I don't like the Combine. I like to beat up Hunters with my fists. There is an AR3.

Joined 18 Jun 2022
White Forest

First Post! Rebel: So have you ever used an AR2 before? Refugee: AR2? Nooo... Now, an AR3, sure. plenty of times. Rebel: There is no such thing as an AR3. Refugee: Well, see, in the city...the place was lousy with AR3s. Rebel: No it wasn't. Refugee: Yes it was. Rebel: No it wa- So, do you know what the alternative fire method does on the AR2? It kills Hunters. How did you city folk kill Hunters? Refugee: We sure as hell didn't use guns. We would just wrestle Hunters to the ground with our bare hands. I used to kill ten-twenty a day, just using my fists. Rebel: So, when you're out in the field, you're going to be punching Hunters? Refugee: Out in the field? I'm not going out in the field! I'm a radio operator!


At this point (hl2 ep 1&2), the Combine isn't even a threat anymore. It's just an annoyance. It's like the Combine is growing scared of us.

I am FAR more superior than Gordon Freeman. He is just a nerd with a crowbar. While I can destroy the citadel with my bare fists!


I told a bad translator to translate Alyx's biography. Here's what it did: As a child, Alex Ali’s parents lost the obscure name of Alex and his family and lived with Elizabeth Bob K. in central Bridges, Asia. He was deprived of his license to become the emperor of Asia. Despite the accusations, Seman tried to save Alex. He didn't know Alex (I don't know when Jim was born), but he didn't tell her, but he didn't know. Alex was born in a wealthy country. Especially in the Middle East, where Alex Isaac and Kleins became famous after their brothers cooked, Alex talked to Ali about dog health. And, of course, the cobweb was a few feet away, maybe 10 feet, now it's 2.5 feet. Alex Town has been involved in self-care since childhood and has been a major contributor to safety for 17 years. Barney Pango was arrested on the edge of a chair at the age of 24 by her father, Judith Muslim. This is the meaning of the second half of life. Alex Jimenez spent half of his five "dreams" in financial troubl…