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#1 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

Spending time with family and eating.

#2 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

I never really end up getting the alternate skins anyway. Unless it is included somehow in the game. Like in Origins with the Noel costume. It was appreciated they actually gave you an alternate skin at the end of the game and I think you can get the Dark Knight skin too by doing something. Can't remember now what it was though.

#3 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

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@deadite: Ah okay. I don't why but I always assume someone will pick either instead of neither ha ha.

I am more of a cat person.

Do you think the term overrated is itself actually exactly that? (Or over used?)

I don't think that. It's a term that feels right to me, I like words that has a hint of humanoid in them---yes I'm aware the cat person doesn't have a cat head instead of a human head. Also it contains more association to personality, etc. I happen to think it's one of those words I don't hear enough. And if you're worried that it sounds...gossipy? I wouldn't worry about that. Compare to the gossip that is on TV these days, friendly neighbor vibe words like these are nice.

Yeah, I like words more than I like animals, real animals anyway. :/ I like to read about them though.

Now, if it's a dragon....

Sorry about the late reply. I think my inbox is possessed or something ;P

Wait did you think that I was referring to the term cat person as being overrated? Sorry I meant the word Overrated not cat person.

That Raest sounds cool in the tourney. Never heard of him but he sounds really cool. Fave fantasy villains?

I'd find you a shaman, but mine is possessed as well, and the shaman I hired shook his head and let himself out after just one look. It doesn't look good, Lead. Maybe the vine need some ferns, something at the ground level. Vines climbs walls, not down-to-earth like ferns, or have something that makes sense unlike this comment I'm making.

Is the term overrated itself overrated or overused, hmm, it's certainly being used a lot, it's a powerful word and people use it, it has the power of being dismissive and the person can be vague as he use it. "Have you seen Todd today? We're all waiting for him." "Pfft, Todd is overrated." Just like that, the other person goes to examine Todd's value and wonder if he should join the cause to shune Todd. Okay, it's an absurd example. The point is the word overrated is effective. Too effective? We'll see.

Is it overused? The people that overuses it--well, anyone who overuse a word can sound annoying. I don't know, really. Maybe it is a little? Look at where the word overrated was 10 years ago. Why are we weighing in on things like a splendid Greek myth?

(I read a lot of reviews and search Google before buying important things, so, the world today is more opinionated, I guess it depends on what kind of things people choose to scowl at.)

It sounds like he should be, right? Not sure, too soon to tell as I'm still reading the story, he really should be though, at this point Crimson King is no match to him, (due to lack of feats) not that Crimson King was ever my favorite. The lack of feats and the small clues Stephen King left in his palace and his territory is what makes Crimson King so interesting, to me. So, everyone's interpretation of what he's capable of is all a bit different.

I just recently stumbled onto this character Raest as I read Malazan book 1. There's been rumors and legends whispered in the story here and there and when the character is...the fact that the reader feel like they're also on the quest to see this villain is, in itself, made his presence a thing that brings chills. It's worth it once I was finally bathed in the full glory that is this Jaghut tyrant.

Ha ha.

I just find it a word that people use sometimes too often when they can't really come up with a critique for something. If you don't like something they should just say that. I see it get thrown around alot and when people say it sometimes it is. I don't know. It all comes down to personal preference in regards to something being overrated. Uh....ha ha.....

Ha cool. Yeah he does sound interesting.

Do you like Superman as a character? Is he one of your favourite characters? What is it that draws you to the character? (If you do like him)

Personal preference plays a major role in this, I agree. I feel like we just draw a full circle on something, the food chain of Overrated. xD Have you ever heard people said a thing being overrated, like a product?

At one point it was because of some of his superhero quality, but none of that were enough. The potential that he is an alien inside a suit that makes him look bright and colorful and like a ray of sun as he flow pass, and his own interpretation of humanity and feelings are different because he's an alien, he feel things differently. Those possibilities were utilize through the words of villains in his story. And he's an image that contains a lot of symbolism, and the most interesting part, you can see the alien in him, usually reminded to us through villains like Lex Luther. When Lex describe him as an alien, hostile, cannot be trusted, it reveal a potential I really like about him, the face also went too smooth when he's angry, and when he's angry and red eyed, the alien image surfaced. So the quality I like about him is almost hardly mentioned, through Lex is the most I was able to see the superman I wanted to see.

Then there's the default generic superpowers he has which matches the kind of characteristics I described.

Yeah I have.

Wow that is a great way of summing up why you like the character.

The idea of him being an alien and a powerful, god like one in some cases is a really interesting part of the character.

Do you prefer Superman as he is usually portrayed now as having all the powers and whatnot or do you prefer his powers more in line with his initial and early appearances?

Ha ha. Thanks. :D I definitely put a lot of thought into this character, I guess. It's like I'm scheming with Lex Luther.

Glad you mentioned it. That's another aspect to the character which I like: Godlike. Not necessarily the result of being superhuman, but he has a theme of things to work as pillars to support that image.

I haven't read that many Superman comics to know the differences to make the distinction. Are you following Superman's comics?

I prefer the standard set of powers that is written in the wikipedia page. But I'm curios to know if there's more though.

Sorry for the late reply.

Ha ha. You mean you aren't doing? :)

What do you mean? Do you mean in how people look up to him, and in a way hold him up as some sort of symbol?

Me neither. Well when he first appeared he was just given superhuman strength and speed. He was later given more powers.

#4 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

Werewolf

#5 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

The value of the item itself compared with the amount of money one pays for these sideshow/hot toys products are usually very questionable. This figure here is no exception to that.

I mean they couldn't even of gotten a basic thing like the proportions right, his head looks too big and his body looks too small.

#6 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

I have seen that before. It is cool for DOTM Megatron I guess.

#7 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

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@mrdecepticonleader said:

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@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite: Ah okay. I don't why but I always assume someone will pick either instead of neither ha ha.

I am more of a cat person.

Do you think the term overrated is itself actually exactly that? (Or over used?)

I don't think that. It's a term that feels right to me, I like words that has a hint of humanoid in them---yes I'm aware the cat person doesn't have a cat head instead of a human head. Also it contains more association to personality, etc. I happen to think it's one of those words I don't hear enough. And if you're worried that it sounds...gossipy? I wouldn't worry about that. Compare to the gossip that is on TV these days, friendly neighbor vibe words like these are nice.

Yeah, I like words more than I like animals, real animals anyway. :/ I like to read about them though.

Now, if it's a dragon....

Sorry about the late reply. I think my inbox is possessed or something ;P

Wait did you think that I was referring to the term cat person as being overrated? Sorry I meant the word Overrated not cat person.

That Raest sounds cool in the tourney. Never heard of him but he sounds really cool. Fave fantasy villains?

I'd find you a shaman, but mine is possessed as well, and the shaman I hired shook his head and let himself out after just one look. It doesn't look good, Lead. Maybe the vine need some ferns, something at the ground level. Vines climbs walls, not down-to-earth like ferns, or have something that makes sense unlike this comment I'm making.

Is the term overrated itself overrated or overused, hmm, it's certainly being used a lot, it's a powerful word and people use it, it has the power of being dismissive and the person can be vague as he use it. "Have you seen Todd today? We're all waiting for him." "Pfft, Todd is overrated." Just like that, the other person goes to examine Todd's value and wonder if he should join the cause to shune Todd. Okay, it's an absurd example. The point is the word overrated is effective. Too effective? We'll see.

Is it overused? The people that overuses it--well, anyone who overuse a word can sound annoying. I don't know, really. Maybe it is a little? Look at where the word overrated was 10 years ago. Why are we weighing in on things like a splendid Greek myth?

(I read a lot of reviews and search Google before buying important things, so, the world today is more opinionated, I guess it depends on what kind of things people choose to scowl at.)

It sounds like he should be, right? Not sure, too soon to tell as I'm still reading the story, he really should be though, at this point Crimson King is no match to him, (due to lack of feats) not that Crimson King was ever my favorite. The lack of feats and the small clues Stephen King left in his palace and his territory is what makes Crimson King so interesting, to me. So, everyone's interpretation of what he's capable of is all a bit different.

I just recently stumbled onto this character Raest as I read Malazan book 1. There's been rumors and legends whispered in the story here and there and when the character is...the fact that the reader feel like they're also on the quest to see this villain is, in itself, made his presence a thing that brings chills. It's worth it once I was finally bathed in the full glory that is this Jaghut tyrant.

Ha ha.

I just find it a word that people use sometimes too often when they can't really come up with a critique for something. If you don't like something they should just say that. I see it get thrown around alot and when people say it sometimes it is. I don't know. It all comes down to personal preference in regards to something being overrated. Uh....ha ha.....

Ha cool. Yeah he does sound interesting.

Do you like Superman as a character? Is he one of your favourite characters? What is it that draws you to the character? (If you do like him)

Personal preference plays a major role in this, I agree. I feel like we just draw a full circle on something, the food chain of Overrated. xD Have you ever heard people said a thing being overrated, like a product?

At one point it was because of some of his superhero quality, but none of that were enough. The potential that he is an alien inside a suit that makes him look bright and colorful and like a ray of sun as he flow pass, and his own interpretation of humanity and feelings are different because he's an alien, he feel things differently. Those possibilities were utilize through the words of villains in his story. And he's an image that contains a lot of symbolism, and the most interesting part, you can see the alien in him, usually reminded to us through villains like Lex Luther. When Lex describe him as an alien, hostile, cannot be trusted, it reveal a potential I really like about him, the face also went too smooth when he's angry, and when he's angry and red eyed, the alien image surfaced. So the quality I like about him is almost hardly mentioned, through Lex is the most I was able to see the superman I wanted to see.

Then there's the default generic superpowers he has which matches the kind of characteristics I described.

Yeah I have.

Wow that is a great way of summing up why you like the character.

The idea of him being an alien and a powerful, god like one in some cases is a really interesting part of the character.

Do you prefer Superman as he is usually portrayed now as having all the powers and whatnot or do you prefer his powers more in line with his initial and early appearances?

#8 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

Saboteur.

#9 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite said:

@mrdecepticonleader said:

@deadite: Ah okay. I don't why but I always assume someone will pick either instead of neither ha ha.

I am more of a cat person.

Do you think the term overrated is itself actually exactly that? (Or over used?)

I don't think that. It's a term that feels right to me, I like words that has a hint of humanoid in them---yes I'm aware the cat person doesn't have a cat head instead of a human head. Also it contains more association to personality, etc. I happen to think it's one of those words I don't hear enough. And if you're worried that it sounds...gossipy? I wouldn't worry about that. Compare to the gossip that is on TV these days, friendly neighbor vibe words like these are nice.

Yeah, I like words more than I like animals, real animals anyway. :/ I like to read about them though.

Now, if it's a dragon....

Sorry about the late reply. I think my inbox is possessed or something ;P

Wait did you think that I was referring to the term cat person as being overrated? Sorry I meant the word Overrated not cat person.

That Raest sounds cool in the tourney. Never heard of him but he sounds really cool. Fave fantasy villains?

I'd find you a shaman, but mine is possessed as well, and the shaman I hired shook his head and let himself out after just one look. It doesn't look good, Lead. Maybe the vine need some ferns, something at the ground level. Vines climbs walls, not down-to-earth like ferns, or have something that makes sense unlike this comment I'm making.

Is the term overrated itself overrated or overused, hmm, it's certainly being used a lot, it's a powerful word and people use it, it has the power of being dismissive and the person can be vague as he use it. "Have you seen Todd today? We're all waiting for him." "Pfft, Todd is overrated." Just like that, the other person goes to examine Todd's value and wonder if he should join the cause to shune Todd. Okay, it's an absurd example. The point is the word overrated is effective. Too effective? We'll see.

Is it overused? The people that overuses it--well, anyone who overuse a word can sound annoying. I don't know, really. Maybe it is a little? Look at where the word overrated was 10 years ago. Why are we weighing in on things like a splendid Greek myth?

(I read a lot of reviews and search Google before buying important things, so, the world today is more opinionated, I guess it depends on what kind of things people choose to scowl at.)

It sounds like he should be, right? Not sure, too soon to tell as I'm still reading the story, he really should be though, at this point Crimson King is no match to him, (due to lack of feats) not that Crimson King was ever my favorite. The lack of feats and the small clues Stephen King left in his palace and his territory is what makes Crimson King so interesting, to me. So, everyone's interpretation of what he's capable of is all a bit different.

I just recently stumbled onto this character Raest as I read Malazan book 1. There's been rumors and legends whispered in the story here and there and when the character is...the fact that the reader feel like they're also on the quest to see this villain is, in itself, made his presence a thing that brings chills. It's worth it once I was finally bathed in the full glory that is this Jaghut tyrant.

Ha ha.

I just find it a word that people use sometimes too often when they can't really come up with a critique for something. If you don't like something they should just say that. I see it get thrown around alot and when people say it sometimes it is. I don't know. It all comes down to personal preference in regards to something being overrated. Uh....ha ha.....

Ha cool. Yeah he does sound interesting.

Do you like Superman as a character? Is he one of your favourite characters? What is it that draws you to the character? (If you do like him)

#10 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (18714 posts) - - Show Bio

License to Kill.