- Oct 12, 2011
the sword is the holy weapon, why not a bloodly axe, mace, frail, spear, greathammer, or something other then a sword, really why the sword get so much loving its annoying...
Probably because it can look like a cross, and the act of looking like a cross makes it seem more 'holy' than other weapons.Orks da best said:the sword is the holy weapon, why not a bloodly axe, mace, frail, spear, greathammer, or something other then a sword, really why the sword get so much loving its annoying...
My avatar wants a word with you!Patinator said:That whole samurai quick draw sword thing. Never understood it, never liked it. So terribly, inefficient.
I dont know why but I cracked up just imagining you dressed in a military outfit (like from Alien or Starship Troopers) looking like that over at your Captain who just said it... and I don't even know what you look like.DarthRiko said:
Thank you for this. Thank you. You win 10 InternetzS-Unleashed said:The church being evil. The priest is a gay pedo, and it's always a man. Christians being racist, sexist, narrow-minded people that will kill you on the spot. Same goes for Muslims being terrorist. British guy is usually the bad guy. Atheists are smarter then everyone. Black people being Gs, white people are the uncool evil losers. Big strong dude gets the sexy girl.
But Samurai quick drawing is what they did, it was pretty much how they dealt with anyone who threatened there master.Patinator said:That whole samurai quick draw sword thing. Never understood it, never liked it. So terribly, inefficient.
Related: "Love conquers all!"PunkRex said:Almost every fucking movie has one. ALWAYS. and it is always a thinly masked and banal relationship, unless its the focus of the movie, and even then it can be questionable.
not every movie/videogame/ story in general needs a damn love interest for the main characters! Its like the kiss scene most every movie has. It adds nothing to the plot or the characters and is inconsequential for the most part and I despise it when some vapid romantic subplot which had no firm position in the characters motivations or the general plot somehow dictates the actions of the main characters. It just doesn't need to be there!
Is there no better character motivation for writers to come up with other than "he/she loves her/him so thats why they are doing thus and such"?