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  • Track Name

    I'm Not Okay (I Promise)

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    Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge

  • Artist

    My Chemical Romance


I’ve told you time and time again you sing the words
But don’t know what it means
To be a joke and look- another line without a hook
I held you close as we both shook for the last time
Take a good hard look

You like D&D, Audrey Hepburn, Fangoria, Harry Houdini, and croquet. You can’t swim, can’t dance, and you don’t know karate. Face it, you’re never gonna make it.

I don’t wanna make it. I just…wanna…

(Source: thrillbandit)


Dark Pit didn’t steal a slot from anyone. That’s not how clone characters work.

We know from Sakurai’s own words after Melee came out that “clones” are added late in development because they take less work and are a way to increase the roster when there’s not enough time to add a completely new character.

So Dark Pit, and by extension Lucina and Dr. Mario, would not magically free up room for a character you wanted if they were gone. It would simply mean there was one less character to play as.

Furthermore, yes, his moveset is largely based on Pit’s, but it is not an exact duplicate. Ever since Falco, this has always been how clone characters work. You get what are superficially the same moves and the finer mechanics translate to make them operate differently on a technical level. Dark Pit is no different. More extreme variations like Wolf have always been the exception, never the rule.

"But," you say, "why couldn’t they have made him an alternate skin like Alph and the Koopalings?" Sure, they could have. But that takes us right back to "you’d just have one less playable character."

As for why Dark Pit got in over other potential clone characters and Sakurai’s supposed bias… whatever. The guy works so hard on these games and puts so god damned much into them. I think the man is allowed to indulge a bit in appreciation for the series he’s worked on.

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