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#13 - >Playing human paladin >Sequel campaign where we asc…  [+] (1 reply) 02/18/2016 on Your D&D Stories 24-30 +34
#26 - ciacheczko (02/18/2016) [-]
I can already imagine your party's fw.
#16 - "British accent" Which one? Do you mean: …  [+] (19 replies) 02/02/2016 on UK on suicide watch +26
#59 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
"Scottish accent"

Which one? Do you mean:
Aberdonian, Inverneshian, Edinburgh, Dundonian, Buchan, Glaswegian, Doric, Orkonian, Sheltand, Moray, Angus, Mearns, border-scots, Black Isle
#52 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
smoggie mentioned swell with parmos
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#38 - battletechmech (02/02/2016) [-]
Cockney, gawd sayve te queen luv, long liv da guv'na!
#30 - turbanmasher (02/02/2016) [-]
Wouldn't those be dialects?
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#47 - ztheart (02/02/2016) [-]
An accent is a difference in pronunciation, a dialect is a difference in vocabulary.

Soda vs pop vs coke
bubble vs water fountain
sidewalk vs pavement
gas vs petrol
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#31 - drzix (02/02/2016) [-]
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#49 - alarubra (02/02/2016) [-]
Do you know what an accent is? a distinctive mode of pronunciation of a language, especially one associated with a particular nation, locality, or social class. A dialect is a different grammatical structure or word choice (slang) by region. Most of those terms are associated with both dialects and accents. In this specific case, he was referring to the accents.
#56 - turbanmasher (02/02/2016) [-]
K it is an accent I had the 2 mixed around
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#29 - mutzaki (02/02/2016) [-]
Any of them. Hence "British" and not a specified one.
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#27 - Mesmus (02/02/2016) [-]
cockney is the more popular one really
#26 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
"Scottish" as if there's one
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#20 - seeingred (02/02/2016) [-]
Cockney, Geordie, and Scouse, obviously.
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#22 - hkd (02/02/2016) [-]
I can't imagine anything sounding even vaguely attractive in a Geordie accent.
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#23 - seeingred (02/02/2016) [-]
The most comprehensible out of my listed accents is Cockney and they can sound mentally retarded.
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#24 - hkd (02/02/2016) [-]
I've often wondered how any pickup lines sound in a West Country accent...
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#19 - rattybastard (02/02/2016) [-]
#18 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
All of them.
#17 - anon (02/02/2016) [-]
All Americans think that we speak like the queen
#200 - It's not difficult to imagine that people are different. The o…  [+] (1 reply) 12/24/2015 on Logic 0
#202 - anon (12/29/2015) [-]
>different opinion about a movie


Kill yourself faggot

And if you see other defining characteristics, tell me what they are - otherwise you are not even presenting any arguments
#82 - Kylo is damn strong. He can hold people completely in place, w…  [+] (7 replies) 12/23/2015 on I really want a series... +9
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#100 - iamnuff (12/23/2015) [-]
I think his chestbeating was him using the physical pain to try to drown out the pain of him just having killed his dad, semi-by-accident.

you'll notice that he knocks Ray down and gets a perfect shot at her on the ground, but instead of taking it, he backs off to punch his wound some more, because he's still having doubts.

Pretty sure if the sun getting eaten didn't happen at exactly the wrong time, he'd have just given up without a fight, but he took the sun fading as the "sign" he'd been asking for and reaffirmed his conviction to be a dickhead.
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#99 - iamnuff (12/23/2015) [-]
Pretty sure his freezing thing was just a force paralysis thing. An uncommon apilcation of the force, but not exactly high-tier.

it's not like he was crushing people into juice, or shooting lightning everywhere. He might be able to stop things moving, but he rarely attacked with the force.

When put up against anyone who isn't totally defensless against the force used as a weapon he got punked.

Ray countered his mind-probe with her own, and she force-pulled the saber so hard it shot right past him even though he was also trying to pull it to him.
#103 - anon (12/23/2015) [-]
His level of force paralysis is considered pretty damn high-tiered, especially with the EU no longer being canon.

He's not weak in the force. Rey is just a Mary Sue who is terribly written to be amazing at everything. Unless it turns out that she's a mind wiped padawan of Luke's, then there's zero reason she should be this strong. It's WAY more powerful than both of the Skywalkers combined when they first started using the force. Right now it comes across as a cheap cop out and a "muh strong woman" message
#114 - padme (12/23/2015) [-]
There is a hint that she could have been a trainee of Skywalker's when Anakin's saber calls out to her and she touches it. There's a shot of a young Rey being taken away from something (potentially dangerous like Kylo slaughtering a Jedi Temple). Being placed into that Jedi training program was voluntary on the parents' part, as was explained by Leia and Han's discussion about Ben about half way through the movie. Knowing that, we can rule out that she was forcefully (no pun intended) put into Luke's program.
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#107 - iamnuff (12/23/2015) [-]
Force paralysis might be hard I guess, but he never does anything with it.

he stops a blaster shot, but blasters are rarely a threat to jedi or sith. he also stops someone who (at that point) had no defence against it.

He's weak, his swordsmanship is sloppy and he's undisciplined.
He's a punk-ass bitch. A nobody.

Ray might be about as strong as a half-trained Padawan, (yes, impressive for someone with no training) but it's not like she flipped on God-Mode to deal with him. He just failed.

He's not the darth-vader he wishes he was.
#113 - anon (12/23/2015) [-]
You're missing the point. The mere ability to stop a blaster shot with the force is a feat that's incredibly rare. It takes a powerful force user to be able to stop one. Yes, they aren't a threat because he could easily just deflect them, but that doesn't mean that what he did wasn't incredibly powerful.

His lightsaber abilities are pathetic, but that's not the point of what I'm arguing anyways. It makes sense that he'd lose the duel seeing as he was just shot by Chewie and Finn also managed to wound him a bit.

What is terrible is that Rey can overpower him with no effort on her part. Whether you like him or not, Kylo is a strong force wielder. The blood of Skywalker still flows through him. Rey is most likely like Luke's daughter, but that doesn't account for her incredible power. If she wasn't previously being trained, she is a terribly written character. Within the context of just this movie, she is a terribly written character.

It does NOT matter that Kylo Ren isn't a fully trained sith. He should still be able to defeat someone who has had absolutely no guidance in the ways of the force, due to the mere fact that she shouldn't know how to use it. She didn't even know the force was real until a just a little earlier.
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#184 - iamnuff (12/25/2015) [-]
Says who?

Seriously, EU is non-canon. It might be a unique trait that only he can do, it might be something incredibly difficult to learn or it might be something that anyone could do if only they knew the trick to it.

There's absolutely no indication that it takes a significant amount of power or strength to pull off, since the only person we see using it is Kylo Ren, and he's honestly a little sub-standard in all respects.
#197 - Finn mentions that the first battle is literally HIS first bat…  [+] (4 replies) 12/22/2015 on Logic 0
#198 - anon (12/24/2015) [-]
And how does he differ from the other stormtroopers who do not care at all?

As for Rey, again, refer to autistic fits by mr ebil sith lord when presented with the fact that she is a woman. That is her defining characteristic, not her past, as the past was barely touched upon at all except for those 30 seconds or whatever

Also, nice block faggot. Cannot handle differernt opinions?
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#201 - auesis (12/24/2015) [-]
Btw, Disney fucked up and revealed that She's Luke's daughter. Any issues anyone ever had with her being strong are invalid.
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#200 - auesis (12/24/2015) [-]
It's not difficult to imagine that people are different. The other stormtroopers in a tiny squad did fine, but what about the millions that cover solar systems? There are obviously going to be other defectors.

Only YOU are seeing that as her defining characteristic, which is why I blocked you, because I had second thoughts about listening to a tard that can only see SJW conspiracies through their lenses like something out of They Live.
#202 - anon (12/29/2015) [-]
>different opinion about a movie


Kill yourself faggot

And if you see other defining characteristics, tell me what they are - otherwise you are not even presenting any arguments