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Ninjachick4 wrote:Naruto? Kingdom Hearts?
Geeze, I was thinking Bible the whole time. Rosey and Posey are not the Arbaic verisons of St. Kriznes and Luntriz?
...Oh! I guess it ALL comes down to what you know.
Scary Girl with lots of eyeliner who looks like she hasn't slept in forever = Garra? I would have said Edward Sissor Hands due to the pale look she has and the saw for the slice and dice. Throw in some Nightmare On Elm Street Kazy Krugar and you've got yourself a Red. Lol. But that's how I see all that.
My opion is- you can't get away from it End. There's just NO WAY. Everything realates to something like you said. If you've given Red a wand that would have been to close to Harry Potter. If Red was really Blue, I would say Zelda's Link. Just try to stay away from the grand ideas, which you didn't do here btw!
What happend to Red's kick ass normal huge saw blade of jaggadness? That was orginal cause it was JUST the tool saw, raw, rather than now. No razzel dazzel, no magical know-how behind it, no Gods or Godess behind the creation of it. Just a weapon weilded by a cranky pants girl with murder on the mind. Now you've made it into a sword. How come?
But non the less! It's people's POV. Alls I know is that I love this page and I can't wait to see what the chains are!!!
Geno wrote:I would also think that the idea of the weapon being hard to wield is cool.
It would sorta be a kind of symbolism as well. It is hard to use as a good weapon and no person in their right mind would want to use it, thinking it is inferior. However, Red (I imagine) would eventually learn to wield it to outfox people with more mundane, conventional weapons. That what we perceive to be bizarre and inadequate turns out to be something that has transcended the power and art of using weapons like standard swords and firearms. Much like Red, the saw is rough, strange, and unstable, but there is strength behind it that is buried beneath the surface.
Or maybe that whole perception is just a coincidence. I just like it when the tools/weapons characters use reveal something about them.
Snake Chomper wrote:And with number 6, it looks as if she could fire the thing, like a spring-loaded weapon. I don't know how that would work.
Snake Chomper wrote:And the only problem I have with the saw is that in the opening pages Red slashed through people like she was wielding a sword, whereas a normal saw would need to be impaled and then carved through the body. Though I guess that would take too long and be too gruesome.
And you wouldn't want an idiot for a fan anyway.
Interesting... But you know, not all of them look inferior though. Ah... Gally's blades, they're hard to use but deadly, they also look deadly.Geno wrote:I would also think that the idea of the weapon being hard to wield is cool.
Shoot the eyes out?Snake Chomper wrote:with number 6, it looks as if she could fire the thing, like a spring-loaded weapon. I don't know how that would work.
How about letting it have the ability to change shapes?Endling wrote:I told you Everafter was an experiment! Expect a lot of rough cut changes in the beginning folks!
Snake Chomper wrote:Glahardt wrote:Shoot the eyes out?
*Shoot 'em in the head*
Bitch, he killed your parents! Shoot him in the head! SHOOT HIM IN THE HEAD!
But what I meant was that a saw is flat at the end, so it wouldn't cut like a pointed object.
That greatly reduces maneuverability of the weapon, making it almost impossible for the wielder to perform at full efficiency.Sentios wrote:Because the hand is enclosed you have less risk of accidentally letting go (you'd have to rotate your hand because the inside wouldn't be big enough to extend your fingers completely, hence your finger tips would catch the handle) and at the same time your hand is protected.
Johnny Vill wrote:And by the way, Mr. Endling. I think design number 6 is my favorite. That one immediately drew my attention.
Glahardt wrote:BTW, Everafter RP by BG07 Razz
Most characters are OCs, so don't expect too much.
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