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Welcome to the Profile of CL's Lord Inquisitor, Lord of the End Times, Brutally Honest Cynic as well as Prime Martyr and Cancer of CL! Precure Enthusiast, Reader & Reviewer, Apparently Legendary.

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DarkChaplain joined on May 14th, 2010, since that has made 4127 posts that are still accessible today, 159 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, DarkChaplain has given 7401 upvotes, and was last online on Jul 5th, 2019.

  • In CL Update 2019 [Retirement Edition]

    @Jake lol

  • In CL Update 2019 [Retirement Edition]

    @Jake Are you... by any chance... retarded?

  • In сайт

    Sprich Markdown du Hurensohn

  • In Are you ever going to get married?

    See @squareof3, that I can respect.

  • In Your Creative Pursuits

    Done and spray-varnished. At least the three big ones and Hecate / Iron Maiden Hecate that I did today.

  • In Your Creative Pursuits

    The other big bosses nearly done

  • In Предлогаем эксклюзивные услуги для привлечения клиентов

    Sprich Deutsch du Hurensohn

  • In What do foreigners hate about USA?

    Their egocentricity.

  • In Game of Thrones’ ending (spoilers)

    tl;dr the writing sucked ass and character arcs weren't followed through with. They brute-forced the characters' destinations with little fanfare and added/changed things that weren't in the spirit of the books or even the previous seasons. This was a rush job, likely more to do with Disney poaching the lead duo to direct a new Star Wars trilogy, and it shows.

    Also "best episode of the entire season" is hardly a ringing endorsement seeing how few episodes it had, and how shit they were in the wider context of the series.

    As for Bran (not Brad, silly) becoming king... The conclusion came from G.R.R. Martin. The way he becomes king and the massive lack of buildup and development in that direction, though, came entirely from D&D, not Martin. They knew the end point, but not the path, and failed to lay out a satisfying road for their characters to walk (or... not walk). So that "unexpectedness" isn't something on the author (Martin) but a result of poor planning and writing on the series writers. It is "unexpected" because they jumped to conclusions, not because it was intended to be.

  • In Dennis, Barrack, Phil and Cobryn Cook islands