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Postby T3m3r1ty » Mon Aug 20, 2007 10:29 pm UTC

Darn it. I was going to say ball pits. No-one else had mentioned it up to now :(

Well I think the cars shouldn't be ass-cars but flying cars and we should have launching tubes in the sides of the bedrock of the city so we can launch fighters like those in BattleStar Galactica.

The canon of scripture should also include the Doctrine of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (but non of the Reformed Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster 'cause they're heretics) but also the Teachings of Bill S. Preston Esquire and Ted Theodore Logan.

Can we have a monorail and a rimfall (no turtles or elephants though) and a central spire (not ten miles high but in proportion to the 42 kilometres [that should be miles really] diameter)?
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Postby Graham's Number » Tue Aug 21, 2007 10:58 am UTC

I'd suggest a Probability Engine which allows you to modify the probability of any event happening (even quantum ones). The formulas that would be needed for this are below (unfortunately, no one knows what any of the values for the symbols are):
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Postby Pexkool » Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:47 am UTC

I do! :P

...but it's a secret <_<

well... then what about a mutiny-tought detecting system? along with the evil-tought detecting system... >_>

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Postby Master Gunner » Sun Aug 26, 2007 8:18 pm UTC

I can't believe no-ones mentioned this yet: giant Zeppelin hangers, and of course, those Zeppelins will have 1920's-era biplanes attached for added coolness.

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Postby Rodan » Sun Aug 26, 2007 8:20 pm UTC

the ball pits must be really, really deep.

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Postby curious and questioning » Tue Aug 28, 2007 5:25 am UTC

I assume there already computers for everyone.

And robot servants, but not intelligent enough to revolt.

And elevators that go sideways too! With random unlabeled buttons and a plentiful supply of paper and a pen/pencil.
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Postby SoapyHobo » Tue Aug 28, 2007 9:08 am UTC

curious and questioning wrote:And elevators that go sideways too!

And those flat escalators you get in airports which don't get you anywhere faster than you could walk normally yet everyone is tempted to use anyway!
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Postby Maseiken » Tue Aug 28, 2007 9:46 am UTC

SoapyHobo wrote:
curious and questioning wrote:And elevators that go sideways too!

And those flat escalators you get in airports which don't get you anywhere faster than you could walk normally yet everyone is tempted to use anyway!

Ionce raced someone who wasn't on one of those things while I was,
Hella fun.

They've got HUUUUUUGE ones at Heathrow.
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Postby gmalivuk » Tue Aug 28, 2007 4:03 pm UTC

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curious and questioning wrote:And elevators that go sideways too!

And those flat escalators you get in airports which don't get you anywhere faster than you could walk normally yet everyone is tempted to use anyway!


They move at walking speed if you just stand still like an ass. But if you actually continue to walk while on the belt, you obviously move faster than if you were walking to the side.

Besides, ours wouldn't be so slow. I'm thinking something Caves of Steel-esque, where we have highways of the stuff, with the outermost belts moving slowly, but each subsequent one moving a bit faster. That way, you never have a huge speed gradient to deal with at any one time, but the belts in the middle are really cruising along.
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Postby Maseiken » Wed Aug 29, 2007 12:31 am UTC

gmalivuk wrote:
SoapyHobo wrote:
curious and questioning wrote:And elevators that go sideways too!

And those flat escalators you get in airports which don't get you anywhere faster than you could walk normally yet everyone is tempted to use anyway!


They move at walking speed if you just stand still like an ass. But if you actually continue to walk while on the belt, you obviously move faster than if you were walking to the side.

Besides, ours wouldn't be so slow. I'm thinking something Caves of Steel-esque, where we have highways of the stuff, with the outermost belts moving slowly, but each subsequent one moving a bit faster. That way, you never have a huge speed gradient to deal with at any one time, but the belts in the middle are really cruising along.

And the innermost ones go so fast, few people dare to even risk going onto them, I'm talking mach 5-10 here folks.
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Postby Pexkool » Fri Aug 31, 2007 1:58 am UTC

curious and questioning wrote:And elevators that go sideways too! With random unlabeled buttons


:shock: you know.. i REAAALLY love that idea! :D

...but one button must be labeled "Zeppelin" and it will actually lead you to the nearest stationary zeppelin in the fortress

...but if you write "love" and press the button, it asplodes =D

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Postby schrodingersduck » Wed Sep 05, 2007 6:10 pm UTC

A giant factory with advanced computerised designers; if you don't like your furniture, just take it to the factory to be melted down and remade as a better looking piece of furniture. This would both keep your luxury apartment looking swanky, and help you design the ultimate blanket fort!

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Postby Handsome » Fri Sep 07, 2007 6:10 am UTC

Don't you think we should have a list of features that this thing has?
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Postby SoapyHobo » Fri Sep 07, 2007 8:50 am UTC

Probably, here we go then:

FEATURES:
fast wireless broadband
updating xkcd comic flag
Black lights on rim
Lit up in red
satellite hookup
glows in the dark
magenetically contolled flight suits

FACILITES:
distillery
pig farm
Imax cinema
zen garden
huge library
swimming pool with slide
supercomputer cluster
theme park
ball pits
sideways elevators
flat escalators
docking bays for zeppelins
free bar and casino
gaming hall/holodeck/laser tag

ENGINES:
steam powered
anti-gravity engines
anti-inertia engines
probability engine

DEFENCES:
protective shields
cloaking device
giant trapdoors
Robot guards
Flying monkey guards
secret escape routes
raptor-proofed doors

WEAPONS:
controllable metal tentacles
lightning storm generators/lightning inducing lasers
EMP bombs
Giant ass-laser
AA laser turrets
Nukes

Those are just all of the suggestions, i don't think I left any out, i may have combined some though
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Postby OfficiallyHaphazard » Fri Sep 07, 2007 4:45 pm UTC

penguin friends for everyone?

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Postby NinjaArcana » Fri Sep 07, 2007 10:32 pm UTC

About the Flying Monkey Guards...

Flying Ninja-Cyborg-Pirate guards!

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Postby Master Gunner » Sat Sep 08, 2007 2:29 am UTC

I'm now seriously considering making a 3D model of this now, it's just getting too hard to resist......*goes to find napkins for extremely poorly made sketches*

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Postby Handsome » Sat Sep 08, 2007 3:31 am UTC

SoapyHobo wrote:FEATURES:
fast wireless broadband
updating xkcd comic flag
Black lights on rim
Lit up in red
satellite hookup
glows in the dark
magenetically contolled flight suits
List of features, facilities, and other junk
...
Fix'd :wink:
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Postby King » Sat Sep 08, 2007 7:30 am UTC

If we're going to mess around with the fabric of space-time then we should make it so that the inside is actually smaller than outside, just to be different. It's not like we really need all 42km of space (and it would be kilometres, you can't build a nerdship with imperial measurements).
Then we can have a huge hulking juggernaut of death, but it'll still be nice and cosy inside.

I think we need a plank, or possibly a quantum plank/trapdoor, so that offenders (need a list of offenses, so that we can actually round up some offenders) can be dropped through a trapdoor and walk the plank at the same time.

It also needs a spoiler and some big-ass mag rims, possibly with spinners (don't ask me how you attach them to an air ship), and a huge-ass sound system so we can wage sonic warfare on unsuspecting citizens (needs window shattering power).

Edit: namely the kind of citizens who do these things to their cars. We'll show them how its really done.
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Postby Token » Tue Sep 11, 2007 6:18 pm UTC

King wrote:If we're going to mess around with the fabric of space-time then we should make it so that the inside is actually smaller than outside, just to be different. It's not like we really need all 42km of space (and it would be kilometres, you can't build a nerdship with imperial measurements).
Then we can have a huge hulking juggernaut of death, but it'll still be nice and cosy inside.

I think we need a plank, or possibly a quantum plank/trapdoor, so that offenders (need a list of offenses, so that we can actually round up some offenders) can be dropped through a trapdoor and walk the plank at the same time.

It also needs a spoiler and some big ass-mag rims, possibly with spinners (don't ask me how you attach them to an air ship), and a huge ass-sound system so we can wage sonic warfare on unsuspecting citizens (needs window shattering power).

Edit: namely the kind of citizens who do these things to their cars. We'll show them how its really done.

Fix'd.

And this thing needs monkey-butlers. In dinner jackets.

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Postby schrodingersduck » Tue Sep 11, 2007 9:06 pm UTC

King wrote:I think we need a plank, or possibly a quantum plank/trapdoor, so that offenders (need a list of offenses, so that we can actually round up some offenders) can be dropped through a trapdoor and walk the plank at the same time.


There should be an iron bar extending vertically downwards from a hatch - offenders are given magnetic boots and dropped out of the hatch. The magnets should be strong enough to then allow them to stick to iron bar, and careful and precise encourage given with a precisely sharpened stick as required to make them walk down the plank.

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Postby Dr.Beardface » Tue Sep 11, 2007 10:54 pm UTC

A giant megaphone so that when we get bored of games rooms and bacon or nuking everyone we can issue decrees from the floating castle.

We could use it to wake the neighboring floating utopias in the middle of the night. And play the Beatles on it to appease the nations we have obliterated.

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Postby Grlmm » Thu Sep 13, 2007 3:30 pm UTC

I am far too lazy to scan through 4 pages of material. Has a music library been suggested? One that contains all the works known to man, obviously.


And if so, what of sound systems. Per suite, public only. What are we talking here. What kinda quality.

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Postby Victorkm » Thu Sep 13, 2007 3:39 pm UTC

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Postby SoapyHobo » Thu Sep 13, 2007 3:42 pm UTC

Grlmm wrote:I am far too lazy to scan through 4 pages of material. Has a music library been suggested? One that contains all the works known to man, obviously.


And if so, what of sound systems. Per suite, public only. What are we talking here. What kinda quality.

There's a list of everything so far 8 posts up from yours, I didn't spend my time doing it for nothing you know! :roll:
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Postby Grlmm » Thu Sep 13, 2007 3:48 pm UTC

SoapyHobo wrote:
Grlmm wrote:I am far too lazy to scan through 4 pages of material. Has a music library been suggested? One that contains all the works known to man, obviously.


And if so, what of sound systems. Per suite, public only. What are we talking here. What kinda quality.

There's a list of everything so far 8 posts up from yours, I didn't spend my time doing it for nothing you know! :roll:

Oh, well...my apologies Mr. Hobo. Here, have a nickel. Maybe you can get a few minutes of training. *flicks a nickel into your cup*

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Postby Vekter » Thu Sep 13, 2007 4:26 pm UTC

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I'd say a gigantic slide system, to take us anywhere we want. Yes, this includes up-slides.
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Postby Pexkool » Sun Sep 16, 2007 6:28 am UTC

um... i don't know if somebody already tought this... but how does the fortress floats? :shock:

i suggest some kind of device (name it as you wish, i can't think of anything XD) powered by cats with buttered toast on their backs! :D

EDIT: yup, as i thought, somebody already has:
anti-gravity engines

...well... um... buttered-toasts-on-cat-backs powered!

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Postby LoonRadio » Sun Sep 16, 2007 3:43 pm UTC

The whole place should smell like coffee and fresh-from-the-oven biscuits, and have a pharmacy stocked with neurotropic drugs, to help maintain the illusion that we are a force for good in the world, despite our obvious dynastic motivations.

Oh, and a designated smoking area would be nice. With lounge chairs.
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Postby Matthias » Sun Sep 16, 2007 4:59 pm UTC

I can't believe nobody's suggested interdimensional gateways yet (assuming they didn't, and I'm not just a complete ass). Personally, I think that they should work thusly: you place a book/comic/movie/webcomic-URL into a chamber on the gate, and the highly advanced computer systems scan the multiverse looking for a matching dimension. The gate has n-dimensional tachyon-condensers, of course, so this appears to be the work of only a moment, and when it finds the place it sends you there, along with appropriate garb, gear and a way back in the form of a pair of ruby slippers. Depending on dimension, it might be advisable to keep these packed away until you need them.

Also, all of our nukes should explode thusly:
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EDIT: Oh yeah, it also needs to have a Waffle House, and a room of requirements (the real one, not the crappy knock-off they had in the movie).
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Postby Ansain » Sun Sep 16, 2007 9:24 pm UTC

it could have infinite energy granted by cat-buttered toast turbines.

(i.e. cats always land on their feet and toast always lands butter side down, so put a piece of buttered toast on a cats back and it will spin in the air continuously, never hitting the ground. this spinning effect generates an electric field which can be used to generate an unlimited supply of energy.)
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Postby ShadeWolf » Mon Sep 17, 2007 11:09 am UTC

A war room for world domination
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Postby Stief » Mon Sep 17, 2007 11:35 am UTC

DarkWerewolf wrote:A war room for world domination


and Dr Strangelove-esque characters to perform for us every hour on the hour...

also...that room from DBZ where an hour is like a year.....so we can all train or something :D
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Postby Matthias » Wed Sep 19, 2007 2:13 am UTC

Ooh! We definitely need to have a place to indulge our religious side, so I propose we build a spatially disjointed tabernacle called the Temple of Many Paths. (incidentally, how many bigger-on-the-inside spaces can you shell inside each other before Causality begins to take umbrage?)

Anyway, once you enter the temple there are guided walkways that will lead you to a place of worship for any religion you so choose, be it real-world, literary or self-imagined (there's plenty of empty spaces to build on). There will also be a rather largish forum of sorts near the entry, where one can see all of the sub-temples, altars and statues at once on constantly-changing dadaist viewscreens. This could be for the philosophically curious, or for cross-sect meetings and such. Also, it would serve as a place of faith for Omnideists, Atheists, and Agnostics to say yes, no or maybe respectively.
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Postby Vekter » Fri Sep 21, 2007 5:44 pm UTC

Morph ball tracks. And Morph balls. :D
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Re: Help Design Keo-Hobo-Topia (The Flying Fortress for us all)

Postby Hit3k » Mon Oct 08, 2007 10:09 am UTC

No one has mentioned a giant arena full of WHITEBOARDS where we can make cool pictures and.. stuff..

Also... How about a verticle wind tunnel for endless sky diving or something..

What about a particle accelerator or a super collider and...

CATS WITH LASERS ON THEIR BACKS :shock:

Also robots that bring you beer when you want no matter what you're doing.
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Re: Help Design Keo-Hobo-Topia (The Flying Fortress for us all)

Postby Cheese » Mon Oct 08, 2007 9:30 pm UTC

I was going to necro this thread when I saw the link to it's deadness in someone's sig, but see I've been beaten to it.
Keozen - PLEASE put my name on the list, as I've contributed several great rooms to this fortress on different pages - you can't have missed them all!

Wait, that's not the most tactical way to go about this... skip that last bit, you can go back to it later.

I'm going to suggest that the fortress has unlimited waterballoons, and that you read above this now.
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Re: Help Design Keo-Hobo-Topia (The Flying Fortress for us all)

Postby Matthias » Mon Oct 08, 2007 10:53 pm UTC

Ah yes, of course, how could I forget the compulsory vats of nanomachines in everybody's homes? They will be, of course, self-replicating and re-programmable in any known computing language as well as a convenient, user-friendly GUI. That's if you want a challenge; otherwise, you can just dip your finger into the vat and they'll interface directly with your brain via your nervous system. You think what you want them to do, and they do it.
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Re: Help Design Keo-Hobo-Topia (The Flying Fortress for us all)

Postby madjo » Thu Oct 11, 2007 8:17 am UTC

It should also have a LOLcat zoo.
:)

You are carrying:
- a slightly paranoid Android
- two left feet (not my own)
- a still unfed and very hungry hippo
- broadsword of +5 ridiculousness stained with the blood of the undead souls
- a stetson Resistol, cuz stetson Resistols are cool.


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