Let’s get weird

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Hello! Welcome to MonsterBrainSoup. I’m Lukas, and this is my corner of the internet to talk about things that matter to me and share my art and creations.

I want to use this space to talk about alternative identities, self-expression, and ways to live in this world happily and healthily while still finding ways to be who you really want to be, even while that changes and evolves with you.…

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Kickstarter Successful! Pre-Order Store Now Open!

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My first-ever Kickstarter was successfully funded at 107%!

If you missed out on the campaign, you can still buy the pins and more items at the pre-order store.

Click here to view the pre-order store on Backerkit!

 

UPDATE: The pre-order store is now closed and manufacturing has begun on the items.



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Favorite “Dragon City” Dragons

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Published: October 21st, 2021
Last modified: October 21st, 2021


Dragon City is a popular mobile phone game that features most of the classic tropes: resource collecting, daily login bonuses, cooldown times, crafting times, and of course, tons of micro-transactions to speed all of those things up.



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Are Dragons Monsters?

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Short answer: yes.

Longer answer: yeah, I think so, kinda, for the most part, depending on context…

Really long answer….

In the context of general human collective unconscious, dragons are the ultimate manifestation of a predator. With the traits of a big cat, bird of prey, crocodilian, and snake, they combine qualities of apex predators across biomes.…

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Favorite “Well of Souls” Monsters

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Published: August 30th, 2021
Last modified: September 14th, 2021


Well of Souls is a free-to-play fantasy RPG game that was launched in 1998 and tremendously popular with my gradeschool self and friends. It was the first ever indie-developed MMORPG – in order to play online with other players, someone had to be hosting the session on their own home computer using the creator’s own software called MIX.



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