Discolt

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  1. Yeah, I'm not into grimdark stuff unless its done in a joking manner. Like, I wouldn't mind Ponyville Evil with T-Virus infected ponies or something, but I'm not into something like Cupcakes. It's just sometimes, people take things way too far. And I have no desire to read something like that involving ponies. Clive Barker or Stephen King, sure. I love when they write that stuff. But with ponies? No way.
  2. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic works much like how Dexter's Lab, Ed, Edd n' Eddy, The Powerpuff Girls, and Courage The Cowardly Dog worked. It's a fun series, with fun characters, a fun premise, great writing, and fantastic animation. Honestly, the show would have more fans if it wasn't based on something marketed towards girls. But if you look past that, like all of us do, you find that it is just truly a fun show worth every minute.
  3. Awesome episode. Nice to see Derpy hasn't changed, as I spotted her in the crowd and she was still as cross-eyed as always, which makes me think the iTunes episode was a one time thing. Iron Will is one of the most epic characters introduced in the show, and I really liked assertive Fluttershy too. She's creeping up my favorite pony list now...
  4. Well, this picture doesn't involve ponies, but here I am, in all my glory and splendor. I wish... Hey, sometimes you're just too cool for school.
  5. Here's an idea, in as few words as possible. I'm pretty sure this could convert well to the style of the show. The premise is as follows. Pinkie Pie invites just about everypony to a big puppet show that she's holding, but when she gets to Rarity, she's met with opposition because Rarity believes making a show out of sock puppets would just be shoddy and boring. She agrees to go anyway, but once the show is over, she dictates all the things that Pinkie could have done different, causing her and Sweetie Belle to get into an argument over whether it was really good or not. Sometime during all this, Rarity accidentally rips the sock puppet Pinkie Pie made in her likeness, and when she offers to fix it, Sweetie Belle and her get into a tug-of-war of magic over who can do a better job of fixing it, before they cause a magical backlash that completely envelops Rarity, Rainbow Dash and Applejack. When the dust has cleared, the three of them have somehow become fused with the puppets Pinkie Pie created to represent them. So it's up to Sweetie Belle and Pinkie Pie to find Twilight and figure out how to turn their friends back to normal. Throughout all this, Rarity continues to criticize all of Pinkie Pie's handiwork, only to learn by the end that she was being a bad friend by just throwing criticism at Pinkie Pie as opposed to actually trying to help her with her designs. If I got the chance to work on the show, I'd probably write this in an instant.
  6. Go for the original Dead Rising. I think it's better than the 2nd one, but that might be also because I prefer Frank West's character. House of the Dead 2, 3, 4. I'm pretty sure the ports are scattered on the Dreamcast, Playstation and possibly on the PS3 too. Obviously Resident Evil 2, Nemesis and the Remake. Also Zero for the Gamecube is really good. Splatterhouse could be an honorable mention, though it's not really a zombie game per say. Oh, and Land of the Dead for the PC! It's pretty old so your computer should be able to play it. That's all I can think of at the moment.
  7. I'm not going to obsess over it, but if someone asks if I like the show, I will not deny it. I had to take a lot of bullshit when I was in middle school and I used to watch/draw the Powerpuff Girls all the time. This is nothing new, and I refuse to not support something I like. If they ask me, i will admit it with pride. And if they want to talk about it, I will. I just won't shove it down their throats, because that just makes all bronies look bad.
  8. Those games don't suck. But it all depends on what you're looking for. For action oriented, go for Resident Evil 4. That's the best one, in my opinion, even though it's not true to the franchise. But for a truly atmospheric and amazing zombie game, go for the Resident Evil remake on the Nintendo Gamecube. A fantastically executed game in my opinion, and one that will actually scare you. Sure, it's survival horror, but it's a true zombie game, in my opinion. At least, I prefer it far more than Dead Rising or other games like that.
  9. It's started to seem like a better idea for me to submit my ideas out there before I go forward with any sort of fanfic project. Honestly, when I looked at MLP and realized I wanted to a do a fanfic for the fandom, I thought it would be easy. Boy, was I wrong. Those people at EQ D gave me a wake up call. So I've come up with a new idea. Pony Puppet Panic (Or Triple P, for short) is an idea that came to my head just the other day as I was watching the Muppets. I want it to be structured like an episode, with the story being split into two halves. The premise is as follows. Pinkie Pie invites just about everypony to a big puppet show that she's holding, but when she gets to Rarity, she's met with opposition because Rarity believes making a show out of sock puppets would just be shoddy and boring. She agrees to go anyway, but once the show is over, she dictates all the things that Pinkie could have done different, causing her and Sweetie Belle to get into an argument over whether it was really good or not. Sometime during all this, Rarity accidentally rips the sock puppet Pinkie Pie made in her likeness, and when she offers to fix it, Sweetie Belle and her get into a tug-of-war of magic over who can do a better job of fixing it, before they cause a magical backlash that completely envelops Rarity, Rainbow Dash and Applejack. When the dust has cleared, the three of them have somehow become fused with the puppets Pinkie Pie created to represent them. So it's up to Sweetie Belle and Pinkie Pie to find Twilight and figure out how to turn their friends back to normal. Throughout all this, Rarity continues to criticize all of Pinkie Pie's handiwork, only to learn by the end that she was being a bad friend by just throwing criticism at Pinkie Pie as opposed to actually trying to help her with her designs. That's the basic jist of it, and opinions would be appreciated. I figure I'm going to start writing this weekend and try to get it edited a lot until it's suitable enough to be submitted and hopefully accepted by the people at EQ D.
  10. A vinyl disc. Or disco ball. There's no time like the 1970's. Cheerilee proved the '80's happened in Equestria! So who's to say there weren't any afro-ponies?
  11. I like Cheerilee and Big Macintosh the most. It's a fun pairing that could actually work. Don't see where everyone's getting Fluttermac from though...
  12. Well, i started listening to Daydream Believer because of all this news. Will probably end up listening to the rest of his music soon enough. Rest in Peace, DJ...
  13. High school shouldn't count went it comes to this kind of thing. That is a mostly terrible time in a lot of teenagers lives, myself included. Of course, I'm not trying to say that ignoring a girl is the way to get her to like you. It's just... I mean, I used to be a "nice guy." By nice guy, I mean that I cared way too much and made too much of an effort. That only works on some girls, but it turns some of them off. And then some of them are just screwed up, but so many of us are blind to that kind of thing until it's too late. It's better to just ride the wave and see what it lands on. I've always trusted more in meeting someone by chance rather than actively looking. And honestly, if you get friend zoned, a lot of the time it's better to just forget about the person, especially if they only come to you when it's convenient for them. The way I see it, jerks only rule the dating game for the first thirty years of life. Then divorce and break ups comes around, and those who manage to avoid it in their relationship or marriage finally realize that they were right to give that "nice guy" a chance.
  14. This is pretty extreme here, but you do have some points with what you're saying. First of all, think about the kind of girls you're going after. I know this is going to sound shallow, but I am a firm believer in "leagues" of girls. Some are in your league, and some are not. It's a sad truth of the world. Second, stop. Stop letting them cry on you, stop listening to all their problems, just STOP panhandling to them. People, especially those kind of girls, learn when they realize they can't just take you for granted. Don't let them drag you around with their problems, let them know that it's not your problem and you're not their personal therapist. I know it sounds like the most jerk move in the world, but it works, and that's the sad part. Of course, if it's a friend who you have no romantic interest in, by all means give her a shoulder to lean on. I've just found that girls who you're interested in but friend zone you seem to have a lot of ulterior motives if they come running to you for a shoulder to lean on. Most importantly, never give up, but don't try too hard. If anything, chance will always be your best bet. What's meant to be is meant to be, and there is always a person for someone out there. At least, that's my two cents on it all...
  15. Actually, I was referring to the one fic with Twilight dancing to the song, but that is indeed another source people tend to know the song from. Much to my annoyance...