1. A fan made re-cut and re-dub of a series to make it shorter. Usually turns it into a parody of the original series.
1. Common video game genre identifiable by its emphasis on motion, timing, and combat. Usually played in the 3rd person with control over a single character. Notable examples include Devil May Cry, Uncharted, Assassin’s Creed, Batman: Arkham City, and God of War.
1. Common video game genre, identifiable by its emphasis on exploration, discovery, and puzzle solving. Is often blended with Action to make Action-Adventure. Notable examples include Sam and Max, The Legend of Zelda, Monkey-Island, Myst, and L.A. Noire.
1. Chan term, meaning suicide victim.
1. Japanese term, used to describe any piece of animation.
2. Western term, used to describe any Japanese animation.
3. Animation style, identifiable by large expressive eyes, small noses and mouths, sharp lines, over-exaggerated motions, and melodramatic story lines.
1. Online group, ruthless, belligerent, anarchic, and vulgar. Members can range between harmless prankster to destructive hacker. Have been known to drive people to suicide for their own amusement. DO NOT ANTAGONIZE.
2. Hacktavist group, known for aggressively hacking anyone they see as a threat to freedom of speech and net neutrality. Typically seen wearing Guy Fawks masks.
1. Short for anthropomorphic
2. Furry term, used to designate anything that has been given human traits (such as standing upright, hands, or breasts).
1. A piece of technology or game that relies on real world interaction or direct interaction of the player with objects in the real world (such as going to a real location or finding a real hidden object).
1. Literary term, meaning a character that represents the author, often an idealized version of the author.
2. Fanfiction term, meaning a character that represents the author, almost always an overly idealized version of the author. Tends to be too perfect to be real, and befriends/has romantic relations with canon characters.
1. A furry character that is a bird, gryphon, or any similarly feathered species.