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[Dec. 15th, 2005|09:08 am]
Silicon Rose
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My car broke down. ~sigh~

Sometimes it feels like it wasn't worth it to get up in the morning.

SRWa2 is HARD. Of course, it doesn't help that I've been collecting Jukuren Points like mad (but, but, 5PP to all of the pilots on the field! But, my experience and money!). Oh, and highly amused by the shadows thing, which can barely cover the top of the head (ooh, we're being secretive - but wait, you can still identify the character!) to cover the entire body (coughmaskguycough).

I'm thinking of starting SH2 on the side. SRWa2 looks to be a long slog.

Stellvia is proving to still be quite interesting. I like, overall, the way they've handled the series. After all, the plot that they started the series with ended in around the tenth episode, but it managed to not lose too much of its steam. Of course, the painful interactions part has been, well, painful. Recently, for some strange reason, I've been finding painful human relationships fascinating. I mean, they're still painful, but they're interesting.

I think I have a background for Bigler now. It's still not great, but at least he has a reason. Perhaps even a tragedy. Perhaps he will become another Square villain for whom it was NOT TRULY HIS FAULT that he's evil, that there were EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES that influenced his behavior.

...okay, enough channelling Tycho from Penny Arcade. I daresay I'm probably not even half as funny.

[User Picture]From: froborr
2005-12-15 05:28 pm (UTC)
I don't like clear moral lines, because they are inherently unrealistic. So I like villains who have good reason for doing what they're doing. I *especially* like villains who can *convincingly* argue that they've done nothing wrong. Best of all is not having villains at all, just characters who are working at cross purposes.
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[User Picture]From: froborr
2005-12-15 06:29 pm (UTC)
Also, that sucks about the car.
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