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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Nameless Swordsman » 01 Jun 2013 13:02

    tenfingersofdoom wrote:Then you dont know about the suuuuuper keeeeewl battle around the lava fountain? you missed out :wink:


    My guess is that it involved Duncan and a Terminator battling each other with Katanas, and Duncan trying to prevent the Terminator from activating some sort of WMD..

    Am I somewhere in the ballpark? :lol:
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Naïve mind » 01 Jun 2013 15:19

    Be careful. I've managed to avoid all but one of the pre/sequels. The way you describe them, you make them sound like they're bad enough to be entertaining again.
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby inhuien » 02 Jun 2013 06:27

    They are not worth your time. imo.
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Nameless Swordsman » 02 Jun 2013 09:14

    Naïve mind wrote:Be careful. I've managed to avoid all but one of the pre/sequels. The way you describe them, you make them sound like they're bad enough to be entertaining again.


    I know. It's pretty messed up. :/

    Although the only one I've actually read was House Atreides and that one was bad enough to induce vomiting for a week..

    I guess as you Mentats would say.. the first step in avoiding a trap, is knowing of it's existence. ;)
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Hunchback Jack » 04 Jun 2013 21:19

    Naïve mind wrote:Be careful. I've managed to avoid all but one of the pre/sequels. The way you describe them, you make them sound like they're bad enough to be entertaining again.


    They are not. Do not be fooled.

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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Freakzilla » 05 Jun 2013 11:30

    You can chose not to read them, but you can never un-read them. Take our word on this.
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Nameless Swordsman » 06 Jun 2013 08:03

    Freakzilla wrote:You can chose not to read them, but you can never un-read them. Take our word on this.


    No kidding. I wish I had never read House Atreides or those 5 beginning pages of Paul of Dune. :puke:
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Omphalos » 06 Jun 2013 13:13

    Nameless Swordsman wrote:
    Freakzilla wrote:You can chose not to read them, but you can never un-read them. Take our word on this.


    No kidding. I wish I had never read House Atreides or those 5 beginning pages of Paul of Dune. :puke:


    Was that the one where Paul was a carny?
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby lotek » 07 Jun 2013 06:27

    I think it's the one where he's doing a psychic act, the best part is when he does the killing word party trick.
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Nameless Swordsman » 07 Jun 2013 11:33

    Omphalos wrote:
    Nameless Swordsman wrote:
    Freakzilla wrote:You can chose not to read them, but you can never un-read them. Take our word on this.


    No kidding. I wish I had never read House Atreides or those 5 beginning pages of Paul of Dune. :puke:


    Was that the one where Paul was a carny?


    From what I've heard. :puke:

    The first 5 pages were horrible enough for me to stick it back up on my local library shelf and head to the local tavern..
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    Re: Gholas to mimic humans, Face Dancers to mimic machines

    Postby Omphalos » 07 Jun 2013 12:15

    lotek wrote:I think it's the one where he's doing a psychic act, the best part is when he does the killing word party trick.


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    For his Sha-Na-Na impression truly is the killing word!
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