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Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Etc. / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: November 03, 2014, 05:21:51 PM »
Spoiler for Hidden Content:
I thought this episode was great; yes it may have been filler but they pulled it off in a good way. I still felt as tense as ever in certain scenes, specifically when Beth is in the office and when Noah is climbing down (I was so sure he was gonna be caught!). Then when Carol rolls in on a bed at the end, it leaves so much food for thought! I'm still speculating about it 20 minutes after the episode.

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Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Etc. / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: October 30, 2014, 05:15:20 AM »
Quote from: Silver on Today at 03:10:27 PM<blockquote>The UK doesn't show a preview, so please keep it in a spoiler if you want to talk about it :3
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The whole internet is a spoiler.. don't go on Walking Dead discussion threads if you don't want spoilers...

I know, and I could just search it on YouTube if I wanted to, but I also sort of like not knowing what's coming next episode. Even if I did see something that ruined it, it wouldn't matter that much anyway if everybody else already knows it.

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Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Etc. / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: October 29, 2014, 03:10:27 PM »
The UK doesn't show a preview, so please keep it in a spoiler if you want to talk about it :3

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Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Etc. / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: October 29, 2014, 07:11:06 AM »
Spoiler for Hidden Content:
However I did feel like Terminus ended a bit too quickly. I know the trailer was meant to mislead but I was hoping the Terminus chase would go on a little longer than this.

I really loved Rick keeping his promise with the red handled machete though, I got so excited when I saw it!

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Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Etc. / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: October 27, 2014, 06:23:10 PM »
Just watched it! My thoughts:

Spoiler for Hidden Content:
I too was expecting a worse secret from Gabriel.

I can't help but feel bad for Terminus due to their back story, yet it feels so good to see them die!

Who's in the bush?! I think it's Beth and the next episodes will be focused on her, leading up to the bush scene.

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Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Etc. / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: October 27, 2014, 06:56:15 AM »
Not reading that spoiler, I've yet to watch it because the UK get it the night after!

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Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Etc. / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: October 25, 2014, 06:39:27 AM »
Robert Kirkman recently tweeted that Rick is NOT still in the coma as it was a popular fan theory that he wanted to clear up.

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Ideas / Re: Adaptive weapon/weapons?
« on: October 24, 2014, 02:50:01 PM »
It seems OP. Just by using a weapon how it's supposed to be used, you can become more powerful than you could if you spent all that effort working for a battle axe.

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Your Art / The Tracker Tuskhog - a short story by Silver
« on: October 24, 2014, 02:18:22 PM »
Hi! I felt like writing a short story based in the world I've been creating in my spare time, and thought you guys might enjoy it. A bit of background:
Spoiler for Hidden Content:
The main character in this short story is a creature from another continent, and the continent he has recently arrived at has only just been discovered. Therefore all he is experiencing is new to him.

A Tracker Tuskhog is a massive beast reminiscent of a hog. It has two long tusks that it uses to kill it's prey and it's main form of attack is to charge at the prey and grab it with it's tusks. It is different from other Tuskhogs in that it searches for it's prey using it's accurate sense of smell, instead of sight.

Please tell me what you think in the comments. Enjoy!

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I sat in the tree, waiting; she’d be here soon. This whole place seemed alien, from the people to the plants. No, it definitely didn’t feel like home, like the thickly forested lands I was used to. I’d come to a town not long before, meeting some strange people. They were totally different from us; they didn’t even have claws! I heard a roar not too far away; she was here.

I’d never seen a Tracker Tuskhog myself, but I’d definitely heard of them. They were well known for the destruction they left in their path, which I could hear drawing nearer; trees snapping like branches, giving way to something much larger, and much stronger than them. Then it stopped. I looked up… and then I saw it. What a beauty she was! She was larger than 10 times my size, with curvy tusks long and sharp enough to impale 5 of my kind. She was glaring at me with fire in her eyes; I was her prey. She gave out another deafening roar and began to charge at me with all her might; but I was too quick for her! I leapt out of my tree and to another, grabbing a branch and hanging. She crashed into the tree I was in, sending it flying. Good thing I knew how to hunt this thing, or she would’ve gotten me faster than you can say “Tuskhog”. She gave a mighty roar, this one of pain rather than triumph. She would recover quickly, however; this was one thing those strange tall men in town warned me of, so I had to work fast. I swung myself into the air, landing on the Tuskhog’s furry grey back, and extended my claws.

I began to claw away at her thick fur, but it proved difficult due to how knotted it was; eventually progress began to show.  Just as I was finishing up I was thrown high into the air by the Tuskhog, getting up. She turned to face me, and get this: she jumped! She didn’t jump very high, but considering her massive size and weight it amazed me. She almost got me too, only just missing me. I felt like I was flying, but it didn’t last for long; the ground soon rushed back to me. My whole body ached, but I got up. I’d had worse.

I looked up and gave a little yelp; she was coming right for me! I rolled sideways and only just dodged one of her enormous hooves. This time she didn’t crash, instead she slowed herself and turned, coming right back again. I looked up and, lucky for me, there was a branch. I leapt upwards and grabbed the branch, swinging myself up onto it. My first plan hadn’t worked, so now I had to switch to another, slightly more dangerous method mentioned by the men. I focused; I had to do it at exactly the right time. She drew closer and closer… and then I left the branch, aiming for her back. I made it and clung onto the fur. She stopped and roared, beginning to throw herself around in an attempt to throw me away like before. But I was ready this time, prepared for it. I carefully climbed her back to where I’d clawed at her fur before, by her neck, but she knew what I was doing. She gave an extra powerful kick and sent me flying. I landed in a tree and quickly righted myself. I began to prepare myself for another jump but then I saw it; she was turning away, fleeing. I sighed and dropped to the ground; days of tracking, for nothing. I turned and began to walk back to town, empty handed.

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Movies, TV, Music, Sports, Etc. / Re: The Walking Dead
« on: October 12, 2014, 10:01:18 AM »
Damn, us brits have to wait another day...

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