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What’s your favorite Part of JJBA?
Given that similar stuff’s floated about with a couple of other once-big retail chains, I’ll believe it when I see it. It’d certainly be nice to have more dedicated electronics stores; the fact that Best Buy is the only one around these days (aside from, like, cell phone carrier stores and Apple/Microsoft’s stores) is kind of a bummer.
Edited by Tre on Aug 16th 2019 at 9:11:08 AM
Did you hear that Circuit City is coming back? If so, do you have any thoughts on it?
3 is great in terms of animation and writing solidity.
Edited by Brainulator9 on Aug 16th 2019 at 3:15:23 PM
Best Spongebob Season for you?
They'd all kill me for fun. But maybe... Uh, Puppetmon, at least I'll have some fraction of time to live before he shoots me dead.
Edited by VengefulBale on Aug 16th 2019 at 2:28:18 PM
Which of the four folks in your avatar would you most want to meet?
Probably either Iida or Tsuyu as of right now. Iida because of his complexity as a character and Tsuyu because Deadpan Snarker characters are always a win in my book (I haven't gotten to the parts that delve further into her character yet).
Edited by kablammin45 on Aug 16th 2019 at 4:16:30 AM
Favorite My Hero character, and why?
For some reason I love Ojiro (explaining the avatar). I appreciate his sanity and normalcy, even if he's not too flashy.
Edited by WarJay77 on Aug 16th 2019 at 4:15:20 AM
The original version from Wednesday Morning 3 A.M. was way better than the popular version and yes, I love the fact that it is a meme.
Edited by KeironCioran on Aug 16th 2019 at 1:37:13 AM
Thoughts on "The Sound of Silence?"
Well, thanks to the Nostalgia Critic, I recently found out about Monkeybone. TBH, the only Henry Selick movie I've actually seen is The Nightmare Before Christmas, but with that in mind, it's a shame that Monkeybone turned out as terrible as it is.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Aug 16th 2019 at 5:04:14 AM
Least favorite movie from an otherwise amazing director?
Solo, while not exactly a bad film, was nevertheless to crammed full of fanservice Call Forwards, such as how they crammed the origin of the Falcon, the Kessel Run, Han meeting Chewy, Han becoming a smuggler, Han getting a hardened, more synical look on the world, and just so much other stuff, having that all somehow happen within just a few days of each other. I think if they toned back on the fanservice and just tried to make an actual movie, with maybe only one or two call fowards, it would have been much better.
Also, giving an origin to the name "Solo" was just plain stupid.
Edited by DelphineTheDelphox on Aug 16th 2019 at 2:21:33 AM
What's a not-great movie that you think could be improved and how would you improve it?
Flygon, Goodra, Kommo-o, Dragonite, Salamence, Noivern, Mushu, Elliot, Figment, and the dragon cast of Dragon Tales, to name a few.
Edited by kablammin45 on Aug 16th 2019 at 8:40:54 AM
Who are some of your favorite individual dragon characters?
Oh, come on! That's like being forced to choose between your children!
I used a random number generator, because I honestly love every single song. The result ended up being Mad Mew Mew.
Edited by DelphineTheDelphox on Aug 16th 2019 at 4:15:47 AM
Favorite song from Undertale?
Probably Trucy. I really like her optimistic Pollyanna personality, and her episode is probably my favorite one in the series.
Edited by Bluethorn on Aug 16th 2019 at 7:04:36 AM
Favorite Ace Attorney character
Cool with Toy Story 3, Ratatouille, Finding Nemo, Up and Wall-E though. They're pretty nice
Edited by ElfenLiedFan90 on Aug 16th 2019 at 8:15:11 PM
Are you interested in any of Pixar's other movies besides Cars?
Hmm... I've seen people do a lot of crazy things while driving. One time a small truck cut across at least four lanes right in front of me to get from the left lane to the right turn lane.
I have a bunch of favorites, but right now I would say Mark Hamill.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Aug 16th 2019 at 7:47:06 AM
Weirdest thing you've ever seen in real life.
Edited by DelphineTheDelphox on Aug 16th 2019 at 4:22:25 AM
Favourite voice actor?
Drax comforting Rocket after Groot died in GOTG 1.
Edited by shackwave on Aug 17th 2019 at 1:51:36 PM
Favorite heratwarming moment in the MCU?
Have a particular favorite We Bare Bears episode?
Man, I have been a die-hard Nickelodeon fan ever since I was a little kid, so it'd probably be easier to name all of the Nick shows I don't particularly care for. 😅
Some of my all-time favorite Nick shows aside from SpongeBob include Hey Arnold!, Rugrats, The Angry Beavers, The Fairly Oddparents!, Jimmy Neutron, Drake and Josh, The Loud House, and Harvey Beaks. And, yes, I do also like KaBlam!.
Edited by kablammin45 on Aug 16th 2019 at 9:34:00 AM
Any Nickelodeon shows you like other than Sponge Bob or Invader ZIM?
Hard to choose though but I don't know about it.
Edited by ElfenLiedFan90 on Aug 17th 2019 at 8:29:09 PM
What are your favorite and least favorite video game tropes?
If you're referring to my Villains list, then I can't rank the character just based on first impressions or second hand accounts. It's the same reason Griffith and Johan are listed in the honorable mentions.
I cannot rank a villain if I'm not personally familiar with the work in question, because I'd be incapable of rendering fair judgment. The rankings and scores are based on how the characters made me personally feel as I witnessed their actions, and I can't get that experience from a second-hand sourcd.
Edited by DelphineTheDelphox on Aug 17th 2019 at 5:53:24 AM
Based on the Characters page, what do you think of Staya? How would you rank him based on first impressions?
(You might want to keep spoilers off. There aren't too many on his entry yet, but just in case)
I can't choose just one, but some of my top favorites include Staya, Joka, and Dr. Nefarious.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Aug 17th 2019 at 7:31:57 AM
What's your favorite villain?
A lot of MCU villains I think fit this criteria, but the most disappointing to me was Dormammu, even though I liked the third act of the movie the best. They could have done so much with this villain, he could have looked a lot cooler, could be scarier, could have a lot more importance and now I don't we'll see him ever again. Same with Hela, who is probably one of the coolest villains in the MCU and now is probably dead.
Edited by The0dragon on Aug 17th 2019 at 7:30:55 AM
Is there a villain that you think had a lot of potential, but could have been executed better?
It'd be interesting to see a set of starters get regional variants. Aside from that, perhaps the Shinx line, or Dunsparce. The Goomy line is already on the list this gen in its standard form, so it most likely won't get a regional variant this time around, but I'd like to see that in the future as well.
Edited by AgentKirin on Aug 17th 2019 at 3:41:06 AM
Are there any Pokémon that you would like to see get regional forms in either Gen 8 or in the future?
Woody and Buzz Lightyear, Mario and Luigi, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Bob and Larry, and Charlie Brown and Snoopy, to name a few.
Edited by kablammin45 on Aug 17th 2019 at 6:22:00 AM
Some of your favorite duos?
When Dracula was the mortal man, Mathias Cronqvist, he was a famous knight admired by all for he incredible strategic brilliance. One day, while out in a war, his wife Elisabetha fell ill and died. Mathias fell into a deep depression, and was believed to have contracted the same illness that claimed his wife. Meanwhile, Leon Belmont, Mathias' comrade and closest friend, went into battle against the powerful vampire lord, Walter Bernhard, in a quest that ultimately led to the demise of his own beloved and the birth of the legendary Vampire Killer whip. With Walter defeated, it was revealed that Mathias had engineered the events from the sidelines, all so he could use a powerful artifact known as the Crimson Stone to absorb Walter's soul, becoming Dracula, the most powerful vampire who ever lived. When confronted by his former friend Leon, Dracula admitted that he came to hate God for taking his wife when he had been nothing but dutiful to Him, and became a vampire out of pure spite for God. He offered to turn Leon as well, knowing he must understand after losing his own beloved, but Leon refused, and swore that his family would forever oppose Dracula and hunt the night.
Even after all this, Dracula had no intentions for humanity, and was content with just enjoying his unlife. But some time later, Dracula fell in love again with a human names Lucy. They had a son who they named Adrian, and for once Dracula was happy. Then a nearby village accused Lucy of being a witch and publicly executed her. Distraught with the loss of another beloved, Dracula swore revenge once again, this time on humanity. Adrian, who had been taught by his mother to not hate humans, had no choice but to stand against his father, becoming Alucard, and aided the Belmont clan for the next several centuries in waging war against his father. At one point, just before Dracula died again, Alucard revealed his mother's lesson, and Dracula felt genuine remorse for the first time, but this still wasn't enough to stop him from waging war once again with his next rebirth.
When Dracula was finally destroyed for good, he was reincarnated as Soma Cruz, and it seemed God had finally given him another chance. However, the castle still calls for its old master, and now Soma must constantly battle against his own inner darkness, or risk becoming the immortal Lord of Darkness once again...
Edited by DelphineTheDelphox on Aug 17th 2019 at 3:58:58 AM
Just curious, what makes Dracula sympathetic? I've been interested in getting into that series, but I didn't know he was supposed to be a sympathetic villain. That kinda surprised me.
Lately, I would say either iteachvader, Boogidyboo, or Captain Duckturd.
Edited by DrNoPuma on Aug 18th 2019 at 5:12:09 AM
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