Second Life Destinations – Medieval Roleplaying

Aloha, knights n lovely princesses of the dark times.

Look what The Lab wants us to look at today:

Uiuiui! 😮 Brutal. 😦 And not very true to real history since they have a lotta female warriors there in Mistyvale. Asking me, I rather go sailing and sit in my onsen (once it’s finished). 😉

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Featured in the video: Misty Vale and the White Armory

 

CREDITS: Video Production: Draxtor Despres

Oh, and I don’t like horses. :/

“Dangerous on both ends, crafty in the middle.”

 

4 comments

  1. “And not very true to real history since they have a lotta female warriors there in Mistyvale.” That could be forgiven… but boob-armour and jousting without a helmet? That is only acceptable in poledancing and Micheal Bay movies…

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      • To be fair – that is not how Masamune Shirow drew her in the first place … OK he drew her with even more skin showing on several occasions.

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        • Yes, she was hardly recognizable in Alpha. That rack!!! Who cares, Applesseed was never that strong a franchise and they broke the narration with Alpha anyway. Was a fine, very well done, anime gangster flick and we watch it every couple years and still giggle about it. It’s a nice lighhthearted, hard hitting companion piece to GitS and nothing more. Like when Briareaos and Deunan are supposedly running around in the background in some GitS movie. 😉 I never noticed it and am much too lazy now to rewatch it all.

          Needless to say I guess we all pefered the lean mean, hungry fighting machine Deunan from the first movie, when she was a dirty punk and found in the wastelands by Olympus police. I personally always liked her better than the arrogant major Kusanagi Motoko.

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