Friday, January 28, 2011

Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

Still working on Forest of Noir. I really am determined to finish it and not make it a complicated story even though I'm using this to practice branching. Kinda sorta.

Yes, the main character will be a cleaver wielding girl. I hope MSPA Homestuck doesn't keep distracting me though... Or college. I only have four classes this semester so I'll have more time to work on this project.

I have been thinking about officially getting help on Lemmasoft, but... Eh, I have my reservations and anyone who's been on LSF long enough know what I'm talking about (unless I'm being too vague), but yeah.

Whoo, I'm so good at this once a month posting. Wish me luck!

Belinda is angry at me for being such a slowpoke :'(


  1. Your art is super cute! I can't wait to see more stuff on your game! (Err.. I'm also from Lemmasoft forums, nice to meet you xD )

  2. @Miss-Mae

    Thanks for your comment :) I'm still slowly poking along with it, but progress is progress

  3. The artwork is unprofessional but still it looks good.

  4. A few months ago, there was an argument in a forum about vegetarianism. A user named "Wright something" said that Christianity supports vegetarianism. Out of ignorance, you said that the Bible does not support vegetarianism. You gave the example of the lamb sacrifice in the Old Testament.
    If you really are a Christian, you should not use such blasphemy. You should not say wrong things about your own religion.
    A loving, just and compassionate God would not be pleased with the killing of his own innocent children.
    And what part of "Thou shall not kill" don't you understand?
    Read this.
    Do not, because of food, destroy what God has done. All food may be eaten, but it is wrong to eat anything that will cause someone else to fall into sin. The right thing to do is to keep from eating meat, drinking wine, or doing anything else that will make your brother fall. Keep what you believe about this matter, then, between yourself and God. Happy is the person who does not feel guilty when he does something he judges is right! But if he has doubts about what he eats, God condemns him when he eats it, because his action is not based on faith. And anything that is not based on faith is sin.
    Romans 14 : 20 - 23
    There are also lots of vegetarian quotes in the Bible. But I won't waste my time my showing them to you. I don't think you are capable of comprehending it.
    Don't misinterpret what the Bible says. That's all.