Beat season 5!
Now working on getting all the
characters/ costumes (Just got them all :o seems MUCH easier to get them ll), leveling people up, and beat Expert Pack (gulp).
Was definitely more difficult than Season 6-7, but that was fun for me since than I actually needed to learn how to combo, use my turns more efficiently, and play with other characters. XD
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So if I got a Tardis in the Tardis, is it 2x bigger on the inside than outside? XD
Annnd burnt out from maniping swanqueen for bigbang. So much things to slog through before finding usable stuff X_X
Imma go play Doctor Who Legacy season 5 now. And after that maybe go visit Vastra and Jenny. Been neglecting them due to writers and manip block :(
Damn it, romance scenes are so damn hard to manip. Been trying the whole day and nothing came out of it except frustration.
Just about ready throw my hands in the air and give up on it.
*bangs head on wall*
Earlier, I was wondering why Vastra stayed in Victorian times which is equivalent to us in 21st century being sent to the mesopotamian times. Her people are advanced enough to build spaceships that can seed other planets, entire underground cities that survived for millions of years (none of our buildings is even close to that type of longevity), etc. etc.
She woke up to a severely technologically backward time period. Stealing an example from a previous post of mine, Victorian times had no antibiotics or vaccines. The Doctor could have sent her to whenever the Silurians were set to wake up (~30-31st century I think) but instead she remained in Victorian times.
So I came up with two ideas that can work with each other:
1. She’s felt honor bound to make amends for killing all of them workers. Eventually she decided to stick around because Jenny came around.
2. She and Jenny are fixed points in time. Without them, there wouldn’t be any Sherlock Holmes. Add on to the impact the Sherlock Holmes story had on real life history (forensics, detective novels, entertainment media in general), there’s also the implication that Doyle’s stories are based on actual cases Vastra and Jenny solved. Considering Sherlock was consulted by even royalty in the stories and such, Vastra and Jenny had an even larger impact on history that has gone mostly unnoticed.
Under this idea, I consider Jenny a fixed point too because even with all of Vastra’s smarts, she would still need human(s) to help her understand and infiltrate human society. Mannerisms, ethics, customs, language, etc. Jenny would be one of her main sources if not the most important one. Without Jenny, Vastra wouldn’t have “developed” the way she did.
Oh, and Vastra was responsible for Jack the Ripper disappearing from history so there’s that too.
Developing some murderous thoughts for several pairings because I have to slog through tons of screencaps for those pairings while looking for something to manip with. The downside of a non-canon couple. (*hugs Vastra/Jenny extra tight for being canon, married, and alive*)
I require Brain Bleach, extra strength.
Gah, wishing I had time to learn how to draw since it’s hard to find the right pictures to manip.
Ideas in my head but no good pics to work with = I can’t manip it into reality. ;-;
Spent most of my spring break playing Doctor Who Legacy. Beat both seasons and finally got all the characters and costumes. :D
Level up Captain Rory Williams!! He increases the damage from blue gems!! xP
I tried using him, but I found it better to have more frequent normal combos (because I have two people each who can convert green/reds) than less frequent but more powerful combos.
Though since now I’m pretty much done and am just leveling up everyone with offensive characters taking priority, I’ll level him up soon. XD