"Not Even Trying"
Zack: This is professional art from a book that was printed and sold for actual money.
Steve: Below a certain quality level it seems like maybe just don't put a picture there and that would be better. Or just a box with the text, "Sorry, we paid a guy to do a picture but it was real bad so just imagine an incredible space event."
Zack: He didn't even shade space in properly. It's aggressive laziness. It's wanton.
Steve: It's even sadder if you think that maybe this is the best picture this dude has ever drawn. Like maybe he told them he was an artist and they believed him and gave him some money and after weeks of slaving away he comes back with this.
Zack: And so they decided it was better to piss off everyone who bought the book just so they don't hurt the feelings of one terrible, miserable, violently bad artist.
Steve: Yeah, or maybe his mom wrote the book.
Zack: That seems possible also.
When I try to clear the ball, run into me at a thousand miles per hour, sending me flying halfway across the map. If the ball is coming down in front of the opposing goal and I'm in position to tap it in, run into me at a thousand miles per hour. Never stop slamming into me at a thousand miles per hour, unless you can slam into me even faster.
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Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.