Actually, you're thinking of Evelyn Oakleigh; Elisha J. Whitney is the multimillionaire Wall Street figure whom Billy works for.
Moonface does Billy a favor by invading Whitney's stateroom and stealing his glasses, so he can't see that his employee is on a cruise ship with him instead of running Wall Street in his place.
He isn't evil at all; in fact, he wants nothing more than for Cocoon to be governed by the people.
Dysley, however, makes absolute sure that nothing of the sort happens, thus leading to the tragic battle against Cid.
Believe me, he's far from XII's maniacal mad doctor of a Cid...
1) Hannah, because she still has the advantage of being dead, and let's face it, we haven't really seen what Vanessa could do in a fight.
2) Sure! What did you have in mind?
That is such an awesome villain song for a non-Disney film, just like:
I figured she could visit it, but still, to feel like you don't belong in your own world has to really suck!
Plus I think the instrumental version would make a good battle theme for Kelsi:
(Maybe about 0:50-1:32, and then repeat)
Yes, ma'am! *salutes*
Sure, here you go. One mild warning, he does tend to swear A LOT, but you probably figured that out from some of his other videos: http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/vid.../19785-flubber
I'm sure Kelsi understands! :)
Ooo, that's a good one too, and "You Belong With Me!" I forgot all about "Love Story!"
Well, yeah. I don't like Bella/Edward and think the series isn't as great as some of the other books I've read, but I love Jacob and a lot of the side-characters, and I have fun going to the movies and reading the books occasionally. Thus, I am trapped in the middle.
Most of it has nothing to do with his drunkenness, though, which is why I'd probably have to take a fair bit of time explaining the scene.
For the most part, he doesn't, though there wasn't much of him left even when you first meet him. (You'll understand what I mean once you play the game; I don't want to give any spoilers away.)
Again, I am a bit of a sadist in that regard.
I probably will in a minute or two, but that isn't the reason why I'm setting that aside for later; it'd just take too long to explain in detail.
Having Whitney hallucinate something would actually make for a pretty good laugh, but we have enough of those little moments that we can't squeeze any more in.
That battle and what ensues a few chapters afterwards is why Cid is one of my favorite characters in the game.
By the way, I've just come across one of the most hilarious YouTube comments I've ever read (not very many of which are very funny at all), on an FFVI video:
Leo died as he lived. Getting shanked by a clown.
I suppose I'm a bit of a sadist in that regard....
I'll go into the details of the scene sometime later....
Well, I don't think we can excuse an angry blue Scotsman chief on a 1920's cruise ship, haha.
"Ambient" boss tracks have never sat well with me, unless they're very exceptional ones.
I'll admit that "Desperate Struggle" worked very well with certain fights, though, especially the one against
Moonface enters Whitney's cabin, and attempts to remove his glasses so that he's unable to spot Billy on board the ship with him.
The latter, but I'm a little dubious about the war paint also.
I like the beginning strings of "Desperate Struggle," but it quickly reaches a point where it just has no definite melody at all.
"Whitney" and I are thinking about making the brief scene between us as ugly as possible, ie. use of a phlegm-y "old man" voice, kicking him to the ground, threats made with a knife, etc.
Hmm....Just somehow, I doubt that.
In terms of battle themes, it's a bit mixed...."Saber's Edge" features plenty of different instruments, and has a fair bit of piano/harp in it, but the two main melodies are in brass. "Desperate Struggle," on the other hand, has little to no brass, but is repetitive and very intense. There are a few techno tracks as well, but they're just as repetitive as "Desperate Struggle."
I'll allow you to judge those two "typical" boss battle tracks for yourself:
By "musical work," I meant to say "work for the musical," mainly rehearsals.
He sounds about right for the role....I wonder how Christopher Lloyd himself would sound.
"1.21 gigawatts! The only thing that could generate that much energy at one time would be Kingdom Hearts..."
It was a bit heavy in that track, I'll admit.
Oh, well; what's past is past, I suppose.
Homework, site work, musical work, etc. Whoever provides Eraqus' voice should have some sort of accent, be it Asian or otherwise; I can't picture him without one.
I've always liked brass in "powerful" sounding tracks, so I suppose I'm a little partial to it, hehe.
Hm, that's an awful shame. If I were you, I'd have sent them in a small box instead of an envelope, so it might have been less obvious what was inside. Even still, I'm sorry that that happened.
No problem! Did you want me to put copyright or credit underneath. Actually I'm going to put it up in my club now. You can look at it there and tell me what you want underneath it. ^_^
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