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I think Gaige is suppose to represent hipsters, because I see references to Twilight and other stuff too.
Also Brony is /b/ + pony, if I recall. So girls can be bronies.
ok, i get that /b/ is the random board, but i'm pretty sure brony is just bro (like "come at me, bro!") + pony. to say that its /b/ + pony is a little far fetched mainly because.. well, where'd the r come from? wouldn't /b/ + pony directly equate to bony?
"These couple of skills, whose names do not at all affect my playing experience since all that really matters is the stats, have names referring to ponies. Now I refuse to play as this character and feel she is a waste of money, despite the fun that could be added to my game by playing her."
"What if...she exploded...and then exploded again?" "Can you do that? Can you explode twice?"
As someone who does not, and will never understand the whole "brony" movement, there are worse things. I admit to not watching the cartoons, but I know they'd really not interest me regardless of how genuinely good they may be. In a game like Borderlands, with rampant alcoholism references, mass murder, and general government insanity... Bronies are what upset you? I mean, it's not even grammatically correct considering Gaige is female and I'd never really seen a female MLP fan call themselves a brony.
From one person who was anti-brony when it was mainly a huge annoying me me used for everything over the span of a few months to someone who genuinely couldn't give a damn less now... let it go.