So Draco was in Gamestop looking to get a Christmas gift for someone who really should read this blog but almost certainly doesn’t and look what they had.
How great is this? It is bloody amazing is what it is. There is magic in this world and it intervened that day to lead Draco to this. They just have so much cool stuff now. Sure you can get it online but there is just a better feeling from going to a store and stumbling upon stuff. It’s like book. To be perfectly honest it’s like book stores as well. Some of the best books you ever read will be books you never asked for. Sometimes you might outright reject them. It’s the journey for sure.
Ya know what’s a bit interesting? Video games with romance options. So Draco was watching a Punchy stream tonight(which you can read about here) and in there was discussion on Farkas and how Elizabeth romanced him in a previous playthrough and would still get all swoony. This reminded Draco of basically every game with a romance option ever. Draco has played Dragon Age Inquisition 4 times and romanced Sera every time. Every Mass Effect Trilogy had Tali. Skyrim had settling because really only the Queen in Solitude or Serana were worthy. Whether it be Chigara, Rin, Morrigan, Chloe(only because Kate Marsh wasn’t an option), or some other poor character that Draco forgot, it’s always the same. Draco can’t bear to not romance them. Well aside from the Sims which was more widower-ing and Akiba’s Trip which was about unlocking the intro screen(That was a great mechanic. You had to romance everyone to get the full main menu). So anyway, Draco is clingy, other people are hesitant, and some people don’t care. There should be studies on this. It probably correlates to personification in some way. Maybe this is why Draco always loved Yuno from Future Diary. She could have romanced anybody and moved on with (Spoilers) super cool time god stuff but nope. She chose to do the same stuff repeatedly out of love.