[Photoset: fanart of Marie, Chie Satonaka, Naoto Shirogane, and Labrys’s Shadow from Persona 4. Marie, chin on hand, is smirking while holding on to the strap of a messenger bag, Chie is saluting and grinning playfully, Naoto is looking up with a small frown and pulling at the brim of the detective cap, and Shadow Labrys is winking while covering up a smile.]
[Image: official art of Marie, Margaret, and the protagonist from Persona 4. Marie looks mortified as she snags her poems away from the puzzled hero, while Margaret smirks in the background and surreptitiously hides one of the poems in the Compendium.]
Well this took a while. It’s the Persona 3 protagonists dressed as Yu Narukami and Marie from Persona 4. There are some things I’d mayyybe like to change, but it’s heavily dependent on whether or not I can be bothered.
Either way, I like it, and hopefully other people will do too.
I like Aigis but the way her name is spelled kills me.
Really? It’s just like in Greek, αἰγίς. I suppose English speakers are used to the Latin form, aegis, but man, when I think that in my language (Spanish) the word is égida… Please, give me Greek. Spanish word is horrible.
I wouldn’t have cared if they had spelled it Aegis, but I don’t have the feeling it’s misspelled like a native speaker has. Anyway, I suppose they chose that form because that way is easier to shorten it as Ai-chan.
Huh, I guess it does make more sense that way. I think Labrys being spelled how as an English speaker I expect it to be but Aigis isn’t is what’s throwing me off.
[Photoset: fanart of various Pokémon expressing their love for each other. Each couple represents a line in the following speech:
"I don’t care about which region you came from (Cyndaquil and Oshawott). It doesn’t matter if you’re evolved (Eevee and Umbreon), or if our gender ratio is 100% male (Nidorino and Tauros)… or female (Chansey and Nidorina), or if we have no gender at all (Mewtwo and Shaymin). Our types don’t matter (Dewott and Ninetales). I don’t care if you’re not popular (Milotic and Rattata). You are unique to me (two Zubats), and I love you, even if our egg groups aren’t the same (Charizard and Gardevoir).”]
[Photoset: fanart of various Pokémon as Animal Crossing villagers. Along with two examples of a human character with ponytails, a bag, and a hat (much like a Pokémon trainer) are 33 different Pokémon standing with differing personalities and dressed similarly to the villagers of the Animal Crossing series.]