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#7 - Yeah, gotta shield after she shoots into the air, as questiona…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/07/2016 on ... Bleaaargh 0
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#8 - peliaosfiendline (08/07/2016) [-]
point was, zarya shield+farah=best way to avoid the comic op posted
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#10 - schneidend (08/07/2016) [-]
Well, yeah, that's definitely true. Zarya and Ana are great enablers for JUSTICE to RAIN FROM ABOVE.
#260 - Well, when their religion/ethnic group is being specifically t…  [+] (13 new replies) 08/07/2016 on Trumper Comp 0
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#282 - somuchfreedom (08/07/2016) [-]
the problem with religious persecution is that it is one of ideals. Muslims share an ideaology, not just a skin color or place of birth, and when all you seem being represented of an ideaology is it being used to explain a daily parade of horror across the globe, people aren't really convinced by the (religion of peace) argument anymore
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#283 - schneidend (08/07/2016) [-]
Right, but that doesn't any sense. That'd be like creating an atmosphere of intolerance against Christians, who despite their own claims of being super-victimized are still the dominant religion of America, just because some crazies are setting fire to abortion clinics.

There's a number of very horrifying theocracies that could, in all fairness, use literally any religion to rationalize their tyranny, and yeah those guys are shitty assholes. But, there are quite a number of people who happen to be part of the same religion in America who are genuinely doing absolutely nothing wrong. So, why not be more specific about our mistrust and anger, instead of generalizing, as we do with many other nuanced problems? It'd make the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans much less stressful. After all, right-wing talking heads like Sean Hannity want the country's leaders to use the term "Radical Islam," which is indeed much more specific and beneficial to the dialogue, but the current presidential nominee for the Republican party constantly speaks about Muslims in a broad sense.
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#299 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
Terrorist attacks this year:
Muslim Terror attacks: 342 and counting hyperbole, but barely exaggerating
Christian Terror attacks: 2
Yes, these are the same and comparable
This is like comparing John Wayne Gacy and Hitler. One is orders of magnitude worse, even if they represented the same general type of evil
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#302 - schneidend (08/09/2016) [-]
My point was not that Christian-motivated attacks were more frequent, but that we don't have a pervasive atmosphere of intolerance towards members of the same religion. All I'm arguing is that the rhetoric that propagates such an atmosphere should cease, because it isn't helpful to the defeat of terrorist factions, violates the rights and safety of American citizens and visitors from abroad, and is an affront to the values the country was founded upon. If it isn't helpful, and is in fact harmful to innocents, then the dialogue should change. Specificity is the order of the day, because our enemies are indeed radical Muslims, not all 1.4 billion Muslims the world over.
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#305 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
when the sheer volume of terrorist attacks from christians is even close to the amount of muslim terrorist attacks, then I wouldn't be surprised if the country took up a pervasive anti-christian mentality like we are developing against muslims
when so many varied and wide-spread groups of muslims are committing the same acts of terror around the globe, you can't keep saying "not all muslims"
there's a point when the silent majority has to take responsibility for the letting the violent sects get so out of control that they are seen as the majority themselves
just like law-abiding, innocent black people are still guilty of perpetuating their rap/thug/"being smart is acting white" culture and indirectly causing all these violent black criminals, now muslims need to take responsibility for letting ISIS happen
if muslims wanted to be peaceful, they shouldn't have let terrorists ruin it for them
I don't know if you've noticed, but here in america, we've run the KKK underground, Neo-Nazi's are social pariahs, and businesses refuse you service for publicly being recognized as a bigot.
this shit happens to other religions too, but they all absolutely rebuke those apostates that pervert their ideals into something truly hateful and/or violent
I don't see muslims out protesting on corners that they hate ISIS
I don't see them helping at all
I hear from like one person a month that muslims are peaceful and all the terrorists are not real muslims, but where is the mass outcry from all these peaceful muslims all at once, saying "fuck ISIS!"?
all I see is "don't blame us for what they did"
but no one would be pointing fingers if their stance wasn't so ambiguous. if they took a firm stand against ISIS, as one united force, people could see that they were clearly not in the same group responsible
but they don't. they refuse. muslims avoid taking that stand against terror, they avoid outright condemning acts of terror in the name of Islam, and for that they deserve to be grouped in with them
all it would take is literally just a trending hashtag or something, but we don't even get that and that's the least effort I can even imagine
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#284 - somuchfreedom (08/07/2016) [-]
The issue with islam is that it is unique in the sense that the religion itself and the man who founded it are actually violent in nature, and claiming that those who spread it's message with violence arent real muslims, or aren't a real representation of islam, are simply wrong. While most other religions today are based on teaching of love and charity and passivness, and those who break those are genuinley bad representations of their religion. It is asking a lot of the mob to ignore propaganda and emotion
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#285 - schneidend (08/07/2016) [-]
I never made the claim that Muslim terrorists aren't Muslims, only the obvious truth that not all Muslims are terrorists, and that the rhetoric should change to reflect this so we don't have the ignorant masses beating up Muslims outside of mosques.

There are violent extremists in every religion. Every major religion has been used to create awful societies and encourage horrific violence. We deal with the violent radicals of other religions as individuals, not as a hegemonious whole that includes every practitioner of the religion. It follows that we should do the same for Muslims. There's really no reason not to other than to stir up shitstorms and push agendas.
#300 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
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literally every muslim looks down on you for drinking beer and eating bacon
literally every muslim is okay with child brides
literally every muslim considers women property
there are other issues that people bring up that muslim can be divided on and have different opinions about
some of them might not hate gays, some might not care if you're christian
but those first three stay firm throughout all Islam
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#303 - schneidend (08/09/2016) [-]
Untrue. One of my best friends in high school is Muslim. He doesn't believe in any of those three things.
#304 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
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he's been lying to you all along or it's never come up. if his parents raised him as a muslim, he believes those things. if he doesn't drink or eat pork, it's because his religion explicitly says those actions are unclean and anyone partaking in them in also unclean. he's judging you. he thinks he's better than you. cleaner. like a vegan would think they're better, he looks down on you for your choices. also, he has no problem literally worshiping a pedophile and condoning all his actions, so there's that too
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#307 - schneidend (08/09/2016) [-]
Are you...serious? That's like saying no Christian has ever had premarital sex, no Jew has ever worn polyester, and no Hindu has ever eaten a beef hotdog.
#308 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
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none of those are even taboo except maybe the sex thing and still, no one cares about premarital sex
hinduism both forbids eating beef and allows it, depending on what type of hindu you are. some texts say don't eat cows, others say beef is super good for you
jews don't care about polyester, christians have that same law and they ignore it too
if you'd said something about kosher meats, then you'd have an argument, but not really because staying kosher is just as huge for jews as being halal is for muslims
even more so because while jews also consider pork unclean and don't eat it, muslims believe that even touching pork is so unclean it will tarnish your soul and affect your chances at getting into their afterlife. it's unacceptable for it to even be within spitting distance of them or their food because it will contaminate everything for them.
believing so strongly that eating pork is literally worse than eating shit, there's no way they couldn't look down on anyone eating as almost subhuman. like if you watched a guy eat a used diaper everyday for breakfast and claim it was the best food option ever and he'd eat nothing but that if he could, you'd definitely not respect him as a person at all
that's how your friend sees everyone who isn't muslim
that's how muslims see everyone else
and that's just the food stuff. they have serious rules for a lot more than that and they consider it heretical and degenerate to live any other way
you completely misunderstood what I was saying and you still got it wrong. that's like double wrong, great job
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#309 - schneidend (08/09/2016) [-]
Literally all of those things are taboo, they're just largely ignored by Americans because they're outdated things that are largely incompatible with modern society. And, many Jews eat pork all the time. One of my D&D buddies is Jewish and we had a pineapple and bacon pizza during our last get-together. His whole family eats pork.
Anyway, I'm gonna just step away from this one. You seem to just be some sort of bigoted moron, so this conversation really isn't going anywhere.
#5 - Without science, justice can't be propelled to the stars and f…  [+] (11 new replies) 08/07/2016 on The beauty of justice 0
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#56 - garyhasmorebadges (08/08/2016) [-]
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#53 - anon (08/08/2016) [-]
Then add more justice.
#43 - shao (08/08/2016) [-]
You must be fun at parties
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#13 - kiedekka (08/08/2016) [-]
the rocket on his hammer. I never played the game and I've seen it before.
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#14 - schneidend (08/08/2016) [-]
He uses rockets on the back of his armor to charge, not his hammer.
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#15 - kiedekka (08/08/2016) [-]
so why not have the rocket on his hammer? I've seen plenty of artwork depicting the rocket hammer. Which now reminds me of King Dedede.
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#16 - schneidend (08/08/2016) [-]
He doesn't hold the hammer in a way that it would make sense during the charge, so it'd require a new animation, which is more work than just mapping a new skin.
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#17 - kiedekka (08/08/2016) [-]
he could just leap then. He's a buff dude. let's just pretend he's lunging. besides, it's a weird idea to begin with. You're almost as touchy about a rocket propelled geezer as a feminist is about sandwiches.
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#18 - schneidend (08/08/2016) [-]
Eh, it'd be a bit of a weird animation for him to jump straight forward.

I'm not being touchy so much as pointing out the difficulties and flaws with it, explaining why it probably didn't get added.

I'm all for more skins, but I also understand that developers don't have infinite time or money to make things happen.
#54 - anon (08/08/2016) [-]
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#8 - jimmiez (08/07/2016) [-]
Just strap the rocket booster to his back.
#261 - So, if I downloaded something like Gauntlet: Slayer Edition on…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/07/2016 on PC 0
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#316 - thunderxcatsxhoooo (08/07/2016) [-]
depends on the game, some games you can and some you can't. It depends on if the company puts support in for it on PC release. Battleblock Theater is an example of a PC game where you can play on the same PC, both on controller or one on keyboard and one on controller.
#6 - You're doing Kami's work, son.  [+] (5 new replies) 08/07/2016 on Community +26
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#11 - corndawg (08/07/2016) [-]
You're doing some kind of work for a person, child.
#12 - fffffffuuuuuuuuuuu (08/07/2016) [-]
You're doing some kind of work that Kami would do for a person, childson.
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#11 - I mean, I'd be pretty stoked if I killed M. Bison, too. That'd… 08/07/2016 on Wonder how long she will... +5
#250 - What does that even mean?  [+] (15 new replies) 08/07/2016 on Trumper Comp 0
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#258 - somuchfreedom (08/07/2016) [-]
they often act as though there is some kind of special crusade against them and that they are uniquley victimized, when this is not the case
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#260 - schneidend (08/07/2016) [-]
Well, when their religion/ethnic group is being specifically targeted by ignorance, hate speech, and violence, one can pretty easily argue that they are being "uniquely victimized" by virtue of being singled out as responsible for the terrorist actions of others.

And, regardless, that's completely irrelevant to the fact that the persecution should simply fucking cease. This is America, where these people, all people, are supposed to be free to be who they are, as per our founding principles.
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#282 - somuchfreedom (08/07/2016) [-]
the problem with religious persecution is that it is one of ideals. Muslims share an ideaology, not just a skin color or place of birth, and when all you seem being represented of an ideaology is it being used to explain a daily parade of horror across the globe, people aren't really convinced by the (religion of peace) argument anymore
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#283 - schneidend (08/07/2016) [-]
Right, but that doesn't any sense. That'd be like creating an atmosphere of intolerance against Christians, who despite their own claims of being super-victimized are still the dominant religion of America, just because some crazies are setting fire to abortion clinics.

There's a number of very horrifying theocracies that could, in all fairness, use literally any religion to rationalize their tyranny, and yeah those guys are shitty assholes. But, there are quite a number of people who happen to be part of the same religion in America who are genuinely doing absolutely nothing wrong. So, why not be more specific about our mistrust and anger, instead of generalizing, as we do with many other nuanced problems? It'd make the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans much less stressful. After all, right-wing talking heads like Sean Hannity want the country's leaders to use the term "Radical Islam," which is indeed much more specific and beneficial to the dialogue, but the current presidential nominee for the Republican party constantly speaks about Muslims in a broad sense.
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#299 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
Terrorist attacks this year:
Muslim Terror attacks: 342 and counting hyperbole, but barely exaggerating
Christian Terror attacks: 2
Yes, these are the same and comparable
This is like comparing John Wayne Gacy and Hitler. One is orders of magnitude worse, even if they represented the same general type of evil
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#302 - schneidend (08/09/2016) [-]
My point was not that Christian-motivated attacks were more frequent, but that we don't have a pervasive atmosphere of intolerance towards members of the same religion. All I'm arguing is that the rhetoric that propagates such an atmosphere should cease, because it isn't helpful to the defeat of terrorist factions, violates the rights and safety of American citizens and visitors from abroad, and is an affront to the values the country was founded upon. If it isn't helpful, and is in fact harmful to innocents, then the dialogue should change. Specificity is the order of the day, because our enemies are indeed radical Muslims, not all 1.4 billion Muslims the world over.
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#305 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
when the sheer volume of terrorist attacks from christians is even close to the amount of muslim terrorist attacks, then I wouldn't be surprised if the country took up a pervasive anti-christian mentality like we are developing against muslims
when so many varied and wide-spread groups of muslims are committing the same acts of terror around the globe, you can't keep saying "not all muslims"
there's a point when the silent majority has to take responsibility for the letting the violent sects get so out of control that they are seen as the majority themselves
just like law-abiding, innocent black people are still guilty of perpetuating their rap/thug/"being smart is acting white" culture and indirectly causing all these violent black criminals, now muslims need to take responsibility for letting ISIS happen
if muslims wanted to be peaceful, they shouldn't have let terrorists ruin it for them
I don't know if you've noticed, but here in america, we've run the KKK underground, Neo-Nazi's are social pariahs, and businesses refuse you service for publicly being recognized as a bigot.
this shit happens to other religions too, but they all absolutely rebuke those apostates that pervert their ideals into something truly hateful and/or violent
I don't see muslims out protesting on corners that they hate ISIS
I don't see them helping at all
I hear from like one person a month that muslims are peaceful and all the terrorists are not real muslims, but where is the mass outcry from all these peaceful muslims all at once, saying "fuck ISIS!"?
all I see is "don't blame us for what they did"
but no one would be pointing fingers if their stance wasn't so ambiguous. if they took a firm stand against ISIS, as one united force, people could see that they were clearly not in the same group responsible
but they don't. they refuse. muslims avoid taking that stand against terror, they avoid outright condemning acts of terror in the name of Islam, and for that they deserve to be grouped in with them
all it would take is literally just a trending hashtag or something, but we don't even get that and that's the least effort I can even imagine
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#284 - somuchfreedom (08/07/2016) [-]
The issue with islam is that it is unique in the sense that the religion itself and the man who founded it are actually violent in nature, and claiming that those who spread it's message with violence arent real muslims, or aren't a real representation of islam, are simply wrong. While most other religions today are based on teaching of love and charity and passivness, and those who break those are genuinley bad representations of their religion. It is asking a lot of the mob to ignore propaganda and emotion
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#285 - schneidend (08/07/2016) [-]
I never made the claim that Muslim terrorists aren't Muslims, only the obvious truth that not all Muslims are terrorists, and that the rhetoric should change to reflect this so we don't have the ignorant masses beating up Muslims outside of mosques.

There are violent extremists in every religion. Every major religion has been used to create awful societies and encourage horrific violence. We deal with the violent radicals of other religions as individuals, not as a hegemonious whole that includes every practitioner of the religion. It follows that we should do the same for Muslims. There's really no reason not to other than to stir up shitstorms and push agendas.
#300 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
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literally every muslim looks down on you for drinking beer and eating bacon
literally every muslim is okay with child brides
literally every muslim considers women property
there are other issues that people bring up that muslim can be divided on and have different opinions about
some of them might not hate gays, some might not care if you're christian
but those first three stay firm throughout all Islam
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#303 - schneidend (08/09/2016) [-]
Untrue. One of my best friends in high school is Muslim. He doesn't believe in any of those three things.
#304 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
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he's been lying to you all along or it's never come up. if his parents raised him as a muslim, he believes those things. if he doesn't drink or eat pork, it's because his religion explicitly says those actions are unclean and anyone partaking in them in also unclean. he's judging you. he thinks he's better than you. cleaner. like a vegan would think they're better, he looks down on you for your choices. also, he has no problem literally worshiping a pedophile and condoning all his actions, so there's that too
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#307 - schneidend (08/09/2016) [-]
Are you...serious? That's like saying no Christian has ever had premarital sex, no Jew has ever worn polyester, and no Hindu has ever eaten a beef hotdog.
#308 - sherlockbatman (08/09/2016) [-]
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none of those are even taboo except maybe the sex thing and still, no one cares about premarital sex
hinduism both forbids eating beef and allows it, depending on what type of hindu you are. some texts say don't eat cows, others say beef is super good for you
jews don't care about polyester, christians have that same law and they ignore it too
if you'd said something about kosher meats, then you'd have an argument, but not really because staying kosher is just as huge for jews as being halal is for muslims
even more so because while jews also consider pork unclean and don't eat it, muslims believe that even touching pork is so unclean it will tarnish your soul and affect your chances at getting into their afterlife. it's unacceptable for it to even be within spitting distance of them or their food because it will contaminate everything for them.
believing so strongly that eating pork is literally worse than eating shit, there's no way they couldn't look down on anyone eating as almost subhuman. like if you watched a guy eat a used diaper everyday for breakfast and claim it was the best food option ever and he'd eat nothing but that if he could, you'd definitely not respect him as a person at all
that's how your friend sees everyone who isn't muslim
that's how muslims see everyone else
and that's just the food stuff. they have serious rules for a lot more than that and they consider it heretical and degenerate to live any other way
you completely misunderstood what I was saying and you still got it wrong. that's like double wrong, great job
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#309 - schneidend (08/09/2016) [-]
Literally all of those things are taboo, they're just largely ignored by Americans because they're outdated things that are largely incompatible with modern society. And, many Jews eat pork all the time. One of my D&D buddies is Jewish and we had a pineapple and bacon pizza during our last get-together. His whole family eats pork.
Anyway, I'm gonna just step away from this one. You seem to just be some sort of bigoted moron, so this conversation really isn't going anywhere.
#3 - How would he propel himself for his charge?  [+] (24 new replies) 08/07/2016 on The beauty of justice +7
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#55 - mrmomoguy (08/08/2016) [-]
Why can't he just run at them?
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#50 - rollmeanddie (08/08/2016) [-]
That's what lunge walking is for, son.
#46 - jooshface (08/08/2016) [-]
He farts hard enough to propel himself forward. Easy.
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#23 - videogamehippey (08/08/2016) [-]
There'd be nothing propelling him, he'd just sprint
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#25 - krasnogvardiech (08/08/2016) [-]
THE SUIT IS REQUIRED TO CONTAIN HIS POWER.

IT'S NOT A PROPULSOR THAT LETS HIM CHARGE, IT'S AN EXHAUST PORT.
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#24 - schneidend (08/08/2016) [-]
That's the best option I've heard, but would require a new animation. Good idea, but probably too much work for one skin, if Blizzard's current work is any indication.
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#28 - thefirespike (08/08/2016) [-]
is it that hard to animate it so that he just moves his legs?
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#30 - schneidend (08/08/2016) [-]
I mean, it's not hard, but it's more content, and more work. Somebody needs to be paid to do that work, etc. And, all I'm pointing out is that other skins don't change animations that thoroughly so far, so it seems unlikely a single skin would have such.
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#29 - thefirespike (08/08/2016) [-]
or even still it doesn't even matter, i think he could just squat down and scoot forward with nothing propelling him its an optional comsetic.
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#10 - jokexplain (08/07/2016) [-]
Burrito farts
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#9 - asotil (08/07/2016) [-]
Just have him Bear Crawl at people and when he gets to a wall German Suplex
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#4 - BigSammy (08/07/2016) [-]
With his justice.
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#5 - schneidend (08/07/2016) [-]
Without science, justice can't be propelled to the stars and free all the good peoples of this universe! EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT!
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#56 - garyhasmorebadges (08/08/2016) [-]
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#53 - anon (08/08/2016) [-]
Then add more justice.
#43 - shao (08/08/2016) [-]
You must be fun at parties
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#13 - kiedekka (08/08/2016) [-]
the rocket on his hammer. I never played the game and I've seen it before.
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#14 - schneidend (08/08/2016) [-]
He uses rockets on the back of his armor to charge, not his hammer.
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#15 - kiedekka (08/08/2016) [-]
so why not have the rocket on his hammer? I've seen plenty of artwork depicting the rocket hammer. Which now reminds me of King Dedede.
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#16 - schneidend (08/08/2016) [-]
He doesn't hold the hammer in a way that it would make sense during the charge, so it'd require a new animation, which is more work than just mapping a new skin.
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#17 - kiedekka (08/08/2016) [-]
he could just leap then. He's a buff dude. let's just pretend he's lunging. besides, it's a weird idea to begin with. You're almost as touchy about a rocket propelled geezer as a feminist is about sandwiches.
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#18 - schneidend (08/08/2016) [-]
Eh, it'd be a bit of a weird animation for him to jump straight forward.

I'm not being touchy so much as pointing out the difficulties and flaws with it, explaining why it probably didn't get added.

I'm all for more skins, but I also understand that developers don't have infinite time or money to make things happen.
#54 - anon (08/08/2016) [-]
Godzilla drop kick.gif
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#8 - jimmiez (08/07/2016) [-]
Just strap the rocket booster to his back.
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