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Rogeif Yharloc

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Pathfinder Society Member. 8,043 posts (11,251 including aliases). 4 reviews. 1 list. No wishlists. 14 aliases.


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Matthew Downie wrote:
Insain Dragoon wrote:
Agency: The ability to effect the plot using rules unique to your class.

I prefer my definition:

Agency: The ability to effect the plot.

Affect*

In the context of RPGs, I'd define "Agency" as "ability to make meaningful choices".

When discussing classes, this agency should be provided by the class itself, not by factors that are wholly independent from class choice (e.g.: roleplay and GM fiat), otherwise the discussion is pointless.

Some classes give you a greater variety of effective actions, which increases your agency. This is important because not all GMs are equally competent, generous, rules-savvy or forgiving.


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TarkXT wrote:

ThEn you do something else? Like maybe cast a few of those spells you get as a druid that are really good at screwing up clustered formations of low save warriors?? With the natural spell feat you took automatically at 5th like every other druid??

It sounds less like the fighter is good thAn you are bad at druid.

Fixed it for you.

What? I never have the chance to type "Fixed it for you" and actually fix something instead of just using it to say "your argument is terrible".

XD


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Burn is still a resource pool... Only it's one that kills you. And makes no sense. And is an unnecessary balancing factor with poorly implemented mechanics.


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Arachnofiend wrote:
Sorry Lemmy, but the Kineticist exists for people who don't like the resource pool system. There are plenty of other classes to play if you can't handle burn management.

Burn is still a resource... Only it's a terribly designed mechanic.


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Just give them a resource pool instead of using those awful Burn mechanics... Base it on Wis if you think they're too SAD.

Burn ruins the class and Overwhelming Soul is such a horrible trap, it might as well be a giant middle finger to everyone who wants a non-Burn Kineticist.


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HWalsh being extremely condescending and dismissive of differing opinions while trying to tell other people what are their own arguments and reasoning?

I'm shocked...


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Freehold DM wrote:
Lemmy wrote:

So... I just realized something...

6 months ago I wasn't watching any anime series... I was finally over my addiction. Then I decided to try a suggestion someone made here... And now I'm watching 6~8 series... And waiting for more.

G~%%@~mit, you guys! I hope you are proud of causing a recovering addict to have a relapse. :P

very.

You monster! XD

Greylurker wrote:

so.....

what shows are you watching?

Huh... Let's see...

(I don't know their english titles, though).

Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! - This is my current favorite. It's rare for me to enjoy Japanese humor, but this is one of the few animes that actually make me LOL. Literally.

Dagashi Kashi - My 2nd favorite of the ones I'm watching. It's very simple, but funny. The main heroine's devotion to candy and sweets is hilarious. :)

Koyomimonogatari - I'm a big fan of the Monogatari series, though its quality can vary from story to story (as happens to every series that runs goes for this long). Hopefully we'll see more Kaiki on the next saga. ^^

Hai to Gensou no Grimgar - I'm not sure how to classify this anime... I thought it'd be adventure/comedy, but it seems to be going for a "slice of life/(possibly drama) in a fantasy world" vibe. Still entertaining...

Shimoneta to Iu Gainen ga Sonzai Shinai Taikutsu na Sekai - My current guilty pleasure... It's so. freaking. dumb... But I can't help but laugh at the absurdity of the situation.

Musaigen no Phantom World - This anime has colorful art and great animation. I like the visual design of the characters and world, but it's not as fun as I expected... Good, but overrated, IMO.

Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut - Watched 2 episodes... Seem pretty uninspired so far... I'll watch another 1 or 2 and then decide if it's worth following... Probably dropping it, though.

Utawarerumono - Itsuwari no Kamen - Tsc... I'm watching this just out of inertia and nostalgia. I loved the original Utawarerumono series, but this is one is... Well... Boring. They wasted 12 episodes doing basically nothing but introducing tertiary characters, and are apparently setting up the same "twist" of the original series. I'm really disappointed... Watching it feels like a chore at this point. :/

Triage X - I thought the premise was interesting... A secret organization whose Punisher-like members see criminals as diseases to be expunged... Turns out it's a ecchi-fest with barely any plot or character development and mediocre action scenes... Now, I don't mind fan service... It doesn't make or break anything for me, but if that's all the series has to offer, it's a pretty weak series. Dropped.

I think there are a couple more... Though I can't remember them right now.


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Neo2151 wrote:
Just out of curiosity, what Will saves *aren't* covered by your version of Bravery? (ie: why not just give full Will bonus and scrap Bravery?)

Tsc... I really should make that more clear. I'll get around to it... Soon... I just have to figure out a way to describe it without ruining the page formatting. :P

The Bravery bonus applies against fear and the same stuff Protection From Evil would protect you from: spells that allow the caster to have direct control over you... So it applies against stuff like Charm Person and Dominate Person, but not stuff like Confusion, Feeblemind or Glitterdust.


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Pathfinder's Infallible Rule of Thumb*: Is it a Summoner or full caster?

Yes: Probably overpowered. Specially if it uses vancian casting.
No: Then it it's not overpowered. Period. Unless you're comparing them to Fighters, core Rogues and core Monks.

*This rule doesn't take 3pp material into account.

- - -

Anyway... Kineticists have a few tricks that are really good... But overall, they are rarely above mediocrity.


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At least it's Skywalkers have an easy time dealing with grief...

"Those people who raised me all my life are dead? Well... Guess I'll go on an space adventure with that old man I barely know..."

"My whole home planet was destroyed? Nooo!!! Eh... I'm all better now. Time to kiss the handsome scoundrel... And my brother!"

XD

Of course... That's still better than how Anakin dealt with grief... So... Progress?


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I like peanut butter... And I like jelly... But peanut butter + jelly tastes weird as f*!*! I first tried it when I first came to the US... And I have no idea how that combination is as popular as it is!


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Hama wrote:
Seriously, if Snoke turns out to be Plagius, I'm gonna stop watching Star Wars.

Oh, C'mon... You survived the prequels didn't you? That revelation can't be worse than midclhorians and... Well... Episode I in general.


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EU was canon. Because George Lucas was clever enough to realize it would sell much more, and make him much richer it it were... So he said it was canon.


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So... I just realized something...

6 months ago I wasn't watching any anime series... I was finally over my addiction. Then I decided to try a suggestion someone made here... And now I'm watching 6~8 series... And waiting for more.

G~$$%@mit, you guys! I hope you are proud of causing a recovering addict to have a relapse. :P


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thejeff wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
Scott Betts wrote:
The number of people in this thread complaining about "censorship" is really concerning.

What is really concerning is that people still think sparing someone's feeling is more important than allowing the free market of ideas.

Something offends you? Don't buy it. Support stuff that pleases you. Don't force or pressure others to stop using whatever it is that you find offensive. Truth and freedom of choice are far more important than hurt feelings and political correctness.

So, if their changes offend you? Don't buy it. Support stuff that pleases you. Don't force or pressure others to stop using whatever it is that you find offensive.

Great logic there... "You're free to choose to buy the product... After it's been censored. No choice on whether you want the original content or not."


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Scott Betts wrote:
The number of people in this thread complaining about "censorship" is really concerning.

What is really concerning is that people still think sparing someone's feeling is more important than allowing the free market of ideas.

Something offends you? Don't buy it. Support stuff that pleases you. Don't force or pressure others to stop using whatever it is that you find offensive. Truth and freedom of choice are far more important than hurt feelings and political correctness.


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That's a pretty awful thing to add to a game... But I think it should not be removed. If it's such a problem, people should simply not buy the game or ignore that portion of it.

It's much healthier to allow developers to include whatever they want in their games and then let the fans decide what is good and what isn't. And by "fans" I mean "people who actually buy/play the game".

That said, yeah... It's quite an idiotic idea to have in the game. Why not simply make the character bisexual, then?


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Orfamay Quest wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Tangentially relevant, anyway: blasters v. bullets. (EDIT: as everyone in TFA uses blasters.)

I think he's missing a very, very salient point: bullets leave holes in ships. Only suicidal idiots would carry them on ships in space. Otherwise, it could well be a solid theory. I'm curious what you guys think?

He lost me at about the sixth time he referred to a blaster as a "laser," which it self-evidently isn't. Laser shots are not visible, have no recoil, and there's no reason for them to be pulses. Lasers also don't deliver kinetic energy, so you wouldn't see objects moved or anyone thrown back by a laser.

To be fair, none of that is of much concern in an universe where explosions consistently light on fire and make lots of noise... In space.


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Yeah, when you level up you can put ranks in whatever skill you want. All that being a class skill does is give you a nice +3 bonus.


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Sundakan wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
Sundakan wrote:
Imbicatus wrote:

Punisher is not just a serial killer murdering criminals. That's Dexter.

Punisher has a Batman level obsession with justice, combined with a Judge Dredd level of sentencing criminals to death on the spot because he doesn't trust the legal system to dispense justice.

So he's a serial killer with a hero complex.

Dexter is the one who kills because he likes killing and then simply proceeds to find "acceptable" victims.

Punisher doesn't think of himself as a hero, but as a "necessary evil". He kills because he thinks that must be done to protect society, but also to satisfy his unquenchable thirst for revenge. How much he cares about actual justice varies a lot from writer to writer.

Right. Which makes him a serial killer who is aware what he is doing is bad, but has deluded himself into thinking his compulsion to kill is "necessary" or "justified".

Yup. Though it isn't a "compulsion" in the sense that he can't help but do it. That's closer to Dexter's case. Punisher does believe his ways are necessary and so he does it. Similar to how Dr.Doom honestly believes the world would be a much better place if he were in charge.

Their beliefs do not justify their actions, of course, but it's not what I'd call a compulsion.

Sundakan wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
Neither character is meant to be sympathetic or admirable... They are just meant to be interesting. They might have humanizing moments and their attitude might be understandable at times, but at the end of the day, they are both murderers. Trying to present them as heroes completely misses the point, IMO.
I agree...which is why I don't like the Punisher as a character, since most of what I've seen and read DOES portray him as a hero, where Dexter is unambiguously NOT.

To be fair, the only reason that's the case is because comic book characters go through many different writers in many different times. Dexter, being a TV series, doesn't have nearly as many authors...

I think he can be an interesting character. There are many stories where the villain are the most compelling character and many stories where the hero does terrible stuff but doesn't get as much backlash because it's presented in a positive light...

As long as the writer keeps in mind that the Punisher is not a good person, but a vengeful man with a twisted morality, his stories can be very entertaining.

Between him and Dexter, it's difficult to tell which one is a worse person...


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:

I was honestly pretty confused at all the talk about Poe when I exited the movie theater. He was such a minor character. Kinda like a slightly more prominent Wedge. I guess we could be generous and put him level with Lando*.

*Speaking of which, I really hope Lando Calrissian shows up in the next movie. He was always one of my favorites.

I think it's because he has a cool attitude and is presented as the best pilot in the Rebellion... But, yeah... I agree that he gets more attention than he deserves.


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I found out most of Kylo Ren and Rey toys were sold out.

Lots of Finn toys left, though, I think he didn't sell very well. Understandable, since he doesn't do a whole lot of cool stuff in the movie and doesn't have a cool armor like Phasma and the Stormtroopers. Same goes for Poe, but I think he doesn't have as many toys left because they didn't order all that many Poe toys, since he isn't one of the main characters.

Toys are pretty expensive, so if parents have to choose, it's understandable that they will prioritize Rey, Kylo Ren, Darth Vader and the Stormtroopers.

My nephew chose Han Solo, Chewbacca and Darth Vader... My niece got Rey, Chewbacca and Kylo Ren. Neither of them showed much interest in Poe or Finn. :/


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Sundakan wrote:
Imbicatus wrote:

Punisher is not just a serial killer murdering criminals. That's Dexter.

Punisher has a Batman level obsession with justice, combined with a Judge Dredd level of sentencing criminals to death on the spot because he doesn't trust the legal system to dispense justice.

So he's a serial killer with a hero complex.

Dexter is the one who kills because he likes killing and then simply proceeds to find "acceptable" victims.

Punisher doesn't think of himself as a hero, but as a "necessary evil". He kills because he thinks that must be done to protect society, but also to satisfy his unquenchable thirst for revenge. How much he cares about actual justice varies a lot from writer to writer.

Neither character is meant to be sympathetic or admirable... They are just meant to be interesting. They might have humanizing moments and their attitude might be understandable at times, but at the end of the day, they are both murderers. Trying to present them as heroes completely misses the point, IMO.


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Rhedyn wrote:
Lemmy wrote:

AC doesn't become meaningless, but it stops being a damage-denier and becomes a damage-mitigation tool.

Sure, the 1st and 2nd hit might always hit you... But the 3rd and 4th ones won't. It's the difference between taking 1~2 or 4~5 attacks.

Unless it's a natural attacker, so they only have 1st and 2nd attacks.

True... Luckily, those aren't the only opponents found in the game. And secondary natural attacks still suffer a -5, and that can make a huge difference if you have good AC.

Dragons do have a terrifying full attack routine, but even if they need a 5 to hit you, that means on average they'll miss 1~2 attacks per round... That can save your life.

I agree that AC is not as useful at higher levels as it is at low levels, but it never grows useless... Specially touch AC. A good touch AC only grows more and more important as the levels go up and rays and other touch attack abilities become more and more deadly.


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BTW, not sure if I mentioned this... But the new comic book series featuring Darth Vader are pretty good.


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Greylurker wrote:

Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash

2 episodes in and this is on my official watch list for the season now. On the surface this series is "Kids from earth stuck in a D&D like fantasy world"

Episode 2 however really sets the series apart from previous ones. The group has a fight against a single Goblin.

It is brutal, it is massy and it is something that takes it's tole on them both physically and mentally. The whole tone of the fight and how it affects our characters is a very different feel from other shows following the same premise.

Yeah, I'm really curious about this series... Two episodes in and I'm still not sure what kind of series it'll be.


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Jedis that use the both the Dark and the Light side of the Force... Since the expanded universe was wiped out from canon, I don't think they officially exist anymore.


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The movies do imply that the Dark side is a corruption o The Force, a conflict where there should only be serenity... So bringing balance to The Force would be destroying the Dark side, or more accurately, stop people from twisting The Force into something evil.

It makes sense, which is why the Jedi preach control over their emotions, though I think they gradually took it to the other extreme, culminating in the "Never Have Any Feeling" BS of the prequel trilogy.

Anakin brought balance to The Force by destroying the Sith while also teaching Luke that emotions can be positive as well (it was his fatherly love that brought him back to the Light, after all).


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Hama wrote:
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Hama wrote:
I never understood grown people who bought toys and kept them in their wrappers.
My PRECIOUS!
That good or bad?

I guess it depends on how much fun you want to have with your toys and how much you care about their market value.

Personally, I like to open all toys and figurines, then place them in cool poses around the house. Having Darth Vader fight Luke is much cooler than having both of them staring at nothing from inside their plastic bubble. :P


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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Realistically, I think that Kylo and Rey are so awesome at the Force because Abrams felt like he needed to "ramp up" the awesome for the new trilogy. That said, it's fun to imagine in-universe reasons. Like, maybe they're so good because there are only three Force users in the universe, so the Force works that much better for them. In Episode IV, you have Luke, and Vader, and Yoda, and the Emperor all running around doing stuff, so it was that much weaker -- they had a smaller piece of the pie. And in the prequels, Jedi get slaughtered easily because there were so many of them!

So the force obeys the law of conservation of ninjutsu... That... Makes is sound incredibly disappointing. :P

I don't remember where I saw something about Kylo Ren being powerful because he is in the limit between Light and Dark sides of The Force... But wouldn't that go against previous lore, where jedi/sith get more power the more they are aligned with their side of The Force?

I wonder what will be the explanation for Rey's abilities with the Force...


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Freehold DM wrote:
I think you are getting your movies confused - she wasn't very well represented in toys in avengers 1, not 2 iirc. And I think it was a specific type of toy, the dress-up one. Which was already facing problems because she (at the time) had a pair of guns as a iconic weapons. This is of course, assuming I am remembering things right.

I remember that happening in Avengers 1 I really didn't see many BW merchandises at the time...

But it really doesn't seem to be the case with TFA. When I bought toys for my nephew and niece, I could see Kylo Ren and Rey everywhere! Finn and Poe were harder to find, but they were there.

People are way too eager to shout accusations of bigotry these days...


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I can't help but wonder about the accuracy of the data...


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Trinam wrote:
Oh my god, they killed knightnday!

Don't worry! I'm sure some martial can ressurect him without using magic...

Oh... Right...


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Alzrius wrote:

Having just watched the latest episode of Utawarerumono: The False Faces, I'm beginning to get a little tired of Haku's character. It's not so much that he's lazy and self-indulgent (or even how that makes him seem cowardly), but that he becomes indignant whenever anyone wants him to do something, even when it's quite clearly important.

His whining in that regard is really beginning to grate on me.

Yeah... I really liked the original show... But this one is tiring. Nothing really happens, characters introductions feel forced, the protagonists barely do anything... Haku is supposed to be charismatic, but he doesn't really display any charisma other than characters magically liking him despite he not saying or doing anything remarkable.

At this point, I'm watching it just out of nostalgia for the old show... Hoping Hakuoro shows up and steals the show or something. :P


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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
If you don't want it done with summons (understandable, though I must point out that animal are often pretty weak summoning critters anyway), just say it's only possible for Animal Companions because they share a deep, mystical bond with the PC.
...or peanut butter.

I rather avoid an Animal Companion/peanut butter discussion... That's bound to go somewhere icky. XD


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Kalindlara wrote:
Blackvial wrote:
HWalsh wrote:

The GM should say:

"Your character is evil now. Changed by the vile energy that animates your corpse. You need to change your character's views on things. If you don't want to, then you can make a new character as this one becomes an NPC."

and that is a dick move on the part of the dm
If an enemy cast charm person on the PC and they didn't act as though charmed, I think the GM would be within their rights to control the PC's actions for them. This seems like a very similar situation to me.

Similar, but different... Turning Evil doesn't mean you're suddenly unable to control your actions. And there are many, many stories where evil creatures (including Undead and even Demons) turn good.

We have devils/demons turn good! How is being twisted by dark magic any worse than being a literal personification of evil!


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Hama wrote:
Using a jetpack and being knocked over by a blind man doesn't really scream competence.

But that happens in RoJ, not the Holiday Special... I think... Maybe it happens in the Holiday Special as well. I don't remember that movie very well.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
After the Battle of Endor, Chewbacca helped lead the New Republic effort to liberate Kashyyyk from Imperial rule. Once liberated, Chewie reconnected with his larger family on Kashyyyk.
And just in time for Life Day!

Ah! The one movie where Boba Fett is actually somewhat competent. XD


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KujakuDM wrote:

Off topic.

** spoiler omitted **

I honestly thought we were past this discussion considering the JJ quote and I ceded the point that cannibalism isn't evil all the time, its just chaotic all the time and evil some of the time.

I wouldn't even say it's Chaotic all the time. It might very well be a very old, respectable, lawful tradition preserved by a very old, respectable, lawful culture (that said, Law/Chaos is very poorly defined in PF).

I agree that committing acts of cannibalism probably won't make you very popular among most people... Personally, if my friend saved enough of me to resurrect me (assuming that's a real possibility and what I want), I wouldn't care. I might actually be pleased by the fact that my body made one last contribution to the team. I'd find it disgusting of course... The same way I think eating snails is disgusting... But disgusting isn't the same as morally wrong (or Chaotic).

(Also, forcing others to commit cannibalism could be considered "oppressing others", so that might actually qualify as Evil).


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KujakuDM wrote:

Again, off topic...

** spoiler omitted **...

I'd like to point out that the rules don't say cannibalism is evil, and that the man who said cannibals can't be completely lawful or good is not a rules-guys and often goes out of his way to say he's not a rules-guy.

So, yeah... Unless cannibalism is hurt, oppressing or killing others, it's not Evil.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
Here's hoping the following movies keep on showing the Stormtroopers as the scarily effective and cold-blooded soldiers they are supposed to be.
In this movie they make sure the first shots fired all hit their target.

Yeah, that's one of the things I love about this movie. :)


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
Yeah, I saw that... And it's cool and all... But it doesn't explain why he didn't at least have a blaster pistol (or did he have one and I simply don't remember?). Finn and his soon-to-be-killed friend were carrying rifles at the start of the movie.

He threw down his blaster and blast shield to subdue Finn (and to throw down some kewl action bits).

FN-2199 had a rivalry with Finn in their squad training. I'm sure there was some anger and over confidence in there as well.

Ah! So he does throw a blaster away! Cool. That satisfies my curiosity and fixes the only problem I had with the scene.

Here's hoping the following movies keep on showing the Stormtroopers as the scarily effective and cold-blooded soldiers they are supposed to be.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
The story behind FN-2199 (aka "Nines" aka TR-8R)

Yeah, I saw that... And it's cool and all... But it doesn't explain why he didn't at least have a blaster pistol (or did he have one and I simply don't remember?). Finn and his soon-to-be-killed friend were carrying rifles at the start of the movie.

I gotta say. I like how TFA shows the Stormtroopers as competent soldiers. I know the original trilogy didn't sell it very well, but at they are supposed to be really good at their job.


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
Here's hoping that lightsaber-blocking thing is used by Phasma to make her a real character... I'd hate for her to turn out to be the new trilogy's Boba Fett... Supposedly competent villain in cool armor who doesn't do anything well in the movie and is easily dispatched. :P
You left out that she was also easily intimidated into compromising the defense of that vitally important First Order base.

Well... Kinda... But at least she wasn't killed by a blind man... By accident.


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The funny thing is that even if an object is much harder than the other, that doesn't mean you're capable of using it to pierce the softer one... Depending on your strength it might take unreasonable amounts of effort or be simply impossible for a certain person to do it.


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Cole Deschain wrote:

LAH had bad marketing, it wasn't a bad movie.

It was actually a pretty funny deconstruction of Arnold's filmography up to that point.

Heh... The first time I saw that movie I missed 99% of the references (I was 6 years old. :P), all I recognized was T-1000 (because of my unyielding love for Terminator 2) and the Stallone Terminator poster (again: unyielding love for Terminator 2).

So, every time I watched it, I got more and more of the jokes and references. To me, that movie literally grew up with me, since it was bigger and better every time! XD


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The Last Action Hero!

Why it's good: Because it's mindless fun! So. Much. Fun! It's full of cheap references to other movies and silly, marvelous humor. I just love the scene where the heroes casually walk past T-1000 and Sharon Stone's character from Basic Instinct. XD

Why it's bad: Because... I have no idea! How can anyone not like this movie? Why do people say it's anything less than freaking awesome?!


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Didn't that guy have a blaster as well?

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