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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



24th Feb 2014, 12:00 AM

After careful studying of doing Christopher Walken impressions via Youtube clips, the Nostalgia Critic's "Top 11 Most Awkward Christopher Walken Moments", and Spoony's "Let's Riff on Ripper", I... still didn't get it. I decided to just give up and throw in a bunch of random stuff instead. Why did I have to pick Walken on a whim? >_>

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DeeMeister




24th Feb 2014, 12:58 AM

You're being too hard on yourself, i think this is the perfect way to write Walken's dialogue! Anything you can come up with can't be crazier than what he's already done.

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Ken




24th Feb 2014, 2:07 AM

@DragonTrainer
You should have watched Some Jerk With a Camera when he reviewed The Country Bears and made it about Walken hating bears and his failed music career.
Bonus: even though he is the villain in that movie he still wins in the meta sense.
"That day.....is TONIGHT!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-og2hGrNmO4

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LazerWulf

LazerWulf




24th Feb 2014, 2:19 AM

I have to say that the most awkward Christopher Walken moment I know of is an SNL sketch when he played a Civil War officer named Colonel Angus. If you don't get it, try saying that name with a southern accent. To make it more awkward, he revealed that his first name was Enol.

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xuincherguixe

xuincherguixe




24th Feb 2014, 2:58 AM

Coming from someone who has a lot of experience at sounding crazy, that's some impressive Christopher Talken.

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Guest




24th Feb 2014, 2:58 AM

Honestly...I couldn't tell the difference. Walken is Walken even when it's not Walken.

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Zero Jack




24th Feb 2014, 12:43 PM

I've always wanted to play a dwarf. I finally got my wish in a hombrew game when I played a, and I quote, "scottish biker midget with a long beard". Let me tell ya, that is one of my favorite accents.

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Zero Jack




24th Feb 2014, 12:45 PM

Ack! Meant to post that under Raxon's comment, sorry.

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Super_Big_Mac

Super_Big_Mac




2nd May 2016, 6:04 AM

Even when he's Runnen?

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Raxon

Raxon




24th Feb 2014, 3:34 AM

I'll just leave this here for you, DT.

Story time is about voices! Tell about a voice that you had no business doing, whether it be due to conflicting vocal range, incompatible accents, or unfamiliarity with the desired voice.

In my case, it was the voice for one of my most inspired character, a dragonkin paladin who wore a wig to fit in with the party. I did my best to make him sound like one of the Beatles, but alas, I had no luck. That said, you should have seen the other players when I kareoke'd hymns to bahamut set to Beatles songs.

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Sir Applecore




24th Feb 2014, 2:58 PM

So a story about voices, huh? Ye... I have one of those. sort of.

A few years ago, the gaming group I was in decided to consign "attributes" to different species/genders/body-types/occupations in a story-focused campaign. For examples all red-heads were incredibly sexy, all dwarves really liked strong, spicy flavours and quite a bit of races got an accent or dialect of their own.
Now, we were gaming in Sweden, so our regional dialects may not make sense to people not accustomed to the Swedish language.
All Demons (and most demon-possessed people) we met sounded like they were from Gothenburg, all Halflings were Scanian, the Frost-Elves sounded like Finno-swedes and I think the orcs spoke Danish.

I was playing a Scholar/Treasure-hunter human from a nomadic tribe, north of the Dwarf homelands. Extremely pious and a wielder of a Demon-possessed quarterstaff, voiced by our wonderfull GM, who had allowed me to port the staff from a previous campaign. Esonis (my guy, speaking Norwegian) and Gabr-iel, (the demon-staff, Gothenburg Swedish) used to sing together as they entered battle. Hilarity was a big factor in our games

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BakaGrappler




24th Feb 2014, 4:23 AM

Just make his dialogue as crazy and random as possible, perhaps throw in a line about keeping timepieces stuffed up his ass, and it'll be a perfect Walken impression. The crazier the better, and the banana-nanas have me rolling in the isle already.

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Knowlessman




24th Feb 2014, 10:16 AM

Sanji just doomed the entire restaurant, didn't he?

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Silentking




24th Feb 2014, 4:00 PM

Well, if it goes like the manga/anime, he will be getting six of his ribs cracked and being hit by a guy called Pearl who has claimed to never lost blood in over 80 battles to the death because of this. It will most definitely lead to war.

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Nud




24th Feb 2014, 12:38 PM

Man, Sanji does get the best rolls.

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Raxon

Raxon




24th Feb 2014, 2:11 PM

His rolls are good, but his soup is to die for.

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Halosty




24th Feb 2014, 2:38 PM

Oh, that's for sure.

Bwahahahahahaha!

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Nud




25th Feb 2014, 1:50 AM

God DAMN IT! (but bless you)

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