In the rough and tumble days of the 26th century the constant threat of combat can make raising a child an even more difficult task than normal. Kids just grow up so fast, and even regularly bonding over the slaughter of your enemies and the subsequent capturing of flags can't stand up to the questionable influence of friends.
Leetworld, the creators of A Day in the Life of a Turret, bring us the story of a father who discovers he doesn't recognize his son anymore, a now foreign post-pubescent beast wantonly engaging in unsportsmanlike acts of depravity. Oh sure, Dad tries to teach his not-so-youngin' appropriate ways to express his precocious zeal; but in the end, kids will be kids and war will be war.
This blog submitted to our editor via our Community Blogs, and then it made it to the home page! You can follow community members and vote up their blogs - support each other so we can promote a more diverse and deep content mix on our home page.
Get more destructoid: We're indie-run, blogging for the love of it, and our site will always be free. Optionally, you can support us and get: (1) Faster pages from our cloud server (3) Wide(r)screen (3) No big ads on Dtoid, Japanator, Tomopop, or Flixist (4) Auto contest entries, and (5) Dibs on betas & downloads. Try it out
Unsavory comments? Please report harassment, spam, and hate speech to our moderators, and flag the user (we will ban users dishing bad karma). Can't see comments? Apps like Avast or browser extensions can cause it. You can fix it by adding *.disqus.com to your whitelists.