I may just have life explosions be unable to handle more than one thing at a time so things fall by the wayside. It's time to pick this one back up! The first way we're going to do that is by starting with we are changing the way we all cut. There isn't going to be a strict order in how we all cut people anymore. Instead, this will simply be done in rounds. Each round will be a week in which each of the rankers may cut someone at any time they so choose. If we get through every ranker, then next round awesome. If we don't, that's fine too. With all of us suddenly randomly having lives and actually wanting to do this some sort of justice as well as finish it, it removes the pressure of more distinct deadlines and just gives it a momentum still. There may be 7 cuts a round, there may just be 2. Depends on the week. If Snakes or Ceph want to finish out this particular round, they're welcome to OR we can just consider tomorrow a brand new round. So without further ado, let's get back to this shit.
269. Weeping Angel (Aronis) - Doctor WhoWtf. How on earth am I supposed to talk to people that have no interest in talking to me. I have half a mind to just ignore them for a day.
There's not a whole lot I can really say about Angel tbh. In a lot of ways he was a victim of circumstance. It took him a while to warm up to people, and he just wasn't given the time to do so really before he was gone. Aronis was still new and getting into the groove of how to talk with people in games. He was still a little too open at times and then not at all at other times. Very game related chats but often not a whole lot else to bring people back for more. Angel was honestly sweet and easy to deal with due to that in fact, but it didn't give too many people much to work with and she didn't have too many close friends. This all came to a head when Sontar went to TC. Stormy genuinely liked Angel and was the only person on that tribe to do so. Amy and Clara had an alliance of sorts with him but if need be he could be cut loose easily enough with no fight whatsoever especially if it meant keeping Neffie in. Dorium didn't like Angel at all. Jack was more indifferent than anything. But then when Amy said to Angel that she was thinking of voting Jack out, and then Angel told this to Jack everything exploded in Angel's face. Jack did not take this kindly at all. And very publicly called Angel out for all of this. Angel was lucky that people felt more sympathetic towards him or instead of Jack, he could have gone home right then. The tribe was very uncomfortable for Angel so the swap was a welcome change, and having Stormy who he genuinely likes and likes him, and Neffie who he likes but isn't fairly active made the new tribe a much better place. Oh but then Neffie gets voted out and Amy and Clara don't like that. And who over on Earth can they afford to swap out of the game? Oh that's right, Angel. They can afford to lose Angel, and no one is likely to throw a fit about that. They weren't completely right on that. It was a move that ultimately cost them the game, and there were some people who were upset to lose Angel but there wasn't anything that could be done about that, but Neffie was taken back out at the very least for Angel. There's not a whole lot to Angel himself but he was a key piece in some of the most important things that happened in that game.