I know, I haven't been asked, but I feel some of you might have this question in your head: Why I'm a #VTuber Lore Simp? Why do I unironically look for the relative nothingness that is lore on #VTubers?
Well, beyond my own genuine personal curiosity and interest to check out some cool lore and see it develop canonically within their respective VTubers, I believe in a greater importance for it. As much as I'm not against VTubers sharing many parallells to their IRL actors/actresses, I believe lore development is very important to drive attention to the characters they should portray instead of who they are IRL. A common reason cited as being why people want to become VTubers is the anonymity factor, and that sort of character development acts as a shield to reinforce it, not just for themselves but for the VTuber scene at large!
1. figure out what your core appeal is and don’t get distracted
2. if you set it up, pay it off
3. every scene should do more than one thing. ideally. if you can’t manage that, at least do hit *one* thing per scene
4. (very important) get someone to read your shit before you publish and make sure you didn’t accidentally use some symbol of Serbian nationalism or something
2a. brick jokes are the height of comedy
Mfw Steam's servers have died from the sheer number of #cyberpunk2077 players.
My own toaster just BSOD'd a few minutes ago- hopefully unrelated.
Should be done by the time I've finished supper. Can hardly wait...