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About Pokebro2000

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  1. I'm going to be very Frank here. More Frank than I've been to anyone, and probably more than I ever will to a living person. I am scared of dying. I am terrified of the idea of growing old and my body slowly degrading and being trapped in a dying body until it finally gives out on me. I am not religious because of this fear of death making me question all I knew when I was young. Two days before turning 10, to be exact. I lost everything I had in a natural disaster, all gone overnight. I questioned why this could have happened, led one thing to another, and lost my faith and realised the truth of how little time I had to live. Now, 20 years old, and I'm still scared, fearing something that most people I've met in their 30s and 40s haven't even begun to think about yet. My viewpoint has evolved to this: if I had a chance to become immortal, or even just live longer, I would take it. Whatever it took, be it cryogenics, synthetic infusion, whatever was needed, minus hurting others, I would do. I struggle to understand how society can be so complacent about such looming and, quite honestly, horrific things. The only response I tend to get is just "dont think about it", which infuriates me to no end. I cannot stand ignorance, let alone willful ignorance. People are too concerned with lining their pockets or looking for a partner to focus on not losing all that they've worked towards. In a way, we've grown accustomed to looking the other way when death is brought up because no one wants to face the fact they're going to die and theres nothing they can do to stop it. We are discouraged from being open about it, which has likely led to many people freaking out when facing death. I think I went a bit off topic, but I hope my input was still helpful. But yeah, people dont give it enough thought.
  2. Truly, it's amazing how much people on the station can care. Even if it's in character, I've found myself getting genuinely emotionally invested in many shifts. And hearing that others put in more effort than I thought possible to save someone who didn't want to be saved fills me with a happiness I cannot fully describe. Good or bad, I think most long time players have that one round that sticks out to them. When someone did something unexpected that stuck with them long after the round is over. Rounds like that are why I love space station 13 so much, and Paradise in particular.
  3. May have found a follower of Nar'Sie at work once
  4. I would support a Male variant, even if new voice lines had to be created for each word. Hell, I'd be willing to test out making sound files to see how feasible it is.
  5. What if vox simply had their own blood type that was incompatible with other blood? Wouldn't that be easier coding wise? Like, imagine O- being given AB+. Its like that sort of thing, maybe. Same deal with plasmamen, even.
  6. Hey Lazz, I've tried to organize large events involving different people from different departments (e.g. chef, botany, cargo, engineering, etc) many times. However, I've often found myself flat out ignored when I try to talk to them. Do you have any advice on getting them to cooperate?
  7. Ah, been wondering when I'd see you on the forums!
  8. Ever hear about the Spanish magician? He disappeared without a tres.
  9. Those are so cool! Can't wait to see more
  10. Here's an idea from some vampire mythology that could help balance it out. The vampire can only have one sire, which must follow their masters every order until they drink enough blood for their master to release them, turning them into a full vampire. Until that point, however, they retain some/all of the weaknesses suggested.
  11. Here's a few so old they're talking about their pet dinos. How do you make holy water? You boil the hell out of it. I bought some shoes from a drug dealer. I don't know what he laced them with, but I was tripping all day! Did you know the first French fries weren't actually cooked in France? They were cooked in Greece. I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. It's impossible to put down!!
  12. If I had any idea how to use BYOND for mapping, I would try my hand at this. Would love to have a large variety of possible gateway stuff.