So, what a year, huh? So much has happened, it all has gone downhill, and the year was all over the place. For better or worst, but it was for the worst. There was “some” good moments in 2020. Even though all the awful things that happened to the world and everyone. I can point out some good things that happened to me or that I have done.
Since 2020 I have been blogging way more than average. I have done so much more than I had planned. I was in a dark place. And I am still in a dark place, but I have “better” control of it. But off track, I had a lot of things happen to me since I started blogging more.
Ok. So, I want to humor Ultimate’s plan. Let’s assume that he plans to “revive” ThunderCry. You would need to fix some things on the server. Now I can’t say this would get taken into consideration, but it is worth a shot.
Hi, I’m onychaos. I will be your guide and give some insight into some problems I see with the guild. I already made a post on ThunderCry, which you can check out here >> ThunderCry << Which in that blog post, I give a better run down of what ThunderCry is* or was. But onto the blog post. What can one do when the core of something is gone? And put down your weapons, all whole five of you ThunderCry members.
So I woke up to see I got a blogger award. That’s the best thing you can wake up to, to be honest. All I had planned for was to check my blog stats, get on Twitter, and do whatever after that. But again, this is a delightful surprise, for sure.
So I want to say thank you to eveningteamusings for nominating me for an blogger award. You surprised me with this one, and for that, I positively thank you for such an honor.
So, reading the rules, I can do all of them.
Thank the person who nominated you and feature a link to their blog in your award post.
Post the award banner somewhere on your blog.
Share the reason why you started your blog.
Share two pieces of advice that could benefit new bloggers.
Nominate a maximum of fifteen other bloggers.
Tell your nominees about your award post so they can participate!”
So, I made my post on ThunderCry. And may as well talk about [BLU], the Elsword guild, and discord server. Ah, so. Let’s set the scene, shall we? When I was still in ThunderCry with Shaive. I noticed the lad had an alt character in [BLU] wasn’t sure if it was his main or not. I never ask him about [BLU], but I only heard whispers of this guild in the past.
One of the whispers was that [BLU] is a whale guild, and it was one of the guilds that were close to max level. And of course, after playing Elsword for a good while. I met elitists, who were whales and being me. I assume that [BLU] was going to be a whale guild that was full of elitists that were whales, and your only way to get in was to be a whale as well.
But that was not the case. Shocking, it is funny. Shaive happened to be on Elsword and not AFK. That’s when he offered to invite me to [BLU] Which I was still taking a break from the in-game guilds, and I wasn’t all too fond of joining [Blu] after leaving ThunderCry on my terms because it felt weird to join another guild behind the backs of ThunderCry.
And I felt like If I said no, I probably would not have another chance to join [BLU]TM, But at the same time, everyone pretty much abandoned ThunderCry.
It is time I make a post about ThunderCry and how it is doing. Since the discord server and guild have fallen from grace, in my opinion. The discord server is not gone by any means. But those that were in the discord were either kicked from the server. Left the discord server on their own or cut off all connections from the guild members.
I’m still in the guild server because I made good friends there, and I have a place to talk to friends and play games with friends. When did it all fall apart? At least in my eyes, it started to fall apart after a few key members left. Thundercry is a shell of its former self.
But I guess before I get ahead of myself, I should set the scene and explain what is ThunderCry about, so you will have some idea of what I’m talking about here.
Then Fedmyster’s new document “debunks” Pokimane’s document. I want to say, after “reading” these documents and seeing that fedmyster’s document leaker came out with his Google document, and why he leaked it. It’s stupid.
So, since I can’t play/buy the indie JRPG called “Killer Gin.” I want to talk about it. It looks like an entertaining game. Although I can’t play it, I want to share my thoughts and first impressions.
So I have seen this game dev followed me on Twitter, and I have seen bits and pieces of their game way back then. I saw they were making a jrpg, and it seems appealing, but that was all I knew at the time.
I am going off on impressions here. Reading the steam page, mainly the steam tags for the game, it has dating and farming mechanics, which are optional which you can choose to do at your own pace.
I was watching the trailer for Killer Gin, without sound, cause steam mutes videos on load up. The trailer has a type of flair I like. It’s cheesy. It’s made to be a serious one but fails, at least in my opinion, but I can’t talk. I would and will create something just as cheesy. But that doesn’t mean I hate it by any means. I like it, to be honest.
Hey, I’m back with more questions about WordPress, and I hope they can answer, or I can at least get some insight into my WordPress questions. :3 Last time I had questions about WordPress plans, which I got an answer, which I am thankful for, but I have more questions that are related to tags and categories on WordPress.
I will start with my first question since I have three questions to ask. I am hoping I can get some answers or insight into my WordPress questions. It has been something I have been wondering about for a while.
1. How many tags and categories can you have in total?
I know a few years ago or a decade ago that this rule has changed over time? I know it was no more than 15 tags and categories in total. I know posts would disappear in the tag search and WordPress reader search?
The main point. But I have also seen that the new guideline for categories and tags got lowered to 12 or less.
So what I want to know is, how many blog tags and categories can I use per post? I have seen some self-hosted sites on WordPress have posts that use 15 tags and categories in total, but I guess if you self-host, you are free from this rule. I even saw a few blog posts that had more than Ten tags, but they still show up in search.