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HRBM

aka Ren, if you so wish.

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  • I live in ........ ohh. In Carnival Rhythm, most likely...
  • I was born on February 2
  • My occupation is an Illustrator, a Designer, and a Wannabe Writer
  • I am a gender that is a mystery, in which I myself would like to know.
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  • From now, thou shall be called, Mac-n-Cheese-Le Fishy With Parsley Too Much.

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  • Hey! How have you been? I've been learning japanese and have been well! Hope to chat with you soon!

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    • TRUE DAT

      AND WTH, DOES JUSTIM AND VICERS HAVE A THING FOR EACH OTHER!?
      BECAUSE I SHIP THAT

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    • SO MANY QUESTIONS. ALSO WHO IS THE NEW ANGEL CUTIE??

      I AM THIRSTY FOR MORE BUT DSP PLS ELABORATE ON MORE OF YOUR CHARACTERS YOU ALREADY HAVE OR AT LEAST MAKE OFFICIAL PORTRAITS OF THE CHARACTERS YOU INTRODUCED. 

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  • Hello, Ren! Just a quick question.
    Brantsteele.net doesn't have an "other" option to a person's gender and according to the site, selecting a gender is required. Between male and female (which are the only two options), which do you prefer? I'm not a fan of assuming so that's why I'm asking you. I'm really sorry if this bothers you in any way... :/

    (Currently, it's set to Male just for me to post a preview in my blog.)

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  • I have been pondering this question for months, and have come up with a number of pronunciations:

    1. herm-bum

    2. hrum-bum

    3. herm-bim

    4. hrum-bim

    5. herb-mmm

    6. hrr-beam

    7. har-bam

    8. h-r-b-m

    9. herbrum

    10. HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE RIB BUM

    Please respond ASAP as to the proper pronunciation.

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  • You and Bystander are generally the most informative on DSP, so I got a question.

    A couple of minutes ago I looked over the character pages of TGG characters and wondered... "wait, where the hell did it mention the relation of the angels and demons who died during the Great War and the Gray Villagers?"

    TGGRemakeSample7

    As far as I know... there is no mention of this in game. The only mentions of the existences of the deceased angels and demons was in this drawing in the game. No mention whatsoever of their relations.

    To my understanding there haven't been any comics or interviews concerning this, and the only source I've been able to find that supports this is... well, Lee. And his infodump is full to hell with a lot of headcanons that look real. 

    So, is there any actual facts that support what Lee's put in his infodump?

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    • HRBM wrote:
      Oh well, looks like my memory has officially failed me yet again.

      Refi, thank you so much for looking through.
      I really do wonder how I forget so easily...

      Nah, it's not your fault. Chances are you were using an outdated version (vgperson mentioned in her translation post of TGG that the graveyard was updated) 

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    • HRBM wrote:
      BUT LET ME SAY THAT HAVE YOU NOTICED HOW LOST'S GRAVE HAS A FLAT EDGE, WHILE CIEL'S IS ROUNDED?

      Could this be how to determine whether the grave belongs to an angel or a demon?
      Ohhhh, so many discoveries~

      Holy HRBM you are like a wizard wft. Rigatona, Sherbet & Ciel have round grave. Meanwhile Yosaflame, Cranber and lost are flat graves...

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  • Surface: (All places are acording to the sea gate.)

    Lonely isle = West

    Rocky mount, Hydrangea isle and possibly Rainbow isle and apple isle. = East

    Windmill = isle south


    Undersea:

    DeepSeaTown = south (below sea gate)

    SeaGodCastle and OldSea = south

    Coral sea  = West

    Sea of stars = East


    Sea of memory: In our heartz

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    • Thank you, Refi.

      With how WatGBS' roads are located, it's rather hard to know just where things are.
      It's really a big help to me with all of you going out of your way for this.

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  • I am alive and down to chat with you if you want!

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  • Hey there.

    I was wondering if the IP block on you has been resolved yet. This is because Fandom made a technical update two days ago, and one of the bug fixes in it involved an IP block issue. So I thought, "Hey, maybe this clears out HRBM's block," but is that the case, hm?

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    • Yup!
      The block's been resolved--I forgot to inform you; I'm sorry for that.

      Well, now I can go back to reviewing edits and maybe actually get some editing of my own done.

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    • Someone should code a timer for HRBM.

      "How Long HRBM has Gone Without Being IP Banned by Wikia"

      Forty minutes so far, I think!

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    • Yup!
      The block's been resolved--I forgot to inform you; I'm sorry for that.

      Hey, at least you're not banned anymore! No need to be sorry about that. ^^

      Someone should code a timer for HRBM.

      "How Long HRBM has Gone Without Being IP Banned by Wikia"

      Aw, hell no!
      That will require a lot of Javascript :o

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    • Days of Not Being Blocked: 1

      I'll keep score on my User profile.

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  • May I ask what did I actually did wrong because i read the manual of styles, they didn't say anything about apostrophe?

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    • It's more common knowledge rather than it being present in the Manual of Styles or not.

      Add an apostrophe + s ('s) to common nouns ending in s, but only a stand-alone apostrophe to proper nouns ending in s.
      Examples:
      the class's hours
      Fumus' angels
      the canvas's size
      Texas' weather

      Care must be taken to place the apostrophe outside the word in question. For instance, if talking about a pen belonging to Mr. Hastings, many people would incorrectly write Mr. Hasting's pen (his name is not Mr. Hasting).
      Correct: Mr. Hastings' pen

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    • I'll answer that for you; it's grammatically incorrect.

      You edited it to say Fumus's. While technically not wholly incorrect, the more correct version is Fumus', which was already on the page.

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    • hmm, ok thanks for telling me.

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    • You're welcome, dear. Take care now.

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  • IMG 3359

    I drew this on a phone so it might be kinda bad haha

    Guess who I drew... XP (k fine obvious answer is obvious I drew your husband)

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    • *saves*

      I don't know what I did to get a gift from you, but... *hugs and twirls you around*
      BEST. CHILD. EVAH.

      THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU~ I LOVE IT WHEN SOMEONE GIVES ME TSURUGIGOZEN STUFF~ 'TIS GUD STAF, THAT THEY ARE~

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