How To Train Your Dragon

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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby ParKourDragon » Thu Mar 18, 2010 4:39 pm

Firon wrote:you are pushing into very hostile waters with that kind of talk Parkour.....I suggest to keep it to yourself because quite a few people will take great offence to what you are suggesting

i realised that as soon as i wrote the first one, and i will stop now as i know i will make myself feel bad in the end as well.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby TheTeldar » Thu Mar 18, 2010 5:15 pm

that was just mindblowingly stupid, I can't comprehend how stupid some discussions can be.

This guy seriously believes that he knows how true dragons looks like, just let him live in his dream world, no need to argue with any kind of person who is like that...
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Thu Mar 18, 2010 7:53 pm

I SERIOUSLY doubt that the focus of the movie will be 'accurate' portrayals of dragons. Last time I checked, movies like this are purely for the entertainment value. Honestly it seems dumb to me that people would refuse to see a movie because it fails to portray dragons the way they think it should be done.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby orca13 » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:00 pm

Will there be screen shots posted here?
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Evilseed » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:33 pm

Terastas wrote:
campingcam wrote:You forgot about the 30 people who will make request threads on it

*nods* Two wanting to see Toothless eating Hiccup, and twenty-eight wanting to see Astrid eating Hiccup.

I can think of at least a few people here that will likely draw the former as soon as they see it, but I didn't really equate "new art" threads into the equation: just people saying "here's a movie that has / might have vore in it" threads.


So am I the only one voting for Toothless eating Astrid?
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby StarBomber109 » Fri Mar 19, 2010 12:20 am

This movie sounds AWESOME!

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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Zilla » Fri Mar 19, 2010 1:40 am

I ganna watch this movie!
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Crownflame » Fri Mar 19, 2010 10:46 pm

Yeah, it's inaccurate to the book. I'm still going to see it, and I'm into animation/art/storytelling enough that I'm certain I'll derive some sort of enjoyment from it.

But... inaccurate to REAL LIFE DRAGONS? ...No comment.

Ha, ES, Toothless (this HUGE version, obviously, not the book version XD) eating Astrid sounds just fine... ^^
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Sat Mar 20, 2010 12:25 am

inorite?
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby xionzappa » Sat Mar 20, 2010 12:53 am

ParKourDragon wrote:it looks like it will be very innaccurate, not even close to what dragons are like, how they act, what they look like, and all that stuff.


ParKourDragon wrote:yes dragons are not real...

I...honestly can't even begin to put words to the pure insanity and ridiculousness of that argument. I can't find any sort of sentence that would bridge that logic gap. My thoughts and feelings can be summed up in a picture
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That aside, this looks like a surprisingly good movie
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Sat Mar 20, 2010 1:03 am

@ xionzappa

Hopefully your post will put an end to these ' Those dragons aren't nearly realistic enough" posts.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Bannor » Sat Mar 20, 2010 1:12 am

Of course dragons are real! I saw one just last week from my flying saucer!
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Sat Mar 20, 2010 1:16 am

...And I keep having to scrape them off my ship's windshields... They don't come off easy, either.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Bannor » Sat Mar 20, 2010 1:23 am

What you need, Good Sir, is New and Improved DRAGON-OFF!!! Now safe for ALL household surfaces and even windshields! Only $5.99 for a 3 ounce bottle!! Call now! Operators are standing by!!
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Sat Mar 20, 2010 1:24 am

I'll take 3!
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby LoveBeingPrey » Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:12 pm

Just got back from seeing it, and it is very nicely done. There are plenty of maw shots and there is a vore scene with a huge dragon eating a small dragon. Toothless also gets fed fish, regurgitates it and motions Hiccup to eat it. Hiccup takes a bite and Toothless then swallows telling him to swallow. All in all it's a good movie I recommend it highly.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Chevys-n-Vore » Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:07 am

Welcome to the site then!

And I plan to see it tomorrow *clock says 12:00* er..... Today.... o.O
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Bannor » Sat Mar 27, 2010 2:01 am

Chevys-n-Vore wrote:And I plan to see it tomorrow *clock says 12:00* er..... Today.... o.O

I have a VCR that's said 12:00 since I got it. :silly:

Been hearing good things about it but I'll wait for the DVD.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby nobody25 » Sat Mar 27, 2010 3:23 am

LoveBeingPrey wrote:Just got back from seeing it, and it is very nicely done. There are plenty of maw shots and there is a vore scene with a huge dragon eating a small dragon. Toothless also gets fed fish, regurgitates it and motions Hiccup to eat it. Hiccup takes a bite and Toothless then swallows telling him to swallow. All in all it's a good movie I recommend it highly.
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Re: How To Train Your Dragon

Postby Arkain » Sat Mar 27, 2010 11:37 pm

I just saw it. Its cute.. lovebeingprey summoned it quite well. That really is the only vorish part of the movie. Great flying scenes..Wish I saw it in 3-D. Have to say, I too agree, wait for the DVD.
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