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Cheeze

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  1. Yo, I did that. Santa was my holly. I killed Santa.
  2. Thank you. I probably won't ever get back into the actual game. I used to post them on a couple other forums I was on and I remember there was a big appeal to me to have your friends be the ones to help you hatch and grow the dragons. Once the incubator sites showed up, I kind of lost interest. It became a bit less social, which was the main appeal to me then. I did have some of the rarer dragons though. I had a 1st gen holly named Santa, one of the very first neglected dragons, etc. But to clear up names and give everything a bit of closure, I've killed off almost all the dragons from my scro
  3. I've been playing DragonCave for over 8 years. I joined from the Onslaught forums, which no longer exist unfortunately. I remember refreshing the DC homepage and seeing the Forum link suddenly appear. Since day 1 I've been a member of the forums, and at the height of it all I had the highest post count and was a global moderator. This was the first big online community I was ever a part of, and I haven't really had a similar experience since then. For a while I was active on the Wildshadow forums for Realm of the Mad God, but the game changed hands, and got monetized and the Wildshadow forums
  4. Sometimes you've just got to take some time to remember some of the great things from your past- music, shows, movies, games, foods, friends, experiences, etc. In general, I'd say try to abstain from those "Only 90's kids will understand" kinds of things. Every generation has cartoons, snacks, etc. that all have their own nostalgic value to someone who grew up with them. It's one thing to say you miss the old stuff, because you can remember it with a childlike innocence and wonder, but don't be that guy saying "They just don't make good ___ anymore." It's all a matter of preference.
  5. I'm not totally sure why, but I've spent the last year or so routinely killing off 5 dragons every time the restriction is lifted. I've only got 94 left to go.
  6. It's hard to believe I joined this site when I was 12. Nearly everything has changed, and I'm not sure how I feel about it. I only recognize a handful of people on the forums anymore, and of those I can only call a few friends. This wasn't my first forum, but it was certainly the first one that I became deeply invested in. This was the first internet community that got to be a real part of, and now it's been a few years since I've really been active or even lurked much. I resolved to leave permanently about a year ago, but I haven't really been able to stop myself from checking things every co
  7. Sometimes I want to go home and stay out of sight for a long time.
  8. I think it is beautiful that you are 256 colors too
  9. Cheeze

    2011-01-18 - Blackout

    Google is against it; there is no chance of it passing. Calm down people.
  10. Yeah. It happened. http://imageshack.us/g/215/kille.png/
  11. "Oh I've read the whole thread. It's one of the one's I've been watching, and you'll notice I've posted in here before. I'll quite happily hold my hand up and say I'm part of the voluntary human extinction movement. With the rate our population is currently expanding I *do* think we're parasites. If humanity showed itself capable of anything other than mindless expansion I'd likely say there's no problem with us being here - but while we're so obsessed with this idea of growth (and you only have to see all the reactions to the recent shrinking of economies to see that we are) then we're doing
  12. "Also, I think humanity is a beautiful thing. We are an extraordinary race. It's amazing that, from out of the rock and dust that comprised this universe, a single self-replicating cell was formed and from it evolved into an intelligent multicellular organism that is self-aware and has the potential to accomplish many great things. This, by itself, is already an immense feat of nature and a massive improbability in chance; though it could also be an evolutionary inevitability, but that's besides the point. The universe could've simply floated on forever, full of rock, ice, and dust, and nothin
  13. Fine. Humans taste gross. Why not? That still leaves you defeated unless you can somehow justify eating animals that are substantially more valuable and important than yourself.
  14. You completely neglected to counter any of the arguments against you there. Whether you verbalize it or not, you just admitted defeat.
  15. "Just because I am not a vegetarian does not make me a hypocrite. Tigers are carnivores; they eat other animals, including humans sometimes. Therefore, it is acceptable for me to eat other animals" Yes, it does make you a hypocrite. The tiger would also be a hypocrite if it valued the animals that it eats over itself. But it doesn't. Your logic does not make much sense there. Especially since you specifically say that tigers sometimes eat people, yet you would not. I'll use your own arguement of "if a tiger can do it, then it's ok for me to." "(but not people ." Why not? I
  16. "@Cheeze invoking Godwins law - there's a difference between killing people and doing nothing. It's a difference that's well observed in the medical profession. Withholding aid is in no way, shape, or form the same thing as commiting mass genocide." You clearly haven't read this whole thread. There are people here that would wipe the human race off the face of the planet if they could do so without harming the precious tigers. You may not be for that, but there are people here who are, and my comment was directed at them. Saying "You invoked Godwin's Law! Your arguement is invalid!" is a
  17. I am going to take this opportunity to ask every single person who said that they would rather save a tiger than a human, if they are vegetarians. If not, then they are hypocrites. It's one thing to say that humans and animals are equal, but most people voting for the tiger are actually putting humans BELOW them. So why then, as a human, would you eat these gods of animals? Checkmate.
  18. There are people here saying that they would rather let a human child starve to death than a dog or tiger. These same people are saying that they dislike the whole human race for being disgusting, cruel, etc. Well you are certainly proving your point. That kind of mindset is very dangerous. I bet Hitler didn't value human life too much either. What you people are suggesting is that all he did was help bring the overpopulated human race down to a better level.
  19. Lyth, I was "that guy who threw 6 grenades in his friends base killing 3 NPCs and both of us" so...
  20. With the multiplayer thing it isn't necessary to add others on Steam. You just have to use Hamachi or something similar. I could make a "Dragon Cave Terraria" network on Hamachi, but I don't know how we would work out when to all get on. And if we did decide to do this, would we create a new world with new characters to start from scratch, start a new world to explore but bring our mains and supplies, or use an existing world with our existing characters?