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  1. For some reason, my scroll does not work on these sites
  2. 4 of my dragon hatchlings will die in 2 hours. Poor little buddies.
  3. So is a new site coming up?
  4. I didn't expect people to still be playing this with the new gen out.
  5. What game would everyone recommend? Looking for another game to play.
  6. *hugs* That's awesome! I am still partial to ocarina of time.
  7. I am debating what to read. Any good recommendations? I prefer scifi and fantasy.
  8. Necroscope by Brian Lumley The assassin series by Brent Weeks The Cleric Quintet by R.A. Salvatore The New Jedi Order Gotrek and Felix...Who doesn't like warhammer afterall? There are probably many others if I take the time to look through all my books.
  9. I just started season 2. I know there will be some Neverland and Wonderland stuff, so I am looking forward to those.
  10. I can't blame you, but I don't like this new doctor.
  11. While I liked the movie as a whole. I was conflicted over many characters. SPOILER ALERT! First off, Flynn. How you you have a character that is taken as a baby and put through training to be a stormship trooper all of a sudden decide to change his mind? This is one of the biggest issues I have with this movie. Another one comes with one of the favorite characters that everyone has. How can she already use mind manipulation and summon a light saber when no other jedi has been able to before? Did not like this at all. Seems like Disney just wanted to try to make an op character at the start. I was sad enough that they went away from the books, but now this? Last, we come to the main villain of the arc. I don't know what to do with him. Do I put him in diapers and burp him? There is no real background on him and you cannot assume what happens to him in the books since they went away from the books. Is he going to be the book version of Luke where he has a period of time where he goes Sith and them becomes a Jedi again? Last overall issue goes with the plot. It is a complete lack of originality and more a copy and paste of the other movies. I hope this is rectified in the next movie, but we will have to wait till 2017 until then. Hopefully the other Star Wars movies will have more originality and characters that make more sense. Other than those issues. the rest of the movie was great. I liked how it did not go heavy with CG. The flow of the movie worked very well. It was directed well and the acting was great.
  12. Matt Smith took me forever to get used to
  13. Surprised this is not a larger thread. This is one of the biggest and most popular series out there. Maybe it is because some people think it has dragged on too long? As for season 11, I have not really seen any of it yet. How is it?
  14. I have not seen much of the original series. but I am not a fan of the newest doctor. I had to get used to the previous doctor, but he turned out to be ok. I was a huge fan of Tenant as the doctor.
  15. Just started this and I am on season 1 episode 9. I do like it so far, but I will see how interested it keeps me. Has anyone seen Once Upon a Time in Wonderland? If so, how is it?
  16. I have seen and am willing to give my opinion, but not on here because my opinion will contain spoilers and that is not right for those who have not seen it yet.
  17. Strongly agree! Most terrible nonexisting trilogy in existence with terrible cgi, and terrible back stories for Darth Vader and Bobba Fett. Many other reasons of course.
  18. I like the fact that he is not afraid to kill off major characters. It makes his series that much better and less predictable.
  19. As said previously, the first book and series are pretty much the same. The 2nd book and series is where they start to differ from each other. The gap between the two of them is so wide right now it is insane. I would recommend starting with book two unless you are ok with reading everything you watched.
  20. I have loved this series for many many years! It is one of my favorites of all time! Great characters and descriptions, no fear of killing off characters or putting very shady characters in, a very vibrant world, etc. I would also recommend Bernard Cornwell. He will not be in the same section, but his books are amazing.
  21. I tend to agree with you. I found that they did not represent any of the houses that well except Gryffindor. Lets face it, there was only one good Slytherin(non evil) and one character from Hufflepuff that got attention in any of the books(Cedric Diggory). Other than that, the author never really focuses on any of them.
  22. Gryffindor no question. If we are talking about second...that would be very tough. I guess either Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff?