What kind of giant?

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What temperment of giant is best?

Passive / Friendly
Playful / Mischevious
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What kind of giant?

Postby bennie » Sun Nov 16, 2003 8:57 am

Inuyasha suggested this one. I like this one :)

What kind of giant is best?
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Postby Geemo » Sun Nov 16, 2003 9:39 am

This was a pick between the aggressive and the playful/mischevious.

While flat out aggressive can be interesting and desirable at times, variety *is* the spice of life and being unpredictable is much more alluring.

A large creature whom is always on the rampage is just something you might avoid, while a large creature that you associate with but never fully know what they're scheming... is even better!
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Postby eric the wolf » Sun Nov 16, 2003 1:34 pm

I picked aggressive,simply because thats the most interesting,to me, when it comes to giants.
I love to see them rampaging through towns eating tiny furs,destroying buildings,smashing cars,tormenting furs,and just generally wreaking havoc!Its just kewl to see giants and destruction,they fit together perfectly!
On the other paw,destruction gets kinda' dull after a while,its good to see giants with other personalities too,such as the personalities listed in the poll,as Geemo said, varitey is the spice of life!
But for me, aggressive has to be favorite!I love to see giants annihilate cities and the like.
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Postby MrPerson » Sun Nov 16, 2003 4:17 pm

What Geemo said. All of those can be fun, but unpredictability is a very, very good thing. In fact, methinks a lot of people I know would pick the 'playful/mischievous' one :)
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Postby Nyx » Sun Nov 16, 2003 4:32 pm

Well, cruel, sadistic, and just-plain-ornery weren't options, so I chose "aggressive."
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Postby CashewLou » Sun Nov 16, 2003 6:32 pm

I chose playful/mischievous here. Aggressive can be a little too scary for my tastes, and passive is, well...a couch.

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Postby Tombfyre » Sun Nov 16, 2003 6:52 pm

I too close playful/mischievous. 'tis how I am, and I like that kinda attidude back. Plus its a great mix if both worlds.
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Postby dnapalmhead » Sun Nov 16, 2003 7:06 pm

Definitely playful, I'd say. Then you could take all sorts of directions with the actions from a giant of that type. 'Sides, some of us feel cute and passive one minute, then ready to destroy/romp another, so...this fits just fine :)

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Postby Dustin » Sun Nov 16, 2003 7:49 pm


Its just so much cooler when a giant does a lot of damage while being innocent towards it, and it makes the littles/victims look much more vulnerable when their city is being destroyed/folks are being killed and the giant is only having a happy fun time.

And I think playful macros are more likely to actually do *anything*.

I don't like silly, or overly realistic though (like a pie-throwing macro).


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Postby Penn » Mon Nov 17, 2003 2:37 pm

Playful / Mischevious
:3 Cuz they have more fun and are less likely to make a Penn sandwich
:| I loose more pants that way
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