Where do you get all the sprites!
We make them.
You don’t get them.
Oh, you think that’s what he was asking?
Yeah, I assumed he would use past tense if he were asking where we got our sprites–which we did in the past. It makes sense, doesn’t it? Well, after you realize that people frequently say “you” rather than “one” when talking about what anyone may do. For example, “How do you learn to fly?”