Its been ages, i never got to tell you, we actually share so much in common before you left, although fairly that might be my carelessness and my usual immaturity (very precise one, that happens at wrong place at right times) not that i am taking blame, you wont let me do that, but i do feel a little weak knowing, so much more i could do for you and what you loved here, but i still want you to know, friend this place came far due to your efforts, due to our efforts, due to everyone's efforts, you absolute MAD LAD, you reinforced the foundations, and made a place into haven that many have no idea about at all.
But i know that, i know a lot of things others dont, for I am I after all, as you may already know.
Happy mew year dude, where ever you are stay happy, i know times sre equally unfair for everyone, and you also may have had hard times like i had mh own crisis, but lets not give up on anything, lets leave when we feel like it, lets walk in when we feel like it, lers do what we love, where we are and how we feel, stay happy, for that is what i'd ask from you, to answer you, before you ever ask Ren.
Because rest of everything, i can and would claim, how i see fit anyways, don't I.
Happy New Year, and many warm wishes, regardless the joy and sorrow, stay You.
Hello, Ren! Just a quick question.
Brantsteele.net doesn't have an "other" option to a person's gender and according to the site, selecting a gender is required. Between male and female (which are the only two options), which do you prefer? I'm not a fan of assuming so that's why I'm asking you. I'm really sorry if this bothers you in any way... :/
(Currently, it's set to Male just for me to post a preview in my blog.)
You and Bystander are generally the most informative on DSP, so I got a question.
A couple of minutes ago I looked over the character pages of TGG characters and wondered... "wait, where the hell did it mention the relation of the angels and demons who died during the Great War and the Gray Villagers?"
As far as I know... there is no mention of this in game. The only mentions of the existences of the deceased angels and demons was in this drawing in the game. No mention whatsoever of their relations.
To my understanding there haven't been any comics or interviews concerning this, and the only source I've been able to find that supports this is... well, Lee. And his infodump is full to hell with a lot of headcanons that look real.
So, is there any actual facts that support what Lee's put in his infodump?
Nowhere. In fact, I've failed to even find pictures or notes concerning Lost and Ciel's graves being next to each other (I've even clicked on every tombstone in TGG's Graveyard--sure enough, nothing.)
Sherbet and Yosaflame, if memory serves me right, have been featured ready to fight against each other (or maybe that was fanart... I can't remember--it looked legit enough, frankly).
Nothing on Cranber and Rigatona.
I don't know where these things come up from; they were here long before I even entered the fandom.
Now, as for the existence of the Ancestors, there is a translation of it on vgperson's blog (that's where I got it, at least). That's also when I wondered: "Wait, so are these guys the TGG kids' incarnation or their ancestors???" So I checked vgperson again and found that they are, in fact, ancestors.
There are so many misinformations in this fandom, I don't even know where to begin. The best part is wondering why people even make headcanons and everyone just sees it as canon.
I was wondering if the IP block on you has been resolved yet. This is because Fandom made a technical update two days ago, and one of the bug fixes in it involved an IP block issue. So I thought, "Hey, maybe this clears out HRBM's block," but is that the case, hm?
It's more common knowledge rather than it being present in the Manual of Styles or not.
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