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The sequel to a work of fiction (movie, video game, etc.) that unfortunately does not comes up to the original in terms of interest whatsoever.
Devil May Cry 2 is a good example of a weak sequel.

The Matrix Revolutions is one damn weak sequel, man.
by Delf June 3, 2005
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The sword used by Inuyasha in the anime of the same name, it is a sword made by the fang of Inuyasha's father, a full-dog-demon. Originally is a weak, rusted blade, but depending on its wielder's will to protect someone dear, the blade becomes a powerful fang-sword.
Kagome: I've got to take the Tetsusaiga to Inuyasha!
by Delf October 13, 2003
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A war that took on between Zanarkand and Bevelle, 1000 years ago from the events of FFX/1002 years ago from the events of FFX-2. It was 100% assured that, from the start, Bevelle would've won.

The info on this war is quite...huge. Refer to Maechen in FFX, or to GameFAQs' FAQs and/or Message Boards.
The War of Machina

Never In A Theater Near You
by Delf January 7, 2004
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Clever individual who steals from the riches, and gives to himself. Very great in finding the weaknesses in his enemies AND friends to steal them easily.
Favorite RPG Command: FLEE
Thief just stole from an entire town. Again.
by Delf June 23, 2003
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Take blue-berry juice, add some bubbles, and ya got a Pepsi Blue. Pepsi my ass.
This Pepsi Blue tastes like my dog's food.
by Delf June 23, 2003
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A character from a fictional video game or book, who does not directly and vocally interacts with others. They still talk, only, we cannot HEAR/READ what they say, but other characters do. Sometimes, you can actually read or hear their thoughts. While silently interacting, they move their body, such as nodding, or bowing their heads.
Isaac from Golden Sun, Crono from Chrono Trigger, Serge from Chrono Cross, Ryu from Breath of Fire 1/2/3/4, etc.
by Delf June 23, 2003
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An obnoxious, retarded and somewhat defective AIM user who will sometimes shift unpredictably from a coherent form, to an insane, immature, childish and limitlessly irritating phase.

See also: Am Not Slave
Teh Fopster is an idiot, but we got rid of him. Good riddance. Oh, and his name's Andrew.
by Delf September 24, 2006
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