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Member Since 19 Jan 2012
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In Topic: Which show/movie has your favorite fictional world?

24 May 2017 - 06:06 PM

As much as I love Lord of the Rings, I don't think I'd want to live there. Pokemon sounds like fun, as wandering through the wilderness and not having a job seems to be a viable life choice there.

In Topic: Whose Top 100 RPG list was better?

24 May 2017 - 02:33 PM

Huh. Both have FF VI at number 2. That's actually what I went in with to decide which list I liked better.


And both kind of trade placings on Bloodborne and Dark Souls, with one being in the teens and the next being in the twenties.


I'm going to have to give it to IGN for getting Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door in there.

In Topic: Who is the best actor to have played James Bond?

23 May 2017 - 05:13 PM

Moore will always be my favorite, followed by Dalton.

In Topic: Most Powerful Scene in Kingdom Hearts

20 May 2017 - 12:57 PM

The ending of the 100 Acre Wood in KH2 still gets to me. Pooh trying to find a way to stop Sora from leaving again is a message that kind of becomes more poignant as I get older; a lot of the friends I've had I don't keep in contact with, and unfortunately some of them I forget. Not out of a selfish dismissal, but, like Sora, your life takes you in different directions than the ones your friends might be taking, and staying close simply isn't a practical possibility. It becomes even more powerful if you consider that Christopher Robin, who was Pooh's best friend, no longer comes to visit him, and now he's trying to come to grips with possibly losing another close friend in Sora. 


To which Sora offers a solution that seems so simple it might almost be considered trite, yet still offers some solace and wisdom; the idea that just because you don't see your old friends all the time, doesn't mean that they're really gone. You still have your memories, the feelings that you shared towards them, and as long as you keep those in your heart, you still possess a lasting friendship. And that's a thought that I personally find very comforting. 

In Topic: What's Your Favorite Version of Zelda?

20 May 2017 - 12:31 PM

The Twilight Princess Zelda is probably my favorite. I like her stature, her stoic nature, and her ability to stay professional in spite of knowing better than anyone the gravity of the situation. It felt like she was more a Queen and actual ruler of Hyrule than other iterations.