"Ray" would be a good name for a pirate because it's "Yarrrrr" backwards. Kind of like an Alucard thing.
Ahoy! It be Wednesday! The most pirate-y day of the week! Yar!
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Fairies appear in many games, usually as a race that will assist players with magic. Fairies are almost exclusively female.
This concept is for games where at least one of the main characters is female.
It's not just for airplanes anymore: Game mascots and MMO players alike have taken to the skies. Players can use flight to quickly navigate large levels, find hidden items, or take opponents down.
A game based on an anime.
Games that are aimed at the female demographic.
Special or stronger units than standard ones, usually found in strategy games. This is not necessarily the same thing as a superhero or a game's protagonist.
Games made for a younger audience, usually between 3-9.
These games are based off of established licenses, such as movies, comics, or TV shows. Examples are the James Bond 007 and Spider-Man franchises.
The concept of affecting the universe through supernatural methods, breaking the fundamental laws of science.
Any practitioner of magic (wizard, sorcerer, mage, necromancer, etc.) who casts spells. Even unlearned scholars can throw a mean magic missile every now and then.
A superhero is a fictional character of unprecedented physical prowess dedicated to acts of derring-do in the public interest.
Games featuring characters which posses superhuman abilities and powers.
Videogames that, for better or for worse, are based on an existing non-videogame franchise. Usually drawn from movies, tie-in games have also been made about TV shows, novels, and even one-hit wonder pop bands.
Games often use letters like X and Z in the title to make their game seem more edgy, blatantly misspelling the title of their game in the process.
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