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  1. Thankies. I was gonna use pics of Ariel at first but then I found these pics and thought they looked maturer while still looking like Ariel. Btw, I really love your set. It's mix of colours is awesome and I really like the witch. It's the set I voted for in the contest.
  2. I finally made a new set. It is mermaid-ish. I thought I'd make it as simple as possible coz I want it to be quiet not so noisy so that the mermaid can enjoy the beauty of the sea. I don't make any sense? I never do http://i887.photobucket.com/albums/ac75/MirosMaro/MermaidAvvie.gif[/img] http://i887.photobucket.com/albums/ac75/MirosMaro/MermaidSiggie.gif[/img]
  3. When I first go to a new area, I try to fight one or two if its monsters. If I am up to their level, I kill all the monsters I find on my way. For two reasons, to level up and to collect any goodies I can find in the chests they are usually guarding. Then after that, I usually dodge and run coz it becomes boring. But generally, I usually tend to level up as much as I can before I enter a new area. Levelling up is my top priority.
  4. I prefer the keyboard. Generally not only in playing RPG's. I tried playing Aveyond a couple of times with the mouse but it annoyed me that at some places I had to wait for Mel to reach the end of the hall so that I can see the rest of the way and click there for an instance. I find it way easier to move with the keyboard.
  5. @ris_mum, I believe in that too. I believe that God created human. My idea of evolution is like this. The primitive human was, let's say, so tall to help him climb the trees to get the fruits he needs for nutrition. Then by the time, he discovered how to make a ladder, so he doesn't need to be tall anymore. That's when the new generations started to get shorter. Bad example, right? Here's another example that you already know of, I guess. A bacterium would mutate to become resistant to this certain antibiotic. Thus, only the mutant bacteria will survive. This is called natural selection. By the end, almost all the bacteria of this kind are resistant to this antibiotic. Evolution happened to this certain species of bacteria since it became resistant. However, this species is still the same, it still belongs to the same genus, same class and same kingdom. It still performs the same task it had to do before mutation and evolution. It still has the same niche. The only thing changed is that it became better at survival. I believe it's the same for human. I can mention more examples if you want (I studied a whole chapter about mutation and evolution in the Bio course last year and I'd love to torture you with the info I was tortured with I ate a lot of DS cookies which is why I'm being evil). Anyway, I believe that human has always been a human. He has passed by many evolution stages but has always been a human. Human has always belonged to the kingdom of animalia under the class of mammals. I have heard of this theory that human was a monkey and then developed till he finally became a human. I personally don't believe in it. @lovinlife, in this case I'd spare their lives XD
  6. @Shed and theone, I just used roaches as an example. I don't feel guilty when I kill them. Pretty much like how I won't feel guilty if I ever have the guts to kill a lion or a shark or whatever. I would feel guilty though if I killed a dog or a cat or any cute and human-friendly animal. This proves that there's no equality between animals themselves then how will there be equality between humans and the other animals? @ris_mum, I don't get your 2nd theory either.
  7. Wow! You two are amazing. I really liked the cover and the comic, you are so very super amazing awesome *tries to think of other words of the same sort* at drawing, daeva_agas.I really reaally reaaaaallllllyyy like them so much. And with Blurble's amazing, super, terrific, extraordinary, lovely, beautiful writing talents,.... I have nothing to say but WOW! Please update this as soon as you can
  8. *is trying to guess what's gonna happen next* I have thousands of guesses and it's very unlikely that any of them will be correct I can't wait till you update it.
  9. Lol, I liked it so much It sounds so funny.
  10. Heero

    School Uniforms

    @shadowshed, I like having a school uniform. I just hate its design and colour. I hate the colour navy. That would be mostly why I don't like my school uniform. Also, I hate that the logo is red. I think the colour beige would have matched better.
  11. @shadowshed, I kill roaches too. I get so scared and disgusted of them. This makes me believe that if I should ever say that humans are equal to animals, I'd be not true, since I kill them. Some of my friends who think otherwise would say that animals have feelings, even the roaches. And when they tell me of this 'if you were in their shoes' theory, I just think that it is unrealistic. Yeah, maybe roaches have feelings but they are not as powerful as human's. If they did, we would have seen a group of roaches rebelling against our rule every now and then like humans do. That's what I meant by my last sentence.
  12. Heero

    School Uniforms

    I like the idea of having a school uniform. I am against my school uniform, though. I just hate it. We have to wear it all the time, in P.E., in classes, all the time. We have to wear beige trousers and navy shirt with beige at the edges. There's also this red school logo sewed to the shirt. I really hate it.
  13. @KTC, I know it's selfish to think that way. But I can't help not to care about my own kind more than the other animals' species. @shadowdshed, exactly. It doesn't make any sense that roaches would rule the world. Same as with the people who would ask me how I'd feel if I switched places with that poor roach that might kill me out of disgust (assuming that I shrank and the roach turned into a giant and can squash me now). They would say it is cruel and unfair. But it is never gonna happen. It is unrealistic to compare human's capabilities and emotions to those of a roach.
  14. lol I know. I have always been bad at summarizing stuff. Anyway, I was saying that I don't really believe that animals worth as much as humans in the humans point of view. Pretty much like how other animals wouldn't think that the other animal species including humans worth as much as their own. In the other long post I mentioned why I think so.
  15. I didn't go through most of the posts. I just read the first few ones. So, I am gonna state my opinion here based on the first few posts. I don't know how far the debate is going. The first thing I'd do whenever this topic is being discussed in my presence would be screaming that animals are definitely worth the humans. But then when I think about it, I find that there are many aspects that I didn't think of before I made that choice. The 'perfect' me would say that animals are essential for the ecosystem. Killing them would end up harming our own species. Killing that insect would starve that animal to death and then the other animal would starve to death too and finally the human would too. There are many sources a human can feed on but the human is unstoppable when it comes to killing. Worse still, that animal had a life. I personally believe that they all have feelings, in a way. Taking away a life of an animal is so cruel and evil. But then the down-to-earth me would say that according to this ecosystem theory, plants are worth more than both humans and animals. Without trees there's no ecosystem. It's the base of the pyramid. This means that if there were a small amount of water left, and a tree, a human and a dog are dehydrating, then the best thing to do is to give the water to the tree. Since the tree's life is more important than both, the human's and the dog's. This probably doesn't prove anything to the animal being worth humans’ debate. But to me, it does prove that if we were to say that a group of animals is worth more than a human based on the ecosystem theory, then we might go as far as saving a tree or a bacterium or even a virus rather than a human. And you should also consider that the overpopulation of humans is one of the factors that are destroying the ecosystem. Thus, if the ecosystem were to be our main and most important target, then eliminating a lethal virus that would rid of us of some humans to help re-balancing the human’s population is also a wrong move. I’m not saying that we shouldn’t care about maintaining the balance of the ecosystem but not at the expense of humans. Do you get my point? No? I am really bad at trying to make my point clear, can you tell? About the animals having souls and feelings, I'd agree with that. Except that when I see a roach my feeling of disgust beats my feeling of mercy and extends to attempting to kill it. What if the roaches were to rule the Earth instead of humans? Would they be against killing humans? Would they forbid it? Would they ever suggest that they are worth humans? I don’t know. But this is as unrealistic as the assumption that I wouldn’t feel ok if a roach was able to and tried to kill me just because he felt disgusted of me. Don’t the carnivores torment humans (eating a human alive is definitely a kind of torture) when they get scared? Scare is as a feeling just like disgust. Don’t get me wrong. I am not trying to say that animals should be treated in a brutal, cruel way. No! I am just saying that when it comes to life essentials, humans come first. In other words, I believe that humans are worth more than animals. I don’t believe that that means that humans should torment animals. I really hate hunting. I actually love fish (I still have this dream of turning into a mermaid so that I’d talk to fish and swim with them without them swimming away from me ). I’d probably save a mosquito rather than kill it. Not a roach, though. They are my worst nightmare. Still, humans are bound to feed on other animals. Most humans are bound to feel disgusted or even scared of insects. Certainly animals have a lot of benefits in medical, natural, entertainment fields. But when you think about it, all the benefit actually goes to us, humans. So how come we can say that the one who gets the benefit is worth the same as the one who gives it? I care a lot about animals, but there will never be a point where I’d care about animals as much as I’d care about humans. Overall, I never came to a proper conclusion. My down-to-earth side seems more convincing and realistic than the ‘perfect’ side. And what did I expect out of my ‘down-to-earth’ side anyway? But when I think of the act of having to kill animals to benefit humans I feel so cruel and sorry for the animals. I guess my conclusion so far would be that it is not realistic to say that humans are equal to animals. And even if we do, we are not acting like it. Still, animals should be treated better, they are not as emotionless as the gems we seem to give a lot more worthiness. Whenever I think too much of this, my bored side would yell at me that I’d better be considering the application of true equality between the humans themselves before considering the application of equality between humans and animals. P.S. When I said animals are not worth humans, by animals, I meant other species than human. I know human is an animal too. But it would sound funny if I said all the other species except humans are not worth as much as humans.
  16. When I first tried AV2 (I tried the Aveyonds out of order), and I went to Shaelenir (Please say that that's the correct spelling) I went to the statue of the goddess and then I read the whole dialogue. My first reaction was steal, duh! There's no luck or karma in a game. And then I started checking the houses and found some chests. I was like steal, steal, steal! Heck, I just stole from a donation box. I was afraid though that the owner would try to chase me or call for help. So, I saved before I did so. Later, a friend of mine who made me try the Aveyonds that luck and karma do exist in AV. I used to love GTA too, by the way. But I got stuck at a mission and no matter how hard I tried he would always die so I gave it up.
  17. Like almost everyone here, it depends on the storyline, the characters, the graphics, etc. I'd really love to see a game with space colonies, though.
  18. Heero


    I, for one, wouldn't think of anything at such a situation except that I'd suffer a lot if that person dies. My reaction is usually negative when it comes to such a situation. I remember, once my sis & I were crossing the street. My sis started walking when I saw a car coming (it was a bit far but I panicked & thought it would hit her). I didn't know what to do, so all I have done was walk next to her, so that if the car doesn't stop in time, it will either kill us both or injure us both or we both cross safely. I was thinking like it's easier to die with her than to lose her. I know I should have pulled her, or maybe just pushed her instead. But during the situation itself I couldn't think clearly. I know it's very negative, selfish, reckless & way too silly.
  19. “Being sick is disgusting,” answered Galahad. “I suppose that was one good thing about being a vampire – I never got sick.” Despite her weak condition and her less-than-pleasant mood, Te’ijal managed to give him a small grin. “So you actually admit that there was something you liked about being a vampire. I’ll have to write to Mel about that – she will be most amused.” I liked this part the most. You are amazing!
  20. ((I'm sorry I haven't posted anything for like a month, if not more. My timetable this year is hectic. )) Relina was examining the diamond she found earlier when, to her surprise, she found a book that looked like it was meant to her. "How much do you know about your Teddy bear?" she read to herself. She took that book & pushed the other books nearby, dropping them on the ground, to make a room for her to sit on the shelf. She had the least respect for books & she never thought that any book would attract her attention as much as this one did. She kept reading the book & the more she read, the more attracted she became. She was so taken by what was written in the book, that she didn't notice that her friends have now left the library & are actually attacked by a demon. The fight's noise didn't even bother her. After a while. Relina finally realised that she was all alone. She wanted to go on & read the book. But then, she might get stuck there till forever. She flew down the shelf. "What am I gonna do? I'm so scared now." She put the book in her backpack & turned herself into air. "Well, I'm safer like that." She set off in an attempt to find her friends, her Teddy & answers to her questions. She entered a door that led to a pool of blue liquid, obviously not water, surrounded by thrones. Little she knew aobut the place she went through. All she knew is that neither Lotus, nor the others were there. She decded to go back to the library, but then she saw four doors, two of which were locked. She thought that maybe she would find anyone there. She decided to go to the door on the right first, & so she did. ((I was confused about where you guys are now, & I'm a lil too lazy to read anymore.:oops: So, not to mess up with your plots, I made Relina go into another place ))
  21. I hope you're feeling better now. As amazing as always. The way you end each chapter is so capturing & it always makes me unable to wait for the next chapter. I like the way you contrast Galahad's feelings towards Te'ijal at the begginning of their marriage life with the present. Way to go!
  22. SUPER AMAZING!!! It's so awesome, so emotional, so sad, so touching, so beautifully-written! It made me cry as well. & I suddenly love Lars so much. Did I mention how super amazing it is?
  23. I almost cried too. It's great. I especially liked the ending. The significance of the yellow ribbon & the hesitation Mel goes through all is awesome. Way to go.
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