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Date Signed Up:8/24/2011
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#19 - Is it me or are supergirl's shoulders wider than her hips? …  [+] (3 replies) 05/08/2016 on rebirth redesigns +2
#26 - anon (05/09/2016) [-]
Caitlin, why? I dont get it
#29 - paulthehero (05/09/2016) [-]
Women according to their very skeletal structure are supposed to have hips just as wide as if not wider than the shoulders. If it's the other way around, that's the skeletal structure for a man and this user is making a reference to Bruce Jenner and how he's a man that considers himself a woman and, therefore, would have wider shoulders and slimmer hips.
#30 - flameprintz (05/09/2016) [-]
#11 - "The cold never bothered me anyway"  [+] (1 reply) 04/29/2016 on Just found my sister's... +4
#19 - anon (04/29/2016) [-]
"My nipples are cold as ice."
#14 - Is your Ph.D valid after you go insane and break your violent,…  [+] (6 replies) 04/29/2016 on Harley +98
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#60 - saintall (04/29/2016) [-]
Her PhD would still be valid, but she might not pass a psycho-analysis required to be a practitioner.
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#29 - killjoyus (04/29/2016) [-]
nah remember she was only pretending to be retarded
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#44 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/29/2016) [-]
That's a shitty retcon I personally pretend never happened
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#109 - punisherswar (04/29/2016) [-]
Well in Suicide Squad she's not deadpool with tits and has depth

Its her Solo Title that gave that shit retcon
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#50 - killjoyus (04/29/2016) [-]
i mean it still fucking happened, and is the only reason suicide squad isn't just joker's goons and harley
#72 - nebuchadnezzaurus (04/29/2016) [-]
Here, take this.
#31 - Yeah, I can see where you're coming from. Honestly, I'm just b…  [+] (2 replies) 04/28/2016 on fact 0
#33 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
I'm extremely optimistic of the movies to come: just not Rey.
Though I do admit having a female protagonist for the first two major Star Wars releases in a decade new trilogy and Rogue Squadron is fucking pandering...
#68 - SemiAnon (04/28/2016) [-]
oh, there it is.

muh pandering
#27 - True but that was in EU, which is no longer canon and thus not…  [+] (1 reply) 04/28/2016 on fact 0
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#30 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
It's still partially canon. Legends is basically stories about the past, they could be entirely made up or entirely true. They just made the Legends canon so if they contradict something they can just say the stories aren't true there.
#24 - Except Qui Gonn was a Jedi Master while she is a scavenger. Ma…  [+] (3 replies) 04/28/2016 on fact +4
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#25 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
Other force users have shown much more power with no training. Palps and Bane were exceptional users when they got emotional. Palps slaughtered his entire family and their guards by himself with no training. Bane crushed his father's heart.
#27 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
True but that was in EU, which is no longer canon and thus not very reliable. However, I was kind of assuming that a similar thing was happening with Rey.
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#30 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
It's still partially canon. Legends is basically stories about the past, they could be entirely made up or entirely true. They just made the Legends canon so if they contradict something they can just say the stories aren't true there.
#22 - Well, the Force isn't a very strictly defined magic system is …  [+] (10 replies) 04/28/2016 on fact 0
#29 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
You can't fix her character in my eyes. I know I'm being stubborn - but I'm still excited for the movies to come and I plan to thoroughly enjoy them. But her character is broken. Because either:
A) she stays as powerful as she is, and persists as a Mary Sue. Or
B) they nerf her, and spend the next movie unlocking her hidden potential, making her even more of a Mary Sue.
#77 - anon (04/28/2016) [-]
Option C: She goes dark, loses some powers, gains others, kylo ren becomes good after killing his father.
#31 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
Yeah, I can see where you're coming from. Honestly, I'm just being optimistic about it.
#33 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
I'm extremely optimistic of the movies to come: just not Rey.
Though I do admit having a female protagonist for the first two major Star Wars releases in a decade new trilogy and Rogue Squadron is fucking pandering...
#68 - SemiAnon (04/28/2016) [-]
oh, there it is.

muh pandering
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#23 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
There's something exactly like what Rey did. Battle Meditation. Qui-Gon does it in EP1. Not really a mystery as to what it was.
#24 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
Except Qui Gonn was a Jedi Master while she is a scavenger. Makes sense when he does it, not when she does it. Hence why people are aggro, and why I am intrigued.
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#25 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
Other force users have shown much more power with no training. Palps and Bane were exceptional users when they got emotional. Palps slaughtered his entire family and their guards by himself with no training. Bane crushed his father's heart.
#27 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
True but that was in EU, which is no longer canon and thus not very reliable. However, I was kind of assuming that a similar thing was happening with Rey.
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#30 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
It's still partially canon. Legends is basically stories about the past, they could be entirely made up or entirely true. They just made the Legends canon so if they contradict something they can just say the stories aren't true there.
#19 - You're right, training as a young child doesn't fully explain …  [+] (15 replies) 04/28/2016 on fact +2
#20 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
She closed her eyes, said "the force" and suddenly knew how to fight with a lightsaber? You can't just meditate years of formal training into yourself.
#105 - boarderlinegreat (04/28/2016) [-]
There were other force users who could use the force intuitively and with some 30 mins of instructions, such as Luke in the new hope. This is nothing new.
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#84 - anon (04/28/2016) [-]
A form of battle meditation? Consider this: she didn't aquire skills but was able to react instinctively to kylos' movements etc. Better reflex and some form of precognition about kylo's intentions. on the outside looks like a sudden boost in skills but in the inside boils down to better reflex and intuition.
#22 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
Well, the Force isn't a very strictly defined magic system is it? I'm not saying it makes sense. I'm saying we're trying to solve a puzzle with pieces missing and without the box. I hope these things will be explained, and I argue that these conundrums make her character more interesting, since we really don't know who she is. I'm saying there might be a satisfying explanation to it, so we shouldn't just hate her because the writers wanted her to be a mystery.
#29 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
You can't fix her character in my eyes. I know I'm being stubborn - but I'm still excited for the movies to come and I plan to thoroughly enjoy them. But her character is broken. Because either:
A) she stays as powerful as she is, and persists as a Mary Sue. Or
B) they nerf her, and spend the next movie unlocking her hidden potential, making her even more of a Mary Sue.
#77 - anon (04/28/2016) [-]
Option C: She goes dark, loses some powers, gains others, kylo ren becomes good after killing his father.
#31 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
Yeah, I can see where you're coming from. Honestly, I'm just being optimistic about it.
#33 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
I'm extremely optimistic of the movies to come: just not Rey.
Though I do admit having a female protagonist for the first two major Star Wars releases in a decade new trilogy and Rogue Squadron is fucking pandering...
#68 - SemiAnon (04/28/2016) [-]
oh, there it is.

muh pandering
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#23 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
There's something exactly like what Rey did. Battle Meditation. Qui-Gon does it in EP1. Not really a mystery as to what it was.
#24 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
Except Qui Gonn was a Jedi Master while she is a scavenger. Makes sense when he does it, not when she does it. Hence why people are aggro, and why I am intrigued.
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#25 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
Other force users have shown much more power with no training. Palps and Bane were exceptional users when they got emotional. Palps slaughtered his entire family and their guards by himself with no training. Bane crushed his father's heart.
#27 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
True but that was in EU, which is no longer canon and thus not very reliable. However, I was kind of assuming that a similar thing was happening with Rey.
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#30 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
It's still partially canon. Legends is basically stories about the past, they could be entirely made up or entirely true. They just made the Legends canon so if they contradict something they can just say the stories aren't true there.
#17 - You have some valid points, but I'm just trying to give the be…  [+] (17 replies) 04/28/2016 on fact +3
#18 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
There's no amount of training a 5 year old could have received to validate all of this. And really, it's the inexplicable emotional connection everyone feels toward her that makes her a Mary Sue:
Finn "the way you looked at me..." when the only looks she had given him were "why is this Droid shouting about you", "stop grabbing me I don't need you to lead me", and "seriously hand me the right fucking tape".
Leia "my husband just died, but come here deary I know you're heartbroken after knowing him for all of a flight and a half".
And Kylo "you're not completely defenseless you should be the padawan I take to completely usurp the current power dynamic.
Everyone loves her for no reason and she's fucking amazing at everything she tries. Literally the Star Wars version of the original Star Trek Mary Sue.
I loved the movie and I am stoked for the rest if them. But I hate Rey. Love Finn, love Leia, love every other character in the story. Fucking can't stand Rey.
#19 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
You're right, training as a young child doesn't fully explain her burst in skill, but something changed in the moment when she closed her eyes. It's a mystery and that's what it's supposed to be. As for the emotional connections, well Finn seems to grow emotionally attached to people rather quickly, note how he and Poe are buddies after they reunite. Granted that bond probably formed due to the intense situations they faced together, but the same argument can be made for Finn and Rey. Rey and Leia, well, they were kind of comforting each other. Plus, Leia is much older and is more experienced with losing people she cares about, while Rey was not. Kylo Ren had a sudden change of heart about her because he knows who she is. In the book, when she called the lightsaber, he literally said, "it is you." A line they did not include in the movie for some reason. There is something special about her. I trust the writers will provide a good explanation for all this stuff. But we will see. Maybe she will just end up just being a Mary Sue.
#20 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
She closed her eyes, said "the force" and suddenly knew how to fight with a lightsaber? You can't just meditate years of formal training into yourself.
#105 - boarderlinegreat (04/28/2016) [-]
There were other force users who could use the force intuitively and with some 30 mins of instructions, such as Luke in the new hope. This is nothing new.
#104 - boarderlinegreat has deleted their comment.
#84 - anon (04/28/2016) [-]
A form of battle meditation? Consider this: she didn't aquire skills but was able to react instinctively to kylos' movements etc. Better reflex and some form of precognition about kylo's intentions. on the outside looks like a sudden boost in skills but in the inside boils down to better reflex and intuition.
#22 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
Well, the Force isn't a very strictly defined magic system is it? I'm not saying it makes sense. I'm saying we're trying to solve a puzzle with pieces missing and without the box. I hope these things will be explained, and I argue that these conundrums make her character more interesting, since we really don't know who she is. I'm saying there might be a satisfying explanation to it, so we shouldn't just hate her because the writers wanted her to be a mystery.
#29 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
You can't fix her character in my eyes. I know I'm being stubborn - but I'm still excited for the movies to come and I plan to thoroughly enjoy them. But her character is broken. Because either:
A) she stays as powerful as she is, and persists as a Mary Sue. Or
B) they nerf her, and spend the next movie unlocking her hidden potential, making her even more of a Mary Sue.
#77 - anon (04/28/2016) [-]
Option C: She goes dark, loses some powers, gains others, kylo ren becomes good after killing his father.
#31 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
Yeah, I can see where you're coming from. Honestly, I'm just being optimistic about it.
#33 - justtocomment (04/28/2016) [-]
I'm extremely optimistic of the movies to come: just not Rey.
Though I do admit having a female protagonist for the first two major Star Wars releases in a decade new trilogy and Rogue Squadron is fucking pandering...
#68 - SemiAnon (04/28/2016) [-]
oh, there it is.

muh pandering
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#23 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
There's something exactly like what Rey did. Battle Meditation. Qui-Gon does it in EP1. Not really a mystery as to what it was.
#24 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
Except Qui Gonn was a Jedi Master while she is a scavenger. Makes sense when he does it, not when she does it. Hence why people are aggro, and why I am intrigued.
User avatar
#25 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
Other force users have shown much more power with no training. Palps and Bane were exceptional users when they got emotional. Palps slaughtered his entire family and their guards by himself with no training. Bane crushed his father's heart.
#27 - flameprintz (04/28/2016) [-]
True but that was in EU, which is no longer canon and thus not very reliable. However, I was kind of assuming that a similar thing was happening with Rey.
User avatar
#30 - drldrl (04/28/2016) [-]
It's still partially canon. Legends is basically stories about the past, they could be entirely made up or entirely true. They just made the Legends canon so if they contradict something they can just say the stories aren't true there.
#15 - That's true, but you know we don't talk about the prequels exc…  [+] (1 reply) 04/28/2016 on fact +2
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#16 - krajan (04/28/2016) [-]
if i had time i would and prequels except for attack of the clones arent that bad i just think people have a hard with the 20 year differance or so when the movies were made