Something I was interested about, but haven't really asked about.
You used to update on Monday Wednesday and Friday.
Now you update on Tuesday and Thursday too.
Now don't get me wrong, I like it.
But, what changed?
This is kinda a side arc I think? And those are every day.
It is just for January. I thought the fact that Gem and January made a cute little term together, Gemuary, so I figured I might as well have some fun with it. Once February rolls around, it will be back to normal schedule.
What about Jewel-y? (Haha, puns.)
I was also considering May-lachite, hehehe.
I meant to say something on an earlier page, but I guess I'll just say it here: You know, the more cartoons you reveal are tabletop games in their universe (especially really old ones like you implied with Looney Toons), the more I start to feel like they live in a universe where cartoons simply don't exist. I'm overthinking this obviously, but it's interesting to imagine if that were true.
I remember a time in the early 70's when there were a *lot* of live-action cartoon-like shows on TV. Sid & Marty Krofft stuff like Dr. Shrinker, Electra Woman, Wonderbug, etc. Maybe in this universe that kind of thing didn't die out with the Kroffts and kept going.
For the most part a lot of cartoons simply don't exist or else existed as pilots which simply didn't take off but inspired games around them. So in general it's a world where people probably read more and get outside more when they aren't at tabletops.
That or it's like yugioh only instead of using cheap trading cards to decide things they use tabletop rpgs. More likely the first one but I felt a joke about that lack of logic needed to be made. I mean think about it! A bank robber would stop in the middle of a robbery to fight a little kid and returns what he stole just because he lost!
I have a sneaky suspicion Phoebe and Marceline's game is going to get... out of hand ;)
The next normal page will be uploaded monday!
But stay tuned tomorrow for a special treat!
And so concludes my first foray into their past games and experiences draws to a close.
This is a parody, and is not endorsed by Cartoon Network, or any of the wonderful people who produce the shows which air on it. This is purely for fun.