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Undead Topics Need Loving Too (aka "Give Me Your First-Born") in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #195
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Originally written by J. W. Howard, Esq.:

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Desperance has many girly posters
Curse you Finns and your plausible deniability of knowledge of the nuances of English idioms.

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Originally written by Only Half Stultified?:

That was my first thought upon viewing Arctic's post, as well. I saw "girly posters," and then "Saunders," and was about ready to pass into a state of catatonia.
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Creator likes cheese with his whine keke

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Bending, but not in the way you might imagine.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Undead Topics Need Loving Too (aka "Give Me Your First-Born") in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #188
I agree with Djur. What is Desp but a place for bonding in a male sort of way. There is no porn (Photoshopped male wangs are not porn, they are art!) and goatse is goatse, not porn.

Also, talking about getting your knickers in a knot, Desperance has many girly posters and one of them is the sweet and innocent* Saunders! Now if that isn't a big sign of approval, I don't know what is.

*Just don't read her stories or join our chatrooms and she is the very image of sweetness. ^^

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Bending, but not in the way you might imagine.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Undead Topics Need Loving Too (aka "Give Me Your First-Born") in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #162
Aww, TGM's new name is funney ^^
People, the bandwagon needs YOU!

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Bending, but not in the way you might imagine.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Undead Topics Need Loving Too (aka "Give Me Your First-Born") in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #148
I have only had a few discreet changes over time, but Alorael inspires us all with his example.

- Arctic, who has also decided to copy Alorael's sig for the last time. Tease!

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Bending, but not in the way you might imagine.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
I am now.. in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #36
Now let's forget that Alec ever mentioned Iraq or that Morgan brought up Christianity. This is about TGM's neat mobile.

And David, I hope you were being sarcastic about Alec being kind-hearted. Also, personal insults are a no-no. Alec, if you cannot find any more arguments to support you, admit your defeat instead of insulting David.

I think that the main argument was bluntly destroyed by "in recent months many electronics companies have publicly rejected the use of coltan from anywhere in Central Africa", and I have no doubt Nokia is one of them. TGM has a nice, red mobile that has no blood in it. What he should have done is get a model with a camera in it and take pictures of his team's locker room... IMAGE(wink0001.gif)

Edit: *Smacks self* Should pay more attention to TGM, as disturbing as that might be. Of course it has a camera.

[ Thursday, May 06, 2004 23:47: Message edited by: ArcticWaffles ]

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There was no happy ending.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Age in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #91
As I said, I don't know what to do with you yet. Thus I allow you to roam freely so you won't wither away sealed in a small glass jar. And who knows, you might learn something interesting...
And like you have anything to say in our relationship. I might even borrow Saunders' leather gloves...

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There was no happy ending.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
*bangs head on desk* in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #41
There are similarities because so many of...us visit Somethingawful so very often.

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There was no happy ending.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
What is your alls problem (I'm not mad anymore) in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #9
Double post bad. Edit good.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Age in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #82
20, and Khoth is mine until I figure out what to do with him.

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There was no happy ending.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
*bangs head on desk* in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #7
It goes without saying that trolling and flaming is bad, but also some of the newer products of the ****wad generation are bad for you, such as "too long, didn't read" and "*quote* I stopped reading there"

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Saundersw3: He wanders through the action gazing mutely at sunsets, and maybe trying to lure Alec's char?
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Pssst... it's a secret in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #27
Even us lurkers come out to the vicious sunlight to behold what will come of Alorael. Maybe he will start a new account, with the name Aloreal. *Evil grin*

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Saundersw3: He wanders through the action gazing mutely at sunsets, and maybe trying to lure Alec's char?
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Did Jeff know about this while creating Exile/Avernum series? in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #15
quote:
Originally written by Kelandon:

On the actual topic of this thread, I think that the name "nephilim" is kind of cool for the kitties. Does it imply that the nephils were once a mightier, better race than they are now? Do they have some glorious past that we don't know about? Hey, maybe the NEPHILS created all the other races, not the vahnatai! And now they have fallen and the humans smack them around. What injustice! What an inglorious end!
That means the Nephilim would PWNZOR the sliths. IMAGE(tongue00.gif)

[ Wednesday, April 14, 2004 03:06: Message edited by: ArcticWaffles ]

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There was no happy ending.
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Living in the past? in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #3
Mostly I agree with what you think, the quality of movies these days is awful.

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She told me that the past is worthless and unimportant unless it can be applied to today.
I recommend shooting the girl and leaving her corpse for the wolves to eat. That is just plain stupidity, the legendary mistake of mankind to ignore the past.

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Saundersw3: He wanders through the action gazing mutely at sunsets, and maybe trying to lure Alec's char?
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Favourite Smells in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #4
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Originally written by SupaNik: And keep it claen please...
You know it is really hard to do that...
Anyhoo, I like the smell of autumn wind, the air after heavy rain and my boyfriend.

[ Monday, March 29, 2004 07:55: Message edited by: ArcticWaffles ]

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Saundersw3: He wanders through the action gazing mutely at sunsets, and maybe trying to lure Alec's char?
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Best Free RPG's and MMORPG in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #38
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Originally written by So Old, So Back...:

There is no 'objective' to Furcadia, and that's what makes Furcadia so much better than all the other MMORPG's out there.

If you want to RPG, you can, but if you don't, you can go on Furcadia and not RPG either. Furcadia is a game that never ends, and the point of it is to have fun, make friends, and be constructive.

Just visit some dreams, it's fun.

Most MMORPGs don't have objectives other than seeing the world and getting experience. Now when it comes to role playing, I understand that people want to play orcs, because that is just attitude. But roleplaying a furry...now where is my 10-foot pole...

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Saundersw3: He wanders through the action gazing mutely at sunsets, and maybe trying to lure Alec's char?
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
RPG Hybrids in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #12
Ah, you are probably right Khoth.

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Saundersw3: And bitter is better!
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
RPG Hybrids in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #9
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Originally written by Omlette:

Not so. With Night Elves, for example, it is entirely possible to get the Sorceress the damage-everyone-on-the-screen spell within 10 minutes of play, and then she's literally capable of beating any army on her own. The undead guy who summons the Infernal is just as unstoppable, and the blizzard-casting human guy isn't far behind.

It wouldn't be so bad were there not random monsters lying around the level-as is, the more hero-oriented players can level up to their hearts' content.

Oh, don't challenge me to a game to prove me wrong. Almost anyone could probably beat me at War3 using any method, which would prove nothing.

-E-

In my not so humble opinion, this is a load of crap. This sort of opinion is formed by playing the campaign missions where yes, your heroes will become so insanely tough that they can clear the missions on their own in the end. That is pretty much the purpose in the campaign missions, because the heroes are supposed to be legendary. I would like to see anyone try to complete any normal mission in the Frozen Throne with their hero alone. And in the battle.net this just doesn't happen.

Night elf Warden is a nasty bugger, but beating an army alone? HAH! You fail to understand that the enemy might possess strategy and heroes of their own. Warden falls rather quickly when she is caught. The undead Dread Lord who summons the infernal (Which requires level 6 again which is somewhat uncommon in battle.net games - all level 6 techniques for heroes are a bit nasty, that is why level 6 is not easy to achieve) is evil, or well, the summon is evil, dreadlord itself is nothing but a walking piece of meat. Dispel the summon, and your problem is solved. Hardly unstoppable. And the human Archmage is a hero that accidently trips on a weed and dies. I just love it when the enemy chooses him for he dies so easily.

And by killing these random monsters you can gain no more than 5 levels. At this point heroes are far from being overpowering against normal units.

These "one hero kills all" situations might happen in battle.net too I admit. In a game where a total newbie meets a high level player who proceeds to totally dominate the game. Mind you, the high level player could probably win by using only footmen.

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Saundersw3: And bitter is better!
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
RPG Hybrids in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #6
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Originally written by Custer, Reloaded:

quote:Originally written by ArcticWaffles:
Warcraft III has some nice RP elements, combined with of course strategy.

IMHO, it's worse for them. I liked SC a lot better, due in great deal to the fact that one idiot with a big sword wasn't particularly able to take out a huge, well-balanced, and expensive army without reinforcement.

I would have liked the hero system a lot better if it had made heroes useful backup for armies in the field rather than armies useful backup for heroes in the field.
[/quote]That is a gross over-statement. Any hero alone is a roadkill before a large and a well balanced army. If the opposing hero gets to the maximum level with good equipment, yes, it will be hard as hell to kill, but at that point of the game you have already lost anyways for letting your enemy get so much ahead of you. And any well balanced army take on against any hero and win. The game is well balanced 50/50 between the importance of heroes and the army. The hero system of course allows those RP elements. ^_^

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Saundersw3: And bitter is better!
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
RPG Hybrids in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #3
Warcraft III has some nice RP elements, combined with of course strategy.

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Saundersw3: And bitter is better!
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Census of Spiderweb community in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #30
Age - 19
Gender - Male
Sexual orientation - Heterosexual
Marital status - single
Highest educational degree completed - Education?
City/metropolitan area where you live - Tampere
Racial/ethnic origin - Finnish
Nationality - Finnish
First/primary language - Finnish
Religion - None
How long you've been a Spiderwebber - Can't be arsed to remember
Whether or not you're a septuagenarian eskimo - YAY 4 NECESSARY FUNNY IN THE END OMGLOL

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Saundersw3: And bitter is better!
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
girlz place in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #79
Now that I think of it, we Finns are quite a bunch. Lots of special titles, notorious reputation, widely known and ph34red. ^_^

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Saundersw3: And bitter is better!
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
What Kinds of Girls do you Like? in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #193
Your two-fisted fury.

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KhothMk2: You don't get 72 virgin camels though
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
girlz place in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #65
Aww, look at the little Finns frolic. Awen't dey just the cutest!! And hail to the new Finn, hopefully you last longer than the last one.

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KhothMk2: You don't get 72 virgin camels though
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
What is the best Disney movie? in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #32
quote:
Originally written by Necris Omega:

I'm surprised a topic like this has stayed on track as long as it had. I would have at least thought someone would have at least started an argument over the alleged sexual references hidden in so many movies/cartoons.
OMG BAMBI IS ONE HOT *****! *Fap fap fap fap*

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KhothMk2: You don't get 72 virgin camels though
Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
girlz place in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #20
When girls learn to think with their reproductive organ like men, then everything will be just fine. ^____^

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KhothMk2: (I have agreed not to molest Arctic, so I can just cuddle him and that sort of thing)
Storykeepperi: And what about me?
KhothMk2: Would you like to be molested?
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