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We are a gaming & discussion community for those of us who feel that we are not wholly human in nature. This primarily includes the otherkin, fictionkin, therian, vampire, plural system, and other-hearted communities; although we're pretty open and will accept anyone interested in our group!

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  2. Galaga!! I built a MAME machine just to have that in my house...
  3. Really tell me tell me Galaga? Pacman? Ms Pacman? Burgertime? My favourite is Pacman but also Burgertime
  4. theres also dark souls bosses ranked by how good of actual bosses in a workplace they would be as for the article, i completely agree with the #1 kissable boss. very good wolf, 10/10 would smooch and boop
  5. Hmm I wonder what-...Wait. W A I T This is a real article kxfghkfjxchgkjhg any thoughts on this??? Do you guys agree or nah?
  6. I found our paradise on earth, time to go
  7. Pretty self-explanatory. If you play ACNL and have a dream address, drop it in the comments so we can visit! I have two towns and just finished my second one recently so it now has a dream address! Be sure to stop in sometime ^-^ Rivadell: 5E00-009A-90A9 Rosarium: 4A00-0145-93FE Rosarium also has some lore and character info, please give it a read here!
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    Bobby "Scaler" Jenkins

    I've been playing some of Scaler: The Shapeshifting Chameleon, more or less so because Scaler is a soulbond of mine. "Scaler, also known as Scaler: The Shapeshifting Chameleon, is a video game released in 2004 by Global Star Software for the GameCube, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 video game consoles. The Xbox version is not compatible with Xbox 360. Scaler follows the story of a lizard-loving 12-year-old boy named Bobby "Scaler" Jenkins who accidentately stumbles across an evil plot to dominate the world through use of mutated lizards. Prior to the start of the game, lizard-loving animal activist Bobby "Scaler" Jenkins discovers that five extra-dimensional humanoid reptilian creatures - the leader, Looger, and his henchmen Jazz, Rhombus, Bootcamp, and Turbine - have disguised themselves as humans and intend to conquer the multiverse. Looger and his subordinates discover that Scaler knows of their plot and kidnap him; the game opens with Bootcamp interrogating Scaler by electrocuting him. During the torture, Bootcamp, frustrated by Scaler's taunts, accidentally opens an extra-dimensional portal, transforming Scaler into a blue-skinned reptilian humanoid and releasing him from his restraints. Scaler escapes through the portal, and Looger and his henchmen follow after him." - Wikipedia

    © (Scaler: The Shapeshifting Chameleon) Behaviour Interactive

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    Black Arms?

    I've been playing some of Scaler: The Shapeshifting Chameleon, more or less so because Scaler is a soulbond of mine. I stumbled across this monster which reminded me of the black arms from Shadow the Hedgehog. "Scaler, also known as Scaler: The Shapeshifting Chameleon, is a video game released in 2004 by Global Star Software for the GameCube, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 video game consoles. The Xbox version is not compatible with Xbox 360. Scaler follows the story of a lizard-loving 12-year-old boy named Bobby "Scaler" Jenkins who accidentately stumbles across an evil plot to dominate the world through use of mutated lizards. Prior to the start of the game, lizard-loving animal activist Bobby "Scaler" Jenkins discovers that five extra-dimensional humanoid reptilian creatures - the leader, Looger, and his henchmen Jazz, Rhombus, Bootcamp, and Turbine - have disguised themselves as humans and intend to conquer the multiverse. Looger and his subordinates discover that Scaler knows of their plot and kidnap him; the game opens with Bootcamp interrogating Scaler by electrocuting him. During the torture, Bootcamp, frustrated by Scaler's taunts, accidentally opens an extra-dimensional portal, transforming Scaler into a blue-skinned reptilian humanoid and releasing him from his restraints. Scaler escapes through the portal, and Looger and his henchmen follow after him." - Wikipedia

    © (Scaler: The Shapeshifting Chameleon) Behaviour Interactive

  10. The secret boss of what? Secret bosses in video games in general or...something specific? It's been a while since I encountered a secret boss in a video game so I cannot name one from the top of my head. I do enjoy the etxra challenge they provide and the rewards that usually come from completing the task at hand.
  11. Pretty much any strong, dark-minded and/or violent Pokémon like Mewtwo, Bisharp, Machamp, Zeraora, or even Arceus when he bore resentment to mankind. I thought a lot about this, but I cannot give a straight answer as there are a lot of personal matters that I have in terms of Pokémon. Anyways I'll at least talk about Arceus; Arceus, one of my soulbonds, gives me the opportunity to be myself in the world he created. He possesses no judgment in the things I'm into and bares an iron fist towards people for similar if not the aforesaid reasons as I do. Arceus is almost like a father figure for me. He's powerful obviously. A dominating creature with the title of "God". Arceus was the one who came to my aid a couple of times when terrible things have happened to me. He's caring, only for those who chooses to care about so he doesn't fall pray to gullibility. He can also help guide me through the Pokémon world if I get stuck somewhere as well. Arceus is definitely someone I would like to be accompanied with.
  12. Personally, I would have to go with Sylveon. According to the Pokedex entries across various games, they can emit a "soothing aura" and can "read its Trainer’s feelings", which I can imagine being quite useful, especially on rough days. Also, they are, quite frankly, absolutely heckin adorable. What pokemon would you want? ^-^
  13. If Kirby gains the ability of whatever he noms on, what would do you suppose might happen if he ate you? Personally, I'm an artist, so maybe he would get some sort of pen projectile? Idk ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  14. We all know that feeling. You're going about your business in a game and accidentally fall off a very small ledge. 1 hp of damage. You're a little hurt, but it's not too bad. What are some real-life equivalents of this? If life were a video game, what would make you take 1 hp of damage? Two examples that I can think of are stubbing your toe and accidentally dropping your phone on your face. What are some other examples?
  15. Kinmunity's Official Steam Group https://steamcommunity.com/groups/kinmunity
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