she-toadmask
she-toadmask
a very long title because i don't know what to put
Lexi! She/her, cisn't, most of my posts will probably be random shit and Minecraft. I have more personal shit that isn't quite venting in #untagged so block if you don't want to see that. I AM AN ADULT WHITE AND GOY IF I AM SHITTY TELL ME ABOUT IT.
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she-toadmask · 8 hours ago
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woah we’re halfway there
WOAH OH
SHIBA OVER THERE
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she-toadmask · 9 hours ago
me watching you go absolutely off the shits for 3rd life smp: are ya winnin' son?
i am winning!!! we wendy’s i am winning so hard
since you all are so supportive I will use this ask to ramble
(hbomberguy voice) 3rd life is the perfect concept to make an absolute banger minecraft series, and here’s why
1.) The life rules. We get the perfect combination of what makes Ya Dead, Ya Dead, life rules great, and Dream SMP life rules great. we have the: no excuses, no accidents so you get to respawn, no glitches, if you fuck up and die in this series you loose a life, no take backs. but it’s not true hardcore like YDYD, so everyone gets a chance to play with the lives they have and use strategies depending on what they’re on. the 3 lives works really well, and it follows Dream SMP plot rules, just instead none of the deaths are scripted. it’s the perfect number that makes the series not incredibly short, but just... perfectly paced. And it also leads to a lot of fandom debate about who can kill on their last life, what happens when to alliances as more people die, etc... yes
2. The world border. OH the world border. Limited resources galore. No stronghold, one village, (presumably) one nether fortress, limited biomes, we LOVE it. It’s week 3 and looking at territory maps there’s no way people aren’t gonna start overlapping others territory, hell, week one there were 3 different groups claiming the village, it’s only gonna get worse as resources are drained and monopolies are attempted.
3. Proximity chat. Fucking genius, and works perfect with the world border. It makes role playing that much more accessible, because characters have to physically be next to each other to be speaking, and use minecraft body language to interact. Not to mention it means you’re never alone, eavesdropping is a breeze with crouching. And the DEATHS. As tango pointed out after scar’s first death, “The funny thing is with proximity chat, he’s just GONE.” It makes death that much more meaningful because you’re forcibly ripped away from people when the game registers you’re dead. Watching Grian and Scar’s POV for Scar’s second death, as the screams they both let out as scar falls get cut off on each other’s ends? Cinematic MASTERPIECE.
4. The player roster. God, it’s just really accessible? Seriously if you wanna get into it just look up the cast and pick a name you’ve heard of before who sounds interesting and watch their first episode. You’ve got hermits, EVO, X-LIFE, a Yogscast member, MCC players, there’s SOMEONE for everyone. Everyone’s POV has something different to offer, especially because you miss stuff between them, but you don’t feel pressured to watch every single person, because it’s interesting to be surprised at what people are up to.
anyways hi please watch 3rd life this hyperfixation has me by the throat
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she-toadmask · 9 hours ago
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she-toadmask · 11 hours ago
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i think green is the best color. like it’s not my favorite, but it’s the best out of all of them. if you disagree i’m going to kill you so hard and so fast
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she-toadmask · 12 hours ago
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hey bi people
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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A Slightly Less Depressing Evil Xisuma Theory
Because as angsty and widely accepted as the idea of a "ban void" is, I've actually always held a slightly different idea.
Okay. So, the general consensus in the Hermitcraft fandom seems to be that getting banned lands you in a kind of limbo space unique to every world. However, I've never really thought of it that way? The nature of banning is to expel you from that one world, de-linking you from it entirely. If you have another world to go to, you can, but if you don't, it just doesn't seem like a natural conclusion to me that you would end up in a limbo specific to the world you were just ejected from, when you aren't even linked to that world anymore.
Instead, what about a common destination for all banned people? I've always visualized a more universal ban space, an area separate from all worlds that everyone defaults to when they are kicked out. If a "world hub" is a kind of marketplace/train station hybrid, a meeting ground and a gateway to all worlds, then a "ban hub" would be similar, but more hostile. The only way to leave is to enter another world, but if you don't have one to go to, you can stay and try to make your way in the chaos that happens when a bunch of ban-worthy people are packed into the same space. Most of the banned brush themselves off and beg or bargain their way into a new world, or create their own to sulk in, but some...some can't bring themselves to move on. Evil Xisuma included. Whether out of misplaced hope or a need for revenge, a certain set of people stay in that in-between space, carving out a space for themselves by force.
Edgy, right? Until you actually consider who most of these people would be. Think about it. What people who are most commonly banned from worlds, would also be the most likely to spend a long time dwelling on it instead of moving on?
Realistically? A bunch of kids! Nine year olds who just discovered how to use a flint and steel and torched builds until their equally young admins got fed up with it, twelve year olds who think a non-stop stream of cursing in the chat makes them adults, teens who griefed their younger siblings' worlds out of boredom...yes, there are some pretty brutal and powerful people around the ban hub, but the majority of the population is just. Problem children. Too immature yet to accept their consequences and form their own future, or innocent enough to hope that their old world will take them back.
So. That would mean that Evil Xisuma is currently attempting to navigate an intense and mayhem filled landscape composed of petty conflicts between thousands and thousands of kids (with the occasional Actual Threat to keep him on his toes). Whether he's attempting to become their king, getting absolutely steamrolled by them in PvP, begrudgingly adopting them and protecting them from the few other powerful players... whatever version you want to imagine. Just think about it. Evil Xisuma in a banscape filled with those little Minecraft menaces you remember from childhood...so many possibilities for happiness and angst and hilarity....
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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y’all when a teenage character acts like a teenager (read: selfish, immature, emotional): omg what gross problematic trash they need to be CALLED OUT for this GRIEVOUS behavior
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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i think the problem i'm coming up against a lot here with other white people is that we tend to think of racism as a fixed point - u either are or are not racist. but it's so much more complex than that! firstly, we exist in racist societies with varying degrees of white supremacy depending on where u live and what culture u were raised in. then there's personal identity; for the most part, white people don't want to identify as racist. and while this is all going on, we participate - willfully or not - racist systems of governance and culture that produce ideas, tropes, caricatures, and narratives that crop up in media. so when someone says 'hey, that thing u just wrote is racist', white people interpret that as 'hey, u are racist', which. really isn't the point. what matters here is recognising where u exist on this spectrum of racist behaviour and whether or not ur working towards undoing the lessons u've been taught
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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Volunteering at a soup kitchen is one of the least productive things you can do to change the world. Art can inspire people and motivate them. Food is important, yes, but you aren’t changing that person’s life. 
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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Bizarre how “sex positivity has been stripped of its original context, misused in the broader culture, and recuperated into the capitalist project” turned into “sex positivity is rape culture itself” like?? Access to contraception and abortion, sex education, frameworks for meaningful consent, sex workers rights, challenging shame based views of sexuality, all rape culture? Do people realise this is the very definition of reactionary politics lol and like, this isn’t a problem of terminology either because sex negativity came from radical feminism and relies on all their foundational theory of sex: that heterosexual sex is rape, sex between LGBT people is replicating heterosexual power imbalances, sex is how men maintain and enact patriarchal violence against women, and sex is something men want and women tolerate, to name just a few.
I know I say it all the time but this is black pill feminism, and one that requires sex negative feminists to assume that their experiences of sex are universal to all women, eg “women can’t enjoy anal sex because they don’t have a prostate”, a real thing radfems have said to me earnestly. Notice how they exclude trans women from the category of women here too, because radical feminist sex negativity is inseparable from gender essentialism and transmisogyny
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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writing is so fun
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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Thought: I do NOT think that 50% of the world’s billionaires should be women. I think there shouldn’t be any billionaires at all.
So you are saying 0% of the world should be billionaires?
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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Third Life is an absolute delight to watch and I am loving the utter clusterfuck Grian and Scar are somehow building up.
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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I think qpr's are cool and I think neopronouns are cool and I think it's real cool when people express their attraction or their gender in a way other people don't like. y'all never stop.
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she-toadmask · 13 hours ago
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This physically hurts me
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You can definitely see that his vizor is half-transparent
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and I know that he just simply didn't bother to fix eight pixels but goddammit
So anyway I did bother so yeah I fixed it WHY? because I can and uhhh
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It looks even worse what
So uhh new headcanon dropped? X's eyes are fucked
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she-toadmask · 19 hours ago
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/ (Xisuma episode 1000 spoilers)
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It was blink and you'll miss it but we DID get a couple bites of Evil X lore:
1. Xisuma calls Evil X coming back to the season 4 server from his banishment "emerging from his kingdom of darkness"-- that spooky place in the beginning of episode 666 is his "kingdom of darkness"! He's got a whole-ass evil kingdom! Good for him! Good for him. (Unless Xisuma was just being flowery with his language by calling it a "kingdom of darkness", but I'd like to believe he wasn't.)
2. Xisuma says Evil X not having appeared since his ban is him "hav[ing] since remained in the darkness to this day"-- which you could interpret as saying Evil X is currently in... his kingdom of darkness! Not the Void, the popular fan theory!
Also, introducing him as "the fan favorite Evil Xisuma"-- HE KNOWS HOW MUCH WE LOVE EVIL X, I have a good feeling about Evil X coming back in s8!!! I know I said that about ep 1000 BUT I REALLY DO
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she-toadmask · 19 hours ago
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Gay USA (1978) dir. Arthur J. Bressan Jr.
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she-toadmask · 19 hours ago
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0.979 Creepers
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3.944 cubits.
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she-toadmask · 20 hours ago
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I love this so much I have to say it in the body of my reblog instead of in the text
Also anyone who sees this reblog please read Shade's tags they wrote on the original post his ideas are so cool and fun and cute just
Yes
A Slightly Less Depressing Evil Xisuma Theory
Because as angsty and widely accepted as the idea of a "ban void" is, I've actually always held a slightly different idea.
Okay. So, the general consensus in the Hermitcraft fandom seems to be that getting banned lands you in a kind of limbo space unique to every world. However, I've never really thought of it that way? The nature of banning is to expel you from that one world, de-linking you from it entirely. If you have another world to go to, you can, but if you don't, it just doesn't seem like a natural conclusion to me that you would end up in a limbo specific to the world you were just ejected from, when you aren't even linked to that world anymore.
Instead, what about a common destination for all banned people? I've always visualized a more universal ban space, an area separate from all worlds that everyone defaults to when they are kicked out. If a "world hub" is a kind of marketplace/train station hybrid, a meeting ground and a gateway to all worlds, then a "ban hub" would be similar, but more hostile. The only way to leave is to enter another world, but if you don't have one to go to, you can stay and try to make your way in the chaos that happens when a bunch of ban-worthy people are packed into the same space. Most of the banned brush themselves off and beg or bargain their way into a new world, or create their own to sulk in, but some...some can't bring themselves to move on. Evil Xisuma included. Whether out of misplaced hope or a need for revenge, a certain set of people stay in that in-between space, carving out a space for themselves by force.
Edgy, right? Until you actually consider who most of these people would be. Think about it. What people who are most commonly banned from worlds, would also be the most likely to spend a long time dwelling on it instead of moving on?
Realistically? A bunch of kids! Nine year olds who just discovered how to use a flint and steel and torched builds until their equally young admins got fed up with it, twelve year olds who think a non-stop stream of cursing in the chat makes them adults, teens who griefed their younger siblings' worlds out of boredom...yes, there are some pretty brutal and powerful people around the ban hub, but the majority of the population is just. Problem children. Too immature yet to accept their consequences and form their own future, or innocent enough to hope that their old world will take them back.
So. That would mean that Evil Xisuma is currently attempting to navigate an intense and mayhem filled landscape composed of petty conflicts between thousands and thousands of kids (with the occasional Actual Threat to keep him on his toes). Whether he's attempting to become their king, getting absolutely steamrolled by them in PvP, begrudgingly adopting them and protecting them from the few other powerful players... whatever version you want to imagine. Just think about it. Evil Xisuma in a banscape filled with those little Minecraft menaces you remember from childhood...so many possibilities for happiness and angst and hilarity....
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