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Project "Phoenix" / 'Common Names' for Glitch Pokemon
« on: May 04, 2009, 04:32:58 pm »
So, GlitchDex 2.0 is awesome and all, but I was looking for Glitcherino, and I realize I have no idea what its name actually IS. (Never did find it.)

Seeing as I couldn't find any threads for this... I propose we put in a little column with their common names (What we call them.). The main point is so we can just use Ctrl+F to find their names, and have easier navigation of the page. Not everyone knows the hex values.
General Discussion / Black Hole Machine
« on: September 09, 2008, 04:14:26 pm »

Tomorrow, on September 10th, the Swiss will destroy the Earth.

They've made a giant machine that creates a mini black hole. Apparentally, that's perfectly safe.

If anyone can find an article in time, good.
The Dumpster Out Back / What we dont want
« on: August 07, 2008, 07:55:59 am »
... Wha?

Clarify, please?
Website Advertisement / Urban Dead
« on: April 20, 2008, 09:17:50 am »
In death, the city stirs. Its borders still locked down after a sudden government quarantine two years ago, Malton's trapped civilians make their way through the derelict buildings, surviving the changing seasons to rebuild their fragmented society from the rubble upwards. Military cleanup squads patrol the empty streets, stationed in the city for the long haul, while embedded scientific groups continue the experiments that brought them here.

And the dead rise up and thrive, trailing through the ruined streets of the city, milling between buildings and clawing through makeshift barricades and diversions, reclaiming the city as their own.

Urban Dead is a browser-based zombie apocalypse MMORPG.

UD is a very low-budget online game, just a step higher on the tech level then MUDs. It is, as the above paragraph says, a war between zombies and humans.

Currently, humans are losing. Something Awful (If you didn't know, they're an 'net forum devoted to bastardity) has invaded, creating a zombie super-group called The Dead, who have taken over most of the city. Even the RRF, the once-greatest zombie group, doesn't like them.

Between The Dead and PKers (In this context, humans killing humans), all of Malton is being devastated. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Save the city from destruction, for if zombies outnumber humans 9:1 or so, Kevan Davis (Game maker) can and will cause the game to die.

The game has a rich history, from The Many, to Ron Burgundy, to the RRF, the sieges of Caiger Mall, LUE, Shacknews, Fort Creedy, the RCC... It reads out like an overly long action movie, full of plots, subplots, plot twists and plot holes.

The Dead versus The Living- Who will win?

(In it, I'm Jallus, human, almost highest level and member of the MMS in Roftwood. Well, we're dead right now.)
Multimedia Discussion / A new ?Anime? concept I am developing.
« on: March 30, 2008, 07:10:17 pm »
For almost a year and a half me and my friend have worked hard, developing the story for what we hope may get a deal (Or at least an internet artist) to make an anime.

It's called ERAs, and generally centers around the characters Devron and 02 (Who is based on the one from Kirby 64). The name ERAs comes from the 4 parts' names.

Read on to see.

Many of the characters are actually from video games- In the multiverse, all is possible. Of course, this is also not too secretly based directly on Super Smash Brothers.

   The basic trailer is thus: (* means working title, we can't think of anything else.)

   Long ago, approximately 800 years past, a civilization ruled the planet Saamash*. The civilization called themselves the Smashians*.  The Smashians were a naturally bloodthirsty race, and, at first, a great deal of wars broke out.

   To prevent worldwide destruction, the leaders of the Eight Tribes created a tournament, designed to vent the bloodlust. This worked well- Never again did a racial war threaten.

   Yet soon, they made a monumental discovery. A rift in time and space, circle shaped and unstable, sat in the wilderness. Nothing could pass through, but in time, machines were developed to stabilize them.

   Thus, the first Portals were made, and beyond them, other universes.

   In a few years, trade opened up as dozens of these rifts opened. Despite their common appearance, all the Portals lead to Saamash?s universe. The planet itself was huge, its gravity controlled by machines in the core.

   The capitol city grew huge, as billions flooded in. Peace reigned, with the physically superior Smashians keeping the peace.

   Then, as the opening statement says, the Darkness came.

   Beasts of evil and destruction ripped their way across Saamash, and one by one every portal was evacuated and closed.

   The Smashians fought the beasts alone.

   Yet the two armies were equal. For every casualty, another side?s was taken.

   And so, in the end, the two races wiped one another out. That would make for a really boring story, except that one of each race survived.

   The Darkness was named 02, and the Smashian?

He was named Devron.

It has been 800 years since then.
Multimedia Discussion / World War Z and The Zombie Survival Guide
« on: February 19, 2008, 02:20:24 pm »
Wikipedia Article

Taking place in the 2010s, the book charts a war against the undead from global pandemic to mass panic, and then to an armed struggle to reclaim the planet. Rather than a grand overview or a single perspective, World War Z is instead a collection of individual accounts, each revealing an aspect of the larger plot and simultaneously presenting a very personal tale. These different accounts take the form of interviews. The book draws from post-apocalyptic and zombie literature. "The Great Panic" chapter describes the rout of civilization in a similar manner to H.G. Wells's The War of the Worlds. The tales cover many genres -- the story of a Chinese admiral who spent the war on a submarine would fit easily among techno-thrillers. The viewpoint is not exclusively American, but focuses on the global nature of the struggle. This use of small personal tales creates a patchwork tapestry of the larger events unfolding in the book. Brooks addresses current issues such as environmentalism, the War on Terrorism and international health care. He also offers an interesting juxtaposition between the modern world and that of postwar Earth. For example, Cuba becomes the world's leading economy, Great Britain becomes a major producer of oil, and Tibet becomes the most populous country. This vision of a postwar Earth is startling in its contrast to that of today. It is implied that tribal groups such as South American Indians, Zulu of Southern Africa and Māori of New Zealand fared surprisingly well. One character relates an anecdote about how 500 Māori took on half of the Auckland horde, using traditional tribal weapons, and fared much better than the world's various military forces or Western civilians.

Slightly... Badly written summary by Wikipedia, but read both books. Read the Survival Guide first, to understand it all, then read WWZ, which is the story of what COULD happen in that world.

Anyone who has read it... What you think?
General Discussion / Hosting Images
« on: January 18, 2008, 08:18:47 pm »
How does one post on ImageShack? Don't have time to check right now, do you need an account at all?

If you do, can you tell me one that doesn't?

Finally, how do I put said images into my posts?

Please help!
The Dumpster Out Back / Reported post: Dont Piss me off by Sonic Boom101
« on: January 14, 2008, 06:47:35 pm »
Sonic Boom101 has been reported by Hydrall on a board you moderate:

The reporter has made the following comment:
This guy's at it again...
Video Games Discussion / A question.
« on: January 12, 2008, 07:22:52 pm »
Do any of the pages have anything on them? I haven not any information.
Art / We can request something, correct?
« on: December 30, 2007, 08:19:00 pm »
I need a good, high-quality and extensive G/S/C sprite sheet. The ones I have are of pretty bad quality, and I wish to have new ones.

Please, if anyone can, find (or make) me one.
The Dumpster Out Back / Hydrall's messed up Glitch Drawings
« on: December 10, 2007, 02:15:39 pm »
When I get bored, I draw. And now that I've returned to GCL, I drew this.

Don't kill me, MissingNo. fans...

Hydrall was very, VERY bored while drawing this, but his other drawings are better.
Wiki Discussion / Glitch History?
« on: December 05, 2007, 07:37:08 pm »
I've been away for waay too long... Sorry. And I'm probably still not going to help much.

But I've been thinking... What is the history of these strange, mysterious data streams we call 'Glitches'? When was MissingNO. first discovered, and, if possible, by whom? 'M block? .4?

It could be anything, from a long, speculative and descriptive essay, to a rather long timeline.

I'm far inferior of an information gatherer to find whether one of these exists (Even on this site.) I hope that, if this suggestion is taken to light, it will prosper.

We need to find this, and learn about the history of our site.

Thank you,
The Dumpster Out Back / Where can I get a VBA?
« on: June 29, 2007, 08:19:53 am »
I really can NOT find it. Are there any LINKS that I can trust to get one??? I really want to use one.

Emulation & ROM Hacking / O_o Why did it not work?
« on: March 04, 2007, 09:00:22 pm »
When I put in the hex number FF, for Charizard 'M, it crashed after first encounter. I tried Glitcherino... and it crashed. I've been using a code that's been working...  why isn't it now?

 ??? ??? ??? Please explain. ;_;
LOL! Watch the original and the SSBM one. They're creepily similar.


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