Sorry I wasn't around last week. If you've read my last post, you know why. If you haven't, then I'll give you the short answer: I'm seeing a psychologist weekly to work out some personal issues and working to make money since I'm nearly depleted. I have to save enough for tax season next April.
So why the time gap if that's all it was? Still trying to fix myself, mostly. I'm not gonna be all deep and say that thanks to my broken head I don't know who I am or what I'm here for. That's teenage emo talk. I'm Twilight Faze and I'm here to tell stories using video games as my medium. That should be pretty obvious! The time gap, as I mentioned before, was to keep my focus. I'm seeing the doctor weekly and we've established what I already feared, but we haven't really started the real sessions yet. Had to pay for some more car repairs too. I swear...so many fixes these past two months. It's killing me. Thank god I'm used to this.
I've been thinking over ideas on what to do for Pangaea too and this one is literally a game-changer. I've been toying around the idea of making Zero into either a male or female. Not only that, but customizable! I would have to change some key story factors in the story script as I write, but it's nothing major. If I decide to do this, the only real noticeable change for a female Zero would be Reina would also get a sex-change. This will raise contention with the LGBT crowd, no doubt, but just trust me on this. I'm pro-LGBT, so naturally I have plans. Moving on. I haven't locked the idea of customizing Zero, so we'll see if people even want that. I may just scrap that idea and keep Zero male and only keep customizing costumes a thing instead. I'm still working on the battle mechanics for version 0.4, just on paper this time. Still lost my drive and trying to get it back. In the meantime, I'm still fiddling with ideas.
I haven't given up on Pangaea, folks. Just trying to get my groove back, that's all. It may take a while, not gonna lie. That's why the hiatus. Thank you for everyone who still believes in me.
The author and creator of "The Legend of Pangaea"