Best.Winnie the Pooh: UNLEASHED
A WARRIOR IS NOT BORN, BUT MADE
They say my real name is Pooh, but who the hell calls a bear Pooh? These days, everyone calls me Ronin, because I am a warrior and have no master. I used to have a master, but Team Rocket murdered my sensei, Christopher Robin, and captured my best friend Piglet because they thought he was a rare Pokemon. Since that day I always wore one of the sleeves of my red shirt empty to remind myself. I swore I would hunt them to the ends of the earth, no matter how long it took, and then I did. Piglet was already dead, though. Before Team Rocket died, they told me a Bounty Hunter had killed him.
I knew that I was not strong enough to fight Boba Fett, so I went to Tigger’s house to learn the deadly Tiger-style. Tigger was always faster than me, but if people think a Tiger can really take a Bear in a fair fight, then yeah right. I defeated him and that meant I was worthy to learn the Hoop-de-Dooper Loop-de-Looper Alley-Ooper Bounce, the deadliest technique in history.
HUNTING THE HUNTER
It takes a Bounty Hunter to catch a Bounty Hunter, though, so I hired the Bebop and paid them a hundred thousand jars of honey to take me to Boba Fett’s secret base. They agreed, but they had to eat a lot of honey and make lots of different dishes from honey along the way because they had no other food. I didn’t mind because I love honey, but Spike complained a lot but also taught me new moves.
I finally faced Boba Fett, and I thought I was ready to beat him, but he took off his mask, revealing that he was actually a Protoss Archon, and shot me with psy-shockwaves. He would’ve killed me, but he made one big mistake. He called me “silly old bear” when he was about to finish me off, and no one gets to call me that. Well, one person had the right to call me that, but he was dead now and it reminded me of this as well.
FACING THE TRUE MASTER
I transformed into my true form that looks like a really strong bear, and defeated him. But then I realized that Boba Fett is a bounty hunter, which meant someone had hired him! “Brilliant deduction, Detective” someone said, and Ra's al Ghul stepped from the shadows.
“You are the one who had Christopher Robin murdered, Ra’s! Team Rocket were just your puppets!” I said. Then he called me a silly ol’ bear, and that made me angry, but Ra’s blocked my attack with the Masamune. He had me right where he wanted me, and I would’ve been defeated, but it was a full moon that night. Everyone knows Pooh Bears turn into giant apes on a full moon, but Ra’s forgot, and it cost him his life. Except I am not sure he is dead. Maybe one day I will fight him again, but for now, I must wander the land, becoming stronger.
A Flock of Sheep.
A Pack of Wolves.
An Inconvenience of Heroes.
...Dang, how did I miss this change? O_o
"This is the energy that caused the extinction of your race! Now die again!"-Musashi Tomoe
It's better to burn out, than to fade away!-The Kurgan
Please.........I go through everyone's trash.-The Question
"I said, I'm singing a song. And when someone's singing a song, YOU DON'T SHOOT THEM!"-Kenji Endo
~For the truth lies, ever softly, within the heart of madness~
World of Civero: Shadows of the Djinnoa - Cerise
Time to request help...
Anyone know of any ancient myths involving time travel? TV Tropes has failed me on this. Not a big thing, but it bugs me. There has to be something like that.
Basically I have an idea for a setting with the government being broken into "Projects" named after an ancient (usually Greek) hero relating to their mission. Project Deucalion for the group that is making people, Project Cassandra for the group working on predicting the future (separate from the time travel Project, ideally), Project Heracles for the redeeming the villains. So, anyone have an idea for a suitable hero for this project?
Redneck spiders child is a badass. While it's parent can't catch prey to save it's life. It's child literally jumps on the back of ants larger than it and wrestles them back into it's web.
Yeah I give up. They would need like a bajillion UNs to take it out. And they would all have to work.
Hmmm... cosy as dungeons go.
Some simple maths for you:
(Opening night of a play in which you are the lead, who shouts quite a lot) + (viral infection leaving you with no voice) = Mild concern about how tonight will go.
Jack of No Trades, Master of Less
took my mom out to dinner
spent some of it drawing on the table with my b rother about various scenarios he would trap me in
this included flying sharks, me being crippled and a pack of wild cannibals
they label me a villain cause of how I express my feelings
Different people learn in different ways, but there's 3 main methods:
1) Visual (seeing how things work) - TV would handle this fine.
2) Auditory (e.g. Having things explained to them) - again, TV would handle this fine.
3) Kinesthetics (how it makes you feel) - That's where TV is limited.
If Angel TV had a method of transmitting feelings as well, then I'm sure it would work.
Jack of No Trades, Master of Less
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Bronies ate my homework, so I'm gonna flunk Contemporary Poetry.
"When I'm done with you, no one's gonna dare take your picture."
-Super Macho Man