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Two new ones [Oct. 1st, 2007|03:43 pm]
Mucktards!

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[galis]
First one is one of those... what the hell? Is he high? moments. I was just puttering around the vore chats, and in one, there's an OOC conversation about bats. One guy insists that bats are rodents, because they're "rats that have wings". Naturally other people say "No, they're not" and so he asks "Well, what makes a bat a bat and a rodent a rodent then?"

Foolishly, I figure I'm helpful and say the first thing on my mind - "Well, bats are members of Chiroptera."

To which the guy just blows up. Starts raving about how I'm out to get him and nitpick anything he says to death. That's literally the ONLY remark I made in the conversation till then. I pointed out he ASKED, and he said "It was rhetorical!" He then goes onto a rant for a few minutes about how we're just trying to keep him from RPing (never mind it was an OOC conversation, with OOC: poses and everything =P).

I'm against posting names, but here's his desc... "Hello, I RP as a human, I love soft vore, and I love..well..love really, I don't like cruel mean vore, I like soft loving vore."

Yeah, that's it =P.

Second guy I don't have a desc for, because I'm honestly just terrified to look. One of my friends has been playing with him lately, and apparently claims he's interesting. But since he now seems physically attached to said friend, that means if I want to talk to them I have to talk to him too. Now, that would be okay, except me and my friend (who plays a female char) have discovered to our chagrin the fellow has a SERIOUS case of penis-compensation. Anytime he's in proximity to another male he starts loudly and repeatedly proclaiming how mighty he is. Now, this sort of thing ("I am a master of all things, lord of heaven and king of hell and master of the elements as well as becoming a master of time and space" - description of his powers) is not terribly uncommon, but he DOES combine it with some very wierd imagery. It's the first time I've ever heard a godmoder say "I've had entirely civilizations sacrificed on my cock." And I only wish I was paraphrasing that.

As I've said before, it's one thing to have crazy powers... but jeezus, NO ONE CARES. Writing in super powers for your character doesn't make you special, and if you can do nothing but drone about them it just makes you tedious to be around =P. What's funny is it's not like anyone challenges him (Well, one person did once, got fed up and left, and when it was suggested he tone the godmoding down he actually said people were just 'jealous they're not as good at god-moding as him' as if it was good thing to do =P). Mostly we just nod our heads and chuckle quietly at every new power. And EVERY pose he makes when other males are in the room contains at least 2 sentences about a brand new power he just made up that pose, and 1 sentence about how that new power makes him better than a randomly selected male in the room.
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[User Picture]From: xylen
2007-10-02 12:09 am (UTC)
I usually handle god-moders by just posing something like,"Xylen uses his awsome, unstoppable, undefeatable power of!....... forgetting you exist." Then proceed to just ignore the idiot from then on.
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[User Picture]From: denare
2007-10-02 06:19 pm (UTC)
This is why I don't socialize often. It's not about just goofing around with friends anymore, it's about overcompensating a bruised ego for someone who obviously wears their emotions on their sleeve.
I've felt that if you're going to powergame, you should be aware that someone is going to want to give it to you just as bad. So if you've made someone sit through whatever it is you've come up with, you had better be ready to take it, too. And unfortunately, this is never the case.
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[User Picture]From: chaoswolf1982
2008-02-03 06:12 pm (UTC)
"Entire civilizations sacrificed on his cock".

...Amoeba have societies now? Good for them.
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