14 definitions by Hellrider285

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Literally one of the hells in the Internet. This is an internet forum for the discussion of anything that's related to role-playing games but just like most internet forums, they can deviate from that and discuss other things. However, most of the members of that particular forum seems to hate pretty much everything, say curse words all the time, accuse fictional characters of being things that they dislike, and regularly use racist or antisemitic words all the time. Even the moderators are pretty terrible as they also seem to unable to stop the insanity of the forums and they sometimes even join in the racism, cursing and trolling. Overall, the place is one of the literal hells of the Internet. Seriously, it's on par with youtube comments, gamefaqs message boards and comic book resources in terms of stupidity and insanity.
What's the definition of the word rpgcodex?

Hell itself.
by Hellrider285 January 18, 2014
A conglomeration of fans and enthusiasts of a certain TV show, book, movie, anime or comic book which includes fanfiction writers and people posting on forums about the characters in the piece of fiction. While this is mostly harmless, some fandoms can become quite annoying or exaggerate the quality of the piece of fiction. This is where they cross into fan wanking and becoming fan boys. The most annoying fandoms nowadays are usually anime fandoms and the most annoying are Dragonball, Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, Type-Moon, and Neon Genesis Evangelion. Dragonball, while it is a good anime, has some of the most annoying fans around that always brags about that old meme "It's over 9,000" and Evangelion fans once threatened the producers of the show with death threats.
by Hellrider285 January 06, 2014
The comments that users can write under the videos on the website youtube. It sounds very creative and useful since it allows fairly anonymous users to comment on the video about their likes and dislikes. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the the comments seem to be from either idiots, people full of shit or people that are insane. The best examples of this are comments from people that haven't watched the video to the end, people that think that they know everything, people that haven't researched the topic or even know about the topic that the video discusses which is normally common with videos about anime characters, comic books or movies, people that are highly illiterate or are little children with too much free time on their hands, people that are insane, racist or are conspiracy theorists and people that are highly religious to the point where they think the end of the world is coming every other day.
What are your opinions on youtube comments?

They are from people that are stupid, full of shit, or are just plain nuts.
by Hellrider285 January 20, 2014
Demonbane is a Lovecraft-inspired mecha series that started out as an adult visual novel from the developer Nitro+ and has various spin-offs, novel adaptions and even an anime series. Despite it throwing around names of Lovecraftian beings around, it has little to do with the actual mythos and is more of a homage. Demonbane is by far the most absurdly, stupidly overpowered mecha in all of fiction, it is so overpowered that Demonbane doesn't even follow logic. It takes on various forms and upgrades in the series and one of the upgrades is the War God Demonbane which is so massive that it shatters an universe because the universe can't contain it and its final form, the Elder God Demonbane is so hilariously overpowered that just it moving was creating and destroying multiverses and it can even beat omnipotents, so in other words, it is beyond the concept of infinite power. This version of it is apparently beyond omnipotence. It can also summon infinite versions of itself from other timelines, including from timelines that don't even exist, and they all are omnipotent. Fans of the series tend to be relatively annoying and claim that their series is the best thing since sliced bread. No one in any other fictional universe can hope to defeat Demonbane, even if you say that you have a character that's omnipotent, Demonbane will still beat it because that's how it works.
What's the strongest fictional character that Japan has ever created?

Demonbane. It is 100 percent the definition of insanely, ridiculously, hilariously overpowered just for the sake of being overpowered.

Were they on drugs when they created this character?

Don't know, go ask them.
by Hellrider285 January 08, 2014
It is a joint Japanese-Korean manhwa that's written by Dall-Young Lim and illustrated by Kwang-Hyun Kim. The premise is that humanity is being attacked by beings from a different dimension called the Nova and the only way to counter them is with women called Pandora along with their male counterpart side-kicks called the Limiters. While this sounds interesting, the manhwa is far from interesting since it essentially rips-off the best parts of other more successful manga and anime such as Neon Genesis Evangelion, Bastard!!, Mai-Hime and Claymore. The women are normally drawn with larger than realistic breasts and have weapons ranging from swords, spears and laser cannons. The men are pretty much useless in this universe and they might as well be cannon-fodder. The plot is not that great either considering its massive amounts of plot holes, fillers and the amount of fanservice sometimes rivals that of hentai anime. The main character is pretty much useless as well considering how he can barely make up his mind and still hasn't had any decent character development. The only people that believe that this is a good anime or manga are the fan boys, fan wankers and the retarded fandom of this series.
Synonyms for freezing:

made of fail, ecchi, borderline hentai
by Hellrider285 January 07, 2014
Sometimes abbreviated to CBR. A nice place to find good information on comic books and it also possesses a relatively nice forum where a few writers in the business come in to make posts. However, their Comic Book Rumbles Forums, aka the VS. debate section, has some of the biggest jerks, trolls, fanboys and psychopaths around. The posters there are assholes in that if they don't like something, they'll choose not to believe it or they start ridiculing it in insane, stupid or absurd ways. Some of the members believe that they are 100 percent right in their debates no matter what and some of the forum rules are so strict that it borders on insanity that rivals 1984. One of the worst places in the Internet along with gamefaqs forums. The comments in the VS. debates rival the stupidity of youtube comments. This is the main reason why some people gave them the nickname CBRtards. The members also generally have a dislike towards anything Star Wars related and a liking for anything that's related to either Twilight or Harry Potter.
by Hellrider285 January 06, 2014
One of the best anime to come out of Japan during the 1990s. It is not for anime fans whose main interests lie with shows with lots of action or romance. This is one of the most thought provoking shows ever, as it explores philosophical ideas such as the nature of reality, perception, solipcism and the idea of God. As usual with these types of shows, prepare for lots of philosophical exploration, psychology and several instances of mind screw. It is one of the more experimental shows to come out as it shows heavy use of surrealism and avant-garde. It also combines those philosophical and experimental ideas with those of cyberpunk. The creator and main writer of the show also went on to write other thought-provoking classics such as Texhnolyze.
Serial Experiments Lain is certainly one of the more brainy and thought-provoking anime to ever come out but prepare to be confused at certain parts of the show due to its mind screwy nature.
by Hellrider285 January 22, 2014

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