History WebComic / KidRadd

21st Aug '16 7:05:07 PM WillKeaton
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* BrokenBridge: "[[http://kidradd.muddasheep.com/kidradd_guillaume/comic472.htm#title Halt! This road is closed!]]"

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* BrokenBridge: "[[http://kidradd.[[http://kidradd.muddasheep.com/kidradd_guillaume/comic472.htm#title Halt! "Halt! This road is closed!]]"closed!"]]
21st Jul '16 6:52:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: [[spoiler: Crystal. She doesn't kill her messengers, though as a sadist she loves torturing them, and rather than allow Radd to create an army with his powers, she has all copies of his ROM destroyed. She did let GI Guy live, but that was out of sadism, to torture him with the world of her own creation. She even calls it a stupid move]].
3rd Jun '16 12:27:20 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* HannibalLecture: Gnarl gives one of these to Radd during their battle.
--> '''Gnarl''': Let me tell you a little story, Radd. It begins where our old game ended... When I was set "free" into the cyberworld, it was unnerving. I didn't know what to do with myself. Sure, I followed the same routine as everyone else, got a job, and tried to be "civilized." But it all seemed so... pointless. I knew that this world was just as fake as the game I came from, and that it wasn't what I was made for. I could no longer live the lie.\\
I realized the truth: Computer programs are at their happiest when they're following their programming. Thus, video game characters like ourselves can only be truly happy when we do what we were made to do. It's that simple. Even if it means that one of us dies, I ''have'' to try to kill you, or else be unfulfilled. You understand that, don't you?



** Radd gives one of these in response to Gnarl's HannibalLecture.

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** Radd gives one of these in response to Gnarl's HannibalLecture.MotiveRant.


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* MotiveRant: Gnarl gives one of these to Radd during their battle.
--> '''Gnarl''': Let me tell you a little story, Radd. It begins where our old game ended... When I was set "free" into the cyberworld, it was unnerving. I didn't know what to do with myself. Sure, I followed the same routine as everyone else, got a job, and tried to be "civilized." But it all seemed so... pointless. I knew that this world was just as fake as the game I came from, and that it wasn't what I was made for. I could no longer live the lie.\\
I realized the truth: Computer programs are at their happiest when they're following their programming. Thus, video game characters like ourselves can only be truly happy when we do what we were made to do. It's that simple. Even if it means that one of us dies, I ''have'' to try to kill you, or else be unfulfilled. You understand that, don't you?
26th Mar '16 12:29:02 PM SilentStranger
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* BossArenaIdiocy: Kobayashi's DeathTrap robot has hovering platforms that can be stepped on to shoot its core.

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* BossArenaIdiocy: Kobayashi's DeathTrap robot has hovering platforms that can be stepped on to shoot its core. When Radd asks why Kobayashi doesnt just cover up the glowing weak spot with the same indestructible metal the rest of it is made of, [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Kobayashi claims the weak spot would overheat]]



* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Bogey, although he got resurrected at the end]].

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* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Bogey, to give Radd acess to the health item he carried in his code, although he got resurrected at the end]].


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** [[spoiler: The Seer, originally being a virus, knows what humans really are.]]
24th Mar '16 6:50:38 AM LordOfTheSword
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--> [[spoiler: G.I. Guy]]: Over absolutely nothing, [[spoiler: dozens of sprites started fighting and killing each other.]]
--> Radd: But why?
--> [[spoiler: G.I. Guy]]: ''[[spoiler: Because that's what video game characters do]].''

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--> ---> [[spoiler: G.I. Guy]]: Over absolutely nothing, [[spoiler: dozens of sprites started fighting and killing each other.]]
--> ---> Radd: But why?
--> ---> [[spoiler: G.I. Guy]]: ''[[spoiler: Because that's what video game characters do]].''
24th Mar '16 6:50:06 AM LordOfTheSword
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** The fate of Protos, the First City:
4th Feb '16 4:18:41 AM ScreamingNyet1
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* BuffySpeak: Used by Dr. Amp; see "Technobabble" below.



** A similar joke is used when [[spoiler:Radd talks to the guy who controlled him in the game.]]



* RunningGag: A fair few. Whenever Dr Amp explains a piece of science, whoever he's talking to says "So it's a rip off of X," to which he replies, "Well, [[OlderThanTheyThink Y actually]]. But yeah."

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* RunningGag: A fair few. Whenever Dr Amp explains a piece of science, whoever he's talking to says "So it's a rip off ripoff of X," to which he replies, "Well, [[OlderThanTheyThink Y actually]]. But yeah."



* {{Technobabble}}: Inverted and lampshaded at all times by Dr. Amp: "The sensors are picking up some '''stuff'''!", "it's got a wavy-line thingy".

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* {{Technobabble}}: Inverted and lampshaded at all times by Dr. Amp: "The Amp:
--> '''Dr. Amp:''' Wait a minute - this could be just what we're looking for! The
sensors are picking up some '''stuff'''!", "it's '''stuff!'''
--> '''Itty Bitty:''' "Stuff?"
--> '''Dr. Amp:''' Stuff.
--> '''Itty Bitty:''' [[LaymansTerms I don't suppose you could say that in non-English?]]
--> '''Dr. Amp:''' I've already told you, I suck at technobabble. Make up your own.
--> '''Itty Bitty:''' So what's special about this "stuff?"
--> '''Dr. Amp:''' Well, it's
got [[BuffySpeak a wavy-line thingy".wavy line thingy]] -
--> '''Itty Bitty:''' Ahem.
--> '''Dr. Amp:''' Uh, I mean... "energy signature?"
--> '''Itty Bitty:''' Better.
1st Feb '16 10:40:27 PM MoPete
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I realized the truth: Computer programs are at their happiest when they're following their programming. Thus, video game characters like ourselves can only be truly happy when we do what we were made to do. It's that simple. Even if it means that one of us dies, I have to try to kill you, or else be unfulfilled. You understand that, don't you?

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I realized the truth: Computer programs are at their happiest when they're following their programming. Thus, video game characters like ourselves can only be truly happy when we do what we were made to do. It's that simple. Even if it means that one of us dies, I have ''have'' to try to kill you, or else be unfulfilled. You understand that, don't you?



* KirkSummation: After giving Gnarl his TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, Radd continues into this.

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* KirkSummation: KirkSummation:
** Radd gives one of these in response to Gnarl's HannibalLecture.
--> '''Radd''': Sigh... as much as I'd like to say no, Gnarl, I think I do understand...Because I'm a playable character, a "hero." My programming is different from yours, but I too have felt the desire to follow it. I'm meant to be an empty shell, just a puppet for a human player to control. In the game, if a human didn't touch the controller, I'd stand in one place all day, never doing anything on my own. And unsurprisingly, that's pretty much what I continued to do when I left the game. I lacked ambition, and didn't know what to do without a human taking the wheel. Like you, I just did... what I do. Nothing. But unlike you, I've grown since then; I've developed my own desires. I'm not a mere slave to my programming; my goals are ''truly'' my own. Can you understand that?
**
After giving Gnarl his TheReasonYouSuckSpeech, Radd continues into this.


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* ShutUpKirk: Gnarl responds to one of Radd's [[KirkSummation Kirk Summations]] this way.
--> '''Gnarl''': No, Radd. And I don't ''want'' to, because this fight is all there is to me. This is my moment of supreme happiness, and I will never abandon it for anything else!
1st Feb '16 10:34:21 PM MoPete
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* HannibalLecture: Gnarl gives one of these to Radd during their battle.
--> '''Gnarl''': Let me tell you a little story, Radd. It begins where our old game ended... When I was set "free" into the cyberworld, it was unnerving. I didn't know what to do with myself. Sure, I followed the same routine as everyone else, got a job, and tried to be "civilized." But it all seemed so... pointless. I knew that this world was just as fake as the game I came from, and that it wasn't what I was made for. I could no longer live the lie.\\
I realized the truth: Computer programs are at their happiest when they're following their programming. Thus, video game characters like ourselves can only be truly happy when we do what we were made to do. It's that simple. Even if it means that one of us dies, I have to try to kill you, or else be unfulfilled. You understand that, don't you?
30th Jan '16 12:09:25 PM MoPete
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* {{Hammerspace}}: Used by Sheena, after the GrievousHarmWithABody event.

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* {{Hammerspace}}: Used by Sheena, after the GrievousHarmWithABody event. It's also an ability of her "Magical Maid" form.
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