Hi guys! Please tell me when did Venom Snake get that name and where was he called that?
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Revolver Ocelot's motivations were dubious throughout 1998's Metal Gear Solid. The player is unsure of what his role in the wider story is, as he is revealed to be a double agent working with the US President, but the development of his relationship with Big Boss in Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater and Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain perhaps indicates that he isn't as villainous as we're lead to believe. His arrogance and obvious inferiority complex in youth make Ocelot the perfect compliment to Big Boss' stoic, soldier-like discipline, and when he is revealed to be a triple agent working with the KGB in the series' third instalment, the dubious nature of his motivations are increased tenfold. Revolver Ocelot's vague motivations are a vital component of his character, and the trust that the player places in him is always a questionable decision. Liquid Snake's hijacking of his consciousness in the presence of Solid Snake adds another layer to his motivations, as the rationality of Revolver Ocelot is always throw into uncertainty upon any arrival of the series main protagonist. Ocelot is undoubtedly one of the series' most complex characters, which is perhaps why he is so beloved.
Hey guys, it's that time of the year again! Fandom is celebrating Pride Month together with the wonderful LGBTQIA+ people all over (myself included), and you can check out what's going on through Idekmandy's post on Community Central.
As for roundtables, which I'm sure you're already familiar with?
As usual, community roundtables take place on our official Discord server. Join, chat with other Fandom community members, and let's take a look at what's the most colourful time of the year:
Roundtable with LGBTQIA+ Video games
June 15 - 9am Pacific / 12pm Eastern (link)
Roundtable with LGBTQIA+ Icons and Activists
June 22 - 9am Pacific / 12pm Eastern (link)
Roundtable with LGBQTIA+ Fandom Admins
June 29 - 9am Pacific / 12pm Eastern (link)
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As far as I know, this can only happen if you have Raiden mess around in the woman's bathroom in Strut C. Colonel will say "I can't believe it -- that someone who has committed all those twisted acts in the woman's bathroom would make it this far... this is the end of the world."
I've photographed my screen as documentation of this find.
I'll call him Raymond
Does anybody know all of the voice lines that the Wandering MSF soldiers can say?
The XOF patch that fell down behind Big Boss's back in Metal Gear Solid V Ground Zeroes is sill there in Metal Gear Solid V Phantom Pain.
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Fandom is celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. It’s important to celebrate AAPI Month as Asian Americans have contributed significantly to American culture—science, sports, activism and entertainment to name a few.
What is it?
Celebrating it in May we extend this initiative for all to celebrate! This year’s theme will focus on Visibility and Amplification - shining a light on individuals, amplifying voices, and creating spaces for people to share their story.
Ways to celebrate
Fandom is hosting some events to celebrate this month, including roundtables, interviews, and more!
You can try out Fandom's new quiz feature with a quiz for our featured AAPI character(s), Mei Ling (quiz) and Kazuhira Miller (quiz; also a good opportunity to brush up on the various ways they evolved in through the series).
We also have a great roundtable coming up!
The roundtable is really simple - you just need to join Fandom's Discord server, and start chatting as much or as little as you want in our #aapi-roundtable channel once it's time for it.
The video game roundtable is happening on May 25, at 9AM PST / 6PM CET - feel free to use the event link and set up a reminder if you'd like!
So what exactly ARE his ideals?
I get he is a darwinist, but I need something more in-depth