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(132 replies, posted in Role Playing)

((Sorry if this inconveniences anyone, but I'm having kind of a difficult time finding out where to put my char in all this.  If someone wants to approach him first, go right ahead.  Or at least give me a suggestion.))

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(264 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

Alo Fett wrote:

http://i174.photobucket.com/albums/w90/ … 1177984982
LOL

p.s I did this in 30 seconds I timed myself

Hahaha.   That would suit Jango just fine.

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(264 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

Mandalorian Assassin wrote:

(To each his own...)
And to the "real man" thing, it all depends on your point of view.  People who are insecure (like me) can't go around looking (to everyone else) like fools.  Secure people can be as wacky as they want, and they don't care what other people think.  It's all a matter of perspective.  Nonetheless, I wouldn't wear pink.  I respect your decision, and congratulate you on your courage to say that on a forum.  But me, no, I would not be caught Dead in pink mando armour.  And I swear THAT on the Mythosaur. 

I apologize if I've offended anyone, but that's just my two cents worth.

No problem.  I was mostly joking, though.  I probably wouldn't really wear pink armor, seeing as I am pretty insecure myself.  It would be kinda funny though, I admit.

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(264 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

I would definitely wear pink armor if I was a Mando.  Just to get a 'What the hell!?' reaction.  Plus, it takes a real man to wear pink.  (If someone says 'yeah, a real gay man',  I'll kill you. I swear to that on the Mythosaur.)

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(30 replies, posted in Fans)

Okay, just in case you guys didn't realize it, it souds really emo when you take the time to post:  "I don't have any friends, boohoo . . ."  Come on Draco, I don't believe you don't have any friends.  You're a pretty cool guy.

  On subject, though, I have twelve close friends that I do things with on the weekends and whatnot.  I generally get along with most everybody I meet unless the're unpleasent, then I pretty much despise them.  They hardly ever get back on my good side.

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(26 replies, posted in General)

I like to think that Boba got some basic skills from Jango, but grew to resent him as he got older. Boba must have realized how much of a bad bounty hunter and Mandalorian his dad was.

The Chosen One wrote:

i think boba got part of his skills from jango, and part from himself.

Plus, is it too much to ask for you to hit the shift key every once in a while?

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(16 replies, posted in Collecting)

it also has a very early concept version of Boba, right here: http://www.galactichunter.com/gallery/d … mp;pos=89.  I think it looks better than the hs one.

Plus, Venom once almost killed The Sandman by biting a chunk out of him and swallowing it.  Doing so apparently destabalised his body structure and he collapsed.  He survived though, big suprise.  V has also fought a bunch of Hobgoblin incarnations and done very well.

TIE fighter, definitely.  The design is very cool, plus I always liked the sound they make.

Things were not going well.  That much, Arran Fyve, or just Fyve to most people that knew him, had figured out.

  He had just been fired from his job as a bouncer at a rival cantina the previous day for 'unnecessary' violence. 

My ***,  he thought.  That Trandoshan woulda killed that guy if I didn't hit him with a stool.  Granted, he probably did not have to hit him six times, but once that adrenaline gets flowing . . .

Fyve took another drink of his alcoholic beverage, and looked at the glass.  He didn't even know what was in it.  It was probably better that way. 

  He'd tried to get a job here before word got around, but he wasn't fast enough.  They turned him down too.  Now he had a tough time trying to think about what to do.  Drinking sounded good for now.  And after . . . Well, right know he didn't want an after.  Throwing his weight around was really the only thing he knew how to do well.

  Inexplicably, he found himself listening in on the conversations that were going on in the dark, musty place. 

There was a fun-looking card game going on to his left, someone said something about a political scandal, and he thought he heard murmuring about a bounty on The Governor.  That sounded interesting. 

  He'd heard stories about bounty hunters, but dismissed them as fantastical tall tales.  He knew they were real, but didn't think too much about it.  Someone paid someone else to grab who or what they wanted.  Pretty simple.  Now, he was seriously considering it.  This would be a great chance to grab a lot of money in one go.  How hard could it be?  With that kind of money he could easily find a profession.  Whatever he desired.

With a last swig of 'Correlian Brew', Arran Fyve set his cup down and stood up.  Now, with a serious sense of purpose, he strode over to the card table.

Fetterthanyou wrote:

Ya, but Turok is still Turok in my book, I'm not gunna believe it's any better than the old ones until I see it in action.

Did you not like the previous ones?  I didn't think they were that bad.

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(30 replies, posted in Fans)

I used to have a mini, when that was the only other version out, but I really didn't like it.  When the nano came out, I got it right away.

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(123 replies, posted in Fans)

Gustavo_Perez wrote:

Another turok game? could you provide a link?

Sure.  http://xbox360.ign.com/objects/747/747926.html  There ya go.

I'm looking forward to Halo 3 (big suprise), Army of Two (looks like a great game to play with a friend), The Darkness (just looks plain awsome.  Plus I read all the comics awhile ago.  Great stuff), Bioshock, the next Turok (don't know what number the're on), Mass Effect (hells yeah!), and Fable 2 (as far as I can tell). 
It's a fairly long list, and I don't think I can handle all that waiting.

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(131 replies, posted in Role Playing)

No, It's definately in the game. 
http://www.blogsmithmedia.com/www.xbox3 … 3april.jpg
Watch Bungie's new VidDoc, and you'll see.  That is the 'new' function of the X button.  It also deploys a anti-vehicle mine, among other, yet-to-be-announced things . . . It's gonna be awsome.

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(131 replies, posted in Role Playing)

Mandalorian wrote:

Yes, maybe, but Master Chief is lame.

Good argument.  My views have been changed forever.

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(131 replies, posted in Role Playing)

Mandalorian wrote:

Sorry about the language, I just would have figured that people on the boba fett fan club would not even suggest such an idea so stupid as master chief vs boba fett.

Maybe I'm picking favorites... but... go hang out at the master chief fan club... if there even is one

boba would own master chief in a second

Let me ask you a question. 
Do you, in fact, know anything about Spartan 117?  Or for that matter, the Halo universe at all?  Have you finished either of the games or read the books?
This has all the indications of blind bias.  If the storyline seems so predictable to you, please, do explain it.  I'll tell you how close you got. 

Boba Fett and John are two very unique and awe-inspiring individuals, both with their respective amount of 'cool'
117 has a very detailed history and character.  Boba Fett less so, as he is supposed to be a very mysterious character, and it works well for him. 

Did this help, or did I use too many big words for you?

This RPG seems to be shaping up very nicely.

Name: Arran Fyve
Occupation: Ex-bouncer
Species: Kiffar
Gender: Male
Age: 32
Appearance: Traditional dreds of his race, darkish skin, left half of his body covered on tribal tattoos.  Wears a dark brown travel poncho over a grey, sleeveless, semi-armored shirt, and brown travel-worn pants
Personality: Generally friendly and personanble, when things went his way
Skills: Very strong, knows how to brawl very well, an alright shot, pretty good with a knife, and can tell a mean Twi'lek joke
Equipment: A hand blaster that misfires more often than not, and a throwing knife
Brief History: Left his clan after his love was tragically injured in a training accident, and was fired from his job as a bouncer the day before this rpg

Sorry for starting so late, but can someone give me a quick recap of the preceding events?

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(29 replies, posted in Serious Geeking)

That's gotta be nasty for the Jedi who's blocking . . . 'I'll just deflect this projectile here and- AAAAHHHG! Molten lead in my face!'  Bet they wouldn't see that coming.

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(1,114 replies, posted in General)

Whoa!  Well, look at that.  Guess what guys, I'm back!

By the way, thanks to all those that stuck up for me in my *cough* absence.  For those that didn't, don't freak out.  I'll play nice.

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(48 replies, posted in Fans)

Yeah, sorry.  I fixed it. tongue

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(48 replies, posted in Fans)

Humorbot5 wrote:

No its just a British joke....

Besides now they're leaders are friends with Germany How's that for graitiude

But it doesn't matter cos Britain and America are friends and although are ideas about each other are very wrong (We think you're all FAT BTW) we're stilll always gonna be cooler than France wink

ARC Fett wrote:

true, you brits kicked A#*. so never mind, but you brits also took the weak beaches on D-day, us Americans took Utah and Omaha beach. those were the worst beaches on the entire coast. but yeah us Bad A$$ Americas took the harder beaches and still Kicked German A$$

Yeah well if we'd been "COnscientious Objectors" against the war until some "Sandal wearing Sumo Wrestlers" blew up our naval bases maybe we'd have had the resources for a stronger beach

and besides it was the Canadians which ahd the weakest BEACH (Not beaches)

Whoah.  You definitely did not just make fun of America and our military.  You know what?  Your a fag.  Brits are fags. 
  We were not conscientious objectors, those are people who join the war to protest against it, and we definitley didn't do that.  We didn't wish to get involved with a war that didn't concern us.  Then, we got attacked and we kicked the Japanese's *** back to Tokyo.  You morons never wouldn't have won if it wasn't for us.
  How the hell do you know the SAS is better?  So you read in a news report (which are all liberal **** and completely untrustworthy) that Americans killed four British troops by friendly fire?  What the hell were they doing in the soldiers line of fire?  The're the stupid ones.
The US Marines and the SAS have never gone against each other, so where is the real proof that the SAS is better?  You just think that because you live in Britain? That moronic country that bans all firearms?  That's a real indicator of intelligence.  Bastard.
Vietnam was lost because of our idiotic government that didn't let our soldiers do the job right.  (same as what they're doing in Iraq)  We would have won the war in two weeks if we took the offensive and swarmed the entire pitiful country.  We won every conflict we had there, and would have won the war if we were allowed to.  Then we just got pulled out.  That's not losing.  I don't know what it is, but it's not losing.

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(172 replies, posted in Film and Television)

My silliest Star Wars secret is that I once beat someone to death with an E-11 model.  Heh.  He screamed funnily.

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(171 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

I edited my post above.  Read it, and be enlightened, ye idiots.

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(171 replies, posted in Bounty Hunters)

Exactly.  Any true Boba fan will tell you that Boba is better.  It even says in the Star Wars Ultimate Visual Dictionary, and I quote, "In the years since Jango's death, Boba has become so notorius that he is more widley known than his father ever was."  It also says on Answers.com that Boba relies more on wit and cunning, while Jango, like an idiot, relied more on brute force.