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by EdBecerra
2011-02-01 11:24pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: [oBSG/BT] Mission of Civilization
Replies: 148
Views: 41416

Re: [oBSG/BT] Mission of Civilization

In theory, the Cylons should have some kind of insane efficiency of their own. And it's nice to see that Iblis, for all his power, still can't find a copy of the Evil Overlords List. Seriously, if that's evolution, I'm not sure I want any. It seems to make you stupid, or at the very least, arrogant...
by EdBecerra
2011-01-15 09:37pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: [oBSG/BT] Mission of Civilization
Replies: 148
Views: 41416

Re: [oBSG/BT] Mission of Civilization

Eternal_Freedom wrote:This story goes from brilliant to even better every chapter. I'm particularly found of the bits with Apollo, Starbuck and Brie.
I dunno... Brie's role seems pretty cheesy to me. :D

But hey, I hope the author can milk it for all it's worth. :lol:

Ed Becerra
by EdBecerra
2010-09-08 02:34am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: Gotham Intelligence - James Bond vs. The Batman (Completed)
Replies: 54
Views: 13022

Re: Gotham Intelligence - James Bond vs. The Batman (Act 3!

I think I'm having the most fun watching Batman fumble around in the dark, thinking he is fighting some sort of super mobsters. I wonder if he is going to go "Oh crap, the CIA/MI6!" or the "It's mobsters pretending to be the CIA/MI6!" route. Well, really, Bond really should have...
by EdBecerra
2010-08-23 05:55pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide Epilogue Up
Replies: 630
Views: 129137

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide Part Eighty Four Up

impatrick4life wrote:"Oh, my God, I killed my wife....":twisted:
Of course, in this story, it's possible to be standing there and numbly muttering "Oh my wife, I've killed my God!" :twisted:

Ed.
by EdBecerra
2010-07-17 02:58am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Six Up

Thus, the British Readers should rejoice. Their Military Ops are (UnOfficially) the First Living Humans inside the Eternal City. Petraeus smiled. "I see the SAS are living up to their reputation s then. There is more than one SAS unit, and they are not all British :twisted: Meh. To hear the Br...
by EdBecerra
2010-07-13 07:58pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Six Up

"I can honestly say that Her Majesty's Armed Forces have no covert operations groups stationed outside The Eternal City." Sir Michael Jackson sounded positively righteous. :angelic: I wanna know how the SAS got inside. That story would be badass in and of itself. :lol: At least Michael is...
by EdBecerra
2010-07-13 07:49pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Five Up

SilverHawk wrote:People need to remember the scale of the W54. At the most, you're going to get a city block with it's max setting of 22 tons of explosive power. So your target needs to be specific, close and unmoving.
Unless you pack cobalt around it. Yay for Cobalt-60! :twisted:

Ed.
by EdBecerra
2010-07-11 02:44am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Five Up

Stuart wrote:Friday 16th? It'll be up by then. Probably. Unless something terrible happens.
Pity it couldn't be Friday the 13th... :)

Ed.
by EdBecerra
2010-07-11 02:41am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Five Up

When people say 'suitcase nuke' they mean 'nuclear device in a large trunk that two men can probably move with a hand cart'. You won't see one on a commuter train. Actually not that large. Reference the "Davy Crockett" nuke, the W54 model. Small enough (in volume) to fit in a backpack, th...
by EdBecerra
2010-07-08 11:49pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Four Up

Nematocyst wrote:
Pelranius wrote:I thought that Angel (trying to remember who it was, are you talking about one of the Bowl of Wrath pourers?) seemed to be larger than the rank and file.
As I say, he was an Ophanim. But the normal angels are still too much target for a Starstreak.
Perhaps a Megatron instead? :lol:

Ed.
by EdBecerra
2010-07-05 02:37am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Four Up

"Sealed from Earth" hmm... IIRC Yahweh imposed some kind of "agreement" on all his competitors to lay off. To what extent they actually kept to this remains to be seen. (Maybe Cthulhu "dabbled" a little, sending nightmares to Lovecraft, heh) In any case, now all bets a...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-30 08:41pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Three Up

Of course Germany would have to fight with the US eventually. The key word here is, eventually. Actually, Hitler kind of planned on that. When the second, unpublished volume of Mein Kampf was found, the Zweites Buch , it pretty much abandoned the (relatively) mild admiration for American industrial...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-30 07:58pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Three Up

The only two-thumbed critter I know of is the koala. Perhaps a sentient race that died out before humans arrived? Well, Giant Pandas have a pseudo-thumb, that's actually part of their wrist bone, warped such that it protrudes out like a thumb would. I suspect that this isn't relevant, though, cool ...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-25 03:04am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy Two Up

PPS Another by the way; look at the suit worn by the AA gunner on a Project 1241 missile boat to protect him from the ship's own radar. The head protection is a close-fitting semi-spherical cup of a foil like substance; just like the foil hats described in the story. So that's a very practical appl...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-19 08:47pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

Ha. Well, we won't see him, but he's an interesting example because he's one of the few premodern people who can contribute something to modern society. Assuming, of course, that he's still more or less sane after spending 200 years bathing in fire. Actually, that might make his music even MORE cre...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-15 07:43pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

Either angels and demons have the ability to undergo slow shape-shifts, or there is some effect at work in heaven and hell that can physically reform living creatures. Possibly highly power individuals like Yaweh and Satan can control the effect over time to shape the inhabitants of the realm. This...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-13 06:04am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

GrayAnderson wrote:P.S. I found a typo: In Ch. 5, you refer to an "owl of wrath". I know they may get irritable, but...
Maybe they're just grumpy from all the work they do at Hogworts? :mrgreen:

Ed.
by EdBecerra
2010-06-13 01:27am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

Well, 10ft and 1200lbs (Gigantopithecus) seems to be the upper limit for the traditional layout of apes. I wouldn't be surprised if these angelic gas bladders are partially inflated all the time to give buoyancy to the giants. Those large bodied angels might be predominantly gas bladders. *snerk* W...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-12 10:34pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

Well, given I'd been assuming up till now that Maion was a typical size for a female angel, war-brides seemed unlikely. However if the majority of them are in a human compatible size (even 8 feet tall isn't out of the question, of course at 6'4" myself, I've probably got an odd idea on what 'o...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-12 10:25pm
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

And further more, a 20ft (or there abouts) dominatrix? General Dynamics Land Systems, that is terrifying. *laughs* My first girlfriend, when she was on the clock, was a professional domme in Nuremburg. So trust me, I speak from experience when I say that a twenty foot tall dominatrix could gather q...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-12 06:07am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

On a less furry note, what numerical proportion are we talking in terms of "rural" Second-Lifers (and therefore more likely to have gotten a great deal that'd understandably tie them to the angels) compared to the "urban" Second-Lifers (not so much)? I didn't really get a sense ...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-12 03:16am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

Nay, nay! Say not the dreaded name or it shall appear, spreading yiff and perversion all throughout the land! So that is the guy you were thinking of, then? Why would he be particularly interested in angels and/or something for feminists to get upset about any more than anybody else, pray tell? *gr...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-12 02:21am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

And somewhere in the USA, the infamous D**g W*ng*r is trying to get interviews with female angels - ANY female angels. Who, this guy? http://en.wikifur.com/wiki/Doug_Winger And if it isn't him you'll probably have to tell me who you were really thinking of, because I'm honestly curious now... Nay, ...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-12 01:49am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

Heh, Luga probably doesn't realize it, but with her very public lifestyle, she's going to be setting a lot of the model for how people think about Succubi, for good and ill. -- Brett Of course, you assume she's not a typical succubi. There's a reason for stereotypes. Good or bad, they're an effecti...
by EdBecerra
2010-06-12 01:41am
Forum: User Fiction
Topic: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Eighty One Up
Replies: 4810
Views: 526246

Re: The Salvation War: Pantheocide. Part Seventy One Up

spartasman wrote:And thus the porn industry flourishes.
And somewhere in the USA, the infamous D**g W*ng*r is trying to get interviews with female angels - ANY female angels. :shock:

Feminists throughout the planet cringe in horror... :lol:

Ed Becerra