Comic 41 - For the Lulz

2nd Jul 2013, 12:00 PM in Episode Two
For the Lulz
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Jadelynn 2nd Jul 2013, 12:00 PM edit delete
It took me entirely too long to get the jagged lines to look right.
GrinningFox27 2nd Jul 2013, 12:08 PM edit delete
Our regular readers might have noticed, but we've been trying to stick to this update schedule (9 am Pacific Time).

Well, it'll last as long as my partner keeps up with the deadline.

So yeah, don't expect it to last for long, hehe.
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ranger_brianna_new 2nd Jul 2013, 5:57 PM edit delete reply
There's actually quite an appeal to roleplaying as an opposite-gendered character. In fact, the very first time I played a forum game, it was a roleplay called "The Inn" which had that as a prerequisite: being the opposite gender, talking to others in an inn.

(Interestingly enough, the girls playing guys all made their guys look buff and such, whereas the guys playing girls just had them be girls, not putting any great detail into their appearances beyond the basics of height and hair/eye color/length. :P)
DragonTrainer 3rd Jul 2013, 12:49 AM edit delete reply
I usually only play as an opposite-gendered character whenever I get to play two characters at the same time. The first pair of characters were childhood friends. The second pair were fraternal twins, the brother being a monk and the sister being a wizard. According to the GM, we really needed a wizard. Anyways, I had the brother be overprotective of the sister since she was the squishy magic-user. As a result, I accidentally gave the brother siscon vibes. >_>
Jadelynn 3rd Jul 2013, 8:45 AM edit delete reply
Why does that story make me think of Code Geass . . .

Oh right. Lelouch and his overprotective/siscon vibes.
Disloyal Subject 30th May 2014, 4:41 AM edit delete reply
I've been subject to some ribbing in the evil pony campaign I play in for my shapeshifter's tendency to favor female forms. In my defense, his form assortment is roughly proportional to what we see of Equestrian's population... And I make female characters all the time, though I don't always end up playing them.
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