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16  General Discussion / Game Discussion / Re: Video game moments that scared you on: October 07, 2010, 04:16:16 pm
GT TOP TEN SCARIEST GAMES OF ALL TIME (Pre Bioshock, and Dead Space)
You can watch the video (which is very informative and awesome) here : http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=gt+countdown+top+10+scariest+games&aq=0

10:Clocktower
9:System Shock 2
8:Eternal Darkness
7:Darkseed
6:Doom 3
5:The Suffering
4:Alien vs Predator
3:Resident Evil
2:Fatal Frame 2
1:Silent Hill
17  General Discussion / Movies/TV Discussion / Re: High school of the dead on: October 06, 2010, 11:28:26 pm
The site doesn't play the video or something. All it is is advertisements now. Is there anywhere else I can watch this?
18  General Discussion / Game Discussion / Re: Video game moments that scared you on: October 04, 2010, 12:31:27 pm
All of Dead Space.


All of it.

This

A 100 times over this.

I'm gonna post a list or the video of the top 10 scariest moments in video games, butit was created a year or two before deadspace came out. I still consider it highly accurate.
19  Art Discussion / Writing / Re: Does this scene seem forced? on: August 01, 2010, 07:06:53 pm
Well, it doesn't sound like an argument at all, it sounds more like an aggression. Tyler sounds like he enjoys fucking with Baaz for reasons that are so trivial that there's no way Baaz can avoid "causing" them. If you want Tyler to sound like an asshole who likes to intimidate victims for kicks, then that scene sounds about right.

That's exactly what I was going for. Also, I broke up everything inna rush job just so it wouldn't be one giant mass of text to read. But I'll definitely keep that in mind. Thanks for the input!
20  Art Discussion / Writing / Re: Lavender on: July 31, 2010, 09:36:38 pm
*claps* awesome possom
21  Art Discussion / Writing / Does this scene seem forced? on: July 31, 2010, 09:31:11 pm
A friend I go to for writing help told me that this argument scene between two people seems way too forced. I'd like a second opinion so any input is appreciated. =)

“You know what? Fuck you ” Cassie heard a loud male voice echo through the corridor as she approached the stations conference room. As the heavy southern accent rang in her ears a strong feeling of apprehension washed over her. She knew exactly who the voice belonged to and with every step closer she felt her headache triple in intensity. She decided to add “easily angered” to her mental list of reasons she couldn’t stand Tyler. Cassie couldn’t remember how many reasons there were. She had lost count somewhere, but was almost sure this one had to be in the thirties. “Dude, calm down ” Another voice rang in her ear, yelling it defense. It was younger, softer, but little to appease her already throbbing head. She rolled her blue eyes back, turned the corner and followed Donnie into the room.

The room was circular and much larger then the one she was forced to work in. Already Cassie felt more comfortable and less cramped as she took a few steps inside. Covering half the walls were giant windows panes that seemed to open a direct portal into the stars. Beneath the windows laid a multitude of consoles controlling various arrays of the stations functions. All of which had numerous blinking lights and flickering screen displays with all sorts of system readouts. To her left was another corridor leading to another section of the station. Towards the middle of the room was a surgically white round table taking up most of the walking space. Surrounding it were 6 white chairs, all bolted down and immovable. Then she saw him. Standing there, next to the table in his fit of acentric rage was Tyler.

He was tall, muscular, and wore a green flight suit that had been unzipped which dangled around his waist. His hair was cut short, his square jaw well shaven, bearing a snarl in anger. In essence he looked very much like a stereotypical soldier that she’d see on recruiting commercials. She then added “walking cliche” to her mental list. He was standing next to a circular table in the middle of the room. One fist clenched at his side, the other pointing across the table like a dagger. Across the table, sitting in the cross-hair of Tyler’s piercing finger was Baaz. He sat there wearing a black flight suit along with an expression of distress. He looked unsure of what Tyler was possibly capable of in his fit rage. He had dark skin, with curly black hair and big brown eyes that beamed along with his nervous white grin. Baaz was younger then the rest of the crew and Cassie sometimes found it hard to believe that he was in his mid twenties. Despite that fact that he was a genius computer technician, there was something about his immaturity and youth that made him look far younger in her eyes.

“No, fuck you ” Tyler had started yelling again. “Dude, all I’m saying is that if you drink too much orange juice, boom, cancer. If you don’t drink enough orange juice, boom, cancer.” “Shut up  I’m sick of your bullshit conspiracies and how you ruin everything ” Tyler then closed the distance between the two by half and began to count on his fingers. “You ruined hot dogs, beer, swimming in pools, days that end in Y, masturbating more then four times a day, *Need more here*, for me. All I have left now is pussy ” “Dude, I...” Baaz was cut short when Tyler suddenly jumped up onto the table in front of him. He pulled out an enormous hunting knife and aimed it straight at Baaz’s throat. “And if you take pussy away from a man, there’s no telling what he might do. He might start to lash out in crazy ways, yaknow? After awhile, all that repressed sexual frustration starts to boil up. Not knowing how to get rid of it, he’ll start to become agressive...” Tyler grinned. “...and violent. Because the only kind of release he gets anymore, is when he feels the blade sink into your flesh.” Tyler cocked his head. “So what’s it gonna be kid?

Tyler paused for dramatic effect as he moved the knife closer to Baaz’s neck. “Now, either you tell me about how much you love pussy right now or I cut you up and use your blood for lubrication.” Baaz nervously looked towards Cassie and Donnie for help. “Donnie...” He said, his voice wavering hoping for any kind of response. Cassie looked at Donnie as he stared at the two for a moment. Taken aback he could only say the first thing that popped into his head. “That’s a big knife” he said outloud, emotionless. Not exactly sure how to react in the moment. Tyler beamed. He sat upright and turned towards Donnie holding up his knife. “Its my granddaddy’s.” He said twisting it in the light. “With this he killed seven Germans, three Koreans, and a Canadian for diversity. And now maybe an Indian if he doesn't learn to shut his fucking mouth!” Tyler turned back to Baaz............................................................. *more coming soon*
22  General Discussion / Zombie Stuff / Re: Your zombie survival plan on: July 19, 2010, 12:13:52 pm
About this, there`s a remis (Don`t know if that`s a word in english, in spanish is kinda like a cab, you call a car with a driver that gets you from point A to B) place next to my building, the receptionist was just drinking coffee at around 7 AM on a sunday and a drunkard entered the place pushing the door and shambling a little, then threw himself on top of her and bite her shoulder repeatedly, until he was scared away by a neighbor with his dog...First thing I though was "a zombie?=P", but what if he actually was? she would`ve turned, and if she bitted someone else we would have though it was a cause of the stress (she actually had to undergo  psichologycal therapy) 

Yeah, its a cab or limo service. Cabs for normal people, Limos for rich people. But reguardless, that's a pretty crazy story.
23  General Discussion / General Discussion / Re: Funny Image Thread Lives Again!!! on: July 15, 2010, 06:06:30 pm
I figured I contribute to the dorkiness contest with a pic of one of my tattoos

FF7 <3



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24  Art Discussion / Writing / Need writing help 1 on: June 17, 2010, 11:17:32 am
Ok, so I could really use some writing help/ideas for a specific scene in my novel. One character always tends to ruin things another character enjoys with whatever BS conspiracies he's found on the internet. So what things did you used to enjoy before someone's fun fact ruined it for you? Like the hot dogs (with what they're made of), mountain dew (because it rots your teeth), shampoo ( because it leads to memory loss), peeing in a lake (because of parasites or whatever), beer (because someone told you it leads to herpes?), just anything of the sort.

Also another question. Is it better to have:
girl meets boy, girl and boy almost kiss but get interrupted, boy then gets ripped away for half the story dramatically, girl and boy reunite and have their kiss.
or
girl meets boy, girl and boy have their kiss, boy then gets ripped away dramatically for half the story, girl and boy reunite and have another kiss.

let me know whatcha think, criticism is gladly welcome as long as trolls don't eat me.
25  General Discussion / Zombie Stuff / Re: Your zombie survival plan on: May 03, 2010, 01:40:15 pm
Every saturday I visit a friend of mine who works at a citgo, and we have this conversation. We talk about our different methods and what'd we do, but ultimately we don't have a percise plan. I think its because we have no idea who we'd manage to bring along safely. I can't imagine how insanely difficult it would be to make like 7 or eight stops to pick up people who may or not be able to contribute and ultimately just slow you down. I think its best to just take the people who can make the cut along with whoever's lucky enough to be home or near when you call.

I've seen alot of posts from people who live in very rural areas, which is lucky for them in the multiple ways they've always stated. For someone like me who lives in Chicago, this is waaay harder. More people, more chaos, and we already have TERRIBLE freaking traffic on any given day of the week.

Best thing I me and my friend could come with starts with raiding his citgo of the tow truck and supplies. Then grabbing whoever makes the luck of the draw and is within our "rescue" range which would probably be people who live within a half an hour. Then we'd make our way downtown (probably the most dangerous thing to do), to the docks and hopefully steal some sort of large boat that could support X ammount of people. Then we'd of course be stuck in lake mischigan, which would be safe from zombies, but not other people. We'd then have to find someway out of the giant pond or just head northward to canada where people are less congested and hopefully find some sort of safehaven.

Anyone got an idea as to some sort of continuence to my plan? (sorry for spelling and grammer, I know its really bad)
26  General Discussion / Zombie Stuff / Re: Your zombie survival plan on: April 24, 2010, 02:04:52 am
Yeah sorry, for some reason I didn't see this thread at the top. I never notice the stickied threads. Sorry for the double post.
27  General Discussion / Zombie Stuff / Gameplan - Where do you go? on: April 23, 2010, 09:42:08 am
ZA has just happened outside your window whether you're at school, work, wherever its there. Its still in the early stages, but you know that soon chaos will ensue, phones will cease to work, and travel will become almost impossible by car.

What do you do, where do you go, who's worth picking up along the way. We'd all love it if we could bring all of our friends and family, but chances are they're spread out, and you can't reach them all in time (plus some will slow you down).

My best idea was to head somewhere north surrounded by water, like some island off of maine. Would love to hear any and all responces.
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