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  1. Oooh, I don't think I ever played that one, I couldn't figure out how to get it to run. Maybe I'll have to give it a try one of these days. I remember The Son of the Toa was a fun fangame back in the day - there are probably a bunch of other good ones in the archive as well - thanks!
  2. Mm! I see. My bad, I think I did link to an older topic, and here's a more recent post. I also think the creator, @Toatapio Nuva is still somewhat active on this site, and I remember him being very receptive and responsive when I belatedly DM'd him about the game back when I first played it. Hope this helps!
  3. Hi - sorry in advance that this is only peripherally relevant to your original question, since I haven't played the GBA adaptation. I do remember quite liking that book though. I'm assuming you've read Voyage of Fear, then? Because a year or so ago, I came across a video game adaptation of that book on this site, played it, and loved it. I remember it being kind of short (probably about the same play time as it would take the read the book itself? maybe a bit longer), but I really enjoyed it! It was fast-paced and followed the plot of the source material well, and did a good job (re-)creating the sense of urgency for the characters as I remember them fleeing through the tunnels in the original book. The good news is that here's a link to the game/topic, if you're interested.
  4. Wow, it's so gorgeous and bright! To echo the sentiment, you definitely have a lot to be proud of here, and I'm sure that's just the tip of the iceberg !
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    Wow, it's so beautiful! My first honeydew is finally on its way - this is a nice size to aspire to. After the gopher mishap of last year, I'd be happy with anything, though!
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    End of an Era

    Aww, what a handsome boy. It sounds like you have him a wonderful life full of love from day 1, I'm sure he couldn't have asked for more. Sorry for your loss!
  7. At the end of the day, there's not much right or wrong to what entertainment companies choose to do with the franchises they own. It's about money. Keeping some rights to produce Spider Man content is a huge money-maker for Sony, and frankly, it's nice to see how the Spiderverse puts more representation for people of color heroes and women heroes into the entertainment mainstream (as one of both). Two things can be good at the same time, and accepting that is much less tiring than the do-or-die false dichotomy your posts inevitably devolve into. My mistake for thinking this was actually a topic for anything else.
  8. I went into seeing Into the Spiderverse with no expectations (neither high nor low, just a general Spidey fan), and I was blown away and thrilled and absolutely loved it. I'm not one to usually notice artistic style, but everything about it was "Wow!". Great soundtrack, got some genuine laughs, I really liked it. I'm also a sucker for old pixel-y fantasy RPG computer games, so I've played some of those on and off through the years. (Pokemon Insurgence, Pokemon Zeta, Aveyond, and some old Bionicle fan games from the archive here). Like others in this thread, I've been following MCU and Star Wars, although the MCU is getting pretty cumbersome to follow and I haven't seen much past Shang Chi. I also have picked up DnD and my husband is prepping to run his first homebrew this fall, so that's exciting IDK if baking, knitting, and teaching count as franchises I've gotten into, or just "real life", but the immersion into the craft feels analogous to how "into" the Bionicle universe I was, back in the day.
  9. You know what? I completely forgot that this wasn't the same alternate universe where alternate Tuyet was in charge. What do you think stopped Teridax from taking over the Great Spirit Robot after Mata Nui's death?
  10. Very dynamic poses, and I didn't expect to like the black and brown together so much - very menacing effect! Super cool!
  11. I really enjoyed this. I thought your portrayal of each of the characters was well done and completely believable. Makes me want to go back and read the whole Island of Doom arc. I also liked the little bits sprinkled in about how the Matoran are each working through what returning to the forgotten Metru Nui means to them - that they have thousands of years of personal history in the place, but they don't remember it. Must be a bit trippy, and those were great details to add. Great work, and I'd love to read more from you!
  12. Every time this artwork floats to the top of gallery forum again, I find a new little bit to love - amazingly detailed and I love both the art style and the wry humor used to work in all the references and easter eggs. Really stellar stuff.
  13. Happy belated! You bring creative consistency and very sweet positivity to many members here, myself included. I hope you know how appreciated you are
  14. I can't say anything new that hasn't already been said - I agree that the effect logically would be/should be temporary, especially that emotions are pretty naturally temporary. What jumped to mind with the wording of that power specifically was Axonn's ability to cure insanity. Although that's not a temporary effect, it seemed similar in that it regulates a state of heightened disequilibrium. Perhaps both provide a sort of jolt or emotional reset of sorts.
  15. Hi Mushy! Beautiful work as always - I especially love how perfectly the blue matches Jasmine's blue! As someone who just got back from the arts and crafts store looking for a specific shade of fabric, I am amazed. That's an awesome dream of making your own extravagant bridal gown, and I'd say you're well along on the way to achieving that dream
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