Disliked Elements, Mechanics, and Tropes

You had to go there with that joke didn’t you >.<

13 Likes

Hey its not my fault the dominant Planet of the Aquarius is Uranus! Its a Bithright at this point! :joy:

It’s just classic. :slight_smile:

There’s actually a valid case for renaming Uranus, and it has nothing to do with stupid jokes. All other planets (+Pluto) have Latin names, due to being named after Roman gods. Except Uranus is a Greek name of the Greek god of the sky, which goes against the whole team. If we wanted to be consistent, we should call the seventh planet Caelus after the Roman equivalent of Ouranos.

But then again, that would mean giving Roman culture even more unwarranted attention and credit, and so I’ll endure as many bad jokes as I have to.

15 Likes

The obvious solution is to name them all after the Elements of the Soul: Chor, Shapt, Fet, Ereb, Trist, Mettle, Health, Phost, and Wist.

4 Likes

I’m a very easy person to please in CS, but one thing I dislike is the wrong pacing with a RO.
One time you’ll be forced to make out. (Not the good flirty type RO) The RO that just doesn’t have good pacing.

It’s fine when the RO wants to go at a slow pace and at the end you get a kiss!

3 Likes

I REALLY HATE ALL THESE NEW FANCY ABILITIES LIKE “MY STAND, ‘ENDORPHIN MACHINE’ CREATES AN INVULNERABLE GOLDEN HAMSTER FOR EVERY INSECT WITHIN A 3 MILE RADIUS’ OR “BECAUSE OF MATH I HAVE AN INFINITE DISTANCE”

WHAT HAPPENED TO JUST HITTING PEOPLE

8 Likes

Hitting people with math! Ultimate nerd fighting style.

7 Likes

DnD has an option for a familiar that is the manifest form of a fractal mathematical equation.

It’s still not as good, power-wise, as the owl, but you CAN hit people with math.

1 Like

You mean this Hero or Villain: Genesis? There is said… let me guess. New York.

They’re thinking of Tokyo Wizard maybe. Same author.

2 Likes

The Arithmetician, also known as Calculator, is a recurring job in the Final Fantasy series, often appearing in the tactical role-playing titles. It uses a combination of mathematics and magics to deal damage to enemies and support their allies.

4 Likes

My bad. Yes it’s been a while since I played the original hero or villain and I was thinking Japan not the US for some reason. It was probably a combo of Tokyo Wizard + remembering that the hero scale was characterised like this:

1 Like

image

MATH IS NOT REAL HOW IS IT GOING TO HURT THOUGH BESIDES MENTALLY

1 Like

I bet it’s beautiful… imagine a fractal just extending from your hand and sort of twisting around…

Here’s one of them, but the image doesn’t do it justice. It’s basically eleventy quadrillion triangles repeating into infinity.

fractalpest

1 Like

(your face)+((my fist)×20mph)=(mucho pain)

5 Likes

Sir, you’re adding faces to fistspeed, that equation is invalid. :stuck_out_tongue:

(also, it should be “mucha pain”, as pain is a feminine noun in spanish)

1 Like

That’s only the start of it, you could have Faraday cages that block lighting spells. You could have whole trees with branches and leaves.

(Pain is a feminine noun. That itself is an interesting statement.)

1 Like

Look man, I didn’t make the language. :laughing:

For bonus points, it’s also a female name.

EDIT: I have been informed that dolor is, in fact, a male noun, which is weird because the plural, dolores, can be a female name, but not a male name (I presume that when used as a common noun, dolores remains male).

2 Likes