World of warcraft dating
Maybe it's just a manufactured atmosphere or even reality.
Basically, this is a Stepford Smiler on the scale of an entire setting, where behind the bright, cheery and colorful appearance, it's really a Crapsack World.
A Type B cynical portrayal of The Promised Land that isn't a used-up and barren wasteland is likely to be one of these.
If the seemingly perfect world is a full-on illusion, created to entrap or otherwise fool someone, then it is a Lotus-Eater Machine.
Fortunately, it appears they may be allowed to romance other students they meet at Hogwarts, but it’s going to take some serious time investment.Contrast People's Republic of Tyranny, Fauxtivational Poster, and A World Half Full, where it looks like a Crapsack World, but it get better.Happiness Is Mandatory can be this, but often fails to create even a pleasant veneer over things. If the art style clashes with the mood of the work, that is Art-Style Dissonance instead.“You’re 11-years-old, but the game covers the entire seven-year saga.
So overtime, as new stories get unlocked and you progress through the game, you’re going to have to wait and see what type of relationships develop.” This shouldn’t come as too big of a surprise for long-time Harry Potter fans.
Compare with False Utopia, when one of the main points of the story is the contrast of how perfect the world looks and how imperfect it truly is, Town with a Dark Secret, Peace & Love, Incorporated, Light Is Not Good, Stepford Suburbia, and Techno Dystopia.