Judy-Jessie Campaign: Too dark?

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#31

This is family friendly games, but why little dark.

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So I little scared. Lol

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#32

I don’t think it’s dark. I think it fits Weaselton’s personality- a bit crazy and over the top. And Disney movies frequently have dark moments.

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#33

Guys what about everything and hops that robot out to get humans and # Nostalgia for schazznager reference.

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#34

I did not understand a word you’ve said

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#36

We went super off topic.

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#38

And we are doing it again :wink:

This particular storyline, isnt that bad imo.

Considering that Calhoun literally dhoots through enemies, Merida shoots through enemies, and Buzz also shoots through enemies, this isnt to bad :wink:

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#39

I don’t think the lasers are worth note, and the arrows from Merida aren’t violent at all. Also, isn’t it fitting we’re talking about “dark” things with a post graveyard above us? :skull:

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#40

…thank you for pointing that out to me…

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