I think this is the first time I’ve ever used the word “ga”. It is the word I use when I am going through a major existential crisis.
It’s the word I use when I’m being silly. It is the word I use when I am in the middle of a story and I can’t think of anything better to write into the dialogue.
Ga has no direct translation on the Internet. Ga is a type of word you use when you get lost in a story. The word is used to refer to an imaginary person you imagine yourself to be interacting with. I think this is a common concept in the horror genre, with the horror writers often having a character that is literally a person you imagine you are meeting with.
When the writers of a story like a horror story, they like to have the players have a sense of someone else being there during the story. If the characters do not actually exist, then they feel as though they are walking in someone else’s shoes. There are several types of Ga that may be used: ga mv, ga mv2, ga mv3, ga mv4 etc.
In the case of ga mv1, the ga mv1 is when a character is simply described as standing next to you, but it is unclear that they actually exist. The ga mv1 is the most common ga mv in the horror genre because it does not require the character to actually exist. They are usually just standing in a scene, or simply a place you may or may not visit in a story.
The ga mv1 is used to show that a character is not a ghost, or that they are not a hallucination. They are simply standing there and you don’t know where they are. Some of the ga mv1s have different meanings though. For instance, in the case of a ga mv1 where the character is described as being close to you, but you can’t actually see them, they can be used to show that you are not a ghost.
There is also a ga mv1 called ga mv2 that refers to a character (or objects) walking, or talking, etc. The ga mv2 is usually used to show that the character is not a ghost, or that they are not a hallucination. They are simply standing there and you dont know where they are.
ga mv1s are used to show the character is not a ghost, which is what happens in the case of the ga mv1 that describes the character as being close to you, but you cant actually see them.
The ga mv1, ga mv2, and ga mv3 are all used to create very specific effects. For example, we have ga mv1 which is used to make a small person appear in the distance of a room, or the ga mv2 which shows that a character is walking or talking at a distance. Another example is ga mv3 which is used to make a character look like they are standing in a room, but they are actually floating above it.