Bella talks with Edward in cafeteria.
"I can see what you're trying to put off, but I can see that it's just to keep people away from you."
Can somebody explain what put off means in this context? The definitions from dictionary confused me.
Alice is perhaps one of the strangest cases in the No More Heroes series. It would seem as if the developers created a full character background, and then erased a variety of the story. And to an extent, that's the point.
She's introduced by Sylvia as the third and final Ascentic, yet despite this she's perhaps the most human boss in the game. Unlike the paranormal Helms, Cloe, and Vlad, or the mechanical Destroyman (men?) and Letz Shake, or the sadistic Jasper, Margaret, Kimmy, etc, Alice Twilight has something that very few characters have in the series. Self-awareness. She's a cold blooded killer, and to an extent she's ashamed of it. She's tired of her livelihood and wishes for the same exit Travis himself echoed at the beginning of the first game.
But in order to quit she, like Travis, must reach the top. Alice is reflective of Travis himself in his journey to the top rank in NMH1. Yet, while he was disillusioned from the beginning, Alice's self-awareness has only damaged an already disfigured psyche. For Alice likely wants the same thing Travis wanted before and currently wants yet again: revenge.
Upon meeting Alice on the rooftop, she can be seen burning photographs. While mostly obscured or in the distance, the datamined pictures can be seen here and are essential from this point onward. Also worth mentioning, a 2010 interview with Suda51 confirmed that Margaret and Alice are sisters. One of the burned photographs features Alice standing alongside an unknown man and child, with the child (albeit difficult to tell) having seemingly the same pink hair as Alice. Likely her husband and child, Alice's previous life lacks any elaboration.
The most likely case is that these individuals in the photograph are dead. Margaret Moonlight, who to the best of our knowledge is not married, has her birth given last name, while Alice has "Twilight" as her last name, likely from that of her husband. If Alice were simply divorced, her last name would likely revert to "Moonlight", but the keeping of her last name implies that she hasn't just left her husband and is now burning photographs of them together, but that her husband is no longer alive. Additionally, Alice has gloves on both hands during her boss fight, her left hand is additionally obscured by her weapon in her concept art, and said hand is... keep reading on reddit ➡
In a recent livestream of Tara’s she answered a question of whether Twilight would be in G5. She replied with no, but possibly other future projects.
Edit: I guess Tara isn’t good enough of a source and her comment could mean several things, but I still stand by the title.
I know mocking the Twilight series is getting a bit tired but I was looking through a BBC list of interesting words and this one just seemed too good to pass up. I encourage you all to start using it in daily conversation whenever Twilight/Vampire Diaries/etc. come up.
Anyone else have some clever wordplay they've come up with recently?
I wonder if this post will be modded off like my questions in the various "ask police" subs.
LAPD don't seem interested in helping me find who put a hidden camera in my apartment. Is this normal? Do I have to hire a private detective FOR the police, before they will do anything?
So, I'll try to be brief. I was in tears two days ago, because I was just so scared for my kids more than myself. (Will some pedophile try to grab one of them tomorrow, or will some perv ruin their lives by posting videos of them. Literally this is what is going through my mind, along with how will afford a private investigator...)
I found hidden camera in my apartment? I called the Hollywood Police Department and they sounded confused like this has never happened before. Isn't recording someone's private apartment illegal?
Is this something "too big" for them? Maybe I should call the FBI instead? I wasn't sure if this is the way things are everywhere or if this is maybe part of living in a big city like LA.
I know it's probably been explained to death, but I just want to know, once and for all, what's the consensus on the meaning of this song.