Depends on the take of the game. I'm pretty sure that there could be good gaming mechanics but story wise is arguable due adaptations from shows or movies into games are typically not all that great and are filled with fillers that do not really add much to the story itself. But ultimately, I think that an Avatar game (whether it be for Aang or Korra) would be fun just to play for fun. I think that they could probably make it into somewhat of an open world by allowing players to choose different areas of a map which may resemble the traveling they do and gain an experience within their world through the freedoms of a game.
I would have to say that I would like to play it but ultimately, it all depends on how such a project is dealt with.
I said that because people are making jokes about them because he turns into animals and would probably be too much. These jokes usually consist with her being scratched up but my point was that she can also be quite dangerous due to being a demon. I never made any fan fictions about them, just making a statement based on the jokes.
Hey, Rae and BB have a lot more in common then what some people think. They both have their inner demons, with Rae having hers to be literal, they both have been betrayed by loved one's, but where they differ is in their outlook on life. And that's when you start writing those fan fiction. :3
Either you have a serious superiority complex, didn't even read the slightest of what I wrote, or just an obvious troll. However, I shall explain the debacles in your statements.
Not all Galapagos tortoises are the exact same. In fact, the Galapagos is actually famed for its diversity of life and helping Charles Darwin explain and prove evolution better for his time (he never used DNA but mainly logic and factual evidence). George however, was a subspecies pinta saddleback tortoise which are the most rarest and endangered tortoise species in the world (possibly the very most endangered species in general). It just so happened, George was the only known member of his species (hence the name Lonesome George) and he died...
Different species in the wild would almost never cross breed. Perhaps with certain species such as blue whales but not something such as tortoises. For such an event, it would have taken place so rarely that it would not do much and they are typically sterile. This means that subspecies pinta tortoises are likely not in the wild. However, even if they cross breed with other, supposedly, they would be impure and would not actually mean much nor count as actual subspecies pinta tortoises.
There is virtually zero evidence that there are any other living subspecies pinta tortoises in the wild.In fact, at this point, it is extremely unlikely.
Even these more factual and well documented videos also say he was the last.
Oh, about the breeding... he rarely ever mated and all of the eggs never made it.
However, there is a near zero chance that another like it still exist in the wild.
Also, I've explained why your comment was missing and that's because I accidentally clicked the small x while reading it. However, if you were not so quick to reply without even reading the description when commenting a day or two after I deleted your original comment, you would see that I have explained the situation on the description. Also, you would have saw that I had even given you credit for that statement. Just click the link and please read the description.
Hang on, my reply does not fit. I'll post it in two parts, the first half and the second. I will be posting the second half first and then the other so that it reads in a more desirable faction, in my opinion.
You are such a horrible liar, it's beyond comprehension. Lemme guess, you also accidentally locked the comments?
Also, you want to try and twist facts here? That impotent tortoise didn't even have the slightest impact on the species as a whole. Sad to know that one turtle can't help expand its population, but for every 1 of them, there's a bunch more with a sack full of jelly to get released and you know what? Some of them even crossbred with other tortoises off the original island! Shocking!
Severely hindered? On the brink of extinction? You must be kidding. For someone who was most likely born in the age of the internet, you sure can't even be bothered doing some light research. If you did, you'd know for a fact that the whole species you claim is gone is only listed as (how many times have I said this now?) vulnerable. They aren't even at the rim of the glass of being extinct. However, the subspecies, which I believe you meant to say, he belongs to is still in question as to if it's extinct or not. There's even a wiki page on it. Read it.
Actually, it was insensitive and quite trollish. Another issue is the generic and obviously staged conversation. Also, how would you have even noticed that it was deleted? That image is not even on the twelfth page on the site's photo section.
Though I am not very religious myself, I am aware that there are those who are and by attacking their beliefs, you associate yourself with what is a blunder for them. You've basically turned atheism into somewhat of a religion for yourself and willing to attack others because they do not share your beliefs or perspectives. Like I said to another, Though the Wilson's horn experiment allowed cosmologists to discover background radiation (the static on your television) at any direction which suggests this, truth is, no one truly knows.
All in all, I do not need religious debates, especially ones being sparked up through nonsense and/or misconstruing the point of the image. The point or joke was that there are holes to even the most logical theories but is ultimately up perspectives. A very neutral joke that you are over reacting about and causing others to ride the band wagon.
To be short: I do not want rants or tangents on or over my images amongst all other individuals going against each other. I do not need nor want internet fights amongst the viewers.