Started by Ben Lehman, March 01, 2011, 07:24:31 PM
Quote from: Ben Lehman on March 02, 2011, 05:40:12 PMImagine your beloved. She is, to you, perfect in every way. Think on it. Know her.
Quotedraw a small picture of your beloved.
QuoteBut it isn't really her. It's some other girl that the monsters kidnapped. She is like your beloved in one way, and that confused you. Is she good enough? Do you give up and live and love with her? If so, you live ever after together.
Quote from: Ben Lehman on March 04, 2011, 10:38:23 PMyou should "take time to know" the other girls, as well.
Quote from: lumpley on March 07, 2011, 01:07:13 PMShall I keep posting mini-AP here?I'm completely stalled out on my current threesome of monsters. I've gotten one of them to kill another, in a head-slap moment of "of course," but that leaves the two, and they're just owning me.No help, please! That's why I'm not saying what the monsters are.I've learned a couple of interesting personal things from this game. It's potent and good.-Vincent
QuoteShe is, to you, perfect in every way.
QuoteBut it isn't really her. It's some other girl that the monsters kidnapped. She is like your beloved in one way, and that confused you....But it isn't really her. It's some other girl that the monsters kidnapped. She is like your beloved in two ways, and that confused you....But it isn't her! She is just alike to your beloved in three ways.
Quote from: Ben Lehman on March 03, 2011, 11:07:17 PMI had a conversation with Joe Mcdaldno about this recently that ran along very similar lines ("I'm not sure I can play this, as I'm in a long term relationship.") ... Clearly this seems to push a button with particular married guys.
Quote from: Ben Lehman on March 07, 2011, 04:29:13 PMI, for one, can imagine people who are pretty different than my Beloved but still not, say, neurotic sadists with bad teeth.
Quote from: David Berg on March 07, 2011, 06:31:36 PMHonestly, what comes most naturally for me is to declare that any given rescued girl is pretty swell just the way she is and declare that my ever after is in fact happily. (I could be assuming too much for not having played it, but I'm pretty sure that's how I'd react.) It might be something about imagining beloveds and rescues and monster-defeats that puts me in that frame of mind, or it could just be my general attitude (I don't believe in monopolies on perfection, e.g.).