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If/When Varion goes renegade, B5TAR will replace him in the C.O.P. army. He has the same capabilities as him, only with heavier armor. Any objections? Also, could someone put him in the 23rd century wiki?
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| June 30, 2009, 5:55 pm
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Quoting Commander matt
Also, could someone put him in the 23rd century wiki?

Why not do it yourself?
Because you're the one who made B5TAR, and knows the most about it.
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| July 1, 2009, 7:46 am
Quoting Anders Hognerud
Why not do it yourself?
Because you're the one who made B5TAR, and knows the most about it.

I can't, because mom & dad won't let me. Anyway, here are his technical specs to put on the wiki:
HEIGHT: 11ft 6in
WEAPONS: usually uses a battle cannon (in the pic) which equals 2 2x4 bricks stacked on top of each other slamming into a super soldier.
ARTICULATION: hip, knee (in a newer version that i have yet to post) shoulder, elbow, head and torso.
COMPUTER: Macintosh SuperChip quantum sentient computer.
HISTORY: B5TAR was created by Commander Matt, a minor C.O.P. commander with an abnormal supply of ladders & unused SBD arms. He was created to combine the armor of a Skaborr & the agility of Varion. If/when Varion goes renegade, B5TAR will replace him in the C.O.P. army.
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| July 1, 2009, 3:47 pm
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Quoting Commander matt
I can't, because mom & dad won't let me.

Not to sound rude, but why don't just do it, and not let them know? If you use their E-mail, just register a Gmail or HotMail.
I litterally didn't give a s#1t when I registered my Facebook account at the age of 12.
Neither do they know I use my real name here.
Though I'm pretty sure I'm out of danger, as there are tons of people on the Earth with the same name as I have.

But back to the point, why don't just do it?
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| July 2, 2009, 4:21 am
Quoting Anders Hognerud
Not to sound rude, but why don't just do it, and not let them know? If you use their E-mail, just register a Gmail or HotMail.
I litterally didn't give a s#1t when I registered my Facebook account at the age of 12.
Neither do they know I use my real name here.
Though I'm pretty sure I'm out of danger, as there are tons of people on the Earth with the same name as I have.

But back to the point, why don't just do it?

I have some program on my computer that doesn't let me register for anything without alerting my parents.
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| July 2, 2009, 9:34 am
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Quoting Commander matt
I have some program on my computer that doesn't let me register for anything without alerting my parents.


That's harsh. Well, I'll go put it in right now, if it hasn't already.

Edt: Done.

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| July 4, 2009, 6:04 pm
Quoting Commander matt
I have some program on my computer that doesn't let me register for anything without alerting my parents.


do you also plan to lose contact with your parents at any possible time with your parents and possibly issue restraints
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| July 5, 2009, 5:17 am
Quoting Commander matt
I have some program on my computer that doesn't let me register for anything without alerting my parents.


go to the nearest public library where they should have a few internet-capable computers. you can do it there.
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| July 7, 2009, 5:21 pm
Quoting D. Sheffler

go to the nearest public library where they should have a few internet-capable computers. you can do it there.

I don't need to. It's already there
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| July 7, 2009, 5:45 pm
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