Who's Your Favorite Matrix Character

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  1. Armenian_Jedi Force Ghost

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    You won't find out crap! Well maybe crap. But that's it.
  2. sideshow212 Former RSA

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    and the answer is...

    //drumroll//

    its a reference to the king Nebuchadnezzar, which was the name of the ship...

    its actually a bible quote:

    Daniel 2:03 "And the king said unto them, I have dreamed a dream, and my spirit was troubled to know the dream."

    Daniel 2:08 "The king answered and said...ye see the dream is gone from me. "
  3. Master_R0nin Jedi Knight

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    10 points and 2 kisses for our fearless sideshow! lol
  4. JediHunterAlpha Jedi Youngling

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    Apok from the First movie is the best. WHat other character do you see standing there firing a oozie at people and not move out of the way for other bullets.
  5. VoidDancer Jedi Grand Master

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  6. sideshow212 Former RSA

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    it's an ingram mac 10 isn't it?
  7. Master_R0nin Jedi Knight

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    It's appearance and sound of discharge sounds similar to an Ingram...then again I'm basing my knowledge of Ingrams off of Max Payne.
  8. Mobius FanForce Chapter Rep

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    Yes, Apoc had an Ingram Mac 10, not an Uzi. Uzi does, however, make a similarly sized weapon called a Micro Uzi. Then there's the in-between one called a Mini Uzi, and finally, the standard, full sized Uzi.

    My favourite caracter? Probably Morpheus, though not for the aforementioned reasons. I like him because he is just so freakin' cool. Not only is he a badass, but he can keep his cool under fire, too.

    He is also a flawed character, which makes him more realistic. His flaw is that he beleives single-mindedly and whole-heartedly in the Prophecy, and that Neo is The One. He beleives this so strongly that he is blinded to all other possibilities. He is the Matrix equivilent of the steroetypical Bible-thumper. He beleives something, and refuses to hear arguments against it. Is this bad? I dunno. He wouldn't be who he is if it wasn't a part of him. However, it also limits his path in life dramatically.
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