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Crossed Out

I’ve recently watched a few recommended videos on YouTube (kind of the bane of my free time at this point) and seen some Facebook comments to the effect that Chrono Cross was underrated, and is a better sequel to Chrono … Continue reading

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Gladly the Chrono Cross I’d Bear

Chrono Trigger is a somewhat unusual game in that it kills off its main character. The hero, known as “Crono” because the game only allows for five-character names, is taken out by the alien parasite Lavos in the Kingdom of … Continue reading

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The Single Dads’ Club

When I wrote about Princess Peach’s father, I noted that it’s pretty common in fiction for kings to have young, strong-willed daughters who are only children, and for the mother to be nowhere in sight. Rebecca pointed out that a … Continue reading

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Guardia Through the Ages

When dealing with fictional worlds, I tend to be fairly analytical and very detail-oriented. I like to know how an imaginary world works, and what its history and geography are. As the actual creators are not always as careful about … Continue reading

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