Persona 4 Nanako Homework

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After the Investigation Team manages to save three victims in a row, King Moron is found dead, arranged in the same manner as the first two victims, and Kubo appears on the Midnight Channel, taunting the viewers to catch him if they can.

Now the biggest suspect in the case, the Team rushes into the TV after him, tracking him to a dungeon inspired by an old-school 8-bit RPG.

There, they find him facing down his Shadow, which claims that he's "nothing."After his Shadow is defeated, the Team drags him back to the real world, where he claims responsibility for the murders and relishes in the attention his actions gained him.

Maybe I'll remake that skin eventually, but odds are against.

Not enough time in the day, not enough interest in Mine Craft, and too many plates spinning on too many sticks.

This one was kind of difficult, considering what I usually do.Condensing characters with lots of design features into a 64x64 pixel sheet is easy, but when the design is as subtle as "guy in a suit", you really don't have much to work with.It's a problem I've encountered before, when I tried making Slayer from Guilty Gear.After kidnapping Yukiko, Kanji, Rise, Naoto and Nanako, he becomes the Team's chief suspect.He is confronted and defeated inside a manifestation of Heaven created as a twisted fusion of his own messianic complex and Nanako's innocence."Why choose reality when you can have a world of your own making? It's only because they think they have to accept it that they choose to buck up and deal. And no one truly wants to live in a world like that.If the Protagonist/Yu convinces his teammates that something still seems off about the case, the game will move the player closer to the Normal and True Endings.Should he be spared, Namatame, still recovering from his experiences, will aid the Investigation Team by offering his perspective on the game's events thus far: after witnessing the deaths of Mayumi and Saki, Namatame concluded that anyone who appeared on the Midnight Channel would be murdered in the real world, and made it his life's mission to "save" them by hiding them inside the television.There's a link on my page, but if you're lazy or confused, I'll put it here, too. He fails, as with everyone who does so, and spends the next several months as a recurring background character, loudly complaining about the latest happenings to anyone who will listen.

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