I was into theater but that idea was stomped on by those who believe they had more potential. I always wanted to do create a manga and maybe do some art for it. VAing would be cool but I feel my voice isn't proper for doing so.
@Teacher: *shin kick*
I'm debating on doing something programming related, piloting (which I'm faltering on), some form of art or some form of audio engineering (which seems mundane in a few ways). I really am an indecisive person... guess that's my fatal flaw although I have a lot of other flaws.
No clue, really. My high school extracurricular activities were theater and culinary arts, and both pay terribly. The dream is to be a voice actor. Culinary's completely out of the equation because my first job was in a restaurant and it was a nightmare. Also once my teacher gave a three-hour lecture on material from our textbook and then said "But none of that applies to actuality; it's just theory."
I never thought about relating Ilias Cruz or Ilias to real life but once I think about it, Ilias bears a vaguely metaphorical resemblance to someone like Hitler. The story is way better than people let on. I love seeing the development of Luka although I'm curious as to if he has any development left.
Discrimination and acceptance. Luka spends the entirety of two games traveling the world with the ultimate symbol of evil and eventually turns his sword on the embodiment of all that is good because he comes to terms with the fact that the world isn't black and white. Through his adventure he meets many good monsters and bad humans, both of which shake his world view quite a bit, and ultimately he strives to create a society where everybody can live together because he knows that it's possible. Some parts of the story reflect real life (Ilias Cruz is a militant hate group, Ilias herself is a corrupt leader bent on genocide, etc.) but it was all vague enough to not actually parallel any real events.
If a person found that enjoyable then they have a sick sense of entertainment XD.
Thankfully I haven't gotten to that point. I'm going to show MGQ to a friend of mine and hopefully they wont get thrown off by the fact that it's an H-Novel. Doesn't bother me (except for things like the previously mentioned H-Scene) so hopefully it won't bother them.
I deleted KS, Clannad, Fate/Stay, and Saya no Uta on accident. Never finished any of them except Saya no Uta. I'm really envious of the people who composed the music for MGQ. The Serine Mind and Umi (Ocean) songs on the Soundtrack sound amazing to me.
BTW, I heard of what happened in the H-Scene for the Beezlebubs with the eggs... *shudders*