Heads up: this review of the Wano material will cover up until chapter 1049 of the manga. This means that my coverage of the arc will be incomplete, as it still hasn't ended as of the writing of this article. And of course: spoilers! Here we are, ladies and gents. The most recent arc of… Continue reading The Great One Piece Journey (FINALE… For Now): Wano
I'm not going to talk about FNAF World and nothing you can do will make me. Sister Location is where Five Nights at Freddy's got oddly experimental. No, not 'the game is a cute RPG' experimental. Rather, it took the established lore, gameplay format, and even setting and put a twist on it, focusing more… Continue reading Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Sister Location is Bizarre
Generally, most stories fall into a pretty simple loop. They usually go something like this: Character goes through great struggle of some kindCharacter learns a valuable lesson and gains a new skillCharacter uses new skill to overcome trialRinse repeat until story ends A strong example of this is in shounen anime. Usually, our protagonist will… Continue reading On Crippling Characters
God, it feels like a thousand years since I started this series. It's hard to believe that we're nearly done with it all. The Wheel of Time is one of the most complicated reading experiences I have ever had. Few stories have ever frustrated me more than this one. There were so many points where… Continue reading The Wheel of Time (Book Series Review): Was It Worth It?
Lore: Scavengers of the Sea Residing deep beneath the waves, merfolk rarely interact with land-dwelling creatures, thus becoming the focus of many a sailor's romanticized tales. They lack the means to create a proper society beneath the water, such as making weapons or writing histories, and thus live in hunter-gatherer tribes. On occasion, multiple tribes… Continue reading Merfolk: Angry Mermaids