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  1. #21
    lol good one

  2. #22
    I agree with the devs on this. I feel that films like Alien or Blade Runner would have greatly benefited from the magical "poop" factor.

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  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by rainiothon View Post
    I agree with the devs on this. I feel that films like Alien or Blade Runner would have greatly benefited from the magical "poop" factor.
    Well, various excretions and bodily functions are certainly part of the horror of the "Alien" franchise. Vampire poop is discussed at considerable length in both Justin Cronin's bestselling novel "The Passage" and the Guillermo del Toro/Chuck Hogen "Strain" series. "Blade Runner" didn't explore robot poop, but it certainly dealt with robot sex.

    Max Brooks explored the processes of zombie poop in his "Zombie Survival Guide" and "World War Z." He decided that the zombie instinct to feed was not driven by a viral infection of the brain, but not by nutritional concerns, and that zombies had no functional digestive systems, so they were just constantly pooping undigested flesh.
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  5. #25
    Very good, thoroughly enjoyed it !
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  6. #26
    I believe it. This isn't fake.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Crawford View Post
    Well, various excretions and bodily functions are certainly part of the horror of the "Alien" franchise. Vampire poop is discussed at considerable length in both Justin Cronin's bestselling novel "The Passage" and the Guillermo del Toro/Chuck Hogen "Strain" series. "Blade Runner" didn't explore robot poop, but it certainly dealt with robot sex.

    Max Brooks explored the processes of zombie poop in his "Zombie Survival Guide" and "World War Z." He decided that the zombie instinct to feed was not driven by a viral infection of the brain, but not by nutritional concerns, and that zombies had no functional digestive systems, so they were just constantly pooping undigested flesh.
    Heh, well these plans for further implementation of poop are looking to be airtight!

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    Good job sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfsage View Post
    Very good, thoroughly enjoyed it !
    Thanks so much!
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  10. #30
    maybe 5 total poop jokes I can actually remember. As far as I'm concerned, they're holding back.

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