Dry Bones Walk Again
Well... What should be changed in Mario lore.
Peach really needs actual security at this point. Its getting ridiculous how she lets things just happen with little to no sign of resistance. At bare minimum give her own army to fight against Bowser's cause there ain't NO WAY her whole military is two Italian plumbers that jump really high. Speaking of Bowser, he really should just be an ally at this point. He obviously likes Peach and clearly doesn't hate Mario enough to not team up with him. There needs to be a threat that actually has a purpose besides "Ruling the Mushroom Kingdom" because let's be honest here people, it doesn't exactly take much to conquer it.
That sounds like a terrible idea.they should make daisy a butch lesbian
you're additionally coming out as a massive bigot in doing so. Not one trait inherently guarantees a good character, that's true, but "representation for representation's sake" is really not a deterrent in characters that are already known to be very superficially characterised, like Mario's.Plus I despise the concept of "representation for representation's sake" thats not going to guarantee a good character. If you are just trying to add something for the sake of marking off a checklist rather then creating an actual character you come up with that stupid thing Acti-Blizzard has.
there are way better approaches to disagreeing with someone's idea in this particular instanceYes that is totally what I said.
Oh wait no it wasn't.
i know some people might think that's pedantry but this distinction needs to be made because it helps people understand the asexual spectrum, and aces are really misunderstood people.You know, technically, sexuality isn't actually a thing in the Mario series because babies come from storks. What we're talking about here is romanticism, not sexuality.
(I jest, I know that sexuality and romanticism is conjoined in media for the sake of simplicity, but I felt like I need to point that out)
It's not but certainly it's worth trying is it not? Now, I'm not saying they should introduce black characters out of thin air for the new Mario character, like no black Luigi, but Mario constantly gets opportunities for new humans to introduce and whatnot. Why aren't they introducing characters of color? Why can't Camelot introduce more than one person of color? Why aren't there any particular character of color even in the Odyssey concept book besides planned generic NPCs? Why aren't there married couples who have the same gender?I don't think that's Mcmadness's argument, but rather that representation isn't really Mario's forte to begin with, especially apparent when I lampooned the cookie-cutter Toad designs in my first posts that they outright erased Toads needing a unique body shape outside of the standard Toad design.
I think one of the reasons is that Mario first of all doesn't really get more humans to begin with, taking place mostly in a fantastical setting with mushrooms, turtles, and little chestnut guys and only sporadically do we get more human characters. The last introduced major human we got was Rosalina back in 2007, and she's pretty much a Peach variant all things considered; the golf characters have been practically scrubbed from the series. Super Mario Odyssey's people of color in the New Donk Kingdom aren't really good either, they literally just made a darker skinned color alternative of white humans. Second, the game is Japanese developed and published, and as far as I'm aware of, they're less conscious about representation than we are here (Nintendo does at least attempt to bring in more of that in at least Animal Crossing and Pokemon with your player avatars but otherwise, most of their titles aren't amazing bastions of diversity in terms of NPCs either). You're talking about the same company that failed to properly implement gay marriage in Tomodachi Life after all.It's not but certainly it's worth trying is it not? Now, I'm not saying they should introduce black characters out of thin air for the new Mario character, like no black Luigi, but Mario constantly gets opportunities for new humans to introduce and whatnot. Why aren't they introducing characters of color? Why can't Camelot introduce more than one person of color? Why aren't there any particular character of color even in the Odyssey concept book besides planned generic NPCs? Why aren't there married couples who have the same gender?
It's not that fucked up when you consider that those "turts" are sentient army troops who deliberately chose to work for an evil king.frankly it is fucked up how mario exhibits experience by crushing turts all day. perchance