Final Fantasy IX Animated Series Announced, Production Planned to End Around End of 2021/Early 2022
Square Enix and Cyber Group Studios announced today that a Final Fantasy IX animated series is underway! French production team Cyber Group Studios is co-producing the series with worldwide distribution and handling merchandise. The animated series adaptation is aimed at introducing 8 to 13 year olds into the world of Final Fantasy IX while still catering to old fans alike. According to Cyber Group Studios CEO Pierre Sissman, production for the upcoming series ends around the end of 2021 to early 2022. Fans can expect the FFIX animated series to arrive next year.
In saying that, don’t fuck up. Don’t shy away from the adult themes in the damn game!!!!!! I get wanting to introduce new young folk but, I’m in my mid 30’s. I played FFIX when it first came out and I could handle the content!!!!!
If you know then you know.
I’ve never played Skyrim romance mod and I never want to. I watched someone suffer through it and that was enough.
I love the Kaidan mod as he is interesting, has a good storyline that ties in with the dragonborns, a sexy ass voice, is not a toxic fucktard and he is bisexual so my male Dragonborn can marry him too!!!
If your Kaidan positivity post shits all over Ashley or visa versa it is garbage and I don’t want it in this house we love and respect BOTH Kaidan AND Ash
Kaidan, Ash and my John are team Milky Way and I love both Kaidan and Ash dearly!
They are both unique and individual characters!!
a family consists of: a 200 something year old guy, his tin can boyfriend, his tin can child, a dog he found at a gas station, his late wife’s ghost, and his round robot butler <3
(note: song in the pic is “hiduplah hari ini” by dialog dini hari !)
- fandom is a hobby, not a form of activism
- adult women aren’t inherently creepy for being in fandom and having hobbies apart from raising babies and doing taxes
- the vast majority of people pushing back against the worrying trend of instigating harassment over fictional characters and relationships aren’t incest supporters or pedophiles, actually
- liking a m/f ship doesn’t make someone a dirty heterosexual invading your space
- preferring gay ships doesn’t make you ‘’woke’’ and good
- no one owes you a disclaimer that they are a good person who recognizes that their favorite fictional villain’s actions are evil and that they don’t condone those actions irl
- liking a fictional villain is in no way comparable to advocating abuse/murder/genocide/etc and you’re a fucking idiot if you believe that
- just because a woman is attracted to a fictional villain doesn’t mean she’s promoting toxic relationships or going to end up in a toxic relationship. assuming women can’t tell fiction and reality apart stinks of internalized misogyny
- some rando’s a/b/o fanfics have none of the level of influence that popular tv shows and movies spreading propaganda have
- no one owes you a detailed description of their traumas and mental health problems
- abusive relationships are not the same as enemies to lovers ships
- y’all need to chill the fuck out over people, relationships, actions and events that don’t actually exist and learn how to enjoy and discuss them like normal people
- fandom is a hobby, not a form of activism
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“Are you flirting with me?” Sheaprd meant the words as a light tease, calling back to when Kaidan accused him of the same thing, but instead of getting flustered Kaidan just smiled.
“If you have to ask, I’m clearly out of practice. Maybe sometime we can go out and you can let me practice.” Wow. He hadn’t heard Kaidan speak so bluntly in a long time. A few days after that conversation, Kaidan sent him a private message inviting Shepard to lunch on the Presidium. It was hard not to link the two moments together.
They chatted for a bit but it was obvious Kaidan had something weighing on his mind. Shepard finally asked him about it.
“Back on Mars,” Kaidan began, “my life flashed before my eyes, and there weren’t enough moments like this: with people I cared about. You spend your life building your career and then the world’s ending and it’s too late to… to find someone.” Shepard felt the room get warmer and he subconsciously leaned forward a bit in his chair. “You know I don’t go into these things lightly. Maybe I’m just choosy or patient. Or maybe… what I want is something deeper with someone I already care about.” He took in a shaky breath and met Shepard’s eyes for a moment. There was vulnerability and want in that gaze. “That’s what I want. What do you want?”
“You and me?” Shepard clarified. “Is that what you’re saying?”
“It feels right, doesn’t it?” Kaidan reached for his hand, locking their fingers together. “Something was starting between us… before. After all this time, I can still feel it. I want it to be real.”
“I’ve wanted you for three years,” Shepard admitted. Why did it take him dying and Kaidan nearly dying for them to get to this point? “You and me,” he repeated. “I like that a lot. It does feel right. After all this time…” They were so much closer now, like the charge that coursed through Kaidan was pulling Shepard in.
“And that… makes me so happy. And there are benefits to that happiness.”
“Really?” Shepard raised an eyebrow.
“Really.” Kaidan’s voice dropped low, almost a growl. Wow. So this was Kaidan when he wasn’t holding himself back. Shepard got another surprise when Kaidan leaned in even closer and pressed their lips together in a kiss.
Shepard thought he remembered how it felt to kiss Kaidan, but he was wrong. The shape of the lips was the same but even in this short exchange he could feel less restrain. No more worrying about regulations or fear of losing control. Hell, kissing in a public space alone wasn’t something Kaidan would have done three years ago. Their kiss broke and both were saved the effort of speaking by the arrival of their drinks.
After they ate they walked around the Presidium talking and reminiscing about old times. Their hands stayed linked together the whole time. Shepard reflected that this was the first time he ever felt like he was on a real date. He had a few crushes growing up but nothing meaningful, and the moment he entered the military he gave little time for anything else. Kaidan was the first person he pursued in any meaningful way. Even back then Shepard sensed the two of them were similar in a lot of ways, and the rare times Kaidan let down his guard showed Shepard he was right.
Kaidan left his side temporarily to browse the various shops. Shepard looked out over the water and watched the skycars zoom by. Kaidan had called this lunch a “sanity check”, something they both desperately needed even without the bonus of making what they were to each other more solid. Kaidan knew how much Shepard needed this without the commander saying a word. No one else would have seen it.
His thoughts were interrupted by a tap on his shoulder. He turned and saw Kaidan holding a long box. Shepard looked closer and saw it was a model of the Normandy SR-1.
“I had a feeling you haven’t gotten any better at putting these together yourself,” Kaidan explained.
“Is this supposed to be one of the ‘benefits to happiness’ you mentioned?”
“Worked before, didn’t it?” Kaidan smirked.
Shepard let out a laugh and leaned in to kiss him. “Whatever you say, Kaidan.”