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which is better blasters or lightsabers (in general)  

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  1. 1. which is better blasters or lightsabers (in general)

    • blasters
      2
    • lightsabers
      24
    • its all good
      9
    • OMFG ><FISH'> IS SOOOOO SEXY!!!!
      7


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Woo hoo! (w00t)

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Try 40 %... :lol:

 

Getting a little narcussistic, there, aren't we, Fish??? :(

 

 

Off Topic: Oh, and with the re-writing of the Shakespeare works, does it have to be in the original old-english, or can we fuse it with Homer's Iliad and have Romeo make out with Circe? "Wherefore art thou, pig lady?"... And then have Hamlet be tortured by Polyphemus and his sheep, while Odysseus marries the three witches, while chanting about some phantom dreams... :(

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I'm still missing an option in that game, to wield a blade of some kind in my left hand and a pistol of some kind in the right hand, just for that super comic book hero look :lol:

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Off Topic: Oh, and with the re-writing of the Shakespeare works, does it have to be in the original old-english, or can we fuse it with Homer's Iliad and have Romeo make out with Circe? "Wherefore art thou, pig lady?"... And then have Hamlet be tortured by Polyphemus and his sheep, while Odysseus marries the three witches, while chanting about some phantom dreams... :lol:

 

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