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Having worked for the community before, let me give you some real-world advice.
What you do here will give you absolutely nothing in return.
Most importantly, you are a username. You are entirely replaceable.
What you do here should be out of the volition of your own will and kindness, expecting no reward.
Because nobody can give you any reward. No one here is paid, you know.
Nobody in the real world cares much about how much you've translated gushy second-party novels, etc.
If you are expecting anything out of your work for the community, you are doing it for the wrong reasons in the first place, and will be sorely disappointed.
And if you're using your work as a guilt-trippy "threat", then by all means you clearly have the wrong will about it.
It doesn't matter if you're respected, what opinion people have of you, whatever. None of that is important, nor should it affect your will to do what you like or don't like at all.
If you happen to care what the anti-AkuRoku people think about you, I'd dread to think what would happen to you if you were exposed to *gasp* the overwhelming number of people in the world who think Kingdom Hearts as a whole is a babied, simplistic, substance-lacking RPG for newbs.
Cut this shit out now. If you don't want to contribute to the discussion than shut the fuck up and leave.So when was the last time you left the internet then? With that many posts, can't be too much.
I'd rather see them as best friends than...something else. I never really liked the whole yaoi thing. :/
Im just really curious. Do you say this because the characters do not seem to be. or do you say this because homosexuality makes you uncomfortable? Im just wondering, i really think anti-akuroku is also harshly based on peoples view on sexuality. I didnt think they could be at first, but then days changed my mind a bit. And in real life one of my close friends is gay so i really had no problem viewing a character as gay either.