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#156 - rollcore (03/07/2013) [-]
**rollcore rolled a random image posted in comment #75 at god damnit **
User avatar #135 - goochmaster (03/07/2013) [-]
I'd take the jaw replacement. My jaw makes me ******* look like Beavis
#142 to #137 - goochmaster (03/07/2013) [-]
Yep, I'm definitely saving that
Yep, I'm definitely saving that
#144 to #142 - memescomefromb (03/07/2013) [-]
I would hope! I thought it was pretty funny!
User avatar #129 - symustafa (03/07/2013) [-]
Slowly......
#127 - lohdecay (03/07/2013) [-]
For $1500 it better come with a cyborg body.
User avatar #125 - chuckbillrow (03/07/2013) [-]
i dont really care what they look like so long as they make a version that is compatible with normal glasses
User avatar #126 to #125 - elricmiless (03/07/2013) [-]
they do, it's called contacts
User avatar #128 to #126 - chuckbillrow (03/07/2013) [-]
look i would rather continue to not have a HUD than get contacts
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User avatar #122 - fuckilostthegame (03/07/2013) [-]
I've never played metal gear before but is that some sort of Raiden imitation?
User avatar #116 - TheBarneyStinson (03/07/2013) [-]
Hey, remember that time when Raiden got his ass kicked by Sam a lot, and you feel like **** for letting it happen?
#114 - curlyhairedgoddess (03/07/2013) [-]
They're both fugly.
User avatar #113 - datassman (03/07/2013) [-]
I think Raiden needs to get sucked into his own ******* , for he will never be a suitable replacement for any Snake ever.
User avatar #115 to #113 - TheBarneyStinson (03/07/2013) [-]
Dude killed like 20 RAYs in a row.
User avatar #166 to #115 - volgin (03/08/2013) [-]
No he didn't.
They just walked away after their health was depleted.
User avatar #167 to #166 - TheBarneyStinson (03/09/2013) [-]
Yeah, well, he still did more to each one of them than Snake did to REX. 9 years after Shadow Moses, and after having it's main weapon taken, REX was not only still in fighting condition, but strong enough to take out a Metal Gear specifically designed to kill it.
User avatar #168 to #167 - volgin (03/09/2013) [-]
The RAYs both Snake and Raiden fought were prototypes..
And they were not meant to destroy REX, the were meant to destroy REX rip-offs.
AND Otacon supercharged REX in MGS4
User avatar #131 to #115 - laelaps (03/07/2013) [-]
I want to like Raiden, I really do. But Kojima keeps ruining him as a character.

After MGS2 I was really pissed at Raiden being the new main character, I felt he was a whiny arrogant bitch who was a douche to everyone because he thinks he's better than everyone.
Well, by the time MGS3 had come and went I had finally warmed up to the idea of Raiden, and actually liked him as a character. I thought he was a perfect match in the series, as a somewhat green agent who had snake to show him the ropes and inspire him to fight for his own reasons. I appreciated Raiden for his role in MGS2 and felt for him since he was used as a pawn of the patriots.

So I became stoked for his appearance in MGS4; but then MGS4 just took raidens character and bastardized him as being this tormented snake wannabe who is ****** immortal in every sense of the world. Seriously the events they put him in made him too unrealistic a character and unrelateable. His indestructableness really turned me off to him again.
Well, slowly I began to appreciate Raiden's role in MGS4 as well, specifically at the end as he was given a normal appearence and was advised by snake to not a live a life of fighting now that the patriots were dismantled. He has a family and a life to go back to, and he did what had to be done but he could finally leave that in the past. So again I started to feel for him.

Then Rising comes out. And just undoes all of that character development and turns him into a machine which belittles anything he does. Idgaf if he takes down all these metal gears and indestructible senators, he's a ******* brain and eyes attached to a mechanical suit where he derives any and all power from. Not to mention he's a heartless killer who really has no good reason to fight directly opposed to what he had learned from snake in mgs2. Sure the game tried to paint him as a hero towards the end but it was poorly done.

TL:DR Raiden just keeps getting worse and worse as a character.
User avatar #159 to #131 - TheBarneyStinson (03/07/2013) [-]
It makes sense that your opinion of Raiden changes with each game. So does mine. But I don't dislike any of them.

MGS2 Raiden is widely disliked because of his androgynous appearance, as well as the whole bait and switch thing. But if you just look at it like what it is, his becoming a "Snake wannabe" makes perfect sense. Raiden was an outsider to the wartorn life that all the other characters, even Otacon at that point, are so accustomed to. He start out whiny, yeah, but I think he's supposed to, because it shows how some normal guy who isn't totally comfortable with killing someone, even a bad guy. He came from his life as a child soldier and, as hard as he tried to put that life behind him, he can't. I liked that.

In MGS4 his being "immortal" also worked, because he kind of wanted to die. War had made him into an unstoppable monster, and he just wrecked EVERYTHING. At the end, when he finally got to live with his whore wife and ugly child, I thought it was a much better ending than him just dying a monster. The only problem was, after seeing him flipping around cyborg ninja-ing around, I wanted a game of that. And I sort of got it.

In MGR, I don't even know. The game is awesome, but it was supposed to be a prequel, and I wish they had kept it that way. I don't like what they did to him by making him fight again, but that doesn't make him worse as a character. He's doing what he has to for his family, and I respect that. He's saving children, and providing for his family. As you said, he's about 90% robot at this point, what else is he gonna do?



TL;DR I don't always agree with him, or the situations he's put in, but he's a likeable character who probably went through the biggest character ark out of any character in the series.
User avatar #162 to #159 - laelaps (03/08/2013) [-]
You make some fair points. I think I just have to chalk my dislike of raiden up to platinum games bastardization of the franchise. You're right, it makes 0 sense for him to keep fighting after GOP, but because PG insisted on going forward in time they undid all his character development in MGS4. The game was really fun like you said, but the story, characters, and dialogue was just dreadful. There is more to a MGS game than just sneaking, which is why I wasn't too upset when they departed from that mentality. But MGS has such a strong storyline in each game with so much suspense, and twists, and character ambiguity, the plot is developed so much. Rising was just a linear simple story that serves merely as an excuse to cut everything. This is why the game sucked. But pure gameplay wise probably one of the most fun and challenging games I've played.

I think I may be discrediting PG too much though. After all it was Kojima who originally designed Raiden as this new cyborg ninja in MGS4, and while his immortality didn't necessarily make him a bad character, I think his role in the game lessened the integrity of the game and made it worse than it could have been. Just the fact that they used him for every single plot hole, every time Snake was in an inescapable situation they just substitute raiden because he can take any amount of damage. As I said it really ruined the integrity of the game because I couldn't get into the moment or feel for snakes character because I know no matter what situation he would get into, which would otherwise be suspenseful and climatic, I know they can just throw raiden in there to fix everything. It really got on my nerves so I guess I take that out on Raiden's character, when it really was a game development flaw.
User avatar #163 to #162 - TheBarneyStinson (03/08/2013) [-]
That is true. With pretty much the sole exception of Col. Volgin, no Metal Gear game before Rising had such two-dimensional villains. And Volgin felt a lot more necessary, since Snake needed motivation to keep going, and killing the Boss sure wasn't it. And that's why I look at Rising as what it is; a side-story, filled with mindless action and, admittedly, a pretty cute cameo from Sunny. But if they take the franchise where I'd like them to (more prequels starring Big Boss), and take Rising where Kojima wants it to go (a prequel starring Gray Fox), maybe we'll be able to just pretend Rising didn't happen, because unless the next game makes a lot of changes, I'm content to pretend Guns of the Patriots was the finale it was meant to be.

As for his roll in GOP, now that you mention it, it would've saved everyone a lot of time if they were just like "Raiden, go kill Ocelot." I mean, did he even have nanomachines, or was he too cyborg for that? I can't remember.
User avatar #164 to #163 - laelaps (03/08/2013) [-]
He didn't have nanomachines. I remember specifically because in MGO whenever I would try to scan Raiden it wouldn't do anything. So yea, no nanomachines. I guess they wanted to make sure Ocelot would die with the new strain of foxdie Drebin injected into Snake.

Also a rising game with Gray Fox would be fantastic, his story makes so much more sense in Rising's concept. He fights because it is the only thing he is good at, and he fights for what he believes in which you could say about the hijacking of kids brains. Whereas Raiden acts like he has to fight because of his past which isn't true and snake tried to tell him that.


More Big Boss games could get a little tired if you ask me, he already has a ton of games. Solid Snake has always been my favorite but his chapter ended with MGS4. Which is why I'm skeptical about Kojima expanding the franchise via prequels because eventually he is going to add so much information that didn't exist at the time of the earlier games, and the thing about the earlier games is that kojima brilliantly weaved all their stories together and they each had their influence on every game that came after them. The last thing I want to see this series become is a Final Fantasy or Assassins Creed, where they just keep adding a game every year, at the expense of the plot, just because there's demand for it. I think it would be much more wise for Kojima to think about re-making the first two metal gears, with the technology available now, and the story of Big Boss that has since been created. I think they could turn it in to something awesome.

As far as spin-offs though, I really want to see a shooter style game like battlefield using the backdrop of Solid Snakes time in the Green Berets or Fox's involvement in the Mozambique civil war. It would capitalize on the call of duty shooter audience and introduce a new avenue for the return of Solid Snake as a character.
User avatar #165 to #164 - TheBarneyStinson (03/08/2013) [-]
Raiden having nanomachines really would've been Ocelots only way to stop him. Hell, they're the only reason Snake didn't kill him right away. Guess it's just lucky for him Philanthropy never thought of that.

Plus every time he died, it would make a lot more sense. Like, after Raiden nonchalantly stabbed himself just to get to the IMMORTAL person behind him, it became kinda hard to believe he'd die as easily as he can in MGR.

Maybe, but if you ask me, we're just getting to the good stuff. Outer Heaven was established in the late 80's, the original Metal Gear takes place in 1995, and Peace Walker takes place in 1974. I'd at least like to bring the Big Boss series up to that point, so the whole thing can come full circle. Throw in the prequel to Rising, maybe a sequel to reassure us that Raiden's actually done, and then end the series with a remake of the original two Metal Gears. Call it MGS: Origins or something, because frankly the fight between Solid Snake and ***** Snake is kind of a big deal, and with what this series has become, it's a crime to leave such an important moment in 8bit.

I swear to God I wrote everything above this before I finished reading your message. I only read up to "More Big Boss games could get a little tired if you ask me,". The two of us are on a wavelength, my man.

As for spin-offs go, gameplay wise, I'm comfortable with them exploring any aspect they want. They've earned my trust, at least in that regard. I just don't want them to stray to far from the original point. This started off as the story of Solid Snake. When they started exploring the lives of ***** Snake (my personal favorite character) and Raiden, I thought it tied in nicely. But I'd hate for it to become "the adventures of Foxhoud, featuring nothing to do with Snake or anyone he's ever met, except maybe a cameo from Campbell."
User avatar #169 to #165 - laelaps (03/09/2013) [-]
Still a lot of questions left unanswered about the future of the metal gear franchise. Seeing as how they are determined to continue Big Boss' story I want them to change his character a little bit then how he was in the past 3 games he stared in. Especially after peace walker I want to see him in more of an anti-hero role. As per leading up to him being the central villain of the first two games. I think if they keep building him up as this good guy, his defeat at the hands of solid snake seems tarnished and takes away from Solid's character.

The end of Peace Walker hinted at the creation of Outer Heaven and his commitment to being a nation of mercenaries ready to fight for anyone's war. And MGS4 ended with Big Boss acknowledging that he was just as misguided in interpreting the Boss' will as Zero was. I think these two aspects set him up perfectly to be the anti-hero in ground zeros whose efforts and motivations are shady and not altruistic.

Switching GEARS to Phantom Pain, which is nothing but speculation. I want to see them explore another snake's story. The missing arm (albeit the wrong one) allows me to hint at the possibility of liquid as a main character. Who could easily not have died at shadow moses, but instead fell into a foxdie induced coma. His resentment of the patriots is perfectly suitable for a game.

All of this aside, I just really miss MGO and I don't really care what they do with ground zero long as I can play the best multiplayer again. MGO3 on the fox engine just seems so unspeakably good. But alas is the fate of a mgs fan, constantly in a state of anticipation and suspense.
User avatar #170 to #169 - TheBarneyStinson (03/09/2013) [-]
It's already been established he was fighting for what the Boss believed. Since we already know both what those actual beliefs are and how corrupted they'll become by Big Boss and the Patriots by the events of MGS4, I think keeping him in the hero role would be perfect. We know he's fighting for something genuine, and he really is a sympathetic character. In a way, having to defeat someone you're not even sure you disagree with only adds to the challenge. Plus, people love to argue that Solidus was a good guy, conveniently forgetting that he ******** Raidens parents, so I'm sure fans would have a field day.

Um, yeah. I should read your whole message before I start responding. Even though I continue not to. I am a (relatively) new fan to the series, so I'm yet to complete Peace Walker, so I'll take your word for that.

I didn't want to be the one to bring up Phantom Pain, since for all I know it's just one massive prank on the fanbase, but yeah. It's gonna be something significant, since they've done such an elaborate campaign. But I'm fairly certain Liquid died at Shadow Moses. He had to. In MGS2, Liquid's spirit possessed Ocelot via his arm. And I know that in MGS4 they're all like "yeah, not really", but they do reference the fact that after MGS2, Ocelot got a new prosthetic specifically so Liquid couldn't posses him anymore. Besides, when Liquid takes over in MGS2, they actually use Liquid's voice actor. This doesn't happen in MGS4. I guess it could be Solidus in Phantom Pain,though. I'm not sure.

I played MGO once, in a Japanese arcade. I'm really bad at it, but it was pretty awesome.
User avatar #171 to #170 - laelaps (03/10/2013) [-]
I get that, Phantom Pain is all speculation and I know Liquid died at shadow moses, but you know how the MGS series likes to pull the whole, "OHP! THEY WEREN'T REALLY DEAD" routine. (as evidenced by Big Boss actually appearing in mgs4, they use ridiculous Frankenstein plot holes to reverse a characters death). And yea, seeing as how MGS likes to be really vague about the legitimacy of OCelots dual personality via liquids arm just leaves the topic that much more open-ended for them to retrofix a plot hole so it would fit in with a new story with liquid at the helm. Again, all speculation so there are really no credible arguments as to how the phantom pain is going to turn out.

And dude, totally play peacewalker, the ending gives a lot of evidence towards Big Boss' devolution into the villain, including denouncing The Boss as his 'role-model' and truely accepting his title as Big Boss, and having his soldiers forsake their countries and ideologies. Personally, I find his transformation from hero to villain to be fascinating and I really hope its an avenue Kojima pursues in portraying in games.

Protip: Just watched the ending audio-bit from peace walker to verify my points. Such a haunting speech, and David Hayters voice is graveled like never before.
User avatar #172 to #171 - TheBarneyStinson (03/10/2013) [-]
True, but they never gave evidence about Big Bosses death. They just sort of went "yeah, he's probably dead or something." And the series is yet to have any contradictions as major as finding out Liquid Ocelot has been a lie the whole time, so I have my doubts. Also, Ocelot has always been a man with a plan, but if Liquid Ocelot was a lie, that would mean he would've been planning GOP for 7 years, which would just involve a lot of lucky guesses on his point. "Gee, I sure hope Snake miraculously survives a boat wreck, then continues doing his job illegally despite being considered a nation terroris, and then, two years later, an agent with no legitimate field experience manages to defeat not only me, but my two immortal friends, Vamp and Fortune. Because if none of that happens, I'm screwed." Besides, wasn't Liquid Ocelot the whole reason they decided to make the Sorrow his dad?

I've started it, but I decided I wanted to play Portable Ops first. Then, about an hour into Portable Ops, I unplugged my PSP and found out the battery doesn't work and lost all my save data. I really didn't want to start over, so I decided to finish Rising. Which I did earlier today. So I guess I'll go back to Portable Ops on Monday, and Peace Walker after that. Afterwards I'll play Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, and finish off the series with Metal Gear Solid. And ha, you admit it. Games starring Big Boss are badass.

I'm not watching anything from Peace Walker until I play it. Spoilers. Speaking of David Hayter, a while ago he asked on Twitter how fans would feel if he didn't voice Snake in Ground Zeroes. I mean, I realize he'll have to start sounding like Richard Doyle eventually, but still. Hayter's kinda the greatest, and I'd like him to Snake for the rest of the series.
User avatar #173 to #172 - laelaps (03/10/2013) [-]
If David Hayter doesn't voice Snake in Ground Zeroes they will not sell a single copy. I like that you're trying to finish Portable Ops before moving on top Peacewalker, portable ops gets a lot of unwarranted hate if you ask me. Portable Ops was really fun, for a handheld game, and the only reason why I would consider it to be sub-par is because Peace Walker is so remarkable in comparison so a lot of people dismiss portable ops because they compare it to peace walker, even though it is a great game in its own merit.

Good luck playing Metal Gear and Metal Gear 2 though, they're probably the toughest games in the series to finish because of their limited game capabilities. A lot of times you have to do things and go places in a particular order otherwise when you get farther into the game you're screwed. For example I was like half way through the game only to be blocked out by a tank. The only way to defeat it is mines which I apparently didn't come across enough of because I didn't have enough to finish it off. Instead of scouring the entire game area that I have played through to find mines, I found it much more satisfying to just write-off finishing the game, and I have no regrets. It was ******* stupid.

And, yea Big Boss games are badass, and personally I thought MGS3 to have the best story (more genuine without all the patriots and nanomachines that explain every plot device and immortal being). And if they ever make a MGS movie I hope they base it off the events in MGS3. That being said, I still like Solid Snake more bdcause I find him more interesting as a character, and I feel the only reason Big Boss has so much love is because his story was told in later games that were more advanced gameplay and graphics wise, and also had the ability for more in depth stories and character development with more available disk space and so on. Solid Snake was doomed to have his legendary story told through the restriction of MSX and playstation.
User avatar #174 to #173 - TheBarneyStinson (03/11/2013) [-]
I'd like to think that was the case, and that if Konami tried to pull anything the fans would revolt. But that's not true. Because the games have badass opening credits, most fans a least know who he is, so the backlash would be more than in most game series, but I'm still not sure it would be enough. And yeah, Portable Ops is about what I expected in a PSP game. So is Peace Walker, though I don't think I've made it far enough to really know what the hype is about.

I beat the original Metal Gear some time ago. It was easy enough. And I'm probably not gonna write of the sequel, either, because "killing" Big Boss is pretty significant. Even if his AI works in a way not befitting a legendary hero.

I started with MGS3, so I really had no idea what I was getting when I played 2.
Again, I'm yet to beat Metal Gear 2 or Metal Gear Solid, so I know how his story ends, but not how it begins. And the reason I prefer Big Boss is because he seems more human. He has silly superstitions, and let's people (the Boss and, to an extent, EVA) get closer to him than is wise. He worked his way up from a nobody to a hero. He did more than was expected, Solid Snake was cloned from an established hero, so he just sort of did as expected. And despite Liquid's obsession, dominant traits aren't inherently better, so even killing Liquid wasn't that impressive.
User avatar #175 to #174 - laelaps (03/12/2013) [-]
In my opinions MGS1 is easily the best game in the franchise, as well as my personal all time favorite game, and since Solid Snake was the protagonist he became my favorite character. And you're right he is a clone who is only doing what is expected but at the same time that's what makes him so fascinating, is that ever since birth he has been condemned to live this life as a perfect soldier, he only exists as the result of some mans lab experiment to recreate his father (who he already harbors resentment against for Outer Heaven). So he really never had the chance to create his own identity which is why he fights to overcome his genetic fate and fight for what he believes as an individual. He pursued this through philanthropy which I find to me a much more noble cause than Big Boss' soldiers without borders.

Also, I think Solid seems more human than big boss even if he is a clone. He fights because he has to, whereas it seems big boss fights because he wants to. Snake constantly tries to make his own life as he tried retiring from active duty after Outer Heaven and Zanzibar. No matter how hard he tries to leave his life as a soldier behind the patriots are manipulating and controlling his fate behind the scenes which he takes it upon himself to free himself in the events of MGS2 and MGS4.

It really is a shame he isn't in more current gen. games because he is one hell of a character.
User avatar #176 to #175 - TheBarneyStinson (03/12/2013) [-]
I'm probably going to play the Twin Snakes instead, since the first time I tried, the controls really put me off. And I'm not saying Snake isn't interesting. In fact, the two of them sort of have a parallel going on. Big Boss was a man who fought to become a legendary soldier because of the Boss. Snake was a soldier who fought to become a normal person because of, well, mostly himself, but I think Otacon was a big influence. Until then, he was sort of the "I don't have the luxury of friends" type. He brought out his humanity. Plus, neither of them (Snakes Solid and ***** ) wanted cloning to be involved in the story, and both of them at some point kicked Ocelots ass. And Philanthropy is a better organization, but he was kind of forced into it. The government betrayed him, so he had to start his own group. With Big Boss, it was the exact opposite. The government loved him, but he left them because he felt betrayed. He could've had a cosy life as a war hero, but he left to fight for his own ideals. No matter who's ideals you agree with, you have to admit that what Big Boss did took balls.

I will admit, one of the most emotional moments in the series (for me) was when EVA died. I expected her to be a villain, but it almost brought tears to my eyes when I realized "dude, Snake has a mom." And then when he met Big Boss, got disarmed and father-hugged, I was just happy. I really can't make a good argument for my case beyond what I've said, because I really do love Snake as well. And it is a hard case to make when Big Bosses big reveal of being a villain involves him saying "turn off your MSX and go do something". You say Snake's story is underrated because of the MSX limitations, but remember, that was a big deal for Big Boss too.

I agree. But besides a few remakes, I don't know what else they can do with Snake.
User avatar #177 to #176 - laelaps (03/12/2013) [-]
Yes the snakes are both amazing characters and much better than Raiden, who was the whole target of this conversation in the first place, so I guess I'm bringing it full circle.

I don't really have much more to say, other than the most emotional parts in the series you mentioned. One of the most emotional came for me at the end of MGS4 as Snake is making his way down the microwave tunnel, and the screen is split so you see all of the chaos going on outside the ship, and snake is literally dying as he crawls to end all of it. Raiden is dying, Mei Ling is trying to survive being overrun by FROGS and RAY, and Otacon is in tears at Snake's fate, and all the while the Love Theme (perfect song for the scene) is playing. And of course the unfinal cutscene where snake commits to ending his life, holy **** almost wept at that.

Seriously MGS4 was such an emotional game, the only thing that almost compares to it was the end of MGS3 where Snake just stands above The Boss hesitantly as he finally puts the bullet in her head.

And of course these are just the sad or very deep moments, I'm not counting the moments where the game sends goosebumps through my skin through pure excitement or suspense, or even action.
User avatar #117 to #115 - datassman (03/07/2013) [-]
Be that as it may, I will never be able to get over the bitch he was in Sons of Liberty, and as such can never respect him.
User avatar #118 to #117 - TheBarneyStinson (03/07/2013) [-]
At the beginning, yeah. But after two full games of kicking ass, he's more than made up for it. Or are you forgetting that time he saved Snakes life by fighting off a bunch of frgos with his mouth?
User avatar #121 to #118 - Thebiggeorgy (03/07/2013) [-]
I agree with both. Snake is the only Snake I will love, and Raiden is awesome as a Cyborg Ninja and not a snake wanna be
User avatar #120 to #118 - datassman (03/07/2013) [-]
Not forgetting it, just discounting it based on irrational and rather irrelevant evidence. I have a tendency to do that.
#108 - Kraid (03/07/2013) [-]
I still await the day that the solid eye comes out.
#106 - MAHEREX (03/07/2013) [-]
Calibrations up in this bitch.
#146 to #106 - afrogeist (03/07/2013) [-]
****					 yeah, Mass Effect!
**** yeah, Mass Effect!
#111 to #106 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
i romanced the **** out of garrus in the new DLC
dancing with him was the best swooning moment i had with any "fictional"
character
#132 to #111 - lordnerevar (03/07/2013) [-]
I like the way you had to use quotations on the word Fictional.
I like the way you had to use quotations on the word Fictional.
User avatar #133 to #132 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
i have some of dat 3d garrus IRL action in my room
to scale model currently in my bed
playing guitar
cause i always thought it would be funny as **** trying to see a turian play guitar
cause you know
knife fingers and welp lack of
#134 to #133 - lordnerevar (03/07/2013) [-]
Pics or did not happen, mang.
Pics or did not happen, mang.
#143 to #134 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
i am buying one of these
User avatar #147 to #143 - lordnerevar (03/07/2013) [-]
Garrus Waifu?
#149 to #147 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
also it would be husbando
#148 to #147 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
garrus dakimakura
**** yeah
#157 to #150 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
not   
even   
sorry
not
even
sorry
#138 to #134 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
see
SEE
(*note "to scale" was to my TV's scale)
User avatar #140 to #138 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
i threw the Normandy and some Spartans in there
#145 to #140 - lordnerevar (03/07/2013) [-]
MFW you sullied Mass Effect paraphernalia with Halo figurines.   
-Neat- Mass Effect paraphernalia, at that.
MFW you sullied Mass Effect paraphernalia with Halo figurines.
-Neat- Mass Effect paraphernalia, at that.
User avatar #151 to #145 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
not even the tip
also
you know tali
well i had some time on my hands and some materials
and i kind of made the full ******* suit
User avatar #152 to #151 - lordnerevar (03/07/2013) [-]
Pics or it didn't happen. >_____>
User avatar #155 to #152 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
still at school >__________________________________________________________<
User avatar #136 to #134 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
***** as soon
AS SOON as i get home
imma show you
User avatar #105 - evilanakie (03/07/2013) [-]
i wanted one like garrus's visor
#99 - sniffalot (03/07/2013) [-]
What do these marvellous glasses do? I googled it, but it must be too good to be true.
User avatar #107 to #99 - zombiemanic (03/07/2013) [-]
nope pretty much does what it says, hence why the joke is, go up to someone that has them and yell "GOOGLE GLASSES, IMAGE SEARCH HORSES ******* OPEN FIRST 50 RESULTS" and if they are too discombobulated you can add "SEND FIRST 50 RESULTS TO ALL EMAIL ADDRESSES"
User avatar #98 - tomorrowsnightmare (03/07/2013) [-]
I would take them WITH jaw replacement. Mines ****** up.
#97 - qun (03/07/2013) [-]
you will be like us, you will be more than us, you will be upgraded.
#96 - carnageboy (03/07/2013) [-]
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Google Glasses
#93 - apatheticalcare **User deleted account** (03/07/2013) [-]
What I want the HUD to look like.
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