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    13 KB Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:19 No.3066231  
    You and a group of friends are walking through an industrial estate. Its been a long day, working for the most part, but also doing the shopping, and your just glad to be going home. Its early evening, and everything seems pretty normal, although there's an odd noise coming from somewhere close.

    You turn a corner to see a blue booth of some sort, and a rather sharply dressed man dashing towards you, yelling "Which way to the waterworks?!"

    What do you do /tg/?
    >> Schrödinger's Cat 11/26/08(Wed)08:24 No.3066237
    Direct him to a local authority figure who may be able to assist him then proceed with my prior plans.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:24 No.3066239
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    Push past the man and get into my Tardis.

    I have places to be!
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:27 No.3066240
    Tell him where it is then go home and barricade myself inside my house while preparing my guns. There's horrible alien rape coming and I'm not going to get caught with my pants down.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:27 No.3066241
    Tell him where it is then go home and barricade myself inside my house while preparing my guns. There's horrible alien rape coming and I'm not going to get caught with my pants down.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:27 No.3066242
    Tell him where it is then go home and barricade myself inside my house while preparing my guns. There's horrible alien rape coming and I'm not going to get caught with my pants down.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:27 No.3066243
    Tell him where it is then go home and barricade myself inside my house while preparing my guns. There's horrible alien rape coming and I'm not going to get caught with my pants down.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:27 No.3066244
    Tell him where it is then go home and barricade myself inside my house while preparing my guns. There's horrible alien rape coming and I'm not going to get caught with my pants down.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:27 No.3066245
    Tell him where it is then go home and barricade myself inside my house while preparing my guns. There's horrible alien rape coming and I'm not going to get caught with my pants down.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:27 No.3066247
    >sharply dressed

    Tennant is probably better dressed than ZUN. And that's a guy who knows how to look good.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:33 No.3066264
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:36 No.3066280



    Protip: If nothing displays but a white page, hit Reload, rather than going back and hitting submit again. Sometimes it freezes just before showing "Updating page", and it'll inform you if you're flooding.
    >> Agouri !!Q+SCob6iFc6 11/26/08(Wed)08:37 No.3066281
    "Doctor? Is that really you?"
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:41 No.3066296

    You hear a few days later about an explosion at the water plant, and a possible biochemical attack with terrorist origins being foiled by an unknown man. Your life proceeds as normal, but you can't help but feel you missed something.


    A few days pass, and nothing strange happens outside. the post starts to pile up, and rations are getting boring. plus the whole place reeks- you really should let some air in.


    He looks at you quizzically, then says "Yes, now show me the way to the waterworks. If I'm not there in half an hour, the contamination will have spread too far"


    You get into a rather interesting "The Two Doctors" style storyline, and have a jolly good time
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:43 No.3066299
    I call Men in Black.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:45 No.3066302

    They tell you a joint UNIT and Torchwood taskforce is covering this one, since its technically a British problem. They'd rather not get involved. Also, how the fuck did you get that number?

    >> Commissar Internet !!49Ay+6zEbfG 11/26/08(Wed)08:54 No.3066328
    I tell him to go down the road, then I head out to photocopy character sheets and pretend that I have a life.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:55 No.3066329
    Hmm... slightly worrying. Most reactions seem to be disinterest and avoidance. What about if this happened to a PC you had in an, up till then, relatively mundane modern era game?
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:57 No.3066334
    Coming in a bit, late, sure, but I shrug and say "This way, here, lemme show you".

    Then I lead the way, buoyed forward at faster speeds than I'd normally go from his sense of urgency.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)08:57 No.3066335
    Probably alot differently. Your PC going on dangerous adventures. Putting your real self in that same danger is far less appealing.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)09:05 No.3066356
    I take him there personally, then mention I know of a very nice little Chinese restaurant nearby.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)09:22 No.3066399

    ...Whose writing this story? Because if its Russell T Davies, you survive, have dinner and then gay buttsex with the Doctor. If its Moffat... well, your chances aren't good
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)09:40 No.3066461

    We really need that sticky back.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)09:41 No.3066467
    rolled 1 = 1

    Sorry, I haven't had sleep today. LET'S TRY AGAIN
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)09:47 No.3066479
    Are you kidding? RTD offs incidental characters with gay abandon, but Moffat has never permanently killed someone. I'd much rather be in one of Moff's scripts.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)09:49 No.3066485
    That's a good point. Almost everybody in The Satan Pit dies.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)09:57 No.3066506
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    It's Terry Nation, with Douglas Adams as script editor.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)10:03 No.3066511
    do I at least get to sleep with the doctor first
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)10:09 No.3066528
    Only if you end up in a story from 2005 to 2009. Everything from 1963 to 1994 has a rather British approach to the theme, the later stuff will hopefully omit all the RTD buttsechs.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)10:59 No.3066739
    Restating question more explicitly:

    I'm running a modern game (UA system, not setting) which is going to start as a relatively normal investigation into wierd shit. Then The Doctor turns up, and all hell breaks loose. I've got plans for if the PC's follow the doctor, attempt to help him, attempt to stop him, or simply investigate him. If they ignore him initially, the wierd stuff they investigate keeps leading back to him. I know, kinda railroady, but it still gives a degree of freedom.

    Now, how would you, as a player in the game, have your investigative and curious PC act when mad bloke in a blue box starts popping up all over the place?
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:21 No.3066851
    Be careful. It sounds like The Doctor may end up as a DMPC. Don't do that to The Doctor.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:24 No.3066868
    The Tennant Doctor already is an insufferable mary sue.
    >> Christmas Ape 11/26/08(Wed)11:25 No.3066880
    "Look. I don't know who you are or what the phone booth is all about, but some serious hoodoo tends to go down wherever we are." A pause to slot another couple rock-salt-and-liquid-teflon rounds into the Mossberg. "So if you know something lead, if you know just enough follow, and if neither fits you just stay out of the way. We've kind of got a rhythm going on, the four of us."
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:27 No.3066895

    Half of that problem is the shortened 1 hour episodes. People forget that the episodes used to be 2 hours long, in half hour serials. It makes for a much longer and more effective dramatic retelling where he doesn't have to come up with a solution in the final 15 minutes.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:29 No.3066908
    It doesn't help that RTD is already horribly bad at coming up with a resolution to all the insanely dangerous situations he keeps getting the Doctor into.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:29 No.3066909
    It also helps that the sonic screwdriver wasn't that do-it-all deus ex machina mcguffin before. Even then, it was actively shunned by some incarnations for "making it too easy".
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:30 No.3066917

    The Doctor will essentially be a walking plot device. I plan to keep him on the edges, doing odd but significant things while the PC's follow the trail of carnage he inevitably leaves.


    Damn, it'd nearly been a week since I saw that term. I thought /tg/ had actually learnt the real definition by now...


    >> Fhoor Kay-ohs ♥ 11/26/08(Wed)11:35 No.3066947
    I fall to the ground in a fetal position and suck my thumb and OH GOD HOW DID I GET TO BRITAIN? I DON'T REMEMBER A PLANE. HELP MEEEEE!
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:35 No.3066949
    The Doctor himself never was a mary sue kind of character. Then a fanboy named Russell T. Davies came about, made him "the last of his kind" while throwing in surviving time lords as he saw fit, gave him a new and improved do-it-all sonic screwdriver, gave him a gay IMMORTAL! sidekick (capitalisation and exclamation mark intentional)... well, the list goes on. I sincerely hope that a new producer and a new Doctor, both set for 2010, will redeem these facts.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:43 No.3066986
    THE. DOC-TOR?!

    >> Fhoor Kay-ohs ♥ 11/26/08(Wed)11:52 No.3067037
    Tsh, fine.

    I do this while also flashing my tits at the doctor.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:55 No.3067054
    42 minutes != 1 hour.
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)11:57 No.3067064
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    Did you say Waterworks, Doctor? I think we've got someone on the case already.

    Pic related.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)11:59 No.3067077
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    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:00 No.3067080
    What was pretty amusing was when in our first D&D session of our campaign we ended up fighting constructs. The Rogue blinds one...

    And the cleric and I both say at once "MY VIS-ION IS IMPAIRED!"

    Thankfully the DM "got" it. Not like when the cleric started saying Medic quotes from TF2.
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:01 No.3067083
    >Player Characters

    Choose one, Daleks.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:02 No.3067084
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:05 No.3067092
    Will "most weeaboo" suffice?

    *offers the party's DBZ-inspired Barbarian*
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:06 No.3067095
    Its the Bard. Its ALWAYS the Bard
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:09 No.3067101
    No, dumbass, we need the Bard for the next session to pacify the Stig.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:10 No.3067103
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    *kills Barbarian*

    *kills Bard*
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:13 No.3067104
    Well, shit. Enjoy your unstoppable berserker Stig, gentlemen.

    Also, fucking Mysquirrels on >>3067101. Took me six tries to post. Check the ventilation shafts, I think Jim might be trying to pull an inside job.
    >> Fhoor Kay-ohs ♥ 11/26/08(Wed)12:13 No.3067108
    ..Hey! That worked for all the other women on the show? What do they have that I don't?

    A low IQ?
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:15 No.3067120
    The Stig has no soul to calm.

    He is The Stig.

    The Stig can only be pacified by one of his cousins.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:15 No.3067121
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    >all the other women on the show
    Newfag detected.
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:16 No.3067123
    The enlistment requirements of the Medicus Sororitas are ridiculously higher for fellow xenos. I dunno why.
    >> Fhoor Kay-ohs ♥ 11/26/08(Wed)12:22 No.3067138
    I mean recently.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:22 No.3067140
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    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:29 No.3067156
    >I have times to be.

    I follow him, duh. "I don't know, let's find out."
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:30 No.3067166
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    I pont him in the right direction then find the nearest building that has stairs but no elevator and go to the highest floor.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:33 No.3067172
    You fool! Daleks can fly now! STAIRS CANNOT SAVE YOU!
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:34 No.3067174
    Normally I'd call you out for trying to ditch new-school Daleks via the stairs, but apparently this is a Nation/Adams episode with various new Who elements. DM, can we get some clarification?
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:34 No.3067175
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    I use my clever disguise to kill the Doc-tor
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:34 No.3067176
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    >> Drawde 11/26/08(Wed)12:35 No.3067178
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:37 No.3067180
    Token American guest star regards as suspicious, having never used pepperpots for his condiments. Make a Bluff at -2.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:38 No.3067185
    Daleks have been able to fly since at least 1988. Unless these are the daleks from the original serial, I wouldn't feel safe just being upstairs.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:42 No.3067197
    DM didn't expect things to get this far, and must abdicate for his weekly paranoia game. apologies.
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:42 No.3067198
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    I know they've flown since Rememberance. But I also know that both Nation and Adams weren't around to see it. Maybe Nation, but definitely not Adams.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:42 No.3067199
    Later Generation OldWho Daleks could also use ELEVATE
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:43 No.3067202
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:44 No.3067206

    See >>3067185 and >>3067198. Disregard .gif, though, it's a Davidson.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:45 No.3067210
    they fly now :(
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:49 No.3067223
    Davros as the BBEG for a Forgotten Realms campaign. Discuss.
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:52 No.3067239
    Better idea: Davros backdoored into 40k.

    The Warp is encroaching entropy from an alternate universe where the Reality Bomb went off as planned.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:54 No.3067242
    On the other hand it's apparently a Tenth Doctor story, so they're probably new series daleks.
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)12:58 No.3067250
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    Yes, yes, we've already established that it's a new-school story with Terry Nation at the helm (see >>3066506). Now get on with it!
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)12:58 No.3067251
    Your PCs think there's just this big orc invasion... and then they see the women and children. They aren't invading, they're running.

    Then the Daleks attack.

    Then half of your PCs run away screaming, and the other half, people who don't know about Dr. Who, get to be EXTERMINATED.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:07 No.3067293
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    Must have put a lot of ranks in bluff.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:13 No.3067310
    Pfft, the Dalek's are like Necron-lite, and the Imperium deals with them....well, pretty poorly, but they can actually fight back.
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)13:15 No.3067319
    Hmm, do Bolter rounds have enough force to compromise the new Daleks' anti-everything fields?

    And what if an Ork manages to loot a Mark 4 Travel Machine and fit a Squig inside?
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:18 No.3067327
    Concentrated point fire. Also lascannon.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:20 No.3067334
    Actually, guardsmen would probably crush the daleks due to overwhelming numbers of energy weapons. They'd be better at it than marines even.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:26 No.3067351
    Orks wit tiemy machins. Dis gunna be gud
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:27 No.3067362
    That. With Daleks, it dosn't matter how powerful a weapon is in the low range, you just need to focus on a single point. Exceptions are heavy weapons. The larger the weapon, the more certain the kill.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:31 No.3067385
    Daleks in 40k? Boring

    The Weeping Angels or the shadow-mite things from The Library would be much more interesting
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:36 No.3067405
    The angels suck as an entire legion of guardsmen watch them.

    The vashta nerada are killed by the guardsmen's millions of flashlights.
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)13:37 No.3067414
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    But in the grim darkness of the far future, EVERYBODY has two shadows minimum.

    Vashta Nerada are too easy a TPK.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:39 No.3067425

    Guard regiment camping in the ruins of an old imperial church, oh look at those interesting statues. well, good night lads, keep and eye out.

    In the morning, empty camp, and very satisfied angels.

    vashta nerada infested space hulk. a barrel of laughs.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:49 No.3067479
    I'd rather see the Silurians re-emerging on Terra...
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:51 No.3067485
    OK, speculation time:
    The Emperor is in fact Captain Jack Harkness, kept in stasis for ten millenia. Switch off the Golden Throne, and he just resurrects.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)13:56 No.3067503
    The Emperor is far too manly.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)14:10 No.3067541
    Jack Harkness is the EPITOME of manliness - he will bone anything, given mutual sexual attractiveness. Takes a real man to do that.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)14:20 No.3067579
    Dear /tg/,
    I want to bear your children.
    That's all.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)14:23 No.3067592

    Doesn't even need to be particularly attractive. He flirted up a storm with Rees' secretary in Meat and seemed fairly genuine. The only person I've seen him not take a liking to was Donna, who ironically was hanging all over him.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)14:28 No.3067612
    That has to be somewhat significantMaybe that's simply a protection mechanism to keep her from REMEMBERING.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)14:31 No.3067635

    His avoidance of her affectations was happening before the whole Donna BONG. Besides, the Doctor and her family are the only ones who know about it.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)14:35 No.3067657
    Probably because he's in a happy gay relationship at the moment?
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)14:38 No.3067670

    Pfffff like a relationship has ever stopped him from goofing about.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)15:29 No.3067858
    From the Cain books, they already have experience in Doctor Who tactics.

    "Big red thing, five rounds rapid!"
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)15:31 No.3067872
    So apparently Barrowman is a better kisser than Sarah Michelle wossname who played Buffy.

    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)15:38 No.3067902
    Who did this comparison?
    >> Andy Waltfeld !8/moXpMo8Q 11/26/08(Wed)15:54 No.3068018
    I'd say a Whedonfag, but it's actually critical of a Whedon property.

    My respect for Joss is limited, if mostly because I never got The WB until it was far too late for me to get into Buffy.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)15:56 No.3068040
    >too late for me to get into Buffy

    Consider yourself fortunate, buffyfag is perhaps the lowest of the fandoms, right there above Furries and trekies, but not as bad as Warhammer players or Girls who like Twilight.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)16:02 No.3068091
    The guy who played Spike. James Marsters or something?
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)16:15 No.3068167
    Normal trekkies are actually quite reasonable, but you have to bear in mind that a trekkie invented the term Mary Sue.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)16:22 No.3068222
    Most of the people I know who like Trek are pretty sane, despite liking a pretty poor show. TOS was epic, TNG had its moments, DS9 was relatively good but everyone hated it, Voyager was WARP TEN JANEWAYSALAMANDER SEX, Enterprise was... well, apparently it became tolerable just before it was cancelled.

    Star Wars fans are worse. That universe is just unrelentingly bad once you get beyond Empire, and maybe Jedi.

    I like Stargate, I must admit. Starts off a bit meh, but then the actors start getting into it, and you end up watching just to see them walk into a boring plot and have fun. Then they introduce Ba'al who is the best villain ever, and thankfully keep him around for pretty much the rest of the show. It gets worse, but... well, SG-1's always managed to pull it together for good episodes even in the more uninspired periods. It also has the distinction of being one of the few SF stories to not only do a time travel episode well, but to do multiple time travel episodes well. Even its clipshows can be good.

    I guess I like it because it's nowhere near as serious business as the other major SF shows.

    And I <3 Doctor Who because I am British and it's in my blood, along with Red Dwarf and fish & chips.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)16:28 No.3068259
    This, ten times over
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)16:30 No.3068268

    Fucking run like hell and don't look back.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)16:33 No.3068282
    I'd direct him, say I'd like to come with him but I don't have tits. Or charismatic gayness.

    Remember the first episode of last season? With the old man? Doctor should have taken him with him. Would have been great.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)16:49 No.3068414
    I remember that episode very well. Why the fuck didn't he take him? He was interesting, he was wise, but nooOOOooo, he had a dick! He wasn't some 20-30 something attractive woman who the Doctor could get into wacky situations with.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)16:52 No.3068439
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    I ask him if he can hear the drumming.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)17:07 No.3068550
    I know. And with the glimpses of the Doctor's future we've been getting it looks like more of the same. I like the old wise companion cliche. It's nice.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)17:16 No.3068589
    which wise old man in which episode? >_>
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)17:35 No.3068676
    Donna's grandpa.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)18:08 No.3068806
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    Just whipped this up in photoshop now.

    /tg/ inspired me.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)18:11 No.3068815
    I always though SG-1 should have ended after they killed the Replicators and got rid of Anubis For Good This Time. They'd resolved all the major conflicts, Sam's dad died, the Jaffa were free, etc etc. That's a good place to end the show.

    But no, Ben Browder had to come along and hijack the show for some reason. Oh and the Ori are totally not Goa'uld.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)18:14 No.3068826
    ah, he was too awesome for the TARDIS D:
    >> [Subject Name Here] 11/26/08(Wed)18:17 No.3068832
    >Then they introduce Ba'al who is the best villain ever
    fucking signed. There's something about Ba'al that's just...awesome.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)18:20 No.3068844
    The fact that he's a Magnificent Bastard on par with Kane?
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)18:26 No.3068865
    Such a Magnificent Bastard he decided one body wasn't Magnificent enough for his Bastardness and cloned himself to be a Magnificent Bastard many times over on Earth.
    >> Doctor ? !yOVYMaY/uQ 11/26/08(Wed)20:25 No.3069391
    The issue with Daleks is that on-screen they seem like the most easily defeated of all creatures. May I remind you that the Daleks are the only race who managed to fight the Timelords to mutual desctruction?

    Suffice to say I think that a Dalek Empire in it's prime with the full might of the Deathsmiths of Goth in their..er...plungers...would wreak absolute havoc upon the 40k universe.

    That and there's the sheer number of them. Take the numbers and WAAAAGH (EXTERMINATE!) mindset of the Orkz, and combine that with the genocidal mission of "kill everything that lives" of the Necrons, and the advanced technology of the Tau, then mash it all together into one race.

    Scary shit.
    >> Anonymous 11/26/08(Wed)20:48 No.3069501
    technology of the tau?

    fuck no. Daleks have elfdar-style manoeuvrability (lol falcons made of cheese), and some kind of horrible deathray far nastier than the tau, and shields that take the concentrated fire of pretty powerful weapons to pierce. One dalek is a death machine, an army of them takes deus ex machina (and quite literally; rose WAS a godlike being that came out of a machine when she beat them)

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