Arcanum Theory

Discussion in 'Arcanum Discussion' started by DarkFool, Dec 30, 2005.

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  1. Archea47

    Archea47 New Member

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    fool

    They are actually referring to Army of Darkness, which did indeed kick major ass. It was sequel to the Evil Dead series, which also kicked mad ass. The only movie I can think of where a tree rapes a woman (shown in film) ... not sayin that's a good thing just emphasizing how crazy they are
     
  2. Wolfsbane

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    Why call me a fool? I just said that I'd bet on that it sucked with the facts presented here. No offence, but a guy with chainsaw hands just can't be good.
     
  3. mathboy

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    YOU SUCK!
     
  4. Archea47

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    You see, his hand gets posessed in Evil Dead II so he has to cut it off. What better use of the stub than to put a chainsaw on it to decapitate the undead
     
  5. Grossenschwamm

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    You were talking about the tactile satisfaction of using a chainsaw to dismember someone yourself, as if you had chainsaw hands. Silly rabbit.
    Plus, Ash also makes a robotic hand and puts THAT on the sub. I still can't figure out how someone who works at a store called S-mart could've made a working prosthetic hand. Oh well. Klaatu Baratta NICtomnmnmn.....
     
  6. Gizmaluke

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    yes army of darkness was a funny film ..oh the predicaments he gets into ah he he he he
     
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    If you're gonna post drivel, at least use capitals and full stops. GEEZ.
     
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    The actual mock of Bill Gates isn't sincerely the unfinished Acronym of Gibert Bates, but the fact that, during gameplay, you find out that he stole the dwarves' design.

    Even though I highly doubt Bill Gates stole any ideas, I still think this was rather funny..

    -Argo
     
  9. TONGSyaBASS

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    You may regret posting that...
     
  10. Grossenschwamm

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    I second that motion. On a lighter note, what would you like on your tombstone?
     
  11. Frigo

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    I'm sure about it :lol:
     
  12. Vorak

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    Well admitedly he did buy the original DOS core off someone he knew for $50 000*. I'm sure they regret it now

    *Digging into back of my memory, I'm probably completely wrong.

    On my tombstone I want to have 'Vorak, liked by some, hated by most, respected by all'.

    Finally, Dante's Divine comedy is much more integral to Arcanum's storyline. There is a follower who has lost his way called Dante, Virgil is the name of the main guide and you gain all of your answers from the verses of Canto in Tulla.
     
  13. Anonymous

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    :-o I'll be damned - Someone does read the classics..........

    Way to go, Richard.
     
  14. Vorak

    Vorak Administrator Staff Member

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    Everything in modern literature is derived from its past, an old adage, but a true one.
     
  15. Anonymous

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    Yeah, but try getting Johnny Slacker accept that.
     
  16. Vorak

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    What! this movie has no colour and they don't talk!? This is so gay!!

    - Actual comment by Johnny Slacker who saw me watching Metropolis.
     
  17. Anonymous

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    You actually found one who can articulate? That's amazing.

    And no profanity?! Are you making this up?
     
  18. Vorak

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    No, I'm not making it up. It may be in learning so many words he didn't have any more space for profanities.
     
  19. Anonymous

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    You know, that actually makes a perverse sort of sense.
     
  20. Grossenschwamm

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    I may just be out of touch with humanity (completely plausible), but I have NO idea what you two are talking about, except for Dante and Metropolis.
     
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