So, like, I would love to see ninja's in the game. And petticoats.
And... and... and...ummm...
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Nono, Pirates rock.
A friend of mine has conducted an indepth survey and concluded this.
He also, in the process of the survey, discovered that I am neither a Pirate or a Ninja, but in fact a Fairy, and thus fit into a whole different category.
Fairies are neither better or worse than Pirates, but Pirates are better than Ninjas.
It's a fact of life.
You just have to learn to deal with it.
Quote: from Spaze on 8:28 pm on April 17, 2005[br]Fuck the petticoats, we need more cowbell!
But regarding the Pirate/Ninja debate, it is impossible to emperically state that one is better than another without defining the criteria by which this judgement is derived.
For instance, in a straight fight on the deck of a ship, the Pirate would totally kick the Ninja's ass. However, if a Pirate walked into a Shinto temple hiding a Ninja, the Pirate would be dead before he knew what happened.
Also, if you go by the extravagence of dress, the Pirate would win hands down, with all those plumes and buttons and whatnot. However, if you go by who is more educated, the Ninja is much more qualified, as the Pirate has most likely never seen the inside a school, while the Ninja must undergo years of training.
It's like asking who would win in a fight - an shark or a lion. It all depends on where they fight.