#1 Posted by MasterJohn (2471 posts) - - Show Bio

Who wins?

Random encounter, battle takes place in the swamps of Dagobah. They start 50 feet from eachother. Jeepers is in the air, Yoda is on the ground. Battle ends in death or KO.

#2 Posted by nick_hero22 (6753 posts) - - Show Bio

This needs to be locked

#3 Posted by RoyHarperBLOW (1494 posts) - - Show Bio

@nick_hero22 said:

This needs to be locked

#4 Posted by protectyournose (908 posts) - - Show Bio
#5 Posted by RoyHarperBLOW (1494 posts) - - Show Bio

@protectyournose: lol. True. Wonder why this hasn't been locked yet?

#6 Posted by Xanni15 (6758 posts) - - Show Bio

Yoda dies in his bed just as the Creeper shows up.

#7 Posted by TheSuperHuman (856 posts) - - Show Bio

Yoda, spite. =3

#8 Posted by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

Yoda rape

#9 Posted by ShootingNova (15717 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

Yoda rape

That language isn't necessary.

@TheSuperHuman said:

Yoda, spite. =3

A spite is an intentional mismatch. Are you sure this is intentional? I know the OP has a possibly habit for intentionals, so this could very well be spite.

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#10 Posted by The Stegman (23235 posts) - - Show Bio

The Creeper because he's..um...um..IMMORTAL! yeah that's it..and he can FLY! OOOOOH YEAH!! And ummmm he has like three livers, so take THAT! 
 
CREEPER STOMPS!

#11 Posted by Baldy (5021 posts) - - Show Bio

Yoda. Horrible, horrible curbstomp.

#12 Posted by BigCimmerian (7863 posts) - - Show Bio

@ShootingNova said:

@RingSlinger said:

Yoda rape

That language isn't necessary.

@TheSuperHuman said:

Yoda, spite. =3

A spite is an intentional mismatch. Are you sure this is intentional? I know the OP has a possibly habit for intentionals, so this could very well be spite.

Yoda rapes*

#13 Posted by ShootingNova (15717 posts) - - Show Bio

@BigCimmerian: LOL.

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#14 Posted by IZZR (4289 posts) - - Show Bio

Wait...What????

#15 Posted by grimlock (1571 posts) - - Show Bio

totally screwed Jeepers Creepers is

#16 Posted by Kovak (748 posts) - - Show Bio

@protectyournose said:

Win with the implied facepalm

#17 Posted by nick_hero22 (6753 posts) - - Show Bio

@BigCimmerian said:

@ShootingNova said:

@RingSlinger said:

Yoda rape

That language isn't necessary.

@TheSuperHuman said:

Yoda, spite. =3

A spite is an intentional mismatch. Are you sure this is intentional? I know the OP has a possibly habit for intentionals, so this could very well be spite.

Yoda rapes*

#18 Posted by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@ShootingNova said:

@RingSlinger said:

Yoda rape

That language isn't necessary.

@TheSuperHuman said:

Yoda, spite. =3

A spite is an intentional mismatch. Are you sure this is intentional? I know the OP has a possibly habit for intentionals, so this could very well be spite.

How is the word rape any worse than "Murder Stomp" or "Sluaghters so and so". I understand why it might upset someone but words that are just as bad or worse are used on this forum constantly and no one hassles them for it.

#19 Posted by Nefarious (18861 posts) - - Show Bio

Dead, this creature will be.

#20 Posted by Baldy (5021 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

@ShootingNova said:

@RingSlinger said:

Yoda rape

That language isn't necessary.

@TheSuperHuman said:

Yoda, spite. =3

A spite is an intentional mismatch. Are you sure this is intentional? I know the OP has a possibly habit for intentionals, so this could very well be spite.

How is the word rape any worse than "Murder Stomp" or "Sluaghters so and so". I understand why it might upset someone but words that are just as bad or worse are used on this forum constantly and no one hassles them for it.

In fairness, that word is far more likely to be a trigger than the word murder.

#21 Posted by Ms. Omega (4404 posts) - - Show Bio
#22 Posted by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@Baldy: Thats the part that makes no sense, "Murder" and "Rape" are two acts that in my opinion are just as bad as one another. If one is allowed and the other isnt, im sorry im going to use it as I like.

#23 Posted by Baldy (5021 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

@Baldy: Thats the part that makes no sense, "Murder" and "Rape" are two acts that in my opinion are just as bad as one another. If one is allowed and the other isnt, im sorry im going to use it as I like.

That's a great attitude to have, I'm sure it'll get you far in life. The reason that one is more of a trigger than the other is simple; people who get murdered tend not to care if the subject is mentioned. You clearly have never dealt with people that have difficult backgrounds.

#24 Edited by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@Baldy said:

@RingSlinger said:

@Baldy: Thats the part that makes no sense, "Murder" and "Rape" are two acts that in my opinion are just as bad as one another. If one is allowed and the other isnt, im sorry im going to use it as I like.

That's a great attitude to have, I'm sure it'll get you far in life. The reason that one is more of a trigger than the other is simple; people who get murdered tend not to care if the subject is mentioned. You clearly have never dealt with people that have difficult backgrounds.

Pure Ignorance. Just like rape, when someone is murdered, they are not the only victim. If a close loved one is murdered im sure that person that lost them would not appreciate that word being thrown around to describe a forum battle. Same goes for a rape victim, if you mention it, it will probably make them feel extremely uncomfortable. To outlaw one and not the other is just plain hypocritical.

#25 Posted by TaliciaDragonsong (2 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

@Baldy: Thats the part that makes no sense, "Murder" and "Rape" are two acts that in my opinion are just as bad as one another. If one is allowed and the other isnt, im sorry im going to use it as I like.

You can't trigger people who have been murdered but you can trigger people who have been raped.

#26 Posted by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@TaliciaDragonsong: Your right, but you can certainly trigger people who's close loved ones have been murdered.

#27 Posted by TaliciaDragonsong (2 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger: Yup, so both words have to be used carefully in my opinion, although things can become shaky to manage when it comes to videogames or even a battle like this. A word like rape is a step too far however, like that whole fighting game thing a while back, and just has no real connection to a victory or anything.

#28 Posted by DocFatalis (1419 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

@ShootingNova said:

@RingSlinger said:

Yoda rape

That language isn't necessary.

@TheSuperHuman said:

Yoda, spite. =3

A spite is an intentional mismatch. Are you sure this is intentional? I know the OP has a possibly habit for intentionals, so this could very well be spite.

How is the word rape any worse than "Murder Stomp" or "Sluaghters so and so". I understand why it might upset someone but words that are just as bad or worse are used on this forum constantly and no one hassles them for it.

Words have power and were created for a reason. In both cases, used offensively, those words a) add nothing to the debate b) are injurious. Behaving like a gentleman on the Internet won't harm anyone, it will only force everyone into being polite, even if behind the mask of an avatar. A gentleman costs nothing. The only price to pay here is to show that you answered a post after thinking about it, as opposite to only with testosterone and anger.

#29 Edited by Baldy (5021 posts) - - Show Bio

@RingSlinger said:

@TaliciaDragonsong: Your right, but you can certainly trigger people who's close loved ones have been murdered.

You are far more likely to trigger someone who has experienced something first hand, than someone who is living with a pain caused by an event that they did not witness. I think you should also consider that it is the most common crime against women.

Are both words acceptable? Possibly not. But then context has to be taken into account. These battles are often a fight to the death, and as such words like murder or suggesting that one party may be killed is far more acceptable in context than sexual assault, which has no place in any of these discussions.

Furthermore suggesting that you will continue to use terms that have no place in the discussion and that you know can harm someone emotionally, just because you feel like it and because you feel validated due to the fact that other controversial terms are not restricted is frankly the most insensitive thing I've heard on these boards for quite some time.

Seriously. Spend some time living and working with people that are dealing with issues like these and gain some perspective on their pain before you dismiss it as being inconvenient for you.

#30 Posted by Simon_the_digger (2856 posts) - - Show Bio

Yoda

#31 Posted by XiiX (7487 posts) - - Show Bio

Yoda(by saber or force).

#32 Posted by RingSlinger (533 posts) - - Show Bio

@TaliciaDragonsong: @DocFatalis: Agreed and Agreed.

#33 Posted by MasterJohn (2471 posts) - - Show Bio