#Pokemon So...it turns out there’s maybe a way to livestream directly from a 3DS???
I’ve been planning to do a replay of Y with a team of Pokémon that’ve “died” in previous Nuzlocke challenges. If I could figure out how to Twitch stream that, would anyone be interest in dropping in? Or maybe co-streaming?
At this point it’s just a thought, but I’d definitely be down to do it over the summer if there’s enough interest.
Not that anything brought this on, but just as an aside, if anything I say/do oversteps any of your boundaries, you are ALWAYS allowed to tell me or distance yourself as you feel necessary.
Your personal comfort and wellbeing are important to me, and I don’t want anyone to feel as though they have to walk on eggshells or be a doormat in my presence.
Yo, quick question for those who are significantly more literate in tech than I am:
In light of Nintendo bringing down the hammer on uploads of its music, I'm trying to download as many of my favorites off of YouTube while I still have the chance.
What's the best/most reliable way to do this that isn't likely to give me some sort of malware?
Oh, a YCH auction? With a skunk husband? Do go on.
#pixelart just finished a commission hsdhfsdhf it's been some time since i pixelled this hard
@BarkingPoints Barking point for this week:
Instead of pesky things like tornado sirens and disaster warning systems, entire cities employ packs of Absol to sense impending natural disasters and run through town warning people à la Paul Revere
Edit: apparently Game Freak came up with the idea of monetizing Absol’s abilities unironically even before I did ironically. Damn it.
I know moving is common and people do it all the time, but I’m having a hard time not having feels over it.
Just, as a person, I have such a hard time letting go and moving on, in general. Packing up and moving to a different town is gonna be tough. Hell, even just leaving my apartment feels surreal.
Mastodon account for both @Oxleythebeardog and @Vennrants on Twitter (same person lol). I'll get all this figured out sooner or later!
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