May 12, 2019
This hatred will not end until literally everybody on the planet is a tranny.
And even that might not be enough.
In the Age of the Clown anything is possible. In fact, most things that would be too extreme to make its way into fiction is actually the truth during the Age of the Clown. A perfect example of that is an artist who was recently kicked off of the Super Monkey Ball spiritual successor project called Rolled Out!. The reason the 3D artist was kicked off the project was because they misgendered a non-binary rat.
It all started on May 9th, 2019 with a tweet from artist RafaKnight.
Such hatred… Such intolerance…
Still, you can’t say she – yes, it’s a woman – didn’t deserve it:
It was even kinda Ironic, because once I learned about the Nonbinary detail, I actually tried to suggest for it to be visually represented on the game or characters, instead of just being told to the player.
But according to the lead, I already had gone "too far" with my mistake
— RafaKnight (@Rafaknight_rk) May 10, 2019
She wanted to make the mentally ill rat actually look more mentally ill, instead of just calling it mentally ill.
For those of you who don’t know what non-binary means – don’t bother trying to find out, it’s just some kike gibberish, doesn’t really matter at all.
RafaKnight apparently had contact with the developers of Rolled Out! following their departure from the team, specifically talking with the head of the project Brandon Johnson.
Brandon apparently was going to issue an apology to RafaKnight for kicking the artist off of the team following the misgendering incident, but deleted it shortly after posting it up.
In the cutthroat world of imaginary video game animals with imaginary genders, you can’t afford to show weakness.
The guy then wrote a pastebin about the horrendous incident, and one part stuck out to me:
“We found that she had created and displays on her page, questionable and sexually provocative artworks of characters who are canonically minor (aged up in the pictures), which further increased general discomfort of our development team. At this point, absolutely no money or work had exchanged hands. RafaKnight had not given us any files. We were still testing the waters, to see if she was right for our team. She had been in our server for about 3 days at this point.
”After careful consideration, we decided that we did not want our game to be associated with the artworks she had previously created, and that we would not be requiring her artistic services. I offered to compensate her for her time spent on the project, as I did not want her to feel as though she had wasted her time.”
This is the “questionable” artwork this faggot is talking about:
This is Medli now, feel old yet?
Also, ignore that third image, it's a twitter glitch.
— RafaKnight (@Rafaknight_rk) January 8, 2019
This seems like a really lame excuse, considering this freak most likely supports child trannies and child crossdressers.
I’m sure if you asked him what he thought of this…
…the words coming out of his mouth would be “beautiful” and “stunning” and “brave,” not necessarily in that order.
He then said he’s taking a break from Twitter, to avoid people saying mean things to him:
going to be taking a reasonably long look-away from twitter. i'll continue streaming game development many times a week, and posting updates to our indiegogo page. despite this nonsense, i still just want to make a videogame
— Brandon (@BitesSMB) May 10, 2019
I point this out to show you how mentally weak these people are, and how easy and fun everything’s gonna be when The Day of the Meat Grinder finally comes.
Rolled Out! is currently being funded on IndieGoGo. The game is supposed to be a spiritual successor to Sega’s Super Monkey Ball. All of the playable animal characters are supposed to be non-binary or trans.
Yes, that’s fully 100% accurate.
It’s also why I’m 99% sure this game’ll flop, and why I don’t really play any new games these days.
Even if you don’t mind the propaganda – almost all of them just suck.
Old games and Nip games are my entertainment of choice while I wait for the Great Cleansing.