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#57 - 252 humans appeared in the mountains of the Core Mountains. Th…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Fantasy Civ. Check Description +2
User avatar #117 - redblueyellow (01/10/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 68** this is for the ore

Having settled at the foot of the mountains, the humans must now decide who should do what in order to survive and prosper. While on a minor expedition to search for resources, they discover an cave. After exploring the cave for a while and finding it is uninhabited, they come across some oreveins. Going back to the setlement to tell of their dicovery, they agree the cave could be turned into a mine. 32 people are tasked with mining the ore and the stone which they get from excavating the mine and mining the ore. Of these 32, 10 will steadily mine the ore, while the other 22 will excavate the mines and gather stone.
User avatar #118 - redblueyellow (01/10/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 96** This is the bonus for wood with a base of 30.

While the whole thing with the mine was going on, another group had already begun gathering wood to construct basic houses and farms. This was a group of 30 people.

The farmers (40 people, so total food production would be 400) used the three-year-rotation method, in order to avoid a bad harvest by exhausitng the ground. While scouting they stumbled across some cows and horses and stuff, which they took back to home and used for food and farming.

And finally, after a day of hard work, the humans are tired. But not tired enough to not have sex. (Assuming the male/female ratio of humans is 1/1, but like 5% (12) of them is unable to have sex or unwilling, or they're gay and don't produce offspring, that still leaves 240 people to produce offspring at 120 per 2 days. As my population grows, so will the people that have sex, though 5%-10% will always be sexually inactive and will thus not provide additional humans).
User avatar #121 - redblueyellow (01/12/2014) [-]
Population is now 360, however 10 died while mining or while working in the woods or just of age
Of the 120 new humans, 30 will farm bringen the total food production to 700
20 will gather wood, making it 50+96
50 will gather stone from the mine, while those collecting the ore will stay the same, bringing the total for stone on 72
of the now 360 villagers, 20 do not have sex, which leaves 340 to produce offspring, which results in 170 in 2 days. (In this calculation I do not count children or elderly persons.

Having settled at the foot of the mountain, the Core-humans hadn't strayed far from their settlement. However, some news from passing travellers of a very small group of Homuncili and an insect uprising did reach their ears.

Some of the villagers working late at night in the woods kept telling others it was as if they were being watched by something hiding in the dark, but most of them shrugged it of thinking it must have been a fox or some other animal.

There was one day when a small group of travellers was seen approaching the village, but they suddenly turned around and came back from whence they came.
User avatar #125 - redblueyellow (01/12/2014) [-]
While most of the village houses are built from a combination of wood and stone, some are carved out of the mountain, creating little caves. A wall was built around the village, though with an open area between it and the houses, to allow more buildings to be built. Guards patrol the walls, streets and the open field.
During mining, several ore vines were struck, including iron and silver. The villagers used this to make weapons and tools. The silver was used for jewelry and to coat the weapons for more durability.

These weapons were first distributed to all vilagers in order to have a basic means of defense. Then a town militia, which the guards are part of, was created and trained. The were equiped with a bow and arrows and a sword and shield. They were trained primarely to fight in small groups, as this was the best way to go in the town. This made them skilled one-on-one fighters, although they preferred to fight in groups. Another part of their training consisted of learning to fight as one army, though this had not been neceassary to fight of the occasional group of bandits.
Those who proved to be exceptionally skilled in combat and combat tactics were recruited in the Core-force. They were trained by the best to be the best. Among their trainers was an elf and a dwarf, who both wandered into the village one day (on one horse) and decided to stay. While the dwarf trained them to fight with force and strength, the elf thought how to be swift and agile. Each was a formidable warrior on his own, but together they were nearly unstoppable.
#49 - **redblueyellow rolls 252**  [+] (5 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Fantasy Civ. Check Description 0
User avatar #57 - redblueyellow (01/09/2014) [-]
252 humans appeared in the mountains of the Core Mountains. They lived in a valley surrounded by the mountains. Life was peacefull. Due to the small size of the community, everyone knew each other to some extent. While the community thrived for a few generations, eventually the recources became scarce. Realizing they could not stay in the valley any longer, the elders came to the conclusion that the valley had to be abandoned and a journey through the mountains was necessary in hopes of reaching a new liveable area. Some disagreed with this decision, thinking it to dangerous. However, after some more debate, even they knew it was best to leave. And so after a tough journey through the mountains, the entered a new world, and began to settle once again.

I hope this is any good. I don't know if I forgot to meantion some things. If so, please let me know and I'll add them
User avatar #117 - redblueyellow (01/10/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 68** this is for the ore

Having settled at the foot of the mountains, the humans must now decide who should do what in order to survive and prosper. While on a minor expedition to search for resources, they discover an cave. After exploring the cave for a while and finding it is uninhabited, they come across some oreveins. Going back to the setlement to tell of their dicovery, they agree the cave could be turned into a mine. 32 people are tasked with mining the ore and the stone which they get from excavating the mine and mining the ore. Of these 32, 10 will steadily mine the ore, while the other 22 will excavate the mines and gather stone.
User avatar #118 - redblueyellow (01/10/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 96** This is the bonus for wood with a base of 30.

While the whole thing with the mine was going on, another group had already begun gathering wood to construct basic houses and farms. This was a group of 30 people.

The farmers (40 people, so total food production would be 400) used the three-year-rotation method, in order to avoid a bad harvest by exhausitng the ground. While scouting they stumbled across some cows and horses and stuff, which they took back to home and used for food and farming.

And finally, after a day of hard work, the humans are tired. But not tired enough to not have sex. (Assuming the male/female ratio of humans is 1/1, but like 5% (12) of them is unable to have sex or unwilling, or they're gay and don't produce offspring, that still leaves 240 people to produce offspring at 120 per 2 days. As my population grows, so will the people that have sex, though 5%-10% will always be sexually inactive and will thus not provide additional humans).
User avatar #121 - redblueyellow (01/12/2014) [-]
Population is now 360, however 10 died while mining or while working in the woods or just of age
Of the 120 new humans, 30 will farm bringen the total food production to 700
20 will gather wood, making it 50+96
50 will gather stone from the mine, while those collecting the ore will stay the same, bringing the total for stone on 72
of the now 360 villagers, 20 do not have sex, which leaves 340 to produce offspring, which results in 170 in 2 days. (In this calculation I do not count children or elderly persons.

Having settled at the foot of the mountain, the Core-humans hadn't strayed far from their settlement. However, some news from passing travellers of a very small group of Homuncili and an insect uprising did reach their ears.

Some of the villagers working late at night in the woods kept telling others it was as if they were being watched by something hiding in the dark, but most of them shrugged it of thinking it must have been a fox or some other animal.

There was one day when a small group of travellers was seen approaching the village, but they suddenly turned around and came back from whence they came.
User avatar #125 - redblueyellow (01/12/2014) [-]
While most of the village houses are built from a combination of wood and stone, some are carved out of the mountain, creating little caves. A wall was built around the village, though with an open area between it and the houses, to allow more buildings to be built. Guards patrol the walls, streets and the open field.
During mining, several ore vines were struck, including iron and silver. The villagers used this to make weapons and tools. The silver was used for jewelry and to coat the weapons for more durability.

These weapons were first distributed to all vilagers in order to have a basic means of defense. Then a town militia, which the guards are part of, was created and trained. The were equiped with a bow and arrows and a sword and shield. They were trained primarely to fight in small groups, as this was the best way to go in the town. This made them skilled one-on-one fighters, although they preferred to fight in groups. Another part of their training consisted of learning to fight as one army, though this had not been neceassary to fight of the occasional group of bandits.
Those who proved to be exceptionally skilled in combat and combat tactics were recruited in the Core-force. They were trained by the best to be the best. Among their trainers was an elf and a dwarf, who both wandered into the village one day (on one horse) and decided to stay. While the dwarf trained them to fight with force and strength, the elf thought how to be swift and agile. Each was a formidable warrior on his own, but together they were nearly unstoppable.
#45 - **redblueyellow rolls 5** Humans  [+] (7 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Fantasy Civ. Check Description 0
User avatar #48 - Paczilla (01/09/2014) [-]
Now roll a 3 to see what your starting population is and make some lore to go along with your civ. The lore dosent need to be much, just enough to make is better than "x amount of humans appeared in the (place of your choosing) and the all died or lived and conquered the world."
User avatar #49 - redblueyellow (01/09/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 252**
User avatar #57 - redblueyellow (01/09/2014) [-]
252 humans appeared in the mountains of the Core Mountains. They lived in a valley surrounded by the mountains. Life was peacefull. Due to the small size of the community, everyone knew each other to some extent. While the community thrived for a few generations, eventually the recources became scarce. Realizing they could not stay in the valley any longer, the elders came to the conclusion that the valley had to be abandoned and a journey through the mountains was necessary in hopes of reaching a new liveable area. Some disagreed with this decision, thinking it to dangerous. However, after some more debate, even they knew it was best to leave. And so after a tough journey through the mountains, the entered a new world, and began to settle once again.

I hope this is any good. I don't know if I forgot to meantion some things. If so, please let me know and I'll add them
User avatar #117 - redblueyellow (01/10/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 68** this is for the ore

Having settled at the foot of the mountains, the humans must now decide who should do what in order to survive and prosper. While on a minor expedition to search for resources, they discover an cave. After exploring the cave for a while and finding it is uninhabited, they come across some oreveins. Going back to the setlement to tell of their dicovery, they agree the cave could be turned into a mine. 32 people are tasked with mining the ore and the stone which they get from excavating the mine and mining the ore. Of these 32, 10 will steadily mine the ore, while the other 22 will excavate the mines and gather stone.
User avatar #118 - redblueyellow (01/10/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 96** This is the bonus for wood with a base of 30.

While the whole thing with the mine was going on, another group had already begun gathering wood to construct basic houses and farms. This was a group of 30 people.

The farmers (40 people, so total food production would be 400) used the three-year-rotation method, in order to avoid a bad harvest by exhausitng the ground. While scouting they stumbled across some cows and horses and stuff, which they took back to home and used for food and farming.

And finally, after a day of hard work, the humans are tired. But not tired enough to not have sex. (Assuming the male/female ratio of humans is 1/1, but like 5% (12) of them is unable to have sex or unwilling, or they're gay and don't produce offspring, that still leaves 240 people to produce offspring at 120 per 2 days. As my population grows, so will the people that have sex, though 5%-10% will always be sexually inactive and will thus not provide additional humans).
User avatar #121 - redblueyellow (01/12/2014) [-]
Population is now 360, however 10 died while mining or while working in the woods or just of age
Of the 120 new humans, 30 will farm bringen the total food production to 700
20 will gather wood, making it 50+96
50 will gather stone from the mine, while those collecting the ore will stay the same, bringing the total for stone on 72
of the now 360 villagers, 20 do not have sex, which leaves 340 to produce offspring, which results in 170 in 2 days. (In this calculation I do not count children or elderly persons.

Having settled at the foot of the mountain, the Core-humans hadn't strayed far from their settlement. However, some news from passing travellers of a very small group of Homuncili and an insect uprising did reach their ears.

Some of the villagers working late at night in the woods kept telling others it was as if they were being watched by something hiding in the dark, but most of them shrugged it of thinking it must have been a fox or some other animal.

There was one day when a small group of travellers was seen approaching the village, but they suddenly turned around and came back from whence they came.
User avatar #125 - redblueyellow (01/12/2014) [-]
While most of the village houses are built from a combination of wood and stone, some are carved out of the mountain, creating little caves. A wall was built around the village, though with an open area between it and the houses, to allow more buildings to be built. Guards patrol the walls, streets and the open field.
During mining, several ore vines were struck, including iron and silver. The villagers used this to make weapons and tools. The silver was used for jewelry and to coat the weapons for more durability.

These weapons were first distributed to all vilagers in order to have a basic means of defense. Then a town militia, which the guards are part of, was created and trained. The were equiped with a bow and arrows and a sword and shield. They were trained primarely to fight in small groups, as this was the best way to go in the town. This made them skilled one-on-one fighters, although they preferred to fight in groups. Another part of their training consisted of learning to fight as one army, though this had not been neceassary to fight of the occasional group of bandits.
Those who proved to be exceptionally skilled in combat and combat tactics were recruited in the Core-force. They were trained by the best to be the best. Among their trainers was an elf and a dwarf, who both wandered into the village one day (on one horse) and decided to stay. While the dwarf trained them to fight with force and strength, the elf thought how to be swift and agile. Each was a formidable warrior on his own, but together they were nearly unstoppable.
#41 - **redblueyellow rolls 2** Humans  [+] (8 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Fantasy Civ. Check Description 0
User avatar #45 - redblueyellow (01/09/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 5** Humans
User avatar #48 - Paczilla (01/09/2014) [-]
Now roll a 3 to see what your starting population is and make some lore to go along with your civ. The lore dosent need to be much, just enough to make is better than "x amount of humans appeared in the (place of your choosing) and the all died or lived and conquered the world."
User avatar #49 - redblueyellow (01/09/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 252**
User avatar #57 - redblueyellow (01/09/2014) [-]
252 humans appeared in the mountains of the Core Mountains. They lived in a valley surrounded by the mountains. Life was peacefull. Due to the small size of the community, everyone knew each other to some extent. While the community thrived for a few generations, eventually the recources became scarce. Realizing they could not stay in the valley any longer, the elders came to the conclusion that the valley had to be abandoned and a journey through the mountains was necessary in hopes of reaching a new liveable area. Some disagreed with this decision, thinking it to dangerous. However, after some more debate, even they knew it was best to leave. And so after a tough journey through the mountains, the entered a new world, and began to settle once again.

I hope this is any good. I don't know if I forgot to meantion some things. If so, please let me know and I'll add them
User avatar #117 - redblueyellow (01/10/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 68** this is for the ore

Having settled at the foot of the mountains, the humans must now decide who should do what in order to survive and prosper. While on a minor expedition to search for resources, they discover an cave. After exploring the cave for a while and finding it is uninhabited, they come across some oreveins. Going back to the setlement to tell of their dicovery, they agree the cave could be turned into a mine. 32 people are tasked with mining the ore and the stone which they get from excavating the mine and mining the ore. Of these 32, 10 will steadily mine the ore, while the other 22 will excavate the mines and gather stone.
User avatar #118 - redblueyellow (01/10/2014) [-]
**redblueyellow rolls 96** This is the bonus for wood with a base of 30.

While the whole thing with the mine was going on, another group had already begun gathering wood to construct basic houses and farms. This was a group of 30 people.

The farmers (40 people, so total food production would be 400) used the three-year-rotation method, in order to avoid a bad harvest by exhausitng the ground. While scouting they stumbled across some cows and horses and stuff, which they took back to home and used for food and farming.

And finally, after a day of hard work, the humans are tired. But not tired enough to not have sex. (Assuming the male/female ratio of humans is 1/1, but like 5% (12) of them is unable to have sex or unwilling, or they're gay and don't produce offspring, that still leaves 240 people to produce offspring at 120 per 2 days. As my population grows, so will the people that have sex, though 5%-10% will always be sexually inactive and will thus not provide additional humans).
User avatar #121 - redblueyellow (01/12/2014) [-]
Population is now 360, however 10 died while mining or while working in the woods or just of age
Of the 120 new humans, 30 will farm bringen the total food production to 700
20 will gather wood, making it 50+96
50 will gather stone from the mine, while those collecting the ore will stay the same, bringing the total for stone on 72
of the now 360 villagers, 20 do not have sex, which leaves 340 to produce offspring, which results in 170 in 2 days. (In this calculation I do not count children or elderly persons.

Having settled at the foot of the mountain, the Core-humans hadn't strayed far from their settlement. However, some news from passing travellers of a very small group of Homuncili and an insect uprising did reach their ears.

Some of the villagers working late at night in the woods kept telling others it was as if they were being watched by something hiding in the dark, but most of them shrugged it of thinking it must have been a fox or some other animal.

There was one day when a small group of travellers was seen approaching the village, but they suddenly turned around and came back from whence they came.
User avatar #125 - redblueyellow (01/12/2014) [-]
While most of the village houses are built from a combination of wood and stone, some are carved out of the mountain, creating little caves. A wall was built around the village, though with an open area between it and the houses, to allow more buildings to be built. Guards patrol the walls, streets and the open field.
During mining, several ore vines were struck, including iron and silver. The villagers used this to make weapons and tools. The silver was used for jewelry and to coat the weapons for more durability.

These weapons were first distributed to all vilagers in order to have a basic means of defense. Then a town militia, which the guards are part of, was created and trained. The were equiped with a bow and arrows and a sword and shield. They were trained primarely to fight in small groups, as this was the best way to go in the town. This made them skilled one-on-one fighters, although they preferred to fight in groups. Another part of their training consisted of learning to fight as one army, though this had not been neceassary to fight of the occasional group of bandits.
Those who proved to be exceptionally skilled in combat and combat tactics were recruited in the Core-force. They were trained by the best to be the best. Among their trainers was an elf and a dwarf, who both wandered into the village one day (on one horse) and decided to stay. While the dwarf trained them to fight with force and strength, the elf thought how to be swift and agile. Each was a formidable warrior on his own, but together they were nearly unstoppable.
#40 - Comment deleted 01/09/2014 on Fantasy Civ. Check Description 0
#38 - Yeah I'd love to. I assume I have to pick a race first, and si… 01/09/2014 on Fantasy Civ. Check Description 0
#29 - I would love to participate, but I have no idea how this stuff…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/09/2014 on Fantasy Civ. Check Description 0
User avatar #34 - Paczilla (01/09/2014) [-]
games on if you want in
User avatar #38 - redblueyellow (01/09/2014) [-]
Yeah I'd love to. I assume I have to pick a race first, and since it's my first time I'll just be a simple faggot and choose the humans.

What would be my next step?
#52 - what 01/09/2014 on Hot +3
#6 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 01/09/2014 on Gun-Dumb +45
User avatar #75 - alphadolan (01/10/2014) [-]
`tgm

win with and iron dagger
#4 - Comment deleted 01/09/2014 on Parade malfunction 0
#9 - Picture 01/08/2014 on Good Dad Batman +5
#19 - eh, everyone has their own sense of humour. I can enjoy this, … 01/08/2014 on Warning Spoilers watch at... +2
#16 - Honestly, I really enjoyed them both so far (though maybe that…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/08/2014 on Warning Spoilers watch at... +2
#18 - nationalanthem (01/08/2014) [-]
well that would be true if this actually was funny but its not.. its childish as hell.. and you useually stop flipping of the camera in every shot at age 14 and yeah they(the movies) are okay i guess... not soo much the last one though..
#21 - anonymous (01/08/2014) [-]
so immature gaiz
#19 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
eh, everyone has their own sense of humour. I can enjoy this, especially the one where he's between the dwarfs.
But I can understand people find this childish.

(The Boba Fett thing isn't meant as an insult or anything, just another thing I find funny involving a finger )
#9 - I just hope they put this in part 3. They should've j…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/08/2014 on Warning Spoilers watch at... +27
#26 - anonymous (01/09/2014) [-]
That's the most fantastic idea and mental image I've had this year
#12 - nationalanthem (01/08/2014) [-]
jesus chirts i had such high expectations for this! but as you can clearly see not even the lead role takes it seriously...
User avatar #16 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
Honestly, I really enjoyed them both so far (though maybe that's because I haven't read the books).

But this is just the cast having some fun on set. Orlando Bloom was singing "taking the hobbits to Isengard" and I believe Ian McKellen fell asleep once (though that wouldn't be having fun). But still, it's just guys at work, it doesn't have anything to do with how they think about the movie.
#18 - nationalanthem (01/08/2014) [-]
well that would be true if this actually was funny but its not.. its childish as hell.. and you useually stop flipping of the camera in every shot at age 14 and yeah they(the movies) are okay i guess... not soo much the last one though..
#21 - anonymous (01/08/2014) [-]
so immature gaiz
#19 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
eh, everyone has their own sense of humour. I can enjoy this, especially the one where he's between the dwarfs.
But I can understand people find this childish.

(The Boba Fett thing isn't meant as an insult or anything, just another thing I find funny involving a finger )
#3 - **** yeah open air urinals 01/08/2014 on Why you are Dutch +3
#155 - Yes I know. I made a mistake saying I had to show my pasport I…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street 0
User avatar #173 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
That's because England and the continent hate eachother
#145 - Actually I only had to show it when I entered the boat at Cala…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street 0
User avatar #150 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
calais is in france...
User avatar #155 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
Yes I know. I made a mistake saying I had to show my pasport IN England, when I should have said "entering" England. I apologize for any confusion I have caused.
User avatar #173 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
That's because England and the continent hate eachother
#118 - True but it would still be very easy to cross borders even if …  [+] (5 new replies) 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street 0
User avatar #142 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
That's because Ireland and Britain don't like eachother.
User avatar #145 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
Actually I only had to show it when I entered the boat at Calais to England. I didn't make that clear in my previous comment, sorry about that
User avatar #150 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
calais is in france...
User avatar #155 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
Yes I know. I made a mistake saying I had to show my pasport IN England, when I should have said "entering" England. I apologize for any confusion I have caused.
User avatar #173 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
That's because England and the continent hate eachother
#262 - And I shall ride proudly on my horse/pony while golfing with m… 01/08/2014 on Fantasy Character Creator 0
#215 - It wasn't inluded in the post but I think I can get a pony. Bu…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/08/2014 on Fantasy Character Creator 0
User avatar #228 - joancod (01/08/2014) [-]
Brandobras Tuk, shall be thy name.
User avatar #262 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
And I shall ride proudly on my horse/pony while golfing with my enemies heads
#212 - I'm a halfling fighter from a town in the hill lands. Doesn't …  [+] (4 new replies) 01/08/2014 on Fantasy Character Creator 0
User avatar #213 - joancod (01/08/2014) [-]
If you have a pony, yes.
User avatar #215 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
It wasn't inluded in the post but I think I can get a pony. But maybe I'm big enough to ride an actual horse
User avatar #228 - joancod (01/08/2014) [-]
Brandobras Tuk, shall be thy name.
User avatar #262 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
And I shall ride proudly on my horse/pony while golfing with my enemies heads
#210 - **redblueyellow rolls 03,051**  [+] (5 new replies) 01/08/2014 on Fantasy Character Creator 0
User avatar #212 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
I'm a halfling fighter from a town in the hill lands. Doesn't that make me that uncle from Bilbo who invented golf?
User avatar #213 - joancod (01/08/2014) [-]
If you have a pony, yes.
User avatar #215 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
It wasn't inluded in the post but I think I can get a pony. But maybe I'm big enough to ride an actual horse
User avatar #228 - joancod (01/08/2014) [-]
Brandobras Tuk, shall be thy name.
User avatar #262 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
And I shall ride proudly on my horse/pony while golfing with my enemies heads
#8 - Vegita sacrificing himself is one of the best scenes in DBZ …  [+] (8 new replies) 01/08/2014 on Scumbag Akira Toriyama +19
#24 - bogdaneight (01/08/2014) [-]
User avatar #21 - roflstorm (01/08/2014) [-]
Damn right

Vegeta's Noble Sacrifice (HD) (1080p)
#20 - roflstorm has deleted their comment.
#12 - tomliboo (01/08/2014) [-]
Still gives me chills
#9 - anonymous (01/08/2014) [-]
i agree that it was one of the best scenes but i think it shows more just how deeply vegeta holds the love of his father and his home planet because in the end vegeta's heritage was his pride, the strong line of warriors that defined so much of his life until he met Goku. he cared so much for his roots that he sacrificed his current life, his wife and child, in order to remember what it was like to feel the freedom of being a prince of a warrior race. then later when he realized that he was living in the past and that the most important thing to him was already around him he finally realized that defeating boo wasn't about warrior pride, it was about protecting the most important thing to him. so long story short it wasn't about showing that not only goku would sacrifice himself for his loved ones, it was about making an important psychological step and letting go of the past.
User avatar #19 - saiyajinwarrior (01/08/2014) [-]
That was beautiful, anon.
#18 - hairibar (01/08/2014) [-]
Well, Goku DID sacrifice his life before, when Cell was going to explode, and he teleported him to other place (I can't really remember how was it called)
User avatar #13 - theoatmealguy (01/08/2014) [-]
Also, note that Vegeta never claims to be the king of all saiyans, even though his father is dead, which shows that he loved and/or respected his father enough that he placed his memory above his pride.
#44 - You don't need a passport to travel from Belgium to the Netherlands.  [+] (7 new replies) 01/08/2014 on We just walk down the street +2
User avatar #113 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
I know that, but you need it to get in places that aren't in the EU.
I wasn't specifically referring to Bel/Ned, I was talking about how Americans think crossing country borders in Europe is as easy as interstate driving.
User avatar #118 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
True but it would still be very easy to cross borders even if you have to show your passport. I only had to show it in England while travelling to Dublin. Didn't take that long.
User avatar #142 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
That's because Ireland and Britain don't like eachother.
User avatar #145 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
Actually I only had to show it when I entered the boat at Calais to England. I didn't make that clear in my previous comment, sorry about that
User avatar #150 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
calais is in france...
User avatar #155 - redblueyellow (01/08/2014) [-]
Yes I know. I made a mistake saying I had to show my pasport IN England, when I should have said "entering" England. I apologize for any confusion I have caused.
User avatar #173 - Loppytaffy (01/08/2014) [-]
That's because England and the continent hate eachother
#20 - Bidoof  [+] (1 new reply) 01/07/2014 on POKEMON +10
#26 - ximz (01/07/2014) [-]
Nah it's clearly a cat
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User avatar #18 - jetanotheranon (11/23/2012) [-]
Got a list of the mods up put on your skyrim?

i want to test my 670
User avatar #19 to #18 - redblueyellow (11/23/2012) [-]
I´m sorry, but this isn´t my skyrim. It´s just a picture I found on the internet. I wish I could help you. I do know alot of people in the comment section posted links to several mods.
User avatar #20 to #19 - jetanotheranon (11/23/2012) [-]
Bummer
#15 - hasselaar ONLINE (06/17/2012) [-]
Beste moment van de show tot nu toe.
Beste moment van de show tot nu toe.
User avatar #17 to #15 - redblueyellow (06/17/2012) [-]
En fking saved
User avatar #16 to #15 - redblueyellow (06/17/2012) [-]
Ben net klaar met kijken! Aflevering was echt vet. Wel kut dat Lin haar bending kwijt is. Maar motherfocking Iroh komt met een heel leger. Facking baas! Dezelfde stemacteur als Zuko ook.
#13 - hasselaar ONLINE (05/30/2012) [-]
Nerdgasm?
Nerdgasm.
#10 - lemoutonvert (05/28/2012) [-]
Hey, do I need to hit you with a car before you go on a date with me?
User avatar #11 to #10 - redblueyellow (05/28/2012) [-]
Are you an aribender? 'Cause you are fly!
#12 to #11 - lemoutonvert (05/28/2012) [-]
are you an earthbender, cause your moving something hard in my pants.
#7 - hasselaar ONLINE (05/22/2012) [-]
User avatar #2 - trollsinmycloset (12/11/2011) [-]
Good work my minion. You have pleased me quite a bit. It does not matter if her 'talent' and 'emotion' are no longer a part of her then that does not matter. Be sure to grab Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner as well. We could use their fan bases to 'capture' more members.

As for the spy, good job, but work quickly. We do not want this spy to spread the word about what we were up to, now do we?

I apologize for not being easy to reach, as I do not frequent this site very often. I shall make note to check it every day. What I do use more often is Skype or MSN. I tend to use these forms of communication daily. As well as websites other than this one.
User avatar #3 to #2 - redblueyellow (12/12/2011) [-]
I shall collect their souls master.

Master, I have important news. I have discovered our spy. I was horrified to find out, but not completely surprised. It was none other then one of ou own, one among the council: Ron Weasley.
What should I do with him, my master?
User avatar #4 to #3 - trollsinmycloset (12/14/2011) [-]
Good job my loyal Soul Taker. I have found that I can rely on you quite well these days. You have done well.

As for Ron Weasley, the council shall seek to confront him on this matter. Shall the council feel that punishment is necessary, they shall do as they see fit. If he was only spying to learn information, that will be fine, he will never leave the organization with that information... But if he had been spying with the intent of spreading information about the inner workings of the cult, then he shall be taken care of.

Go forth, my pet. Make me proud. >:)
User avatar #5 to #4 - redblueyellow (12/19/2011) [-]
Master, I started my hunt for he who is called Taylor Lautner. However, due to leaked information, he knew I was coming, so he fled to Peru. It is quite difficult to locate him here, for he has hid himself between the alpaca's. It is quite a challenge to keep him apart from these animals. However, I will catch him, do not worry. I will not fail.

What is the progress in the Weasly case, my lord?
User avatar #6 to #5 - trollsinmycloset (12/23/2011) [-]
Weasley has been found guilty of betraying the High Counsel. He is to be stripped of his honour and his position. He will be confined in our dungeons for some time while we repair for a memory re-write and a reassignment of his talents.

As for Taylor Lautner, keep going strong my pet. I know that you are the only one who can accomplish this task. *kisses cheek* I trust you will use your enthusiasm at my pleased disposition to work towards completing your assignments. Be quick my pet. :)
User avatar #1 - trollsinmycloset (12/06/2011) [-]
Thank you very much, my minion. I am quite pleased. While cleansing a soul is difficult, I am required to know how to perform such a task for my post as Soul Keeper.
One day, when you are more experienced and well trained, you shall learn this technique as well.
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