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post #5416 of 21392
What the hell is wrong with all the yandere in this thread. I am very terrified right now.

I tried MuppetFace back when i posted and it came up w/ kawaii loli kohai....
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What the hell is wrong with all the yandere in this thread. I am very terrified right now.

I tried MuppetFace back when i posted and it came up w/ kawaii loli kohai....

 

So I'm a yandere posing as a kawaii loli?

 

I think I fall outside of the moe spectrum. Probably closer to a bifauxnen with yandere tendencies.


Edited by MuppetFace - 2/2/13 at 1:39am
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http://www.progressiveboink.com/2012/4/21/2960508/worst-rob-liefeld-drawings

 

This has been amusing me when I should be working.

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I don't mind strafing so much, but i prefer the counter strike balancing where any movement reduces accuracy, so the game rewards shooting from the standstill rather than constant strafe n spray. Also the lack of a stamina restriction means players can continuously jump around like mad, and also shoot while jumping, and players will commonly just jump around as evasive manouvre even in close quarters. It is very silly gameplay to behold. There are no penaltis for hyperactive gameplay unlike in cs, so this style of gameplay abounds, even moreso than in cod because the flakey netcode and stuttered movement makes this kind of movement advantageous.


But in all I find it that much more of a harder game and in that it keeps me engaged.. It takes very fast reflexes and accuracy to excel in such games like quake, unreal tournament etc. I consider these types of games the the most challenging of all FPS. I'm more so into competitive 1 vs 1 tournament style games instead of team based games. With teams if you team sucks, you suck lol. Plus I'm not into the backstabbing mantra. Mano Y mano ;). Doom3 tournament style games are my favorite of them all. I've beaten most of the top players in the game including Fatality. Most recently the best Euro player (Sadface) on a euro server with 250 ping lmao. Sadface is extremely challenging and is really fun to vs :).

 

Sadface vs. Bulletone:

 

 

Gopher vs Rocket Boy:

 


Edited by lee730 - 2/2/13 at 3:59am
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The horrors of Rob Liefeld....

 

 

 

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LOL

post #5421 of 21392
More like wonders of Rob Liefeld...

Rob's actually a real nice guy and punctual about his work, qualities that ensure he consistently gets work (much to the chagrin of his peers I'm sure). Sure all his characters are adorned with dozens of pouches, have about a hundred teeth in their head and are in dire need of feet or a chiropractor, but the man is behind Image comics dammit. My favorite (?) of his is the infamous Captain America illustration; the man seriously has no concrete understanding of perspective or anatomy but he's been getting better over the years.

My current favorite artists are David Aja and Fiona Staples. They do great work for Hawkeye and Saga respectively. Oh, and Gabriel Rodriguez for his work on Locke & Key
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jgray91 is definatley a moe imouto desu. #moetype http://en.shindanmaker.com/314473

I,ve done a few other regulars from here; and I especially lol'd when i tried MF's; but i felt like it would be more fun if you guys try it yourselves. I mean... Heh lol.
Look out baka Shinji, cause I'm totally tsundere gakusei and heads are gonna roll
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Rob's actually a real nice guy and punctual about his work, qualities that ensure he consistently gets work (much to the chagrin of his peers I'm sure). 

 

Funny you should say that. I was perusing another forum when the subject of Rob's work got brought up (and subsequently those links), and it was noted that it's practically obligatory now for two things to be mentioned in any attempt to explain his success: that he's a nice guy, and that he's punctual.

 

He owns Conan's sword though, which makes him kind of a badass now in my book.

 

Seriously though, the worst part about ol' Rob is his complacency. The man just doesn't bother to learn or improve. Sure, there's no real reason to considering he's not want for work at his current level of skill. But... considering how many superior artists get passed by the wayside, I can understand the resentment that gets tossed his way in artistic circles.


Edited by MuppetFace - 2/2/13 at 4:36am
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I'd like to know what celebrity everyone who posts in this thread most closely resembles.

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@lee730 cool videos, such an old school game. You are right about team games and backstabbing, it gets pretty irritating with BF3 on public servers games are usually skill stacked, just came out of one such game where I was the only experienced player on my team, and the other team had 5 experienced players, and there was 5 players a side -.- I dont mind being beaten one on one but when its 1 vs 5 and At any one point in time I am being shot at by two of them well that's just not cricket. They were being fully cautios as well and just baiting us out. Just lame.

Unfortunately I find this kind of predatory behavior very common in computer games, and without adequate matchmaking filters etc. it can really ruin the gaming experience.
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Thank you for playing, Lee. Do you have a similar physique, or do you just look similar in the face?

 

Looking forward to seeing moar comparisons.

 

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The mids on the Sennheiser IE800 are just... HOMG. If I could combine these with the TO GO! 334's overall balance I think I'd have my perfect IEM.

post #5427 of 21392

The only comics I read are Bomb Queen, and Love and Rockets:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_and_Rockets_%28comics%29

Awesome stuff, particularly L&R.

 

As for celebs I may resemble, picture Clive Owen with glasses!

 

 

My babies are on their way: won two auctions, both vintage Winchesters. Sexy as hell...

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When I was in high school (back then I was chubby), my friends used to compare me to Psy. Of course, that was like a decade before Gangnam Style became a hit. Psy has been around for quite a long time in the domestic music industry.

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I'd like to know what celebrity everyone who posts in this thread most closely resembles.

I used to hear that I look like Brian Molko (also, I kind of did 4-5 years ago) or Ville Valo. That was a few years ago and I've put on weight and stopped coloring my hair black since.

 

So, nowadays I'm more looking like Chris Farley, or at least like he used to. I need to start losing weight and go back to that Molko look. Molko > Farley when it comes to singing and looks.

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As for celebs I may resemble, picture Clive Owen with glasses!

 

 

So like....

 

 

 

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When I was in high school (back then I was chubby), my friends used to compare me to Psy. Of course, that was like a decade before Gangnam Style became a hit. Psy has been around for quite a long time in the domestic music industry.

 

 

Having seen your picture, I'd say you're more handsome than Psy.

 

 


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I used to hear that I look like Brian Molko (also, I kind of did 4-5 years ago) or Ville Valo. That was a few years ago and I've put on weight and stopped coloring my hair black since.

 

So, nowadays I'm more looking like Chris Farley, or at least like he used to. I need to start losing weight and go back to that Molko look. Molko > Farley when it comes to singing and looks.

 

 

From Brian Molko to Chris Farley? Wow, that's quite a transformation.

 

 

 

 

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I'm intrigued, sir!


Edited by MuppetFace - 2/2/13 at 7:41am
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