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Headhunter128 May 24 2014, 12:29pm says:

I'm glad I can serve as your inspiration xD

+3 votes   media: BattleNet - Civil Unrest
Headhunter128 May 24 2014, 7:14am says:

Truly a dream of mine. :P

+14 votes   media: The European Dream (?)
Headhunter128 May 22 2014, 3:19am replied:


Didn't you technically lose? xD

+1 vote   media: Tal Skira
Headhunter128 May 22 2014, 2:14am says:

What's up Milos? Did you really just dismantle the Hegemony? xD

+2 votes   media: The Hegemony Fractured
Headhunter128 May 21 2014, 3:51pm replied:

Yes. My turn

Have you always been an *******?

+1 vote   download: Skill Tree for Jedi, Mandalorian and Others
Headhunter128 May 20 2014, 4:51pm replied:

My personal character was never in the event, so I shouldn't be given any. Carry on ;)

+1 vote   media: Tal Skira
Headhunter128 May 20 2014, 4:36pm says:

*As they have come far enough away from the scene the Thane shuttles split in different directions and out of the traffic, no longer needing the cover of traffic and still cloaked disappear into the city.*

OOC: I doubt Buzz droids knows civilian vehicles apart from enemy vehicles. No IFF. Poor civilians xD

+1 vote   media: Tal Skira
Headhunter128 May 20 2014, 1:41pm says:


*The two remaining shuttles cloak as the last squad is on board a thane, leaving moments before the Howler gunships arrive and mingling with civilian traffic as much as possible to avoid any attempt at detection.

Just as the Howler gunships cross the roof, the bomb in the hall below detonates in a large explosion, providing further distraction and pause for the escaping Thanes, from both gunships and Shock Troopers.*

OOC: OP Dragon much?

+1 vote   media: Tal Skira
Headhunter128 May 20 2014, 12:07pm says:

*The Thane that the Dragon have attached it too deploy fares in its face in order to break off while diverting full power to the engines. The second Thane easily avoids the fire and now targets the Dragons wings, littering it with holes.

The Rangers activate their Jetpacks and fly to a point in the sky where there is seemingly nothing until the third Thane uncloaks and takes them on board. However one of the Ranger squads is staying on the roof, where they open fire at the Dragons eyes.

T'Rani is nowhere to be seen*

+1 vote   media: Tal Skira
Headhunter128 May 20 2014, 6:39am says:

OOC: Just FYI, I think its big of me going with this (Dragon). xD


*As the Dragon breaks through the skylight, two Thane shuttles decloak above and open fire directly down with turrets and half a dozen missiles hit the dragon, engulfing it and Ori'Verda in flames.

"As you wish, T'Rani mumbles to herself."

All over the room, many of the delegates had been killed trying to get out. The Shock Troopers elsewhere in the building was caught of guard by the automated defenses and slowed down the closed blastdoors. Outside the main door into the Assembly Hall, the Shock Troopers got ambushed by the third Ranger team, who joined up with the others.*

+1 vote   media: Tal Skira
Headhunter128 May 19 2014, 1:07pm says:

*If T'Rani was surprised about the Manda'lors presence, no one could see anyway because of her helmet.

"Why am I here? Have you looked around you and seen your fellow delegates and representatives? It's quite pathetic. We have truly fallen low as a people. Since when does the Mandalorian people cater to the masses, the weak and the desperate. We rule through strength, not charades!"

She paused for moment and then continued.

"But enough talk" She made a nod to the other Rangers and they started herding the delegates into one end of the hall, the one opposite of the door out. Near the delegates they placed a large device with a timer on it, set to 5 minutes. As they were doing this they dropped several bags of durasteel swords and moved away.

"If anyone here wants to make it out alive, they'll have to fight their way out."

T'Rani moved in front of Ori'Verda, her Rangers behind her all with drawn blades. "I myself challenge you to a duel, by our old ways, you have chose a weapon... Manda'lor" She said, the last word as it gave her a sour taste in her mouth.*

+1 vote   media: Tal Skira
Headhunter128 May 19 2014, 7:02am replied:

Well, not THAT much have happend. Me and Ori did the Ruusan event, but other than that nothing really.

+1 vote   media: Holonet News - Attempted Attack on Eriadu?
Headhunter128 May 18 2014, 3:31pm says:

*On Mandalore, T'Rani was sitting in the back of a Thane shuttle with four other rangers. Two shuttles of the same type, each with a group of Rangers as well had just passed through the security perimeter. The benefit of being a Ranger had always been that no one asked any questions and no one stood in the way.

Up ahead was the Hegemony Assembly Hall and a meeting was taking place. Hundreds if not more officials from all over was gathered in order to decide... well... something. These days no one really knows what is going on in these meeting. Its not like these representatives have any real power in the Hegemony anyway.

The shuttles sat down on a platform nearby, all the Rangers now cloaked and exited the shuttles, heading for the large building and the shuttles took off again. They had to go get something while the rangers were moving into position. 15 minutes later, the Intercom crackles a little and a voice whispers

"T'Rani, we are in position. Group 2 have taken the security room and disabled communications to the outside. Shall we proceed?"

"Yes, its time to begin. Lock the doors to the main hall and trigger the alarm. Give it 30 seconds the trigger the automated defenses, have them target everything that moves and then lock all blastdoors throughout the building"

As the alarm began, T'Rani decloaked inside the Assembly room along with the two squads she brought in with her. The immediately dispatched any guards in the room. It was time to begin*

+1 vote   media: Tal Skira
Headhunter128 May 18 2014, 1:44pm replied:

Guards! GUARDS!

Arrest this man!


+5 votes   group: Star Wars - Roleplay Group
Headhunter128 May 18 2014, 10:21am says: +2 votes   group: Humor, satire, parody
Headhunter128 May 16 2014, 6:36pm says:

Well, I thank you kind sir for putting the Danish Frogmen on the list xD

+4 votes   media: Best Special Forces on the Planet
Headhunter128 May 15 2014, 9:42am says:

*Was the Mandalorian serious? Hmph. Who cares. He filled the one glass with water and the other with Bonadan Whisky, the latter he himself drank in one swoop.

"The man you are looking for maybe out of your reach, if we are talking about the same person here at least. Then again, how many Mandalorian deserters join the Federation eh?" He said as he chuckled over a joke that only on old war veteran like himself understood

"But if I were you, your best guess would be the Embassy District. That's where people with diplomatic immunity lives anyway, working for the Federation or not."

He poured another drink for himself and then continued, this time speaking a little louder.

"Good luck Mandalorian in getting your friend, he doesn't belong here....". The Cantina fell silent as most were now starring at the Mandalorian in silence.

"Oh, and that's 3 Credits for the water."*

+1 vote   media: A New Hunt
Headhunter128 May 15 2014, 5:55am replied:

Come to Denmark, I'll even buy you a beer or two.

+1 vote   media: RETCONNED Operation: Intersect RETCONNED
Headhunter128 May 15 2014, 5:09am says:

*The bartender studies the Mandalorian for a moment then picks two small glasses and places them on the table. "Whats your poison Mandalorian? Can't have a discussion with a dry throat."

OOC: Hope you don't mind ;)

+1 vote   media: A New Hunt
Headhunter128 May 15 2014, 3:58am says:

How much knowledge and scientific progress was lost is hard to say, however I don't think it is entirely wrong in that progress was halted in some way or another in Europe for quite some time.

I don't blame Christianity though, occasional superstitious fear aside. ;)

The dark age in Europe was definitely a result of the fall of the Roman Empire and a century of incompetent leadership. You can blame barbarians as well, but in the end they are just the repercussions of Roman actions going back centuries.

+4 votes   media: Christianity didn't cause the Dark Ages
Headhunter128 May 14 2014, 8:49am says:

That guy never bores me. Such fascinating and humbling perspectives. I feel like I am always learning something new or gain a new perspective from that guy.

+3 votes   media: Neil deGrasse Tyson - Science/Faith Irreconcilable
Headhunter128 May 14 2014, 4:44am replied:

The existence of something shouldn't be defined in any lesser or greater extent by it doing nothing to stop people like Hitler.

Although I would consider people the exception to that rule. But that's another discussion.

+1 vote   media: Hitler was anti-Christian
Headhunter128 May 11 2014, 11:14am says:

Normally I like conspiracy theories because I tend to believe many at least touches some aspect of truth. But there being no planes at all? Nah.

Just explosions? what about all the witnesses? I doubt they were all in on such a thing. We also have those that started recording with phones and cameras after the first hit.

I refuse to believe that all the media and thousands of witnesses were in on such a thing. No way.

+6 votes   news: 9/11 Events - Official Story vs The Truth
Headhunter128 May 10 2014, 3:16pm replied:

I'm not here often enough to know what you mean by "internet atheists". If anything, I would presume to be among those. Which I guess you could say I did. As I never really involve myself in debates such as these outside of the internet.

(Don't get the straw man reference, sorry)

And the "generalization" was not an argument/accusation or anything of the like. I apologize if that is how it was presented. I guess the sarcasm didn't pass through in translation.

That aside, I believe the rest of my points stand.

0 votes   media: Is atheism exempt from criticism?
Headhunter128 May 9 2014, 5:34pm replied:


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Headhunter128 May 9 2014, 2:33am says:

Thank you for generalizing. Always encourages positive thoughts.

No, Atheism is not above criticism, imo nothing is, that's a stupid standpoint and in most atheist and religious debates, highly hypocritical. However, I would like to point out that I think the criticism you have is not in regard to atheism, but certain atheist debaters.

Personally, I can't imagine any real criticism of atheism by itself (Forget the people for a moment). If we define it as "Not believing in a higher party or deity". Then I see it as a matter of Free Will and the right to make your own choices in life.

Something else. That pic is unnecessary flamebait. If this is how you go about debates, then I'm not surprised that you see the worst in us.

+3 votes   media: Is atheism exempt from criticism?
Headhunter128 May 8 2014, 1:15pm replied:

OOC: You mean half of them? xD Like those about opposing players, GM functions, Move restrictions etc.

You can leave this be, but anyone at any time down the line can call foul on it.

Now that I have ruined your fun. I shall take my leave. Cya.

(MUHAHAHAHA.. ahem... bye)

+2 votes   media: RETCONNED Operation: Intersect RETCONNED
Headhunter128 May 5 2014, 5:01pm replied:

OOC: Also waste of time as the RP system makes your moves null.

+2 votes   media: RETCONNED Operation: Intersect RETCONNED
Headhunter128 May 1 2014, 11:38am says:

Yeah, RP is dead. We tried to get it going several times but we failed. :(

Btw, when is the next Squad up Bro? We be waitin' for ya :p

+2 votes   blog: New speed blog!
Headhunter128 Apr 11 2014, 6:13pm replied:

If Ukraine is split, it would destroy the Ukrainian economy, seeing as it is the eastern parts that holds a majority of the industry. This would also leave the EU with yet another economic burden to lift.

As for humiliation, it all depends on how the nation is split up. Russia bullying Ukraine into a split, is a slap in the face to the EU and the vest, if not to be considered open mockery.

These things should be done the proper way. Not through intimidation, brute force or the like. If we let people like Putin get away with these things, we open the doors for other nations to do the same, whether their cause is righteous or not.

I get the impression often that people seem to think Europe is acting overly aggressive (or defensive depending on how you see it) over this whole ordeal, I just see it as a sign that we've learned our lesson from WW2.

+3 votes   media: Eastern Ukraine
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