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/b/:

1. The random board on imageboard sites. Generally seen as the birthplace of memes. Usually lawless area, enter at own risk.

Badge:

1. Furry term. A piece of artwork of a character, usually a fursona, accompanied by a name and worn at social gatherings as a form of identification.

Baka:

1. Japanese for fool or idiot.

Balanced:

1. Gamer term, used to designate a game or feature in a game that is fair all players.

Bara:

1. Manga genre, written by and for gay men, usually featuring large, masculine, fat, and/or hairy men. Often confused with Yaoi, considered opposite of Yaoi.

Bishojo: [bee show jo]

1. Japanese term; a young woman, usually teen-young adult, with a lithe body and youthful, feminine beauty.

Bishonen: [bee show nen]

1. Japanese term; a young man, usually teen-young adult, with a lithe body and youthful, feminine or androgynous beauty. Equivalent to the Western concept of “Pretty Boy.”

Brohoof:

1. Brony term; bumping fists (or hooves) with another person as a greeting or sign of respect or accomplishment. Synonymous with brofist.

Broken:

1. A feature in a game (such as a character, item, attack, etc.) that is so powerful, efficient, or effective that it is unfair to the other players or removes all challenge from a game.

Brony: [bro ni]

1. A fan of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Typically a male aged 16-35.

Build:

1. Gamer term, meaning the combined items, skills, and other customizable aspects of a character, typically discussed in order to find ways of maximizing desired effects and attributes.

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