of means you hardly have to put any effort at all into dehumanizing them! Plus, to someone who feels the need to assert their dominance over others, being able to affect hundreds or thousands of people at once must be quite a rush.
  5. What's the Moperville South Team Name and Mascot?

    I do more or less agree with this - however sometimes while who/what the mascot is was chosen out of respect, the mascot design itself is offensive. Oddly enough I've never heard the suggestion that they just change the design without changing who/what it represents... Personally, I find them rather boring looking.
  6. Character Alignments

    Pandora seems to shift between Chaotic Evil, Chaotic Neutral, and Chaotic Good depending on the situation and her mood. It does seem like her "good" tendancies are mostly concerned with her family and those she's taking a liking too, while her "evil" side is more mischievous than malevolent, so I'm thinking it would all even out to Chaotic Neutral.
  7. NP Wed June 13th 2018

    So, this is a comic depicting a fictional video game, a video game that has it's own internal story. Dan presumably had Bubbles as Professor George's grandson because it's funny (although knowing Dan it's also possible he'll explore some gender-identity issues too). The "game" was likely programmed to have George call Bubbles that due to an overly rigid script and/or the programmers failing to account for all the possible choices the player could make. But, within the world represented by the game (and ignoring that it's probably not "supposed" to be that way), why does George's "grandson" look like a girl? Is she a trangender boy? A transgender girl who has transitioned? Or is the situation something more elaborate and unusual?
  8. Character Alignments

    I figured that Dan got rid of the move because he decided he didn't want Elliot to have repressed anger. Sorry, never heard of it.
  9. Story Wednesday Jun 13 2018

    Considering that they were called in to investigate a paranormal incident, the two CSI: Moperville agents we saw working for Mr. Verres are likely magic-users.
  10. NP Monday June 11, 2018

    Sometimes.
  11. NP Monday June 11, 2018

    Why is it dangerous? (The only danger I can think of is Nintendo's overzealous defense of their copyrights, but with all the different ways of talking about the comics these days, just keeping people from saying it on the forums isn't going to help much with that.)
  12. NP Monday June 11, 2018

    Nah, that's just clever marketing.
  13. Friday June 8, 2018

    My headcanon is that she fired the beam that knocked the Golem out the window from her mouth.
  14. Friday June 8, 2018

    Oh, I missed that. (I usually skip over reading the links section of the commentary, as I assume I remember the comic well enough I don't need a recap.) I prefer EGS with dragons in it's past, though, so I'm going to continue having that as my headcanon until and unless it is conclusively proven the main world never had dragons (or at least there's an in-comic explanation for that flashback). Of course, that doesn't mean the scale is from a dragon (although if you go with the "any big reptile" definition it probably is, as the only other likely option would be a big fish).
  15. Friday June 8, 2018

    My understanding is that the Chinese words for "dragon" and "dinosaur" are the same, due to large dinosaur bones having always been called dragon bones there. Then there's Komodo Dragons... So really, there's precedent for using the term "dragon" to refer to any large reptile, regardless of if it can breath fire or has any known magical powers. Either Pandora can travel between worlds, or there were dragons (or something that looks like a dragon and can shoot fire) back in Blaike's day.