King Crimson is a phenomenon that sometimes appears in multiplayer games, especially multiplayer shooters like Team Fortress 2, Counter-Strike, and Call of Duty. Mode Boxer Calvin Klein Hombre A King Crimson event occurs when a player is experiencing such a high volume of lag and packet loss that they appear to teleport between positions rather than actually move to them. King Crimsons are notoriously hard to kill, as one can never truly be sure where their true position is. La mode européenne Combined with the forgiving lag compensation in the Source Engine, a King Crimson is a major threat to all those in opposition when it appears on the battlefield. Ropa Interior Calvin Klein Mujer King Crimson is named after a character of the same name in the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga. Calzoncillos Calvin Klein In the series, King Crimson is a ‘stand’ with the ability to erase “frames” of time like how one edits a movie. Tanga Calvin Klein Mujer The result is something which mirrors the way packet loss is handled in some multiplayer games.
“Dark Forces“ is a label given to a number of hypothetical omniscient forces that act against the Empire. Chaussures Adidas Yeezy 330 Boost Though the existence of the Dark Forces have never been empirically proven, their effects on Imperials has been measured and documented. Researchers have even gone as far as calling the Dark Forces “the ultimate, undying and intangible enemy of the Empire that threatens to tear the Imperials apart from inside.” The Dark Forces are assumed to be responsible for a countless number of atrocities and tragedies. Some of these include:
- assuring you are paired with incompetent dimwits while your enemies are comprised entirely of seasoned veterans
- rigging psudeo-random mechanics such that a Soldier with 0.2 hours played and 0 points on the verge of death fires seven critical rockets in a row
- orchestrating events that lead to severe lag spikes in crucial clutch situations
As the Dark Forces themselves are intangible, efforts by the Empire to quell or somehow lessen their effects have been unsuccessful. Chaussure Adidas Yeezy 750 Boost Several campaigns to end the terror of the Dark Forces have ended in complete disaster and massive loss of lives.
“X(” (read as Dreddface) is an Imperialish emoticon associated with fictional and non-fictional OPERATORS of extremely righteous or virtuous moral values. Adidas Ultra Boost Homme Pas Cher The emoticon is often accompanied by short, loaded statements about morality, justice or the nature of mankind. Adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged France Adidas Ultra Boost Femme Pas Cher The emoticon originates from the comic book character Judge Dredd, who is always seen donning an iconic red helmet bearing an “X” insignia, and an equally iconic perma-frown. Chaussures Adidas Ultra Boost Uncaged Adidas Ultra Boost Pas Cher Thus, the face depicted in the emoticon “X(” is a perfect representation of the character and the values for which he stands for. Adidas Yeezy Boost 330 Pas Cher Yeezy Boost 350 Pas Cher Some examples of such profound quotes that would often be associated with the Dreddface follow:
- “It’s all the deep end.” – X(
- “I am the law.” – X(
- “Yeah.” – X(
- “You are already dead.” – X(
- “Drug bust.
“Go back, we fucked up everything,” is a popular Imperialish expression. Ropa Interior Calvin Klein Madrid The idiom is often spoken as a faux-warning to other Imperials regarding a subject they may not be familiar with. Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 France The phrase is common in situations where time-travel is involved, where a time-traveler usually returns to the past to warn those who are not enlightened that, in the future, they “…have fucked up everything.” The phrase stems from an edited version of the March of Progress, with the last stage being flipped to face the others, uttering the infamous phrase. Yeezy Boost 350 Vente Slip Calvin Klein Baratos It is important to note that the phrase, when spoken, puts heavy emphasis on the final word. Adidas Ultra Boost France This is to imply that, in the future, not only are things in a state of despair, but they have indeed fucking up everything that there was to fuck up. The phrase sees frequent usage in Team Fortress 2 and Civilization. Adidas Ultra Boost Homme Pas Cher In Team Fortress 2, the phrase is usually uttered as a warning to other players of an incoming threat or a dangerous area.
“Well, that, uh…. Yeezy Boost 750 Acheter that went well.” is a popular Imperialish idiom. It is used ironically in situations which end unfavourably for the Imperial(s) involved. The line stems from the 2008 film Iron Man, in which Obadiah Stane (played by Jeff Bridges) utters the line to Tony Stark following a disastrous press meeting. Adidas Yeezy Boost 750 Pas Cher The line also appears in episode 11 of the ill-fated TV show Firefly, which opens with Malcolm Reynolds alone and naked in an empty desert and stating “That… that went well.” The phrase is somewhat similar to the Imperial “None of That\It Never Ends” sets of proverbs, though it differs significantly in its delivery. Adidas Yeezy Boost 750 “That went well” is often reserved for discussions following a major catastrophic event, and is spoken in reflection.
“Sofort” (/zo-fout/) is a German loanword in the Imperialish language. Calvin Klein Boxer Baratos In German, ‘sofort’ is an imperative adverb meaning ‘immediately’. Bañadores Calvin Klein Hombre Baratos In Imperialish, however, the meaning of ‘sofort’ is more comparable to that of the word ‘fuck’ in English.
A sanic (Imperialish symbol:) is a unit of speed, expressing the velocity of an OPERATOR at any given time. Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Acheter Moda Comprar Calzoncillos Calvin Klein The sanic is a versatile unit that originated from the video game Tribes: Ascend, and is the quintessential unit of velocity in the Tribes environment. Adidas Yeezy Boost 550 Bragas de Calvin Klein The word ‘sanic’ is a popular name for the deformed version of Sonic the Hedgehog drawn by an anonymous amateur artist.
A “Professional Upward Player” is an Imperialish slang saying for a player with an absolute lack of knowledge about high-level play in Team Fortress 2. The joke was first uttered in the Shitnerds Mumble server during an ETF2L match against Ducksoup Gaming in response to the apparent fact that the team had actually practiced pl_upward prior the the match, a map that is considered a strictly scrub-only map. Chaussure Adidas Ultra Boost The Shitnerds would later go on to sweep Duckshit Gaming 3-0 on cp_gravelpit, an attack/defense map that is popular among high-level Team Fortress 2 players. What began as an implicit joke at first grew into fact as a chat with Ducksoup Gaming member JMB solidified the suspicions:
- 7:12 PM – ibuprofen: we have 0 experience with upward
- 7:12 PM – ibuprofen: because most of us play 6v6 exclusively
- 7:12 PM – [DSG] JMB: we actually practiced that map.. but we suck at Gpit
- 7:12 PM – ibuprofen: hahahahaha
Before the chat, the idea that Ducksoup Gaming had actually practiced pl_upward was a humorous thought, but simply an implication. Yeezy Boost 350 Pas Cher Afterwards, it had become obvious that Ducksoup Gaming was actually more Full Retard than previously suspected by the Empire.
“None of that,” and “It never ends,” are the short-form way to refer to two very common proverbs in Imperialish which are frequently used by Imperials in order to express displeasure towards a subject. Calvin Klein Boxer Hombre The comments are favoured by Imperials due to the fact that, as they begin, they seem to imply pleasure; however, as the sentence continues, it clearly shifts to a negative opinion. Comprar Bragas Calvin Klein The responses follow an extremely strict routine:
- Exposure of Imperial(s) to displeasing stimuli
- The Imperial declaration of, “I’d like to place an order of zero copies” (sometimes shortened to “I’ll take zero copies”).
- The Imperial continues, “I’ll have none of that,” in response to the stimuli.
- A different Imperial, if present, will respond “It never ends, this shit.” This is the only appropriate response to the “None of that” string.
The “None of that” proverb is thought to be of completely Imperial origin, being fabricated by Imperials sometime in late 2011. “It never ends” is a quote lifted from a popular video by the satirical news website, The Onion.
The RGM-89S Stark Jegan (Imperialish: Ned Stark Jensen) is a mech from the Gundam media franchise, with the reputation of being a particularly OPERATOR piece of machinery. Acheter Adidas Ultra Boost Within the Empire, and especially among Good Company OPERATORS, “Ned Stark Jensen” refers to any and all mecha, powered heavy armour, or exo-suits. Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Homme Bragas Calvin Klein Baratas The RGM-89S Stark Jegan first appeared in an early scene of the first episode of Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn, in which two regular Jegans and the Stark Jegan are sent to chase down and destroy a ship affiliated with rebel scum. Calvin Klein Underwear España The fleeing ship deploys its own mech, the NZ-666 Kshatriya, an overpowered machine armed with two important features. The NZ-666 has control of weapons called “Funnels”; a funnel can be deployed remotely, fire their insta-kill beams repeatedly and move independently. Tanga Calvin Klein There are 24 of these, meaning a target can be engaged from 24 changing directions constantly, not including the Kshatriya itself. The second important thing to note about the Kshatriya is that it is piloted by a named character that is important to the plot, and who is a clone that has been engineered to pilot and kill since birth by Space Nazi Super Scientists. This overpowered machine easily destroys the first two regular Jegans with its funnels. The surviving faceless, unnamed grunt piloting the Stark Jegan decides he’s having none of that and performs a mad bayonet charge with his beam saber after firing off all of his ranged weapons. Adidas Yeezy Boost 330 Pas Cher The Stark Jegan is cut in half after a short saber duel with the Kshatriya, and the pilot curses the rebel scum with his last breath. Calvin Klein Ropa Interior Mujer The Stark Jegan and its pilot is notable for a couple of reasons:
- Unnamed, faceless grunt pilots usually end up like the ones in the first two Jegans: killed with ease in seconds, but the Stark Jegan nearly defeats its overpowered plot armoured opponent in an extended duel, which is like an Imperial Stormtrooper almost beating a Jedi Master in a one-on-one duel.
- The pilot displays tactical skill unusual for grunt pilots; while the saber charge may seem foolish at first, it’s actually a good move when you consider that the Kshatriya can’t use its funnels at melee range without risk of hitting itself. In the Stark Jegan’s final charge, you can see that the pilot places the sun at his back before charging in hopes of blinding its opponent.
- The Stark Jegan is an artillery/fire support mobile suit, and so probably wasn’t meant to fight other mobile suits. It still almost wins.
- It looks tacticool as fuck.
The Imperialish word Ned Stark Jensen is a mixture of “Stark Jegan,” the English name for the mech, “Ned Stark,” a literary character from A Game of Thrones by George R. Chaussures Adidas Yeezy 330 Boost R. Martin, and “Adam Jensen,” a character from Deus Ex: Human Revolution.