About WanderingDreamer91

Hello. I am 27 Years Old. Date of Birth: July 5, 1991 (Cancer (Cardinal/Water/Moon)) (Sheep/Goat) Cancer Cancers are considered introverted, emotional, and romantic people that often have a focus on family values. Ethnicity: Caucasian/Asian (Dad's Dad: German/Cherokee) (Dad's Mom: Full Japanese (25)) (Mom's Dad: French) (Mom's Mom: Scotch-Irish) Personality Types Myers-Briggs (IN (Introverted Intuition)) (Idealist (NF)/Rational (NT)) (INFP/INFJ/INTJ/INTP) Idealists (NF) They seek deeper self-knowledge and want to be understood for who they are behind the social roles they are forced to play. Rationals (NT) Many often believe that ethical concepts like good and evil are relative, depending on one's particular point of view. Temperament (Melancholic) (Introverted, Deep, and Analytical) Enneagram (5w4/4w5) Investigators/Thinkers (5) (Superego/Ego) (The Intense, Cerebral Type: Perceptive, Innovative, Secretive, and Isolated) (Genres: Horror, Sci-fi, Sci-fi/Horror, Black Comedies) (Scientists: Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking) (Philosophers: Friedrich Nietzsche) (Film Directors: David Lynch, Stanley Kubrick, Tim Burton) (Authors: Agatha Christie) (Artists: Salvador Dali, Vincent Van Gogh) (Poets: Emily Dickinson) Fives are alert, insightful, and curious. They are able to concentrate and focus on developing complex ideas and skills. Independent, innovative, and inventive, they can also become preoccupied with their thoughts and imaginary constructs. They become detached, yet high-strung and intense. They typically have problems with eccentricity, nihilism, and isolation. Individualists/Romantics (4) (Id/Ego) (The Sensitive, Withdrawn Type: Expressive, Dramatic, Self-Absorbed, and Temperamental) (Genres: Melodrama, Tragic Romance) (Composers: Frederic Chopin) (Authors: Edgar Allen Poe, J.D. Salinger) Fours are self-aware, sensitive, and reserved. They are emotionally honest, creative, and personal, but can also be moody and self-conscious. Withholding themselves from others due to feeling vulnerable and defective, they can also feel disdainful and exempt from ordinary ways of living. They typically have problems with melancholy, self-indulgence, and self-pity. Alignment (Chaotic) (Chaotic Neutral) (Ragna (Blazblue), Laharl (Disgaea), Bismuth (Steven Universe)) The Philosophy of Chaotic Neutral Chaotic neutral is the philosophy that the pursuit of liberty and freedom is a desirable end in and of itself. It is a philosophy of pure equitistic individualism. This philosophy holds that the best way for all beings to pursue a rational self-interest is in a society devoid of social order. By putting the needs of the individual ahead of the needs of the state or social order, each being can advance its own self-interest with a minimum of interference from others. Chaotic neutral can also be associated with ethical equitism, ethical hedonism, and various forms of existentialism. As the philosophical "average" of altruism and egoism, equitism holds that harm to others should be minimized when advancing the self and that harm to the self should be minimized when advancing others. Chaotic neutral philosophers generally maintain that there is metaphysical chaos in the multiverse and thus may support doctrines of indeterminism, casualism, tychism, and/or accidentalism. They may believe that fortune or chance determine all outcomes. They tend to be moral subjectivists, holding that values are expressions of emotions, attitudes, reactions, feelings, thoughts, wishes, and desires, and have no independent objective or external reality or reference in the real world. The ideal government for this alignment is an minimalist state or anarchy supporting a social order in which they are allowed maximum freedom. Whether the social order supports altruistic actions or egoistic actions is of no concern to the followers of this alignment. Chaotic neutral beings want the power of the state to be as weak as possible, or preferably, non-existent. Chaotic neutrals generally support justice systems that allow maximum freedom for individuals to pursue their own personal agendas. Personal Opinion (I'd love for there to be a world of altruistic goodness, but since I have a pretty cynical outlook from a lot of traumatic experiences, I'm not sure if that's possible... I mean, if you do good to bad people, you'd probably get taken advantage of, and I hate the idea of people getting away with their crimes... at worst, sometimes I even wish for the world to just end and be put out of it's misery... ultimately, at times, I just want to get away from everything, and often have a rather karmic/reflective personality, and I don't believe in what often appears to be inherent corruption and incompetence with lawfulness, I'd rather be able to enjoy life, maybe even create my own world if I was a god and perhaps fix the way the world is. :p Hopefully what I'd like would benefit everyone else too, who knows... Honestly, I've been feeling somewhat more empathetic from being on this site though, but otherwise, yeah...) Mana Color (Magic: The Gathering) (Red-Black-Blue-Green-White) (Red/Black, Red/Blue (Ubermensch), Red/Green, Red/White) (Red/Black/Blue (The Unfettered/Solipsism)) Red (Chaos/Emotions) (Be Yourself, The Unfettered) Red cares about "freedom through action". The Unfettered and The McCoy, Red is not intrinsically malicious; mostly it wants to be left alone to do whatever it wants. Since Magic: The Gathering is a game about fighting, though, its violent and fiery side frequently comes to the fore. Red is the color of chaos, passion, and emotion. Black (Individuality/Ambition) (Above Good and Evil, The Anti-Nihilist, Byronic Hero, Dark is Not Evil, Then Let Me Be Evil, The Unfettered, What is Evil?) Black's concerns are best summed up as as "power through opportunity". Black sees itself as the only realist, The Anti-Nihilist in a world full of Silly Idealists, and makes itself The Social Darwinist both to get ahead and simply to keep itself safe. Black is the color of death, ambition, and ruthlessness. Blue (Logic/Reason) (Nurture over Nature) (Above Good and Evil, The Philosopher, The Unfettered) Blue believes in "perfection through knowledge". It believes in the Blank Slate, and employs education and technology to create a world where everyone can keep growing and adapting. However, when the stakes are high, it can be indecisive. Blue is the color of knowledge, illusion, and mental magic. Red/Blue (The Ubermensch) (Rick Sanchez (Rick & Morty), Okabe Rintarou (Steins;Gate), Marisa Kirisame (Touhou)) Blue and Red are both focused on new ideas and revel in change for change's sake. They both have an intense curiosity and a propensity for obsession. Beliefs (Philosophies) (Friedrich Nietzsche (Ubermensch)) (Solipsism) (Anarchic Atheist) (Secular Humanism) (Amorality (Moral Nihilism)) The Ubermensch A person with their own personal outlook and belief that differs from the majority of society. (Come to think of it, this could be another term for a non-conformist. :?) Solipsism The belief that you are the only person that can be sure of to be real in this world as a result of your consciousness, and an individual's personal disconnect to another's life makes it hard to determine if the external is also real or just an illusion. (The Reason of Musubi in Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne appears to uphold the value of making this an actual real thing, by having everyone be a god of their own world, separated from their selves... As people with different opinions and outlooks often cause conflict, it is a belief that people are best off living in their own worlds...) "The more powerful and original a mind, the more it will incline towards the religion of solitude." - Aldous Huxley Anarchic Atheist/Secular Humanism "No Gods. No Masters. Against all Authority." "If you're not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing." - Malcolm X Biblical Contradictions http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/page/bible-contradictions Amorality (Moral Nihilism) The belief that nothing in the world, including murder, for whatever reason, is inherently good or evil. (With all of this said, I believe that because we only live once and with no gods to dictate our lives as mortal beings, that we should enjoy our life to the fullest without harming others, and hopefully in the sense that it could even benefit people possibly... that we should live in the moment, make the best of our lives, but to neither push ourselves too hard either as it could come to an end at any moment... Memento Mori, "Remember that you will die.") Favorite Anime/Manga (Seinen: Berserk, Monster, Oyasumi (Goodnight) Punpun), Elfen Lied, Kaiji, Erased, Gakkou Gurashi) (Manga Only (No Order): 20th Century Boys, Homunculus, Inside Mari, Liar Game) (Slice of Life/Comedy (No Order): Azumanga Daioh, Ichigo Mashimaro, Lucky Star, Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid, Nichijou, Non Non Biyori, Squid Girl, Yotsuba) (Shoujo: Cardcaptor Sakura, Fruits Basket) Brief Summaries Berserk: Berserk is a dark tale about a lone swordsman named Guts in the medieval era, who became adopted and learned the way of the sword. After a while, he joined a group of mercenaries who called themselves the Band of the Hawk. After one too many betrayals however, Guts finds himself in a world overrun by demons through Griffith, the love of his life Casca turned mute through rape and PTSD. Now Guts paves his way through the world to get revenge on the demons and restore his lover back to her former self, with an armor, sword, and hand cannon fit for a dragonslayer. But can he do it when he's branded with a curse, and a dark side that won't let him go? (After a while, Guts finds himself with a new band of heroes that remind him of his old friends that have fallen in battle... now on a island of fairies, Guts and co. wait patiently through a ritual to see if Casca can return to normal. That is the story thus far.) Monster: In 90's Germany, a doctor named Kenzo Tenma with a heart of gold tries his best to save the life of every patient that comes into his hands. However, there are times when he has to pick between the life of patients with a high status and those who don't, regardless of status, all because of his corrupt superiors who believe in money over the lives of people. One day, Tenma disobeys orders to save a mayor to instead the save the life of a young boy. However, this boy turns out to be a sociopath and the titular monster, Johan Liebert. Many years later, the past comes back to haunt him as he is blamed for Johan's crimes, tracked down by the police. Now he has to stop Johan with his own hands, but can he do so with his code of "Thou Shall Not Kill?". (As an Atheist, I kind of have mixed feelings on liking this one and the seemingly black and white nature of the protag and the villain, but there are still a lot of nice things about it, like the beautiful soundtrack of the anime and there still being a few morally gray characters, and the utterly realistic characters by appearance, name, and motivations. It's a pretty good story.) Oyasumi Punpun: Punpun is a story that initially seems like a black comedy but slowly and surely becomes much darker, and eventually utterly nihilistic. It is a dark tale of struggling through society as a sensitive introvert with a dysfunctional family, trying to find what matters most in life... (Even more than the other stuff I like on here, this one can be completely soul crushing and isn't for the faith of heart. :p There are quite a few sexual moments in here that are pretty disturbing, arguably more than Berserk partly because of it's realism and otherwise human characters, as opposed to monsters and demons... Despite that, it's also VERY psychological, and some parts here and there are very relatable to the point of being almost scary. It's really good but also pretty shocking, yet I can't get my mind off of it, I'm almost obsessed with this one.) Elfen Lied: One day, a mysterious and deadly mutant named Lucy escapes from it's prison, slaughtering anyone in it's wake. However, after a while from being injured, it develops a secondary personality, one that seems childish, ditzy, and utterly harmless. However, the true story is that although the mutants known as diclonius are born with a desire to kill humans, it is also in part due to their possibly traumatic childhoods. In her dark and foreboding past, Lucy did make a friend with someone who she deeply loved, named Kouta... but despite that, she still felt betrayed one too many times. Now Lucy has to overcome her inner darkness and find it in her to ask for forgiveness and give up killing once and for all. But can she do it...? (Note: This is a really good manga, but I could do without some of the more childish parts and ecchi fanservice that seems almost out of place. :p Plus, the dialogue is rather light... That being said, it's still really good, the ending of the manga is probably one of the best things I've ever read that pulls on all sorts of emotions I don't experience often except for the best of works... Definitely a classic. :p) (Note: Not sure why I even like CCS, there's just something nice about it. ^^; As for Fruits Basket, well... it's not just a romance novel, it also deals with family a lot, what dysfunctional ones are like and what it means to have a real one, along with friendships. :p As a Shoujo, it might be pretty sappy a lot of the time, but I still liked it. ^^; But maybe that's because I'm a Cancer. :p) Favorite Video Games (JRPGs: Breath of Fire III, Wild Arms, Legend of Mana, Lunar 1-2/Grandia, Mother/EarthBound 1-3, Disgaea/Phantom Brave, Threads of Fate, The Legend of Zelda, Okami, Dark Cloud 1-2) (RPG Maker Horror: Yume Nikki, End Roll, Blank Dream, Oneshot, Ib, OFF, White Sky) (Watched (No Order): A Hat in Time, Celeste, Petscop, Silent Hill 1-3, Steins;Gate/Steins;Gate 0, Witch's Heart) (Pending Games: Jade Cocoon, Klonoa, Rayman, etc.) Brief Summaries Yume Nikki: In a silent world, a lone girl who refuses to leave her home does nothing but sleep and play games all day and night... In her dreams, there are a number of interesting things, from the disturbing to the serene. What does it all mean? That is up for you to decide. (A total classic, this game has gotten an entire plethora of fan games made in it's name. The open world nature and surrealism draw in people a lot, if not the introversion.) End Roll: One day, a boy named Russell finds himself in a hospital/prison for unknown crimes. In a rather bizarre and questionable experiment, he has to take a drug known as "Happy Dream" to experience guilt, ironic as that sounds. As the story progresses, you see why he did what he did, and try to make him reform and feel guilt through various sidequests. (A really good game that's practically a mix of Yume Nikki and Elfen Lied or something. :p If you feel any sympathy towards Russell despite what he did, the true ending will probably make you cry...) Blank Dream: One day, a girl drowns herself in a lake, wishing to never be born... As she awakens in a mysterious and deadly afterlife, she meets two other people who came here with her, another girl her age and an older man. As you traverse this realm, you'll find mirrors that show the truth of the girl you play as well as the other two if you can find them. (A really sad game... this one is pretty good and easy to relate to, and I think you guys might enjoy it, considering what site this is.) OFF: In a corrupted, surreal, and industrial world, one man seeks to purify the land on a sacred mission, and it is your duty to help him. That man is The Batter, the savior who will exorcise the world of the specters. (This game will play on your morality and expectations a lot. :p It's a pretty good game, but not as much of a classic as I remembered, considering the others listed higher. Still worth a shot though.) White Sky: In a world where academic value and conformity is highly valued and individualist and emotions are rejected, one girl who seems to fit in really well silently decides she's had enough at only 10 years old or so, and decides to visit a mysterious house next door despite her dad's warnings to get out of the rut she finds herself stuck in. Inside, she finds a mysterious boy named Toby whose locked up in a straightjacket, forced to watch a static TV in a trance. When you get in his way then touch the TV, you get sucked into what appears to be the past... Here, caught between your world and his, you learn to understand the struggles of non-conformity in a young child and his many emotional phases. (Note: This game is really good but sort of childish as well as really short with no effort, it's basically an interactive novel that's about 1-2 hours long. :p I still enjoy it a lot though, since Toby is an extremely relatable and sympathetic character. Also, if you conform and listen to your dad to go to school every day, the main character Blanca will eventually kill herself. D: It took a few reruns of the game to discover that... That really shocked me, especially since she's a child. :() Petscop: A mysterious set of 13 videos of about 2 hours and a half length, a let's player talks about a creepypasta-esque game involving adopting pets, until it becomes much sinister with a bizarre code in a note that came with the game, which shows a silent and hidden dark side, and eventually turns from a surreal experience to somewhat of a more realistic and sinister take on child abuse. (This game has references to a real life case called Candace Newmaker that involves some seriously tragic and messed up stuff. :( I can't get over this "game" because of that, regardless of how good or not it actually is...) Celeste: One day, a girl named Madeline finds herself climbing a tall mountain for reasons she's not even sure of, and eventually comes to terms with her own anxiety and depression in the form of a dark side. But is the dark side really that bad, or a side she can take in with the good, to become whole and authentic, and find herself still being able to move on in life? (A really cute and beautiful game. :) Despite it's dark premise, it's almost E10+/PG and contains almost no bad scenes besides some scary moments. :p A kid could even play it if they for whatever reason were going through the same problems... that is, if they can beat the game, because it looks fairly hard. :p Personally, I enjoy this kind of stuff anyway quite a lot, like Rayman, so whatever. XD)

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