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posts by Hellscythe Auditor | joined 16 Feb 2005 | 88


posted 09 Mar 2005, 21:03 in Off-Topic DiscussionThe LOTR Films by Hellscythe, Auditor

I too enjoyed the soundtrack. I especially like, i believe it was number seven, Ride of the Rohirrim. Thjat song was impressive. It's like, if you close your eyes, you could see the Riders of Rohan charging onto the Pelennor Fields...amazing view post


posted 17 Mar 2005, 01:03 in RPG DiscussionCharacter Classes by Hellscythe, Auditor

I also voted yes, because of two reasons. One, it will keep people from getting too out of hand with their characters, like we wont have a super-powerful character. Two, it will encourage people to be different races in order to use that races inherent abailities view post


posted 17 Mar 2005, 01:03 in RPG DiscussionFormat? by Hellscythe, Auditor

OK, here is my opinion. I think it should be a text rpg for a few reasons. One, it will force the person to actually think up their characterm describe it to the others in the room or wherever they may be. I mean, in the guilds i play in, I take 5-6 posts to describe my character, from the crests on his armor, to the cape attached to the shoulder plates, to his sword, lightning runes running along the blade. Another reason, it would be too expensive and take too much time to make visual images for each person, and not everyone may have the right requirements on their comps to see the images. view post


language translator posted 25 Jul 2006, 03:07 in Author Q & Alanguage translator by Hellscythe, Auditor

Hey, was wondering if anyone has made a english-to-kunyuri translator online to use for roleplaying purposes? view post


rp on aol chats posted 25 Jul 2006, 04:07 in RPG Discussionrp on aol chats by Hellscythe, Auditor

was wondering if any of you roleplay on aol chat rooms, and if so, would wish to make a guild based on the prince of nothing series view post


posted 28 Jul 2006, 15:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionGaming? by Hellscythe, Auditor

Ok, well, I think this will be the first time im posting outside of the rpg discussion thread. Ive played Magic: the Gathering since 1998, though I have done no tournaments as of yet (my deck sucks!) As for WoW and other online mmorpg's, I dont have the money and my mom needs help, due to my father being brain-damaged due to medical negligence. But I wont depress you all with the sad tale. view post


posted 28 Jul 2006, 15:07 in RPG DiscussionCharacter Classes by Hellscythe, Auditor

This subject has to be picked up again. If I could vote, Id vote yes. Ive seen a few people in aol guilds who play uber-god characters,like, take for example, a angel-demon-samurai-mage. Funny, huh? There are others, like 15-year old king with the powers of the druid and the ability to become incorporeal and speak with ghosts. That is why we need some control. That is why a characters abilities should be tied to their race. view post


posted 28 Jul 2006, 15:07 in RPG DiscussionQuick and Dirty Prince of Nothing RPG by Hellscythe, Auditor

Well, sorry it took me a long time to get to this thread. It seems you are on to something there, Cat. If you tell me where to get this game, Id go and get it. Also, we may need someone who works in the computer gaming industry, one who could get this game made for us... view post


posted 29 Jul 2006, 05:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionGaming? by Hellscythe, Auditor

not an rpg thread the way your thinking. Its a discussion on how to make an rpg based on the prince of nothing series. view post


posted 29 Jul 2006, 22:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionGaming? by Hellscythe, Auditor

well, I have a few ideas for a rp in chats on aol. I leave the actual computer game to those more able to accomplish the task. view post


posted 01 Aug 2006, 14:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionGaming? by Hellscythe, Auditor

well, there are a good amount of people registered onto this forum, so we should see if anyone can do it. view post


posted 01 Aug 2006, 15:08 in General AnnouncementsYour Response To the PoN by Hellscythe, Auditor

I myself have read J.R.R Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, and those books were simply awe-inspiring. But they have nothing on the Prince of Nothing series. The PoN books are an entire new world, full of history, of magic, and with a political system that reminds one of modern-day affairs. Once you pick up the book, I guarantee you that you wont want to put it down. James from New York view post


dunyain-to-english translations, online or book form posted 01 Aug 2006, 15:08 in Author Q & Adunyain-to-english translations, online or book form by Hellscythe, Auditor

Is there some sort of english to dunyain dictionary that you might be working on Scott? view post


posted 01 Aug 2006, 15:08 in Literature DiscussionFavorite books/series by Hellscythe, Auditor

Ok. I know maybe about a third of the books you guys are speaking about, but one thing really makes me sad. Out of all of the posts on this thread, I see only one person mention Terry Brooks, and even then, it was only his name. Havent any of you read the Shannara books.? those are some pretty amazing books. I myself especially like the High Druid of shannara series, when Grianna Ohmsford becomes High Druid of Paranor... those books are totally awesome. view post


posted 01 Aug 2006, 15:08 in Philosophy DiscussionWar in Lebanon by Hellscythe, Auditor

You know what really pisses me off?The fact that Hezbollah is nothing more than a puppet, controlled by Syria and Iran. I mean, think about it. Iran is probably afraid of Israel flying in and taking out their nuclear reactor like Israel did in Iraq in the 80's. So what does Iran do? It tells Hezbollah to go and start a war with Israel, keep everyone from paying attention to Iran while Iran goes about continuing to refine plutonium, despite the entire international community's repeated declarations against it. view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 14:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionGaming? by Hellscythe, Auditor

Or, the person could make the game using the rpg-maker game, then send it to a video game company and suggest to them, then we, and the millions of other PoN fans out there and send letters to said game company telling them of our support for a proper PoN game. view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 14:08 in Off-Topic DiscussionAnime by Hellscythe, Auditor

i love some anime. Rather, id like it all, but i dont have the money to buy all the anime out there. view post


posted 04 Aug 2006, 14:08 in Literature DiscussionFavorite books/series by Hellscythe, Auditor

Thank you. Im glad we got some people who know about the Shannara books. Well, anyone read Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake novels? view post


posted 09 Aug 2006, 05:08 in Literature DiscussionFavorite books/series by Hellscythe, Auditor

Ive read all of the anita blake books, and they are seductively dark, erotic and frightening. view post


posted 09 Aug 2006, 05:08 in Philosophy DiscussionWar in Lebanon by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Sighs: And yet again, here comes another smart-mouth foreigner who thinks to enlighten us with their supposed knowledge of how we in the U.S do things. So sokar, you come from England, cause if you do, I wonder where you get off preaching, when up until the 1950's you actually had "colonies". I mean, the reason why the middle-east is so full of tension is because of the action the british took, carving out a Jewish state in what was palestinian lands. view post


posted 12 Sep 2006, 22:09 in Philosophy Discussion"Have you ever met someone who is smarter than you?&quo by Hellscythe, Auditor

I voted yes. Simply out, I know there are many people in the worlds who are smarter than me. Some of them are my friends. A good number of people whom I deem smarter than me are you guys. the ones that post the deep thoughts on this board. view post


September 11th posted 12 Sep 2006, 22:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by Hellscythe, Auditor

I know, I should have posted this yesterday, but I was with my dad, so I couldnt. I want all of your views on what happened 5 years ago yesterday, how it has affected the country, and how you each personally have been affected. You can state other facts relevant to the topic, but I want all of your opinions. view post


posted 12 Sep 2006, 22:09 in Off-Topic DiscussionBeing damned by Hellscythe, Auditor

eh, i know a few moderators of various forums, and they sometimes use their mod powers a bit too much, sometimes locking whole threads. Usually it something that pisses them off...but anyway. view post


posted 14 Sep 2006, 14:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by Hellscythe, Auditor

:chuckles: Nice one Harrol. Anyway. Harrol, can you tell me your views on the world before 9/11 and how they may have been changed afterward? Anyone else can chime in if they like. view post


posted 16 Sep 2006, 00:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Nods: That was very insightful Alhana. see, this is one of the things Im looking for. I wonder now, five years later, about the circumstances that kept my dad from being in the north tower that day. Five years ago, he worked for Lexent telecom, and on September 10th, he was working on the 93rd floor in the North Tower. He was to go back up there the next day, but had not recieved the necessary equipment to finish the job, and so was sent to another job on 42nd Street. At the time, I did not know this, and, while in class, when I heard about the planes hitting the twin towers, my heart practically stopped, for at that point, I feared for my father's safety. It wasnt until the next day did I hear from him, for the cellphone network in manhattan was in disarray, and he didnt get a chance to get to a phone until the 12th. I was so glad to hear his voice, as was the rest of my family. view post


posted 16 Sep 2006, 00:09 in Off-Topic DiscussionBeing damned by Hellscythe, Auditor

well, the boards that the the person was a moderator for never really got spam, it was mostly out of spite, or because of what someone posted... view post


posted 19 Sep 2006, 15:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by Hellscythe, Auditor

Yea, it was pretty close to home. Even now, as I sit here, I wonder how my life might be different if my father happened to be in there when the towers fell. Would I be one of those at Ground Zero each year, standing by my mom as she spoke my father's name. Would I be sitting here now, or would I be doing something different. Who knows, I might have gotten myself to lose the weight and get into the military, as so many young people did in the days after 9/11. I think of all these things as I sit here, typing... view post


posted 21 Sep 2006, 22:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by Hellscythe, Auditor

Anyone else want to speak of their experiences on that day? or how they feel the country or the world was affected? view post


posted 22 Sep 2006, 22:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by Hellscythe, Auditor

Well Gierra. Normally, something like that might work, but remember, kids who usually ignored the bully prolly wound up getting beat up worse. Besides, there were other attacks that led up to 9/11, like the embassy bombings in Africa, then the first attack on the twin towers. We didnt do much after the embassy bombings, and even after the first attack on the towers, we didnt do enough, so we reaped what we sow. view post


posted 22 Sep 2006, 22:09 in Off-Topic Discussionjust wanted a topic that wasn;t spam! by Hellscythe, Auditor

lol god that is some funny shit. Where did you get those? view post


posted 25 Sep 2006, 18:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Nods: That is true Harrol. Or rather, made us a bigger target. Because remember, in the 70's and 80's the radical islamic groups hated all westerners. But, after Desert storm and other subsequent U.S military actions in the middle east, the terrorist groups turned their sights squarely on us. view post


posted 26 Sep 2006, 22:09 in Philosophy DiscussionSeptember 11th by Hellscythe, Auditor

That might be true Harrol. But it might actually be that we fear a United Middle East that doesnt support us, because if that happens, the world stage can change greatly. Especially if more groups like hezbollah form in Iraq and other places. view post


posted 30 Sep 2006, 20:09 in Philosophy DiscussionTranshumanism and Genetic Engineering by Hellscythe, Auditor

Im not even gonna try making comments about what you all have said, but I will mention the one thing that maybe you guys either havent thought of, or didnt think it might pertain to the conversation at hand. You all have seen sci-fi movies or read book where genetic engineering is used to make military weapons and the like, bio-weapons that can kill hundreds of soldiers in minutes and stuff like that. Think about what genetic engineering might do to conflicts in the future, because I dont know about you guys, but I dont think there will be peace anytime soon. view post


posted 03 Oct 2006, 04:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by Hellscythe, Auditor

You know what it is? It is children continually being putting under an increasing burden by society to be perfect, to get good grades, to be popular and all that shit. Some of the kids just can take it anymore, so they take out there frustration violently. As for the adults, well, Im not sure bout them. view post


posted 03 Oct 2006, 16:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by Hellscythe, Auditor

Thats what I meant by my post, guys. It is society to blame for how these kids are being backed into a corner, becoming more and more burdened with higher and higher standards, more refined social obligations, like a string of a guitar thats gets twisted more and more until finally...it snaos... view post


posted 04 Oct 2006, 11:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by Hellscythe, Auditor

:chuckles: I know what its like to be picked on. I was the fat kid at school, the one who played the trading card games (Magic :TheGathering). But, I never got it into my head to go shoot my tormentors. view post


posted 04 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by Hellscythe, Auditor

Well hold on. Two of the shootings were by adults,whom, only after the fact, were found out to either have been sexually molested, or to have been a molestor (sp?) I mean, there is no truly effective way of helping these people, especially if they either arent caught, in the case of the latter, or, too afraid to come forward, in the case of the former. For the former, the fear of coming forward is most likely due to the fact that society, as a whole, looks differently on those who have been molested, and molestors themselves, because most of the time, one who molests another was most likely molested himself. view post


posted 04 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by Hellscythe, Auditor

Oh yea...I play with fire :grins, lights match before running around with it: view post


posted 05 Oct 2006, 22:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by Hellscythe, Auditor

Well, Im sure Ive told you guys on other threads, but I live in Queens, NY. About as close you can get to Manhattan without living there. My neighborhood is pretty safe, havent had any shootings or stuff like that. Anyway, my point is is that there are alot of kids at the nearby junior high school (6-8th grades ), and fights happen outside of the school. But we never had anything happen there like the shootings in Colorado and Pennsylvania. view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 15:10 in Philosophy DiscussionThe new craze by Hellscythe, Auditor

I only got into two when I was in school. One was to protect a pair of sixth-graders from about two dozen other six-graders, who were taunting and cursing at the pair. I dont know why there were doing it, but me and my bro told them to lay off, and when they didnt, fists flew. It lasted about 10 minutes, stopping when an old lady came out and said " get the fuck out of here you stupid spics" Those are her exact words, and Im Italian, so you know who she was talking to. The second fight was due to the insensitive ways of one of the"popular" kids in my class. view post


posted 06 Oct 2006, 15:10 in Philosophy Discussionsuccess by Hellscythe, Auditor

Success? I would call my life a success when I have a family of my own, and am able to live a happy life. That would be my idea of a successful life view post


posted 07 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

Well, the names of the titles are cool, but I dont really use it in my posts or what not. But the fact of rank does affect me somewhat. I like having ahigher rank on the boards. It makes it seem like I am contributing somehow view post


posted 09 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Chuckles: Im surrounded by crazy people :shock: view post


posted 10 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

It's time for those of the rank of Peralogue to unite! And throw down the oppressive upper ranks. Kill the upper rankers! :Grabs a flaming torch and gathers an angry mob: view post


posted 11 Oct 2006, 12:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Takes fake flaming toch and knocks Warrior-Poet on the head, then gathers the angry mob and wrecks the executive bathrooms: Down with the subdidacts! Down with the Didacts! Down with the Sorcerers of Rank! They're rank is quite rank withe the stench of decay! view post


posted 11 Oct 2006, 20:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

We, the peralogues of the Forum, have righteousness on our side. Now fight, fight for freedom!!!: Draws his Broadsword of Justice, and cleaves through Harrol's peralogue-be-stick, then dumps glue on Gierra's chainsaw, jamming it before leading the angry mob through the executive lounge: view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 01:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:The ashes of Hellscythe slowly swirl upward, becoming a whirlwine as Hellscythe is slowly reformed. He stands now, garbed in god robes, wielding a bolt of lightning, which he proceeds to hurl at Warrior-Poet, striking him down: I AM IMMORTAL! I AM THE SAVIOR OF ALL PERALOGUES!!! view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Warrior-Poet suddenly sprouts a second head on his shoulder, hellscythe's face leering at Warrior-Poet as he spoke: Im baaaaack. And on another note, I never played D&D view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 21:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:The second head continues to speak: I played Magic: the Gathering instead...and you had your flunkie abduct people Harrol? Man thats wrong... view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 23:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:When mounted on the mantle, the head grows arms and legs, becoming a mini-Hellscythe. It now speaks with a squeaky voice: Ha ha you dumbass! You cant kill me! view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 23:10 in General AnnouncementsSpam by Hellscythe, Auditor

hehe, wow, so many pieces of crap. Then again, this thread is like a mine. Dig through all the crap, and you find pure gold. view post


posted 12 Oct 2006, 23:10 in Philosophy DiscussionWho will be President in 2008 by Hellscythe, Auditor

I voted John McCain. Seems like he is a moderate Republican. Flexible enough to at least disagree with Bush on important matters, but not agreeing with the Dems either. view post


posted 13 Oct 2006, 01:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:The hellscythe midget runs over to Warrior-Poet, and kicks him in the shin before running far, far away: view post


posted 13 Oct 2006, 21:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:from the side of the screen, a water balloon appears from nowhere, slamming into the side of Harrol's head: view post


posted 15 Oct 2006, 05:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by Hellscythe, Auditor

:chuckles: Heh, you guys are hilarious view post


posted 15 Oct 2006, 05:10 in General AnnouncementsSpam by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Grabs rifle and fires at spam: Hey Ma, we got dinner! view post


posted 16 Oct 2006, 21:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

The 1000's of mini-hellscythes look at harrol and give him a rude gesture, then start to laugh as they chant: Harrol's going down! Harrol's going down! view post


posted 17 Oct 2006, 21:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:The mini-Hellscythes get to work, making ornamental banners pledging their loyalty to Warrior-Poet: view post


posted 17 Oct 2006, 21:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionWhat happens to them. by Hellscythe, Auditor

pancakes and torture...its an IHOP = International House of Pain view post


posted 19 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:falls to the floor laughing: view post


posted 20 Oct 2006, 16:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Rolls around on the floor laughing: view post


posted 21 Oct 2006, 22:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

well that sucks. Man, isnt there a set number for these things? view post


posted 23 Oct 2006, 19:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

I cannot let you do that to those poor women Gierra. Who knows where you got them from, probably stole them away from their families in the cover of night. As A Knight of Tyrse, it is my duty to defend those who cannot defend themselves. view post


posted 24 Oct 2006, 16:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

A paldin eh...: Does the sign of the cross before raising his sword before him: Consecrate Ground! :and lo, the area around the paladin, to a distance of eight feet in each direction, became hallowed, causing damage to any undead or demonic entities who entered the circle: view post


posted 25 Oct 2006, 15:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Thinks for a moment, then points hand at Gierra: Purify! :A beam of white light strikes Gierra in the head, clearing away her delusions and leaving her painfully aware of everything: view post


posted 25 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

Alright...:Grabs a brick and throws it at gierra, striking her in the head: view post


posted 26 Oct 2006, 18:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:He ignores the whore as he prays, white light dancing along the plates of his armor. He points one hand at Harrol, and a white beam flies at Harrol: Purify!! : the beam strikes Harrol, curing him of the syphilis that plagues him: view post


posted 27 Oct 2006, 13:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Kneels down to the ground and draws a cirlce in the dirt, then begins to pray, a white light forming a barrier around him, keeping at bay all spells which might harm him: view post


posted 29 Oct 2006, 04:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

(OOC) Hey. Im not a geek. I just like rp (IC) Hellscythe writhes as he overwhelmed by herpes. He holds his hands in prayer as he speaks, his eyes looking up to the sky: God, take this disease from your servant, and grant him strength to defeat the sorcerous heathens... view post


posted 29 Oct 2006, 04:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionMythology anyone? by Hellscythe, Auditor

Mythological hero: Beowulf Favorite Creature: Pegasus God: Odin view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 03:10 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Despite Warrior-Poet's words, God does hear him, and sends his aid. A bolt of lightning strikes hellscythe, filling him with divine power. The energies burn away the herpes, and hellscythe stands, one hand pointed towards Warrior-Poet, and lo, a beam of white energy flies outward, slamming into the sorcerous heathen: view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 03:10 in Off-Topic DiscussionMythology anyone? by Hellscythe, Auditor

ive heard of the nephilim, but I dont understand what they are... view post


posted 30 Oct 2006, 03:10 in General AnnouncementsSpam by Hellscythe, Auditor

aww, ok: Grabs the spam and puts them on trophy racks: view post


posted 03 Nov 2006, 19:11 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by Hellscythe, Auditor

30 seconds to Mars- A Beautiful Lie Breaking Benjamin- Unknown Soldier view post


posted 04 Nov 2006, 16:11 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by Hellscythe, Auditor

Hoobastank- Born to Lead view post


posted 04 Nov 2006, 17:11 in Off-Topic Discussiontoronto residents.. battle recreation? by Hellscythe, Auditor

sorry im in NYC :points to the apple above his head: Also explains why im an insomniac view post


posted 02 Dec 2006, 18:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Suddenly, from above Harrol, a giant blob of jello falls, landing on him: you forgot someone: says a shadowy figure: view post


posted 02 Dec 2006, 19:12 in Off-Topic DiscussionPoN game musing? by Hellscythe, Auditor

i play lots of video games, but dont know of Oblivion. view post


posted 05 Dec 2006, 14:12 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

:Said blob from before grows appendages and starts smacking Harrol: view post


posted 20 Jun 2007, 13:06 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by Hellscythe, Auditor

Never Too Late: Three Days Grace view post


posted 20 Jun 2007, 13:06 in The Great Ordeal [supposed]Achamian by Hellscythe, Auditor

Might Kellhus try and kill the other Dunyain? view post


posted 03 Jul 2007, 18:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow listening to... by Hellscythe, Auditor

Forever- Papa Roach view post


posted 03 Jul 2007, 18:07 in Off-Topic DiscussionNow Reading... by Hellscythe, Auditor

reading the Harlequin- Laurell K. Hamilton view post


posted 03 Jul 2007, 18:07 in Philosophy DiscussionWhat happens when your soul leaves your body? by Hellscythe, Auditor

to quote what was spoking in the post before mine, when it is stated that death is a reshaping of energy., isnt that ghosts are sometimes thought of? As energy we cant see wityh the naked eye. I mean, noone can say that they havent experienced something that makes them question the existence of ghosts. view post


posted 03 Jul 2007, 18:07 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

When you achieve a certain rank, you get a pie in the face and a kick in the nuts, thought for the women itll be a purple nurple :chuckles: naw im kidding, but seriously, when will we be getting those ranks that were spoke about? view post


posted 05 Jul 2007, 19:07 in Philosophy Discussionpsychological affects of ranks in forums by Hellscythe, Auditor

Hehe yay! view post


posted 05 Jul 2007, 19:07 in Literature DiscussionNothing against female Fantasy authors but... by Hellscythe, Auditor

Mercedes Lackey's books are pretty good too view post


posted 05 Jul 2007, 19:07 in Literature DiscussionFavorite books/series by Hellscythe, Auditor

More Shannara Books coming out! And theyre gonna be about the events that occured at the end of the Great War and the Founding of Shannara view post


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