Essential Retard

Because death would've been too merciful.

Vote for the most retarded Sonic character.

Ray the Flying Squirrel
7
9%
Charmy Bee (the old one)
1
1%
Charmy Bee (the new one)
24
30%
Vector the Crocodile (the new one)
3
4%
Espio the Chameleon (the new one)
3
4%
Big the Cat
15
19%
Cream the Rabbit
15
19%
Other (reply with your nomination)
12
15%
 
Total votes: 80

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Post by Brazillian Cara »

Where are those photos anyway? In the Team Chaotix intro movie?

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Post by Stardust Speedman »

I voted for Big. Actually, I hate Charmy and Vektor more. But fishing with Big in Sonic Adventure was the worst thing ever in a Sonic game. It just wasn't a Sonic game at all (I mean fishing with Big). In Sonic Heroes, however, Big is OK.

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Big. Definetly. Definetly Big. He's the biggest (pun intended) retard ever. Cream is a philosopher/nobel prize winner in comparison to Big.

I don't know why people don't like Charmy Bee. Actually, I didn't like him on Chaotix, because he was just too stupid to control, too tiny and he couldn't jump dammit. But I actually liked him on Sonic Heroes. He has the most crazy personality of all, blabbering and screaming absurd things about anything on his annoying (but coherent) voice. His little arguments with Vector also amused me during the game.

But then again, that's just me.

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Post by Tsuyoshi-kun »

I didn't actually hate Heroes Charmy either, but his voice, in both English and Japanese, gets grating after awhile.

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Post by Cypher »

Ngangbius wrote:
Do most 2-5 year olds have the motor skills to play a Sonic game--even using Cream? I know my 3 year cousin never got past the first level of Leaf Forest even with using Cream.
My 2-and-a-half year old cousin absolutely burned it through Green Hill Zone Act 1 without even losing any rings. Maybe it was a fluke, but he did actually seem to be quite good.
Then we played Sonic 2 and i taught him to spin dash and everything... So proud

As for most retarded character, I'd say Cream, for the same reasons others have mentioned.

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Lies. At the age of 4 I couldn't even tackle a gani-gani.

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Yes but kids these days are getting more techno. Heck, I even seen a diddy little PS2 controller (in W.H. Smith) for the younger ones.

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They were probably invented up by the same people that thought Ecko Unltd clothes and Timberlands for infants was a good idea.

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Seriously though, when I see a young kid on a computer it just freaks me out. Especially if it seems like they know what they're doing.

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*shrug* Computers aren't as hard to use as everyone seems to think they are. Used properly, they're one of the best educational/entertainment tools we have.

Those damn kids should still be outside, though. Off finding the fish and whatnot.

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Delphine wrote:Used properly, it's one of the best educational/entertainment tools we have.
Books? Saves on electricity.

I remember being a kid. If I climbed trees, the locals called the cops on us. If I went catching sticklebacks and frogs in the stream, the locals called the RSPCA on us. No wonder I stayed inside playing fucking videogames all the time.

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Books aren't as fast.

Sticklebacks?

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Stickleback: A type of fish with 3 spikes (stickles) on it's back that it sticks up when in defense (much like a perch). The male has a red belly during mating season and makes a nest from pondweed. Aggresive little fuckers aswell.

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What the fucking shit? I posted a reply to Del like 2 minutes ago and it disappeared. Tsui, your board sucks.

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Are you sure you actually posted it and didn't only THINK you posted it? Because I've done that.

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No, I actually posted. I'm not a retard, nor living in the Matrix. This is like the third time it's happened today, too.

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Maybe the board hates you. Maybe it's jealous because you're sexier than it.

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It's the likeliest explanation. I am pretty sexy.

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I didn't do anything.

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Computers don't KILL TREES OMG

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And... books do? *eyes her bookshelf... and her bookbox... and the pile of books on her floor*

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MURDERER!

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Post by Spazz »

I've noticed when I'm browsing the forum, the title of the page doesn't change anymore. It's always "The GHZ Forum :: Index."

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The forum hasn't been acting weid for me at all.

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Mine's still the same although a forum page failed to load for me about 5 minutes ago.

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