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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefoot View Post
    There's a big difference between telling people to stop doing stuff that effects you directly and telling people to stop expressing their opinions, especially on a forum like this where the original opinion is not directed at anyone.

    Not liking people to keep repeating the same jokes at you over and over vs wanting people to agree with you or shut up.
    what do you think is worse?
    It's sort of a melding of both I think. Even in the C.H.O.W thread, if someone gets a lot of weight for their opinions then it may end up affecting you directly because you'll end up painting what they suggest. You don't want to paint Manet, and I don't want to design generic soldier classes (Even though I don't even participate in CHOW.) I just don't like the way you just destroyed LL's post. There's nothing wrong with expressing your opinions but there's no need to be so aggressive about it.

    And I DID say:
    Though admittedly that would be a topic to do for I.O.W, because the C.H.O.W is more relevant to character design.
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    I notice you ignored every other point I made and went directly for the one you thought you could zing me with.
    That's what you do on the internet! And admittedly I couldn't be arsed to get into a massive thread argument about relatively trivial crap but we seem to be going that way anyway. On all other counts, you win, out of attrition to carry on the discussion which I don't feel inclined to do.

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    Its fucking common courtesy pal, you should still feel inclined to exercise it even though you are on the internet. So please, drop the haughty attitude so we can have a proper fucking conversation.
    Slightly off topic but you do seem like a rather angry person. Be less angry


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    Just saw a history channel special on the Warrior Queen Boudica and am all inspired. It would make a much more specific brief.

    She was the leader of the Iceni tribe in Roman occupied Britain and led an uprising after she was flogged and her daughters raped. Her armies took several cities and burnt down London.

    Here is a description of her by the Roman historian Cassius Dio "she was 'possessed of greater intelligence than often belongs to women', that she was tall, had hair described as reddish-brown or tawny hanging below her waist, a harsh voice and a piercing glare, and habitually wore a large golden necklace (perhaps a torc), a many-coloured tunic, and a thick cloak fastened by a brooch.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/histori...boudicca.shtml
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    Figure I'll contribute a few quick ideas:

    The Tiny Mechanic - The little person inside electronic devices that makes them work. For some reason I assumed this was how things worked when I was little. :>

    King Kai - The overseer of the universe. S/he lives on his/her own little planet on the edge of existence and uses sensory powers to watch over every corner of the universe. Yes I am stealing this from Dragonball.

    The Old Swamp Hermit - An estranged veteran of war, left to die in the depths of the murky swamp. Against all odds he made it is home and mastered it. He now uses his environment to his advantage, setting traps and camouflaging himself.
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    I dont think either of these have been done:

    Manjushri
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manjusri

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    Guan Yin
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guanyin
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    I don't think there's been an equestrian in awhile, and some art history would be cool, so I suggest Der Blaue Reiter (the blue rider).
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Der_Blaue_Reiter
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    havent been a team chow in awhile
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    but if thats not happening
    heres ranodm words togethor
    wounded swordsman of the ballistic gaurd
    a high standing respected warrior of a imperial nation that favors the colors gold blue and white
    the warrior is great in skill but is impaired in some way and makes up for with the rest of his body
    but nothing that doesnt visually show hes or a visual way to show how he copes like blind deaf or mute
    tar covered demon of the lagoon?0
    the demon originates from a black pit upon which dinosaurs once(unless im confused on where tar comes from)
    this demon is the cause of regional extinction
    the battlefield butcher
    this is person of no remorse no feellings what so ever he is a skitzophorenic with autority to kill he is crazy but can keep his composure he needs to remove parts of his victims as souveneers yet he doesnt have the time he battles in situations were he can not blink without chance of bieng killed so he needs to be alert and have quick tools and a insuspicous back pack filled with vody parts
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    Avenger of the Slain : Sole survivor of a massacre who stalks and murders those responsible and tattoos themselves with the blood of the fallen, generally scarring his/her face. Can be any age/ethnicity. When at last they kill all responsible, they hire services to others. The Avenger has the power to sense who is innocent/guilty and are tasked to take as many lives at the bequest of others as they did of their own accord before they can rest at last.
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    You know the characters you get on the front of spirits? (Captain Morgan's rum is a good example) We could design a character for that. I don't really know what you'd call those.
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    How about fighters?
    Martian fighter- Character who lives in Mars, he/she has big muscle and long head
    King of the valley- He/she has crown, rock made throne, big bodyguards, and he/she good in fighting.
    Alien bodybuilder- He has sixpacks, Gray or red skinned, and he very strong, but he has one leg.
    thats my idea. ( sry formy bad englsh )
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    Some of THESE could git here, no? <- Link

    and...

    -Impoverished other planet gold miner infected/empowered by crazy mutigenic substance he accidentally unearthed.

    -The Glass One - a being whose bodily fluids are all entirely made of glass (hot glass... semi-cold glass, imagine it)

    -Interplanetary Sniper - a god-like assassin from the future not from this planet who can shoot and kill people from over 2 planets away (so imagine his gun apparatus, it'd be huge and crazy to get a bullet that far, like a gigantic telescopic gun looking thing)

    Think Caine the longshot from Trigun

    -He who saw the unimaginable horror with only one eye - So a being who witnessed a Lovecraftian horror that'd make you go insane, but he only saw it with one eye...(so it's up to you think of what that would make him look like... like twoface or with one eye totally crazy)

    -Dragon Whisperer(Probably been done before) - y'know ... the Cesar Milan of dragons being badassss, doesnt have to be human, could be a giant.. would make sense... or even a little teeny girl that'd be crazier if done well!!!

    -Maniac Teleport - a man with a device that allows him to teleport but due to prolonged exposure (he has been teleporting so much) has been able to teleport with out the device lately... HOWEVER the side-affects are: randomly and against his own will ending up in horrifying dimensions, losing limbs due to erratic teleportation, ending up in the vacuum of space so now he always wears a oxygen apparatus...
    so imagine a guy missing limb(could've been replaced with badass mechanical ones) who looks mad and crazy and paranoid!!!

    -Tiny Feeble Old being, that has Galactic Telepathy - up to interpretation
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    A few ideas in the Holiday spirit

    Clockwork Krampus: Created by elves in Santa's workshop, this mechanical horror accompanies Santa on his rounds Christmas night, contending with naughty children as Santa leaves gifts for the good ones. Krampus on Wikipedia

    The Yule Goat: An old Scandinavian tradition, the Yule Goat has taken many forms- as a symbolic animal sacrifice, a scary figure or a Christmas gift-bringer. Any of these interpretations would be acceptable. Yule Goat on Wikipedia

    The Badalisc: A southern Alpine holiday tradition, the Badalisc is a strange creature ritually captured by the villagers every year in early January by a specific cast of costumed characters and led into the town to expose the sins of the community, after which a feast is held before the beast is freed. Badalisc on Wikipedia

    Apologies if any of these have been done before.
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