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Extreme-a-saur: It may look dangerous, but this vehicle modeled after the most fearsome of imaginary friends is surprisingly comfortable   

FusionFall Fanworks / Re: Fusionfall retro vehicle idea
« on: September 26, 2019, 02:10:38 PM »
Cyber-bloo: Taking a break from being in the Ice Charades, one of Bloo's look-a-likes happily helps you get around town.

FusionFall Fanworks / Re: Music
« on: September 03, 2019, 09:59:46 PM »
Very nice. Hope to hear more.

FusionFall Retro Discussion / Freezing
« on: August 10, 2019, 02:06:12 PM »
I can't go 5 steps without the entire game freezing. This problem only start yesterday, but hasn't stopped since

Not an artist, just entered for fun.

FusionFall Retro Discussion / Re: I Need Help
« on: July 23, 2019, 04:02:25 PM »
Do you have max armor on and weapon focused on the main body?

Honestly, you can die during the entire fight as long as you kill him during each phase.
Max Armor?

FusionFall Retro Discussion / I Need Help
« on: July 23, 2019, 03:51:49 PM »
 :(I'm stuck on Lord Fuse. His second phase always kills me. Any help is appreciated.  :(

FusionFall Fanworks / Re: Nicís Art Thread
« on: July 21, 2019, 11:26:10 PM »
Boss Motion Picture Patroller: Motion Picture Punisher

Boss Herbivore Horror: Huge Herbivore Horror

Hollowood Area Info: Home of the stars, or at least it used to be before Fuse's infection. All the celebrities left town when he brought all the movie equipment to life. The film lots and condos are totally empty. (Guess we won't be getting another Action Hank film anytime soon.)

Poisonous Pier Area Info (Where Fusion Bubbie would be): The biggest and most toxic of all the fusion clones was without a doubt Fusion Bubbie. She tried to spread fusion matter to all of the planet's oceans. Thankfully, the KND SKWID squad was eventually able to overpower Fusion Bubble before she got too far. Though Dexter was able to capture Fusion Bubbie in one his force fields, she continues to infect the nearby water. He set up a warp pad that connects the pier to Fusion Bubbie's mouth in hopes the one of the heroes can find a way to stop her.

FusionFall Fanworks / Re: Fusionfall fanart
« on: June 26, 2019, 11:18:41 PM »
I love your style and models, keep up the great work!  :D

Thank you! I miss seeing your stuff, you should model again soon  :D

Is there any story reason why Peridot has Mandark Tech?

First i was thinking that she would be working with dexter at Dexlabs. Then i was thinking about how Peridot and Pearl kinda have a rivalry, which led me to the idea of one of them would be at Dexlabs and the other would work with Mandark. So i made Peridot work with Mandark instead of with Dexter, since it feels more right for Pearl to work with Dexter.

I tried coloring and shade a sketch i did of Anais

I can see Pearl being attracted to Dexter's clean, sterile, and organized labs. Pearls (especially the CG's Pearl) are design to organize, keep order, and strive for perfection. And I totally see Peridot joining Mandark just to irk Pearl. I'd also be cool if they were involved in guide missions with Pearl giving being a part of Dexter's guide missions and Peridot being a part of Mojo's guide mission (Since he does interact with Mandark).

FusionFall Fanworks / Re: Fusionfall fanart
« on: June 21, 2019, 08:17:53 PM »
Is there any story reason why Peridot has Mandark Tech?

Suggestions / Re: Mandark Industries replacing Dexlabs
« on: February 13, 2019, 08:33:42 PM »
I think some of the enemies in Genius Grove and Tech Square (Doom Drone, Tech Wing, Tech Tunneler, Mech Queen, Cyberus, Sky Drone) should be made of not just Dexlab tech, but Mandark Industries tech. All the devs would have to do is make their armor black instead of blue and replace any Dexlab logos with Mandark Industries logos. It'd also be cool to see some infected zones contained with Mandark tech. Make the force fields red instead of blue and a Mandroid warp you instead of a Dexbot.

Off Topic / Re: Unpopular Opinions of the Animation World
« on: January 28, 2019, 04:38:02 PM »
All of us have opinions, views and tastes which just aren't held by the public at large. But you need not be scared or ashamed to share them any longer. Here is the thread where you can share those less-than-popular opinions about animation and cartoons without fear of derision or persecution. Just state them here. And no flaming or arguing please; we're all entitled to our views, popular or not.

I'll start:

I find Peanuts to be highly overrated. The strips and specials have their amusing moments, but by and large I find it to be very dull, depressing and even a little mean-spirited now. Nonstop losing, unrequited love and failure gets seriously old after a while.

I like Marvel's Super Hero Squad Show. There, I said it. I don't care how goofy and silly it is, I don't care if hardcore comic book fans consider it to be a blight on Marvel's various franchises, I enjoy the series precisely because it's so goofy and silly. And I love the concept of all of Marvel's characters residing in in single city as a setting. Yes, it's just set up to sell toys, but I still love Superhero City. I love it.

I don't mind or even care that CGI has become the dominant animation style in animated features now. I'm sick of people bemoaning the fact that CGI exists and acting like computer animation is the first sign of Armageddon. I'm also sick of people bad-mouthing Flash animation. CG and Flash are just like everything else: there are good and bad examples of each. I wish folks would learn to judge cartoons by the quality of the art, writing and direction, not solely by how they're animated.

Johnny Test is not the abomination that most people make it out to be. Sure, the show's writing is kind of weak and the stories can get very repetitive at times, but it's an OK concept and some of the characters are at least interesting ideas. JT would actually be a pretty decent show, if they would just get rid of the title character, whom I find to be an annoying, generic twit.

I think I'm starting to seriously dislike 'adult' cartoons now. When did 'adult' come to mean as scatological, trippy, lewd, crude and unfunny as possible? I'm done with all of Seth MacFarlane's shows, and Adult Swim is really starting to rub me the wrong way. The less said about AS's live-action 'comedies', the better.

Avatar: the Last Airbender just bored me. I know a lot of people really loved this show, but I found it to be very dull and slow-moving. I liked the concept of the Benders and I liked Toph, but beyond that A:TLA just never clicked with me.

I've tried and tried, but I just can't get into Adventure Time, and I probably never will. People on Toon Zone especially never stop heaping praise on AT, saying how wonderfully quirky, compelling and deep it is, but at best I find myself scratching my head over it, at the worst it just leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I don't like how it's so often lacking in form and structure: it tries to be simultaneously a comedy, a stoner show, an action show and a drama, and doesn't succeed at any of them. I kind of like Jake, he has some good lines now and then, although his spotlight episodes tend to be kind of weak. Finn I just can't get into at all, though I've tried. I didn't really like the Fionna and Cake gender-swap episode (though the majority of TZ loved it), but I will say that I probably liked Finn's female counterpart Fionna more in her one appearance than I ever have or will like Finn himself.

Lupin the 3rd is flat-out one of the best anime ever made, and it's seriously deserving of more praise than it's ever received in the US.

Rocko's Modern Life is simply the single best thing Nickelodeon has ever put on the air. Ever. On a semi-related note, there have only been about 3 really good or above average Nicktoons: Rocko, Angry Beavers and KaBlam!, IMHO.

While I don't hate Hanna-Barbera, I've never felt like the works of that studio belong in the same category as the likes of Warner Bros and MGM, or even Jay Ward. It's not the limited animation, their shows, characters and humor have never really gelled with me for whatever reason. Even H-B's most major productions like The Flintstones, Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound were just 'meh' at best to me.

I find the unabashed love, praise and adulation for Cartoon Network's Toonami block to be annoying and a little shallow and sad. I enjoyed the block too back in the day when it was good, but the way some people hype this show to the sky and act like it was the single greatest achievement in human history is just ridiculous. As if these shows were somehow made 100 times better just because they were surrounded by bumpers of a robot talking with the voice of Steven Jay Blum. I honestly like the Miguzi bumpers more.
I respect all of your opinions and hope you stick with them, but I'll respond.
1. Eric Andre is one of THE funniest shows ever seen and there's nothing you can say to change my opinion on that.
2. I also don't think Toonami is the single greatest achievement in human history, but it is probably one of the biggest steps in popularizing anime to the western audience. It made so many popular animes convenient and fun to watch stateside all with memorable and likable host. 

Now for my own unpopular opinions

1. I really don't mind Unikitty. I'm hesitant to call it a "good" show, but has its moments and Richard makes it worth watching IMO.
2. I don't get all the hate behind Misadventures of Flapjack. It can get a little gross at times, but Its pretty funny. Far from favorite show, but not a bad watch.
3. Over The Garden Wall is alright at best. The animation is pretty good, especially for a T.V show. Beyond that I never found Wirt or Greg that interesting as characters (Beatrice was awesome though). The world looked creative, but we see so little of it that I don't get engaged. The Beast was pretty average villain. Creepy for sure, but not breaking any top 10 list.

Off Topic / Re: The Magical Dealer Has A New Vid!
« on: January 28, 2019, 03:29:39 PM »
You gnot me

FusionFall Legacy Discussion / Re: Map Revamp
« on: January 20, 2019, 10:42:16 PM »
1. I feel that the Catacombs (both lower and upper) could have some minor change in terms of the width of the tunnels that are needed to move from one area to another. The tunnels are just kinda too enclosed and with the crazy amount of enemies lurking there, it's kinda hard to not get spotted.  Apart from that, I kinda enjoy the Catacombs due to the majestic building-abandoned castle in the lake which is more fun if we could really explore its interior. From the pic of the day, I'm kinda excited for that weird door thing in the area which  could lead to new areas.

2. An area deserving of a revamp would be Habitat Homes in Suburbs. I always feel that the place could receive improvement in order to better express the "wild" vibe. The way the area looks like resembles any other normal area where humans live although Habitat Homes is populated by mostly animals. So, I propose that the area could have houses that looks like the habitat of animals(I.e tree houses that monkeys live/tanks for aquatic animals). Because of this, the areas would be more complex and more secrets or crates could be hidden.

3. Galaxy gardens could also have some changes such as more variety of plants in IZ and outside IZ. The nearby river could also use some aquatic animals and plants. There could be also be a mission provided by animal-loving/environment-loving NPCs (Probably Bubbles) to check on them.

4. In Bravo Beach,  next to the castle IZ is a small island. Perhaps some secrets could be added there.


1. I remember that In Courage The Cowardly Dog, there is a small town somewhere in Nowhere which was featured in some episodes(I think one of the episode is about a beam turning everyone rude). Perhaps, players could explore the town and Eustace missions could be based on the location. One mission I thought of would be greedy Eustace sending players there for selfish reasons and Courage would probably ask the player to do something good instead).

2. A underwater based area could also be added. Dexter would probably have built a diving suit or something for players to explore this area which could be a new interesting mechanic (they could add it after they launched the game ). Maybe Susan Strong underwater city thing could be placed there and her missions involve preventing Fuse from invading that area and making it a stronghold.
1. I think the only thing they really need to do the Catacombs is just remove the enemies from the tunnels and keep them in the openings in between to give players move breathing room. The castle would a cool area to explore. And I think eggplant and chicken hideouts could be more distinguishable. Like make the eggplant hideout move grassy and vine-filled. Make the chicken hideout more spacey and sci-fi looking.

2. I agree that Habitat Homes should be surrounded in tree-houses, ponds, swampy-looking houses. Places that animals would like to live in. I also think there should be a Monkey Skyway or Tube that takes you to the Zoo. Habitat Homes is close to the city and it makes sense that the zoo animals would have a quick way to getting to Charles Darwin.

3. I feel Galaxy Garden IZ should feel more like a former tourist attraction turned IZ. Have remnants of a gift shop or a ticket booth mixed with all the plants. I hate having to travel from one side of the structure to the other just get to a jump pad or needing a high/rocket jump nano just get there. Just make a ramp. There technically is a river between Galaxy Garden and City Station. You could do more with it.

4. During the Knishmas event, they hid an ice giant on that island. Did could more with it. I just want them to add Pop's Diner. It's criminal the such an iconic Johnny Bravo location isn't in the Johnny Bravo area.

A1. I see it being east of Nowhere and south of (Where I think) Providence Base is going to be. A nice little town in the desert could Nowhere feel more alive

A2. Whoosh the whale would be a more practical way to getting to an underwater area. (New mechanics would be cool, just being grounded). Susan Strong would be cool addition to FFL, but I also want to see the Triseraquins from Samurai Jack. The city they live in would make for a pretty cool area. Maybe we'll get both.

FusionFall Legacy Discussion / Map Revamp
« on: January 19, 2019, 10:20:52 PM »
What areas in FusionFall do you think could benefit from a revamp in Legacy? And what changes would you make to make said area more fun to traverse through? Are there any new areas you'd like to see in Legacy? (whether based on a CN show or totally original.) What purpose would said area serve to the lore of FusionFall?

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