To everyone who's currently (or recently) been in school:Holley:
What are your grades?
Do grades really matter that much? I would have thought that in this day and age, those barbaric practices would have been outlawed.Delta 1:
Yeah, I mean if a girl with a D+ average is able to save the universe from destruction, they can't mean that much.Holley:
Hey! >:CDelta 1:
I wish I could say my grades were in the As but my education was sort of rocky since I was moving around a lot and doing commercial shoots. But I did work hard and qualified for the Mehku-Vraxene Corporate Scholarship Investment Maximum Opportunity Benefit.Holley:
How much did you get?Delta 1:
50 million Zen.Holley:
And that was...Delta 1:
I am sad to report that my grades are below average this year. Instead of my usual A++++, they are only A+++.Epsilon 1:
One year, the teacher forgot to mark all of my assignments and I was forced to repeat a year.Holley:
I wish that could be more surprising.
What's your favorite indie game?Holley:
I guess we're talking super-ultra-actually-retro games that you'd know about, huh? House of the Dying Sun was pretty rad. Though it needs an ending where I could crown myself god-empress for ultra-eternity. Smite everyone with the point of my finger.Delta 1:
Undertale was a masterpiece. Let me explain in detail through my 428 part series... [Rest of response cut for space]Epsilon 1:
I enjoyed Bus Simulator.
If you had a Star Citizen budget to make your own game (any genre or medium), what would it be?Holley:
Robots. Giant transforming robots. Action. Adventure. Plot twists. Explosions. The stars. The stars are calling...Delta 1:
First off, I would make a Star Citizen type game that could actually be made. It would be open world, massively online, you'd be able to do anything. Be an admiral, a janitor, traffic control operator. Anything. Next, the in game economy would be- [Rest of response cut for space again]Meddy:
The most in-depth relationship simulator possible. You could like actually digitize personalities and attempt to make sense out of them.
Have any of you heard of the Danganronpa series? If so, who's your favorite character, and any other comments you may have?Holley:
What do you think of Slaves of Chaos and The Aftermath: Reboot?
They are my games backlog. I may get to it one century, but there's 800,000 other games on there. (I don't know how it is in your time, but typical game bundles are like 1000 games for 5 creds, its such a problem!)
Star Trek or Gundam? Why?Holley:
Gundam! Giant robots >>>>>>>> stupid talking technobabble.Delta 1:
I like them both equally. They both have their strong points. Gundam: a gripping commentary on war and politics, Star Trek: an enlightening vision of a utopian in the stars.Epsilon 1:
I have not watched either.Meddy:
I liked the Gundam one where this beautiful pop star helped defeat those gross looking aliens with the power of song.Holley:
That was Macross.Meddy:
Right, Gundam: Macross.Holley:
Have you ever worked a job? If so, what was it, and any funny stories to share?Holley:
What, saving the galaxy isn't a job to you?! Maybe I'll just quit trying to be a big hero then, we'll see how you like being ruled over by a giant anger-prone narcissisic idiot that thinks the universe revolved around them.Delta 1:
Uh... Holley...? *Whisper whisper whisper*Holley:
What? Oh... oooooh... That
just happened, huh. Uh, anyway...Delta 1:
As alluded to before, I had done a number of regional market commercials. They didn't really pay big, but it was good practice.Meddy:
I work part time at a fashion store on the station. I get a discount on all the latest trends. I routinely try and buy Holley some nicer looking clothes, but for some reason they always seem to end up Harriet's closet... Holley:
What a weird coincidence! Harriet: