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*mechanical breath* The force is with you.
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28 Nov 2003
*the arena is an abandoned, destroyed. castle, sitting atop a small hillock. The sky is a stormy, angry gray, and the wind is gusting. there are pillars holding up a small shelter above the fighters, besides that, it is open to the elements*
*William Wallace unbuckles his shield and taps it, blowing off dust. He hefts it, and places it upon the ground. he reaces for a long bundle, and opens it. inside is his claymore. A long, sharp blade, wide as man's hand, with a icy, winterkeen tip, sharp as a pin. He buckles on his shield to his left arm and firmly grasps the jewelled hilt of his sword.*
I am waiting, Erik.
20 Nov 2003
...but you are not a jedi yet.
Abilities : William Wallace has complete control over Life magik, Kinetic magik, Weather magik, and Creature Magik. He can summon creatures to fight at his side. His amulet decreases an enemy's hit by 2. He can utter a War Cry that deafens and stuns the opponent.
Health : /1500
Resistances : He has unusually high resistance to mind magik and can easily wriggle out of a mind spell or voice spell. He is very resistant to Cold Spells, Electricity spells and Fire spells.
Discipline : Highland Claidhm More style. Consists of strong, fast blows and chops with the claymore.
Bash: Shield Hit. Stuns opponent plus damage.
Mighty Blow: Ability to strike the enemy with a fist, stunning them.
Mighty Slash: Abilty to deal double damage of a regular sword slash
War Cry: temporarily stuns and unbalances opponent.
Kick: Damages the feet of an opponent, unblancing him.
Parry: Allows the user to absorb half damage.
Holy Power: Causes the caster to mover two times faster and adds a doubler to his attack.
Hurricane: Causes a severe storm to blow over the battlefield, damaging the opponent and causing half damage to caster.
Thunder of Arthur: Causes a lightning bolt to strike the opponent.
Scotland Snow: Ray of cold, temporarily freezing opponent.
Life Drain: Intense magikal blast that emanates from caster, dealing damage to opponent.
Soul Steal: Drains HP from opponent and transfers it to caster.
Orb of Merlin: Encases Caster in a magical orb-shaped shield, protecting the caster from damage, but blocking him from the opponent.
Arthur's Touch: heals the caster.
Telekinesis: allows Caster to move things with his mind.
Holy Smite: Smites an evil opponent with holy power. Can only be used ONCE
Mind resist: Ability to resist a mind attack.
*William Wallace is standing in a large, open to air stone room with cieling held up by columns. Daylight is flooding in from the spaces betwixt the columns, and it is rather chilly. A view of mountains can be seen from inside. He unsheathes his long claymore and holds it up in a guardian position*
William Wallace: May the force be with us.
*Wallace strides to one side of the room and waits*
17 Nov 2003
YOu got yer cigs, I got me alcohol. Go ahead, say it's bad for yer liver, see who gives a crap. I don't mind it. So many people seem to disagree on this too this will be a good debate. Have at it.
17 Nov 2003
So I make this wonderful car model in lego, it's 2' long and 1' wide, and then I left it somewhere and go to sleep, next moring, the bleedin' car is gone. F*cksocks. I hunted for it hurriedly, but then I had to leave for a social gathering. Now I'm back, and I still don't have the buggering car. Sucky legos. Why must they always get lost? NYARGH!
12 Nov 2003
Official Petition to put the Original trilogy of Star Wars on DVD.
Sign it at The Original trilogy Petition
Dear Mr. Lucas:
In recent public comments, you have stated that the original versions of the classic Star Wars Trilogy would not be released to DVD at any time in the future. This letter is an open plea on behalf of your devoted fans for you to reconsider your position regarding the release of your wonderful films.
In the August 2002 edition of Star Wars Insider Magazine, you are quoted as saying, "I think of the film as The Special Edition. I don't think of it as the early version, any more than I would put early rough cuts on. I could put four or five rough cuts onto the thing and say, 'This is how it advanced.' I consider The Special Edition as being the final version at this point. I don't even worry about the other ones, because it went through a lot of incarnations to get to the final stage." You recently reiterated this position in comments made during the American Cinematheque tribute to ILM and Skywalker Sound in Hollywood.
While we appreciate your creative viewpoint on the evolution of the films, we respectfully submit that there is tremendous importance in the original theatrical prints of the Star Wars Trilogy. Above and beyond the nostalgic value that they hold for millions of fans the world over, Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi are landmark films that represent watershed moments in motion picture history. To preserve the original, award-winning work of the many artisans, sound technicians, craftsmen, and special effects artists is to do justice to their priceless contributions.
Undeniably, these movies are also cultural placeholders for millions of film fans. The impact that the original Star Wars Trilogy made on countless numbers of children, young people, and grownups everywhere is indisputable. Preserving the unaltered theatrical release forms of these movies and making them available to your public is of utmost importance.
Those of us who love your movies and even those who are only casual film fans admire your drive to perfect your vision of the Star Wars experience. We know that you constantly push your creative companies to blaze new frontiers of digital filmmaking and that you are also an artist who is never satisfied and strives for perfection. We, the film-going public, benefit from your vision and embrace the ever-growing Star Wars universe.
Furthermore, we understand that you have commercial concerns and that you need to consider the financial viability of any home video product that you release. Perhaps a Limited Edition run of the original films along with a Special Edition release would be in order. This approach would sate niche market demand, while still targeting the general public and no doubt breaking home video sales records. We want it to be known that there is enormous demand for the original theatrical versions of the films. Your devoted fans would more than likely purchase both an Original Trilogy release as well as any Special Edition versions.
An entire generation grew up with these movies and loves them dearly. They have created treasured memories and will always hold a place in our lives. We hope that you take to heart the hopes and wishes of the undersigned as well as the countless others who feel the same.
Thank you for your time.
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