You know what’s funny? I suck at swimming, so I always lose swimming races. It’s sad, but true. Another problem I have is that I’m vulnerable to non-physical attacks. But hey, I found a way to make my fights easier by using feints. I trick my opponents into leaving their defenses wide open before striking them hard. It’s like a game of deception. Sometimes I hit them in the abs, but headshots really do some damage. The best part is when my opponent, whom I nicknamed “Boulder” because he’s super muscular, gets scared and can’t handle my attacks.
Let me tell you about my sparring matches. My trainer always used to beat me because I couldn’t break through his defenses and I was terrible at dodging. But here’s the funny part, even the other trainees who were stronger and more skilled than me couldn’t land a clean hit on him. It’s like he’s untouchable. But when I get angry, I don’t back down even after taking some hard hits. My defenses, on the other hand, are like a fortress. It’s nearly impossible to penetrate them. The few times I’ve been hit cleanly were when I was sick. Oh, and did I mention I survived being electrocuted multiple times? Yeah, I’m pretty tough.
Here’s another funny story. You know how cooking oil splatters hurt a lot? Well, it turns out I sparred with my trainer a lot, and guess what? I always ended up beating him. Isn’t that ironic? And here’s another interesting fact about me – I’m not into MOBAs like DoTA 2 and League of Legends or shooters like Fortnite, PUBG, and VALORANT. I have different tastes.
I recently came across YandereDev talking about his game design ideas for Yandere Simulator, and it got me even more interested because I aspire to be a game developer myself. If you’re looking for a game with similar mechanics as Yandere Simulator, I recommend checking out “Mark of the Ninja.” It’s a game that involves stealth gameplay, just like Yandere Simulator.
In Yandere Simulator, the gameplay revolves around stalking and eliminating other students who have crushes on Taro or are close to him. As someone who plays a lot of violent video games, I have video game characters like Alex Mercer from Prototype, Ephraim from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, and Tartaglia from Genshin Impact as my role models. But practicing for these games can be a lot of work when I have other games that I enjoy more.
Here’s another funny story. Ryoba, the protagonist of Yandere Simulator, put on the best act to fool everyone during a court case. She acted innocent, cried non-stop, and had an excuse for every accusation. It was so convincing that even the media and the whole country fell in love with her. Talk about impressive acting skills.
And did I mention that I’m really good at surviving extreme temperatures? I don’t even flinch until it’s below 26 degrees Celsius. I guess I’m just built different. But hey, feel free to use my map on your server or for a series if you want. It’s all in good fun.