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  1. Just a question I am thinking about lately. Do you believe in the existence of aliens? Do you think there maybe any intelligent life-forms like us humans or maybe higher? If higher then how do you define higher? What about their physical appearance and abilities? Do you believe they'd also have religions and beliefs like we do? What's your general opinion about them?
  2. So, I was Googling some old shows, and I remembered this one show: Monster Buster Club. So when I Googled it, I saw Andrea Libman and Tabitha St. Germain on the list of cast members. So I went to YouTube and found the intro. And guess what I discovered. This explains everything. Cathy is an shape-shifting alien. She came from a distant planet to fight aliens on Earth. Naturally I assume she eventually stopped the aliens and left Earth, and went back to her planet. But she had so much fun exploring a new world, that she wanted to go to a different planet. So, she shape-shifted into a pony, and went to... EQUESTRIA! Under her new pony name, Pinkie Pie, she made friends and nopony has ever suspected that she's an alien! But what about all her cartoonish antics, and craziness? Because she's a shape shifting alien! It all makes sense! EVERYTHING IS DIFFERENT NOW! I'm going to go watch some episodes of this old show, Monster Buster Club, and continue my research... discover if this Cathy really is Pinkie Pie. From what I remember, even the opening, the Pinkie Pie and Cathy are rather similar. Could this be true, could Pinkie Pie really be a shape-shifting alien? What do you think of this off-the-wall theory? (If this isn't the right forum, could a staff member please move it, I had absolutely no clue where to put this.)
  3. Blaze the Pegasus is a series I've been working on for quite a while, it takes place in the same universe as MLP:FIM, but in the future of the year 2124. We've seen franchises where aliens invade our world, Earth, and destroy monuments and governments to take over. But what if we were the aliens invading another planet? In Blaze the Pegasus, humanity finds a planet inhabited by ponies and declares war to take over their world to mine it for its resources. Since this takes place in the future, ponies no longer use spears and swords to fight back, they use machine guns and tanks like humanity does today. One soldier however, plans to end the war once and for all, Captain Blaze Ishtar, otherwise known as, "Blaze the Pegasus." I will give you the link to both the trailer and the first episode, I hope you enjoy it, and if you like it, please do subscribe to my Youtube channel, ThunderBlaze Studios if you wish to see more content produced by me, and support me by sharing my vids on Instagram, Google+, Twitter and/or Facebook. (The show is animated in gmod and sfm in case you are wondering.) Trailer: Episode 1:
  4. What I define as "UFO lore" involves that craze involving researching about UFO's, aliens, their races, and their goals, which a variety of people talk about, from conspiracy theorists to New Age practitioners. Some of the more well-known of these species include: Greys (large heads, big eyes, crop circles, cattle theft, and ayy lmao) Reptilians (supposed true powers behind major events) Nordics, Plejarens/Pleiadians (they look like Scandinavian people, and they supposedly come in peace and New Age philosophy.) Little green men (typical aliens from the 1920's to 1950's, other than Greys) Men in Black (not the movie series, but mysterious people who claim to work for governments at harass UFO witnesses) Anunnaki (misinterpretation of Babylonian gods as aliens) I know that all this alien stuff is nonsense, but what do you think of this "UFO lore" stuff? And which alien species of these listed here would you prefer, if you can choose one or several? (I would choose the Nordics, as they look better than the other species. In fact, they and some of the other aliens would be interesting enough that I would write stories about them!)
  5. Say, if you are the king, prime minister, or president of your country. And in your country there are people who either have romantic relations with extra-terrestrials, or who married and had offspring with extra-terrestrials. My policy for this would be to restrict it only to aliens that are more "human-like", and only to their existing communities within my countries (if they were around for at least a century or more, and if they were already doing human-alien romances and offspring not with force). All other aliens would be banned from romance or offspring with my human citizens, as I consider that to be closer to disgusting bestiality. What about you? How would you deal with human-alien romances, if you became the rule of your country?
  6. Like Yvaine, Coriakin, and Ramandu (from Stardust and Narnia) being people who are actually stars (like the ones in the night sky), sometimes I consider some ponies to be "stars in pony bodies", such as Sunset, STARlight, Twilight, and Trixie (for their names or apperances), and Double Diamond (for him being a very cute WHITE pony -- he might be bright enough to burn stuff!). May I know, which ponies do you consider to be more like "stars" than ponies, as in having some form of relation with the stars of the night sky, or actually being "fallen stars from the sky"? That is, other than Celestia and her student Twilight, who are overrated choices?
  7. Just something I decided to draw. Hope you like it:)
  8. There once was an actress, born with lovely, natural pink hair, who was (un)fortunate enough to be chosen to play as Pinkie Pie/"The Rebel Queen" * (a. k. a. "Rebbie" or "Pauline") in a school play. Here's the myth behind this mindlessly dumb spectacle: "An alien girl gets selected by the gods to kill the god-like Painis Cupcake. Armed with only a divine sword, a bow-and-quiver-full-of-arrows, and a pink pony to ride on into battle, she must kill Lord Painis. Without the sword, she and her pony will definitely become Lord Painis-chow, his next kills and meals. The ending varies: you choose your own: 1. Lord Painis Cupcake still manages to kill and eat the girl and the pony. He proceeds to destroy the world, and become king of his new, monstrous pantheon. 2. Rebbie, with the help of the divine, kills Lord Painis, only because the gods aided her, and destroy his body in such that he will never reassemble. She and her pony were forced by the gods to join them. They vehemently reject, but they are now weeping in the heavens as stars." This same actress ("Minnie" or "Minerva") hates this play, and especially her own character. Yet, this play is considered a patriotic play in her country (Nation Y), as it is facing a war against the most powerful dictatorship in her world. "Rebbie" and her pony are even considered national symbols there, despite some opposition, because "Rebbie's Story" is a satrical inversion of the enemy's propaganda, in which Painis (Nation X) is a supreme god who slays the demon Pinkamena (Nation Y, and all other enemies, in general.). So, you encounter Minerva in a park, on a sunny day, pouting and cursing secretly against her character and society. She also hates it that her pink-haired family is seen as "human P*nkies/Bubble Berries" with a high chance of being psychopaths. Here are some questions: 1. What ending would you choose for this retarded play? 2. What advice would you give to her? * Hint: "Rebbie" looks like a rip-off of the EqG Pinkie wearing a blue Mongolian dress.
  9. Aside from the interdimensional aliens from the Equestria Girls universe: Anthro Humans. Do you think it could be possible for alien life in the MLP FIM universe? Like the canon universe? Aliens like; Zoidbergs, non anthro Humans, Krogan or Manbearbig? And due to it being a kid's show universe, would Humans and Krogan like aliens be less warlike and less violent, and be more peaceful like the MLP FIM Ponies?
  10. Would you consider the Ponies sapient? I personally think the evidence is crystal clear that they are sapient minded. But I've seen a few others think they aren't sapient with only a mere animal level of intelligence, you know the ones I mean... What is a sapient? A life form with the same level or higher intelligence like a Human and they like to build stuff. Examples of sapient life in fictional media; Krogans, Turians, Omicronians. Yes, they are a cartoon! But if they are "real" either through insanity or mutlverse theory, Human In Equestria blah blah blah, means you should treat them nicely and give them the same rights as you would a fellow Human. Including stop being a cruel xenophobe if a Pony and Human want to marry, or a Krogan and a Pony, or even an Omicronian and a Pony.
  11. well any of us here lucky enough to be born early enough to watch these films or were very interested in them (I was the latter) then you must of heard of the alien films I personally love the films, but alien 3 was kind of bad in my opinion so what are you guys thoughts on the films?
  12. BEST. MOVIE. EVER. It's just so...just so... Ahem... - In 1983, the heads at 20th Century Fox were so impressed by James Cameron's then uncompleted screenplay for the film, they actually waited for him to complete The Terminator before finishing it up; they wanted him to write the whole thing. - James Cameron designed the Queen himself. The final puppet/animatronic/behemoth used in the film required 14 to 16 operators. - Newt, aka one of the few child characters in horror movie history who wasn't annoying as all-get-out, was the only role ever played by Carrie Henn. She currently works as a school teacher. - James Cameron wanted the interactions and attitudes of the space marines as authentic as possible, so before their introductory scene onboard Sullaco, he shot every scene that only featured them first, so their conversing and camaraderie would come from the actors being friends with each other at that point, while Ripley would feel like the outsider because Sigourney Weaver had not shot anything with them yet. - Lance Henrikson actually learned how to to do five finger fillet for the scene where his character, Bishop, does "the thing with the knife." - Every tweak to the xenomorphs' design in the movie was done to accommodate the more stunt-oriented nature of their scenes: the transparent dome was removed because it would break too easily, and the bonier look was established so the stuntmen could essentially wear spandex covered by a few xenomorph costume bits. - "Game over, man, game over!" was improvised by Bill Paxton. - The actors playing the marines each got to customize their armor. - In a rare feat for an action movie, the 15 minute countdown at the end of the movie is indeed 15 minutes. - The little jump scare in the lab where the facehugger in the tank wigs out was not scripted; James Cameron wanted a realistic jump out of actor Paul Reiser. - Corporal Hicks was originally supposed to be played by James Remar, but he left after one shot was completed due to "creative differences". So he was replaced by Michael Biehn. A shot featuring Remar actually made it into the finished film, but his back is towards the camera, so you can't tell. - Speaking of which, Hicks's shotgun is the exact same one used by Biehn's character in The Terminator. For the gag where Hicks uses it to blow away an xenomorph's head, the shot of the barrel going into the mouth had to be done in reverse because it was too hard to get it in there. - Composer James Horner felt he wasn't given the proper amount of time needed to make a completely satisfactory score. He had to start writing music before even seeing any of the film, had to rewrite entire scenes as they were reedited, and recorded the whole thing in four days. Despite all these issues, it remains one of the greatest action scores of all time and earned him his first Oscar nomination. - The picture of Ripley's elderly daughter was a actually a picture of Sigourney Weaver's mother. - Xenomorph shriek = altered baboon shriek. - The film's crew and the crew of Full Metal Jacket were working close to each other, so they often had parties, which is probably necessary when you are working with Cameron and Kubrick. - The fire in the APC created a cloud of noxious fumes that was actually suffocating the actors. - Just like in the first movie, the white substance inside inside the android character was milk. Unfortunately for Lance Henrikson, the milk he had to store in his mouth between takes went bad fast. The food poisoning followed soon after. - In all three of the James Cameron movies Michael Biehn has starred in, his character was bitten on the hand by another character. - The mechanics of the walking facehugger that attacks Ripley was modeled after the Spydor action figure from the He-Man franchise. - Sigourney Weaver gave each actor a bouquet of flowers whenever they were about to shoot their character's death scene. - Stephen Lang auditioned for the part of the main human antagonist Carter Burke. He didn't get the part, but James Cameron later cast him as the villain in Avatar. - When Jenette Goldstein auditioned for the role, she thought the title was referring to illegal aliens and the U.S./Mexican border. She was cast as Vasquez as a result, and the story ended up in the movie as a joke. - The power plant where the scenes taking place in the hive had a bad case of asbestos when the crew arrived, so the whole place had to be cleaned up to make it safe. They left the location cleaner than when how they found it, which was good news for the filmmakers behind Batman (1989), who later used the plant as the Joker's lair. The bad news is that they still had to clean up all the xenomorph crap left everywhere. - This movie explains why Ash the Android went berserk in Alien: he was a Cyberdyne Systems model. - Sigourney Weaver should have won Best Actress. This is a fact. I love you, Aliens. The risk always lives.
  13. I've said it couple of times on here before, and I'll say it again: Alien is my favorite pure horror movie ever. It's a perfect movie: a fantastic cast, impeccable atmosphere, stunning visuals (both on Nostromo and the alien planet), it works both as a straight-up fright fest and as a psychological nightmare, it's still genuinely effective and creepy after all these years, and it stars the greatest movie monster of all time. Aw yeaaaaaah. - Co-writer Dan O'Bannon (who went on to write Total Recall and direct The Return of the Living Dead) was homeless and sleeping on other co-writer Ronald Shusett's couch when they wrote the film. - The characters were all written to be unisex, meaning that each character could have just as easily been a man or a woman, which by extension means Ripley could have been a guy. - Actor Joe Finch was originally cast as the seriously unfortunate Kane, but he became extremely ill right a the production began. He was barely able to do one take before he practically collapsed. Thus, John Hurt was quickly cast over the following weekend, and flew in to work on the set on only a few hours sleep. - For the scene where the ground team investigates the main room of the derelict ship (the one with the "space jockey" corpse), director Ridley Scott and cinematographer Derek Vanlint's children stood in for the adults in the spacesuits, in order to make the ship look larger. - A total of 130 eggs were made for the derelict ship scenes. - Technicians had to keep repainting the set because all the slime was doing a number on the paint job. - German surrealist H. R. Giger designed all the derelict ship and the xenomorph itself, though he had to keep toning it down because they appeared too sexual in nature (seeing what the ship's openings and the xenomorph's head looks like in the final film, that's saying something). Not all his designs were used, though; the original chestburster looked like a skinned chicken. - The specimen seen in the egg when light is shown through it is Ridley Scott's gloved hands. - The POV shot where the facehugger leaps at Kane's face is actually composed of three separate shots, each one done in reverse and drastically sped up in post. - The idea for the acid blood was thought up by concept artist Ron Cobb as a reason as to why the crew couldn't just shoot the damn thing. - Every handheld shot in the movie was done by Ridley Scott himself. - Composer Jerry Goldsmith hated the changes made to his score without his permission. - While plugging the movie on CBS, a man named Bob Burns asked the producer's blessing for his idea to base his annual Halloween haunted house on Alien. The producers were impressed with his past haunted houses and not only gave him their blessing, but they actually allowed him to use actual sets from the movie, including the xenomorph suit(!). After the show, he tried to return the props to the studio, but they decided to be super-awesome and actually let him keep it all. In fact, they actually gave him even more props, such as the model for Nostromo. Since then, Burns went on to add several more awesome movie props to his collection (most of them given to him by the studios filmmakers themselves). Among the collection are various tools, animatronics and costumes from each Alien movie (including the still functioning head for the Alien Queen puppet, which he lent back to the studio to use in Resurrection), several full scale cyborgs and head maquettes from the Terminator series, the Brundlefly makeup prosthetics and conceptual busts from The Fly, some of the transformation puppets from An American Werewolf in London, and the crown jewel: one of the stop-motion puppet armatures used for the titular beast in the original King Kong. - The white milky stuff that came out of Ash the Android was...milk. - Actor Yaphet Kotto picked fights with the man inside the xenomorph suit to keep in character. - Peter Mayhew, who played Chewbaca, almost played the xenomorph. - The xenomorph originally had visible eyes, but Ridley Scott dropped them because it looked scarier without them. - No, the alien was never called an xenomorph in this one; that's in the sequel. I just feel like being a nerd today. - Someday, some presumptuous nerd is gonna try and tell you that the actors didn't know what was going to happen during the chestburster scene, and that their shock is genuine. This myth is almost completely false. It's impossible for the actors to not have known how the scene was gonna play out; the scene required puppeteers and a fake chest and a hole in the table and everything, and that required the full collaboration and acknowledgement of what was suppose to happen from everyone. Actress Veronica Cartwright even recalls going down to the effects team and seeing the little chestburster puppet before the shoot. That said, the shock on their faces during the scene wasn't completely acting, because they didn't know it was going to be that aggressive. They thought the thing was just going to rip out of the chest, not violently pound its way out in an explosion of blood. When Cartwright falls backwards with a look of utter horror on her face, that's quite real; she didn't expect the blood pump to hit her right in her face. - In order to make sure the filmmakers knew what a real horror movie was like, Dan O'Bannon had them watch The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Yeah, more on that movie later. - The movie originally ended a lot more disturbingly, and a lot more ridiculous. After Ripley escapes the Nostromo explosion, the xenomorph bites her head off, calmly sits down in her chair, and then sends a message to Earth in her voice. It's a good thing that ending wasn't used, not because it sound hilarious, but because Ripley would have been dead, and we wouldn't have gotten the sequel we have now. A sequel I not only consider to be the greatest movie sequel of all time, but just flat-out my favorite movie ever. Gosh, I'm so excited, I need to get started writing the next one! I'm off!
  14. In the hypothetical event we ever met the sapient My Little Pony Friendship is Magic Ponies (no war blah blah blah) would it be Xenophilia or bestiality to date them... and um make love with them? I'm asking your views on this. Maybe, I'm sick in the head, but I view as long as your sapient minded like on the level of a Human or higher and not ugly I'd date you and treat just like a Human. Sorry Zoidberg, I know your sapient minded. But you're too damn ugly.
  15. What can I say? I get bored sometimes. But, I seriously do like Aliens. I mean, you literally have no limits as to what you can do with them. Some of the ones I make eat their parent's brains at birth, others kill for no other reason but to retrieve their foe's bones. It's a fun hobby.
  16. Presenting the Thurpftrpp ~ A Thurpftrpp (thur-pfvvt-pvert) is a very sentient creature. It has the ability to mold itself into whatever the heck it wants. However, it never knows what it wants to become. It focuses mostly on how amazing the outside of the creature looks, but it likes so many things that it can't choose just one. However, there are a few things that apply to all Thurpftrpp: - All Thurpftrpp can swallow the bottom half of a creature, attach its brain to its prey's brain, an then manipulate its prey in whatever way it wants to. - It can fuse itself with water to grow larger and get more defenses, but its body will always be in the center of the thing it grew into. - You can eat a Thurpftrpp, and it is probably the best and smartest thing you can ever do. It is very nutritious. However, all light collected by your eyes will be intensely warped. - Its name is very fun to say.
  17. I've had all kinds of wild theories: Aliens, Proto Alicorns, Insects, Hellspawn. But I'm very interested in what your takes are.
  18. Here is the glorious character of mine, Pterotaum: Pterotaum (Commonly called "Taummy") Is the ghost of an alien species called Pterotaum. He died from the super nova of his original planet's star, and practically hitch-hiked with my Persona (Now a Ponysona) and a few other OCs of mine when they met him at the nebula left by the solar system. He lives a giant purple gemstone, and he is practically the Pinkie Pie of the Afterlife dimension. He captures souls released from the dead bodies of others, and turns them into something like this: This prossess is called "Taummitization" The term "Taummitize" means to make into a Pterotaum-like being. Since Pterotaum didn't think of his own name, rather just use his species name, this is what a female human might look like when she is turned into a Pterotaum. Or, at least, a Pterotaum's Spirit. Pterotaum (Himself) pays a visit to Diane (See second quote in signiture) when she is in the middle of killing someone. When that person is dead, their soul lifts up to the roof, and just floats there unconscious. That is, until Pterotaum comes along to take that soul, taummitize it, and bring it to his Paranormal Party Room. Once that has been done, the soul has little recollection of its living self, so its memory is filled with an artificial story. That story is written by Satyr (See first quote in signiture), and it takes a while for it to be created. Before it knows about its past (Which is often a positive one), it is introduced to everyone else, more so to the Miraculists. Every other soul that is in Pterotaum's Paranormal Party Room is very nice, but loves to play around with living souls that pass through the Party Room. Every living soul that enters the Party Room leaves either with: An awkward smile, a disturbed frown, tears, or they just don't leave at all, rather they just give their soul to Pterotaum so they can party with all of the other ghosts. A human's Taum-soul represents them in only two ways: Their essence color, eye color, and their hair style. Their essence color is the color of their bodies. For instance, the essence color of the Taum above is a sort of cyan-tealish color. Their hair style relates to the hair style they had while they were alive. Their eye color is just randomly chosen. Other than that, they all are the same. All female Taums have a very thin waist and a more skirt-like drag. The male Taums have pretty much the same body formation as Pterotaum. Pterotaum also has the ability to literally rip the soul out of a living being's body. He does this by going up to a being, grabbing it, and tugging on it, which breaks the connection between the body and its soul. Then, he can taummitize the soul. When he does this, the being itself dies. But, as long as the body still has functional organs, he can put the soul back into the body to revive the being. Just for fun, I made this as well: That is Pinkie Pie when she is taumitized
  19. 'Twas once a small dog owned by a human, 'til the human was killed by a ruthless leader. The dog was left alone, until a special day. The day a miracle would take it away. It was shown to a group of six, each of the six representing the marked points of the visual light spectrum. The dog suddenly was killed, but was reborn. It grew plenty in size, and was stocked with fur. The memories of its lost owner filled its brain, and knew who was to blame. Massive hatred toward that human spawned. However, the grudge between it and that human never subsided. It did live in peace with the miracles that brought it here to become the massive hound it is now. It felt as if its original name was too normal for what it is. It also felt like the name was what his owner always called him, and refreshed the wretched memories of his owner's death. Therefore, it decided it wanted to be called "Stelerachyt." Its name had no meaning, it just felt like it was better than that boring other name: Dull Point.
  20. Another drawing by me again . If any of you remember, I posted a movie plot that I have been developing for the last few years. Most people who read it applauded it, but then I got quite the scare when some of them said that someone could steal it . Anyways, this drawing is related to the movie plot I made, and it's an air cruiser that I have been developing for the last few years. I decided to draw it with a lot of detail this time (Of course, the cruiser is too freaking huge to put every door, etc.), and this is the result . TL;DR - This airship that I have been making is based of that movie plot I made a while back C - Cruiser D - Designated A - Air/Aerial V - Vehicle --- T - Type A - A-Model HUMMINGBIRD comes from the shape of the ship, which is loosely based on it. The most similiarites come from the low, humming noise the engines produce and the long "beak" of the ship, which is actually a laser. What do you think ? I should also mention that I'm gonna be making more of these pics. You know, alien war vehicles and such? The next few I have in mind are named.... WDLV-T/A2 STALLION WDLV-T/A MARE ADLV-T/A UNICORN V/TDAV-T/B BUZZARD CDSV-T/A BELUGA
  21. I decided to give fanfics a go. So I'm writing a mix between MLP and Alien, an amazing movie. Right now I only have a short intro, but I plan to add more. ENJOY! fainfic.doc