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Welcome to Question 16….

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…and also to fall.

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I'll repeat my questions here, just in case they are missed in the last thread.

Mashadar, I replied to your PM. Feel free to post!

Blackhoof, could you give me a description of what Iconoclast's remains look like? I need a scene when Rainmaker shows up, and I'm kind of confused about what happened there.

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Is that Bruce?

 

As for the gifting bit, the specific situation I was thinking about if he could target the powers gifted to someone, even if can't target the actual Epic that did the gifting right now.

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Ah, I see. That would depend on how his powers work, whether they target the powers themselves, or something about the epic. If its something about the epic, then vanillas who have been gifted powers should be fine. If it's the powers themselves though, then he should be able to suppress gifted powers the same way he suppresses regular ones.

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He's targeted an epic before and failed to cancel their power. He had to target a specific power to cancel it. So Ithink he could supress a gifted power.

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He's targeted an epic before and failed to cancel their power. He had to target a specific power to cancel it. So Ithink he could supress a gifted power.

Since Lightwards' zombies get that way through gifting, could he stop Lightwards from raising one by suppressing his gifting?

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I guess he could, but since he can kill him and the zombie both with a stare with the same effort I don't see what the point would be in most practical circumstances.

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I guess he could, but since he can kill him and the zombie both with a stare with the same effort I don't see what the point would be in most practical circumstances.

 

Trolling? :P

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Trolling? :P

Try psycological warfare, same meaning but sounds more respectable. :P

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Try psycological warfare, same meaning but sounds more respectable. :P

 

Still trying to decide if what he did to Scorch counts as psychological warfare, or if that was straight-up trolling with an Epic twist. :mellow::P 

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Still trying to decide if what he did to Scorch counts as psychological warfare, or if that was straight-up trolling with an Epic twist. :mellow::P

I think it was mostly murder but apart from that I'd guess pw. :P

 

Also, the answer is Linkara. :ph34r:

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Corpsemaker just isn't a good guy. I wouldn't ever call him a troll. Only Quota pre-calamity was a troll. Corpsemaker is completely diabolical and evil. So definitely psychological warfare.

And Corpsemaker the Troll doesn't help his reputation. :P

Altermind the Troll would make him think it was an insult about his looks. :P

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Corpsemaker just isn't a good guy. I wouldn't ever call him a troll. Only Quota pre-calamity was a troll. Corpsemaker is completely diabolical and evil. So definitely psychological warfare.

And Corpsemaker the Troll doesn't help his reputation. :P

Altermind the Troll would make him think it was an insult about his looks. :P

Well, if either CorpseMaker or Altermind spent any time online before Calamity, there's a nonzero chance Quota trolled them at some point. <_<

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Well, if either CorpseMaker or Altermind spent any time online before Calamity, there's a nonzero chance Quota trolled them at some point. <_<

 

I'm just gonna leave this here again, in case anyone missed it the first time. :P

 

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It was What Happened in Calamityville. It's in this subforum still. It died pretty quick though and I don't know if it'd work this time either. :P We could try it again or continue WHC.

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It was What Happened in Calamityville. It's in this subforum still. It died pretty quick though and I don't know if it'd work this time either. :P We could try it again or continue WHC.

We could maybe start a new town for all the creepy epics, like Astoria for the OP ones. Possibly...

Edit: As in actually in Oregon. Not like moving Nighthound there, but maybe a powerful shadow epic coated a town in darkness and ATTD list type epics moved in.

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Well, the easiest way to make a game horrifying would be like this:

1. Take a bunch of innocent female NPCs.

2. Add Nighthound, Deathwish, and the Trifecta.

And there you go. :mellow:

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Well, the easiest way to make a game horrifying would be like this:

1. Take a bunch of innocent female NPCs.

2. Add Nighthound, Deathwish, and the Trifecta.

And there you go. :mellow:

Upvote for sad truth. :mellow:

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Well, the easiest way to make a game horrifying would be like this:

1. Take a bunch of innocent female NPCs.

2. Add Nighthound, Deathwish, and the Trifecta.

And there you go. :mellow:

Shouldn't there be a rule that you can't speak of all of those in the same sentence? 

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Upvote for sad truth. :mellow:

Now, if you wanted to make it a comedy game, just give every NPC knowledge of and access to those Epics' weaknesses. :ph34r:

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Now, if you wanted to make it a comedy game, just give every NPC knowledge of and access to those Epics' weaknesses. :ph34r:

 

 

There's a police pony in one of the official MLP comics named Ride Along, whose sole duty is to make siren noises when police investigations are in progress.

 

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Guess where I'm going with this. :ph34r:

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