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Quote Refrences Disscusion

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rexturtle1120, Feb 10, 2019.

  1. rexturtle1120

    rexturtle1120 Active Member

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    Hey what’s up! So I was reading some of the quotes on my fighters charecter cards and if you don’t alreay know, most of the quotes are refrences to a variety of media other than Skullgirls. Since I think this is cool and it would be nice to know where exactly all these quotes originated from, I’ve created this post.
     
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    rexturtle1120 Active Member

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    Windswept Fillias quote “Dodge duck dip dive and.... dodge” comes from the movie Dodgeball: A true underdog story, from the scene where they’re explaining how to play dodgeball. Perhaps this quote was chosen because you have to evade the dodgeball just like Windswept has to evade projectiles.

    The Purrfect Dark Ms.Fourtune’s quote “I’m not superstitious but I am a little stitious” comes from an episode in season 4 or 5 from the U.S. version of the office. It is said by Michael Gary Scott AKA the boss.
     
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    Although many variations do have references to them, some have no correlation to the actual variant. Take Oh Mai for an example. Although the quote is obviously playing on the lyrics of Stronger by Kelly Clarkson, it doesn't have any relation to the Fatal Fury female, Mai Shiranui. There are even more variants that are somewhat referencing a totally different media from the actual variant like said Purrfect Dark. (andResonantEvilcough)
     
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    Flytrap's quote is "Feed me, Seymour" from the movie Little Shop of Horrors which is also a reference to the actual character Audrey which is a flytrap

    Immoral Fiber's quote is "Fear is freedom, Subjugation is liberation" which is a reference to 1984 and its use of "doublethink" (another ref I guess)
     
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    Very nice! I love 1984 and distopic future movies/books/games in general.

    I also love Dreadlocks quote "Hit me baby one more time" who is actually from Britney Spears song ".. baby one more time" and the fact that if we hit Dreadlocks, we get a hard time. :D
     
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    Immoral Fiber Double - "Fear is freedom! Subjugation is liberation!"
    Does sound very 1984, but it more of a direct reference to where the palette comes from, Kill la Kill (specifically to Life Fibers, sentient parasitic organisms of extraterrestrial origin). The full quote even hints at another Orwell work (Animal Farm):
    "Fear is freedom! Subjugation is liberation! Contradiction is truth! Those are the facts of this world. And you will all surrender to them, you pigs in human clothing!" - Satsuki Kiryuin

    Since we are on the topic of anime, here are a couple easy JoJo references:

    Stand Out Eliza - "How many breads have you eaten in your life?"
    From the first arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Phantom Blood, Zeppeli accuses the vampiric Dio "How many lives have you sucked away to heal those wounds?"
    To which Dio, ever the impudent bastard, responds, "How many breads have you eaten in your life?"

    Heavy Metal Big Band - "ORAORAORA!"
    The palette is based on Jotaro Kujo's Stand, Star Platinum. From the Stardust Crusaders arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, "ORAORAORA!" is the sound Star Platinum makes when he pummels foes. The taunt's closest equivalent in English is “come on!"​

    For more fighter quotes, this site has them all (spaced out since saying dot com is not allowed): https:// sgm. netlify. com/
     
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    The Robo-Fortune hype is skyrocketing like an exploding headrone, so let's try to figure out where the variant quotes come from. Some I'm not sure of, so I've included a confidence meter on each. Please chime-in with any details to add.

    Prototype Robo-Fortune (B)
    QUOTE: "The future is meow."
    ORIGIN: cat pun on the early 20th century phrase "The future is now"
    SURE: Maybe

    M-3OW Robo-Fortune (B)
    QUOTE: "The chances of your survival are 725... to 1."
    ORIGIN: Possible twist on the quote from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
    C-3PO: Sir, the possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid field is approximately 3,720 to 1.
    Han Solo: Never tell me the odds.
    But what is is the significance of 725?
    SURE: Maybe

    Nyanotech Robo-Fortune (S)
    QUOTE: "Heavy paws of lead, fills her victims full of dread."
    ORIGIN: Tweaked lyrics from Black Sabbath's Iron Man (1970)
    Heavy boots of lead
    Fills his victims full of dread
    Running as fast as they can
    Iron man lives again
    SURE: Definite

    Purrminator Robo-Fortune (S)
    QUOTE: "My CPU is a neural net processor; a learning computer."
    ORIGIN: direct quote from T-800 in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
    John: Can you learn stuff that you haven't been programmed with? So you can be, you know, more human, and not such a dork all the time?
    Terminator: My CPU is a neural-net processor. A learning computer. But Skynet presets the switch to read-only when we're sent out alone.
    Sarah: Doesn't want you to do too much thinking, huh?
    Terminator: No.
    SURE: Definite

    Terror Byte Robo-Fortune (G)
    QUOTE: "117 Threats Detected! Download Brain Drain anti-virus software now!"
    ORIGIN: Robo-Fortune's creator, Brain Drain, pushing anti-virus software
    SURE: Just Guessing

    Blue Screen Robo-Fortune (G)
    QUOTE: "Stop code: CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED"
    ORIGIN: Ties into variant name, a reference to the infamous Blue Screen of Death for Microsoft Windows. A stop code displayed for a fatal system error.
    SURE: Maybe

    Head Hunter Robo-Fortune (G)
    QUOTE: "Power suits me."
    ORIGIN: pun referring to the Super Metroid armor, the basis for the palette. The Chozo-designed "Power Suit" is short for powered armorsuit.
    SURE: Maybe

    Overclocked Robo-Fortune (D)
    QUOTE: "Initiating protocol L14M. Commencing aggressive SMTP handshake."
    ORIGIN: Hidden Variable in-joke referring to player/developer Liam's preferred palette (example). Not sure about the email (SMTP) or handshake connection. "LIAM" spelled backwards is "MAIL"
    SURE: Just Guessing
     
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    There's a pop-up ad that has nearly this exact wording. I'm not sure which one, but I'm sure not going to go look for it ;)

    Nothing solid on this one, but I guess a "handshake" was part of the original dial-up connection, and I definitely think Robo-Fortune's Magnetic Trap blockbuster could be considered a very aggressive handshake.
     
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