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About Oceanus

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  • Gender Male
  • Location AR
  • Interests Children's card games, lolligagging, horse-playing, tomfoolery, running amok, running rampant, causing mischief, ninjaing around, rummaging, ransacking, scavenging, and evil-doing.
  1. Youtube comments are the most meaningless lines of words in existence.
  2. I just wanna play FF Type-0 so fucking bad. The operation for it keeps getting nibble after nibble and nothing else.
  3. I agree about Emmara. She's just not inspiring in any way shape or form. I'm a casual player through and through and she doesn't call to me as "interesting design" at all. For such a simple card, it's almost like she deserved to be cheaper and smaller.   The column is designing a Commander deck for her, and asks what besides tokens does it need. That's a [i]good question[/i], because what does it need? The only expansion to the deck you could consider would be protection for her and mass removal protection. That's pretty much all the deck would need to be covered on every basis of the game.
  4. I liked Nameless Inversion a lot.
  5. It's a get-out-of-jail-free card when you need it, and an anthem when you don't.
  6. [i]Moonrise Kingdom[/i]:   I hate that I missed this one when it came out last year. It sucks that so many good movies miss the radar and you end up having nobody to talk to about it and you can't have answers.   This film is extraordinary. It looks like comedy and kiddy, but it's a coming-of-age tale about a couple of kids that run away together and find themselves coming into their own when finally escaping their 1960's pent-up lifestyles.   But the most important thing that you have to see is just the essence of the movie, the style. It's extremely unique and entertaining. Actions conveyed through pictures, boy scout leaders in drab ranger hats, the sporadic wackiness of conversation, and of course the godly soundtrack that's completely Classical and orchestral masterpieces that just emanates the [i]perfect[/i], particular mood for each scene. You might as well just describe the style like propaganda film and posters from then. The style is [i]everything[/i], and the movie is worth it for that alone. It's like when you see a movie and you think, "is this a Tim Burton movie?" That's the clue to tip you off that there's something imaginative and creative about that film making. And when it rarely happens and it's all held together by a director like Wes Anderson, you surprisingly find yourself in for a treat.
  7. Tajic is cool. Indestructible is vastly underrated by the public. More importantly, he's a true Battalion lord. An important facet of battalion is that getting in either a) pushes you very far ahead or b) has no drawback. You never have to worry about Tajic as a drawback, he'll always come home from a war.     I admit, though, that I thought he was going to be somewhere around the 4/4 4RW range. Agrus Kos range I guess.
  8. This is so awesome. We were watching season 1 audio commentary a few weeks ago and I wondered whatever happened to Barrister Selmy. I jokingly described exactly what would eventually become the ending of S03E01. My denial-laden roommate shat bricks.     Anyway, I have no memory or understanding of the tragedy of Harrenhal.
  9. I mean redesigned to be mythic. I just prefer legendaries to be Mythic. Also, they'll probably all turn out to be Casual power houses and not see play otherwise.
  10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GMHl7bmlzw   It speaks to you, ya? You know it when you see, ya...
  11. IIRC I just lost Cid. The team-making aspect of the plot just feels so contrived and sticks out like a sore thumb. I just kind of wasn't having fun, so why go on, you know?
  12. http://www.rogerebert.com/   It's beautiful.
  13. Wish the champions had been Mythic.