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CapnAndy said on June 10th, 2008 at 10:17 am

Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS), which is why I based my GURPS character on her.

Yes, GURPS is nerdier than D&D. I have charts.

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Armored Gorilla said on June 10th, 2008 at 10:24 am

Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS), which is why I based my GURPS character on her personality and my warlock’s appearance in World of Warcraft.

WoW always makes things nerdier.

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Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS), which is why I based my GURPS character on her personality and my warlock’s appearance in World of Warcraft and my LARP costume on her appearance.

Because nothing says nerd than standing around wearing a cape and/or a unitard in the parking lot of an IHOP.

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Armored Gorilla said on June 10th, 2008 at 10:29 am

Gonna try to one up myself here …

Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are leopardus pardalis; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS or a warp drive and working knowledge of the light-speed breakaway factor), which is why I based my GURPS character on her personality and my warlock’s appearance in World of Warcraft.

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Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction text adventure where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS). You can find a copy of the game’s source, as well as a build for NetBSD, on my FTP server. If you don’t have my PGP key (security=freedom!) to access the server, ask me for it via IRC. I can usually be found on #libertarians.

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Armored Gorilla said on June 10th, 2008 at 10:32 am

“I can usually be found on #libertarians.”

Beautiful.

“I can usually be found on #rprevolution.”

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Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS), and her undying passion for Oce-Rosslin is as deep and beautiful as that between the mortal man Beren and the elvin maiden Lúthien, who wrested a Silmaril from the crown of Morgoth the destroyer. [Tolkien stinks it up nerd-style.]

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COME ON GUYS, LET’S GO BEAT UP SOME JOCKS!

Ahem.

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It’s like a wonderful twist on the perfect country song lyrics.

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Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS). An interesting variation in canon found in my universe is the creation of the Ocylons by a vampiric Dr. Wily, who incorporated various elemental attacks into each Ocylon model (ie Freeze Oceleoben or Chainsaw Doralelot). Check out my livejournal for more information, including pics of me cosplaying as Ocyclops at Furcon and a complete index of Joss Whedon references made in my expansive, multichapter work.

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My nerdemia just went offscale.

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Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS). An interesting variation in canon found in my universe is the creation of the Ocylons by a vampiric Dr. Wily, who incorporated various elemental attacks into each Ocylon model (ie Freeze Oceleoben or Chainsaw Doralelot). Check out my livejournal for more information, including pics of me cosplaying as Ocyclops at Furcon and a complete index of Joss Whedon references made in my expansive, multichapter work, which can be found following the complete index of Digimon references for the same.

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Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS or a warp drive and working knowledge of the light-speed breakaway factor), which is why I based my GURPS character on her personality and my warlock’s appearance in World of Warcraft.). An interesting variation in canon found in my universe is the creation of the Ocylons by a vampiric Dr. Wily, who incorporated various elemental attacks into each Ocylon model (ie Freeze Oceleoben or Chainsaw Doralelot). Check out my livejournal for more information, including pics of me cosplaying as Ocyclops at Furcon and a complete index of Joss Whedon references made in my expansive, multichapter work, which can be found following the complete index of Digimon references for the same.
You can also find my multi-part X-men/Ranma 1/2 fusion fic “Wolverine 1/2”, co written with CutieCowMaMa over at the X-men slash archives or at alt.binaries.usenet.ranmaslashfic.

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Apparently some people are confused about the difference between a sentence and a paragraph.

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Wait, what’s so nerdy about Megaman? I mean.. what makes it more nerdy than -say- ROM, Spaceknight? :(

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I think we need a nerdier character than Mystique, to be honest. In the movies, badass hot shapeshifter chick? No no no, what we need is something like Jack Power or Anthro.

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It really is a shame that Girffey’s 600th homerun had to happen in Florida in front of like, 20 people… oh… wait …. i’ve made a huge mistake …. backs away slowly

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[…] Nerdiest. Sentence. Ever. Mighty God King attempts to construct the nerdiest sentence ever. […]

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Brevity is the soul of geekery.

Since most Jedi practice the Niman form, Shadowcat’s victory is assured.

Eleven words.

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“While I appreciate the sentiment of your blog comment, specifically on your Wikipedia VFD struggle regarding the Neutral Evil entry sub-category detailing how your excellent anthropomorphic Battlestar Galactica/Marvel universe fanfiction has altered the spectrum of LARP/RPG fandoms class alignment categorizations, I must point out that your run-on sentence is grammatically atrocious.”

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Andrew W. said on June 10th, 2008 at 2:19 pm

All it needs now is maybe some Ayn Rand name-dropping (maybe some kind of cyborg clone from the future), and the ‘author’ mentioning he has self-diagnosed asperger’s.

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I like the first version best.

Be succinct.

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Galamb_borong said on June 10th, 2008 at 3:13 pm

“Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica high school AU where all the characters are ewoks; her collaboration with The Nothing is timeless so far as I am concerned ( unless you’re one the bastards at 4chan who can’t grock my inclusion of steampunk Transformers ).”

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I have no ultimate nerd sentence contribution, I just need to say:

“Ocylons” is perhaps the funniest thing I’ve ever read. Seriously.

Which… I guess that in and of itself makes me a huge nerd.

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“Since most Jedi practice the Niman form, Shadowcat’s victory is assured.”

This is the clear victor.

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“Since most Jedi practice the Niman form, Shadowcat’s victory is assured.”

Seconded.

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I nominate my minutes-ago LJ post in the special category of highest product of OCDness and nerdiness.

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In my humble opinion, the following is the nerdiest sentence on Wikipedia:

“When Yankovic is rapping in front of Donny Osmond, the Schrödinger equation for a hydrogen atom can be seen in the background; however, it is incorrect in that ħ2 is replaced by a h2.”

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_&_Nerdy

I’ve changed a full stop to a semi-colon to make it a sentence.

… I just wanted to play too.

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I misread the first sentence as: “Wikipedia cites MySpace as a good example of Neutral Evil.”

In my mind, where I imagine the world is perfect, that’s how the sentence actually was written.

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Ahem…

Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, a blatantly untrue statement that directly contradicts not just Chris Claremont’s characterization of her, but also my to-be-released Counter Strike mod in which she’ll be able to turn into Fox McCloud, Tom Servo, and my Horde character, the Dark Elf sorceror Malko Vik, representing her moral range (although it’s obvious that she won’t be able to turn into them at the same time unless you can manage to find a source for the 1.21 jigawatts needed to power the Heart of Gold, curiously the exact voltage that’s given off by a Lv. 34 Electabuzz).

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If the Chameleon Circuit on the TARDIS worked and it turned into a catgirl, I’d totally do her — of course, that wouldn’t be canon, I know.

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Right. And Thok is saying this while having the username of an obscure action figure from a line of Lego toys from two or three years ago whose name I can never recall.

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I feel dirty for being fairly certain “Bionicle” is the name you’re looking for, despite not knowing any of the figures’ names.

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Actually, my use of the name “Thok” predates the Bionicle of that name. The actual origin of my name is nerdier.

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What? Not one person has mentioned Star Trek? Since when is a Battlestar Galactica reference nerdier than a Star Trek reference?

And while we’re at it, why not throw in some Babylon 5, The Prisoner, or Harry Potter?

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Star Trek is practically mainstream. People who’ve never even seen a single episode (including myself) still know that Spock is an emotionless nerve-pinching Vulcan, Kirk shagged anything that stood still long enough, Sulu is gay and Bones is a doctor, not a quantum physicist.

Harry Potter is similarly mainstream – it’s become basic pop culture.

The Prisoner isn’t geek, it’s cult. The two often overlap, but they are not the same thing.

Babylon 5 – I got nothing. But that’s because I know nothing about it (because it’s not mainstream).

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Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified by use of her in a crossover X-men/DrowTales character on Furcadia.

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As I adjust my glasses, I say: …..

All nerds wear glasses.

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Plaid Lad said on June 12th, 2008 at 12:35 am

“Wikipedia cites Mystique as a decent example of Neutral Evil, as exemplified in my X-Men/Battlestar Galactica crossover fan-fiction where all the characters are ocelots; her collaboration with the Ocylons is timeless so far as I am concerned (unless you have a TARDIS or a warp drive and working knowledge of the light-speed breakaway factor), which is why I based my GURPS character on her personality and my warlock’s appearance in World of Warcraft.). An interesting variation in canon found in my universe is the creation of the Ocylons by a vampiric Dr. Wily, who incorporated various elemental attacks into each Ocylon model (ie Freeze Oceleoben or Chainsaw Doralelot). Check out my livejournal for more information, including pics of me cosplaying as Ocyclops at Furcon and a complete index of Joss Whedon references made in my expansive, multichapter work, which can be found following the complete index of Digimon references for the same.
You can also find my multi-part X-men/Ranma 1/2 fusion fic ‘Wolverine 1/2’, featuring an AU Sasuke Uchiha with Optimus Prime’s body as the villain (an element with I admit I copied from the Japan only version of Transformers G1 continuity, specifically from the series ‘Fight! Super-Advanced Robot Lifeform Transformers: Super God Masterforce’) co written with Cu713C0wM4m4 over at the X-men slash archives or at alt.binaries.usenet.ranmaslashfic.”

I can’t believe nobody had mentioned Transformers, leet, or Naruto yet…

Of course, by now this isn’t really nerdy “sentences” anymore, is it?

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The difference here is, with the original sentence, Thok wasn’t trying. It just came out as a legitimate argument for something, and literally every noun in that sentence only matters to nerds.

All these other efforts are nice, but you see, they’re TRYING to be nerdy. And that ruins it.

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Illuyankas said on June 12th, 2008 at 11:32 am

I was thinking of mangling Warhammer 40,000 and fictionkin together, but I really don’t have the heart for something that bad.

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how about this:
“I wrote a calculator game in m68k assembly code based off a Bleach/Dark Is Rising/Animorphs crossover erotic novella I wrote once in Elvish while attending a renaissance fair as Jean-Luc Picard in disguise (all my friends* LOLd).”
*should be friend** :)
**should be imaginary…

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Damn, I should have worked Harry Potter in there somewhere.

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Will: Spock’s HALF-Vulcan. Wouldn’t normally quibble this point, but you admit lack of extensive knowledge on the subject, and the previous sentence is nerdy, so I submit it for the edification of whomever.

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It just came out as a legitimate argument for something, and literally every noun in that sentence only matters to nerds.

“example” only matters to nerds?

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I think this strayed from ‘nerdiest sentence ever’ into ‘most disturbing nerdy sentence ever’.

“I wrote a five-paragraph essay, complete with citations, a cover sheet, and a works cited page, that details the canonical evidence for Primarchs and Space Marines reproductive capabilities -really, you should check it out, I posted it on my livejournal, and the accompanying forty-page mpreg slashfic (Alpharius/Omegon, I ship that 4ever) is on adulfanfiction.net and a sequel’s in the works.”

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“I was just competing with a bunch of people to write the nerdiest sentence on this blog and stuff, and then I thought to myself, well, gee, it’s 11:50pm and I’m on the internet trying to think of all the nerdy things I know that could fit in a non-run-on sentence when I realized that was it!”

“I was just competing with a bunch of people to write the nerdiest sentence on this blog…it’s 11:50pm”

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“Mighty God King says, ‘Jesus loves all of you and your nerd competetion, especially that stuff about the ocelots.'”

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Jackabug said on April 21st, 2010 at 2:51 pm

Hm. So is Thok’s username a le Guin reference, or something else?

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