I enjoy playing and creating games (mostly RPGs) and have a love of story and characterisation above graphics. I've been into RM* since '96 and have used all makers - started on the PSX makers, found and used a patched version of the SNES RM, then moved to RM95. When I found RM2K I finally decided to join some forums and I've been a part of the community ever since.

Absolute Justice

Site last broken: 7th January, 2017
Before that: 24th May 2016
Wolf and Kid
Save your best friend, a wolf.




The wall of the house on the right is actually canvas - better for inside tents.


You're missing the bottom of the fences on the right. Also, the statue thing top-right? Is for snow areas, thus the snow around it.

A Rainbow of Positivity

ugh, everything is so cute already

A Rainbow of Positivity

Bulma, could you kindly... bow out? You're harshing everyone's vibes in a major way. There are still people who are terrified to come out as x or y, because people are judgmental fuckheads who hate all things not-them.

Like, seriously, just because laws have finally been instated (that should have been a non-problem to instate a long, long time ago) doesn't mean that everything is suddenly better. It doesn't work like that and you acting like people don't have a reason to fear is beyond pathetic.

Dropping out of this discussion and shutting your face about something of which you know nothing because you, yourself, haven't seen, is the best thing you could possibly do.

No. seriously. This is me telling you to shut up and move on when it comes to this subject. Your opinion is not wanted.

A Rainbow of Positivity

A kinetic novel... probably wouldn't be considered a game. I know some people definitely consider them games, but let's be honest - part of playing a game is _doing_ something that affects the world in some way. Even walking simulators allow some kind of interaction with the world, after all. So I'm going to be a snob and rule no, sorry. ^.^;

It can have some drama, but a happy ending of a positive nature is needed at least. We're not trying to focus on the horrible stuff we go through as LGBT+ peeps, but on the good side of being such. Celebrate the gay and all that jazzhands. I won't say no to something sad as long as it ends with something positive and good, though. Just... yeah, keep in mind why we're having this event.

There's enough assholes out there trying to bring us down without having to down ourselves, but triumphing over evil (tm) is always an uplifting thing (well, unless you're playing one of those antihero type games where things get worse because evil (tm) was actually doing some sort of good for the world and your efforts to destroy evil (tm) has ended up making your life and the life of others much worse. Please don't do that for this event.)

A Rainbow of Positivity

A Rainbow of Positivity

I mean, that's the usual default number I put in for events where you can have a team but don't have restrictions as to how many. Doesn't mean you need to add that many or even consider teaming at all, but it's an option. If someone went "Liberty, can we please have more than 10 members on our team?" I'd change it to read 100 instead (but then people will just all dive onto the same team for funsies).

I also made it so you can make multiple games if you want. I don't expect anyone to, but there's been times in the past where someone will team with someone else to help with an aspect of their game, then make their own game on the side. Just... options.