autisticangels said: King's Quest. Is it on the computer?
It isssss but they’re old games so you have to use less than legal means to play them. I think some of the later ones might be on Steam but I’m gonna try and put together a master post when it’s not 1am and when my computer will connect to the Internet.
Gog.com Sells them in game bundles preloaded with dosbox so its fiddle-free.
Anonymous said: Maybe I shouldn't be asking this after I've already bought tickets to the show in San Diego but I'm really only a fan of Night Vale. Nothing against Thrilling Adventure Hour, I just haven't had time. I'm going to give it a listen but I won't be able to hear all of them before SDCC. So anyone who saw their last crossover show can you still enjoy it without knowing much about Thrilling Adventure Hour? And anyone who's a fan of Thrilling Adventure Hour any recommendations where to start listening?
I don’t personally listen to it— I’ve been meaning to, but I’ve just never had time.
Followers who listen to TAH, would you mind giving this anon some advice as to where to start? I’d love to know myself, as well, there’s a considerable number of episodes that are out already and it’s a little intimidating!
If you’re new to Thrilling Adventure Hour, please check out the New Listener FAQ over at the TAH wiki. The main fandom blog is fyeahthrillingadventurehour so if WTNV people have any questions, please check out these resources or just ask in the Thrilling Advenutre Hour tag, we’re pretty friendly! :)
If you’re going to the SDCC crossover, you should listen to the Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars episodes of TAH. I’d cram in as many as possible in the next week, following the Sparks Nevada Universe Continuity page on the TAH wiki to make sure you hit all the Sparks universe episodes, as there’s some other segments that also take place in the Sparks universe that have different names.
The Christmas episodes have Sparks Nevada stuff in them, but also full episodes of some of the other segments.
Sparks Nevada has a ton of continuity in it so it may be difficult to just jump into the middle, but I was at the ECCC show and they do a pretty good job giving WTNV-only people an idea of what’s going on.
If you have really limited time and just want to catch up on a few episodes, some that could help would be:
Just realize that you’re being dropped into a new storyline here, but those episodes feature a recent storyline that factored somewhat into the crossover as written at ECCC.
Also check out Emperor of Mars (TAH #166) VARIANT B for an episode which guest stars Cecil Baldwin. :)
The basics of what you need to know is that Sparks Nevada is the Marshal on Mars approximately 1000 years from now. He has a faithful Martian companion, Croach the Tracker, who is under onus to him for saving his tribe from a flood and since then saving his life a few times and many other debts. Martians take their onuses very seriously. Pemily Stallwark is from the Earth’s Moon and is a the lone survivor of her year of Punishment Soccer, which left her with severe PTSD but she’s been trying to better herself recently. The population of the Earth’s moon rebelled 76 years ago and since then the Earth’s government has held them in a vice-like grip. (The whole Pemily/Moon thing started as a Hunger Games parody but has grown into it’s own thing since then.)
The Red Plains Rider is a human woman who was raised by Martians and is an independent vigilante on Mars who has history with both Sparks and Croach. (She isn’t going to be in the crossover, but she’s in one of the episodes above.)
I think the more minor characters are going to change from the ECCC show based on the casting, so I don’t know which minor characters are going to be in it. :(
shout out to my fellow natives who feel bitter about the 4th of july and aren’t allowed to speak up about it. shout out to any non-straight/trans/etc person whose rights aren’t recognized and feels silenced by pro-american propaganda. shout out to anyone who knows that america isn’t a free country, that independence is limited, and that the only men created equal are the ones who meet the criteria.
quantumflex said: Regarding female led superhero media: I don't think that women actually deserve equal representation in fiction. The vast majority of heroes in real life, like soldiers, police officers or firefighters, are men. So if women want to be at least half of the heroes in fiction, they need to step up their game. That's only fair.
It must be personally embarrassing for you, living in a world where only men are heroes, to have turned out to be such a fucking idiot.