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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by PsychoSniper, Sep 10, 2004.
Original Fallout art? 10/10.
That is Renée Jeanne Falconetti as Joan of Arc in the excellent 1928 film "The Passion of Joan of Arc." One of the best movies ever made.
Conceptually cool and well formatted, but not earth shattering.
New 'n Tasty! 8.7/10
11/10 - I love Charlie Brown guy's expression of unease as he watches the Dark Matter globule bounce. And unless I'm mistaken, you made this yourself so you get an extra point.
7+/10 classic vault boy with a twist. Well done.
I once lost Cassidy that way, it was pretty sad 9/10
8/10 To a Fire Gecko?
Hmmm, yeah I guess those bastards certainly are a major cause of sudden eruption into fatal flames. I always just thought of that unlucky critical roll from a Super Duper Mutant in the Mariposa Ruins after almost clearing out every enemy on the second floor, particularly that feeling of massive heart sink as your character does the burning-to-death dance, just prolonging the time till the "You Died" slide pops up, mocking you about your failure.
That being said, the animation itself always cracks me up. 9/10! XD
Glow eyes! 8/10
It's still spinning! 8/10
So big, so pink, so tough.
Hey, where did my av go?
I'm afraid I'll be forced to give you an incomplete.
(Like custom titles, avatars were all stripped in the forum changeover and need to be reset manually for returning users. If you don't happen to have a copy of yours sitting around, you can re-save it from one of your posts at the old board archives.)
8/10 what kind of cheese is that?
Why, it's Stinky Cheese, the constituent casein of the Stinky Cheese Man!
You get a 7/10 for your, uh, grumpy muppet?
I like your av, it's classic FO and the red you added works well. And then there's your nick which refers to one of the most interesting characters in fiction ever.
Liked, since I second everything you just said. I'm also taking my first chance to give your new av the 10/10 it (not unexpectedly) deserves.
I might be reading too much ennui and dread existentialism into that bouncing blob, but it works either way.