FE Creeper Spider Script _BEST_
Ultimate Spidermonkey has a large gorilla-like body with purple skin and black fur. Ultimate Spidermonkey has three pairs of eyes. He has lost Spidermonkey's tail and extra pair of arms, but they are replaced with two pairs of retractable spider legs that can fold into his waist. Ultimate Spidermonkey wears the evolved Ultimatrix symbol on his chest. He also wears a black cloth with two green stripes on each side around his stomach. He also has white spider fangs on each side of his mouth.
FE Creeper Spider Script
Negative Ultimate Spidermonkey has red eyes, pale-purple skin, and yellow spider fangs on each side of his mouth. Instead of the purple spider legs, Negative Ultimate Spidermonkey has two extra sets of gorilla arms. Negative Ultimate Spidermonkey wears the evolved Ultimatrix symbol, which has eight spikes now instead of four, on his stomach.
Ultimate Spidermonkey's spider legs can pull things and break them almost like he is using his hands. Ultimate Spidermonkey can fold his spider legs into his hips, and attack with the tips of his spider legs as they're sharp. Negative Ultimate Spidermonkey doesn't have these however.
Music/Sounds/Voiceover Variant: On post-late 1995 VHS tapes beginning with The Lion King (1994), John Sachs says the same script as before but with "Or in the Republic of Ireland, on 353-16 double 7-7071" added into it.
Real Time Strategy You can name your Avatar in SpellForce anything you want. The only times you see the names is in the subtitles, when he speaks himself. Everybody calls him by his descriptive nickname.
In Scrap Metal Heroes, you can pick your character's first name and last name, as well as the names of the robots you build.
Stellaris not only allows you to name your starting race, empire, starting ruler and ruler title, you can also name any star and planet within your empire, every fleet, every ship and your ship classes. Every time you colonize a new planet you can choose a custom name. The default name would be the stars name followed by a numbering based on the system. (Prime for the first colony in the system, Secundus for the second...)
In Stronghold Crusader, the player can choose his or her name and gender. The CD has a list of a few hundred common first names on it, and on the title screen the player would clearly hear "Greetings, Lord [name you choose]" or "Greetings, Lady [name you chose]" voice-acted. Including Lord Vader.
Live-Action TV Barney had a personalized video entitled "My Party with Barney," featuring the purple guy and his friends throwing a birthday party for the viewer.
Community has Troy abusing this trope by naming his monkey "Annie's Boobs".Annie: Please rename that thing. And this time not with a contest on Twitter. Troy: It's HIS Twitter account. He can do what he wants. Annie: They are MY body parts.
Referenced in Doctor Who. Apparently, the anthem of the most conquered planet in the universe is titled "Glory to Insert Name Here".
Family Ties has Alex working at a suicide crisis hotline. Flummoxed when he ends up actually taking a call, he has no idea what to do and reads his responses directly from the manual. He denies to the caller that he is reading from a script, then blows his cover when he addresses the caller as "Insert Name."
In the sport-themed comedy panel show A League Of Their Own (not to be confused with the movie of the same name), one of the contestants did this with, of all things, a horse. He told the story of how he bought a horse and named it "Some Horse", just to get the announcer at races saying things like "And Some Horse is coming round the outside" or "And in fifth place, it's Some Horse".
Arino has fun with this a few times, notably in the The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past episode of Retro Game Master, where he named his character "Deadbeat", resulting in a deadbeat being the savior of Princess Zelda, and eventually the world.
In Stargate SG-1, Colonel Maybourne retires to an offworld village, where the locals make him their king. He tells the main characters, "I get to name all kinds of stuff. You should see the Grateful Dead Burial Ground."
NexVision is primarily used by the military and governments, but has since 2020, been commercially available and relied on by Fortune 500 companies and small-medium businesses (SMBs) alike for their intelligence and investigative needs. Their service includes a direct subscription to their SaaS solution and purchasing intelligence reports.
The software has a simple interface that is designed for entry-level analysts. Analysts can access and use military-grade and comprehensive intelligence without relying on scripts or writing a single line of code. 041b061a72