just stopping by to say coding dungeon maps is the most terrible thing I’ve had to do yet and I will most likely strip down some of the standard LoZ map functions because coding all this for every dungeon I’ve made would not only bore me to tears but add months of work to the project.
I TRIED, I SWEAR, but having a map that actually keeps track of which room you’ve been in and which room you haven’t would take hundreds of variables. The smallest dungeon in the game still has about ~30 rooms, and trying to track the rooms is ABSOLUTELY AWFUL. Other dungeons are even bigger. Sadly it’s just not a realistic goal for me to do that as a one-person team. ):
I’m not sure what to do as an alternative, though. I’m thinking making either a) a more static map that shows all rooms whether you’ve been in them or not and just displays the boss room and unclaimed treasure chests or b) leave mapping out dungeons to the players themselves since I know some gaming masochists who like doing that kind of thing.
those tanks aren't tanks hun, they're binders =) xx
FUUUUUUK I’M NEVER GONNA FIND TANK TOPS THAT AREN’T SHIT oh well I’m not in the UK anyway );
Really though every time I find something that looks like a tank top I’d wear I either a) find out it’s completely transparent and shows every bit of pink skin under the shirt or b) find out it’s actually a binder or something… which I wouldn’t be against wearing rlly cuz i’m not invested in showing or not showing my boobs to the world if it weren’t for the fact that I’ve heard they’re hella uncomfy and I dress first and foremost for comfort. B(
If a follower has been killed prior to this quest, they may drop through the ceiling of the Temple of Mara at the same time that your spouse and his or her family (if they have any) arrive. This causes you to automatically fail your marriage attendance. Luckily you can talk to your spouse again and usually the wedding goes through glitch free, though users wishing to avoid all this should not take followers on particularly risky adventures.
If there are many items in front of the door at the time of the wedding, it will cause your wedding to fail.
One of the wedding guests may inexplicably be a Bandit Chief who will attack the other guests, ruining the wedding. Only known fix is to purposefully fail by not showing up inside the temple, then begging your fiance for forgiveness and attempting a second time.
”—marriage in skyrim sounds like a wild time (via mogatrat)
“But as far as I’m concerned, none of this actually trumps Moffat’s single most baffling achievement as a writer, now successfully accomplished in successive seasons: he is better than anyone else I know at taking a Victorian story, translating it into the 21st century, and making it MORE sexist than the original in the process. That’s a pretty impressively abject feat.”—Holger Syme, "Steven Moffat Does It Again" (via crimsonclad)
I recently saw a show about WWII-era American women working in wartime manufacturing — i.e., Rosie the Riveter-type stuff. One of the things I learned about was something called a “Femininity Quotient.” You can probably take a guess as to what that meant. I didn’t even believe it was a real thing until I went home and looked it up (the show was a choir performance/musical, so I expected it to be kind of dramatized, but it turned out to be mostly accurate).
Anyway, the Femininity Quotient was exactly what it sounds like. Factory employers expected women to conform to certain standards of femininity while on the job: for example, wearing makeup, hair done, fingernails manicured, etc. Some factories actually held classes to teach their female employees how to maintain their “FQ.” Here's a source:
A Seattle newspaper article warned women not to “go berserk over the new opportunities for masculine clothing and mannish actions”… At Boeing Aircraft, the Women’s Recreational Activity Council offered classes in proper dress, makeup, poise, and personality to help women workers maintain their “FQ” (Femininity Quotient).
This got me thinking about that modified version of Rosie the Riveter that was getting passed around on tumblr a while back, you know, the “hard femme” or whatever Rosie who’s showing cleavage and playing with her hair. It was getting reblogged with commentary like “you don’t have to pretend to be a man in order to be empowered! you can be feminist and feminine~!” As others have pointed out, even aside from how offensive those kinds of statements are, they’re also totally ridiculous because Rosie the Riveter, and all the women like her, were already performing femininity — and as I learned from all this “FQ” business, they were specifically instructed by their employers to do so. So it’s really ironic that people use her, of all things, as their femmephobia talking point.
Or you can live in my reality, where I acknowledge that people do perceive it that way and it sucks that people distance themselves from lesbians in feminism. My post was about radfems and lesbian fems not being BETTER feminists because of their beliefs. We're all feminists, I ain't about excluding lesbians.
If you acknowledge that lesbians are outcasted in feminism why do you feel it was necessary to make a post proclaiming that lesbian feminists are not better than other feminists? Lesbians are reminded by everyone at every turn that we’re a joke or we aren’t real or our opinions don’t matter, it’s not like we have this huge problem of lesbians being focused on too much and helped too much at the expense of other women. The presence of lesbian feminists who prioritize lesbians isn’t so huge that we need a reality check on our greatness levels.
If what you’re mad about is the occasion when you’ll see lesbian feminists say “fuck it, I’m done with straight and/or bi people”, this is a thing that happens because we are repeatedly thrown under the bus. Reacting to prejudice doesn’t mean we think we’re the godkings of feminism, it just means we’re sick of being snubbed at every turn by our alleged allies and we want to care for our own first and foremost because we don’t even make the list on other peoples’ priorities.
Anotgher newsflash radfems and feminists who are lesbian are not better than the rest of us feminists I believe in an inclusionary intersectional feminism, and want to follow women of similar beliefs.
Can I go to the alternate reality this person is from where lesbians are celebrated in feminism instead of othered and abandoned at every turn because it sounds nice to not have to hear “not all feminininists are hairy ugly man-hating lesbians!!!” all the time.
ok but what if like. werewolves transform under the full moon but theres just this one and by day hes a big tough guy and then when he transforms hes a tiny dog. just fucking. just fucking turns into the tiniest, fluffiest dog