It’s… a little late for that, I’m afraid.
…but I guess we could have some tea while we wait for the next tea party.
He’d probably be a little more appealing to ponies, but… honestly, I’d probably miss his moldy, mucky charm.
…at six, bring your own tea cozy.
…is …that Dr. Hoofer’s Supreme Caffeine Tummy Turning Double Heart Explosion Triple-X Dark Roast I smell?
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My random feelings about Super Lesbian Horse RPG after completing it:
- I wasn’t sure if I would be able to get into it until about the first dungeon. Things came together after that.
- Despite Fluttershy and Rainbow Dash being the main characters, Twilight really drives the story and interpersonal dialogue with her royal, slightly-pushy, adorkable personality.
- Plenty of rewards as far as chests and dialogue to those willing to do a little exploring.
- My main criticism of the game is that there was nothing silly to read on the library bookshelves.
- It’s decently long and wraps up nicely in the end.
- Left me wishing for more, which is a good thing.
- Has a surreal, Earthbound vibe thing going on?
- Game is very fair with it’s difficulty. I didn’t have to use many items or revive any ponies, but it still felt like I had to work for it by occasionally retreating from the situation to rest.
- Enemies don’t reappear in dungeons after defeated = pretty great.
- Overall a fun experience.