the results for the gen election came in and i just want to remind everyone not to be an asshole to each other because of it!! i dont want to roselia fans rub it in to others and i dont want to see the 4 other groups trash roselia fans in my good bandori dot party home!!!
lets all love each other instead of being needlessly rude! its for an illustration and maybe some merch its not like the whole game is gonna be roselia now smh
I FINALLY FINISHED IT! the full version of my English cover of Goka Gokai Phantom Thief that I'd been working on for. a while. could have been done earlier had I not been lazy about the background stuff bUT IT'S DONE NOW
Hello, I downloaded BanDori a while ago, but only recently started trying to play it fairly often. I kind of wanted to join a new community or fandom, and figured this might be a good place to start?
I'm Amaya and I'm gay, and a weeb who watches a lot of anime and plays a lot of games.
Beyond that I'm not quite sure how to introduce myself.
If you encounter me in multilive or something, I apologize for being dead weight. I've not really played a game like this since Love Live, which I quit playing sometime around when Sunshine was announced and the new cast was introduced.
(Me dropping the game had nothing to do with the Sunshine girls, I actually like some of them, please don't kill me.)
idk about you but to me BanDori just radiates girl power. and not the kinda stuff you'd write on pink t-shirts for little girls but like, a genuine feeling of "girls (anyone) can do anything"
like the Owner in the anime wanting Space to be specifically a live house for girl bands so they'd have a place to play. or Roselia, just, as a whole. or Kokoro pulling in everyone around her just by being a natural entertainer. maybe it's because they never pull the "even though I'm a girl" thing & not all of them play in traditionally girly bands but nobody says anything about it, plus all the characters are so diverse and well-written everyone can identify with at least one
idk it might be just me but BanDori always fills me with a sense of "I can do that too" that's kind of difficult to describe. you go, my band girls.