I remember a great critique of this picture (or I could just be in need of more coffee). Anyone? provocatrixxx maybe?
haven’t watched but a social worker ends up inna horse, both dead. Hannibal looks appalled.
Let’s all pause for a moment to realize that we really *aren’t* shocked by this. Thanks, nbchannibal!
Does this latest episode include onscreen violence against animals?
Darkness and light and black and white and grey.
And there might be this unbetaed alpha draft…Lovely excerpt from Kryptaria’s upcoming fic Nobody Loves Us. Q really doesn’t know what he’s stumbled in on. XD Best timing.
So, guys. This is back — and with zooeyscigar writing a fantastic twist!
Again, the usual disclaimer about real life commitments, other fics, and so on…
Pardon the brief dip into the gaming world for a moment here, but this — a part of the configuration screen from WildStar Online — is incredibly important.
I’ve been playing MMOs for 14 years now. I’ve worked with game developers, including one who’s color-blind. Even in his own games, he couldn’t tell what colors enemies were (colors would tell you if an enemy was significantly weaker/stronger than your character) or even simple things, like the color of his character’s own hair.
(I remember one conversation where he talked about making a night elf with “gorgeous dark skin and silver hair”. His character’s skin was actually purple, and his hair was teal.)
But this? This is a configuration open for combat that will customize enemy level displays for various forms of color-blindness. As far as I know, and I could be wrong, this never existed in older games, and I don’t think this existed even in games as recent-ish as World of Warcraft.
This is progress, folks. This is fucking awesome.