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Posted Jan 19, '14 at 4:39am

Salvidian

Salvidian

4,299 posts

It's 3:30 AM. AG is quiet. I've got the FGA chat in the other tab which is currently quiet. So I'm bored. I'm sitting here, looking through ancient profiles seeing what eighters were up to before they died. So I get bored with that and look through some niner profiles. Then tenners. Then eleveners. Then twelvers. And finally thirteeners. And I realized there was a lot of culture forged here and I figured that might be a good discussion topic. I think it's kind of interesting.

So, you know, you've got the little pranks and factoids, the unchanging vibrancy, and, of course, a lot of odd and otherwise mysterious lore. Plus, this might be a little helpful.

I guess my question is, what are some things you know about AG culture? What do you think about it?

 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 4:49am

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,716 posts

What do you mean it is quiet we are literally in there talking about the turmoils of being young and in love on miiverse.

I enjoy our culture, as I am quite vocal about, although I do must admit I worry about our culture sometimes, particularly with our obsession with inside jokes.

But then again, I have been an active participant many times, albeit I've been trying to lay off of them given my concerns with them..

 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 5:02am

Salvidian

Salvidian

4,299 posts

--Searches for decent reply
--Reply not found
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"That's very interesting pang. I agree."
--Else redirects to posting more interesting threads

An interesting thread some of you may remember.
A thread pertaining to one of the infamous "We think it might be AG3 but it probably isn't" situations.
One of the threads to welcome Ferret.
One of the edgier sides of the AMW.

There's some pretty cool stuff if you look for it.

 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 5:25am

OperationNilo

OperationNilo

4,065 posts

Culture and Armor Games do not belong in any single sentence. I trust you will not repeat this mistake, Salvidian.

 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 5:36am

Salvidian

Salvidian

4,299 posts

Armor Games Culture is a thread title. I mentioned AG culture in a sentence, but surely you realize that is of a different formatting. Completely different, surely.

 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 7:32am

GandalftheGrey666

GandalftheGrey666

1,924 posts

little pranks and factoids


It seems that there are more pages like this.
 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 9:32am

Bronze

Bronze

2,454 posts

I think the best way to study AG culture is to just look at the armatars. So much of our history and personality are stored in those little pictures. Seeing one from 4 years ago is just a nostalgia blast.

As far as older history goes, the Sonny 2 forums were pretty awesome. Lots of creativity came from there. The strategy guides that people came out with. The amount of work that people put into dissecting the game, especially from No_Stress, was just amazing. I haven't seen people put so much into a flash game since.

 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 11:46am

xXxDAPRO89xXx

xXxDAPRO89xXx

5,478 posts

Our culture is so amazing someone should start a museum on it.
(^ my thoughts)

 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 11:58am

OperationNilo

OperationNilo

4,065 posts

Armor Games Culture is a thread title. I mentioned AG culture in a sentence, but surely you realize that is of a different formatting. Completely different, surely.


Silly Sal, I don't think you found the irony/sarcasm/trick/suit yourself in my comment, which was supposed to be the point.
 

Posted Jan 19, '14 at 12:13pm

Minotaur55

Minotaur55

1,315 posts

Knight

What do you mean it is quiet we are literally in there talking about the turmoils of being young and in love on miiverse.


Love? Love? What the muffuble?!

I do must admit I worry about our culture sometimes, particularly with our obsession with inside jokes.


Inside jokes are normal. They exist in a lot of cultures.

Armor Games actually is a combination of many cultures built into one. It's not like we're all the same, but not all of us completely different.
 
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