.. I wan' go too.
Lain laid back in his Lounger, watching the clouds grow closer then disperse, dark greys and watery sunlight.
His little dragons skree was high, loud and long, guffawing a puff of smoke as he floated down next to the big guy in his duffle coat.
He surveyed his surroundings, calmly, after taking off his baseball cap. Large planters of herbs and exotic flowers sat across the edge of the corner that caught the sunrise's light, then large shrubs at about 4'5 high sprouting out from the back edge. They thrived on the last dying rays and cold damp evenings, rhodedandrums. Up the two banks was high tressling made deep with ivy and other various thickeners, one side with a slanting glass roof to generate more humidity in the Summer, right now to protect the struggling runner beans and sweet peas. Things like tomatoes and raspberries grew in and around the greenhouse in the centre.
Underneath the Greenhouse was his winter home (weather permitting the deck chair was home) a small room lined with planters from floor to ceiling, he was dreaming now, not surveying. Nonetheless. A hammock crossed inside them, two hammocks actually, sewn into one, just in case. It was pretty cosy. Anyway, this was where the more exotic plants grew, things from Peru, Brazil, Mongolia, New Zealand. Most of the recipes he used were actually Chinese in origin, digressing, but everything there was and is grown hydroponically. Ironically not the weed, the only thing he didn't get involved with, why give the police an excuse?
Shyro was already helping to set a fire in the large oil drum fire pit he had, as much as was possible Lain refused to go inside. Not for any real reason, it just didn't feel right and it had been a tough decision to even move to the city in the first place, but if this whole 'potions' thing was ever going to amount to anything he had to be somewhere where it was a realistic goal. So NY, New York.
Shyro was amazing too, a find, in Tazmania. Hard to explain finding Dragons, perhaps, but then he could pretty much fly too. So it's perhaps a little less strange. In saying a find, meaning to say, he found a way to change people into dragons. Fantastic ability, totally irreversible. So poor Shin-kun was stuck like that forever, he had almost forgot .. flames licked his feet.
~I AM NOT YOUR GOD DAMN SLAVE Dee!~
He clicked on the earpiece for Shy's larynx decorder. Oops.
~Ooh, you think you're having bacon for breakfast tomorrow, you just THINK that~
"That's real nice Shy-Shy, maybe I'll accidentally forget to feed you."
~Being a dragon now, Lain, its not exactly tough to find pigeons for myself~
"Good point, if I give you a de-scale in the morning will you still light the fire?"
The clouds tightened and cracked together, Lain smiled, Shy recoiled behind the chair, instinctively. A dragon maybe, a very small dragon however. There was no rain, yet, Lain was expecting, hence the being home. Seasons were changing and it was switch over time, bulbs into the sun for Spring, Winter strugglers back to the Greenhouse to germinate for summer, hedges trimmed back, tomatoes .. it was a whole piaza of growing goodness that required expert attention. Before it even got into the mixing and cooking.
"Can you fly up to ten thousand and check the weather?"
"Awesome, thanks, your SO helpful", he said throwing a piece out of his steak sandwich off the edge down towards the hustle, Shyro smirked before leaping off. So Lain himself decided to take it on, climbing up the tressle on the left handside to the pod treehouse at the top, which was also his (affectionately dubbed) Weather House. Not a lot more than a laptop and some home made gadgets, it was enough to make sure the whole world didnt end on the account of a snap frost or heatwave. Lain quickly checked through the instruments, his eyes widened, he leaned outside.
To his surprise Shyro was flying up, up to him with steak in his mouth, past him, towards the sky before he let off a tiny pip of flame then stalled and spiralled back down landing on the roof of the Weather house, there was a shrill laughter in Lain's ear.
~AHAHAHHAHAHHAHA I KNEW YOU'D NEVER NOTICE~
"Jesus, this is severely not the time", already skimming down the vines sipping a drop of float to make sure he could save as much as he could, this was not going to happen. Not again.
... uh huh, I didn't say he could, I'm not arguing this because I think I'm right, just using formulative logic.
How do we know the power of the One Ring extends to the Nether-realm of Outworld?
Key element; the battle takes place in the Nether from MK Deception.
I'm enjoying the haters trolling the people who made an already over extended effort to explain, Sauron simply isn't in that sphere of power. Don't forget that Frieza has spent his whole life trying to become immortal so he'll make a point of knowing how to win. For instance; in the same vein as your argument for Sauron never dying because he has the ring.
Frieza could grab Sauron and drag him about with his tail, portal back to Earth, find the dragonballs, wish for Immortality or for the Ability to destroy the One ring, then either a) He eventually finds a way to use this exisential nether portal to alternate fictional dimensions to go to Middle Earth and kill Sauron or maybe rip his head off his body, shove the ring up his nose and imbed it in the skull then carry him around the galaxy like a trophy.
I love the idea of Sauron pwning Frieza in some nether hell somewhere but I think you underestimate Frieza. Pondering what you might do to conquer the world and having to concentrate hard to nerf yourself so you don't accidentally destroy planets is a big difference.
So true about DMC. I really need to get me a Playstation and a copy of that.
Other than that I ME YES ME I want to say that I loved pretty much all of the older games based on Anime and it's what I grew up playing. As I don't know their names I'm going to give vague descriptions in the hope that you know the ones I mean.
Mostly the DBZ games, from the ones on SNES ( I think there were 3 ) where you could fly and have multi tiered Energy Blast Button Bash Battles, which was awesome and also I think the third one included a form of grappling where you could smash people through rocks and the floor and various other bits of scenery as in the show. Then there was the GBA one with Goku's amazing half circle half circle forward finishing maneovuer (in the game, you could perform a special last ditch attack with the characters when you had low health) which was a goku combo, IT Kamehameha and then a Spirit Bomb. Magic. I didn't really think the GBA Naruto games were much cop, not horrible or not worth playing but the fighting was never challenging. There was also the japanese only import DBZ RPG that started at the beginning of the Frieza saga, the battle system was sort of cross of a TCG and FF, hard to understand but it was an amazing game. Also the other DBZ GBA titles, the top down RPGs, were all really good. Repetitive and a little simple for sure but in no way not worth playing.
So thats the older ones, Clash of Ninja on GC is so unbelievably fantastically amazingly pant wettingly spectash that I am actually considering going to donate blood today to be able to get myself a copy off of ebay. I'm not actually sure I like any of the Naruto RPGs but hey, a lot of younger people do and I don't hate.
Endless Waltz ( a gundam game for SNES if you don't have the rom, you do need it) and the Gundam Dynasty game are both cool, thats prolly jsut cos I freak out for giant robot fighting and (excluding Phantom Crash, but this is not a games forum) most of the *cough* rip offs *cough* aren't that great to me.
There iissssss a series of Persona Games on the PS2, I think, haven't ever played them but they look pretty good to me.
Bleach, Bleach .. Bleach blech blech bleh, the Wii game was shocking, so simple, I still completed it so I could see how they did all of the unknown releases at the time but it was a shocker of a design. I think the only challenge was unlocking Tousen using Hanataro. The GBA games are all diabolical, the card fighting game thing I could never really understand. There's also the 4 player one that I've seen videos of but never owned, that looked cool. Haven't tried the MMO yet :-O
Soul Eater games, of which I hear there are 3 I haven't played, I don't feel desperately enamoured since watching videos or reading reviews.
^-^ If there was one Game that I think is amazing and should have been based off of an anime, its Advance Wars. The characters are proper bo' like.
So I had that really .. bo .. purple and black anime vice one, originally, that I wanted.
Now I seem to be going around sporting some sort of Explosive on my neck? Uncool.
I was wondering why, how and what I can do to change it back.
It's just I don't really play games, read American comics ... there's another site I use for Movie stuff and my favouritest thing is ... well you can guess what it is. It isn't Ecchi!
(well not just that)
Anywho is no big deal, just wondering if there was a way to choose which medal you wanted or .. you know .. something.
I think the issue here is;
If they were bloodlusted, I can't see Spidey losing to Lee somehow. You know? He'd probably pull the First's head off the mountain and crush him or something.
In Character however, I think they'd end up having a bit of a brawl, to a standstill then give it up.
Also, again not to be obtuse here, but I don't really see Spidey EVER hitting Lee with webshooters so although I feel as though I have to give it to Spidey by default, I can't see how he would put Lee out for the count.
I don't know why I go back to this time and time again. For me it's often the music, like most, I listen to the DN opening 2 a lot, full song.
But this is AMAZING in my opinion because, I don't like the record, I wasn't really thinking I needed to watch Katekyo and then somehow this AMV makes me want to listen to this band and watch KHR. All day.