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#54 - Picture  [+] (7 new replies) 03/27/2015 on McDonalds +5
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#52 - Picture  [+] (9 new replies) 03/27/2015 on McDonalds 0
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#51 - It was Joe Hisashi - One Summer's Day  [+] (1 new reply) 03/27/2015 on McDonalds +2
User avatar #85 - imdan (03/27/2015) [-]
Thank you for that
#43 - I laughed but it hurt alittle... Our beautiful nation is r…  [+] (18 new replies) 03/27/2015 on McDonalds +5
#71 - anonymous (03/27/2015) [-]
can you tell me more about this?
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User avatar #72 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/27/2015) [-]
Long story short, our government keeps taking in immigrants, and have already gotten to the bottom of their budget despite it having been less than one year since it was set.
Mind you, in sweden, a budget is supposed to last 3 years.
#50 - clechyl (03/27/2015) [-]
You mean it's becoming more beautiful?
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#49 - anonymous (03/27/2015) [-]
whats the title of the music? its somewhat studio gibli related.
#51 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/27/2015) [-]
It was Joe Hisashi - One Summer's Day
User avatar #85 - imdan (03/27/2015) [-]
Thank you for that
#56 - Picture 03/27/2015 on Superheroes sext 0
#154 - It's not gonna go off at random, right? 03/25/2015 on eiaisqzbsesb's profile 0
#176 - Shamefully swedish. 03/25/2015 on muh triggers 0
#57 - Pretty much this would happen to the rest of the story. 03/23/2015 on troll genie 0
#137 - Picture 03/23/2015 on muh triggers +3
#136 - I prefer Patriotic america over pussy america.  [+] (2 new replies) 03/23/2015 on muh triggers +1
User avatar #175 - theshinypen (03/25/2015) [-]
Are you american?
User avatar #176 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/25/2015) [-]
Shamefully swedish.
#192 - The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku s… 03/22/2015 on remember -1
#190 - No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No,… 03/22/2015 on remember -1
#187 - >>#174 Read my previous comments again, ***…  [+] (5 new replies) 03/22/2015 on remember -1
User avatar #191 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
From one made up calculation to another.
User avatar #192 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku starts with 50, you'll have to ask the theorists themselves. I generaly don't sink deeper into these things then what is needed to understand their thought process.
User avatar #189 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
You're talking about increase and improvement. Not what he had when he was a child.
User avatar #188 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The huge wall of text you posted still doesnt say that goku had a power level of 50 at the start of the series.
User avatar #190 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No, the fact that he has a power level of 50 at the start of the series was not the point I was trying to make with that comment. I was explaining the THOUGHT process that most power level theorists use when speculating unspecified power levels.

Goku having 50 at the start of the series, is, however, something supported by the people who use this process. One of the most famous theorists is Vegito1089: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fji1urrx8DU
#185 - This is the way they calculate power increase, based off of th…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/22/2015 on remember -1
User avatar #186 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
So that wall of text is the "Proof" That a morbidly obese landwhale has 5 times the power level of a farmer? that does manual labour every single day?
User avatar #187 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
>>#174

Read my previous comments again, fuckface.

"I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct."

This is not about OP's faulty way of calculating IRL power levels. This is about weather the Daizenshuu is a more relieable source than the consensus of most power level theorists.
User avatar #191 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
From one made up calculation to another.
User avatar #192 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku starts with 50, you'll have to ask the theorists themselves. I generaly don't sink deeper into these things then what is needed to understand their thought process.
User avatar #189 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
You're talking about increase and improvement. Not what he had when he was a child.
User avatar #188 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The huge wall of text you posted still doesnt say that goku had a power level of 50 at the start of the series.
User avatar #190 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No, the fact that he has a power level of 50 at the start of the series was not the point I was trying to make with that comment. I was explaining the THOUGHT process that most power level theorists use when speculating unspecified power levels.

Goku having 50 at the start of the series, is, however, something supported by the people who use this process. One of the most famous theorists is Vegito1089: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fji1urrx8DU
#182 - So you will rather go with a source that time and time again h…  [+] (9 new replies) 03/22/2015 on remember -1
User avatar #183 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
"mathematical equations" Kek
#185 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
This is the way they calculate power increase, based off of the numbers given in the manga.

"Typically, at very best, a human improves by about 5% a month with intense training on their own. This number CAN be compounded by training with otherworldly beings like Kaio-Sama or aliens, or intense gravity, but for a talented human fighter, they will improve by roughly 5% every month they train. If the training is sporadic, they only improve by 2%.

A Saiyan, however, is capable of greater training boosts, due to their unique physiology. Saiyans and half-saiyans improve by around 8% every month they intensely train. If they are training in increased gravity however, this number increases by an additional 7% for every 10G they are training under. Now, by intense training, I mean that's all they do is Eat - Sleep - Train. If they only periodically train over the course of that month, they will only improve by 5%.

Similarly, highly adept Namek fighters (like Piccolo), achieve a higher boost than human fighters, but less than Saiyans. As such, it is reasonable to assume that a Namek Fighter will improve by 6.5% every month they train, or only by 3% in sporadic training.

Training with Kami increased (on average) the power levels of the training fighters by a factor of 7 (Tenshinhan's power increased from 250 to 1830 over the course of the year).

Goku, training with Kaio-Sama for 158 days (around 5 months), increased his power by almost a factor of 20, so it can be assumed that the earth fighter's powers increased by a similar factor during their time (around 9 months in Tenshinhan's case) with Kaio-Sama. Therefore, a human training with a God-like figure on a planet with 10x Gravity will increase by a factor of 4 every month they train there.

Piccolo, over the course of the year he trained to fight the Saiyans, increased his power by a factor of 8, slightly more than human fighters, but still enough to account for the higher training boost Nameks receive over humans (his power increases from 408 to 3500, while his held back power was 1400). If accounting for the training boost with Kaio-Sama (increase by a factor of 20), his power level when arriving on Namek would be around 70,000.

Based on calculation that Piccolo's power upon arriving on Namek was around 70,000, but then barely surpasses Freeza's second form (which has a PL of around 1,325,000), this is the formula for equating Namekian Fusion: Namekian's current base full power x 20.

Saiyans possess the most potential in the series, as is obvious. The reason for this is Zenkai. Now, contrary to popular belief, Zenkai does not occur when a saiyan trains. The power boost a Saiyan receives from training is much less than the boost received from recovering from near fatal injuries. That's the key point. Zenkai ONLY occurs when a Saiyan recovers from near fatal injuries, and will not occur if a Saiyan inflicts mortal injuries to themselves (this is confirmed by Vegeta in the Manga).

Now, Zenkai boosts followed a pretty standard formula up to the Freeza Saga, where the formula flew out the window to compensate for Freeza's overwhelming power (it is stated that in rare/ special cases, a Zenkai boost could exceed the traditional multiplier, but these are few, far between, and rarely occur).

Based on research of Goku's strength from Dragon Ball up to the Freeza Saga, the typical Saiyan (and half-Saiyan) will receive a 33% power boost from a Zenkai. This is clearly evidenced by Vegeta over the course of his portrayal on Namek. On Earth, Vegeta was stated to have a maximum power of 18,000 (this is not the number of his Galick Gun Blast, which approaches 24,000). After the Battle, Vegeta's power increased by around 6,000 to a reading of 24,000 (evidenced by Dodoria's Scouter). Following his beating by Zarbon, then during his battle with Recoome, Vegeta had a PL of 32,000 (sometimes read as 30,000), meaning his power had increased by 8,000, which is just over 33% of 24,000."
User avatar #186 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
So that wall of text is the "Proof" That a morbidly obese landwhale has 5 times the power level of a farmer? that does manual labour every single day?
User avatar #187 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
>>#174

Read my previous comments again, fuckface.

"I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct."

This is not about OP's faulty way of calculating IRL power levels. This is about weather the Daizenshuu is a more relieable source than the consensus of most power level theorists.
User avatar #191 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
From one made up calculation to another.
User avatar #192 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku starts with 50, you'll have to ask the theorists themselves. I generaly don't sink deeper into these things then what is needed to understand their thought process.
User avatar #189 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
You're talking about increase and improvement. Not what he had when he was a child.
User avatar #188 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The huge wall of text you posted still doesnt say that goku had a power level of 50 at the start of the series.
User avatar #190 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No, the fact that he has a power level of 50 at the start of the series was not the point I was trying to make with that comment. I was explaining the THOUGHT process that most power level theorists use when speculating unspecified power levels.

Goku having 50 at the start of the series, is, however, something supported by the people who use this process. One of the most famous theorists is Vegito1089: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fji1urrx8DU
#180 - 1. I called you a stupid mother ****** because you didn…  [+] (11 new replies) 03/22/2015 on remember -1
User avatar #181 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
And i have stated several times that i dont care about that. I'd still rather go by that then some dude sitting in his mums basement.
#182 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
So you will rather go with a source that time and time again has proven to be completely false, over someone who's spent years with complicated mathematical equations? Equations which never go against what is stated by the manga, but rather builds on it?
User avatar #183 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
"mathematical equations" Kek
#185 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
This is the way they calculate power increase, based off of the numbers given in the manga.

"Typically, at very best, a human improves by about 5% a month with intense training on their own. This number CAN be compounded by training with otherworldly beings like Kaio-Sama or aliens, or intense gravity, but for a talented human fighter, they will improve by roughly 5% every month they train. If the training is sporadic, they only improve by 2%.

A Saiyan, however, is capable of greater training boosts, due to their unique physiology. Saiyans and half-saiyans improve by around 8% every month they intensely train. If they are training in increased gravity however, this number increases by an additional 7% for every 10G they are training under. Now, by intense training, I mean that's all they do is Eat - Sleep - Train. If they only periodically train over the course of that month, they will only improve by 5%.

Similarly, highly adept Namek fighters (like Piccolo), achieve a higher boost than human fighters, but less than Saiyans. As such, it is reasonable to assume that a Namek Fighter will improve by 6.5% every month they train, or only by 3% in sporadic training.

Training with Kami increased (on average) the power levels of the training fighters by a factor of 7 (Tenshinhan's power increased from 250 to 1830 over the course of the year).

Goku, training with Kaio-Sama for 158 days (around 5 months), increased his power by almost a factor of 20, so it can be assumed that the earth fighter's powers increased by a similar factor during their time (around 9 months in Tenshinhan's case) with Kaio-Sama. Therefore, a human training with a God-like figure on a planet with 10x Gravity will increase by a factor of 4 every month they train there.

Piccolo, over the course of the year he trained to fight the Saiyans, increased his power by a factor of 8, slightly more than human fighters, but still enough to account for the higher training boost Nameks receive over humans (his power increases from 408 to 3500, while his held back power was 1400). If accounting for the training boost with Kaio-Sama (increase by a factor of 20), his power level when arriving on Namek would be around 70,000.

Based on calculation that Piccolo's power upon arriving on Namek was around 70,000, but then barely surpasses Freeza's second form (which has a PL of around 1,325,000), this is the formula for equating Namekian Fusion: Namekian's current base full power x 20.

Saiyans possess the most potential in the series, as is obvious. The reason for this is Zenkai. Now, contrary to popular belief, Zenkai does not occur when a saiyan trains. The power boost a Saiyan receives from training is much less than the boost received from recovering from near fatal injuries. That's the key point. Zenkai ONLY occurs when a Saiyan recovers from near fatal injuries, and will not occur if a Saiyan inflicts mortal injuries to themselves (this is confirmed by Vegeta in the Manga).

Now, Zenkai boosts followed a pretty standard formula up to the Freeza Saga, where the formula flew out the window to compensate for Freeza's overwhelming power (it is stated that in rare/ special cases, a Zenkai boost could exceed the traditional multiplier, but these are few, far between, and rarely occur).

Based on research of Goku's strength from Dragon Ball up to the Freeza Saga, the typical Saiyan (and half-Saiyan) will receive a 33% power boost from a Zenkai. This is clearly evidenced by Vegeta over the course of his portrayal on Namek. On Earth, Vegeta was stated to have a maximum power of 18,000 (this is not the number of his Galick Gun Blast, which approaches 24,000). After the Battle, Vegeta's power increased by around 6,000 to a reading of 24,000 (evidenced by Dodoria's Scouter). Following his beating by Zarbon, then during his battle with Recoome, Vegeta had a PL of 32,000 (sometimes read as 30,000), meaning his power had increased by 8,000, which is just over 33% of 24,000."
User avatar #186 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
So that wall of text is the "Proof" That a morbidly obese landwhale has 5 times the power level of a farmer? that does manual labour every single day?
User avatar #187 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
>>#174

Read my previous comments again, fuckface.

"I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct."

This is not about OP's faulty way of calculating IRL power levels. This is about weather the Daizenshuu is a more relieable source than the consensus of most power level theorists.
User avatar #191 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
From one made up calculation to another.
User avatar #192 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku starts with 50, you'll have to ask the theorists themselves. I generaly don't sink deeper into these things then what is needed to understand their thought process.
User avatar #189 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
You're talking about increase and improvement. Not what he had when he was a child.
User avatar #188 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The huge wall of text you posted still doesnt say that goku had a power level of 50 at the start of the series.
User avatar #190 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No, the fact that he has a power level of 50 at the start of the series was not the point I was trying to make with that comment. I was explaining the THOUGHT process that most power level theorists use when speculating unspecified power levels.

Goku having 50 at the start of the series, is, however, something supported by the people who use this process. One of the most famous theorists is Vegito1089: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fji1urrx8DU
#179 - I can't even think of a single reputable power level theorist … 03/22/2015 on remember -1
#177 - You stupid mother ****** . Go back up and read my comme…  [+] (13 new replies) 03/22/2015 on remember -1
User avatar #178 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The "Daizenshuu_7" which is the Dragon Ball Encyclopedia says that goku's powerlevel was 10 during the pilaf arc. so how about you actually read something before calling me a stupid motherfucker?
User avatar #180 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
1. I called you a stupid mother fucker because you didn't read my comment.

2. Daizenshuu is also full of these inconsistencies, and Akira Toriyama himself said that he didn't really put much thought into it's power level section. Which is why we have situations where the Daizenshuu states that King Cold is somewhat weaker than Frieza, while the Manga states that he is somewhat stronger than frieza.
User avatar #181 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
And i have stated several times that i dont care about that. I'd still rather go by that then some dude sitting in his mums basement.
#182 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
So you will rather go with a source that time and time again has proven to be completely false, over someone who's spent years with complicated mathematical equations? Equations which never go against what is stated by the manga, but rather builds on it?
User avatar #183 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
"mathematical equations" Kek
#185 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
This is the way they calculate power increase, based off of the numbers given in the manga.

"Typically, at very best, a human improves by about 5% a month with intense training on their own. This number CAN be compounded by training with otherworldly beings like Kaio-Sama or aliens, or intense gravity, but for a talented human fighter, they will improve by roughly 5% every month they train. If the training is sporadic, they only improve by 2%.

A Saiyan, however, is capable of greater training boosts, due to their unique physiology. Saiyans and half-saiyans improve by around 8% every month they intensely train. If they are training in increased gravity however, this number increases by an additional 7% for every 10G they are training under. Now, by intense training, I mean that's all they do is Eat - Sleep - Train. If they only periodically train over the course of that month, they will only improve by 5%.

Similarly, highly adept Namek fighters (like Piccolo), achieve a higher boost than human fighters, but less than Saiyans. As such, it is reasonable to assume that a Namek Fighter will improve by 6.5% every month they train, or only by 3% in sporadic training.

Training with Kami increased (on average) the power levels of the training fighters by a factor of 7 (Tenshinhan's power increased from 250 to 1830 over the course of the year).

Goku, training with Kaio-Sama for 158 days (around 5 months), increased his power by almost a factor of 20, so it can be assumed that the earth fighter's powers increased by a similar factor during their time (around 9 months in Tenshinhan's case) with Kaio-Sama. Therefore, a human training with a God-like figure on a planet with 10x Gravity will increase by a factor of 4 every month they train there.

Piccolo, over the course of the year he trained to fight the Saiyans, increased his power by a factor of 8, slightly more than human fighters, but still enough to account for the higher training boost Nameks receive over humans (his power increases from 408 to 3500, while his held back power was 1400). If accounting for the training boost with Kaio-Sama (increase by a factor of 20), his power level when arriving on Namek would be around 70,000.

Based on calculation that Piccolo's power upon arriving on Namek was around 70,000, but then barely surpasses Freeza's second form (which has a PL of around 1,325,000), this is the formula for equating Namekian Fusion: Namekian's current base full power x 20.

Saiyans possess the most potential in the series, as is obvious. The reason for this is Zenkai. Now, contrary to popular belief, Zenkai does not occur when a saiyan trains. The power boost a Saiyan receives from training is much less than the boost received from recovering from near fatal injuries. That's the key point. Zenkai ONLY occurs when a Saiyan recovers from near fatal injuries, and will not occur if a Saiyan inflicts mortal injuries to themselves (this is confirmed by Vegeta in the Manga).

Now, Zenkai boosts followed a pretty standard formula up to the Freeza Saga, where the formula flew out the window to compensate for Freeza's overwhelming power (it is stated that in rare/ special cases, a Zenkai boost could exceed the traditional multiplier, but these are few, far between, and rarely occur).

Based on research of Goku's strength from Dragon Ball up to the Freeza Saga, the typical Saiyan (and half-Saiyan) will receive a 33% power boost from a Zenkai. This is clearly evidenced by Vegeta over the course of his portrayal on Namek. On Earth, Vegeta was stated to have a maximum power of 18,000 (this is not the number of his Galick Gun Blast, which approaches 24,000). After the Battle, Vegeta's power increased by around 6,000 to a reading of 24,000 (evidenced by Dodoria's Scouter). Following his beating by Zarbon, then during his battle with Recoome, Vegeta had a PL of 32,000 (sometimes read as 30,000), meaning his power had increased by 8,000, which is just over 33% of 24,000."
User avatar #186 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
So that wall of text is the "Proof" That a morbidly obese landwhale has 5 times the power level of a farmer? that does manual labour every single day?
User avatar #187 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
>>#174

Read my previous comments again, fuckface.

"I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct."

This is not about OP's faulty way of calculating IRL power levels. This is about weather the Daizenshuu is a more relieable source than the consensus of most power level theorists.
User avatar #191 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
From one made up calculation to another.
User avatar #192 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku starts with 50, you'll have to ask the theorists themselves. I generaly don't sink deeper into these things then what is needed to understand their thought process.
User avatar #189 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
You're talking about increase and improvement. Not what he had when he was a child.
User avatar #188 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The huge wall of text you posted still doesnt say that goku had a power level of 50 at the start of the series.
User avatar #190 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No, the fact that he has a power level of 50 at the start of the series was not the point I was trying to make with that comment. I was explaining the THOUGHT process that most power level theorists use when speculating unspecified power levels.

Goku having 50 at the start of the series, is, however, something supported by the people who use this process. One of the most famous theorists is Vegito1089: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fji1urrx8DU
#176 - 10 is not Goku's DB episode 1 power level. He ranges somewhere… 03/22/2015 on remember 0
#174 - I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct. I A…  [+] (16 new replies) 03/22/2015 on remember 0
User avatar #175 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
I'd still rather quote something that happens to be inconsistant from the actual manga than some dude in a basement.
User avatar #179 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
I can't even think of a single reputable power level theorist who would go against what is stated in the manga. Problem is, the only official power levels stated in the manga belong to characters in the saiyan Saga, Namek Saga and Frieza saga. The rest you have to painstakingly calculate based on training, strength difference during a fight, and power level multipliers.
User avatar #177 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
You stupid mother fucker. Go back up and read my comment. I said "UNLESS stated in the manga."
Because the manga is at least consistent. It is the only official source which is worthy of quoting. And NOTHING in the manga goes against the theory of Episode 1 Goku having around 50 in powerlevel.
User avatar #178 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The "Daizenshuu_7" which is the Dragon Ball Encyclopedia says that goku's powerlevel was 10 during the pilaf arc. so how about you actually read something before calling me a stupid motherfucker?
User avatar #180 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
1. I called you a stupid mother fucker because you didn't read my comment.

2. Daizenshuu is also full of these inconsistencies, and Akira Toriyama himself said that he didn't really put much thought into it's power level section. Which is why we have situations where the Daizenshuu states that King Cold is somewhat weaker than Frieza, while the Manga states that he is somewhat stronger than frieza.
User avatar #181 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
And i have stated several times that i dont care about that. I'd still rather go by that then some dude sitting in his mums basement.
#182 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
So you will rather go with a source that time and time again has proven to be completely false, over someone who's spent years with complicated mathematical equations? Equations which never go against what is stated by the manga, but rather builds on it?
User avatar #183 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
"mathematical equations" Kek
#185 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
This is the way they calculate power increase, based off of the numbers given in the manga.

"Typically, at very best, a human improves by about 5% a month with intense training on their own. This number CAN be compounded by training with otherworldly beings like Kaio-Sama or aliens, or intense gravity, but for a talented human fighter, they will improve by roughly 5% every month they train. If the training is sporadic, they only improve by 2%.

A Saiyan, however, is capable of greater training boosts, due to their unique physiology. Saiyans and half-saiyans improve by around 8% every month they intensely train. If they are training in increased gravity however, this number increases by an additional 7% for every 10G they are training under. Now, by intense training, I mean that's all they do is Eat - Sleep - Train. If they only periodically train over the course of that month, they will only improve by 5%.

Similarly, highly adept Namek fighters (like Piccolo), achieve a higher boost than human fighters, but less than Saiyans. As such, it is reasonable to assume that a Namek Fighter will improve by 6.5% every month they train, or only by 3% in sporadic training.

Training with Kami increased (on average) the power levels of the training fighters by a factor of 7 (Tenshinhan's power increased from 250 to 1830 over the course of the year).

Goku, training with Kaio-Sama for 158 days (around 5 months), increased his power by almost a factor of 20, so it can be assumed that the earth fighter's powers increased by a similar factor during their time (around 9 months in Tenshinhan's case) with Kaio-Sama. Therefore, a human training with a God-like figure on a planet with 10x Gravity will increase by a factor of 4 every month they train there.

Piccolo, over the course of the year he trained to fight the Saiyans, increased his power by a factor of 8, slightly more than human fighters, but still enough to account for the higher training boost Nameks receive over humans (his power increases from 408 to 3500, while his held back power was 1400). If accounting for the training boost with Kaio-Sama (increase by a factor of 20), his power level when arriving on Namek would be around 70,000.

Based on calculation that Piccolo's power upon arriving on Namek was around 70,000, but then barely surpasses Freeza's second form (which has a PL of around 1,325,000), this is the formula for equating Namekian Fusion: Namekian's current base full power x 20.

Saiyans possess the most potential in the series, as is obvious. The reason for this is Zenkai. Now, contrary to popular belief, Zenkai does not occur when a saiyan trains. The power boost a Saiyan receives from training is much less than the boost received from recovering from near fatal injuries. That's the key point. Zenkai ONLY occurs when a Saiyan recovers from near fatal injuries, and will not occur if a Saiyan inflicts mortal injuries to themselves (this is confirmed by Vegeta in the Manga).

Now, Zenkai boosts followed a pretty standard formula up to the Freeza Saga, where the formula flew out the window to compensate for Freeza's overwhelming power (it is stated that in rare/ special cases, a Zenkai boost could exceed the traditional multiplier, but these are few, far between, and rarely occur).

Based on research of Goku's strength from Dragon Ball up to the Freeza Saga, the typical Saiyan (and half-Saiyan) will receive a 33% power boost from a Zenkai. This is clearly evidenced by Vegeta over the course of his portrayal on Namek. On Earth, Vegeta was stated to have a maximum power of 18,000 (this is not the number of his Galick Gun Blast, which approaches 24,000). After the Battle, Vegeta's power increased by around 6,000 to a reading of 24,000 (evidenced by Dodoria's Scouter). Following his beating by Zarbon, then during his battle with Recoome, Vegeta had a PL of 32,000 (sometimes read as 30,000), meaning his power had increased by 8,000, which is just over 33% of 24,000."
User avatar #186 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
So that wall of text is the "Proof" That a morbidly obese landwhale has 5 times the power level of a farmer? that does manual labour every single day?
User avatar #187 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
>>#174

Read my previous comments again, fuckface.

"I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct."

This is not about OP's faulty way of calculating IRL power levels. This is about weather the Daizenshuu is a more relieable source than the consensus of most power level theorists.
User avatar #191 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
From one made up calculation to another.
User avatar #192 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku starts with 50, you'll have to ask the theorists themselves. I generaly don't sink deeper into these things then what is needed to understand their thought process.
User avatar #189 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
You're talking about increase and improvement. Not what he had when he was a child.
User avatar #188 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The huge wall of text you posted still doesnt say that goku had a power level of 50 at the start of the series.
User avatar #190 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No, the fact that he has a power level of 50 at the start of the series was not the point I was trying to make with that comment. I was explaining the THOUGHT process that most power level theorists use when speculating unspecified power levels.

Goku having 50 at the start of the series, is, however, something supported by the people who use this process. One of the most famous theorists is Vegito1089: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fji1urrx8DU
#172 - Yes, but then we have the fact that nothing in the manga even …  [+] (18 new replies) 03/22/2015 on remember -1
User avatar #173 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
But according to this formula a 600 lbs landwhale benching 15 lbs has a powerlevel of 25. thats 5 times more than that of a farmer..
User avatar #174 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct. I AM, however, saying that Goku, at the start of DB, should range between 30 and 50. The "official" power levels, unless stated in the manga, are extremely inconsistent and shouldn't be quoted.
User avatar #175 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
I'd still rather quote something that happens to be inconsistant from the actual manga than some dude in a basement.
User avatar #179 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
I can't even think of a single reputable power level theorist who would go against what is stated in the manga. Problem is, the only official power levels stated in the manga belong to characters in the saiyan Saga, Namek Saga and Frieza saga. The rest you have to painstakingly calculate based on training, strength difference during a fight, and power level multipliers.
User avatar #177 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
You stupid mother fucker. Go back up and read my comment. I said "UNLESS stated in the manga."
Because the manga is at least consistent. It is the only official source which is worthy of quoting. And NOTHING in the manga goes against the theory of Episode 1 Goku having around 50 in powerlevel.
User avatar #178 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The "Daizenshuu_7" which is the Dragon Ball Encyclopedia says that goku's powerlevel was 10 during the pilaf arc. so how about you actually read something before calling me a stupid motherfucker?
User avatar #180 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
1. I called you a stupid mother fucker because you didn't read my comment.

2. Daizenshuu is also full of these inconsistencies, and Akira Toriyama himself said that he didn't really put much thought into it's power level section. Which is why we have situations where the Daizenshuu states that King Cold is somewhat weaker than Frieza, while the Manga states that he is somewhat stronger than frieza.
User avatar #181 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
And i have stated several times that i dont care about that. I'd still rather go by that then some dude sitting in his mums basement.
#182 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
So you will rather go with a source that time and time again has proven to be completely false, over someone who's spent years with complicated mathematical equations? Equations which never go against what is stated by the manga, but rather builds on it?
User avatar #183 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
"mathematical equations" Kek
#185 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
This is the way they calculate power increase, based off of the numbers given in the manga.

"Typically, at very best, a human improves by about 5% a month with intense training on their own. This number CAN be compounded by training with otherworldly beings like Kaio-Sama or aliens, or intense gravity, but for a talented human fighter, they will improve by roughly 5% every month they train. If the training is sporadic, they only improve by 2%.

A Saiyan, however, is capable of greater training boosts, due to their unique physiology. Saiyans and half-saiyans improve by around 8% every month they intensely train. If they are training in increased gravity however, this number increases by an additional 7% for every 10G they are training under. Now, by intense training, I mean that's all they do is Eat - Sleep - Train. If they only periodically train over the course of that month, they will only improve by 5%.

Similarly, highly adept Namek fighters (like Piccolo), achieve a higher boost than human fighters, but less than Saiyans. As such, it is reasonable to assume that a Namek Fighter will improve by 6.5% every month they train, or only by 3% in sporadic training.

Training with Kami increased (on average) the power levels of the training fighters by a factor of 7 (Tenshinhan's power increased from 250 to 1830 over the course of the year).

Goku, training with Kaio-Sama for 158 days (around 5 months), increased his power by almost a factor of 20, so it can be assumed that the earth fighter's powers increased by a similar factor during their time (around 9 months in Tenshinhan's case) with Kaio-Sama. Therefore, a human training with a God-like figure on a planet with 10x Gravity will increase by a factor of 4 every month they train there.

Piccolo, over the course of the year he trained to fight the Saiyans, increased his power by a factor of 8, slightly more than human fighters, but still enough to account for the higher training boost Nameks receive over humans (his power increases from 408 to 3500, while his held back power was 1400). If accounting for the training boost with Kaio-Sama (increase by a factor of 20), his power level when arriving on Namek would be around 70,000.

Based on calculation that Piccolo's power upon arriving on Namek was around 70,000, but then barely surpasses Freeza's second form (which has a PL of around 1,325,000), this is the formula for equating Namekian Fusion: Namekian's current base full power x 20.

Saiyans possess the most potential in the series, as is obvious. The reason for this is Zenkai. Now, contrary to popular belief, Zenkai does not occur when a saiyan trains. The power boost a Saiyan receives from training is much less than the boost received from recovering from near fatal injuries. That's the key point. Zenkai ONLY occurs when a Saiyan recovers from near fatal injuries, and will not occur if a Saiyan inflicts mortal injuries to themselves (this is confirmed by Vegeta in the Manga).

Now, Zenkai boosts followed a pretty standard formula up to the Freeza Saga, where the formula flew out the window to compensate for Freeza's overwhelming power (it is stated that in rare/ special cases, a Zenkai boost could exceed the traditional multiplier, but these are few, far between, and rarely occur).

Based on research of Goku's strength from Dragon Ball up to the Freeza Saga, the typical Saiyan (and half-Saiyan) will receive a 33% power boost from a Zenkai. This is clearly evidenced by Vegeta over the course of his portrayal on Namek. On Earth, Vegeta was stated to have a maximum power of 18,000 (this is not the number of his Galick Gun Blast, which approaches 24,000). After the Battle, Vegeta's power increased by around 6,000 to a reading of 24,000 (evidenced by Dodoria's Scouter). Following his beating by Zarbon, then during his battle with Recoome, Vegeta had a PL of 32,000 (sometimes read as 30,000), meaning his power had increased by 8,000, which is just over 33% of 24,000."
User avatar #186 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
So that wall of text is the "Proof" That a morbidly obese landwhale has 5 times the power level of a farmer? that does manual labour every single day?
User avatar #187 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
>>#174

Read my previous comments again, fuckface.

"I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct."

This is not about OP's faulty way of calculating IRL power levels. This is about weather the Daizenshuu is a more relieable source than the consensus of most power level theorists.
User avatar #191 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
From one made up calculation to another.
User avatar #192 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku starts with 50, you'll have to ask the theorists themselves. I generaly don't sink deeper into these things then what is needed to understand their thought process.
User avatar #189 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
You're talking about increase and improvement. Not what he had when he was a child.
User avatar #188 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The huge wall of text you posted still doesnt say that goku had a power level of 50 at the start of the series.
User avatar #190 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No, the fact that he has a power level of 50 at the start of the series was not the point I was trying to make with that comment. I was explaining the THOUGHT process that most power level theorists use when speculating unspecified power levels.

Goku having 50 at the start of the series, is, however, something supported by the people who use this process. One of the most famous theorists is Vegito1089: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fji1urrx8DU
#167 - That official list isn't even self consistant. It gives two di…  [+] (20 new replies) 03/22/2015 on remember -1
User avatar #168 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
I dont give a flying fuck about movie pamphlets. but if the MANGA says something, thats what im going by. since thats from the actual author. not some guys sitting in his moms basement spouting theories.
User avatar #172 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
Yes, but then we have the fact that nothing in the manga even talks about power levels before Raditz comes into the picture, and there we se a mildly obese farmer with a power level of 5, a turtle with a power level of 0.001, a 4 year old human-saiyan hybrid with a range between 1 and 1307, and Roshi with 139 as the four people with the lowest stated power levels.
User avatar #173 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
But according to this formula a 600 lbs landwhale benching 15 lbs has a powerlevel of 25. thats 5 times more than that of a farmer..
User avatar #174 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct. I AM, however, saying that Goku, at the start of DB, should range between 30 and 50. The "official" power levels, unless stated in the manga, are extremely inconsistent and shouldn't be quoted.
User avatar #175 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
I'd still rather quote something that happens to be inconsistant from the actual manga than some dude in a basement.
User avatar #179 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
I can't even think of a single reputable power level theorist who would go against what is stated in the manga. Problem is, the only official power levels stated in the manga belong to characters in the saiyan Saga, Namek Saga and Frieza saga. The rest you have to painstakingly calculate based on training, strength difference during a fight, and power level multipliers.
User avatar #177 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
You stupid mother fucker. Go back up and read my comment. I said "UNLESS stated in the manga."
Because the manga is at least consistent. It is the only official source which is worthy of quoting. And NOTHING in the manga goes against the theory of Episode 1 Goku having around 50 in powerlevel.
User avatar #178 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The "Daizenshuu_7" which is the Dragon Ball Encyclopedia says that goku's powerlevel was 10 during the pilaf arc. so how about you actually read something before calling me a stupid motherfucker?
User avatar #180 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
1. I called you a stupid mother fucker because you didn't read my comment.

2. Daizenshuu is also full of these inconsistencies, and Akira Toriyama himself said that he didn't really put much thought into it's power level section. Which is why we have situations where the Daizenshuu states that King Cold is somewhat weaker than Frieza, while the Manga states that he is somewhat stronger than frieza.
User avatar #181 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
And i have stated several times that i dont care about that. I'd still rather go by that then some dude sitting in his mums basement.
#182 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
So you will rather go with a source that time and time again has proven to be completely false, over someone who's spent years with complicated mathematical equations? Equations which never go against what is stated by the manga, but rather builds on it?
User avatar #183 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
"mathematical equations" Kek
#185 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
This is the way they calculate power increase, based off of the numbers given in the manga.

"Typically, at very best, a human improves by about 5% a month with intense training on their own. This number CAN be compounded by training with otherworldly beings like Kaio-Sama or aliens, or intense gravity, but for a talented human fighter, they will improve by roughly 5% every month they train. If the training is sporadic, they only improve by 2%.

A Saiyan, however, is capable of greater training boosts, due to their unique physiology. Saiyans and half-saiyans improve by around 8% every month they intensely train. If they are training in increased gravity however, this number increases by an additional 7% for every 10G they are training under. Now, by intense training, I mean that's all they do is Eat - Sleep - Train. If they only periodically train over the course of that month, they will only improve by 5%.

Similarly, highly adept Namek fighters (like Piccolo), achieve a higher boost than human fighters, but less than Saiyans. As such, it is reasonable to assume that a Namek Fighter will improve by 6.5% every month they train, or only by 3% in sporadic training.

Training with Kami increased (on average) the power levels of the training fighters by a factor of 7 (Tenshinhan's power increased from 250 to 1830 over the course of the year).

Goku, training with Kaio-Sama for 158 days (around 5 months), increased his power by almost a factor of 20, so it can be assumed that the earth fighter's powers increased by a similar factor during their time (around 9 months in Tenshinhan's case) with Kaio-Sama. Therefore, a human training with a God-like figure on a planet with 10x Gravity will increase by a factor of 4 every month they train there.

Piccolo, over the course of the year he trained to fight the Saiyans, increased his power by a factor of 8, slightly more than human fighters, but still enough to account for the higher training boost Nameks receive over humans (his power increases from 408 to 3500, while his held back power was 1400). If accounting for the training boost with Kaio-Sama (increase by a factor of 20), his power level when arriving on Namek would be around 70,000.

Based on calculation that Piccolo's power upon arriving on Namek was around 70,000, but then barely surpasses Freeza's second form (which has a PL of around 1,325,000), this is the formula for equating Namekian Fusion: Namekian's current base full power x 20.

Saiyans possess the most potential in the series, as is obvious. The reason for this is Zenkai. Now, contrary to popular belief, Zenkai does not occur when a saiyan trains. The power boost a Saiyan receives from training is much less than the boost received from recovering from near fatal injuries. That's the key point. Zenkai ONLY occurs when a Saiyan recovers from near fatal injuries, and will not occur if a Saiyan inflicts mortal injuries to themselves (this is confirmed by Vegeta in the Manga).

Now, Zenkai boosts followed a pretty standard formula up to the Freeza Saga, where the formula flew out the window to compensate for Freeza's overwhelming power (it is stated that in rare/ special cases, a Zenkai boost could exceed the traditional multiplier, but these are few, far between, and rarely occur).

Based on research of Goku's strength from Dragon Ball up to the Freeza Saga, the typical Saiyan (and half-Saiyan) will receive a 33% power boost from a Zenkai. This is clearly evidenced by Vegeta over the course of his portrayal on Namek. On Earth, Vegeta was stated to have a maximum power of 18,000 (this is not the number of his Galick Gun Blast, which approaches 24,000). After the Battle, Vegeta's power increased by around 6,000 to a reading of 24,000 (evidenced by Dodoria's Scouter). Following his beating by Zarbon, then during his battle with Recoome, Vegeta had a PL of 32,000 (sometimes read as 30,000), meaning his power had increased by 8,000, which is just over 33% of 24,000."
User avatar #186 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
So that wall of text is the "Proof" That a morbidly obese landwhale has 5 times the power level of a farmer? that does manual labour every single day?
User avatar #187 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
>>#174

Read my previous comments again, fuckface.

"I am not saying that OP's form of calculation are correct."

This is not about OP's faulty way of calculating IRL power levels. This is about weather the Daizenshuu is a more relieable source than the consensus of most power level theorists.
User avatar #191 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
From one made up calculation to another.
User avatar #192 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
The exact method they used to reach the conclusion that Goku starts with 50, you'll have to ask the theorists themselves. I generaly don't sink deeper into these things then what is needed to understand their thought process.
User avatar #189 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
You're talking about increase and improvement. Not what he had when he was a child.
User avatar #188 - slowtoad (03/22/2015) [-]
The huge wall of text you posted still doesnt say that goku had a power level of 50 at the start of the series.
User avatar #190 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/22/2015) [-]
No, but it does explain the calculations you were mocking. No, the fact that he has a power level of 50 at the start of the series was not the point I was trying to make with that comment. I was explaining the THOUGHT process that most power level theorists use when speculating unspecified power levels.

Goku having 50 at the start of the series, is, however, something supported by the people who use this process. One of the most famous theorists is Vegito1089: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fji1urrx8DU
#166 - Futhermore, that list places Tao at 240, which is a gross exag… 03/22/2015 on remember 0
#165 - Also, the weapon did not add to his powerlevel. Weapons don't … 03/22/2015 on remember 0
#164 - Well, considering that comes from the same wiki that lies abou… 03/22/2015 on remember 0

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*******		 math.  How does it work.
******* math. How does it work.
User avatar #151 - eiaisqzbsesb (09/26/2014) [-]
Gonna put this here for safekeeping.
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User avatar #147 - lorkhan (09/05/2014) [-]
Hej.
User avatar #148 to #147 - eiaisqzbsesb (09/05/2014) [-]
Good day
User avatar #149 to #148 - lorkhan (09/05/2014) [-]
yes it is ja
how did we become friends ?
User avatar #150 to #149 - eiaisqzbsesb (09/05/2014) [-]
"LET IT GO" FROZEN UKULELE COVER (FOR KIDS)
Your username, me repeatedly making references to Lorkhan lore.
User avatar #141 - reginleif (05/22/2014) [-]
-.- So that's where the profile stats are. . Ok Stalking done. Have a nice day.
User avatar #125 - revengeforfreeze (03/09/2014) [-]
do vil inte svora?
User avatar #127 to #126 - revengeforfreeze (03/09/2014) [-]
I thought you were Swedish
#128 to #127 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/10/2014) [-]
I am, but that **** was just gibberish... Except for the word "Inte"..
User avatar #129 to #128 - revengeforfreeze (03/10/2014) [-]
no. It means "you don't want to answer?"
User avatar #130 to #129 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/10/2014) [-]
You're using the wrong letters in that case. ö and o are not the same thing, smartass.
Same for å and ä.
User avatar #131 to #130 - revengeforfreeze (03/10/2014) [-]
Det vet jag väl, det var på skoj mannen...
User avatar #132 to #131 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/10/2014) [-]
Aldeles för många frågar mig varför vi använder å, ä och ö. Jag blir trött på det.
User avatar #133 to #132 - revengeforfreeze (03/10/2014) [-]
Seriöst?

Har aldrig haft en sån fråga i hela mitt liv har heller inte sett någon annan klaga på att de får såna frågor 0.o
User avatar #134 to #133 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/10/2014) [-]
Jag känner folk från USA som är den skandinaviska versionen av "Nippon wannabe landwhale."
User avatar #135 to #134 - revengeforfreeze (03/10/2014) [-]
Vet inte riktigt vad det där är, "nippon wanna be landwhale", wannabejapan eller?
User avatar #136 to #135 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/10/2014) [-]
Japp. Jag kommer inte på ordet... Det är inte Otaku...
#138 to #137 - eiaisqzbsesb (03/10/2014) [-]
Thaaat's it!
Thaaat's it!
User avatar #122 - revengeforfreeze (02/24/2014) [-]
du e snel
lengtar do itl marsh?
User avatar #95 - phantomi (05/22/2013) [-]
Good to see people still acknowledge Empire at war, Its a good game. I play empire for preference you?
User avatar #96 to #95 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/23/2013) [-]
Look at my avatar once more and take a guess.
User avatar #97 to #96 - phantomi (05/23/2013) [-]
yeah fair point, but I've never liked the consortiums method of attack whereas the empires overwhelm the enemy with vehicular power strategy just comes easily to me
User avatar #98 to #97 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/23/2013) [-]
Yeah, we prefer buying and bribing.
User avatar #93 - ryanfitzy (05/22/2013) [-]
Sent you dubs, for points. Accept Item trade plz.
User avatar #94 to #93 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/22/2013) [-]
Thanks
User avatar #83 - finni (05/13/2013) [-]
You play SW: EAW?
User avatar #84 to #83 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/16/2013) [-]
Long version?
User avatar #85 to #84 - finni (05/16/2013) [-]
What do you mean "long version"?
User avatar #86 to #85 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/16/2013) [-]
Of the name.
User avatar #87 to #86 - finni (05/16/2013) [-]
Oh, Star Wars Empire at War
User avatar #88 to #87 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/16/2013) [-]
Yeah.
User avatar #89 to #88 - finni (05/16/2013) [-]
I like the game, I only think it's a shame that Forces of Corruption is so unequally balanced. In the original, there was a response to anything the opposition had. If they had an AT-AT, you should take it down with those Hoth fighters, if they had a Star destroyer you could take it down with a mon calamari cruiser. In Forces of corruption, it's pretty clear who is Favorited the most
User avatar #90 to #89 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/16/2013) [-]
Long live Zann.

They have a star destroyer?
Buy it.

They have a Mon calamari cruiser?
Buy it.
User avatar #91 to #90 - finni (05/16/2013) [-]
Yeah that's kind of why I don't like forces of Corruption. The Zann owns everyone in that game, nobody can stop them, they're too OP
User avatar #92 to #91 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/16/2013) [-]
As it should be. While light and dark wage their wars, corruption spreads. It enters the wounds of war where it festers, growing larger and ever more powerful as it drains the life out of both light and dark.
User avatar #79 - manymanymangoes (05/09/2013) [-]
hi
I noticed your avatar.
User avatar #80 to #79 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/09/2013) [-]
Zann is supreme.
User avatar #81 to #80 - manymanymangoes (05/09/2013) [-]
Empire will crush them
just like the rebellio- nevermind
User avatar #82 to #81 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/09/2013) [-]
We will buy ALL of your space ships with our supreme Credits accounts.
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