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  1. Remember she's preggers. I don't think she'd go around on the battlefield as a spawn-host.
  2. yellow jacket n. Any of several small wasps of the family Vespidae that have yellow and black markings and usually nest in the ground. Here's a pic:
  3. Congratulations! Snagging deals is awesome. At my local store, I've gotten 40 GW saurus (5th ed plastic), and five metal skink cavalry models (5th ed Tichi Huichi's Raiders) for $50 together. That's around $130 retail for what I got. I also got five metal space marines (Usually around $5 each now because they're 2nd ed style), and a plastic space hulk terminator librarian for $1 each. The world is your garage sale, you just have to know where to look.
  4. PETA is the only reason yellow jackets are still around. Possibly how they breed so quickly, too.
  5. Anyone who payed attention to episodes four and six.
  6. Sure is. He's been taken out of his package, washed to remove the mould release, and cleaned up.
  7. I swear on my dying breath, I am never going in my room again. EVER. EVER. NEVER AGAIN.
  8. Are those eight-pointed stars of Chaos on those CAV's?
  9. Durthu and his woodland host of Dryads.
  10. Oh, fine. Since you asked so nicely. Buttshot!
  11. Here's my newly painted Durthu the Treeman. 250pts well spent.
  12. That's odd then. The actual site (www.starwars.com) records him as having used his jetpack to blast his way out of the Sarlacc. He could not have died, or else there would have been no reason for Lucas to think up the Slave II that Fett buys after his recovery.
  13. If you're referring to Boba Fett, then that's incorrect. He didn't die in the Sarlacc. Go read "Tales from the Bounty Hunters" or "The Mandalorian Armour".
  14. Personally, I wouldn't really want my child seeing EP3 at age ten. It's a tragic film, not the usual "hero triumphs over all odds" film. There's a reason Luke, Yoda, and Obi-Wan were the last of the Jedi. Kids are all different as to what they can handle so you can make your own descisions - BUT... It includes the deaths of "younglings" (kids). While most of the deaths aren't shown, one of them is killed on-screen (or they cut away quickly, but you know what happens). There's a reason Vader wears that suit. You get to see why. Graphically. There's no quick cut-away either. Probably best to give it a once over before letting your kiddies watch. Well, the graphic portrayal of the Younglings massacre, and the reason behind the Vader suit are important, but I was more thinking about how a bunch of the childrens' heroes are slaughtered in the movie. Mace Windu dies, Padme dies (not a Jedi, but ok), Ki-Adi-Mundi dies, in fact, only Yoda and Obi-Wan are the remaining Jedi after the genocide. Not even a single youngling is spared.
  15. Personally, I wouldn't really want my child seeing EP3 at age ten. It's a tragic film, not the usual "hero triumphs over all odds" film. There's a reason Luke, Yoda, and Obi-Wan were the last of the Jedi.
  16. You can decrease the shaking even further if you rest your forearms against a table, with your elbows on your legs.
  17. I second that. The original trilogy was a blast.
  18. I hope you're not too dissapointed. I'm not saying a word why though.
  19. But we learned that way the heck back in Episode Six. @twjolsen: By cheering for the battle droids and Jedi at the same time, you realize you're rooting for opposite sides? The Trade Federation is in league with the Geonosians and the fledgling Empire...
  20. Tar would make them faceplant into the launching ramp; it's definately oil on the ramps to help them launch better.
  21. Games Workshop. That's right folks, I said it, and I'm not apologizing.
  22. It was okay, but it was a complete ripoff of Carey Grant.
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