Introduction: Genesis
My interests are, but not limited to

Illustration/ Art/ Graphic Design
Web Design
Video Games
Philosophy (Metaphysics/Epistemology)

Personal Info
Age: [Redacted]
Location: [Redacted]
Name: Warlord [Redacted]

Contact Info
Art Blog

Video Games

Warlord's VG Hall of Fame

    A collection of my favorites! (Will update)

  1. Dark Souls
  2. Final Fantasy VII
  3. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
  4. Resident Evil 4
  5. Touhou 6 Embodiment of Scarlett Devil
  6. Undertale
  7. Yume Nikki


Synopsis (taken from the Touhou Wiki)
The Touhou Project (東方Project), also 東方プロジェクト (Touhou Purojekuto) or Project Shrine Maiden, is a Japanese doujin game series that specialises in shoot 'em ups by sole Team Shanghai Alice member ZUN.

Generally, it's a series of 2D (with 3D background) vertically-scrolling danmaku shooting games, that also creates related print works and music CDs.

The setting of the Touhou Project lies in a haunted region of Japan called Gensokyo (幻想郷 Gensōkyō, lit. "Land of Illusions" or "Land of Fantasy), sealed away from the outside world by the Great Hakurei Barrier. Reimu Hakurei is the protagonist of the project, who lives at the Hakurei Shrine that lies on the said barrier. She, along with the secondary character Marisa Kirisame, set out to solve various incidents that happen throughout the land, mostly cause by youkai. With this, they're both youkai exterminators.

The land is mainly inhabited by humans and youkai alike, who live in their own regions. Humans mostly settle in the Human Village, whilst youkai can be found mostly anywhere, such as the Youkai Mountain, the Forest of Magic and Makai. Some species include magicians, beasts, vampires, ghosts, tengu, mermaids, and kappa. There are others species that could be youkai depending on definition, such as fairies, spirits, phantoms, vengeful spirits, poltergeists, hermits, oni and gods.

Best 2hu
Nitro Carwash (AKA Nitori Kawashiro)

Favorite 2hu Game
Embodiment of Scarlet Devil

Favorite Fangame

Favorite Touhoudex sprites