Your opinion is not necessarily mine; Your opinion is not fact; Your opinion is not absolute. Your opinion is a perspective.
The unwanted adoption.
That makes me his granddaddy.
Alright, I will rephrase...
If someone stands in the corner on my bridge and claims that I, and the entire bridge crew, can't see that person. I will still shoot said person in the face on principle.
"Infiltrator/Sentinel Tier II:
You have learnt to trick non-Force sensitives into not seeing you if you concentrate and do not move."
If someone walks onto my bridge and claims that I, and the entire bridge crew, can't see that person. I will still shoot said person in the face on principle.
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Not to mention the GMs could decide the attacker is attacking during flood season. Which makes no sense as the attacker would try to avoid that.
Which means that the GMs controlling weather and time outside of specific events would feel like trolling to everyone but the GMs. There is also the issue of added workload for the GMs. And yes Milos, we all know YOU don't care, but you won't always be GM. Lol
If anything, it would be the attacker that have the most say about weather as technically the time of the attack is determined by them. That said, I would not support such a rule. If the respective commanders cannot agree on the situation, THEN, a GM can become involved.
The same about space, although that makes even less sense. If I choose the exit hyperspace near an asteroid belt, I can think of no reason why there out of nowhere also should be a nebula.
I think it looks promising so far.
Rogue One teaser trailer will be released tomorrow. :)
The original description was a rip off from Palpatine's speech. I, for obvious reasons, choose to rewrite the speech. xD
Forgot to replace his image though.
*As a careful reminder that the Republic will enforce its territorial borders, the 2nd Flotilla is diverted to the edge of the sector, and even goes as far as disrupting and blocking long range communication, but otherwise makes no move to intercept Swordbreaker.*
If only perfect people go to heaven, then heaven is an empty place.
If you can't tell, then you should be ashamed of yourself as a TW player xD
OOC: Nice try.
"Very well." Circissa says as her and the Commandos under her command leaves for their transports and leave the system, along with Drayson.
After her quick study of it and as Umbra is collecting the remains, Circissa takes a step back and looks at S'svashi. "I intend to report to the council as soon as possible, and in person, they will be most eager to hear of this.
Will you be joining me S'svashi? Or do you intend to stay... Might be prudent for one of us at least to do so." She says, and looks at Lok for a brief moment, the Sith still examining the remains.
I don't necessarily disagree with you on these points, I dislike the video and how superficial it is on a very complicated topic.
Their facts are not untrue, but neither are they the whole truth. We are presented with just enough facts/information as to conclude that most Muslims are radical and therefor support terrorism.
This video doesn't promote understanding, it uses statistics to advance an agenda. Its no different that the statistics used in democratic elections. I always find it funny how the statistics always seem to support both sides.
"because Islam has a very long history of slavery, murdering apostates and expansionism."
Sure, because only Islam can claim to have such a history, and they were the worst in that regard also! Lol
If I apply the word "bigot/racist/chauvanist" in the broadest possible definition. I wouldn't be surprised if 70% or more of the world could be identified as such. This video is one of the most oversimplified arguments I have ever heard on Muslims. Disregarding all statements from Trump.
If someone have a problem with Islam, that's fine. But this video, is less about constructive criticism and more about fearmongering.
"About time." Drayson responds. "I'll deploy teams to help until proper relief efforts can be arranged."
On the ground Circissa had already begun taking a closer look at the remains of the phylactery. "It is a frightening thought that all this could happen due to such a small thing.." she comments out loud of the others to hear.
Circissa senses what is happening, places her hand on S'Svashis shoulder and lends her strength to her fellow Jedi.
Circissa immediately engages of the other two Royal Guardmen, and does so by using the force to quickly pull him towards her and at the last moment sidestepping out of the way in order to slash the guard across the back with her lightsaber.
Circissa ignites her lightsaber, however since she is not engaged she continues to stand ready, to either defend herself or assist S'svashi if necessary.
With Umbra having decided to step in, Circissa takes a few steps back, also leaving S'sbashi room to deal with the guard challenging her.
Circissa takes out her lightsaber and takes her time to notice what exactly this guard will do before engaging the others, also making sure that the Commandos doesn't open fire just yet.
If you believed that you wouldn't have questioned it in the first place. Lol
On Drayson's order, all Federation ships jump out of the system except the Silphen flagship.
"Turn us towards the planet and lock target on the old Imperial Palace." He orders, while also making sure as many people as can be spared leaves the bridge.
"This is beyond my knowledge of the force." Circissa whispers to S'svashi. "I'm am unsure as to how we should proceed."
In response to Loks suggestion Circissa responds on the comm; "You are most likely right, but perhaps we should take this opportunity to learn about what this is. A lot of lives could have been saved if we had known more about this... entity." She suggests.
I'm pretty neutral about Spider Man, based of his very short appearance I can't really say one way or another whether I feel it benefits the movie or not.
As for the world being afraid of the Avengers, yes they are heroes. But, as much as people enjoy these kinds of heroes, you will still ask yourself... What if they turned against us? What if they go from being heroes to conquerors? What if they FAIL? What if in an attempt to save the world they end up destroying a city that might otherwise not have been destroyed? Its not that the world is really afraid of the Avengers, but highly concerned about what happens when the agenda of the Avengers and the agenda of the rest of the world no longer is the same.
The Civil War is about accountability, or lack thereof. The issue between Captain America and Iron Man is that Iron Man believes that the Avengers should be accountable for their actions, which by necessity involves revealing their identity (Not exactly a big loss for either Iron Man and Captain America), and also being under some measure of government control.
Captain America is a bit more unclear in my opinion. Its easy to say he is on the side of "Justice" and "doing whats right." But that is pretty vague arguments without context, and I'm not sure how that conflicts with Iron Mans view, since I would say they align a lot. But I guess that is where Bucky comes in.
As for your movie standards Milos, I wouldn't trust your review xD