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RootingForTheEmpire

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About RootingForTheEmpire

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    Ghetsis is crazier than you. No exceptions.
  • Birthday 11/11/1994

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    Eggmen of all shapes, sizes and surnames.
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    Female
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    England
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    Ghetsis' robes. I occasionally migrate into his hair.

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  1. Examinations certainly are a bother...welp, eleven down, with but four to go.

  2. Sorry for the belatedness of my comment, but concerning Sonic 225...
  3. I'm quite fond of Eggman's blue. They seem to contrast every single aspect of his character, which I like. Brings out the human side of him.
  4. I'm likin' your sig. 'Invasion' is an awesome tune~

  5. I have a preference for Eggman, but I refer to Robotniks as Robotniks and Eggmans as Eggmans. I have to admit I rage a little when I see people harshly criticising the name 'Eggman' because it suddenly means he can't be taken seriously. Robotnik is totally sinister, right? Robot+nik. Do you know what that makes me think of? The name Nick, which in turn leads me to think of Phoenix Wright, causing my mind to settle onto Detective Gumshoe who isn't intimidating at all. So there, case and point, 'Robotnik' is no more goofy and unintimidating than 'Eggman'. See? I can argue that one name is lesser based on a completely arbitrary set of rules, too. ¬¬ ...Not saying anyone here does that. It just burns my poffins grinds my gears in general.
  6. Most popular? Well, that would be Eggman, of course. I mean, I don't keep up with the details of these comics and vidya games(I scarcely remember who the player character was, hohoho!), but there's no-one off the top of my head who could compete with Eggman's unprecedented popularity. Right after the good old 'botnik would come some combination of them fuzzy creatures that sometimes show up, yappin' their little voices, I don't know what order. They're all pretty samey to me.
  7. I loved Project Chaos, personally. I also don't get all the complaints of some of the songs sounding nothing like the original. Event the Death Egg remix is full of elements from the actual song, if you listen to it properly. Same goes for Icecap and Lava Reef(the piano mixes, anyway), the latter of which I thought to be really obvious anyway. I feel some people may be confusing the word 'remix' with 'remake', even if a few in the album do deviate a little much.
  8. Hm. There's no telling what fandom I'll mainly be stalking at that point. I might've even left in a massive sulk due to all the HD console-exclusive games.
  9. Oh, I don't do linking stuff, but as a comprimise I do have my rambling thoughts based on the train-set ready to share(Warning: they, too, derail half-way through). I'll size this down so as not to take up too much valuable room with my madness. "On the subject of N’s unnerving playroom, notice how the tracks 'appear to have been played with recently'. N becoming more clear on his father's status as a delusional maniac and setting his mind on the pursuit of truth, regardless of whether this derails Ghetsis' meticulously set up plans or not. The train continuing back and forth the sealed off part of the track symbolises Ghetsis' determination and desperate desire to see his plan to completion. Even though he realises it's a dead end, he keeps on fruitlessly attempting to overcome the impassable obstacles set by his son. Actually, coming back to N's name, it seems his variable nature and potential to change was the true downfall to Ghetsis' plan(if one attributes Ghetsis’ frequent verbal slip-ups to the writer’s clear desire to shove his evil nature in your face). Had N’s heart truly been set on the separation of Pokemon and people from start to finish(essentially, had he been the perfect pawn Ghetsis had attempted to fashion for himself), Ghetsis could have easily succeeded. The masses likely would have been willingly ruled over and oppressed by Ghetsis, completely brainwashed by his pretty words and mannerisms." Back on topic, I also noticed how Metal Robotnik bore no resemblance to his creator. I dismissed it as Robotnik getting lazy with his designs. Or perhaps viewing himself as some imposing figure, complete with typical evil wings and spikes. Either way, I liked Metal Robotnik too. He should like, have a cameo appearance in some game. Yeah.
  10. It is all a show of my thread-derailment skills, mwah. Plus, I fucking love Pokemon. Been a playar since the days of Red. Anyway, from what little I can recall, I did like Cyrus. Plus, Giovanni the fashion nightmare gets nostalgia points from me(Pokemon show? Pokemon show), as well as being so damn cool in his own right. I simply prefer Ghetsis for all the reasons mentioned and more(such as being so blatantly evil, but being so well-spoken that no-one notices/cares). I've also just written a mini little essay about some of the symbolism in N's playroom in Team Plasma's castle, but I won't post that here. Too much derailment already, I am so sorry. *leaves* ...*peeks back in* Dohoho, oh you, Eggy. *leaves for real*
  11. Oh, it is indeed why I'm a total Ghetsis faggot. He's just so goddamn evil and deluded, and egotistical, and unf I love him. I'd like Cyrus more if I could remember anything from Gen IV(lol totally forgettable plot), and N lost me quite soon due to his LET'S BE FRIIIEEEENDSSS outlook on life. I liked his interest in maths, however. But GHETSIS, man. Dude. I happen to be learning to appreciate symbolism more, and Ghetsis has enough of that in his design to totally win me over. The eye patterns on his robes, the robes in general, the bejewelled battlements...hell, I even like his overtly evil features. You know, the three hair-horns growing out of his scalp, the red eye and the perpetual smug grin. And you KNOW that grin is perpetual. You can HEAR the grin in his speeches, purely from the way he speaks. Giovanni's awesome too. Gotta love the Pokemafia don. .../blatant fangirlism. As for the rest of your post, YES. 'I am totally doing what is right. It's just that achieving this utopia-like world of general right-ness involves killing a lot of people. Dearly hope that doesn't put you off, however.' I just love these villains. There aren't words strong enough to convey my feelings for them. <3
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