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    Contagious smile
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    Nah, everyone did that joke already, vampy. It was already predictable when I introduced it ages ago. Now it's old and predictable. (Just like bad vampire jokes, you know, and I'm very skilled in using them as weapons!)
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    T? Like in Mr T? Ooh, or maybe you mean as in the last letter of Doot. Like he's the last thing you think of when you think of Doot... I dunno. Five whole bags of money, from Bubs' concession stand!
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    Martian Sauna, Inc. I missed le floofer. Hecc ;w;
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    Post your Doom textures!

    Oh snap, almost forgot to add the GIMP file earlier. Sorry! Edited it in!
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    Post your Doom textures!

    Took your edit and edited it further. I used the good old nearest-neighbors trick to add lighting smoothly. I also sprinkled some slight highlights, one in bland white (for colored sectors), another in blue, and a few more with other such colours. I even have a variant with strong yellow for big daddy Ribbiks~ ...*coff*...a-anyway. To change the highlight colour is simple and easy if you already have GIMP installed. Grab this file, extract it, and open it in GIMP, then use the bucket fill tool to change the colour of the entire "Colour" layer (within the "Highlights" layer group). Then, merge all layers (Ctrl+M), downscale to 256x256 setting the interpolation to Cubic¹, and set it to be the Doom palette² using Image -> Mode -> Indexed. From there you can export to PNG, or select all (Ctrl+A), copy (Ctrl+C), and then in Doomworld or Imgur etc, paste as an image buffer (Ctrl+V). ¹ Downscale interpolation never blurs, and it'll smooth many potentially distracting straggler pixels that way too ² More info on the Doom palette in GIMP here. The issue with Doom's regular grout is that it is too grid-like, real grout tends to be irregular and thick, because it is what joins the bricks together; it's not very easy to explain, but hopefully it'll be easier with this-- [ Brick Wall: Behind the Scenes!! ]
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    [He's a weirdo. I prefer Strong Mad. He always gives me pizza every night, after all! Don't tell Strong Bad about that, though!] "Mehhhh!"
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    Nice blue cap there dude. Nah, he's just blind. Can't you see?... uhm... ...hunk of text.... cousin... hrmph. Nevermind.
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    A quadruped land bat?... wot
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    Share a random fact about yourself

    @LiT_gam3r So you're the little bastard who stole my action figures, huh?
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    "Hello mister, have you seen that Tool guy around? We have some... [fading to a menacing blue]... some unfinished business."
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    Share a random fact about yourself

    What are yours?
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    Britain, when Iceland expands its legal fishing borders yet again. Dammit Iceland!
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    My reaction time right now averages around 248 ms, although I imagine it would be better if it were right after playing an arena shooter, rather than a different, spicy non-interactive, sort of shooter.
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    What do you think of the C-family programming languages?

    Just use JavaScript, the embedded kind of (ie QuickJS). It's a lot more standardized, well-known, and *will* tend to render better results for the time being, for things like community plugins and such. Not to detract from Wren, though. It is also an awesome project, very interesting and promising. Real programmers just get the job done, no matter the code. If the job in question is very low-level, like say an embedded device or oldschool processor, like writing code for a MOS 6502, then assembly might be the tool for the job. But stating that "only assembly programmers are real programmers" is unnecessarily elitist, and purely counterproductive. It has no place in an exponentially growing ecosystem with exponentially expendable CPU time, like any modern system ever. It also makes maintenance and particularly extensibility impossible. That is the reason C is even a thing, and why, even with all its hurdles, it's still a godsend in comparison to writing in pure assembly. That's why C is still a thing after such a long time, even after the introduction of Rust. It's also not portable. Granted, I'm not a big fan of C either. I'm really not a fan of any programming language. 90% of everything is shit. The programming language, and its software and ecosystem, is merely the tool, not the product. A rusty but well-crafted drill can make houses better than a shiny drill with all screws loose that leaks deadly electric current.
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    "Bwahahah! You know nothing!" [literally one minute later] "I'll catch you next time!~ You pest!"
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    What do you think of the C-family programming languages?

    [Python flashbacks]
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    Why do you always look so stern? ;-;
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    Fix your bipolar framebuffer.
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    When your hair polymorphs into a boom box radio.
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