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Khas last won the day on July 22

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    Official ASVS Mad Scientist
  • Birthday 04/30/1991


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    Biology student who escaped from the loony bin.
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  1. Caillou's Ebolaween 2014

    This is hilariously dirty.
  2. Actually splitting it up like that was my brother's idea, not mine.
  3. Darth Chimera's Photo Album - NSFW

    Video, rather than Photo. Still counts, though. Enterprise meets Obi-Wan.mp4
  4. Well, now that Ric has recovered, all I can say is this:
  5. Trek Wars: Battlefront

    Well, since I can't think of anywhere else to post this, I'll post it here. Back in 2007/2008, I had an idea for a Star Trek/Star Wars crossover game that would play like Star Wars: Battlefront II. Now, I've decided to give this idea a second shot. Set in the Star Trek Online era for the Star Trek side, and the Original Trilogy era for the Star Wars side. Four factions - Federation, Klingon, Rebel, and Empire. There would be five classes of pilotable starfighter (Staple Fighter, Interceptor, Bomber, Raider, and Transport), eight classes of Infantry (Basic Soldier, Sniper, Heavy Weapons, Engineer, Specialist 1, Specialist 2, Specialist 3, and Pilot), and two classes of Ground Vehicle for each faction. With both land and space combat modes. Well, here are the lists for them, and (in the case of starfighters, infantry, and vehicles), their weapons. Federation - Starfighters - - Peregrine-class Fighter (Staple Fighter – Phaser Cannons, Photon Torpedoes) - - Type-9 Shuttle (Interceptor – Phaser Emitters, Photonic Missiles) - - Condor-class Attack Ship (Bomber – Phaser Cannons, Photon Torpedoes) - - Stalker-class Stealth Fighter (Raider – Tetryon Cannons, Quantum Torpedoes) - - Danube-class Runabout (Transport – Phaser Emitters, Photon Torpedoes) - Frigates - - Excelsior-class Starship - - Akira-class Starship - - Defiant-class Starship - Flagship - - Jupiter-class Starship - Infantry - - M.A.C.O. (Basic Soldier – Phaser Rifle, Phaser Pistol, Photon Grenades) - - M.A.C.O. Sniper (Sniper – TR-116 Rifle, Phaser Pistol, Photon Grenades) - - M.A.C.O. Commando (Heavy Weapons – Isomagnetic Disintegrator, CRM-114, Phaser Pistol, Photon Grenades, “Houdini” Mines) - - Starfleet Engineer (Engineer – Ion Cutter, Engineering Tricorder, Phaser Pistol, Ammo Dispenser) - - Caitian Hunter (Specialist 1 – Tetryon Rifle, Tetryon Pistol, Railgun Drone Turret, Thoron Field Generator, Photon Grenades) - - Aenar Psi-Trooper (Specialist 2 – Psionic Pulse, Phaser Pistol, Illusion Projection, Photon Grenades) - - Starfleet Medic (Specialist 3 – Medical Tricorder, Hypospray, Phaser Pistol) - - Starfleet Pilot (Pilot – Phaser Pistol, Photon Grenades) - Ground Vehicles - - Argo-class Dune Buggy (Ground Vehicle 1 – Phaser Cannon) - - Vanguard-class Phaser Tank (Ground Vehicle 2 – Heavy Phaser Cannon) Klingon - Starfighters - - To’Duj-class Fighter (Staple Fighter – Disruptor Cannons, Photon Torpedoes) - - Toron-class Shuttle (Interceptor – Disruptor Emitters, Photonic Missiles) - - Naga-class Fighter (Bomber – Disruptor Cannons, Photon Torpedoes) - - Stinger-class Fighter (Raider – Disruptor Cannons, Photon Torpedoes) - - Kivra-class Shuttle (Transport – Disruptor Banks, Photon Torpedoes) - Frigates - - B’Rel-class Bird-of-Prey - - K’t’inga-class Starship - - Vor’cha-class Starship - Flagship - - Vo’Quv-class Starship - Infantry - - Klingon Warrior (Basic Soldier – Disruptor Rifle, Disruptor Pistol, Photon Grenades, Bat’leth) - - Rifleman (Sniper – Long-Range Disruptor Rifle, Disruptor Pistol, Photon Grenades) - - Honor Guard (Heavy Weapons – Disruptor Minigun, Tetryon Pulse Launcher, Bat’leth, Photon Grenades, Disruptor Pistol, “Houdini” Mines) - - Klingon Engineer (Engineer – Ion Cutter, Engineering Tricorder, Disruptor Pistol, Ammo Dispenser) - - Targ Handler (Specialist 1 – Disruptor Rifle, Photon Grenades, War Targ Pack) - - Orion Matron (Specialist 2 – Disruptor Pistols, Photon Grenades, Pheromones) - - Dahar Master (Specialist 3 – Disruptor Pistols, Bat’leth, Photon Grenades) - - Klingon Pilot (Pilot – Disruptor Pistol, Photon Grenades) - Ground Vehicles - - K’sal-class APC (Ground Vehicle 1 – Disruptor Turrets) - - Kang-class Disruptor Battery (Ground Vehicle 2 – Heavy Disruptor Cannon) Rebel - Starfighters - - X-Wing (Staple Fighter – Laser Cannons, Proton Torpedoes) - - A-Wing (Interceptor – Blaster Cannons, Concussion Missiles) - - Y-Wing (Bomber – Laser Cannons, Proton Torpedoes) - - B-Wing (Raider – Laser Cannons, Proton Torpedoes) - - U-Wing (Transport – Laser Cannons, Proton Torpedoes) - Frigates - - GR75 Transport - - CR90 Corvette - - Nebulon-B Frigate - Flagship - - MC80 Mon Cal Cruiser - Infantry - - Rebel Trooper (Basic Soldier – Blaster Rifle, Blaster Pistol, Thermal Detonators) - - Rebel Marksman (Sniper – E-17d Sniper Rifle, Blaster Pistol, Thermal Detonators) - - Rebel Vanguard (Heavy Weapons – HH-15 Rocket Launcher, Blaster Pistol, Thermal Detonators, 3HX3 Mines) - - Smuggler (Engineer – Blaster Cannon, Fusion Cutter, Detpack, Ammo Dispenser) - - Bothan Spy (Specialist 1 – Incinerator Rifle, Stealth Field Generator, Regenerating Health, Blaster Pistol, TB-47 Time Bomb) - - Wookiee Warrior (Specialist 2 – Wookiee Bowcaster, HH-4 Grenade Launcher, Thermal Detonators, Mark IV Recon Droid) - - Droideka (Specialist 3 – Twin-Linked Blaster Cannons, Deflector Shield Generator) - - Rebel Pilot (Pilot – Blaster Pistol, Thermal Detonators) - Ground Vehicles - - Snowspeeder (Ground Vehicle 1 – Twin Blaster Cannons) - - AAC-1 Hover Tank (Ground Vehicle 2 – Multiple Rocket Launchers) Empire - Starfighters - - TIE Fighter (Staple Fighter – Laser Cannons, Proton Torpedoes) - - TIE Interceptor (Interceptor – Blaster Cannons, Concussion Missiles) - - TIE Bomber (Bomber – Laser Cannons, Proton Torpedoes) - - TIE Defender (Raider – Laser Cannons, Concussion Missiles) - - Lambda-class Shuttle (Transport – Laser Cannons, Proton Torpedoes) - Frigates - - Arquitens-class Light Cruiser - - Gozanti-class Cruiser - - Victory-class Star Destroyer - Flagship - - Imperial-class Star Destroyer - Infantry - - Stormtrooper (Basic Soldier – Blaster Rifle, Blaster Pistol, Thermal Detonators) - - Scout Trooper (Sniper – E-11 Sniper Rifle, Repeating Blaster Pistol, Thermal Detonators) - - Shock Trooper (Heavy Weapons – PTL Rocket Launcher, Repeating Blaster, Thermal Detonators, KE-6b Mines) - - Imperial Engineer (Engineer – Blast Cannon, Fusion Cutter, Detpack, Ammo Dispenser) - - Imperial Officer (Specialist 1 – Sonic Blaster, V-6d Mortar Launcher, Rage, Mark IV Recon Droid, Thermal Detonators) - - Death Trooper (Specialist 2 – Heavy Blaster Rifle, Light Repeating Blaster, Fragmentation Grenades) - - Enforcer Droid (Specialist 3 – Heavy Blaster Rifle, Computer Interface Arm, Thermal Detonators) - - Imperial Pilot (Pilot – Blaster Pistol, Thermal Detonators) - Ground Vehicles - - AT-ST (Ground Vehicle 1 – Twin Blaster Cannons) - - AT-AT (Ground Vehicle 2 – 2 Heavy Blaster Cannons, 2 Triple Blaster Cannons) Unlike Battlefront II, however, you would get to pick both who you were playing as AND who your enemy was. So, you wouldn't necessarily have Federation-vs-Klingon or Rebel-vs-Empire matches. There could also be 2-vs-2 matches, 3-vs-3, or even 4-vs-4. So, hypothetically, you could have a Federation/Klingon/Rebel/Empire tag-team fighting another Federation/Klingon/Rebel/Empire tag-team. However, there would be one mode different from Battlefront. Survival Mode. In this mode, after you chose your faction and class (for ground combat, in space, you'd just choose your faction), you'd find yourself as part of a joint Federation/Klingon/Rebel/Imperial task force, or rather, what was left of one. Seems most of your army or fleet was wiped out by either the Borg or Species 8472, and now, whoever's left has to survive the onslaught. These "Survival" matches will be set at creepy places like Mustafar, Dathomir, Dagobah, or Empok Nor. So, yes, imagine fighting the Borg or Species 8472 at any of those places (especially Mustafar) while music like the following plays:
  6. The Tuvok Song

  7. Well, Wood and Metal were considered elements in the Chinese element system (which was Fire, Water, Earth, Wood, and Metal), so we're still discussing whether or not to combine the European and Chinese element models or not.
  8. My brother wants to keep things simple, and prevent the number of elements from spiraling out of control. He's doing seven elements at the most, so I'm not entirely sure what he's got planned. I'll ask him tomorrow after work.
  9. Basically what's going on is this: my brother's trying to revamp Dungeons & Dragons' magic system, so that each magic-using class (Cleric, Paladin, Druid, Sorcerer, Necromancer, and Wizard) uses different classical elements for their magic. Right now, we're stuck between choosing a system that uses five elements (Fire, Water, Earth, Air, Spirit), and one that uses seven (Fire, Water, Earth, Air, Wood, Metal, Spirit). If we go with the five element system, the spells for plant-based magic get split up - with some plant spells ending up listed as "Water" magic, and others as "Earth" magic. The same rules apply to metal-based magic, only with Fire replacing Water. If we go with a seven element system, however, all plant spells will fall under the element of Wood, and all metal spells falling under the element of Metal.
  10. *gets pounded with cheesecake* This isn't what I had in mind... Maybe I should have given this thread a better title...
  11. *gets whacked by potatoes* *recovers from said whacking* I mean, do you think that Wood and Metal sorceries should be their own things, or just sub-sets of Earth, Water, and Fire?
  12. My brother and I were working on a magic system for a Tabletop RPG, and we hit a little snag. When discussing spells regarding plants and metal, we weren't able to decide if we should make Wood and Metal their own elements, or if we should have it so that some plant spells would fall under Earth, while others would fall under Water, and that some metal spells would fall under Fire, and others under Earth. So, do we go with a 5-element system (Fire, Water, Earth, Air, Spirit) or a 7-element system (Fire, Water, Earth, Air, Wood, Metal, Spirit)?
  13. A while ago, I had plans for a "Frollo Show"-style video series called "The Wacky Misadventures of Jack Sparrow", wherein Jack Sparrow would go around looking for cash, teaming up with and/or pissing off various characters from other works. Unfortunately, these plans fell through. However, I was able to make an "Animal House"-style epilogue video, detailing what happened to the characters who would've survived the final battle. And who knows. Maybe someone with the right skills will pick up on this, and "The Wacky Misadventures of Jack Sparrow" will live again. Anyway, here's the video: Epilogue.mp4
  14. As ASVS turns 20 years old today (counting it's time as a Usenet group), I felt it's time to celebrate that monumentous occasion with a story thread. Khas climbed up the slopes of Mount Ballpuncher, the forest sheltering him from the worst of both the sun and rain. Normally, Khas liked sunshowers, but hiking through this one proved to be quite the chore. His Starfleet uniform was soaked from the rain, and the sun's rays were making him sweat profusely. So, with his jacket slung over his shoulder, Khas marched onward, the phaser pistol, tricorder, and lightsaber clanking against each other as he continued his journey. He sighed, thinking back over the years he had been involved in this wonderful, glorious mess, in any way, shape, or form. From his childhood - when he had thought up the oh-so-cleverly named "Trek Wars", detailing how Captains James T. Kirk and Jean-Luc Picard (along with their ships and crews) had visited the galaxy far, far away, to help Luke Skywalker and the other Rebels against the Empire - to his teenage years - when he had first actually gotten involved after discovering the community as a whole - to the present - the friends and enemies he'd made, the stories he'd heard, and the time time his ship had crashed in the kingdom of dark elves. To think that, despite having no knowledge of ASVS at the time, he had thought up "Trek Wars" at more or less the same time it was founded! As the forest began to thin, Khas thought of all the communities that had sprung from that old Usenet group, alt.startrek.vs.starwars. Some, like Spacebattles, TrekBBS, Starfleet Jedi, StarDestroyer.Net, ST-v-SW, and Troll Kingdom, were still around to this day. While others, like Turbolaser Commentaries, ObsidianOrder, STrek-v-SWars, and of course, Trek Wars: The Furry Conflict, had withered and passed on, perhaps to be resurrected at a later date, but for now, dead as a doornail. And yet, through all of this, through the fire, the rage, and the chaos, ASVS had endured. Even now, in its reduced state, it continued where others had floundered, and, who knew? Perhaps one day it could reclaim its greatness. There was certainly more activity now than there had been recently, so it wasn't entirely an unreasonable assumption. At last, Khas had come to the clearing. The peak of Mt. Ballpuncher was in sight now, thirty meters away at the most. Khas grinned, and slowly but surely, he began walking faster as he approached the summit. This was it, just a little longer now. His fast walk turned into a jog, and then a run. So close now. There was no time left to think, just run. Run the last twenty meters. Run the last fifteen. The last ten. Nine. Eight. Seven. Six. Five. Four. Three. Two. One. Khas came to a stop at the very peak, and caught his breath. Looking down from the mountaintop, he saw several villages, only barely visible at this altitude. These villages lay right at the border between the Forest of Insanity and the Ocean of Indignation, who's waves ground the Rocky Shore of Fortitude into the Sandy Beach of Umbrage. Looking up, Khas saw a sight he had dreamed about since childhood. A refit Constitution-class starship flew lazily overhead, escorted by a squadron of X-Wing fighters. Feeling no small amount of awe and pride, Khas did the one thing he could do. He raised his right fist up to the heavens, and extended his middle finger - a gesture some called the "ASVS Salute". Taking in a deep breath, he let loose an ancient battle cry, one that could strike fear into the hearts of the Old Ones themselves. "CONCESSION...." he began, giving the universe time to hear his cry. "ACCEPTED!"