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#147 - Even so, he did it with big guns and a fair amount of training… 10/31/2013 on The Scariest Video Game... 0
#141 - Doomguy was a trained soldier. He killed Demons. With guns…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/31/2013 on The Scariest Video Game... 0
User avatar #145 - killinkyle (10/31/2013) [-]
I dont think you understand. Every marine on the base was nearly instantly killed by the demons. All the humans on earth were as well.

He killed all of the demons. He killed satan himself. He's not really a trained soldier anyways, hes a security guard who was sent to the mars base as parole.
User avatar #152 - zpryed (10/31/2013) [-]
the first gone isaac picks up is just something he tore out of a medicinal machine in the second hell just about every one on that ship died
User avatar #153 - zpryed (10/31/2013) [-]
gun not gone my bad
User avatar #147 - raamageddon (10/31/2013) [-]
Even so, he did it with big guns and a fair amount of training. I've played the Doom games, I'm still not impressed.
#131 - Isaac Clarke_ killed_ a Moon. By throwing rocks at it. …  [+] (16 new replies) 10/31/2013 on The Scariest Video Game... +4
#155 - ehzio (10/31/2013) [-]
idk but Dark Soul guy was pretty cool, isn't afraid of anything and even died and came back.

he's pretty chill


Also like he killed all the first soul Lords which would basically be Gods who created everything.....


and he killed, ready? Count them.

A SHIT TONS OF DRAGONS AND GHOSTS. TELL ME CAN ISAAC CLARKE KILL GHOSTS?????

lol plz... Chosen Undead is top notch
User avatar #160 - raamageddon (10/31/2013) [-]
See, that's not a fair comparison. The Chosen Undead is just that: Undead. Better yet, he's undead in the sense that he never fucking dies permanently. He can get killed an infinite number of times, and it happens every single time. The game FORCES you to die in order to continue in one part. (You can technically use an exploit to avoid it, but it's supposed to happen)

It's also a Fantasy realm, where such things are entirely possible. You go around killing all the bosses to become the Most Powerful Dude and either become firewood or kill the world.

The Chosen Undead is definitely pretty awesome. I'm playing Dark Souls even as I type this. But comparing him to Isaac Clarke simply does not work, it's apples to oranges. Isaac can't die or else he's dead for real, and he doesn't become stronger by killing his foes, or have fancy magical weapons and whatnot. He's just a normal guy.
User avatar #161 - ehzio (10/31/2013) [-]
Well hold on now, the Chosen Undead is forced to die, but if you remember if you die too many times, you will be subdued to going Hollowed, meaning you lose your faith and you lose your humanity. You see, the Chosen Undead can infact remain undead, but he still has faith which allowed him to keep on living.

This is the reason why Anor Londo is an illusion and all it's occupants are hollowed because the have lost the will to live. So I figured it would kinda make sense in putting Isaac and the Chosen undead together since it'll be a battle of the will.
User avatar #162 - raamageddon (10/31/2013) [-]
Mmmn... That's somewhat true, but the fact remains. The Chosen Undead will continue "living" as long as they have the will to go on. It doesn't matter if they get smashed a thousand times, they'll be fine as long as they want to go on. The Chosen Undead learns through dying, and becomes more powerful by going forward.

Isaac can only learn by surviving, and has to make things up on the fly. He doesn't have the luxury of an Undead curse, or a distorted reality that gives him a "do-over." He continues forward because he has the will to do it, but he doesn't get any freebies. Once he's dead, he's dead. He doesn't grow in power, he doesn't have any magic capabilities. He doesn't even have any special training. He's just a man.

Dark Souls is a great game, but it's still apples to oranges. Comparing sci-fi to fantasy just plain doesn't work for the above reasons. The Chosen Undead is cool, but he has so many advantages that Isaac lacks.

And the Chosen Undead still doesn't kill a celestial body with rocks. You say he killed dragons, but in reality, you never face a *real* dragon. You kill Ghosts, but without a cursed body or weapon-- Magic powers-- you can't. You fight and kill the Gods who fought the ancient dragons, but all of them were in weakened states. Gwyn is a charred husk, not at a fraction of his former power. The Witch of Izalith has transformed into an immobilized abomination capable only of slapping at you and initiating the occasional firestorm, nowhere near close to the power of the Witch itself, who burned the homes of the ancient dragons. Gravelord Nito's power was devoted to death, and much of it was stolen by Pinwheel and several others who led a rebellion against the Gods. Seath the Scaleless is blind and insane, powerful though he may be.

The Chosen Undead never fights a single enemy at their full potential. I'm not even using this as defense for Isaac, but pointing out his feats are greatly lessened by the reality of the situation.
User avatar #163 - ehzio (10/31/2013) [-]
idk...the Hellkite Dragon....Seath the Scaleless...the undead dragon in Ariamis and the one in Valley of the Drakes, Drakes, Kalameet.....

plus not all of the bosses were reduced to a fraction of their power, look at Ornstein and Smough, if one dies the other consumes it's power and thus increasing theirs, or even Artorias, his power grew like crazy high after he got infected with the Abyss.

Not only that Manus never went down from his power.


also I thought you were comparing the main characters not the main characters + setting
User avatar #166 - raamageddon (10/31/2013) [-]
Also, Manus's power may not be diminished, but he is crazy. They make that abundantly clear, Manus is the product of his Humanity having been driven wild, and he himself was "driven mad" by the inhabitants of Oolacile. How or why is irrelevant. I will grant you that Manus is more or less in his prime, but that's not as easily applicable.

But yes. I'm talking about it as a whole, looking at it not just from a perspective of accomplishments, but accomplishments when you look at the universe they're in. The Chosen Undead doing what he does is a fully feasible thing when you look at the Dark Souls universe, but for Isaac Clarke to do what he does in the Dead Space universe? Shit's insane.
User avatar #167 - ehzio (10/31/2013) [-]
Ok you know what you dick hole, Fighting Artorias and Smough+Ornstein was really hard for me.....to me they had their super powers and I had a broken sword with a parrying dagger......


Plus Artorias was handicapped but holy shit was he a good one, I mean look at this, nigga went into the Abyss with full gear, his sword in his left hand, his shield in his right. When you fight him, his sword is in his RIGHT hand and his left hand(SWORD HAND) was like a limp noodle.


idk about you but I had thee fucking hardest time fighting Artorias..... besides, at this point, the Abyss has corrupted him so much that he does not give a fuck who or what he's fighting as long as he kills it and to me is what makes him incredibly powerful, even more powerful than the immortal necromorph
User avatar #168 - raamageddon (11/01/2013) [-]
No need to call names. I'm not being hostile, am I?

Artorias was definitely the hardest fight in the game for me. I'm not even gonna lie, I died less than anyone I know playing the game. The Capra Demon has never killed me, not during any of my... Six playthroughs? And I love to brag about that, I ain't even gonna lie. But Artorias? Artorias killed me more than anything else during the first playthrough, he's a tough son of a bitch.

And I'm not saying Ornstein and Smough were super easy. I haven't died to them a crapton, but think of it like this. If you fought them in their base forms separately, would they still be hard? Think of Ornstein without being forty feet tall, and without fighting Smough at the same time. Think of fighting Smough alone without the lightning super-attacks he gets from absorbing Ornstein. Together, they're formidable. In their Super forms, they're damn hard to kill. But if you fought them alone and normally, would they still be hard?

But yeah. Artorias is still a fucking freight train. Even if he's insane, without a shield, and using his wrong hand, he's a force to be reckoned with. He's definitely more powerful than any Necromorph-- Except maybe the moons-- but it's all relative. Artorias is a God, there's a reason he's hard to kill. A corrupted God whose sole meaning left is to destroy anything he comes across.

In truth, I actually kind of like to think Artorias wasn't completely gone. The Bloatheads don't attack each other, and they were corrupted by the Abyss. Same with the Darkwraiths. But Artorias attacks everything, Abyss or no. It could be possible that he was trying to stop you from succumbing to the same fate as him-- Killing you for your own good, as it were.

Overall, I love Dark Souls. It's so simple at a glance, but yet there's so many intricacies to be discovered, so many things that you don't realize that are even there. It might be my favorite game. But as a character, Isaac has taken the throne for me.
User avatar #170 - ehzio (11/01/2013) [-]
I'm not calling you names, it's just I couldn't come up with anything to counteract your claims.
User avatar #165 - raamageddon (10/31/2013) [-]
Hellkite is just a Drake, a pale imitation of the true Dragons. Again, Seath was a true Dragon, but he was driven mad by the knowledge he uncovered, and mutated his form with it. He was not at his full potential, nor was he immortal without his crystal. The undead dragons are rotting corpses that fall to pieces by the mere action of moving. The things in the Valley of Drakes are not Dragons, not by a long shot. Drakes/Wyverns, but not the immortal Ancient Dragons. Kalameet is the only one in the whole game that you fight at his true power that is an actual Dragon, and even so, he's a descendant of the Ancient Dragons, not one of them himself.

Ornstein and Smough are presumably of their full potential, but they are also not very powerful. If you fought them both separately in their base forms, Ornstein would be a joke, fast but weak, while Smough would be a lumbering lardbucket without any real power. Ornstein's real power was his intellect and leadership abilities as Captain of Gwyn's Knights, while Smough was just raw power.

Artorias? You're joking right? Artorias was fucking handicapped so much it's unbelievable. His armor has been corroded by the Abyss, his mind shattered and broken, driven past the brink of insanity. His left arm-- Which, according to some people, he is left-handed--is completely shattered, pulverized, a limp noodle that spews some kind of infected sludge. Whether left or right-handed, Artorias does not use his shield, which he normally would use, and is clearly not the "master swordsman" that he is made out to be due to his broken mind. He also tag-teamed with Sif, which he clearly did not. If you fought Artorias at full power, you would not have beaten the game.

Shit, look at Havel the Rock. Havel was stronger than Black Iron Tarkus, who can solo bosses, but you only fight Havel after he's Hollowed. Havel in his prime would've been an unstoppable juggernaut with the ability to cast miracles and beat your head in at the same time.
User avatar #133 - killinkyle (10/31/2013) [-]
Doomguy killed all the demons on moonbase

then went to hell so he could kill all the demons there

let me repeat that

HE KILLED. ALL THE DEMONS. IN HELL.

and all of this only because they killed his pet rabbit.

Get on his level with your crappy moon man.
User avatar #141 - raamageddon (10/31/2013) [-]
Doomguy was a trained soldier. He killed Demons. With guns. Really big, futuristic guns intended for killing shit. Doomguy was trained, and did not have any handicaps.

Isaac Clarke killed a celestial body by throwing rocks at it, and before that, he made his way to it by killing the shit out of things that make Demons look cuddly with mining tools that he either made himself or scavenged, while suffering from extreme bouts of insanity.

Doomguy's feat is impressive, but tame by comparison.
User avatar #145 - killinkyle (10/31/2013) [-]
I dont think you understand. Every marine on the base was nearly instantly killed by the demons. All the humans on earth were as well.

He killed all of the demons. He killed satan himself. He's not really a trained soldier anyways, hes a security guard who was sent to the mars base as parole.
User avatar #152 - zpryed (10/31/2013) [-]
the first gone isaac picks up is just something he tore out of a medicinal machine in the second hell just about every one on that ship died
User avatar #153 - zpryed (10/31/2013) [-]
gun not gone my bad
User avatar #147 - raamageddon (10/31/2013) [-]
Even so, he did it with big guns and a fair amount of training. I've played the Doom games, I'm still not impressed.
#151 - Absolutely correct. thelastamerican is also correct. …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/30/2013 on Very Honorable +1
User avatar #161 - playerdous (10/30/2013) [-]
Funny enough on Dec 7 only one of our Mustangs shot a zero down. Even better that same Mustang landed with around 500 bullet holes. So yeah ours were built tough but that only goes so far.
#39 - Futurama does something close. 10/30/2013 on cancer 0
#141 - Depends entirely upon the character in question. Facial hair d…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/29/2013 on Fukin' egg 0
User avatar #145 - gmanofwonder (10/30/2013) [-]
Well the original Naruto Series ends when the main characters are starting puberty (Age 13)
However the extension which is the real series is Naruto Shippuden, which takes place when the main characters are 16-18
But yeah, I get your very well established points. I'm not really concerned with specific animes suddenly getting facial hair; but simply there genre of characters should appear more widely spread through the different types of characters, from main to half-appearances.
#147 - imona (10/30/2013) [-]
When Naruto returns after two and a half year, he's 16, as most other from the kids generation. A few exceptions are the kids like Neji and Temari, who's a year or so older than Narutos generation.
#148 - imona (10/30/2013) [-]
So most of them might be too young to get any real facial hair, which could be why they left it out. Some of the older guys, though, have the beard.
#236 - I knew about it, but have never once even attempted doing it. … 10/29/2013 on S 0
#124 - Yep. I use the restoration potion methodology as well, so all … 10/29/2013 on The Ultimate Skyrim Armor 0
#123 - I only have the Xbox version. I thank you greatly for showing … 10/29/2013 on The Ultimate Skyrim Armor 0
#81 - I agree with you entirely. I don't think it's funny, or clever… 10/29/2013 on much love 0
#83 - Havel ***** people up with Dragon's teeth and w… 10/29/2013 on The Ultimate Skyrim Armor 0
#82 - I just realized you beat me to this joke. I'd thumb you, but I can't. 10/29/2013 on The Ultimate Skyrim Armor -1
#81 - Stat-wise, I agree. But I can Supersmith my **** …  [+] (4 new replies) 10/29/2013 on The Ultimate Skyrim Armor +1
User avatar #110 - alucardthemagician (10/29/2013) [-]
Well when it comes down to it if you have either full dragon or daedric and its epic and you have strong life regen enchantments on all of them and your ring and amulet then you pretty much dont die.
User avatar #124 - raamageddon (10/29/2013) [-]
Yep. I use the restoration potion methodology as well, so all my shit's amazing. I'm basically immune to anything other than physical damage, and I have so much health and I regenerate it so fast that it makes no difference.

I can also one-hit-kill Legendary Dragons with whatever weapon I want with this method. I could basically go pick up any smithable weapon and improve it so much that it's an unstoppable weapon, and worth so much that I can never get rid of it.
#123 - raamageddon (10/29/2013) [-]
I only have the Xbox version. I thank you greatly for showing me that there is a mod that could give me exactly what I want, but sadly, I cannot make use of it.

If only I had the money for a gaming PC...
#79 - And so Kirk, Knight of Thorns was born. 10/29/2013 on The Ultimate Skyrim Armor 0
#98 - I'm not disagreeing with you in that aspect, but at the same t… 10/29/2013 on Araska 0
#100 - Dude on the far left is probably the Hulk. Pretty sur… 10/29/2013 on Behind the shirt 0
#97 - I like how Superman guy's just going "Not bad" all t… 10/29/2013 on Behind the shirt +2
#34 - "Just about made my life?" Damn, his life m… 10/29/2013 on Kitty Purry 0
#96 - There's a vast difference between the Cuban Missile Crisis and… 10/29/2013 on Araska 0
#95 - They'd feel threatened to be sure, but realistically, it's sti…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/29/2013 on Araska 0
User avatar #97 - ubercookieboy (10/29/2013) [-]
America was having a proxy war with Russia at the time. Russia had no "reason" to start moving nuclear warheads to Alaska unless they were planning to attack.
User avatar #98 - raamageddon (10/29/2013) [-]
I'm not disagreeing with you in that aspect, but at the same time, there's still not anything that America could actually *do* about it. The only reason they could do anything about Cuba was because they had a bartering piece, where they had missiles placed in other countries aimed at Russia.

They could bitch up a storm about it, but they couldn't actually *do* anything is what I'm saying. There's a vast difference between allowing something, and being able to stop it. America wouldn't have "allowed" missiles in Russia, but unless they wanted to start an actual war, they couldn't force Russia to remove them. Cuba was all about posturing, and we were able to negotiate our way out of it. We couldn't do anything more about Russia putting nukes in Alaska than we could about the Berlin Wall. Not without actually starting something, but then it's on our heads.
#21 - It sure is. 10/29/2013 on Shit, it's what I'd do 0
#82 - Consider how useful it would've been to them if they'd kept it…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/29/2013 on Araska +2
User avatar #93 - ubercookieboy (10/29/2013) [-]
Putting nukes there would be like pointing a gun at someone.

If anything the Americans would feel threatened and may retaliate.
User avatar #95 - raamageddon (10/29/2013) [-]
They'd feel threatened to be sure, but realistically, it's still their land. It's not like they've mobilized into a different country, which has a very clear purpose. It's kind of like how we keep telling other countries, like North Korea, they're not allowed to have nuclear programs. Yeah, we tell them that, but it doesn't mean anything until we put action behind it.

America wouldn't need to "allow" it. It's still there.
User avatar #97 - ubercookieboy (10/29/2013) [-]
America was having a proxy war with Russia at the time. Russia had no "reason" to start moving nuclear warheads to Alaska unless they were planning to attack.
User avatar #98 - raamageddon (10/29/2013) [-]
I'm not disagreeing with you in that aspect, but at the same time, there's still not anything that America could actually *do* about it. The only reason they could do anything about Cuba was because they had a bartering piece, where they had missiles placed in other countries aimed at Russia.

They could bitch up a storm about it, but they couldn't actually *do* anything is what I'm saying. There's a vast difference between allowing something, and being able to stop it. America wouldn't have "allowed" missiles in Russia, but unless they wanted to start an actual war, they couldn't force Russia to remove them. Cuba was all about posturing, and we were able to negotiate our way out of it. We couldn't do anything more about Russia putting nukes in Alaska than we could about the Berlin Wall. Not without actually starting something, but then it's on our heads.
User avatar #90 - ronyx (10/29/2013) [-]
I don't think the US would've allowed it, same thing with sending missiles to cuba.
User avatar #96 - raamageddon (10/29/2013) [-]
There's a vast difference between the Cuban Missile Crisis and what could happen if Russia put nukes in a Soviet-owned Alaska. Putting your military elements in another country is a very, very intention-based threat. We wagged our fingers at Syria after they used chemical weapons on their own civilians. We told them before that doing so would be grounds for an attack. Instead, we just told them "Now don't do it again."

It's their country, and unfortunately, we can't realistically make a move to stop them without going into all-out war. We might not have tolerated nuclear weapons in Alaska, but what would we do? Tell them to leave? They don't have to do anything. The only reason they backed out of the Cuban Missile Crisis was because the US also had their own bombs in Russia's neighboring countries. Both of them agreed to remove the guns pointed at each other's heads, although only Russia followed through with it.

It's all about posturing.
#159 - Yeah. The Covenant B-Team was one of the reasons I got so bore… 10/28/2013 on RIP GTA IV 0
#157 - I actually like the Covenant. They were the main threat of the…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/28/2013 on RIP GTA IV 0
User avatar #158 - alstorp (10/28/2013) [-]
Man, the Covenant vs Human war lore was brilliant. Sad and brutal. Then came the shitty excuse for the storm Covenant.
User avatar #159 - raamageddon (10/28/2013) [-]
Yeah. The Covenant B-Team was one of the reasons I got so bored with Halo 4. You don't even get any explanation for who they are or why they're pissed over the course of the entire game. Y'know in the cutscene where you free the Didact, that's Jul 'Mdama yelling Didact in the background? I didn't. We aren't even told about 'Mdama unless we play SPARTAN Ops, and he never makes any kind of appearance in the Campaign. Not that it matters, the Covenant are entirely cannon fodder in Halo 4, just bad guys placed between you and the button that you need to push elsewhere in the level.

To be fair, it's in my understanding that the Storm Rifle was actually designed by ONI, hence why its shittiness. And the Storm Covenant as a whole have more or less been tricked. They were part of some colony that got separated, and had no real idea about the War. So when Jul comes in and tells them the "Gods" want Humanity dead, he's just done the same thing the Prophets did: Manipulated the unknowing masses for personal gain.

*Shrug* I run a Halo RP, so I unfortunately have to keep track of this shit. But most of us are more or less viewing the Post-War universe as non-canon at this point.
#155 - That's exactly why I don't want it. Cortana got blown the He…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/28/2013 on RIP GTA IV 0
#156 - alstorp (10/28/2013) [-]
I thought the quality died with Halo 3, where they went a little too far with the whole Cortana thing. I'm just not expecting realistic or good writing anymore.

It's a damn shame it had to end this way, though. It had such a huge potential.
User avatar #157 - raamageddon (10/28/2013) [-]
I actually like the Covenant. They were the main threat of the war for a quarter of a Century, but they get totally shoved aside in the games for tentacle-monsters and Beetle-borgs. Reach was great in that aspect, it actually focused on the Covenant as being something other than the secondary threat at the end of the day. Twenty-seven years of war, completely nullified in the course of three months.

From here on, yeah. The writing's gone, and so is the giving a damn. I'm still absolutely simmering with rage about how much of a failure the Champions Bundle was. They dangled new content in your face, then didn't even let you use it in what amounted to half the game. Don't tell me I can have ODST armor then not let me use it in SPARTAN Ops, the only place I even want to play online.
User avatar #158 - alstorp (10/28/2013) [-]
Man, the Covenant vs Human war lore was brilliant. Sad and brutal. Then came the shitty excuse for the storm Covenant.
User avatar #159 - raamageddon (10/28/2013) [-]
Yeah. The Covenant B-Team was one of the reasons I got so bored with Halo 4. You don't even get any explanation for who they are or why they're pissed over the course of the entire game. Y'know in the cutscene where you free the Didact, that's Jul 'Mdama yelling Didact in the background? I didn't. We aren't even told about 'Mdama unless we play SPARTAN Ops, and he never makes any kind of appearance in the Campaign. Not that it matters, the Covenant are entirely cannon fodder in Halo 4, just bad guys placed between you and the button that you need to push elsewhere in the level.

To be fair, it's in my understanding that the Storm Rifle was actually designed by ONI, hence why its shittiness. And the Storm Covenant as a whole have more or less been tricked. They were part of some colony that got separated, and had no real idea about the War. So when Jul comes in and tells them the "Gods" want Humanity dead, he's just done the same thing the Prophets did: Manipulated the unknowing masses for personal gain.

*Shrug* I run a Halo RP, so I unfortunately have to keep track of this shit. But most of us are more or less viewing the Post-War universe as non-canon at this point.
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