SOCK OPERA WAS GREAT. And it’s been, what, over a year since Dreamscaperers aired, but this episode was completely worth the wait and we can finally talk Bill again aw ye
Desmond in a nutshell. See also: cares more about his hair than about the moral ramifications of destroying cities and holding people hostage in the cellar. Technically, he’s a professor, but it’s mostly just a side gig he uses to justify the obscene amounts of research grant money he secretly funnels into constructing death machines and big, ugly castles out in the middle of the Atlantic. When he’s not buried knee-deep in robot blueprints, avoiding his classes or moonlighting as the Phantom of the Opera, he’s doing his ding dang diddliest to avoid getting pantsed by Targent. Unfortunately for Desmond, most of his encounters with Bronev n Friends either end with him being shoved into a locker or with the murders of his wife and child. It’s a pretty raw deal, but having an omniscient guardian butler and a blimp makes things a little more tolerable.
well shoot, thanks and thanks! Desmond’s a riot, and I’m hoping against hope that Azran Legacy doesn’t mark the last we see of him but at this point who can say
You know with PLvsAA all but definitively stating for the first time what general time period the Professor Layton games take place in, we can confirm that they don’t live in an odd anachronistic mishmash of a time period, but instead that England is entirely populated by turbohipsters.
God is real XD
doooesss he build the terror machines himself?
thank you so much! yeah, I had some pretty mixed feelings about Azran Legacy after finishing it, given all the plot holes and strange pacing. Ultimately though, I decided that I liked it because let’s face it, despite the game’s shortcomings, it still gave us a good selection of puzzles, copious amounts of gorgeous scenery porn, and Desmond Sycamore. who am I to complain about that.