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gravy666

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#1 12 years ago

Surely there's at least one character in a game that you hate so fucking much that you wish you were in the game to give them the beatdown they deserve. Here's my list: Jan Ors- The bitch can't take care of herself for five seconds when I have my back turned. She's lucky she's hot. The Alliance ships in Star Wars: Rogue Squadron- These s also can't take care of themselves without my help. I do all of the work, do the best job I can possibly do, and sometimes I still fail the mission. Those Imperial n00bs attack my convoy like it's the 'football' every single time, and they never, ever seem to run out of ships and pilots. The Arbiter- The idiot is never there when I need him, and he has this bad habit of 'dying' at the worst possibly times, as in WHEN I AM HIDING BEHIND HIM! And once he ruined my betrayal spree when I was playing the second level of Halo 2's Campaign. I killed almost every Marine, then he FINALLY started shooting at me, and he killed me in one shot. He can never seem to do that when enemies are around. My allies in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare- These fags always wait for me to get up close to enemy before they move up. A lot of them are invincible to begin with, so why do they even need me? Captain Price ranks high on my hitlist, mainly because Soap is the new guy, Cpt. Price leads the squad, and he makes the new guy to most of the work. I'd expect it to be the other way around. In fact, Cpt. Price is more like my asshole 9th grade gym teacher more than anything. Dom and the rest of Delta Squad from Gears of War- Dom guy is fucking useless on Insane. The squad is even worse than Captain Price's, and requires more maintenence than a baby. Sometimes these guys' level of FAIL is worse than Jan's. These so called "bad asses" run to where the enemies are and get pwned. What sucks even more with Dom is that whenever I host a co-op game on Insane, the other guy (who plays as Dom) usually ends up being a 12 year old faggot who thinks he's Fatal1ty playing Halo 3 on Easy. He's guaranteed to die at the worst possible moment, like when I'm sneaking around the enemy, or at a part where the players split up. Captain Keyes from Halo 1- As soon as you break him and some soldiers out of the cells, the Covenant suddenly converges on your position like Keyes is also the 'football', with quite a few Energy Sword wielding Gold Elites. Once you get their attention, you need to run back and hope you can kill the Elite before he slices Keyes. And the Captain is such an idiot that he stands in the way a lot of the time, not good when you're stuck in a hallway and you need to protect him or go back to the last checkpoint. At least he's not as bad as Dom, thankfully. And to think, Keyes was Sgt. Johnson's boss and never gained invincibility/the power of self-resurrection. Come on, Keyes, even the Arbiter and Delta Squad managed that. What pisses me off even more about Keyes is that we had to escort him through a room, and he somehow ended up back in that room. Dead. After he escaped the Covenant ship, thanks to Chief's help.

Colonel Irving Lambert from Splinter Cell isn't that bad, but the fact that he talks like five times during a mission is annoying. Plus, he always seems to talk to Sam when Sam's sneaking up on somebody. But thanks to Michael Ironside's badassery, only the people at HQ can hear Sam talk in those really tight situations. Unfortunately, I can't go on about Lambert or I would risk spoiling Splinter Cell: Double Agent to anyone who hasn't beaten it yet.

Speaking of Splinter Cell: Double Agent, that spy that's with you on the first mission of the 360 and PS3 versions of the game. He's an -blam!- and a n00b, and I hate how it seems like he's always two steps ahead of Sam. After you swim through those pipes, the jackhole makes you to turn off the electric fence while he just sits there in a corner. After you sneak past a sleeping terrorist and turn off the power, your so called "partner" tells you to give up a lift up. When he is up, he doesn't even help you get up to his level, leaving you to find your own way up. Then you take these ziplines across somewhere, and he finally leaves for a bit. Yay. When you get into the base, look down and you can see that the n00b got caught. Thankfully, the terrorists pump him full of lead. Or maybe that isn't so great, because by that time you want to kill your partner yourself.




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#2 12 years ago

Every single living person in Liberty City.

And Brucie.


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#3 12 years ago

Oh yeah. Keyes. If you're a bloody captain, you'd expect to know when to duck and not to come charging in my face when I'm trying to snipe, damnit!

Bobo in Diablo II LOD. I call him Bobo. He's one of the mercenaries you get...2 minutes tops and he's dead.

Monitor in Halo CE. That tops it all. That little hovering gadget angers me probably more than any other character in any other game.




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#4 12 years ago

Oh yeah, about that -blam!- thing, there's a thread like this one in one of my groups on Bungie.net, and I just copied and pasted my post from there to here, and I forgot to change the '-blam!-' to 'asshole'.




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#5 12 years ago

God I remember the "Team mates" in CoD4...

I would love to explode one of these ass-hat tanks in Crysis, I don't know if this is a glitch or something but this one tank just loves to push me around and into mines and such, and then him and his other tank friend are going around in circles shooting the ground so what happens when I walk in front of him? He fucking shoots me, and literally starts tracking and shooting me!! Jackass....




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#6 12 years ago

Lambert in Splinter Cell. I can't stand him, and I don't know why. Lucky I killed him instead of Washington in Double Agent. :rofl:

Captain Keyes. He's just...I don't know. Maybe it's the hair. :lol:

And, also like you, I don't like Jan Ors. I remember wondering, "Why the fuck does it say mission over when I kill this bitch?"




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#7 12 years ago

If I couldn't lock them in the holding pens, I usually killed the slave traders in Morrowind.

I really can't think of anyone else at the moment.




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#8 12 years ago

The team mate/s in every game that walks infront of you when your a/Laying down suppresive fire. B/ about to tak the shot that will win the misson C/ When ever you try to shoot some one (not to mention throw a grenade!).

I love having team mates in games but some times there just so stupid! I just want to :spank: them!

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#9 12 years ago

peach, my squad in ghost recon 2 for the gamecube. and... tabuu.




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#10 12 years ago

Ensign Riles;4385472If I couldn't lock them in the holding pens, I usually killed the slave traders in Morrowind.

I really can't think of anyone else at the moment.

I think I remember murdering the one with the key with a glass dagger. I was a high level but I had low dagger or small weapons skills. It took a while.