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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Blackhawk » Tue Dec 11, 2018 12:20 pm

I will answer with my favorite pen-and-paper GMing answer:

"Whatever the plot requires."
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Post by gameoverman » Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:24 pm

El Guapo wrote:
Tue Dec 11, 2018 11:37 am
Blackhawk wrote:
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Animals were absolutely, 100% including, even the sentient, non-sapient varieties. Kevin Feige confirmed it. Half of all puppies, kittens, cockroaches, and pink winged alien elephants. And half of Rocket, because there is only one of him.
Interesting. Though that raises the question - when Thanos is eliminating "half of all living things", are we talking a giant pool of every living being, or does each pool get divided in half? Like, is it half of humans, half of dogs, half of cats, etc., or is it (humans + cats + dogs) / 2? Because if it's the latter, a lot of the lives are going to wind up being fruit flies, mosquitoes, ants, etc., such that the human / intelligent loss would probably wind up being considerably less than half.
I think it has to be (entire pool of all life)/2. Otherwise how does Thanos 'aim' at half of each kind of life? For one thing, he'd have to have complete knowledge of every single type of life before he could decide to to kill half of one of those types. What if there were lizard people on an unknown lizard planet? How do you kill any of them if you don't know they exist? I think the stones empower the wearer but I don't think the idea is the stones act on general orders.
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Re: Avengers: End Game

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gameoverman wrote:
Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:24 pm
El Guapo wrote:
Tue Dec 11, 2018 11:37 am
Blackhawk wrote:
Tue Dec 11, 2018 1:47 am
Animals were absolutely, 100% including, even the sentient, non-sapient varieties. Kevin Feige confirmed it. Half of all puppies, kittens, cockroaches, and pink winged alien elephants. And half of Rocket, because there is only one of him.
Interesting. Though that raises the question - when Thanos is eliminating "half of all living things", are we talking a giant pool of every living being, or does each pool get divided in half? Like, is it half of humans, half of dogs, half of cats, etc., or is it (humans + cats + dogs) / 2? Because if it's the latter, a lot of the lives are going to wind up being fruit flies, mosquitoes, ants, etc., such that the human / intelligent loss would probably wind up being considerably less than half.
I think it has to be (entire pool of all life)/2. Otherwise how does Thanos 'aim' at half of each kind of life? For one thing, he'd have to have complete knowledge of every single type of life before he could decide to to kill half of one of those types. What if there were lizard people on an unknown lizard planet? How do you kill any of them if you don't know they exist? I think the stones empower the wearer but I don't think the idea is the stones act on general orders.
Thanos-"Kill exactly half of each kind of lifeform in the universe."
Gauntlet-"Okay, lucky for you we have an up to date list of all lifeforms, so we can get this done in a snap."
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Thanos- "Gauntlet, kill half of each kind of lifeform in the universe!"

Gauntlet- Updating....
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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Unagi » Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:52 pm

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I think it has to be (entire pool of all life)/2. Otherwise how does Thanos 'aim' at half of each kind of life? For one thing, he'd have to have complete knowledge of every single type of life before he could decide to to kill half of one of those types. What if there were lizard people on an unknown lizard planet? How do you kill any of them if you don't know they exist? I think the stones empower the wearer but I don't think the idea is the stones act on general orders.
Pretty sure the soul stone, mind stone and the space stone could take care of all that. Soul stone can smell out this 'sentient life' with the help of the power and space stone, it could find it anywhere, and with the time stone - it could happen in no time flat.

So I would argue it absoluetly could kill off species he's not even aware of, just like it could kill off people he is personally aware of. Why are you ok with the general order 'half of that there human race', but not 'half of all the souls of the universe' ?

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Re: Avengers: End Game

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Freyland wrote:
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Gauntlet- Updating....
:ugeek: ... time stone

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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Skinypupy » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:26 am

Final trailer. I'm still not really sure what to think. :?

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Post by Paingod » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:44 am

It looks dark, which you'd think it should be after 50% of life is snuffed out.
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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Victoria Raverna » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:53 am

So how did Thor get his old hammer? Confirmed time travel?

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The hammer is too big to be the old one. So is that the Stormbreaker?

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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by AWS260 » Thu Mar 14, 2019 9:20 am

I don't know why, but the last shot in that trailer gives me the feels.

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Post by JCC » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:36 pm

I think today's trailer was just goose bump inducing awesomeness. I can't wait to see this on opening Friday with a bunch of my co-worker friends!!!!!

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Post by dbt1949 » Sun Mar 31, 2019 11:14 am

Just read an article that said Ant Man could defeat Thanos by going up his butt.
This sounds really cool.
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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Freyland » Sun Mar 31, 2019 2:37 pm

Totally unexpected angle to "ants in your pants".
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Post by Freyland » Sun Mar 31, 2019 2:40 pm

I guess it's also worth adding that the Ant Man character started off as a small time burglar, so he is probably accustomed to going in through the back door.



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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by pr0ner » Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:03 pm

Trying to buy tickets for this movie today has been an adventure.

The AMC app and website simply won't work, and the Regal app won't actually create a ticket for me for any showtime I try to pick. Oy.
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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Hyena » Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:31 pm

Freyland wrote:
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I guess it's also worth adding that the Ant Man character started off as a small time burglar, so he is probably accustomed to going in through the back door.



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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by JCC » Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:45 pm

One of the mangers at work bought 10 tickets for a bunch of us to go. We had some issues on the Regal site at first (there was a minute timer we had to waith through) but after that it went through fine. Going to see it Friday at 3:30pm on opening weekend. Haven't been so excited for any movie (as a "grown up") in ... ever...?

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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by JCC » Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:45 pm

New trailer out today too with plenty of stuff not seen before.

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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Unagi » Tue Apr 02, 2019 2:49 pm

JCC wrote:
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New trailer out today too with plenty of stuff not seen before.

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Post by pr0ner » Tue Apr 02, 2019 3:24 pm

Managed to finally get through on Regal's website and buy a ticket for Monday, the 29th.

At least this way I'll still see it fairly early, but miss out on some of the opening weekend insanity.
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Post by Kraken » Tue Apr 02, 2019 4:49 pm

I just watched the previous Avengers movie a few weeks ago. It was too long and overstuffed for my tastes...but I suppose I ought to see this one eventually. I hope it has 50% fewer superheroes!

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Post by El Guapo » Tue Apr 02, 2019 4:55 pm

Kraken wrote:
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I just watched the previous Avengers movie a few weeks ago. It was too long and overstuffed for my tastes...but I suppose I ought to see this one eventually. I hope it has 50% fewer superheroes!
I dunno, I think they could have packed in a few more.

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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Freyland » Tue Apr 02, 2019 9:11 pm

Hyena wrote:
Tue Apr 02, 2019 12:31 pm
Freyland wrote:
Sun Mar 31, 2019 2:40 pm
I guess it's also worth adding that the Ant Man character started off as a small time burglar, so he is probably accustomed to going in through the back door.



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Post by Victoria Raverna » Mon Apr 15, 2019 7:18 pm

Bought the tickets for Friday. Wanted to watch it the first day (Wednesday) but sold out before I had a chance to buy them. They started to sell them at midnight and I bought mine around 1:30. So the first day showing sold out in less one and half hour. Didn't take a look at second day because the showtimes are not suitable for my schedule.

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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Brian » Tue Apr 23, 2019 2:38 pm

I think Kevin Smith liked it.
So @harleyquinnsmith and I went to the movies tonight, and 3 hours later I’m shook! My God, Endgame is beyond epic! It’s everything you hope it will be and more - an absolute marvel! Bring lotsa tissues for tears and other fluids! I’m pretty sure it will make all the money ever printed! Loved it and would watch again instantly!
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Post by Hamlet3145 » Wed Apr 24, 2019 4:34 am

Just saw it. (I'm in Australia).

Spoiler free review: don't worry; it's good and the end felt satisfying. Also it didn't feel like a three hour movie, so I think that's a compliment.

Okay, SUPER ULTRA MEGA SPOILERS INCOMING. DO NOT CLICK BELOW UNLESS YOU HAVE SEEN THE MOVIE:
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I was initially really annoyed by the whole "we'll fix everything through time travel" trope. But . . . they really didn't do that. Rather, it was a "we'll fix things by borrowing infinity stones from other timelines, but the snap still really happened and five years of absence really happened." It'll be interesting to see how that affects future movies.

Did not expect Thanos to get killed in the first 10 minutes.

Thor stole his hammer from another timeline! Sucks to be other Thor.

Captain Marvel was barely in the movie. That's fine; the focus was on the original crew. She has the Superman problem of being overpowered though. Not sure who they can have her go up against in future that will actually feel like a threat. If Thanos hadn't managed to punch her with a power stone, I think she could have taken him down.

Great Cap moments: hammer & shield! Old Cap! Handing the shield to Falcon while Bucky looks on approvingly.

Great Tony moments: basically all of it as it was just Tony being Tony and that's the last of it we'll ever get. Went out a hero and knowing that everyone would be okay.

Thor: Honestly, he was my one nitpick. I understand that they wanted some comic relief in a pretty dark movie, but I think it was just too much. Needed to dial down the Lebowski a few notches. That said, I'm totally down for Thor being in the the next Guardians where Quill will need to make new Gamora fall for him again.

Dr Hulk was fun.

Black Window's death was shocking, but I understood it.

Tony's daughter could be Iron Heart someday.

Also . . . There was a weird moment at Tony's funeral when the camera lingered on a red haired (I think) teenager for a few moments. Maybe it was nothing, but it felt weird. Like we we're supposed to know who it was.

Anyhow, just some initial thoughts. Thanks for the ride, Marvel.

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Post by Dogstar » Thu Apr 25, 2019 9:54 pm

Initial, non-spoilery impressions:

Ran a little long, and the pacing could use a little work. That being said, the movie exceeded my expectations -- not just as a sequel to Infinity War, but as a culmination of the saga so far. So many good moments.

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Post by Punisher » Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:42 pm

Wife and I just saw it and loved it...
Spoiler:
my wife and I were wondering about the kid at Tony’s funeral as well. Might it be a younger Tony somehow?

We did enjoy the whole Thor running gag thing. She started calling him Santa Thor
Lots of callbacks, funny moments, awesome moments, and some sad ones. Lots of moments that caused the theater to erupt into excitement and only one that caused it to go silent.
Defiantly a great end to the infinity saga... (although I think I read somewhere that the next Spider-Man movie is the true end. Not sure how that would be)
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Post by Hamlet3145 » Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:57 pm

Punisher wrote:
Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:42 pm
Wife and I just saw it and loved it...
Spoiler:
my wife and I were wondering about the kid at Tony’s funeral as well. Might it be a younger Tony somehow?

We did enjoy the whole Thor running gag thing. She started calling him Santa Thor
Lots of callbacks, funny moments, awesome moments, and some sad ones. Lots of moments that caused the theater to erupt into excitement and only one that caused it to go silent.
Defiantly a great end to the infinity saga... (although I think I read somewhere that the next Spider-Man movie is the true end. Not sure how that would be)
Spoiler:
Did some digging and it's apparently the same kid from Iron Man 3, just all grown up now.

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Post by Punisher » Fri Apr 26, 2019 1:32 am

Hamlet3145 wrote:
Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:57 pm
Punisher wrote:
Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:42 pm
Wife and I just saw it and loved it...
Spoiler:
my wife and I were wondering about the kid at Tony’s funeral as well. Might it be a younger Tony somehow?

We did enjoy the whole Thor running gag thing. She started calling him Santa Thor
Lots of callbacks, funny moments, awesome moments, and some sad ones. Lots of moments that caused the theater to erupt into excitement and only one that caused it to go silent.
Defiantly a great end to the infinity saga... (although I think I read somewhere that the next Spider-Man movie is the true end. Not sure how that would be)
Spoiler:
Did some digging and it's apparently the same kid from Iron Man 3, just all grown up now.
Spoiler:
which kid?
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Re: Avengers: End Game

Post by Hamlet3145 » Fri Apr 26, 2019 2:02 am

[/quote]
Spoiler:
which kid?
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Harley Keener played by Ty Simkins. I can barely remember his part in the movie though.

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Post by Combustible Lemur » Fri Apr 26, 2019 3:17 am

Just got back....

9.9999999 / 10
Really a 10/10 in all realities outside of the ideal one.

It's awesome, perfect end / transition to phase 4. Very strong choices while still feeling like a warm blanket.
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2.5 nitpicks.
1.
1/2 of 6 billion is 3 BILLION. Seriously that's 1970 not 1270.
Also dropping 3 billion refugees into a working infrastructure would not result in smiling schoolchildren.

2.
The Thude abides was a note too dumb. I liked some of the jokes. But it played out dischordantly with the rest of the film. Yes Hemsworth, we liked Ragnarok, that doesn't give you free reign. Taika made that awesome not your brilliance.

2.5 They did their best, three hours was full, but several beats, and story lines, got short shrift.


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Hamlet3145 wrote:
Fri Apr 26, 2019 2:02 am
Spoiler:
which kid?
[/quote]
Spoiler:
Harley Keener played by Ty Simkins. I can barely remember his part in the movie though.
[/quote]

Wow. Thanks! I had to look him up. He looks nothing like his previous role.
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Anyone stay to the end after the cutscenes?

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Post by Daehawk » Fri Apr 26, 2019 9:23 pm

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Click the gauntlet top right under the thumbnails. I dont think theres any spoilers as its just a Google search for Thanos with the gauntlet .
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Anyone stay to the end after the cutscenes?

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Post by naednek » Sat Apr 27, 2019 12:25 am

stimpy wrote:
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Anyone stay to the end after the cutscenes?

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