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yo ma niggaz i just got on emblem!! now im the coolest kid in town
by cartz April 8, 2005
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The act of removing automobile emblems from chosen victims car thereby defacing it and embarrassing the owner until he or she is able to replace the emblem(s).
Cop1: Do you see those kids embleming that Jaguar V12 over there?
Cop2: Yea, what about it?
Cop1: Don't you think we should do something?
Cop2: Naw the owners a douche bag.
Cop1: Oh OK... Hey pass the donuts.
by Dahn April 14, 2008
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One who engages in the action of removing emblems from unsuspecting (or suspecting) ones car. This leaves the victim in a state of utter disarray and confusion for at least the next day or two.
Dude: Wow you are the best emblemer I've ever seen! How did you get all those emblems without getting caught???
Emblemer: Ninja Skills Bra!
by Dahn April 23, 2008
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The past tense verb referring to the removal of a automobile emblem from one's car. Most often this is done illegally and without the owners consent. One may choose to use a credit card to commit such an offense but a heat gun gun is the preferred tool of removal.
Thief 1: Hey check it out I just emblemed that VW beetle over there.
Thief 2: Wow, how did you get past the cable?
Thief 1: I snipped it with wire cutters bra'!
Thief 2: Oh sheet son!
by Dahn April 14, 2008
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A series of tactical role-playing games (TRPG) developed by Intelligent Systems. Having been released only in Japan, the series achieved minimal popularity if any at all outside the country where it originated. However, due to the release of the Fire Emblem characters Marth (Fire Emblem 1) and Roy (Fire Emblem 6) with the game Super Smash Bros. Melee, the series experienced surprising demand from the USA and Europe. As a result, Fire Emblem 7: Rekka no Ken was released in the United States as a GBA title simply named Fire Emblem. As of the writing, this release has been followed up by Fire Emblem 8: Seima no Kouseki. It is well known for the unique feature that characters who die remain dead for the entire adventure and cannot possibly be revived (with some rare exceptions in earlier games).
No, fools. Marth and Roy are not in the next game. Shut up.
by Syckls June 17, 2005
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An incredibly addictive fantasy tactical-RPG series just recently starting to show up in the United States with the relaes of Fire Emblem 7, or simply Fire Emblem in the US. Hopefully, Nintendo will be nice enough to release the earlier Fire Emblem games in the US as well.
by gringe666 May 5, 2004
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A series of strategy video games often with characters who have jobs. There is often one Lord, and if that Lord dies, then it's game over. If anyone else dies, you can restart the game or continue on, but it's best to have a large army IMHO. The current (from the first one to Brawl) Fire Emblem characters which are in the games are Roy, Marth, and Ike. The Assist Trophies that has a Fire Emblem character is only Lyn.
God dammit! I can't get Joshua in Fire Emblem: Sacred Stones! So hard...
by MisaTange July 7, 2009
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