Games I have that feature online play:
- Splatoon (my current passion—it's the first competitive online shooter that I've really enjoyed)
- Mario Kart 8 (another game I love—haven't played in a while but I'd still love to play online with folks if they were up to it)
- Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (I'm less fussed about this one—I play casually but am not the type to practice until I'm better, and mostly just fight with either Yoshi or random fighters. But I'd be open to play with friends every once in a while)
Yes, not all stories have happy endings. But endings, happy or unhappy, should MEAN something. Ending Bionicle with despair would have zero meaning, being "edgy" and "dark" but also "terrible" and "idiotic".
Sometimes I think people proclaiming their love of G1 have mixed up the meanings of "love" and "hate".
I wrote a fanfic? A BIONICLE fanfic!? I guess miracles do exist.
FLOW LIKE WATER
Gali was exhausted. Her legs ached from swimming all day—which she had been doing for weeks now, following a figure she hardly knew. Her guide called herself the “Protector of Water,” and Gali didn’t even know how much she could be trusted—but this mysterious character seemed to know who she was and why she was here, which was more than Gali herself had any recollection of...
Anyway, I didn't spend all that much time on this, so I'm not making any promises about quality. But feel free to head to the topic to check it out!
Source: Flow Like Water
Source: What do you want to see in the Lego Batman Movie?
On another note—I love the theme of the movie we've heard about from Phil Lord and Chris Miller: Can Batman be happy? It's a question worth asking, in an era where DC and Warner Bros. think that audiences still only want gritty, angst-ridden, "realistic" superheroes in movies, or with high-profile marriages between DC comics characters being aborted because "Superheroes shouldn't have happy personal lives." If Lego is what it takes to get DC Comics out of its recent funk, I think it'll be a good thing for the comics market and the superhero genre in general.
More photos, video, and even a digital download are available from the MOC topic!
So recently, inspired by an offhand comment my twin brother made about wanting to see/build an updated version of the classic Nui-Rama set, I decided to try my hand at a MOC.
After much planning, preparation on LDD, and scavenging parts from recent Technic sets, the result is what you see here. A "Skull Sandfly" (still not 100% sold on the name, but I like the alliteration). I tried to recreate the look of the classic set while giving it a much-needed update, with CCBS parts replacing the classic low-posability Bionicle limbs and the dated Throwbot/Slizer gearbox cleared out to make way for a custom gearbox which utilizes the knob gears from this year's Technic-heavy Toa and Lord of Skull Spiders. The function looks better (thanks in part to the wings from Gorast and Thornraxx) and arguably works better, with less wobble and a better grip for the handle. The jaw and claws are now posable, thanks to parts from last year's Hero Factory sets, and the eyes are now solidly attached instead of weirdly popping off like other masks. And at 103 pieces, it gives the original a run for its money in terms of bulk and building experience as well.
Source: 2015 Nui Rama
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Movies and Television
My Little Pony
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