NOW SOMEONE GET ME A FIRE EXTINGUISHER

18th April 2014

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-disgaea:


ディス絵まとめ 「30/40」

DO NOT REMOVE SOURCE

-disgaea:

ディス絵まとめ 「30/40」

DO NOT REMOVE SOURCE

18th April 2014

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shadetoshade:

Well I just fucked this scene in Wat100K by naming Hunny Knight “Dumples.”

The best way to describe the sheer screwed up of this is by taking something as heartwrenching as the ending you get in D1 by having at least one ally kill, but Flonne’s name is instead “Shredded Wheat.”

I have been laughing for the past several minutes.

That’s still nowhere near as bad as…

18th April 2014

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We interrupt this program to bring you…

The Witch and the Hundred Knights!

Starring Insert Name Here, the Hundred Knight!

Summoned into Medea, he was forced into a contract with Metallia, who lives in a deadly swamp with her butler, Arlecchino!

Arlecchino: Yessss…

But creepy stuff happens in Medea! It’s up to Hundred Knight to save his new home!

Metallia: Stupid Hundred Knight! You made me look bad!

Tagged: the witch and the hundred knightthis has to be the dumbest thing i've ever posted

15th April 2014

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The Witch and the Multiple Endings →

burnfist23:

xenodile:

So I’m right at chapter 11 and I’m on the cusp of finishing the finishing the game.

I know there are 3 endings, I think. Bad End, Normal End and True End.

I know how to get the True End, but I don’t know what the difference is between Bad and Normal and how to…

Yes. In any other game, that would be the True Ending, but because the guys at Nippon Ichi are being major trolls for this game, they decided to label the ending with the best outcome the “Bad Ending” while ending you get for not going for the Dark Witches is considered the True Ending (and you get the Normal Ending for choosing Deny during one of the self-assertion segments).

15th April 2014

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The Witch and the Multiple Endings

xenodile:

So I’m right at chapter 11 and I’m on the cusp of finishing the finishing the game.

I know there are 3 endings, I think.  Bad End, Normal End and True End.

I know how to get the True End, but I don’t know what the difference is between Bad and Normal and how to get either of them.

Guess I’ll just make another save, get my true ending then spoil the bad and normal endings via TVTropes or something.

The Bad Ending you get by beating the three Dark Witches from chapters 4, 9, and 10. 

14th April 2014

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nomnomnamiart:

+spoiler version

nomnomnamiart:

+spoiler version

Tagged: dat spoiler version

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14th April 2014

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pinkiepony:

Welcome to hell, Megan

And that’s how Tartarus was made.

pinkiepony:

Welcome to hell, Megan

And that’s how Tartarus was made.

14th April 2014

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sardine-queen:

who remembers disgaea thumbnail theater

I actually printed the whole damn thing, so even though it’s offline, I can still go back and read it.

12th April 2014

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maxiburger:

sweetsoulbrother:

Updated.

Please don’t forget these husbandos

maxiburger:

sweetsoulbrother:

Updated.


Please don’t forget these husbandos

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12th April 2014

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Now my Spoilery thoughts on Hundred Knight

shadetoshade:

burnfist23:

shadetoshade:

I intend to talk about THAT scene from the end of Chapter 1, so I’m going to go ahead and put a tw: rape here and in the tags.  Now, I imagine I’m going to do a lot of bitching here, so I’ll just remind people that I LIKED the game in advance.  I just have a lot of things to get off my chest, lol.

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What about in comparison to any of the things that happen in the Demon Path? I mean, I’m not defending THAT scene either, but you’re not meant to necessarily sympathize with the Devourlord yet people loved it, me included. I love feeling like you’re playing a real villain and he/she commits some horrible atrocities, but I’m still trying to figure out what made that work and what made this not besides the fact that scene involved rape. The only thing I can think of is that Soul Nomad pretty much made you play through the Normal Path first so that the events of the Demon Path hit really hard. Also, how did some of Soul Nomad’s twists work and Hundred Knight’s didn’t? I feel like I know the answer to my questions, but I’m still having a hard time really piecing everything together.

In general, I definitely felt that scene should not have been in there because it really doesn’t match anything that happens later to Metallia. I felt they were originally going for a completely unsympathetic villain but then didn’t want to go through with it and re-wrote her to be similar to most of their other “villain protagonists” (Laharl, Mao, Zetta, Gig etc.) for the rest of the game but forgot to change the events of chapter 1.

Putting things under the cut since I go spoilery again.

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Well, if you want to make the comparison:

https://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=71682D64412F0EB9