Does anyone else hate that the movies don't portray Force users like the demigods they are? Some of the things that have been done outside of the movies are insane, like the destruction of a Star Destroyer
@The Landshark , for me that was the ultimate disappointment. Like it gave the impression anyone can use the force if they had the connection and will power to focus on connecting to the force. Instead george Lucas comes up with a lame biological excuse instead.
@The Landshark , if you're referring to The Force Unleashed, I Soooo wish they'd do more with that series with this gen or next gen consoles. I particularly enjoy being able to play the dark side or at least choose to go "bad". A master force user that utilizes aggressive, offensive abilities is so fun to play
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, i am actually. But what I'm more referring to is how the force is insane when you really think about it, and the fact that they don't show it in the movies kinda sucks. I'd love to watch Kylo Ren be practically a demigod that's untouchable
@The Landshark , Nah, I'm glad it's something that requires more effort and focus to wield properly, and that the Jedi and Sith have vulnerabilities. Stuff like battle meditation would be cool to see, though.
@SimonPetrikov, no yeah, not everyone should be able to do it. But I'm talking about legitimate masters of their craft, beasts like Palpatine, Vader, Luke, etc
Please name one food that tastes nicer burnt. Because for the life of me, i cant think of any that dont taste like bitter charcoal if you burn them.
@Marida Cruz, I think they are talking more about that little bit of char that flame grilling things creates. Not necessarily burnt to a crisp but just a little bit of charring due to the fact that you are grilling over an open flame
@Marida Cruz, beer brats
@dbakes, those aren't good burnt either. If you think they are, you may need to reconsider what you think "burnt" means.
@Marida Cruz, ash tastes better burnt
@Slayer9200, but that isn't burnt. That's charred. They're two different things. That's like saying food is good well done when you really mean medium well.
@Finndogs, ash can't taste better, because by default it tastes like death.
@Marida Cruz, I don't know, have you tried adding hot sauce?
@Finndogs, then it just tastes like meat flavored charcoal but slightly spicier. I think you might mean charred.
@Marida Cruz, can you char ash?
@Finndogs, sorry, thought that was someone else. But also, yeah, probably. You can burn anything if you try hard enough. My brother once burned soup, and I've seen someone manage to burn water.
@Marida Cruz, yeah, but if you burn ash, you're just left with ash.
@Finndogs, you're not cooking it hot enough then.
@Marida Cruz, can't argue with that.
@Marida Cruz, marshmallows
@idubbbz, you don't burn marshmallows, because then the whole thing would just be a block of burnt sugar. You char them, like you do with everything else you cook over a fire or a grill. I will say this as many times as I have to: charring and burning are not the same thing.
He had it coming