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Jul 31 2015
Just grabbed Dragon Quest V and Radiant Historia for DS off of Amazon, am now waiting for them to ship.
Man I've wanted Radiant Historia ever since it came out and I'm finally going to have it weeeee
As far as Dragon Quest V, it'll be my second DQ game (after Dragon Quest IX in 2010), so I'm looking forward to it. If I enjoy it, I'll try and pick up both IV and VI and then cry about the remakes for VII and VIII not being in NA.
But when you get the perfect idea... well, you can't just let it sit there. Not for the bare minimum of nine months that we'll have to wait before this comes out. So it's all written down, and waiting... waiting... waiting...
Jul 20 2015
The following is an excerpt from Episode 03 of Tahu vs. Tahu, titled "The Kill Order":
Lewa Okoto crossed her legs as she sat down on the floor in the common area of the Basement Prison, with a corner to her back and the entire room to her front, where she could see every prisoner that wished to wandering about. She examined the various guards with a weary sense of curiosity, watching them as they patrolled back and forth around and through the prisoners.
Slowly, she closed her eyes, resting her hands upon her knees and taking a deep breath, beginning to relax.
“You can’t be serious!”
Her eyes snapped back open at the sound of Pohatu Okoto’s voice. She quickly spotted the silver Toa of Stone pacing towards her with Tahu Okoto and Kopaka Okoto at his sides. The silver Toa was glaring at Kopaka Okoto and looked incensed; the Toa of Ice also seemed frustrated, although Tahu Okoto simply seemed resigned. Her three brothers came to a halt directly in front of her; not wanting to have to stare up at them, Lewa Okoto pushed herself to her feet with a sigh.
“What is it?” she asked, directing the question to Pohatu Okoto, who was looking at her expectantly and ignoring Tahu Mata, who she could see watching them with curiosity out of the corner of her eye.
“It’s Kopaka,” Pohatu Okoto muttered. “He’s trying to leave - trying to say that we were wrong to support Tahu Mata, that we should have gone with the other one. Tahu Stars.”
“If we had sided with Tahu Stars from the start, we would not be prisoners,” Kopaka Okoto snapped.
“Tahu Okoto is our leader,” Pohatu Okoto said, stressing the final word.
“Then perhaps he should not be,” the Toa of Ice replied, glaring at the Toa Okoto of Fire, who glared back at him.
“Hey,” Lewa Okoto said quickly, stepping in between the two Toa before it could come to blows. “I know that tempers are high right now. We’re all frustrated. But we need to stand together, as a unified whole, or else we won’t get anywhere.”
“Not you too,” Kopaka Okoto spat, sounding disgusted. “Don’t wax philosophical like you’ve been alive for more than a week.”
“We have a purpose here,” the Toa of Air reminded him. “We’ve travelled through time. There must be a reason.” “Yeah?” Kopaka Okoto asked, scoffing. “And there’s got to be a reason why all of us plastic toys are alive as well. But you don’t see anyone scrambling to answer that particular question!”
The episode releases later this week. Somebody dies.
A new epic launches tonight - if I can time it correctly, it will release at 9pm EST. The choices that readers make will decide how the plot unfolds in this story, determining the fates of the characters and shaping the world.
It's (currently) a smaller project than, say, Extermination, but that will hopefully allow for me to keep updates somewhat timely. The reader-choices will also help to keep it unpredictable for me, so it will be interesting to see how it unfolds.