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    Norwich
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    Crossovers, tortoises, videogames, Happy Wheels, other random stuff.

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  • Favorite Fiction Character
    Ahmed and Salim or the I Like Trains Kid.
  • Favorite Non-fiction character?
    ....What's non-fiction?
  1. We've all had them. When you've just heard that there's going to be a new Smash Bros character, you're mind goes nuts with endless possibilities. As I've said recently, I dreamt that James Bond was going to be in the game, but I've also had wackass visions of Kitana from Mortal Kombat (who's actually one of my least favourite MK fighters) and Preston from Wallace and Gromit. What were you're craziest Smashing dreams?
  2. I don't understand what you're saying. There are no character limitations, if that's what you're asking. It's everyone. Official, fanmade, original, and even FPL. The whole shebang.
  3. After a climatic duel between Callisto of Xena: Warrior Princess fame and the CBUB mascot, the Electric Ferret, the entire omniverse became unstable, and unleashed the wrath of the most powerful being in fictional history, Test Character Zero. A formless creature who has all kinds of abilities unfathomable to the human mind, most notably the uncanny ability to transform into whomever it wants instantly and gain their powers. Before the dawn of time, this power hungry creature fed on the life force of entire multiverses and stole all the most notable beings of those universe's powers, which he would add to his own already unbelievable power. After almost consuming the entire Omniverse, the mysterious Khazan Force sealed it away and restored the Omniverse. After millennia of watching beings from other universes fight for his amusement, the Khazan Force's powers have started to wain. Sacrificing itself, the Khazan Force pulled in every notable being from every fictional universe and transported them to the Arena of Khazan, Test Character Zero's final resting place. Given that the Arena is the ultimate Nexus point of the Omniverse, it is constantly changing shape. After the death of the Khazan Force and the awakening of Test Character Zero, the Arena is now a huge merging of every fictional world, where the laws of time and space mean nothing. The heroes of the Omniverse must find and destroy Test Character Zero, before it destroys the Arena and the entire Omniverse. Test Character Zero was too powerful and it seemed like the heroes were doomed, but it turned out Electric Ferret and Callisto had both absorbed a vast portion of Test Character Zero's power during their initial fight. In one last ditch effort, Callisto and Electric Ferret led the remaining forces of fiction into battle.
  4. No, that's what I'd like my title to be changed to. Because of the trees?
  5. Hugo is officially the largest Street Fighter in history, at 8 foot, and is also the only person in history to not get KOed by a Metsu Shoryuken. He should win.
  6. Title says it all. List your favourite or most anticipated MUGEN projects here. Here's my little list: 1. Card Saga Wars (Made by Orkimides and Ahruon) A truly massive and ambitious project made by two dedicated video game fans, this project is surely on top of most peoples' lists of most anticipated MUGEN projects. The game gives you an average sized roster made up of familiar video game icons and some unexpected characters, but theat's just the start. The game features over 90 other video game characters as assist characters, and 1000 more as support cards. I was gobsmacked when I saw the whole roster at their website (which isn't used anymore since the creators forgot their passwords or something like that ). I mean, seriously, you need to check this out! Not only that, but every character is sprited and coded from scratch, each in the same 16-bit art style, giving the game a sense of uniformity that other projects don't have. All the stages look be-a-utiful, too. The Ocarina of Time stage, the Halo stage and the Jungle Beat stages are my favourites so far. One thing I don't get though is the fact that the creators have said that the game will only feature game characters, yet in the card gallery, there are butt tons of anime, TV, comic and even fanfic and original characters. A lot of people might mislead you into thinking that the project is dead since it hasn't been updated in so long. This is FALSE. The game may not be updated regularly, but Ahruon has been commenting on the video demos and things recently, explicitly stating that it ISN'T DEAD! 2. Capcom VS The World (Made by Sean Swanson) Capcom's wide assortment of characters have fought Namco, Sega, Tatsunoko and even Marvel, so I guess it's time that they go up against everyone else! Capcom VS The World is a cool looking project with a neat roster made up of characters from games, comics, movies, anime and even other MUGEN projects. My fav character has to be Superman. His super moves are badass! The project is simple, but that's why it seems so charming. It's one of the few projects out there that are consistently updated regularly, so I suggest you check it out. 3. Mega Man: Bit of Destiny (Made by O Illusionista) A cool little (I say 'little') project which features the Blue Bomber fighting against a huge assortment of characters in battle. The catch here, is that every character has to be based on Mega Man sprites, and the fighting system looks like a cross between a regular fighter and a Mega Man game. Anyone can contribute by making sprite sheets of any character of your choice. Literally, anyone. Don't believe me? Dolan is getting in the game. GOOBY PLS!!! It may not be the prettiest MUGEN fighter around, but I'd play it just for humour value, which counts a lot in my book.
  7. Twas to be expected. Tis the Year of Luigi afterall.
  8. Last few weeks, so what else is there to talk about? The new Doctor? The 50th Anniversary Special?
  9. Guys, I just had a crazy dream. I dreamed that James Bond will be a playable character in Super Smash Bros, specifically the old movie version that appeared in Rare's Goldeneye. Think about it. Rare owns most of the Donkey Kong license, and Goldeneye Reloaded I think was a wii exclusive. Could it happen?
  10. The One Above All. Do literal gods count?
  11. I personally didn't like Asylum of the Daleks very much. It was advertised as a massive thing with every old Dalek featured, and I was super pumped! But then I only saw, like, two classic daleks spinning around like retards in the background. That was it. The whole Clara is actually a dalek thing was okay, but I could see where it was going very easily. And even though it was called Asylum of the Daleks, I really expected more from the actual asylum. I wanted it to be like Batman Arkham Asylum with ultra insane daleks spouting out gibberish and rabidly attacking the Doctor, as well as loads of disturbing imagery. That would have been scary as f*ck! I would have killed to see two old Daleks fighting each other as well.
  12. I'm very impressed with your argument, AVP, but there's just one thing. I never actually said that Matt Smith was a bad actor. Hell, everyone else I know hates him to the core. I just said that I preferred the Tenth Doctor because of his better skills as an actor. The emotion feels a lot more real with the Tenth Doctor, and the fact that the guy in a Northener and puts on an Eastern accent for the entire show (except the werewolf episode), is pretty impressive in my opinion. I'm surprised you didn't comment on the Daleks though. The new design has really bugged me since they first came out of that stupid smokey chamber. I mean, the Daleks were the biggest threat in the universe, feared literally be everyone in the entire universe, with no equals in terms of sheer brutality. Nowadays, they just sorta, y'know, skulk around the galaxy in their big ship, not really doing much and not really being threatening in the slightest. My favourite Matt Smith episode? The Girl Who Waited was brilliant. Truly one of Smith's finest hours. I prefer it when the Doctor is the baddie for some reason.
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