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#121 - **** man calm down. 04/15/2015 on COMPILATION OF CUTE 2D SHIT... +3
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>implying Jeb will get past New Hampshire
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>who is Rand Paul?
#168 - anonymous (04/13/2015) [-]
some retard from Kentucky
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Only plebs fail to recognize Libertarian masterrace.
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#61 - I refuse to allow the 10% of the show to ruin it for me. Just … 04/12/2015 on Steven Universe Comp 23 +1
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I don't know what I expected
#42 - I am not denying the Meredith was cruel. Hell honestly the ord…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/04/2015 on Vydia +6
User avatar #49 - finblob (04/04/2015) [-]
also it robert downey jrs birthday today
#43 - finblob (04/04/2015) [-]
Do you really think Alistair could convince the Chantry to ditch the circles? Because I don't. What Anders did was wrong. Obviously. But it was necessary. Mother Elthina was feigning ignorance to the entire templar/mage fandango and was only making it worse.
But Elthina also said "Death is never justice."
Justice was wrong. Anders fusing with Justice was wrong. Anders and Justice blowing up the chantry and causing so much death was wrong. The mage rebellion was wrong. But it was all needed.
If it didn't happen, Kirkwall would collapse into itself more dramatically than it did. Orsino resorting to blood magic in Act 3, imagine that happening with every mage in the Free Marches. Everyone would die. That boss fight was hard. Why would all the mages do that? Because they had to. There was a quest where you had to stop a templar from raping a young girl mage. This isn't even some SJW "him being rude 2 her is rape!!" He was genuinely feeling her up. He was doing it to tons of mages. That was also wrong. Justice killed that Templar, then nearly killed the young girl as well. Not Anders, but Justice.

I'm biased towards mages, I know. But the templars were never right. At least not in the way Bioware portrays them.

TL;DR: Anders had good intentions, Justice pushed him to the extreme. (boom)
The mages had good intentions, the templars pushed them to the extreme. (blood magic/ rebellion)

sorry for being so whiney and ranting, but I just really feel for Anders' character and I hope he returns in DAI DLC or DA4 because he was a really good character, in my opinion.
#207 - truemecid (04/05/2015) [-]
Actually, I believe you find out when Alistair becomes king. He abolishes the circles in Ferelden and offers mages sanctuary. Even after Anders messed up.
Then they repay him by taking over Redcliff evicting his uncle and greatest supporter and throw themselves at mercies of some random tevinter magister. Who then tries to enslave them.
The circles might not be perfect. But the problem is, when a normal person has a mental meltdown, some people suffer. When a mage has a mental meltdown demons are summoned and villages burn. So personally I do belive some control should be excerted, but not as Meredith did.
User avatar #223 - finblob (04/05/2015) [-]
You make a lot of sense. The mages in Inquistion were just as bad as the templars.
What I'm trying to say is that the Templars in Kirkwall (and the Free Marches) were in the wrong.
#259 - truemecid (04/06/2015) [-]
True. Fudge Meridith.
User avatar #98 - greyhoundfd (04/04/2015) [-]
Not really getting involved in this debate, but he wouldn't have to convince them. He would just have to plant a big enough army outside their largest military centers and say "Do what I fucking tell you to do or else."
User avatar #102 - finblob (04/04/2015) [-]
That would cause just a big a war as the mage rebellion.
User avatar #118 - greyhoundfd (04/05/2015) [-]
But it would be justifiably different. By making it a war about the extent of control that a kingdom can exert rather than the balance of power between Templars and Mages it would discourage fighting in the streets between magic-users and anyone who doesn't like magic. Starting the same war for different reasons can make a huge difference.
User avatar #222 - finblob (04/05/2015) [-]
Good point
Sadly, I didn't make Alistair king. I kept him with the Wardens
#31 - You mean the whiny fantasy sjw who would always bring up magic…  [+] (12 new replies) 04/04/2015 on Vydia +33
User avatar #34 - finblob (04/04/2015) [-]
"Meredith executed another 3 mages today. Not as punishment, just as an example"

Dialogue from the game, by a passing templar in the gallows.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hHLbmzZdAY

The templars killing Bethany.

"Since when is Justice happy? Justice is righteous. Justice is hard."

It was Justice that killed the innocents, not Anders. He states in party banter that Justice forces him to do things to help people.

He also sacrificed his life (depending on your choices) in an attempt to free mages all over Thedas. He didn't start the war. The war was on it's way. He was just the catalyst in the reaction.
#42 - bdawg (04/04/2015) [-]
I am not denying the Meredith was cruel. Hell honestly the order could have changed and there were many possible replacements for her and things could have changed within the order. And also Anders is not exempt from the blame if you ask him if justice told him to do this he will tell you they merged and they are one now so you cannot put all the blame only on justice. And when you brought up him "freeing mages" keep in mind that a giant war claiming the lives of thousands is not change. Just look at Alistair when he is king. He was already making strides to give mages more freedom. Hell given time the mages in Ferelden could have ditched the circles and it could have been a representation on how mages do when they are free. War could have been avoided and a better solution could have happened were it not for Anders.
And honestly the mages should never have been set free. Maybe they should be given a bit more freedom but to free a group of people that can easily kill hundreds of people single handily is not a good idea at all. War can be stopped even at the last minute and even if it can't Anders still targeted innocent fucking people. If he wanted an act of freedom attack the Templars not a church with hundreds of innocent people.
User avatar #49 - finblob (04/04/2015) [-]
also it robert downey jrs birthday today
#43 - finblob (04/04/2015) [-]
Do you really think Alistair could convince the Chantry to ditch the circles? Because I don't. What Anders did was wrong. Obviously. But it was necessary. Mother Elthina was feigning ignorance to the entire templar/mage fandango and was only making it worse.
But Elthina also said "Death is never justice."
Justice was wrong. Anders fusing with Justice was wrong. Anders and Justice blowing up the chantry and causing so much death was wrong. The mage rebellion was wrong. But it was all needed.
If it didn't happen, Kirkwall would collapse into itself more dramatically than it did. Orsino resorting to blood magic in Act 3, imagine that happening with every mage in the Free Marches. Everyone would die. That boss fight was hard. Why would all the mages do that? Because they had to. There was a quest where you had to stop a templar from raping a young girl mage. This isn't even some SJW "him being rude 2 her is rape!!" He was genuinely feeling her up. He was doing it to tons of mages. That was also wrong. Justice killed that Templar, then nearly killed the young girl as well. Not Anders, but Justice.

I'm biased towards mages, I know. But the templars were never right. At least not in the way Bioware portrays them.

TL;DR: Anders had good intentions, Justice pushed him to the extreme. (boom)
The mages had good intentions, the templars pushed them to the extreme. (blood magic/ rebellion)

sorry for being so whiney and ranting, but I just really feel for Anders' character and I hope he returns in DAI DLC or DA4 because he was a really good character, in my opinion.
#207 - truemecid (04/05/2015) [-]
Actually, I believe you find out when Alistair becomes king. He abolishes the circles in Ferelden and offers mages sanctuary. Even after Anders messed up.
Then they repay him by taking over Redcliff evicting his uncle and greatest supporter and throw themselves at mercies of some random tevinter magister. Who then tries to enslave them.
The circles might not be perfect. But the problem is, when a normal person has a mental meltdown, some people suffer. When a mage has a mental meltdown demons are summoned and villages burn. So personally I do belive some control should be excerted, but not as Meredith did.
User avatar #223 - finblob (04/05/2015) [-]
You make a lot of sense. The mages in Inquistion were just as bad as the templars.
What I'm trying to say is that the Templars in Kirkwall (and the Free Marches) were in the wrong.
#259 - truemecid (04/06/2015) [-]
True. Fudge Meridith.
User avatar #98 - greyhoundfd (04/04/2015) [-]
Not really getting involved in this debate, but he wouldn't have to convince them. He would just have to plant a big enough army outside their largest military centers and say "Do what I fucking tell you to do or else."
User avatar #102 - finblob (04/04/2015) [-]
That would cause just a big a war as the mage rebellion.
User avatar #118 - greyhoundfd (04/05/2015) [-]
But it would be justifiably different. By making it a war about the extent of control that a kingdom can exert rather than the balance of power between Templars and Mages it would discourage fighting in the streets between magic-users and anyone who doesn't like magic. Starting the same war for different reasons can make a huge difference.
User avatar #222 - finblob (04/05/2015) [-]
Good point
Sadly, I didn't make Alistair king. I kept him with the Wardens
User avatar #37 - finblob (04/04/2015) [-]
Feel free to dislike Anders. I can understand why he'd be annoying. But if you're gonna say "the templars were right" or "anders started the war" or "anders was a terrorist" you should tag your opinion as wrong
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