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    It's great. The out-of-order, context free madness fits this topic perfectly.
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    Don't you just love the subtle beauty of chaos? I know I do.
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    Ohhey, looks like the mods condensed all of these threads into a single megathread. Fun! Now all our replies look out of order and out of context lol.
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    Nothing serious, just a couple of doodle-y pictures I did in MS Paint for the sake of humor. Guess I inspired myself with that recent response I left in the chatroom.
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    That laughter sure is infectious.
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    My oh my how silly. Now ain't that somethin'.
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    I have two ideas of the possible games that come as new chapters of Starfox on Switch: 1) Star Fox: The Untold Stories (Action\Shoot 'em up\Role Play): Many of us already know of the Lylat Wars, the main conflict that was narrated on most of the game series (Star Fox, Star Fox 64, Star Fox 64 3DS, Star Fox Zero) but we barely saw all the ferocity of the conflict, so what happened before the start and during the Lylat Wars? This game idea would tell the story of the Lylat Wars with different points of view: one will be as a young cadet of the Cornerian Army just out from training fighting the most big battles of the Lylat Wars like the Defense of Corneria, the battle of Area 3, the Battle of Sector Y, the Defense of Katina, the Siege of Fichina, the Infiltration on Zoness and the Battle of Macbeth. The other campaign is more focused on Andross's Army point of view, or to be more precise, to his rise to power; I'm pretty sure that not all the population of Venom agreed to the plans of the scientist, so the newborn army, including a new grunt of Andross's loyalists, will have to deal first with those separatist and then prepare for war against the Cornerian scum with shadow operations (on the first Star Fox game, Andross launched a full-on assault on the Lylat system, unlike Zero, so it would be interesting what the Venomian Army had encountered during the first part of the conflict). Which side will you choose? That is up to you on this game idea 2) Star Fox: Resistance (Action\Shoot 'em up\Strategy): Corneria and Star Fox have always been a symbol of hope inside the series lore so what will happen if they are both crushed? As a direct sequel of the series (I hope it will finally come!) this game idea will tell us that the unthinkable happened: Corneria and the rest of the Lylat system has been conquered by a new enemy coming from another solar system (to add a reason to really hate this new enemy is the cause of the destruction of Cerinia, Krystal's homeworld) and Star Fox has been defeated by them. With his team shattered and without a home were to return to, Fox must locate his lost teammates, contact old face, forge new alliances and fight to retake back the Lylat system. This game idea takes some elements of Adventures and Assault but also a dark atmosphere like the one of XCOM 2 and Sonic Forces: like on Adventures I want to see more explorable planets or locations on foot (and where our forces shall strike first, so we can forge our own strategy) and like on Assault with a wide choice of armaments and perhaps even new vehicles; this game will also have a place for characters who never had a place on the game like Miyu, Fay and Fara, and for characters who deserve a better role like Amanda and Dash Bowman (he will surely be our contact to form an alliance with the Venom Remnants after helping them to drive out the Anglars and their new allies from Venom). I surely hope so; I would love to see Miyu and Fay to finally have their places on the Star Fox team, as well Fara. Feel free to leave comment!
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    Crossover of Wolf O'Donnell in Doom since I've been playing through some levels with my Wolf mod lately. I would like to have colored this in, except I'm lacking in having the correct colors for coloring Wolf in. I may one day color it in... Bonus blackboard art one morning:
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    Finally got the right markers to color this bad boy in recently:
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    I would very much like to know too.
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    I like this crossover better.
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    Local community/standard colleges may offer art courses that you can take. The internet is also an excellent resource - simply googling tutorials and practicing will take you a long way.
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    I suggest you take some inspiration from Genghis Swan's "The man who forgot how to poop", it's a real philosophical page turner, it touched me in ways not even my English teacher could.
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    I've been working on my web development skills. This is a result of a few hours work. Any feedback is welcome. https://codepen.io/SF-Alba/full/WXwNWg
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    My Birthday was meh, but hey, it'll get better.
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    Starfox vr might very well give me motion sickness. Interesting idea though, I always wanted a cockpit view like that.
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    Ain't the first time someone's imagined Star Fox in VR, I can assure, but yeah! Imagine the asteroid fields of the first Star Fox in VR! It MIGHT be jarring, unless a dev is able to completely configure the game to match at least a 60 FPS pace.
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    Imagine you're given the chance to get Zero's best aspects and put it into a multiplayer experience. What would locales and ships would you incorporate? For playable vehicles I'd include the Arwing and Wolfen, and at the very least try to make a map based on sector alpha(?). Walker mode multiplayer would be interesting if you designed the levels to have clever hiding spots then can also be flushed out and not to easily exploitable.
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    Name: Simeon Yamasaru Age: 17 Race: Monkey (Albino Capuchin hybrid) Origin: Macbeth Colony, Macbeth Home: Corneria City, Corneria Sex: Male Height: 5'3" Weight: Average (Medium) Build: Athletic, Slender Eyes: Central heterochromia (blue eyes with gray inners) with white sclera Hair: Spiked and swervy around the head, body is overall covered in albino fur, hands and feet are fair but there's scars hidden in his fur and tail has a black ring with a grey tip at the end. Accessories: Goggles, Gloves, Crystal Pendant (Purple/Hidden) Family: Hwan Yamasaru (father; location unknown) and Amara Yamasaru (mother; location unknown) Alignment: Chaotic Neutral Affiliation(s): The Underground The Underground is an unaffiliated organization where hiding criminals (juvenile delinquents/adults) of Corneria gather in secret (in person or via hidden connections); it has connections to black markets among other services across the Lylat System. Simeon had became a member in order to be able to gain money for himself and buy illegal parts from the black markets for his personal projects as well as being able to support himself. He is well renowned as a hacker that likes to steal confidential information from Corneria's government as well as cause trouble, but unlike the others, he's known to be one that runs his mouth too much and has ended up in several scraps with previous clients. While not an ideal individual to some, he still manages to get the job done. MBTI Personality Type: ENTP Personality Description: Pros (+): Motivated, confident, street-smart, tech-savvy, intelligent, calm, friendly, adaptable, athletic, can be respectful, energetic, ambitious, adventurous, laid-back, somewhat serious, analytical, detail oriented, can have a good sense of humor, optimist Cons (-): Lonely, can be somewhat distracted, can be a showoff, sarcastic, can be a liar, always seem to be hiding something, short-tempered at times, doesn’t like being treated like a kid, can be immature, mischievous, unpredictable, paranoid, can be lazy, somewhat unfocused, prideful, sassmouth Background: Beginnings For being in Macbeth due to his father's job, tensions were already high between his parents since the mother viewed his father as something of a workaholic, not spending time with his son while she has to change from her recent lifestyle to something more uncomfortable and eventually, divorce followed. At the age of 2, his mother has left him behind with his father who had to have a caretaker to watch over him in due time. Since then, Simeon was very lonely and had nobody there for as he was also an only child, however, his drive to escape loneliness had lead him to several incidents of trouble. One day, that had changed as an unlikely friendship that would eventually be the most important friendship he had in his young life as he met Koko, a youthful Cornerian cat just about his age in a daycare. At first glance, Simeon was a shy child but eventually he opened up and was eventually introduced to the others, only to find out the fact that not everyone was ready for him, but no matter what, his friend remained by his side. At the age of 5, there was no change between Simeon and his father, which often was the leading cause of distance but he was insistent on getting his father's approval somehow. Within the fields of academics, Simeon was behind the rest of the group and struggled with himself as he fell distracted, depressed even, mostly because he missed his mother and had trouble coping. However, he grew to be a more eager and energetic around his best friend and often did things for her around the colony. Despite the situation, Koko knew her friend was in a hard time and out of kindness, she brought him a gift that would be not only something valuable but the beginning of something tragic. The Macbeth Incident It was one day, a terrible incident occurred. The albino fell into the caverns and was trapped down there, laying motionless with several cases of injuries. As in due time, it wasn't long before one of the miners had spotted the child in the distance and came to help him out. It was Koko's father, who made the connection that this was in fact Hwan's son since Koko often spoke of Simeon, and having to rescue the boy, he took the child and reported to dispatch that there was an emergency situation, but as these things were happening, Simeon was in a still state. However, despite of the accident, it was as if something clicked in him: a spark of a new perspective that would end his struggles in overall. As far as anything, what will happen next was nothing short of a miracle.The child was rushed to the medical wing and remained in critical condition during the first few hours, struggling to hang onto the thread of life. The doctors didn't know if he would have a chance surviving but in this battle, memories of his family, his good friend and the others overall started flooding in but they were fogged. He was in a foreign world but there was something else about it. As the hours past by, there was no news of change until one of the doctors exited out of his room in a rush, causing Koko would notice the situation and investigate for herself to visit with her friend to see how he is. Seeing the heavily bandaged Simeon in his bed, she blamed herself for no being there and might had lost him, however when she approached and started crying, Simeon eventually awakened and apologized. While quick to forgive him, Koko's eyes lit up as Simeon kept strong, having recovered from the critical condition he had earlier. Truth was that he never meant to worry his good friend, but after what she did for him, he wanted to give her the best there is even if he risked his life. Just as he visited her before as a small child, his friend visited him on his recovery and did everything they could together. Eventually, after several weeks, he was released from the medical wing but the strange reports were still circulating around bringing the curiosity of his own father to look into the ordeal more closely. Times Had Changed Two years later after the incident on Macbeth, Simeon seemed a bit unsure on what is going on. Strange things were happening as to him being able to do stuff he couldn't before, mostly due to his developing potential. He couldn't seem to understand this and even told his good friend about it as for some reason, objects seemed to move about on their own. His grades seemed to had been rising among his peers and yet, he can't explain it and became a different individual than what he was before. Later down the year, hints of discrimination of Simeon and his father was being directed towards the fact that there were tensions between Venom and Corneria at the time; companies from opposite sides were at each other for competition and those who favored Venom were seen as suspicious. As a result, Simeon’s father was let go and while many assumed it would be discrimination; it was skepticism of shady business were behind the company’s back. Something of importance that would be crucial to his future schemes. Despite the case, it wasn’t long before they were eventually relocated to Corneria to setup at a new home unfortunately having to say goodbye to his friend much to Simeon’s dismay. It was from there, his father took it among himself to raise the child that has been alone for so long. Return to Corneria Simeon's father has enough with being oppressed and following the incident where his son was sent to the medical wing and had been reported with abnormalities, among the fact that the caretaker had noticed something off with the child, it was assumed that Simeon has been gifted. Sure, he wasn't as smart before or anything like that, it was almost like a trigger had gone off to cause these things to happen. He wanted to somehow tap into that potential and his son was the only answer, his only key. In addition, he had home-schooled the child since their return to Corneria and continued on as usual, denying him to be able to go out unless he deems it. Of course, this meant on getting a new job to keep on but to no luck, he was denied and had to keep at it what was as that meant they were living the rough life. Living in a house in the city had its perks but Simeon wasn't used to this as he was in the colony and fortunately for him, he kept the crystal pendant that his good friend gave to him as the last memento of his former life. As he kept to himself, his father had to take the role of looking out for his son, which he did but, it was not without suspicion as whenever anything strange comes up, he wanted to know. Over time with resuming curiosity, he began testing his observations on the child while attempting to get at the bottom of the issue, however as he went further in, his moral grounding became more questionable. Focused on the fact that there is something going on with his child, he became obsessed, turning from a loving father to something he feared. While looking around one day, it wasn't long that Simeon found out information about something unusual due to his father having stolen research that once belonged to the company he worked for. Of course, the in-file blueprints were completely encrypted with ancient language however before the child could find out, he was caught by his father and sent to his room, albeit with harsh consequences. The stolen research, what did it mean? Well, whatever it was, it mean for something life-changing and his father already has pushed the boundaries to make the means of it come to life, not without some unexpected assistance with a third party. Eventually, Simeon was introduced to the strange device which would help him manage his prowess accordingly. Despite of the child's defiance, it was implemented on him forcefully, soon forming a balance to channel the energy from its previously unpredictable state. To The Streets Two years of experimentation left scars, not only physical but mental. The father had became abusive and harsh against his own son but the child's powers had grew steadily. Shock tests among other things triggered his forced usage of his developed powers and should he do good, he was spared for the day but when he failed, there will be consequences. Simeon refused to let himself fall down, in fact, he was afraid of failure and was filled with paranoia but he was capable. Despite of the experiments, Simeon's father realized that Simeon showed promise on the mechanical and technological pursuits but he also wanted the child to learn some life lessons. Life was hard but freedom was what he wanted. Several months later, having escaped his father, Simeon had managed to slip into the streets alone, weak and tired but still determined. He had enough and also managed to have the keepsake of a crystal pendant given to him by his old friend around his neck along with the blue prints of the stolen research on a device he took. Not knowing what to do, he hid himself from the world but as it turns out over time, his beginnings would only lead him into a life of delinquency for the future. Current Day Eight years later, Simeon has grown into the juvenile delinquent as he committed some crimes around the city, run jobs for the Underground and even came into scraps with local gangs if not run-ins with the Corneria Defense Force. He was struggling to live and needed all he can to survive; right now, he lives in hiding among the depths of the inner city and is rumored to live in secrecy. Abilities: Note: Novice (Beginner), Competent (Intermediate), Expert (Experienced) and Master (Mastery). The letter ranking system is put out to indicate how strong/weak Simeon's abilities/powers are in general; same goes for the star system. Powers Telekinesis (Competent: A- / Dex Level: Expert / Strength: Advanced) Note: Since Simeon is an expert in dexterity and has advanced strength, it means he can move limited mass, equal to several people if not up to heavy household appliances as long as he can perceive them. Additional note, he could only affect the immediate area around him in general so it's close-ranged; beware if his powers are used in a fight. Telepathy (Competent: B- / Level: Advanced) Skills Intellectual (Ranks) Hacking (Master: S) Mechanics (Expert: B+) Larceny (Competent: B-) Observation (Competent: A-) Salvaging/Scavenging (Competent: C+) Physical (Ranks) Acrobatics (Expert: B-) Running (Expert: A+) Climbing (Expert: A+) Swimming (Competent: C+) Self Defense (Competent: C+) Fighting (Competent: C+) Life Skills (Ranks) Cooking (Competent: C+) Health (Competent: C+) Money Management (Competent: B+) Spatial Organization (Competent: C-) Overall Status (Ranks) ★★★★★★☆☆☆☆ Strength (6/10) ★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆ Defense (5/10) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ Speed (7/10) ★★★★★★★★☆☆ Intelligence (8/10) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ Accuracy (7/10) ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ Agility (7/10) ★★★★★★★★☆☆ Stamina (8/10) ★★★★★☆☆☆☆☆ Teamwork (5/10) Headcanons Simeon has subtle hints of PTSD and depression due to excessive neglect and abuse from his father as a child. He may loathe him for experimenting on him but can't seem to come full way with his anger. Listening to music has been a pasttime and helps him focus better with his work. Also he likes to play video games, watch anime and read things. He has interest in other subjects despite of mainly being in technological and mechanical fields and is eager to work on new experiences. The ancient technology subgenre seems to have interested him mostly due to memories of his father working on such before. He is a nighttime person and takes enjoyment in stargazing even during his run for the Underground. He wants to explore other places and see new worlds out there to see what possibilities are waiting. As much as he rarely knew of his mother, he had more of an attachment towards her than of his father who he wanted to impress. He is athletic for his age and has adapted to the street life rather well despite of some situations especially in means of dealing with scraps from local gangs and avoiding being captured by Corneria Defense Force. Simeon was a late bloomer in terms of his intelligence, but after the incident, it triggered an unusual phenomenon that somehow clicked on his potential. His father still questions this as there was never an instance known before in the family history. Simeon's own father wanted to turn Simeon into a weapon but before he could, the child had escaped, and despite of the situation, even now, he is rumored to be lurking around or seem to had disappeared in the eight years Simeon has been missing. He does wear his goggles when the time calls for it. In fact, the reason why he wears them on his head is not only to the fact that it makes him look cool but it is modified with several modes for usage. He does whistle in his sparetime; it varies on his mood. If Simeon uses his powers beyond what he could handle, the device within him will send out signals within his body to temporarily restrict the flow of psionic energy. While a minor setback, it is 'supposedly' helping out with development of his prowess though it doesn't stop him from wanting to remove this feature as his father meant to use this to control him. Additionally, it adjusts to the amount of psionic energy that Simeon has developed over the years, prolonging the limit he can take. Simeon had self-taught himself in terms of driving but had some issues with using weapons due to him using his powers instead. Eventually, he was able to pick up on the skill on his own and as a keeper, he has a specialized laser blaster along with him. Author's Notes: If anyone has something to say or suggest, verify me via DM/Discord please. Thank You!
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    You have an amazing eye for detail. I would love to RP with you sometime just to see this character in action
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    The "loop" part of the title makes me think of loup which makes me think of... *Old meme is old.*
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    Seriously guys, you are all awesome!
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    I need to git gud at it. Might take a billion year tho
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    Made it to the second level! Didn't reach the end of it, but still. It is pretty hard, I must say.
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    Yep, all of that thread spamming is obviously Number's work, seem like he did not learn the lesson from the last time.
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    Organ Trail: Directors Cut. The exciting and educational zombie survival game!
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    Hello, and I would like to thank you for making your acquaintance! There has been a little thing on my mind, and I just wanted to put it out there to anyone interested in talking about it. Couple of questions: What drives us to make our characters? What drives our characters themselves? I'm just curious about what drives others and their characters. I reminisce and re-read old RPs involving Amelia and my other characters, and I wonder, "What was I thinking?" Not in a bad way, mind you; I just love my characters, and I am very proud and happy that I can share my imagination with others. The question to myself was meant more literally. What was I thinking at the time to make me come up with my characters, especially Amelia? Back in 2012, The Saurian Adventure was the first RP I had joined in years. Prior to that, I had been out of the game for, what, five years? During my extended absence from the internet land, I had spent some time writing stories about some of my old characters from long ago, just developing them on my own, and keeping my imagination fresh. I didn't occur to me that this would help me on my return to RPing. I say that because when I did return, I came back better than ever, despite my absence from actual role-playing. Didn't know how powerful simply writing on my own was until I had to collaborate with others again. In SA, most everyone had... Um... How should I describe them? Well, how about I start it off like this: they were all unique in their own rights and offered something unique. To point out a few, Ren's character was a psychic/telepathic "soulsmith" and something of a government experiment who was able to create swords and weapons out of psychic or spiritual energy; Russiandog's character was a sniper was a man of few words, who moonlit as a super-religious bible thumper with a strong and silent intensity; Manthony's character was a competent solider while having the maturity and ego of a teen-aged alpha male. These were all unique and fleshed out characters in their own rights. But what they all had in common is that they weren't "normal", and as well, what made them not "normal" were roughly similar reasons: they were combatants, they didn't have to prove themselves to anyone, and that shaped who they were as characters. Those aspects about them made them powerful characters and fitting for the RP. There is absolutely nothing wrong with those characters, and it was fun to collaborate with them in that RP. But, for me, those types of characters are not really my speed. What I mean is that they aren't the type of characters I normally make. Not to say I would never make that kind of character. But because so many of the SA rp had so many similar traits, I wanted to make something of a foil to them all. I didn't want a character where toting a gun was a part of their nature, nor where brute force was their best asset. But I still wanted to make a character that had something to offer to the other RPers and/or the RP itself. So, enter Amelia Cimmaron. I made her a different as she could be. She was college-educated "spoiled warm-blood" (as one character put it) who had as much spunk as she did smarts. She couldn't fight and had to depend on the other characters for physical protection, wasn't the most mature as compared to some of her team mates, and also didn't get along with some of them as a result. But she was intelligent, competent as a scientist, and was strong-headed to where she wouldn't let her team mates walk all over her. That was a very fun rp, and it was great to have our characters work together in spite of their polar-opposite differences. There is also Amber-Lynn Dionne Rose (or simply Amber) who I have yet to get around to making a profile for. Despite that, she is very much as alive as Amelia. When I first brought her into existence, she started off as the token best friend of Amelia in a high school RP that I and the other RPers of Saurian Adventure made to entertain outselves while Rob was too busy to update his RP. I didn't really have a backstory for her then, other than that she is a more cool-headed and earthy than Amelia, despite having similar interests. She would be a voice of reason as well as someone people could go to for advice. Not to say that Amelia is none of these things, but she would be more nurturing, kinder, and more forgiving than Amelia. As time went on my depression often kicked in, and it took me to very dark places in my mind, resulting in my writing going to some dark places. A friend said I started abusing my characters in my writing; such as having Amelia arrested for a DUI when she was actually unmedicated for a couple of serious mental illnesses. I had at that point given my characters their schtick; Amelia battles an internal struggle with mental illnesses, and Amber being a survivor of abuse--both being strong women in their own right. Let me be more clear and concise: I had actually already given Amelia her struggle. It is more or less an expy of my own issues that I deal with. It wasn't set in stone with Amber just yet. Not until a couple of characters had an argument with each other in an RP, where one was trying to one-up the other with their miserable life experiences. Apparently, the characters' respective home planets had been at war, and the squabble was both of them saying to each other, "If it wasn't for your planet, I wouldn't have had a more terrible life than you". Which was kind of stupid to me. Not in a poor rping kind of way, but more that it was just stupid for them to be arguing about who had it worse and demanding precedence over the other , when both of them had been screwed over equally by the same circumstances. So I got to thinking: Why did these characters think their struggle was more important than the other's? That sparked something within me. I had decided what I wanted Amber's backstory to be. I wanted her to have war stories to share, and I wanted it known that one doesn't have to be a warrior, soldier, or mercenary to know what death, destruction, and pain was. One of the first actual things I wrote about Amber was a vignette about her being assaulted and nearly murdered by an acquaintance she dated, then stalked for a year by the same guy. And as a result of that, as well as more situations from her backstory which I am still working on, she decided to dedicate her life to victims and survivors of abuse by being a domestic violence advocate. The whole thing with that was to make a character, an every(wo)man much like I did with Amelia, to show that no matter who the character is or where they come from, there is always suffering, and no one person's misfortune is more important than the next. We all have something to offer, and you never know when you will be the one who needs a helping hand. Anyway, that has been my disclosure on what drives me to develop my characters, and what drives them. Now, I'd like to know: What's the story behind some of your favorite original characters and you creating them? What thought did you put into creating them that you want to share? I'd love to get the discussion popping. Cheers!
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    The premise here is just what the title suggests--Darth Vader talking to himself. His two conflicted halves (Anakin/Vader) discussing this, that, and the other thing. Enjoy! Please Note, these are not in chronological order. ON MUSTAFAR (Vader arrives on Mustafar, hops out of his ship.) ANAKIN: Well, here we are--Pismo Beach and all the clams we can eat. VADER: *What?* A: Sorry, it just seemed appropriate somehow. (Vader tells Artoo to stay with the ship, and heads for the entrance of the facility.) A: First big administrative job for Palpatine, huh? Nervous? V: Not at all. A: Okay, Palps didn't have time to give you more than a crash course in middle-management, so let's make sure you remember everything... V: I am *not* middle-management. A: Sure you are. The guys here are managers of a sort...and Palpatine's the big man...and you're right there in the middle. Now, let's review--why are you here? V: To explain to them that their services will no longer be required. A: Right. But they're not being fired. They're...? (pause) A: Come on... V: *sigh* They're being given the opportunity to re-strategize their employment particulars somewhere else. A: Perfect. You've got the lingo down; before you know it, you'll be complaining about Casual Fridays and trying to bust people for daring to take sick days. V: I am *not* middle management! A: Sure, sure... (Preceded by scurrying mouse droids, Vader enters the commmand center, where the Separatist leaders await him. A Neimoidian speaks up.) NEIMOIDIAN: Welcome, Lord Vader. We've been expecting you. (Vader gestures, and the doors slide closed.) A: Good, good. Set the tone, show them who's in charge....Now just pass out that exit paperwork and--wait, where's the exit paperwork? V: I think I forgot it on the ship. A: Well go get it! How are you supposed to sack these guys without-- V: If I leave now, they'll see it as a sign of weakness. A: So what now? V: Now...I improvise. (Vader starts mowing down the Separatists with his lightsaber, one after another.) A: Hey, wait! Don't--! That guy just--! They only--! (Vader pauses in the slaughter, surveying the scene with Sithly yellow eyes.) A: Oh, man...you really put the "sever" in severance package, don't you? (Finally, only one Neimoidian is left. Vader slays him.) A: You know, I take it back. You're *way* too efficient for middle management. V: Damn straight...
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    If you think that's funny, get a load of this: IN CLOUD CITY: (After his duel with Luke, Vader watches as his son steps gallantly off the platform and plunges down the air shaft, vanishing from view.) ANAKIN: Dude, did you see that? Did you *see* that dive?!!! WOW! That would have gotten him an 8.5 at the Galactic Olympics, easy! VADER: It was courageous, I'll give him that. A: Does the old man proud, doesn't he? V: Indeed. A: Kind of harsh on him, though, weren't you? I mean, you chopped his freakin' hand off. What's THAT all about? V: He needed to be shown his place. He needs to be disciplined, turned from this foolish course he's chosen. A: Man, if you want to discipline him, you smack him across the knuckles with a ruler. You give him a "time-out". You don't CHOP HIS FREAKIN' HAND OFF! V: I have endured far worse. It builds character. A: You know, I don't think you're going to win the "Parent of the Year" award. V: Nonsense. I'm an excellent parent. A: Puh-lease! I mean, you cut off your son's hand, you blow up your daughter's home planet-- V: What?! What daughter? I don't have-- A: Um...forget I said that. V: Besides, when Luke and I have overthrown the Emperor and restored order to the galaxy, I'll make it up to him. A: How? V: I'll...buy him a puppy. A: Cool! Buy him a wiener dog. V: Why? A: Wiener dogs are wizard, man! (Vader clips his lightsaber back onto his belt and storms away, off the gantry and back into the city proper. In one of the city's bright corridors, some of Vader's troopers fall into step behind him.) VADER: (to troopers) Bring my shuttle... (The troopers hurry off.) V: So...any ideas on how I'm going to explain this to my Master? A: Man, that's right. Palpatine's going to be pissed! It sucks to be you, huh? V: You *are* me. A: That's what I'm saying. It *sucks* to be you.
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    Bah, more where that came from - trust me. ABOARD THE DEATH STAR: (Vader steps into a turbolift. It begins to rise.) ANAKIN: Where are we going? VADER: To the detention level, to interrogate the princess. A: You're not going to hurt her, are you? V: I am, yes. A: Why, man? She's a cutie! V: So what? (pause) A: Qui-Gon wouldn't approve. V: Qui-Gon was weak. A: He was awesome! He had that whole long-haired hippie thing going on! V: He was a fool. Remember how he kept taking his bong out behind the pod-racer when he thought nobody was watching? A: He said it helped him get in tune with the Force! V: Riiiiight. If I'd followed in his footsteps, I'd be living on a diet of "herbal" brownies and trying to smoke anything I could set on fire... A: Well, we're just Mr. Bitter today, aren't we? V: We're Mr. Bitter every day. A: Yeah, I've noticed. And look what it's doing to your health! V: Being thrown into a fiery pit of lava had more to do with that, I think. A: Is that what happened? I'm still a little fuzzy on that. V: It is. And stop it. A: Stop what? V: You're trying to distract me from interrogating the princess. A: Is it working? V: No. A: Crap. V: I'm going to question her, I'm going to get the information I seek, I'm going to crush the Rebellion and restore order to the galaxy. A: Well, it's all about you, isn't it? V: Actually, yes. George said so. A: Well...can you at least do it without hurting her? V: Why? What would you suggest? A: You could maybe...reason with her? V: You've got to be kidding. There can't possibly be any reasoning with a woman who sports that hairstyle. A: Well, you've got me there. But you could try. Remember all that stuff you read in that book, "Men Are From Corellia, Women Are From Dantooine"? V: That's just a bunch of pap. I'm glad I had the author liquidated. (The turbolift door opens, and Vader strides out into the detention block. The guards come to attention as he stalks past them down the corridor. He stops in front of Cell 2187, starts to reach for the door controls.) A: Wait! Wait a second, man! V: What now? Make it quick. A: I've got an idea. It'll get you the information faster than your torture. V: I'm listening... A: *whisper*, *mutter*, *whisper*-- V: Oh, that *is* good! And they say *I'm* the evil one! (Vader opens the door, steps inside. Leia faces him defiantly. He looms over her.) VADER: (to Leia) Now, Your Highness, we will discuss the location of your hidden rebel base... (An interrogator droid floats into the chamber. The door hisses closed. Suddenly, a couple of speakers pop out of the interrogator droid and spicy Latin-style music begins to blare.) VADER: (to Leia) Now, Your Highness, let us...MACARENA! LEIA: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!
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    That's just amazing, blown away by it! But I'd like to agree with OneUnder, the muzzle looks too much like Fox's. However, nothing beats Slippy cosplay....oh wait none exists