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by Wildbear
Feb 26 2007, 18:46
Forum: Screenshots
Topic: Cyber Stratège, Heroes and CH
Replies: 12
Views: 3029

Cyber Stratège, Heroes and CH

It doesn't matter, CH's a big ite, even without an S :)
by Wildbear
Feb 17 2007, 23:19
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Alone in the universe?
Replies: 108
Views: 15617

Grumpy Old Wizard wrote:And there is no scripture that says that God was not doing the same thing on another planet at the same time either.

Right, he probably forgot to mention it when he dictated the books because he was too busy.
by Wildbear
Feb 16 2007, 22:07
Forum: News
Topic: FedEx and the Dark Messiah Computer
Replies: 22
Views: 4782

FedEx and the DM Computer

Ok, it's been delivered using a combine harvester, so what? Believe me, it's better that way than with catapults.
by Wildbear
Feb 16 2007, 16:02
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Alone in the universe?
Replies: 108
Views: 15617

If my point would invole something like a conscious decision (which it doesn't) your argument would implicate a conscious decision as well, saying, hell, while we do have some creatures that have survived a couple hundred million years we must make sure that the world isn't dying and further experi...
by Wildbear
Feb 15 2007, 6:49
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Alone in the universe?
Replies: 108
Views: 15617

Well it really depends on how you look at things. If you believe that the universe has no end, then beyond a doubt there is other life forms out there somewhere. That's an interesting point. Considering fast enough space travels would be possible and the universe is infinite and so is the amount of...
by Wildbear
Feb 15 2007, 4:29
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Alone in the universe?
Replies: 108
Views: 15617

There are several weaknesses in the postulates of that paradox. The first one is about the amount of potential living systems in our galaxy. It is not countless. Not countless and probably very low, it's even written but it looks like they mostly ignore it. Extinction rate and lifespan of the race, ...
by Wildbear
Feb 14 2007, 21:15
Forum: Campfire
Topic: The Photo Thread
Replies: 3005
Views: 238883

Panda Tar wrote:Juliana likes fancy places. If it's fancy, she'll go there. But I think she rather prefers going to France, Denmark or something like that.

France isn't fancy, but if she really wants to believe it, she's welcome :x
by Wildbear
Feb 11 2007, 16:44
Forum: Campfire
Topic: Random thoughts
Replies: 9256
Views: 565917

:up: Look! The spammers are back!
by Wildbear
Feb 10 2007, 19:22
Forum: News
Topic: Map Contest Results
Replies: 21
Views: 4971

Map Contest Results

@Pitsu:
What Vel wrote.
A seal of approval is a mark of respect and recognition for any mapma... *runs away from Kalah*

Edit: Oh yeah, congrats to the winners!
Edited on Sat, Feb 10 2007, 12:23 by Wildbear
by Wildbear
Feb 10 2007, 2:32
Forum: News
Topic: Map Contest Results
Replies: 21
Views: 4971

Map Contest Results

And they won't even get a "CH seal of approval"!? Ubi is more generous...
by Wildbear
Feb 6 2007, 0:12
Forum: News
Topic: Round Table Down
Replies: 167
Views: 20938

Round Table Temporarily Down

"are any of them even married? ;-)"

No, the ones who somehow manage to get some kind of life usually disappear within a week.
by Wildbear
Feb 5 2007, 15:57
Forum: Articles
Topic: Spin the Skill Wheel
Replies: 363
Views: 78828

Skill Wheel

So? I did it before, long ago :p http://www.celestialheavens.com/112 What I'd like to know is if all the ways to turn a creature into an undead creature give the same result in H5. It's a very good change, but I hope it's consistent. I also believe it would be much more interesting without all those...
by Wildbear
Feb 5 2007, 5:41
Forum: Articles
Topic: Spin the Skill Wheel
Replies: 363
Views: 78828

Skill Wheel

Looks like necromancy gets closer to what it should be, that's a very good change. Does "Herald of Death" reflect those changes ?
by Wildbear
Jan 20 2007, 3:33
Forum: Campfire
Topic: What's your favorite/most used Smily? (Not a Poll!)
Replies: 19
Views: 3905

I hate smileys :vomit:

Excepted this one: :butterfly:
by Wildbear
Jan 18 2007, 0:39
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: Mummy Evolution
Replies: 100
Views: 27693

Pointless nitpicking, more neutral from a cultural stereotype standpoint and less stereotypical means the same. Now about those pics, first they aren't stereotypes of Egyptian mummies, second the have little to nothing to do with the H4 mummy, and third I said that what made me dislike H3 and H5 mum...
by Wildbear
Jan 17 2007, 23:05
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: Mummy Evolution
Replies: 100
Views: 27693

You wrote it yourself, stereotypical and authentic are two different things. You're the one looking for authenticity, when I'm only telling the stereotype annoys me. Therefore there is no point looking for a real cobra staff because the one shown here is a staff made to look Egyptian, not to be Egyp...
by Wildbear
Jan 17 2007, 2:21
Forum: Campfire
Topic: HAPPY BIRTHDAY VELDRYNUS!!!
Replies: 74
Views: 9641

Now he's gonna be depressed, poor Vel. :lol:

How did you think of tormenting him with boobs on his birthday? :applause:
by Wildbear
Jan 17 2007, 2:13
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: Mummy Evolution
Replies: 100
Views: 27693

It may be symbolic, but what you've shown is still a statue of a cobra, and not a statue of a cobra-shaped staff.

And the fact that cobras could appear in other jewelries wouldn't make it less stereotypic here.
by Wildbear
Jan 16 2007, 23:17
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: Mummy Evolution
Replies: 100
Views: 27693

It's meant to be a real cobra, not a staff. At the bottom of this pic, you'll see that same Indian demon, with his scimitar in one hand and the cobra rolled around his arm. http://img407.imageshack.us/img407/553/durgapf43lmo1.th.jpg So, no Indian serpent staff means you lost?
by Wildbear
Jan 14 2007, 22:27
Forum: Heroes I-IV
Topic: Mummy Evolution
Replies: 100
Views: 27693

Clothes here are a visual expression of that culture. White linen strips may be related to the Egyptian culture, but here nothing says they're made of linen, and since they're more rags than strips they do not fit to the Egyptian description on that point either. Like it or not, but bandages you'll ...

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