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 No.190245[Reply]

I am a slav from eastern europe so yes i hate being a 'slav', why couldn't i be born in a country with actual achievements like france, america, spain, italy or even korea
when i go outside my shithole and when some other people recognize I am from an irrelevant eastern European shithole they just have nothing to say and sometimes they look down at me.
god i hate being myself, at least Wizards and NEETs in other countries can take pride in being a certain nationality.
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 No.191199

>>191198
it does attract people from the world over

 No.191207

>>191178
Rain is great and the food looks so hearty.

 No.191282

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Slavs have their own stereotypes about us

https://twitter.com/PenBercifield/status/1530466376204398592

 No.191294

>>191282
that is funny. i would love to see a random american infiltrate that place and see how long it takes for his disguise to blow

 No.191295

>>191282
Nah, no.. nope, not fat enough.



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 No.191283[Reply]

We were rejected by society
No one took us seriously
Invading our soul with humiliation
Hitting us harder than any kind of pain
They even tried to changed us
Religion, meds, "morality", propaganda
And even if they did, the truth is
we are and always will be
monsters
And as one, I may do my true purpose someday
Thought I would kill myself
I had enough of clowns in this world
I decided I should inflict my suffering on others
They'll get what they deserve

 No.191287

u need to be 18 to browse this website, bucko

 No.191288

>>191287
u almost got me
But u have to be 30 tho
I stopped using this site to respect the age rule
But I got really angry today lol

 No.191289

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conceited edgelord
in truth no one gives a shit about us
we really aren't that interesting

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>>191283
the postpeterson postmodern vector dimension
twas always a fools errand to predicate
the mores of classical liberalism
on lobster metabolism



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 No.191216[Reply]

I feel like there needs to be a thread made about this. I know this has been talked about many times since 2016 but even then I think this topic is still very neglected because the consequences aren't noticeable on the entirety of Anime yet. There's just something really aggravating about low-status men loosing one of the few hobbies that they could actually enjoy to the very same normalfags and succubi who constantly treat us like dogshit 24/7 and make our daily lives a living hell. We all know the consequences that come with any hobby becoming popular among normgroid NPCs, they start pushing their shitty status-quo bs on it. I'm honestly convinced that by the end of this decade Anime will never have that same feeling as it always did, it'll just become another soulless mainstream form of entertainment to appeal to normalfags. Start expecting chad and his succubi gf to start bragging about going to watch an anime to their NPC social sphere like they do with their shitty MCU movies along with whores cosplaying as your waifu to sell her nudes on the internet to some orbiters (which is already happening to a certain extent). Some oldfags may argue that Anime declined long time ago, and while that's debatable I will say that Anime still retains a very unique feeling to it that is void in the majority of other watchable entertainment and low-status men are the ones that keep and preserve it that way. Mark my words, Anime will be completely unrecognizable around by the end of this decade. Maybe someone can articulate this better than I can but that's the best way I can put it.
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 No.191275

I think the breaking point for me was when visual novels started popping out in steam in 2012 or so, before that visual novels were these obscure things that you had to find in japanese websites and patch them yourself or download some frankenstein shit from fuwanovel.

After that the gates were fully open, anime is so normalfag now that even gaming in much more niche and wizard friendly.

 No.191276

You can't really "gatekeep" animation. The only thing I'm worried about is the Japanese underground circles eventually getting screwed over. Sites that help doujin artists make money are already screwing people over due to western influence, I think DLsite recently tried to fuck over loli artists due to wanting to appeal to the western market.

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Who cares? Video games are way more mainstream, but the mainstream stick to whatever is popular or FotM. My coworkers have asked me in the past what video games I play and when I tell them they just give me a blank stare because they've never heard of it.

 No.191278

>>191277
video games can be made on a much lower budget than animation though. One guy can make a decent game by himself, so it's easy to find a game you like even if all the mainstream ones you hate. The same is not true for anime. Manga is much easier to self publish at least, but anime needs budget so if all the popular ones are trash it's not enjoyable.

 No.191279

Moved to >>>/jp/39018.



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 No.191195[Reply]

Should I make a tulpa?

I'm thinking about making a one but there are some things preventing me:
>if I make a tulpa I go from weird to super weird
>it takes a long time and I probably give up anyway
>it seems cruel to rip another soul from the void
>she might not even become my gf

Any wizards have experience with this?

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 No.189480[Reply]

This is the sort of thing that could very well benefit several anonymage fellows here. Let's be honest, the real world is horrible and probably tends to get worse, but the proposal here is not to explore the limits of imagination just as an escape valve from reality, it is more than that. It is likely that wizards, or at least most of us, have considerable creative potential and I would like to go further, I would like to know where we can go with all this. Back in the day when I was younger, I used to create characters and worlds of my own, but the aesthetic part was always more difficult, as it only depended on my mind because I don't know how to draw well, so my options ended up being very limited. Improving the aspect of three-dimensional visualization would be interesting, but I also sin when it comes to building the personality of the characters. I've tried almost everything, but I still can't imagine detailed objects for a long time. Do you guys think this kind of skill can be acquired over time? how much of you engage in this kind of thing?
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>>189900
I was thinking about how the power of imagination is virtually limitless too, good imaginative ability can help you solve any concrete problems in the tedious real world, Einstein did that with his thought experiments. The whole thing can work almost like a computational model (given the relevant data) if you have good predictive skills, like in a game of chess where you imagine your opponent's possible moves and make decisions based on that. Sometimes I wonder if schizophrenics have any advantage in this regard. Also, there must be a reason why some intelligence tests focus so much on three-dimensional visualization.

>When I think back on when my imagination was or is the most vivid, it's when it's caught up in the most incredible stories.

When I'm about to fall asleep, in the transition between the first stages of sleep, I often find myself visualizing images that could hardly be sharper and more detailed. Sometimes I can see a city that looks like Vienna, other times I can see a chat from some live stream, but the words are just a bunch of meaningless characters.

 No.189935

>>189486
This anon gets it.
If your brain can reduce a visualization into more abstract concepts, it will do so.


>>189480
In general, I think there's two main methods of visualizing things. The main method is when you're dealing with abstract concepts and feelings. This is what people call the minds eye. You do it while reading books and fantasizing. Basically, you let your brain do all the abstractions it can do the scene, objects have no colors, you jump between different POV's constantly and don't pay any attention on keeping it constant. All you care about is the "feeling" of the scene and the events that take place in it.

The second method being actually visualizing the perspective, colors, textures, etc. onto your eye's picture plane of sorts. This is what you do while drawing and hallucinating. While drawing, you have no room to abstract the visualizations, you literally need to assign pixel-by-pixel the visualization in your mind onto the picture plane on your computer screen. Failure to do so will result in an inferior symbolic drawing or chicken scratch. The problem with this method is that it's very taxing, often times while doing it you completely lose the story of the fantasy and instead focus on assigning colors to the picture plane. If you want non-hippie articles about this sort of thing, the search term "visual memory" returns good results.

 No.189936

>>189900
>>189931
I also daydream myself to sleep, also the state of clear visualizations while just about to fall asleep is actually a real documented thing.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypnagogia

 No.189947

>>189935
Are you in the 'abstraction is good' or 'abstraction is bad' camp of imagination?
>>189936
I wonder if the mind can be trained to hit this state at will…

 No.191191

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I was going to bed last night doing my usual daydreaming just before I end up unconscious for 8 hours, and something really strange happened to me. I wonder if anyone from this thread might be able to explain it or let me know if any of my theories are on the right track.

I've lucid dreamed before, and obviously I daydream every day, but this was the first time I…I don't know what to call it…it felt like I was lucid daydreaming? It was like any traditional daydream, I could open my eyes and see what was actually going on, but it was the most hyperreal daydream I've ever had. I was so out of sorts about it that I only did really basic dry run testing while it was going on, so I only ended up daydreaming walking around my house; but it was like NOTHING I've ever experienced before. However, it only lasted for what felt like just a minute or two before I went to sleep.

Theory 1 - I was in a much deeper hypnogogic state than I recognized, and therefore my cognitive abilities about recognizing the quality of an imagined stimula compared to a real one were dulled.
Theory 2 - I was in a much deeper hypnogogic state than I recognized, and therefore I did genuinely slip into a dream, not a daydream, and when I was opening my eyes to test whether I was in a dream or not, that too was part of the dream. I sincerely doubt that this was the case though, I did actively open my eyes in this daydream state to test what the hell was going on.
Theory 3 - I self-hypnotized myself, putting myself into a state where all my cognition was completely and totally invested in the daydream state (while I was in this state, I did not feel the bed I was sleeping on).



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 No.189571[Reply]

I have some nieces and nephews in school now, and it amazes me how vilified videogames are. When I was in school there were these sorts of Puritanical crusades, but it was rap music or Southpark and the like. It's amusing to see the older generation fall into being the Puritans they used to hate.

It's also got me to think about videogames a lot, because I used to think it ruined my life, but now seeing the next generation having to deal with this Puritanical crusade, it's made me think about how videogames impacted me. I came from an alcoholic (like "regularly see her passed out in the kitchen floor" in the morning as I went to school alcoholic) mother's household, and I think videogames were what was holding me together. And looking back at other kids with similarly broken households, they all chose different vices; and although I haven't gone far in life, they've done fuckall and are in way, way worse straights. Of course, the ones without broken households probably did the chad drug-use life, but they were psychologically able to get away with it because their homelife wasn't a mess; but I'm not talking about those kids. What I'm talking about is–if what you have to work with dealing with a broken household–then videogames is the preferable vice.

I recall an acquaintance and his brother in High School who I came to realize that he had a really shitty home life. I knew he played a lot of games and his brother was a stoner. It was really interesting seeing how their lives completely diverged simply due to their vice of choice.

If I didn't sink days into Civilization II alone, I probably would've been even worse off trying to pretend my way into being an alcoholic. That, and at least I learned something while playing Civ II (I learned more world history from that game than I did High School, that's for sure). That brings me to another point because I'm not even sure if I buy the argument that they're always a negative. When you're playing games, at least you're actively engaging, thinking, doing something. Yeah, sure, call them escapist fantasy lands; but when some kid spends his time reading to enter and escapist fantasy land, you're O.K. with that all of a sudden, even when that was the point of your complaint just a moment ago? We entertain the notion that other forms of art engage the mind into a higher realm of challenge and existence, but not games? Regardless, though, even if they are a negative, Post too long. Click here to view the full text.

 No.189575

>>189571
Very nice, glad you turned out to be the person you are.
These days everyone can pick a cope, some are better than others depending on what the user is looking for.

 No.189600

Using "cope" as a noun? I didn't realise religious vestments were so popular.

 No.191179

>>189571
>I have some nieces and nephews in school now, and it amazes me how vilified videogames are.
I thought puritanical crusades against video games was more of a 90s thing

 No.191182

Social media and smartphones are the real problem for kids and society. The internet was a much better place when people called you a loser for sitting at the computer all day. Now ironically I find the real world a better escape than the internet.

 No.191185

I find it very funny how my mother did

>You sit around playing video games all day, you don't do anything. It's just so sad and pathetic


and the

>You want to go play at the school grounds? No no no! It's too dangeorus, only delinquent kids hang around school grounds outside of school. Karen down the road said she saw someone dealing drugs down there.


I'm still confused as to what she wanted me to do with my time. She didn't want me playing around the house with toys because I'd make a mess, I couldn't leave the house and play outside because of pedo scare tier shit. She wasn't happy with me sitting in front of TV and bibleo games, which I did.



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 No.190951[Reply]

What was the saddest stuff that you've passed through because you're a wizard?
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 No.191143

>>190976
I like it desu, it enables me to make fun of them

 No.191152

>>191143
Yes, it can be funny too. But the sheer fact that these subhumans are the majority and these people rule our society and have an equal say in how things should go is just upsetting.

All they care about is appearances and conforming to mainstream stereotypes. They lack any original thoughts and feelings. They really deserve to be slaves and to suffer.

 No.191161

>>191152
You can take advantage of this, learn how to rip them off ;D

 No.191162

>because you're a wizard

why would being a wizard be the cause of anything sad? being a stoic volcel free from emotions and earthly desires is a path of freedom away from sadness

 No.191183

>>191162
>a stoic volcel free from emotions and earthly desires is a path of freedom away from sadness
And straight into apathy or depression and anhedonia.

You don't have to be a stoic and you don't have to get rid of all your emotions and passions in order to be a volcel. In fact the path you suggest is extremely harmful.



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 No.186716[Reply]

Do you feel like things would go any differently for you if you were allowed to re-try your life?
I'm not so much thinking about the gimmicky stuff you can do in these scenarios like buying five thousand bitcoin for 50 cents each, just being allowed to make different small, day-to-day decisions based on remembering the first attempt. Would you be any better off or would it all go the same for you?

I think people have these fantasies a lot, but I personally really don't know if I would actually be able to do anything differently. It'd be nice to know in advance how lazy and negligent my parents were, but on the other hand most of the self-defeating behavior in my life has come from personality patterns I've never been able to change, and I'm not sure I would be able to stop them from developing all over again.
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 No.191149

>>190742
I've thought this before when frustrated
Dunno how far I would've gotten with this approach
Might have been able to acquire "some freedom" in the sense that I'd be practically immune to normalshit criticism on the Internet

 No.191155

>>186832
>goyim cant improve their bodies! they need special exercise tools™ and years of expensive orthodontic devices!

 No.191158

I used to, but I've become more objectively black pilled in all the ways I suck.

Its a fine line between regret and fatalism.

Regret sucks, if i have the perfect redo to a good life, and I missed it because of a wrong choice. angst.

but fatalism is fatal. the self-loathing and self-hate of thinking im just dogshit, doomed dna.

but objectively, i lean much more towards fatalism these days

 No.191171

>>191155
the lookism bros desperate to 'improve their bodies' are the most likely to waste time and money on stupid tricks and products. the astroturfers in industries who profit off of the insecurities of this crowd are among the ones promoting this shit.

 No.191174

I used to have very elaborate redo fantasies. Basically reliving an alt life. I would even go to Archive.org and look at college pages from 2006, to make it more realistic to the times.

but I'm black pilled enough at this point that if I could restart as a teen, tween or kid, knowing all I do now about myself and the world. I would just lay in bed and never get out.

I would be a Kindergarten neet, dropout, hikki. I would never go to school. Not waste my time interacting with peers. Not learn to read or write.

I'd be a Kindergarten Wizchaner, and people wouldn't tell if my gibberish was shitposting or zoomer newspeak

Theres a peace and freedom in fatalism, freedom from all regrets and redos. This was the only road. Calvinist predestination. The reprobate.



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 No.191136[Reply]

The lowly intelligent are soulless. They are a corruption in earth meant to destroy the literal world/nature. They are a semi sentient hive_mind of an extra dimensional source interconnected, now you know And now they know! careful.

 No.191137

>>191136
Phone posting retard with delusions of grandeur #37482747

 No.191138

damn bruh
never thought of it that way…
it all makes sense now

 No.191139

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>>191137
cope i’ve destroyed the west with ease. The u.s will be on it’s fucking knees, the scientists of the grave have bestowed upon me the knowledge of direction.

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>>191139
babylon will not survive. You low iq demons will go whence back to your eternal darkness where you all came from



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 No.186982[Reply]

There was a spectacular thread not so far ago. Some wizard shared his wisdom. I saved a lot but not everything. Here is a couple of threadshots.
I hope someone here have it all.

In a search of wisdom while rotting in rut.
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 No.190920

>>190919
What is worse. The base instinct itself or knowing I cannot overcome it. Perhaps it does not matter. The both are a double source of turmoil.

 No.190922

>>190920

>or knowing I cannot overcome it


You can. Just lower your libido with hormone therapy. People usually do the opposite, for example, the contraceptive pill lowers some succubi's libido stressing the relationship with her partner, so they do hormone therapy to enhance the libido (things like taking small amounts of testosterone).

 No.191076

>>190771
Thanks a lot man. I appreciate a lot your effort.

 No.191081

>>190836
>>191076
If you see something insightful: crop it. Save it.

What we remember becomes what we are.



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