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PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 5:46 pm
by piltogg
nope, long-time forum members do not die. And if they do, they need only wait in a vat of restorative fluids (Akkadian pat. no. 5) to be returned to life, completely zombie-like-side-effect free.

PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 5:54 pm
by RedShirt
nope, bloodwariors have no spot until I get to a slaughter based scenario, probably Blitzen's. (she is going to be hidden within a large crowd, to buy time)



But will Brik-hed come in?

PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:44 pm
by Cpl. Halan
piltogg wrote:nope, lond-time forum members do not die. And if they do, they need only wait in a vat of restorative fluids (Akkadian pat. no. 5) to be returned to life, completely zombie-like-side-effect free.

I'm a long time forum member?

PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 6:47 pm
by Robot Monkey
piltogg wrote:nope, long-time forum members do not die. And if they do, they need only wait in a vat of restorative fluids (Akkadian pat. no. 5) to be returned to life, completely zombie-like-side-effect free.

crap.... be careful with the man in the top hat....

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 6:28 pm
by piltogg
Cpl. Halan wrote:
piltogg wrote:nope, lond-time forum members do not die. And if they do, they need only wait in a vat of restorative fluids (Akkadian pat. no. 5) to be returned to life, completely zombie-like-side-effect free.

I'm a long time forum member?


enough that I remember your name.
noobs in 2.5 = brikhead and man in the top-hat.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 6:37 pm
by Ross_Varn
Oooh, this is gonna be edgy... but put Admiral Ross Varn down for a spot. Preferable with a BFG [y'know, the combo OTC/missile launcher/plasma lazer/shield thing] since he doesn't have an artifact, possibly backing Piltogg up since he crashed in the wastes of whatever world you're attacking now Doable?

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 6:45 pm
by RedShirt
piltogg wrote:
Cpl. Halan wrote:
piltogg wrote:nope, lond-time forum members do not die. And if they do, they need only wait in a vat of restorative fluids (Akkadian pat. no. 5) to be returned to life, completely zombie-like-side-effect free.

I'm a long time forum member?


enough that I remember your name.
noobs in 2.5 = brikhead and man in the top-hat.


Yay! I've been upgraded from uber-noob to regular noob!

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:15 pm
by RedShirt
Robot Monkey wrote:
Cpl. Halan wrote:Yo, You guys do know that if piltogg gets the stupendous featinator, he will be invincible.  Piltogg gets + a lot to all rolls, including heroic feat rolls, and with the stupendous featinator, he will get infinite feats.
   :byzero:  possibly a brik-headed scientist and a man with a top hat can stop him!


Yeah... I'm sure. At least my invincible head will be at least some help.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 7:54 pm
by Natalya
The mighty Head Separator isn't the only thing I have.  One of Major Natalya's subordinate heroes, Regulus, carries a .44 Magnum (The most powerful handgun in the world) and there's also the matter of her pet Daemonic Ice Dragon from Krysto whose existence has only been mentioned once before.

Also, here's a picture of the Head Separator in one of its glorious battles:

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A mere flick of the wrist will take a minifig's head straight off.  It may look plain and ordinary, but don't let its looks trick you; its' power is insane.  This circular saw has seen the decapatory death of untold thousands of minifigs.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:07 pm
by piltogg
Ross_Varn wrote:Oooh, this is gonna be edgy... but put Admiral Ross Varn down for a spot. Preferable with a BFG [y'know, the combo OTC/missile launcher/plasma lazer/shield thing] since he doesn't have an artifact, possibly backing Piltogg up since he crashed in the wastes of whatever world you're attacking now Doable?


absolutely.

@natalya, I would have preferred a slightly less common representation, but I guess that works. (I had envisioned involving a dreadnought with a brick-separator.) but it's up to you of course, especially if you decide to do the report yourself. (which I hope at least somebody does, as otherwise I feel like this whole thing has very little validity as a historical account, if I was the only one who had any say in what happened.)

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:38 pm
by Robot Monkey
RedShirt wrote:
Robot Monkey wrote:
Cpl. Halan wrote:Yo, You guys do know that if piltogg gets the stupendous featinator, he will be invincible.  Piltogg gets + a lot to all rolls, including heroic feat rolls, and with the stupendous featinator, he will get infinite feats.
   :byzero:  possibly a brik-headed scientist and a man with a top hat can stop him!


Yeah... I'm sure. At least my invincible head will be at least some help.
*facepalm* sorry, but the only invincible character here is hardsuit piltogg. even the man in the top hat can be killed. (it's just really hard to do that  :wink: )

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:53 pm
by piltogg
very well then... here is a picture of the waiting list of characters to be in the next two sections. just because I enjoy making teaser pictures until I have time to do the real work.  
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Also Piltogg is not invincible, as in the last battle, there were two things which had the potential to kill him. I just used tactics to evade those two things. But that will get quite a bit harder once there are like 10 things that are capable of killing him.

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:04 pm
by Ross_Varn
I assume that's me on the right- orange pants, dead giveaway. If it is, could you switch out the head for someone who's eye's don't look so... closeset?

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:23 pm
by Cpl. Halan
I'm the dude on the far right?  If so, a minigun doesn't really fit, Gould does assault rifles, not heavy weapons

PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:23 pm
by piltogg
ok.

Cpl. Halan wrote:I'm the dude on the far right?  If so, a minigun doesn't really fit, Gould does assault rifles, not heavy weapons


Oh, it's a rifle, just with multiple barrels. (I wanted to make it a little bit different from standard, and this was the best way I found w/o part mutilation.