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    174 KB Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:51 No.9516333  
    It's that time again. Post what you got.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 04/29/10(Thu)20:52 No.9516341
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:52 No.9516343
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:52 No.9516350
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:53 No.9516356
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    Neytiri. God, she's so sexy. I wish I was a crippled overentitled ignorant white man so alien bitches would fuck me.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:53 No.9516357
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    I understand completely
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:53 No.9516367
    i never noticed this before, but why are the marines' uniforms from avatar decorated with missing no. pokemon?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:54 No.9516385

    Digital camouflage, good sir.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:55 No.9516396

    I know you're joking but that aside, ignoring the context of the film for a moment, did anyone find the Navi sexy at all? I found myself far more attracted to Sigourny Weaver, I'd swear she becomes more and more beautiful the older she gets.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:55 No.9516401
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:55 No.9516404
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    Man, those guys were playing Starcraft 2 all wrong. Banshees without cloaking against enemy air units? No siege tanks? Might as well be charging the enemy with your starting SCV's and not doing anything else.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:56 No.9516412
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:56 No.9516427
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:56 No.9516428

    this. I was so pissed when she died.
    >> Lace !Z8CM53dU66 04/29/10(Thu)20:56 No.9516437
    She's like wine.

    Damnit, I've already masturbated twice today. I'm trying to keep it down to one.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 04/29/10(Thu)20:57 No.9516443
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:58 No.9516452
    cook something without removing the entrails?
    congratulations! your meal now literally tastes like
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:59 No.9516468
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)20:59 No.9516470
    Sigourney was fine as hell in that shitty movie. Strangely, I don't find her attractive at all in Alien, probably largely due to my hsitef for plumber's crack. Aliens, on the other hand... Then again, that was probably thanks largely to the powerloader fight. Yum. No, I don't think anybody was actually attracted to the Heylistens. I know some people claim to be, but I've also noticed that those same people were the hipsters who tried to get me to turn my metal down, then, the moment Brutal Legend came out, asked me to hook them up with some, ugh, Metallica mp3s.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:00 No.9516480
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    i respect sigourney weaver alot, but i honestly don't think i could bring myself to being attracted to her in any way. also her avatar form looked retarded. like actually retarded, just had that downs syndrome look.

    michelle rodriguez was the hottest thing in the movie anyway
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:01 No.9516511

    I didn't, but I'm some weird stick in the mud who doesn't have any fetishes, so I may just be the odd one out here.

    Okay, one fetish. But I doubt hats count.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:03 No.9516534

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:03 No.9516537
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    Perhaps I am so magnificently cracked out on caffeine tablets that the language processing part of my brain is frying itself out as its personal way of telling me to find a goddamn doctor, but I can't make sense of what you're saying.
    >> Lace !Z8CM53dU66 04/29/10(Thu)21:03 No.9516541
    I like to think that their internal organs have all been pulled out and replaced with stuffing.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:03 No.9516547
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:04 No.9516556
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    >Hat Fetish

    Inb4 Touhou
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:04 No.9516560
    Anyone have the one like this about the race that thinks they're superior, ends with "We have found your homeworld, there will be no survivors." or something along those lines?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:04 No.9516567
    Yes. Rodriguez is always hot. You notice they didn't dare put her into one of those pigmentally challenged Kharim Abdul Jabbars?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:05 No.9516570
    "Stuffing". Yeah, there are some interesting "juices" on display there.

    Furry guroporn displaying impressive anatomical inaccuracy, too. Those are some weird bones.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:05 No.9516573

    Tell me you have the Photoshop'd picture that features Picard getting the brushiebrushiebrushie treatment.

    I don't care if you don't actually have it. Tell me sweet, sweet lies.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:05 No.9516576

    Word up, she ages like a fine wine.

    That said, I found myself far more attracted to Quaritch than the Navi
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:06 No.9516592
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    In during Burmicians...
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:06 No.9516605
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    Well, fuck, who wouldn't be?

    Look at the assertive way the man drinks. I'm rock hard just from seeing the thumbnail to select it for upload.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:07 No.9516608

    All they needed would be marines, medivacs and marauders. MAYBE a raven or two.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:08 No.9516634
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    You are in luck, good Anon.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:08 No.9516635

    >freakish knuckles, somehow humanlike rodent face

    Mother of God. This is the perfect Freya.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:09 No.9516665
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    Have some Vader with your Picard.
    >> A Dead /co/mrade 04/29/10(Thu)21:10 No.9516666
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    WHAT DO WE DO?!?!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:10 No.9516670
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    Even his name is a combination of sexy and bad ass. Quaritch.



    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:10 No.9516676
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:11 No.9516701
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    I can't watch any movie nowadays without comparing them to other settings. For some reason Avatar ending with Samus blowing up the planet in my head.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:12 No.9516713
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    Let's rock!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:12 No.9516725
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:13 No.9516744
    Navi, the fairy from Ocarina of time, always shouting "HEY! LISTEN!" right in your ear? I figured, you know, they share a name, and are even more annoying, I'ma call them Heylistens. I rename shit, sort of my token shittoss at pretentious douchebags. I also refer to the protagonist of Twilight as Bertha Duck. Or were you wigged out by the reference to Brutal Legend? It's a video game, all about Heavy Metal and the fantasy settings with which it shares an inspiration loop. The Poser Squad was pretending to be metal after it came out, because they'd decided they liked it without playing it, because it was made by the guy who made Psychonauts, a game they also never played, but heard was really good and didn't make any money, so must have been indie. They then proved they have no taste by implying that Metallica was good before they sold out, when any metalhead could tell you Metallica never sold out, they were just always shitty, then they started making money and producing boy bands. I hope that explains my post, and doesn't overload your caffeine-fried brain. On the bright side, it could just be that my brain lacks sufficient caffeine to post coherently.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:13 No.9516746
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    As a furfag, I am offended that shitty blue catgirls are being bundled in with my fine arts. They don't even have a proper coats!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:14 No.9516758
    I like that one. I LIKE that one.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:14 No.9516761
    See >>9516412
    >> A Dead /co/mrade 04/29/10(Thu)21:15 No.9516771
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:15 No.9516786

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:15 No.9516790
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    >> Iron Lung 04/29/10(Thu)21:16 No.9516804
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    Catgirls are so artless, it's true.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:16 No.9516812
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    The best part of the movie
    prove me wrong
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:17 No.9516825
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:18 No.9516855
    Excerpt from Pandora Incident Report: Administrator Selfridge Reporting

    After the disastrous loss of life and material due to the failed eviction of the Na’vi, I made the difficult decision not to attempt to hold Hell’s Gate. Although our automated static defenses were quite operational, the death of Colonel Quaritch and 70% of SecOps combat staff made it abundantly clear that any attempt to resist the Na’vi would only result in further loss of mission critical personnel.

    After overseeing successful regrouping aboard the ISV Venture Star, I called a meeting of all surviving high level staff to discuss our next move. Although the Pandorans had allowed us to take as much as we could transport with us into orbit, we had no means of replenishing our food supplies while offworld. Moreover, the Venture Star did not have enough cryobays to accommodate all employees, either to make the return voyage to Earth or to stay in cryosleep until the next starship en route arrived. A unanimous decision was made by all upper level staff. Drastic action had to be undertaken to ensure the survival of not only the over two hundred employees under our care, but also the future of the entire Pandoran colonization and mining effort.

    Orbital surveillance revealed that the victorious Na’vi had all gathered around the “Tree of Souls” in some sort of ritual. In attendance were several former RDA personnel, including the now infamous “Jake Sully”. Understand that the actions of these defectors led directly to the deaths over 100 RDA personnel. Colonial law is clear on the authority of colonial administrators in sentencing under such circumstances.
    >> A Dead /co/mrade 04/29/10(Thu)21:19 No.9516860
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:19 No.9516862
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    Oh. OH.

    I'm terribly sorry. Have a Heylisten for your troubles.
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:19 No.9516870
    Using EVA suits and industrial mining equipment we had taken with us from the surface, we detached one of the ISV Venture Star’s twin engines and reattached it to a landing craft, which was then rigged to be controlled remotely. I understand that nearly half the Venture Star’s monumental cost is contained in its engines. I further understand that RDM currently owns only ten such interstellar vessels. However, weighing the cost of one ship, no matter how expensive, against several hundred lives and the colonization of the most valuable world currently known, well, what else could I have done? Moreover, had we not taken this drastic action, all ships en route (or sent during the five year delay before any report reached Earth) would have been similarly stranded in Pandoran airspace, lacking fuel for the return journey and with little means of obtaining more.

    While the Na’vi were still gathered at the “Tree of Souls”, the refitted landing craft was accelerated by the full power of an interstellar engine towards the planet’s surface. The impact event utterly destroyed the “Tree of Souls”, as well as the approximately 2,000 natives gathered there, and the remainder of the human defectors who had “gone native”. This was all done within 24 hours of evacuation.

    The effect of this attack was immediate and more drastic than I had dared hope. Apparently, the late Dr. Augustine was correct in surmising the tree’s pivotal place in the greater Pandoran biosphere. After the tree’s destruction, a mass die off of native flora (and thus fauna) occurred in a radius of approximately 350 kilometers. Moreover, all surviving Na’vi fled the area. Orbital surveillance revealed that entire tribes relocated in response to this event, presumably to other areas with surviving floral networks.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:20 No.9516882
    Thus, less than two weeks after being driven from the planet’s surface, we found ourselves back in Hell’s Gate. Moreover, due to the mass die off of native plant life and relocation of natives, many previously inaccessible mining sites were now quite open. The fact that we no longer had to constantly fight against encroaching flora, and travel in strength due to hyper-aggressive fauna, provided further savings. Concern over another assault by Na’vi in response to the destruction of the “Tree of Souls” proved to be unfounded. The Na’vi had learned a harsh lesson, and now they strenuously avoid any contact with human machines or personnel.

    In conclusion, any censure for my actions should be taken in light of the following projected earnings report:

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:20 No.9516889
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:21 No.9516900
    "The Planet is a vast Sentient Organic Computing Network" is now one of those "Not Cannon, but makes the movie better" theories, like Neo never leaving the Matrix.

    The Planet is fully aware of what's going on, and the instant it knew just what it was up against, it struck like the fist of an angry god.

    Look at the thing. All of it's eco-systems are so perfect.... unlike Earth's biome where as it was said, it was a billion year cage fight to the death, all the creatures on Pandora exist at the Whim of Eywa. What does it care if "cells" die, so long as they're replaced? All the creatures are programmed to behave in a certain fashion, including the Na'Vi. There is no real free will. Just a cold calculated precision. Hell, it probably messes with their brains every time they uplink in order to make sure that their "Operating System" is running right.

    Which means Jake Sully was lured by the Siren song of the Na'Vi, and then was indoctrinated by the foul Xenos when he allowed the malicious planet intelligence to access his brain.

    Eywa is now Xenomorph-tier evil.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:22 No.9516920

    Looks like a vagina.

    I wanna fuck it.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:22 No.9516922
    Thank you. I love it. I was hoping I wasn't the first to make that connection, considering I waited until I could torrent that garbage and watch it with the Rifftrax.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:22 No.9516923
    No, not quite. Ancient race incorporates other ones, talks about chastising humans and so on. They're disjointed, and they think they can pick humans off one by one, but end up uniting them.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:22 No.9516933

    >In conclusion, any censure for my actions should be taken in light of the following projected earnings report:

    Fucking brilliant.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:23 No.9516944
    Does anyone else remember that part of the movie where Sigourney Weaver's character was talking about there being "ten to the fourth" connections between trees and "ten to the twelfth" trees on the planet or something? Am I the only one who thought that that was weird?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:23 No.9516954
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:24 No.9516972
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    Needs more mindworms.

    Old pasta is still delicious.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:24 No.9516973
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    Suddenly, I feel compelled to pirate the DVD and tell people about your version of how it all went down while I make them watch it for free.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:26 No.9517019
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    I'm really looking forward to that sequel.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:27 No.9517042
    Maybe this time we'll bring better spaceships.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:28 No.9517056
    The arching sky is calling
    Troopers back to their trade.
    And the lights below us fade.

    Out ride the sons of Terra,
    Far drives the thundering jet,
    Up leaps a race of Earthmen,
    Out, far, and onward yet ---

    We pray for one last landing
    On the globe that gave us birth;
    Let us rest our eyes on the friendly skies
    And the cool, green hills of Earth.

    Robert A. Heinlein
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:29 No.9517067
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    We dodge.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:29 No.9517085

    Come on apes you want to live forever?!......

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:30 No.9517094
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    Not mindworms. Mindworms paralyze you with psychic terror and then bore into your head and lay larvae in your brain.

    For no other reason but the fact that PLANET HATES YOUR GUTS
    >> Harmless 04/29/10(Thu)21:34 No.9517144
    they are mind worms from the game alpha centari
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:34 No.9517147

    Morganite propaganda, the mindworms only attack when shortsighted ecologically disastrous policies provoke a response from the Planet-mind.

    We Gains never have do deal with random mindworm attacks. Anyone who says differently is a filthy Morganite liar or deluded believing fool.
    >> Lace !Z8CM53dU66 04/29/10(Thu)21:34 No.9517162
    >like Neo never leaving the Matrix.
    That's not a theory, it's intentional.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:36 No.9517191
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    >We dodge.

    Your freeform roleplaying is showing.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:37 No.9517208
    Strictly speaking, I'm not sure if that image was *supposed* to be mindworms; I found it here some time ago in a random horror thread. But they're close enough, save that they're burrowing/eating places other than the head.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:38 No.9517226
    >Dodging an improvised nuke/meteor
    You're a silly goose.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:38 No.9517229

    It's the traditional response to wall-of-text "I win" poses, what did you expect?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:39 No.9517244

    Nah, it's not too hard if you see it coming. The trick is finding the little red dot though...
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:39 No.9517247
    Ok, you reflexively dive a full hundred metres to the side in one smooth movement, landing steady on your feet.

    The massive engine slams into your planet at relativistic speeds. You die anyway.

    And then the dust cloud triggers an ice age and fucks your ecosystem.

    Intertial planetary bombardment: serious shit.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:39 No.9517259

    No sillier than the masturbatory "nuke the planet" post it was in response to.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:40 No.9517282

    Masturbatory nukes are the best kind of nukes! Excuse me while I find 34 of some nukes...
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:41 No.9517306
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    Hey Humans.

    Want some cake?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:44 No.9517356
    But, this:
    >michelle rodriguez was the hottest thing in the movie anyway
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:45 No.9517362
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    The planet dodges, too.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:45 No.9517374
    >I mad
    Cool story
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    Suddenly, elves!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:46 No.9517394
    :3 silly navi planets cant move at the speed needed to dodge something coming this fast on a non cosmic scale
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:49 No.9517440
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    this is how avatar should have ended
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    he's 'riding' it.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:51 No.9517489

    Isn't that how it did end? "I can't let you do that, humans."
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    Did somebody say Elfs?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:53 No.9517519
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:55 No.9517539
    The subtle racial butthurt this thread is devolving into is good times.

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:55 No.9517542
    I am just now realising that pandora is just Hal, having made himself the biggest supercomputer ever, planet sized, and incorporating biotech ( basically hitch hikers guide to the galaxy style), they even link with hal regularly and once their bodies become useless they're recycled into other programs to save space.

    when threatened with destruction of a major part of his systems he collected his available programs and fought back.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:58 No.9517598
    Except this is humanity against aliens for the sake of survival (or has this been retconned)?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:58 No.9517600

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    Elves cause cancer.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:59 No.9517615

    I can do it to.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:59 No.9517621
    everything ever has been retconned and no longer exists, please proceed to the nearest neural booth for memory alteration
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)21:59 No.9517624
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    no silly,

    >humans chrash pod on planet
    >malevolent ai slowly subverts both local life and transient entities through world network
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:01 No.9517653
    It was supposed to, but nowhere in the movie was it mentioned that Earth is a shithole and that mining Pandora would alleviate Earth's problems. All to make sure that no one could really empathize with the humans.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:01 No.9517656
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    Not reporting to to neural booth promptly is treason. Treason is punishable by death.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:01 No.9517657
    could pandora be infected with a biovirus? that travels via their weird tentacle connector things?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:02 No.9517672
    The Eldar are finer opponents than the Na'vi and they aren't afraid to cooperate with us, rather than hug their trees and be pains in the ass.

    Screw former Marines turned PMC morons. Let's send in the USCMC they'll steamroll Pandora within days. Minimum casualties and loss to our assets.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:02 No.9517673
    But what is death punishable by?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:03 No.9517680
    i thought they talked about how the humans killed their mother? and are therefore paying the consequences?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:03 No.9517682
    Just need to get that big tree and problem's solved. No need to waste valuable resources on a virus when a strike from orbit can get to the same end.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:03 No.9517690
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:04 No.9517693
    Even if that were true, it wouldn't justify what they did.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:04 No.9517698
    it isnt punished, its rewarded, no proceed to your nearest neural booth for terminat-- I mean compensation
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:05 No.9517703
    I would love for friend computer to land on pandora

    Being blue is treason
    Destroy the blue communist
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:05 No.9517704
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    An AI system doing biological experimentation.

    Pathetic insects. Witness her glory. Pandora are an evolution of The Many.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:05 No.9517708
    it's humanity, what we do is always justified
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:05 No.9517710
    Unscheduled death is treason.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:06 No.9517730
    Anybody ever think of the networking capabilities that could be created from simply harnessing Pandora's biology into a reproducible form? Brain-to-tech connections with weapons and armor at the least, full blown psionics at the best.

    Slash and burn over mining sites, but I say the natives should be captured and experimented on, along with copious samples of wildlife and vegetation.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:07 No.9517742
    suicide is punishable by death, which in turn is punishable by death....

    and with the newly developed reanimation technology you will be punished for every crime you commit, in life or in death
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:08 No.9517746
    Justify? Fuck that, we aren't catgirl elf Communist smurfs. We're humans. It's a reason, and reason is all a human needs to nuke the shit out of some faggots.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:08 No.9517754
    You make me think of this, I saw this on a forum once and saved it for rage material.

    This is you right here, this is how stupid you sound
    This, SO much.I swear, far to many people fail to realize that just because
    its what you had to do doesnt mean its right or even nessercary
    I mean, if a nuke was hidden somewhere in a city, and the only way to find it was to
    torture the bomb's creator, that would be wrong, even if it would save lives it should not be

    That post is about droping the bombs on japan in case you dont understand
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:09 No.9517757
    Indeed. Looks like you ran out of clones, faggot.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:09 No.9517766
    why the hell didn't they just glass the planet form orbit? instead they had to set up crappy camps and attempt to overcome the wildlife, if they'd just glassed it and not told anyone then no-one would have been the wiser
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:11 No.9517782

    Because the stockholders wouldn't stand for it. Explained in the movie.

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:11 No.9517788
    Those nukes on Japan were completely necessary, just so you know. Better those 200k die than 1.5 million US soldiers ALONE and countless civilian causalities.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:11 No.9517790

    I'd run panting and sweating through her corridors if you know what I mean.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:11 No.9517791
    I have only 3 fetishes

    scarfs, captain hats and pantie hoes
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:12 No.9517804
    Yes. We will not only rape your shit, we will then repurpose that shit to facilitate the rape of the shit of other faggots on other worlds. Humanity. It's what we are. It's what we lack. Fuck yeah.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:13 No.9517815
    you must throw excellent parties
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:13 No.9517825
    Oh I completely agree. But to say that what we did in the movie is not justifiable because earth was dying just fucking makes me rage


    We look out for US FIRST then we can give a shit about the poor africans,navi,muslims whatevertheflavorofthemonthis
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:14 No.9517836
    Bullshit. There is only one reason, justification, no, DEMAND for our inevitable dominance of the stars.

    The religous call it a divine mandate, or birthright.
    The non-religious deem it survival of the fittest.

    Whichever side you are on - there is a very legitimate reason to kill or enslave every last pathetic xeno scum that may be lurking out there:

    Because we can.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:14 No.9517842
    Actually, it depends really. Japan was going to starve to death from the US blockade without a single American having to set foot. The firebombing would've also worn the Japanese as well, even kill more civilians than the atomic bombings. Then there's also the threat of the brutal Soviet forces threatening to invade.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:15 No.9517844
    so 'we wont stand for wiping it out form orbit' but 'send marines down to secure it and kill everything hostile and secure mining zones' is ok? 'oh and btw, everything down there is hostile...'
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:15 No.9517848
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    Fuck yeah.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:15 No.9517854
    As a cortex reaver, I'd serve her well, if you know what I mean.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:15 No.9517858
    Climb every mountain, nuke every tard!
    Kill every xeno, until you rule the galaxyyyyyyyyyyy!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:16 No.9517865
    yeah but the starvation would have killed MILLIONS not just a few thousand.

    In war you got to trade the worse currency of all, that of lives. Nukes were the only way
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:16 No.9517869
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    I swear to all that is holy, if there is a sequel, fucking Cameron better do it right and fulfill the "Humans are the real Cosmic Horror Eldritch Abominations" thing it should have had going to begin with, and have the stupid Space Smurfs wiped out by horrors they cannot comprehend.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:18 No.9517890
    Exactly, we couldn't wait since those goddamn commies were already flooding Manchuria and were beginning to move into northern Korea. The world is a better place because of the hard decisions that were made. Of course, they may have even farther stretching consequences than we can imagine, but that's someone else's problem.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:18 No.9517894
    remember that Japans philosophy was to never surrender, so they would have kept on fighting, even though the US was pushing them back,

    and the world needed one big showing of the destruction of nuclear weaponry and they haven't been used again,
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:18 No.9517896
    When the history of her glory is written, I'd be only a footnote to her magnificence, if you catch my drift.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:19 No.9517919
    >"fail to realize that just because its what you had to do doesnt mean its right or even nessercary"
    >"what you had to do"
    >not"nessercary" [sic]
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:20 No.9517924
    Makes them feel better.
    Glassing it from orbit is like nuking a city. There's no chance of survivors and everything dies, and will stay dead for the next several decades.

    Marines go in, blow things up and secure the site. Plausible chance of survivors/prisoners, surrounding eco system might eventually recover. Also restoring the blasted areas will make a great political/charity campaign someday.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:21 No.9517937
    Yeah I dont even understand it either man
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:21 No.9517949
    Not really sure, but the Japanese were strongly considering surrendering to the Allies once the Soviets started marching towards them. Can't say it's true or not, just that the surrender of Imperial Japan was just a matter of time, full-scale invasion of Japan or not, the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombing or not.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:21 No.9517950
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:21 No.9517953
    surely nukes isn't the strongest weapon they have in the future, im sure they would develop a weapon of mass destruction without the horrible fallout afterwards
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:23 No.9517969
    Fuck yes. Everyone would be happy. Cameron can suck Al Gore's cock and bitch about how mean humans are (even though he's getting paid millions by them) and we can think of how awesome we are for killing another alien species in a movie.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:23 No.9517978
    I thought Navi were sexy. Really fucking sexy. It was mainly the lower torso that did it for me, it just looked so tight and sleek. The sharp teeth and anamilistic nature played a big part too, just imagine being fucked by one. She'll be biting and tearing into your back with her nails.
    I do admit, though i dont like to, that at times their faces looked fucking retarded. Like down syndrome retarded.

    Im not a hipster, im just being honest.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:23 No.9517982
    Fuel-air or thermobaric weaponry, maybe?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:23 No.9517984

    Are you IMPLYING that starving a people to death and going through a horrible war of attrition is better than a quick show of power?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:24 No.9517988
    Enjoy realizing that they have no vaginas.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:25 No.9518023
    yeah along those lines, also, considering this is the future can we not clean up radiation, seems like it would be necessary considering how industrial everything seems to be
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:26 No.9518048
    Even in the back-story (amazing, I know, there's a back story), the whole Avatar project was led by a Doctor LOVECRAFT and called the "Dark Dreamers Project."

    SERIOUSLY. They'd better fix the epic fail that was the first movie.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:26 No.9518050
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:27 No.9518065
    Avatar: a gateway drug to furfaggotry.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:27 No.9518067

    no... I get it all with my wife
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:27 No.9518069
    slowpoke.jpg on self.

    Seriously, I just followed a combo and found this. What the fuck is it? Is it in a haiku format or some faggotry? I DON'T GET IT!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:28 No.9518079
    It would be great to find that our First Contact will be to a species of monsters that can only be found dwelling in the darkest caverns of our bleakest and most evil nightmares, and then that would shape our ENTIRE foreign policy when dealing with aliens.

    We'd either become the biggest kids on the block or the crazy one that gets snuffed out in a vicious drive-by. Either way, we'd never be a bitch to nobody.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:28 No.9518085

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:28 No.9518089
    I wish that level of 3d was doable at home, I want to see a khornette rendered like that.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:29 No.9518104
    yep, that would be the one thing you cant do
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:29 No.9518109
    Alright. High yield particle beams. Tactical plasma bombardment. Freakin' Lazors.

    Look up glassing. The effect is the same is pretty much nuking. You don't have fallout, but nothing's ever coming back from that.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:31 No.9518129
    anyone knows from what book this fluff was taken out from?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:31 No.9518147
    I could just see R'lyeh rising from the center of some Pandoran ocean (don't ask how, a non-Euclidean geometry wizard did it).
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:32 No.9518155
    You mean Auir?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:32 No.9518164
    Don't forget about Ye Olde Molecular Detachment Device, also affectionately referred to as The Little Doctor.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:33 No.9518174
    hmm, i'd just been using it as term relating to the utter destruction of the surface life of something

    and after going throught the most obvious first links, im liking wikipedias as a basis for a super weapon

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:33 No.9518177
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:34 No.9518198
    Honestly, I used "starvation" in the wrong context. I meant denying Japan the necessary imports it needed to effectively wage war against the US and the probable Soviet invasion. Civilian morale if I recall was already in the shitter once the US was making daily bombing raids and what not.

    But I digress, back to finding an effective way to break the hostile native population.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:34 No.9518203
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:36 No.9518234
    >Look up glassing. The effect is the same is pretty much nuking.

    Unleash a storm of pint glass wielding brits, scots and irish upon the target world, the watch as it tumbles into chaos and eventually caves in on itself.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:37 No.9518262
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:38 No.9518268

    You wouldn't HAVE TO be creative.

    The troops in the movie were just private security, with dinky ships and limited man power. On top of that, they weren't TRYING to exterminate the Na'vi. Imagine actual military (or whatever passes for it in that setting, shit, PMCs?) with ships meant for glassing planets orbitting slowly, the Na'vi defenseless to do anything except perceive the incomprehensible horror of their doom.

    I'd orgasm in my seat.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:38 No.9518269
    Nothing survives a swarm of drunken eurofags.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:39 No.9518289
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    Like these guys?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:40 No.9518313
    Imagining a bunch of rabid soccer fans rioting on Pandora, fist fighting all the local animals and Na'vi.

    And winning...
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:41 No.9518321
    Why the hell did all the women stickytape their neck decorations to their breasts?
    Everything moves so fluidly in the film untill that, it and the loin cloths were such a massive let down to me.

    If keeping them dressed was such a priority then why the fuck did they choose the most incapable coverings then? Why give them plumbing at all? I mean, they never have horses wear dipers or anything.

    Tl;dr; What the fuck was with inertia defying clothing.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:42 No.9518347

    Ew... all the poop and unsavory organs are still inside.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:42 No.9518350
    You're focusing on probably the least important problem that movie had.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:43 No.9518358
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:47 No.9518436
    That's called "Peekaboo". Besides, Na'vi are a perfect, graceful, mary sue race, of course they and all their clothing will be so graceful as to not show off the messy bits.

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:47 No.9518439
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    Let's post a wikipedia article explaining it.
    >> Lace !Z8CM53dU66 04/29/10(Thu)22:50 No.9518491
    See >>9516541
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:50 No.9518494
    No, that single thing pissed me off so much that I couldn't even focus on the rest of the movie.

    Just from a visual standpoint it, to me, was far to jarring and after lovingly rendering absolutely everything else in the film it seems suddenly seems like they couldn't be fucked.
    >> PA Sucks !4k5lBZmyPg 04/29/10(Thu)22:50 No.9518496
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    Thank you anon. I was going to request that but now I don't need to.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:50 No.9518500
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:51 No.9518502
    The Little Doctor doesn't really leave enough bits behind to properly harvest, just a huge cloud of rapidly expanding plasma.
    It is, however, a colossal FUCK YOU to the planet.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:53 No.9518545
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    >Read Avatar back-story
    >Pandora has a denser atmosphere than Earth
    >Pandora has less gravity than Earth
    >Planets with low gravity tend to have very thin or no atmospheres at all
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:54 No.9518558
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:55 No.9518565
    the MD Device from the Ender universe?

    it leaves behind balls of dirt and metal, not plasma

    forgive me if that's not what you're speaking of
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:55 No.9518581
    Congratulations, you have discovered a popular modern movie with sci-fi softer than fresh cowpats.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:57 No.9518606
    I loved that book. We sure showed those bug you don't fuck with humans. Well, in Ender's Game, anyway. I didn't read the others.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:58 No.9518618
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:58 No.9518623

    I think you missed the point of the book...
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:58 No.9518634
    As the guy that first mentioned it, damn right that's what I meant. Fuck that planet, atomize it, and go find another. If we can't glass it over and strip mine it then its not worth the trouble.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)22:59 No.9518651
    Still. Even though Ender became depressed as shit over it, killing them all was a fairly satisfying moment.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:00 No.9518658
    and commit xenocide, probably one of the most terrible crimes possible
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:01 No.9518679
    Might makes being right irrelevant.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:02 No.9518691
    >and commit xenocide, probably one of the most awesome achievements possible
    fixed that for you. for a second there, you looked like one of those faggots who believe Jesus was more influential than Genghis Khan.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:03 No.9518715
    no one is mighty in the eyes of God
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:04 No.9518729
    God's sitting this one out.

    Seriously, don't drag religion into this. Let's keep this as civil as we can.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:04 No.9518730
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    It's only fun until it happens to you.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:05 No.9518741
    Except that guy who wiped out an entire species. God's kind of scared of him. Of course, God is also afraid of male genitalia, being that the last time he showed his ass around here, we nailed it to a fucking statue of a penis.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:06 No.9518749
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    Don't you mean "Gods"?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:06 No.9518752
    Survival of the most fuck you im a science
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:06 No.9518755
    asking me to leave God out of my opinion on what is right and wrong is like asking me to leave my ability to reason out of an argument
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:07 No.9518766
    There are exceptions
    Venus has similar gravity to earth, but a FAR heavier atmosphere
    Mars at one point could have had an atmosphere similar to earth's

    It's not cut and dry
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:07 No.9518768
    Same guy as before, please, quit trolling. Throwing religion and politics into discussions usually turns them into rage filled arguments.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:07 No.9518769
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    >Except that guy who wiped out an entire species.


    HE'S DIED!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:07 No.9518775
    And then it's beyond fun. Seriously, quit being such a whiny little bitch. Life's too short to waste time whining about "right" and "fair". Go do something. Have some fun. Make an impact.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:07 No.9518779

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:08 No.9518785
    You believe in God. You've already kicked your reason out of the hatch.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:08 No.9518788
    The JC god is all about the principle that might makes right.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:09 No.9518811
    Its alright, you just need to know who you're dealing with before you mention stuff like that.
    This guy is proof of that.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:10 No.9518826
    Get back in your cloud, or I break out the hammer and nails again, faggot!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:15 No.9518892
    this always makes me sad...
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:16 No.9518913
    Is God arbitrary? No? Does he rule with fixed, unchanging moral principles? Yes?

    Just use those in a discussion ON 4CHAN. You can make morality seem reasonable without invoking divine command.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:16 No.9518918
    Why must you hate the idea of god?
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:20 No.9518985

    I was told there would be punch and pie....there wasn't.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:22 No.9519022
    Quit fronting. It wasn't your son, it was you. And we didn't nail you to a cross, it was a penis statue. And you liked it. You loooooove the cock. So don't be hating, the Romans never converted, that was the Byzantines, and they loved the cock, too.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:24 No.9519057
    Well, the problem is that no one can decide what that moral principle entails. For this reason, a secular reenforcement of religious morals provide an optimal output.

    For the same reason that those hate the opposite. It conflicts with their world-view. At least until they realize that such a conflict doesn't really mean anything in the long run.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:25 No.9519087
    I usually don't go to /tg/ and I didn't understand why you hated Avatar so much. But it recently occurred to me that you guys are mostly just jealous. Sure, some of you might not have actually liked the movie and are just lashing out because you find its popularity annoying; that's reasonable.

    But I bet at least 80% of you are just upset that you could never create a campaign half as engrossing as Avatars. Do you think you could ever convince your group to sit through three hours of railroading and PAY you $20 for the privilege? You rely on cheap gimmicks (because, no matter how fun it is, interacting with the story IS a gimmick) to keep their attention and even then you fail half the time.

    That's why you buy books to take your campaign setting from, because you're so desperate for approval from your fellow gamers and you know that you have a shit-tier imagination so you're willing to spend money on supplemental sourcebooks. Cameron was able to make a movie that reached millions; he poured his heart and soul into the project and people are clamoring for more. Your shitty little campaign will reach the eight people in your group and they're calling you a shitty DM behind your back.

    Maybe you're scared to really put yourself into a campaign and you need to tear down anyone who does. You rely on "LOL! MR T IS A LICH!" or other pathetic, lolrandum bits that you can use to claim that you didn't really take the story seriously in the first place when your PCs mock you.

    But Cameron had the guts to make an epic; maybe you'll do that too, someday. But first you'll have to come to terms with your own failings and stop trying to tear down Avatar.

    Sincerely, /tv/.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:27 No.9519111
    don't worry, his occupation is all-around badass
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    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:27 No.9519129
    ah, no
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:28 No.9519144

    Someday I want to make Dances with Wolves in SPAAAAAAAAACE!!! just like James Cameron.

    Seriously. The movie was great the first time I saw it when it was set in 1800s midwest. When set on magic floating mountain planet it was not nearly as good.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:29 No.9519156
    Neh I like having real chartacters and not illogical strawmen or retarded plotlines with lashings of over hashed racial guilt.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:30 No.9519171
    Cameron already made his epic. It's called Terminator. And my campaigns kick ass. Everybody loves them. Except for this one player, who, like most hipster douchebags, is currently gay for Heylistens.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:30 No.9519178
    He's got a point- Cameron stole from Dances with Wolves, we steal sourcebooks via /rs/. If anything, we should be best buds with Jamie-kun, and see its production as something we must all aspire to!

    Let's see, what classic movie can we 'adapt'?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:31 No.9519180
    >you know that you have a shit-tier imagination

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:31 No.9519183
    What about the time they set it in Austraila and they animated it?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:31 No.9519197
    >you guys are jealous because you didn't make a mary sue race whose only appeal is the admittedly incredible graphics with a story made by a 5 year old.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:37 No.9519318

    >Sincerely, /tv/.

    New target Identified. Calculating percent chance Furry porn dump will have negative impact on board...


    Percent chance of sucess: 44%
    Percent chance of ban: 56%
    Abort, ban chance is to high. New tactic required...
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:38 No.9519345
    Way too much effort in trolling there, buddy. You need a new hobby.

    Preferably one with friends.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:39 No.9519363
    Which is exactly what this became. lol
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:39 No.9519365
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    successful troll is successful
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:40 No.9519379
    >Implying that was actually /tv/
    >Hell, implying that ONE PERSON is ever representative of or somehow held accountable by any board
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:40 No.9519395
    Also, dump your furporn here, it'll make this thread better.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:41 No.9519417
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    >Not contributing.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:42 No.9519446
    You guys have never even seen Dances with Wolves. It is nothing like Avatar. DwW covers the issues of isolation and depression, Avatar is focused on the environment and Expansionism.

    How exactly were the characters strawmen? The Na'vi had an oppressive tribal monarchy dieing because of the clan leaders' conservatism. The humans were fleeing a planet in its death throes thanks to a selfish, materialistic culture that destroyed its own environment and was forced to pray on others. Jake Sully was the only one willing to experience both worlds and attempt to merge the two.

    >NO U!!! Everybody luvs me!
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:43 No.9519465
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    to what, exactly

    this wonderful /tg/ related thread, indeed
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:44 No.9519490
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:45 No.9519519

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:48 No.9519570
    Strawmen are typicaly one dementional charaters whos soul existance is for them to prove a point.
    Case in point the general in avater or the business man (I would look up their names but I really can not care) both are strawmen in their one dementional charicterisation and are thusly defeated during the plot providing the loser analogue for the Science vs Nature metaphore that the film was attempting to cram down its viewers throats in addition to the Race War tale.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:48 No.9519574
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    We heard you were having Na'vi problems.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:48 No.9519577
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    At first I though you were going to make an interesting, introspective point, but then the obvious troll started, and then you showed your ignorance. Sure, you might just be fine on /tv/ vegetating as you watch amazing worlds pass your screen, but the reality is that we're not satisfied with that, so we make our own worlds. You'll find that very few of us actually use published material. Our greatest stories come from our own imagination, our greatest achievements molded by our players, and only mediated by our DMs.

    But are we jealous? Yes, we are. We are jealous that the Na'vi have everything. We are jealous that they are given their strength and power on a silver platter. We are jealous, but because we had to work for everything. Each level our characters build, each point of favor paid for in blood, sweat, and tears, against our fellow or even the nature herself.

    And do you know what? That's the only way to do it. To put yourself into everything you gain, to fight for every inch is so much more gratifying than going for miles downhill with the wind at your back.

    You see, we are jealous because the Na'vi did not have to work for their contentment until we came. We are jealous because they can be weak, so we cannot stand their weakness and thus put them to the test of steel. Instead Cameron had them pass it by divine intervention and continue along their way without perturbation. They could not even pass a test of their existence without the answers being handed to them. They are as spoiled children when we have had our childhood innocence ripped from us in the cruelest ways. Of course we are jealous, they don't even deserve it.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:49 No.9519605
    This is a good post and you should feel good.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:51 No.9519633

    Fuckin saved
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:52 No.9519643

    I would worship the FUCK out of that guy.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:54 No.9519673
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    You are now reading this in Theodore Roosevelt's voice.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:54 No.9519687

    Hell, we should just drop him on Pandora. After about 15 min he will have killed and stuffed 17 of every native life-form, and captured at least twice that amount for his private zoo.
    >> Alpharius 04/29/10(Thu)23:56 No.9519720

    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:56 No.9519736
    It was not meant to be a man vs nature fable, it was mocking those who were unable to even consider a compromise. In order to be strawmen, they'd have to actually represent only one side.

    Don't get me wrong, I love D&D. I'm in the middle of two campaigns, one once a week and the other once a month. But /tg/ is full of assholes unable to make real contributions. Instead they allay their own sense of failing by insulting those who play 4e or 3e. It has to be "Warmachine vs Warhammer and if my side doesn't win then I've been wasting my time." Maybe some of you do write your own settings without resorting to "HAHA, LET'S PUT MECHASUITS INTO A FANTASY WORLD 'CUZ IT'S UNEXPECTED!!" But I can guarantee that they aren't wasting their time whining about Avatar.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:57 No.9519750

    There's quite a bit of him recorded.
    >> Hiro !J02Ujjg4Nw 04/29/10(Thu)23:58 No.9519759
    >once a month

    How do you get anything done?
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:58 No.9519765
    We have recordings of TR's voice on the internet. Look them up and listen to them.

    Warning, you may spontaneously orgasm at the sound of his voice.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)23:59 No.9519769
    You win forever.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:00 No.9519791
    ...which they did.
    the side of white humanity. in all its ebil corperate glory.

    and as for the Science vs Nature element, its big fucking machines fighting indigenous animals suppoedly controlled by the planet itself, I dont care what you want to believe it was about as subtle as a Bay film.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:00 No.9519795
    oh god it's like

    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:01 No.9519816
    Come back when you find a recording in a real file format, freetard.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:02 No.9519830
    Is it me, or does he sound like Sean Connery?
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:02 No.9519834
    samefag...when will you ever learn
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:04 No.9519850
    Ha ha, uhm, no.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:05 No.9519864
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    >"They must be a samefag! No way more than one person can share the same opinion that I disagree with!"
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:07 No.9519909
    samefag again
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:08 No.9519918
    No, Sean Connery sounds like him.
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:08 No.9519928

    Retardfag detected. Also, everyone is Alpharius, so everyone is samefag. Even you.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:09 No.9519930
    You see, this is exactly what I'm talking about. You neckbeards are busy pretending to worship a man you've never met because "it's over-the-top." Teddy Roosevelt was a good president, but he isn't any better than FDR or Clinton or Kennedy. But because he had machismo he's more deserving of praise than presidents who thought through their actions.

    Humanity was only willing to try to cooperate with the Na'vi for PR. The leadership was more than willing to wipe them out and even then, they still insisted that they come out on top in everything.

    We play for at least eight hours at each session.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:09 No.9519935
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    Screencap. Think the thread is autosaging. Too bad really. I love HFY threads. Least we got some good philosophy behind it.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:09 No.9519937
    Samefag detected.
    >> Hiro !J02Ujjg4Nw 04/30/10(Fri)00:10 No.9519947
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    Okay, guys, enough with the samefag business, alright?
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:11 No.9519959
    >> Hiro !J02Ujjg4Nw 04/30/10(Fri)00:13 No.9519991
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    Jesus christ my eyes.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:13 No.9519995
    You realize the Roosevelt comments are a joke, right?

    Its called humor. You might wanna look into it.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:14 No.9520008
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    And this is why posts consisting of nothing but >>numbers and "samefag [detected]" should be autobans.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:16 No.9520041
    > 9518311
    Actually, ironically enough, that was me, the /tv/ guy. So I can say with absolute certainty that we are not the samefag.

    I recognized that it was "humor." However, I also pointed out that it wasn't funny; it's like Chuck Norris jokes, completely overdone.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:17 No.9520047
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    Sir, he did more for the working man and NATURE PRESERVATION than any president before or since. Sure, his cousin Franklin brought forth the new deal, but that's because it was a time of crisis. Theodore MADE his legacy. He was a proactive president that went forth and did shit for the benefit of the little man worker. Theodore Roosevelt IS modern domestic progressivism. I'd like to see a better president actually carve something with the purest motivation of altruism and uplifting the American people without a crisis or war above his head.

    Roosevelt is the example of how an American should carry himself, why wouldn't we idolize him?
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:20 No.9520090

    He is possibly the most quintessentially American man I can think of. Boisterous, gregarious, loud, brash, charismatic. An explorer, a peace-maker, a hunter, a killer. He viewed the world as his playground, and every other country as an unincorporated American colony. Love him or hate him, no man before or since has been as uniquely American as Teddy.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:21 No.9520101
    Also, he was a closet homosexual.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:21 No.9520109
    Butthurt detected
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:24 No.9520158

    While it's true that he exalted the masculine virtues, many men of his era did, and indeed many of our own still do. I've not yet come across evidence of him being a closet homosexual. It wouldn't lessen him in my eyes if he were, but I'd never seen anything that might indicate his homosexuality.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:24 No.9520162
    So basically, Theodore Roosevelt is HUMANITY FUCK YEAH manifested.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:27 No.9520201
    His nature preservation cannot really be compared to later environmental policies. His was only a superficial fix, it protected land and animals from direct threats. The policies of Nixon, for example, were arguably more effective but lacked the ooomph of creating a parks system. Clinton didn't take office during a crisis, in fact he presided over one of the safest periods in modern American history. He still went and made his own legacy.

    That was clever, did you come up with that one by yourself?
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:27 No.9520210

    Because he fucking personifies the arrogant colonialist/nationalist "white man's burden" mentality that plenty of our redneck countrymen are still clinging to.
    >> Hiro !J02Ujjg4Nw 04/30/10(Fri)00:28 No.9520215

    ...What difference does that make?
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:29 No.9520227
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    So, yes, he's the perfect representative for your country.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:29 No.9520230

    Are you sure you aren't confusing him with Andrew Jackson?
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:29 No.9520236
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    A part of why we remember him more than, say, Hoover, is because Roosevelt had a sort of swaggering, larger-than-life charisma. He naturally attracted people to him. It doesn't matter what he actually did. What matters is how we remember him.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:30 No.9520246
    >Implying that it doesn't make a difference to the average American
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:31 No.9520266
    Have I ever mentioned how I would have solved this Pandora problem? Instead of soldiers, I would have brought a cargo bay full of bowling balls, opened the frontal cargo bays on the way there, and then begun decelerating towards the planet.
    Situation fucking resolved.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:32 No.9520278
    >Implying they wouldn't all burn up in the dense atmosphere
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:33 No.9520308

    No, he's right. Roosevelt believed deeply in American supremacy, and was constantly frustrated that, not only would other countries have the gall not to accede to his demands, but that his fellow countrymen didn't even want to go to war and claim them for his own. He believed, fervently, that America should assert itself militarily as a world power, and that other nations were simply roadblocks to be run over. He fought hard to achieve war with Spain, he worked to annex the Phillipines, and he treated the Caribbean and South America as property of the United States. I do not agree with what he did, but that doesn't stop my respecting him.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:33 No.9520311
    That's my point exactly. He doesn't deserve this over-the-top praise, they're just doing it because it's "funny."

    But it's actually not.
    >> Hiro !J02Ujjg4Nw 04/30/10(Fri)00:34 No.9520313
    >implying the average American has an opinion worth considering

    Teddy Roosevelt was one of the most badass sonsabitches to ever grace this country. Who he had the urge to bone isn't gonna change that.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:34 No.9520314
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    Hey /tg/, I don't know what this thread is about but I see you are talking about Teddy Roosevelt? Should I start dumping my political cartoon folder?
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:37 No.9520352
    >Implying that would stop something released at .7c, the maximum speed of the Venture Star.
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:37 No.9520360

    Ah, there's your problem. The word 'deserves' is a tricky one. At the end of it, no one really deserves anything. That aside, have you ever thought that they might genuinely like Roosevelt, not just because it's funny? He strikes a peculiar chord with people, and, even if they disagree with him and don't think his contributions all that meaningful, they can't help but be fascinated by the man.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:37 No.9520361
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    Actually it looks like it's hit the bump limit so I guess I'll continue anyway.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:39 No.9520387
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    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:40 No.9520399
    I personally doubt that they're actually orgasming by listening to his voice. But who knows?
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:40 No.9520409
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    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:44 No.9520462

    Sir, you know damn well what I meant. There's no need for sarcasm.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:44 No.9520464
    These make modern political cartoons look well-reasoned and aesthetically pleasing.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:45 No.9520487
    Yeah, I knew what you meant, but I'm just pointing out that they're being over-the-top because they think it's funny. They probably do respect Roosevelt on some level. I do too, but this worship is obnoxious.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:45 No.9520491
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    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:47 No.9520505
    Oh hahahaha, how do they come up with this stuff?
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:47 No.9520515
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    TR gonna getcha
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:47 No.9520522

    I suppose I can sympathize. I find the "ironic" worship of Chuck Norris irritating, but Roosevelt less so because Roosevelt actually has accomplishments to his name rather than playing roles in B-movies and voting Republican.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:48 No.9520536
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    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:50 No.9520563
    Wow, the sword placement was a nice touch.
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    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:53 No.9520615
    Personally I find that the fact that he deserves some of the praise makes it more irritating when it's combined with ironic claims.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:54 No.9520626
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    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)00:56 No.9520656

    I don't really understand that point of view, but given that it's a personal thing, I don't suppose I ever could. Pet peeves are just that.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:56 No.9520662
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    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)00:59 No.9520729
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    How do you react from seeing his contemporaries draw him with things like an army of elephant tanks, then? When you're a legend, obviously people are going to exaggerate.
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)01:00 No.9520738
    I really love these cartoons. Most of today's political cartoons are crap by comparison.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)01:01 No.9520751
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    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)01:11 No.9520901

    See, that's the sort of thing that comes back and haunts nightmares.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)01:11 No.9520910
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    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)01:13 No.9520939

    Man, Taft just can't catch a break.
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    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)01:20 No.9521033
    >Most of today's political cartoons are crap by comparison.

    No, most of today's cartoons (political and otherwise) really ARE crap. In fact most of today's concepts in general are crap. I wont say anything beyond that.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)01:21 No.9521041
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    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)01:25 No.9521085
    I'm actually chuckling at some of these. They're just genuinely funny. I've not once laughed at a modern-day political cartoon.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)01:27 No.9521113
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    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)01:41 No.9521351

    Cartoons today don't allude to classical mythology.
    Cartoons today don't allude to classical mythology at all.
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    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)01:48 No.9521473
    aaand that's the image limit, I guess.
    >> Alpharius 04/30/10(Fri)01:49 No.9521483

    Thank you, thank you. I saved every last one.
    >> Anonymous 04/30/10(Fri)02:06 No.9521698
    Archived. Great thread guys


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