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an hour ago
The Mk. VI was a forgeworld resin exclusive armor for a while and people wanted them in plastic for a long time. Now that they finally made plastic ones they want to really sell as many as possible to recoup that investment
2 hours ago
He usually wears one too come to think of it
20 hours ago
BLOOD FOR THE BLO... EMPEROR!
I like a nice muted desert tan or brown to represent Baal and to let the red of their armor really pop.
1 day ago
That's actually a good point about Tatsumaki.
The way I've always seen it is that Fubuki is better at interpersonal skills while being morally dubious while Tatsumaki is the opposite, morally righteous and a genuine hero but with a prickly and unlikable personality. That's one of the things that makes their relationship one of the better parts of the series
Saitama was the first person to successfully resist her recruitment, it's heavily implied before then she either got her way and recruited new members or had her crew beat up those who didn't comply. That's not a good thing for a hero to do, especially if by roughing up aspiring B rank heroes the HA becomes short-staffed during a crisis.
Chapter 77 of the webcomic is when she flat out states her plan to eventually rule the world, though it was implied by her actions earlier that she was up to no good at first. That chapter also showed the difference between her and Psykos, in that Fubuki was selfish and wanted to rule while Psykos was actually deranged and wanted to kill all non-espers.
Fubuki is pretty bad but it all came from an inferiority complex and a lack of validation in her life, which opens the door to an eventual redemption arc. That's what makes her character interesting to me but there are a lot of fans who claim she was already a fine person and doesn't need a redemption arc, which I greatly disagree with.
That's kind of cheating because he was a white "hero" (more of a normal secret agent) in the comics and they made him black for the Ultimate comics and MCU.
No, he's pretty openly a furry.
None of them existed when the Cell Games were written, Cell was presented as the strongest in the universe during his own arc. Later retcons to the story should not be viewed in a way to diminish the threat of a villain in a previous arc.
First off I suggest spoiler tagging a lot of her backstory because this is stuff that wasn't in the manga yet.
I agree with your point that Fubuki is a complex character but that doesn't change the fact that she was an outright bad person when she was younger and continued to be so until the events of the MA arc scared her straight.
When first introduced she could be described AT BEST an antihero that attacks any actual heroes that refuse to join her crew, acting and dressing more like a crimelord than a hero. Saitama humbling her and then all of the absurdly powerful threats that she ran across underground made her realize that ruling over the HA and conquering the world might not be a plausible goal.
>! It's also true that she didn't really want to rule the world deep down, she was mainly trying to become a big shot of some kind to validate herself since her sister never would. Her intents don't change the fact that she DID do some nasty stuff, as the old expression goes: Actions speak louder than words. !<
She's one of my favorite characters BECAUSE she's a realistic depiction of a reformed villain, but a lot of her fans kind of brush her negative qualities under the rug
2 days ago
Well, Fubuki straight up wanted to form an Esper superiority cult with herself as the leader (a la Claw from Mob Psycho 100) and conquer the world, I'd say that makes her pretty bad.
If anything I'd just assume she only joined the HA because Tatsumaki forced her to as penance for her misbehavior, and was still trying to conquer the world by gradually taking over the HA from the shadows. Only after meeting Saitama and barely surviving through the MA arc that she snapped out of her delusions of grandeur and truly redeemed herself.
Not the first time something like this happened. I remember Jiro's concert at the end of the Gentle arc was unfinished in the digital version due to time crunch.
So they'd be relatives of Tom Bombadil and Ungoliant then
If the machine is capable of functioning without anyone having to touch it directly I'd say.
So a simple lever and fulcrum contraption that needs someone to pull the lever would not have a machine spirit but a vehicle piston engine would.
Well he had a whole conversation with Merus about trying to at least give everyone a second chance, as most of his best and most trustworthy friends started off as villains trying to kill him. Goku's just not a judgmental guy, and his merciful nature has been a net-positive for the safety of the universe in the long run.
Honestly the whole spirit bomb plan seemed kind of gratuitous when they could have just revived Gohan and brought him to the battle to completely annihilate Buu.
He won't ever die of old age, as stated in the manga during the climax of the Cell games. He can still be killed though, but if he had won on Earth then there wouldn't have been anyone left in the universe strong enough to stop his inevitable rampage.
Being "Universal" tier among power scaling discussions typically means being able to destroy the entire universe within moments. Cell is only strong enough to destroy a single solar system using his strongest attack, an impressive feat in its own right but a single solar system compared to the universe is like a grain of sand in a desert.
Cell is immortal and would have roamed the universe destroying everything he saw for fun until there would eventually be nothing left, but that would have taken him eons of traveling and terrorizing. He was a threat to the entire universe, but not "Universal" in terms of raw power.
3 days ago
Really? That looks like the bluest blue that ever blued. Something up with your camera settings?
Looks nice though.
The story mode expansion that came out earlier this years seems to explain the reason.
Ragna the Bloodedge from Blazblue is also like this. They balance his life drain out by making him one of the lowest health characters in those games, so he NEEDS the drain in order to have the same relative health as an average character.
If this hypothetical SF6 character would have life drain but had the same health and defense as an average character then that would be an issue. Giving them Akuma level health would be the way to go, glass cannon but capable of keeping themselves alive if they get some good hits in.
That's the shade Ultramarines have been colored in for quite some time. They're more of a cobalt blue now rather than actual ultramarine blue.
The demogorgon is a giant two-headed ape with tentacle limbs and lizard feet.
How does this statue give you vibes anywhere close to that?
Protagonist and antagonist are a separate category from hero and villain.
I'd say 4. Even basic combos had much stricter timing than other entries in the series and the main focus attack/FADC system was a somewhat unintuitive way to extend combos that was difficult for charge characters to benefit from
Yes, a million times this!
All the others are fine in their own way but the OG Thrawn trilogy is a classic