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    Alrighty now, in response to a suggestion from a moderator I decided to close the previous thread and start a new one under a different name. (Because no-one was able to change the title, go figure. )

    Now, before we begin with the happy and the funny we're going to have to wade through some legalese.

    DISCLAIMER: This thread is meant purely for fun; it is not meant to be taken seriously, nor is it meant to promote any particular viewpoint in any formal manner; it is not meant to attack or promote any "ship" - Zutara or otherwise - in any serious, religious, or inflammatory manner. Certain concepts in this thread are of a mature may not be appropriate for viewers under the age of 13 standard Earth years (in accordance with the MPAA ranking of PG-13); viewer discretion is advised; a large gap will appear after this disclaimer to prevent those who might be offended by these concepts to view them. I repeat: this thread is meant to be jokular in nature, don't take it seriously, and try to take it all in stride and with a laugh. Also, in advance, my explanation to any contention is "Campy made me do it."































































    Now, that that's out of the way, let's have some fun!


    SSS: The weather in Colorado, she is very nice this time of year, yes? But what is this? A cold front is moving in from the North, and a large band of moisture is coming in from the South-West. Could make things a little wet, don't you think Miss Possible?
    Kim: I . . . guess.
    SSS: Ah, then you see the genius of my plan, no?
    Kim: Not . . . really.


    Ron: Quiet Rufus, can't you see we're going under-cover as our own unborn kids to this thing?
    Rufus: Uh, time paradox.

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    Actually, I can change the title, Cody. My apologies to you then as I didn't understand that was what you wanted to do. But doing it this way is fine, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeriddian View Post
    Actually, I can change the title, Cody. My apologies to you then as I didn't understand that was what you wanted to do. But doing it this way is fine, too.
    Eh, no big. And look at it this way, no more angst, just funny . . . speaking of which, I'm going to have to ask you and everyone else here to let their imaginations run wild and post on this thing.

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    Rufus 3000: Kim Possible, we need your help.


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    Rufus 3000: Note to self: when told not to shake Hitler's hand when visiting the past, don't.

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    Campy, you're a genius, an absolute genius.


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    Felix and Ron play Zombie Mayhem, and well. . . Ron's losing to the AI. Baddly. How bad you ask?

    Ron's guy is the one who's being carried off by zombies.

    Felix: Alas poor Ronald, I knew you well.
    Ron: UGH! Stupid AI, who gave them fireballs!
    Felix: Oh com'on, wheres the 'I can take on any zombie' attitude from you?
    Ron: Stupid computer.

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    Pretty good Luke!
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    BWWAAAHAHA! THAT'S funny!

    Never played the Red Alert games, but the caption is funny, and I am familiar with the plots.

    Though I'm with Wade, Allies got the best stuff. Peacekeepers, Javalin Rocket launcher troopers, Chronominers (in the old ones) oh, and did I mention GUARDIAN tanks and ATHENA-class cannons? Don't forget the good ole Chronoshpere, now I'm here, now I'm there!

    What do the Soviets have?

    Conscripts, cheap, and not well trained, Flak Troopers, actually respectible, but who the heck hauls around as ANTI-AIR GUN and uses it against tanks? (Not going to debate the effectiveness). Rhino tanks. . . actually decent from what I heard. And. . . their engineers are target practice (not like that pistol is going to do them any good). And those blimbs. . . well, they're filled with Heilium, but that's not going to stop a Incinderary Missile from a Jet fighter from burning that thing apart.

    Empire of the Rising Sun actually has some intresting units. . . the Imperial Troopers actually are respectible, though the light armor has to be a killer, as it was to the Air force durring WWII. The Tank Busters. . . well, an exotic weapon, to be sure. The Mechas actually seem pretty good, diverse and efficiant, something I like toying around with. And then there's the artilery. . . Probably could be pretty good. Oh, and the Rocket Angels, if I recall right, are the only (standard non-hero) unit in the RA games that are actually women. Ironic, is it not?

    Yuri was. . . unquie to say the least. A lot of mind control, but then again, all the mind control in the world won't help you against good, hard, Allied steel and lead.

    Sorry, just my oppinion on the RA factions (Never played the games, but read the manuals).


    Felix: By the way, I perfer the Allies to start, but then I just start swiping tech and buildings from everyone and building a mixed army, a bit difficult sometimes, but hey, I get to weild all the strengths!

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