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Discussion in 'Approval & General RPG Discussion' started by Keyser Soze, Aug 21, 2008.

  1. Spike_x1

    Spike_x1 Get off my bandwagon!

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    In my watching that game's OOC thread from sidelines, I was strongly considering picking up Lex.

    But then I remembered that I played him before, years ago. :csad:
     
  2. Andy C.

    Andy C. Repent, Harlequin!

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    Master Bruce says
    Byrd lit the signal
    I came

    Andrew Cayse says
    ew
    Master Bruce says
    Well...
    I...
    Yeah, that didn't come out right.
     
  3. Spike_x1

    Spike_x1 Get off my bandwagon!

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    Scot Dy-No-Mite says
    I say we just swoop in and beat up the defenseless Dr. Destiny right now

    Master says
    You'll do anything to assault a woman

    Scot Dy-No-Mite says
    And after we sedate her with our fists, we can sedate her with the tranquilizer

    Master says
    Then sedate her with our penises
    Not out of something sexual, just showing them to her so that she falls asleep

    Scot Dy-No-Mite says
    out of boredom

    Master says
    Yeah
    And it's not that we're unimpressive, she's just not into guys
    Well, in Superman's case

    Scot Dy-No-Mite says
    Hey, it's not called SUPERdickery for nothing, y'know
    Just wait until Bane has his way with Bruce's comatose body
    Yeah, just you wait...

    Master says
    I can see it now
    Bruce awakens after months only to find that his Batsuit is covered in chocolate
    "These stains! They'll never come out!"
    "Noooooooo!"

    Scot Dy-No-Mite says
    Alfred: "Don't forget the semen stains, Master Bruce."
    Bruce: "Nah, those were there before Bane kicked my ass. Don't sweat it."

    Master says
    Alfred: "I had them DNA tested, sir. They are indeed from Bane."
    Bruce: "I never said they weren't."
    Alfred: "......."
    Bruce: :cwink:
     
  4. Batman

    Batman Dramatic Example

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    Master Bruce says (11:14 PM)
    Well, I gotta head
    Byrd Man says (11:14 PM)
    Give head?
    Master Bruce says (11:14 PM)
    You know it
    Byrd Man says (11:14 PM)
    I'm gonna head off myself in a bit.
    Master Bruce says (11:15 PM)
    You're going to try and get head... from yourself?
    Byrd Man says (11:15 PM)
    Yep.
    Only a few more yoga classes until I can do it!

    Master Bruce says (11:15 PM)
    Damn
    Master Bruce says (11:16 PM)
    One day we'll all be able to give ourselves head
    Soon as I invent that spine brace

    Byrd Man says (11:16 PM)
    And humanity will die out.
    Nobody will ever leave their houses.

    Master Bruce says (11:16 PM)
    The Mayans really WERE right.
     
  5. SuperFerret

    SuperFerret King of the Urban Jungle

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    What will the womenfolk do?
     
  6. Spike_x1

    Spike_x1 Get off my bandwagon!

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  7. sabetoonth

    sabetoonth Where You Get Those Eyes?

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    Levi Steinbock:Yea know I read the chat logs thread, and every time I keep hoping for an amusing chat to happen with a hypster. If nothing else the topic should be Peanut Butter.
    Levi Steinbock:....Now I want peanut butter
    Cmbs:yeah..peanut butter is good
    Levi Steinbock:peanut butter is really good. Best with strawberry jelly and a glass of milk
    Cmbs:yes
    Cmbs:though, believe it or not, pb and bacon is surprisingly good
    Levi Steinbock:I'll have to try that sometime, bacon is the win.
    Cmbs:yes
    Cmbs:bacon makes everything better
    Cmbs:and now I suddenly want bacon
    Levi Steinbock:We eed to get that shiz into the middle east.
    Levi Steinbock:Theyll be no war
    Cmbs:yeah, but they don't eat bacon over there
    Levi Steinbock:Damnit. No wonder we're at war
    Cmbs:and I think that right there is possibly the reason for all the hostilities
    Levi Steinbock:Exactly.
    Levi Steinbock:I wonder if we could pay off our national debt with bacon
    Cmbs:that's an idea
    Levi Steinbock:Someone write congress!
    Levi Steinbock:Maybe popcorn could settle the middle east problem....
    Cmbs:I don't think we should send anything there with "pop" in the name
    Levi Steinbock:True.


    I thought it was funny :o
     
  8. Keyser Soze

    Keyser Soze AW YEEEAH!

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    A chat with my friend, while proofreading his Doctor Who fanfic:

    John Lees: since you've made the mistake a couple of times it must not just be a typo: cruise has an i in it
    John Lees: you were spelling it cruse

    Jamie: oops
    Jamie: nah, i just can't spell for s***

    John Lees: lol
    John Lees: you don't do too bad for the most part ;)

    Jamie: which is why i love spellcheckers ;)
    Jamie: and the fact the google docs has a built in dictionary so you know you've picked the right option

    John Lees: lol
    John Lees: One little thing to remember is, when breaking up dialogue like this
    John Lees: "I have itchy balls," The Doctor said, "It could be from ****ing the tailpipe in the TARDIS."
    John Lees: you put a comma after the interjection of prose
    John Lees: When you put a full stop, like this:

    [11:42:08 PM] Jamie: yeah, i suck at remembering things like that

    John Lees: "I have itchy balls," The Doctor said. "It could be from ****ing the tailpipe in the TARDIS."
    John Lees: it gets a little green line under it

    Jamie: sadly not on google docs :(

    Jamie: because that would be helpful

    John Lees: yeah
    John Lees: I didn't know if it was an actual rule or just a snobby grammatical preference
    John Lees: but Microsoft Word seems to be making a rule out of it

    Jamie: its sometimes hard to tell
    Jamie: my rule of thumb was to go with wether or not it would be the start of a scentance if you took the prose out

    [11:44:53 PM] John Lees: capitalising a couple of letters here and there
    [11:45:25 PM] John Lees: I think the key is, if you finish the sentence in the first bit of speech, then you use a full stop
    John Lees: EG
    John Lees: "AAAAAAARGGGHH!" The Doctor screamed. "That Dalek chopped my cock off!"
    John Lees: If you put down:

    Jamie: ah, right

    John Lees: "AAAAAAAAAAARGGGGH!" The Doctor screamed, "That Dalek chopped my cock off!"

    John Lees: you'd get a green line for that too

    Jamie: there's loads of me f***ing that up then. This is why i dislike writig prose.

    John Lees: but if you end with a comma, then that means the sentence is continuing on from that after the prose interjection
     
  9. Spike_x1

    Spike_x1 Get off my bandwagon!

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    Spike Dy-No-Mite says
    I also bought the Hush version of Scarecrow. Not a very original design for Crane, like Tim Sale's was, but it's pretty good as a standard look for him
    It also comes with the strand of hay that he could snap to release fear gas
    Fear gas not included, sadly :csad:

    Master says
    Probably out of fear of mass production by Cillian Murphy
    You just know one day that he's gonna do it

    Spike Dy-No-Mite says
    I hope he crashes into the sun first
    While Captain America saves his ass

    Master says
    One Earth arc?
    I think it could be...

    Spike Dy-No-Mite says
    Has potential
    Now I just need Two-Face, Ivy, and Penguin before I'm calling my Bat rogues collection complete

    Master says
    I suggest seeking out the TLH/DV version of Two-Face
    That figure looked all sorts of smexy.

    Spike Dy-No-Mite says
    He's always really expensive everywhere I see it, but I'd get it in a second if I ever saw it cheap
    An acceptable alternative that I'm on the lookout for is the AC one

    Master says
    I've seen that figure in my local Walmart
    It's nice, but I can't go for the 30 dollar pricetag on the 2-Pack

    Spike Dy-No-Mite says
    I've pretty much been confined to a small university town since September, so no browsing Walmart or Toys R Us for me lately
    As for the pricetag, I *might* be able to get behind it, because I like the design for Batman
    ...But I already have several Batmen!
    So it's an ongoing epic struggle

    Master says
    Bah
    Bah, I say!
    There's no such thing as too many Batmen
    Unless your wallet says otherwise, of course...

    Spike Dy-No-Mite says
    Student loans vs. Batman

    Master says
    That just chalks up the mental image of Bruce chucking a batarang at a university professor
    And the professor getting pissed, but not doing anything due to legal ramifications
    So he just has Batman escorted off the property
    Oddly, it kind of works. Batman just stands outside the school grounds, shaking his fist.

    Spike Dy-No-Mite says
    "I'll get that marketing degree, I swear it! I am vengeance!"
    "Of course! Correspondence courses! To the batcomputer!"

    Master says
    Alfred has to periodically bring him outdated textbooks as he researches

    Spike Dy-No-Mite says
    "Alfred, why are there penises drawn in the margins throughout this book?"

    Master says
    "It would appear that co-eds are a superstitious and cowardly lot aswell, Master Bruce. Particularly when it comes to their own sexuality."
     
  10. Byrd Man

    Byrd Man El Hombre Pájaro

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    *Master has just signed in*


    Byrd Man says
    :wow:

    MB....Thank God you're alive. I heard you'd been-

    Master says
    Fried?!
    Is that what you heard?
    You set me up over a woman...
    A WOMAN!
    You must be insane.


    Byrd Man says
    Your life won't be worth spit!

    Master says
    I've been dead once already
    It's very liberating
    Think of it as a... therapy


    Byrd Man says
    Listen, MB....maybe we can work out a deal...

    Master says
    MB?
    MB is dead, my friend...
    You can call me...
    Batman!
    And as you can see, I'm alot happier.


    Byrd Man says
    ....And, we just bump the sadness up to a whole new level.

    Master says
    I regret nothing
     
  11. Andy C.

    Andy C. Repent, Harlequin!

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    This is what you do when I'm not around?

    ......what really stings is that I couldn't get in on it.
     
  12. Byrd Man

    Byrd Man El Hombre Pájaro

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    We start every convo that way, and end every convo with the rooftop scene in Begins. I always make him be Batman!
     
  13. wiegeabo

    wiegeabo Omniposcient

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    [23:17] twylight: Hey! Balls are yummy
    [23:17] twylight: ......that came out ...horribly
    [23:17] wiegeabo: LOL
    [23:17] wiegeabo: chatlogged
    [23:17] twylight: You dastard
     
  14. Batman

    Batman Dramatic Example

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    Master Bruce says
    Now see here, suh!

    Byrd Man says
    You, suh, is a sum*****!

    Master Bruce says
    Ya have offended me, suh!

    Byrd Man says
    If you care to do something about it suh, then do it!

    Master Bruce says
    It shall be done, suh!

    Byrd Man says
    Very good, suh!

    Master Bruce says
    I thank ya, suh!
     
  15. Andy C.

    Andy C. Repent, Harlequin!

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    Wishful thinking? Or the future of the Basement?



    Andrew Cayse says
    y'know what?
    I know a few months ago I brought something like this up, but if we run into a point where the games just aren't cutting it anymore, we need to get the core group of us together and start writing for-real comics
    because the more I'm thinking about the Ultimate Crisis idea, the more I find myself thinking "I would actually pay money to read this"

    Master Bruce says
    There are dozens of concepts that people from our little group have come up with over the years have been genuinely compelling.
    Way more than some of the stuff actually on stands.

    Andrew Cayse says
    seriously
    but yeah, I think if we all got together and created our own superhero pantheon (say, stuff out of CAH and scratch the copyrighted names off of our ideas from UDC, All-Star Marvel, OU, OE, etc), we could come up with some amazing stuff
    not to say we should just re-hash stuff we've already done in the games
    but it's where we've all cut our teeth, so to speak

    Master Bruce says
    Well, sometimes it's good to go back, look at what you did, and how we can improve it.
    Andrew Cayse says
    exactly
    Master Bruce says
    I could easily see myself rewriting some early Batman posts I did in UDC v1 to fit a new character.
    Andrew Cayse says
    I could say the same for the Brainiac arc
    Master Bruce says
    Or taking some of what Soze and I did with Bullseye and Daredevil in the old Marvel RPG. We could all collab on stuff.
    Andrew Cayse says
    indeed
    the other thing we'd need to look into is artwork
    how many of us can draw well enough that people would actually pay to look at it, whether we need to commission people from outside, etc

    Master Bruce says
    Yeah.
    Honestly, I think I can draw basic things, but full pages and layouts and proper covers and such? Not in a ****ing chance.
    I can design characters and that's basically it.

    Andrew Cayse says
    same here. I can do some basic concept art, a few action shots, but I don't have the patience or the consistency to do actual proper artwork
    plus all of my stuff is very cartoony
    I imagine we could find folks on DeviantArt who might be down for it
    the way I'm seeing it would basically be through a collection of miniseries, limited runs, etc, so we all kind of learn the ropes of how to write books without getting bogged down with the infinite weight of an ongoing right from the start
    say, we all get together and we flesh out a universe, the different characters and organizations that exist, a basic idea of the timeline, etc
    then we do stories from within that universe, Astro City-style
    if a certain character really catches on or a certain story works so well that we just have to follow up on it, then we roll with it
    and if not, then we just keep throwing stories at the wall until something sticks
    since we're already a pretty closely-knit group, it wouldn't be hard for us to collaborate, make sure continuity stays intact, that someone's not acting out-of-character, etc

    Master Bruce says
    Hell, we can plot **** out the same way we do for RPGs
    Andrew Cayse says
    yup
    feverishly brainstorm and then promptly forget about 90% of it
    then like six months later go "hey, remember when we said we should blah blah blah"

    Master Bruce says
    Good times...
     
  16. wiegeabo

    wiegeabo Omniposcient

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    Keyser had a similar idea. Where we actually play a CaH-like RPG out the way we normally do, then turn that season into a set of comics.

    I've actually been toying around with an idea for a character with a unique twist. haven't put much depth into the idea yet, but maybe...


    And see if Corp will do all the drawing.
     
  17. trustyside-kick

    trustyside-kick The Marine Marvel

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    The mini series comic I have slowly worked on is based on my CAH character just with some revisions. Much better in my comic.
     
  18. Carnage27

    Carnage27 No one's puppet

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    Sounds like an interesting idea. If we decide to get it off the ground, I'd be interested.
     
  19. Blacklight

    Blacklight Revamped and Renegade.

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    Hell f***ing yes.
     
  20. wiegeabo

    wiegeabo Omniposcient

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    I insist on getting paid in advance
     
  21. twylight

    twylight One And Only

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    I'd totally pull that original universe I made in DCRPG out and play with it...
     
  22. SuperFerret

    SuperFerret King of the Urban Jungle

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    I'll sign up and never do anything.
     
  23. wiegeabo

    wiegeabo Omniposcient

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    Why do you come here again?
     
  24. SuperFerret

    SuperFerret King of the Urban Jungle

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    For the chicks.
     
  25. Andy C.

    Andy C. Repent, Harlequin!

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    MB: Okay, so... I've had a bit of an epiphany.
    Andy: Yeah?
    MB: The RPG's are starting back up... there's a certain movie coming out in December... you put down alot of ideas for a reboot of a galaxy far, far away...
    You following me, here?
    Andy: I think so, Brain, but how are we gonna get the Queen of England to ride a Jet-ski?
    MB:.....Goddammit. Now I wish I lead with "Are you pondering what I'm pondering?".
    Andy: It's Andy and the Bruuuuce, Andy and the Bruuuuuce......
    One is a genius
    The other is Bruce

    MB: Oh, you're a laugh riot.
     

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