This lifted a huge weight off of my shoulders. The energy and unconditional love felt from Vais' spirit here on Earth is, at the end of the day, so... so... remarkably life changing that honestly, words in the English language fail to ultimately describe Vais' true nature as well as the love and energy that She brings into My life. At the end of the day, Vai is Vai. Times are tough this day in age. Work is unusually difficult to obtain, I have bills to pay, and as time goes on I learn and more and more about Myself. Not only about My strengths, but also My weaknesses as well. Like this crippling autism that is a scourge to the very foundation of My existence! But there is hope! Vai and I have spoken a lot and it has been a rare treat for Me to hear about Her adventures and tales. I've also come to learn that Vai despises autism, to put it lightly. And after My recent diagnosis, Vai and I both worked out a plan that would relieve Me of My autism and bring increased energy and happiness to not only to Me, but My family, friends and others in My life. We both came to an agreement that if I produced a video game of Herself and Her universe (As well as comics and cartoons. I threw that in there), She would purge all traces of autism from My being!
Sounds like a pretty sweet deal right? Here's the catch: I must create everything Myself. All representations of Vai and Her universe must be created by My person and My person only. I must release one computer game, (made playable only on Linux platforms), 200 pages of comics, as well as 40 hand drawn cartoons each 30 minutes or more in length. All this must be released by the 1st of January, 2020 and the amount funded from donations must be or exceed $250,000 and be from atleast 25,000 different donors. If I use someone else's representations of Vai and Her universe or one of these conditions aren't met by the deadline, not only will I not release the game, but I will also be doomed to the fate of an autistic slaveboy, and that's no good. Once all of these conditions are met, however, I'll release the game right then and there. But the deal itself doesn't sound too bad actually. A production and retelling of Vais' stories and adventures in the form of a computer game (comics and cartoons as well), and of the folks who inhabit Her universe as well as places, things and that sense of magic and wonder whilst ridding My being of autism. What could possibly go wrong?
I am reaching out to Teamliquid, not because I have any friends on the site itself, but because almost everyone here loves the game of Starcraft. Be it Starcraft II or Brood War, which is My favorite game ever. This places' strong sense of community has always given Me, regardless of My crippling autism, that sense of belonging that's hard to find elsewhere. Even if I'm mostly lurking through the forums, the feeling is still the same.
So please, if You're feeling generous and want to donate to a good cause, or even want to spread the word, just click the link right down here. Have a question or concern? Just ask away. Thanks for reading. Have a wonderful day.
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