Nowadays, I watch all my shows online. I use Gogoanime for anime series, Put Locker for movies, KissCartoon for cartoon shows, there are manga websites, and for games I don't play myself, I watch walkthroughs on YouTube.
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The premise looks cool, but I'm not really upset that it never came to be since I was burned out of classic KND by that time. I don't think he was officially a bad guy, I think it was a trick of some kind.
I considered putting Fullmetal characters in The Horrorverse once, but decided not to. However, the Homunculi appear as part of The Thirteen's Under Army, hailing from their Original Worlds rather than as actual natives to the Gameverse.
I don't remember much from the first Fullmetal series because it doesn't really follow the manga like Brotherhood does.
At Firstborn I read the prequels from additude adjustement to last preparation to get the correct status. So to be well informed about who is who and what it is about. When I start again with Seven Lights, which stories should I read to get the right feeling for it?
I mean it like this: I try to get an overview of the state in front of Seven Lights, so to know which characters are which, what is it about, who has what goal, which allies, positions and influence the bad as well as the good side has and how the magic is about. At Firstborn I read through the Gnaa intro team in Dutchmann, the prequels and the one-shots for the characters I didn't know. That's how I got the overview. At Seven Lights I have to read a story about the IC, GF, SA, KB and DR sectors, as well as something about World Government, the Corporate Presidents, Team Gnik and Wendy Marvell. Therefore, I will read through alongside Firstborn, Operation Frost, Sector KB and Sector SA. I would just like to know which stories you would recommend me to read to get an overview of other characters mentioned and the actions of Seven Lights.
Sectors GF and KB don't really appear that much, and some central characters in Seven Lights like Rupert or Emily are only really focused on in Seven Lights itself. (However, the first season of Gravity Falls is canon to the Gameverse, but there's nothing really plot pivotal other than what's covered in Seven Lights itself.)
You also don't need to know much about Sector DR except for their side-plot in NECSUS, since it sets up one of the arcs in Seven Lights. Operation: FAIL sets up Wendy's arc in Lights, and Candied Adventure sets up Augustus, plus it heavily centers on Sheila.
As for the World Government, the World Leaders do have a six-chapter story called Before They Were Kings, showing their backgrounds and goals. The Corporate Presidents each take turns being antagonists throughout Seven Lights, so you'll get to know them as you read, and the same applies to Team Gnik.
Has anyone ever told you how emotional the end of this story was? I literally got tears. I stopped reading GALACSIA due to time constraints and now I want to concentrate on Firstborn. As soon as I'm done, I read through some Nextgen stories and then go to Seven Lights.
Generally any sort of fluent animation style. The action scenes, I imagine resembling One Piece's style.
Of course, with the action stages, I imagine the characters animating to their respective inspirations. Sheila's movements resemble Rayman's, Rupert's resemble Olimar's, Wendy Marvell's resemble Sonic's, Nebula's resembled Ratchet in NECSUS, etc..
There's a great many examples, such as Majora or The Brain's true identities, Wendy Marvell's background, and other things you haven't gotten to, yet. A lot of crossovers in the Gameverse are essentially not connected to their canon selves, so it doesn't matter if you know the original versions or not.
I was thinking, by the way. Since I have two main universes (KND and South Park), I used to want to write a three-part series for each and then let them meet. But now I have come to the conclusion that it would be better to write a big story in which the chapters alternately tell the storylines from the point of view of one character, and that of the different crossover. In your opinion, which option would be better?
It would depend on how much their separate stories interconnect. Like, if South Park is involved in a conflict while the KND are focusing on an unrelated conflict, separate stories might be the answer. But if they have a common goal or they need to work together for something, a big story would work.