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Journal of No. 118


May 24th, 2009

In a gaming frame of mind @ 02:37 pm

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My consciousness flipped from Meat Puppets to meatlings to The Bilestoad.

Video of the graphically violent gameplay
 
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From:stevenkaye
Date:May 25th, 2009 06:09 am (UTC)
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Good Lord, I had no idea there was an actual backstory to it!

(from Wikipedia, which would never lie to me):

The name is derived from the German words Beil (axe) and Tod (death). The odd spelling reflects Goodman's idea of a future language similar to A Clockwork Orange's Nadsat in which English has been modified by the borrowing of foreign words [1]. Although the game may seem medieval, the backstory in the manual explains that the axe fighting is actually a future virtual reality game designed to reduce real violence.
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From:essentialsaltes
Date:May 25th, 2009 08:00 am (UTC)
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The Clockwork Orange connection may also explain the terrible things done to lovely Ludwig van.

Journal of No. 118