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    Re: Stalker Lore Question

    My condolences, Rag. Take care of yourself first and foremost, otherwise you'll wear yourself so thin you won't be of use to anyone else. You come first.
  2. Re: What if SC1/BW was remade as DLC for SC2?

    I'm not terribly fond of these Ihan Rii. They infringe on the Dark Templar's role as void walkers who sometimes utilize Xel'Naga artifacts. But this seems to be Blizzard's MO when conceiving new...
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    Re: Stalker Lore Question

    What? So you'll have to elaborate on this one.

    And did they forget that "Ihan Rii" was one of the names addressed to the Xel'Naga, and not a Protoss faction? Or does that mean this cult faction...
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    Re: Stalker Lore Question

    Ihan rii? That's new.

    *looks into it*

    *reads*

    Sooo... Tal-Darim. Got it.
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    Re: Stalker Lore Question

    Well it's clear dragoons embody dreads. In play style, protoss are more akin to Astartes, though they retain the Eldar aesthetic. I guess that makes dark templar thematically equivalent to Exodites. ...
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    Re: Stalker Lore Question

    Dragoons are clearly an expy of dreadnoughts from WarHammer 40K, which have a difficult time integrating into society themselves, as revered as they are. Stalkers, on the other hand, are just protoss...
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    Re: Stalker Lore Question

    From what I'm reading, it seems dragoons have a difficult time integrating themselves into society after their transplantation. I'm guessing the dark templar, being individualistic, would place some...
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    Stalker Lore Question

    So the lore would seem to imply that a Stalker shell is possessed by the spirit of a dead dark templar. However, the portrait clearly shows a living, breathing protoss head tacked onto the chassis. ...
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    Visions of VoK II

    I did a thing!

    https://cdnb.artstation.com/p/assets/images/images/018/632/923/large/christian-yaerger-lions-pride.jpg?1560136751
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  10. Re: 3D version of the unit reference pictures

    I ran across this Star Wars to Scale video and thought y'all might like it.
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    Re: Starcraft reboot ideas discussion thread

    Ugh, dude. Dude. When I first played Wings of Liberty, and aided Agria, I expected to see colonists taking refuge in Swann's hangar bay, with maybe some shuttles or transports hugging tight to the...
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    Re: Starcraft reboot ideas discussion thread

    I've always liked the idea of humans being the underdog, winning only through chance and home field advantage. I'm also a big fan of showing the dysfunction of government and military; for what I...
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    Re: New Starcraft FPS canceled

    I wonder how much of it is due to branding.

    As I said above, Blizzard property aesthetics have gone from gothic horror to cartoonish and kid-friendly. I imagine there was some tonal dissonance /...
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    Re: New Starcraft FPS canceled

    Tsk, of course they canceled it. I wouldn't be surprised if this were another casualty of the political turmoil that's overtaken Acti-Blizzard. Gotta cut them costs, y'know!

    While I would love a...
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    Sticky: Re: StarCraft II Artwork Thread

    Look at dis shit. Look at it.

    https://cdnb.artstation.com/p/assets/images/images/001/935/535/large/christophe-lacaux-alt-mecha-thor-starcraft-2-grey-version.jpg?1454824684
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  16. Re: Game of Thrones' writing is so bad now...

    Bridge4 supplies an interesting analysis on the most recent episode.
  17. Re: Lore additions from Gradius’ “Origins”?

    It's been a long time since Grad ended production on Origins, so I think it's safe to talk about the things that went on behind the scenes.

    I was involved in some of the script and concept...
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    Re: The Diablo love/hate thread

    In Kotaku's article, The Past, Present, and Future of Diablo, some Blizzard employees spoke out:

    After weak sales on 2018, Activision execs began scrutinizing all costs;



    Further, because...
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    Re: The Diablo love/hate thread

    Interesting you should bring this up right now. Seeing the holiday sale, I was considering finally getting DIII and RoS. So I downloaded the demo, set it up and tried to play. Damn thing won't work. ...
  20. Re: How did the Protoss' "primal link" actually work across history?

    Hmm... now that we're on the topic, I wouldn't mind seeing how the Dark Templar transitioned from their Aeon of Strife/Khalai roots to the space wayfarers they became. There would be a lot of...
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    Re: Short Story: In a Grain of Sand

    I was wondering when you'd stop by, Nissa! Kinda feel like you went easy on me though.

    Okay, if you were to tackle this story, how would you change it? Maybe you're thinking, "The necessary...
  22. Re: How did the Protoss' "primal link" actually work across history?

    I made a timeline, since I'm off work today and am just that bored.

    https://i.imgur.com/qsdJMll.jpg

    The Aeon of Strife lasted for hundreds, if not thousands of years. So the time period...
  23. Re: How did the Protoss' "primal link" actually work across history?

    Reading your title made me realize we've encountered the "Primal" form of each race: the Primal Zerg of Zerus; the Tal'Darim are descendants of the Aeon of Strife who never stopped fighting or...
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    Re: Short Story: In a Grain of Sand

    Yeah. I'm realizing I left this story too much in a vacuum, with too few legs to stand on. The communications -- and overall experiences -- of the yagis is envisioned to be somewhat...
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    Re: Short Story: In a Grain of Sand

    Haha yeah sorry about that! XD I've always found that stories that made you struggle to understand, participate in the narrative, were always the most engaging to me. I've always loved stories where...
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