Who is the Predatoriums top Hunter?

Who is your Favorite?

  • Jungle Hunter (Predator 1)

  • City Hunter (Predator 2)

  • Elder (Predator 2)

  • Elder (AvP)

  • Scar (AvP)

  • Celtic (AvP)

  • Chopper (AvP)

  • Wolf (AvP R)

  • Berserker (Predators)

  • Falconer (Predators)

  • Tracker (Predators)


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LunaticNic

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So who is your favorite Pred from the movies?


Technically speaking this is a popularity contest, and I'm curious to see who actually is our "top Hunter"
 
Top hunter on the Predatorium, is Usurper. Second would be Biohunter76. However, both members were a product of the older name of the forum. I hope soon a few individuals can continue their legacy. ;) history repeats itself after all.
 
So who is your favorite Pred from the movies?


Technically speaking this is a popularity contest, and I'm curious to see who actually is our "top Hunter"


Definitely without a doubt the city hunter:love: and for predatorium....I'm not on here a lot, but Wreav is always here to answer questions and help, so that kind of make him predatorium's clan leader right? He gets my vote
 
I prefer my predators without a social conscience or empathy . Or before long they will be adopting puppies and becoming Disney princesses. Making the bad guy in to the good guy happens in a few film franchises and it always annoys me .the film makers forget why we liked the bad guy, because they are bad nothing more nothing less
 
All of the Predators in P1,P2,AVP,AVP2 are the good guys.
P1 = goes to kill high trained killers who kill anyone that stands in their way. For example the Guerilla group in the jungle they apprehended the soldier and shot him in the head. So the Predator is like, it's hunting time justice must be served. Hottest summers... can refer to the intense heat of hell.
P2 = Kills drug cartel members. CIA members who seek advancement in technology. Detectives who kill dozens of individuals every year. Civilians who possess guns and have the potential to kill. (He is a potential saviour figure who places justice at the for front of his principle. He is also looking to hunt anyone who can harm another.) He doesn't fire at the child.
Scar, Chopper, Celtic = Those henchmen for Weyland basically invaded their territory while they were digging to get their weapons. Weyland comes to the area armed and so on if you notice the individuals they killed are always security services who possess weapons or the potential to harm.
Wolf = Accidentally kills a civilian, he then takes a minute to pause and the 'boyfriend' shoots several rounds of shot gun bullets at him (because of his mistake he takes all of the bullets) and falls several stories down a lift shaft. He was sent to save and contain the increased contamination of the Aliens. And by using the explosive to kill the aliens and wipe out what ever remains shows comparison to Issac Netero who blew himself up in order to stop the Ant King (so for the greater good as it was the Predators fault the Pred alien existed)
 
Thats stretching it a little bit. P1 and p2 your fighting against the predators after that your fighting with them. Thats a whole shift in the way they are perceived on screen. The chioce of kills in the first two films is a matter of better sport not from some moral compass. That idea only evolved in later films
 
Recognizing a human that helped him in AVP emanates intelligence, not a longing for puppies IMO. If they have the smarts to develop all the tech they have (unless the tech is all spoils of war) they have a level of intelligence that would recognize the enemy of my enemy. I don't think it took away from the intensity factor. The only part of AVP that I don't buy is how a Pred allowed himself to be seeded by an alien. I don't buy that for half a second and always shut off the movie :) before that stupid ending. He'd have done himself in or had the human do it if he didn't have the means. Come to think of it, something like that would make a good story....hummmm.
 
Recognizing a human that helped him in AVP emanates intelligence, not a longing for puppies IMO. If they have the smarts to develop all the tech they have (unless the tech is all spoils of war) they have a level of intelligence that would recognize the enemy of my enemy. I don't think it took away from the intensity factor. The only part of AVP that I don't buy is how a Pred allowed himself to be seeded by an alien. I don't buy that for half a second and always shut off the movie :) before that stupid ending. He'd have done himself in or had the human do it if he didn't have the means. Come to think of it, something like that would make a good story....hummmm.

Lex couldn't have done him in...they already made her a hot mess in the movie. And she was, crying the whole time. But I love the idea of a pred/human partnership! And you know that the people that made avp purposely gave Scar long dreadlocks to make him more physically appealing? It's true.
 
I remember when me and my friends watched AVP, and the great when Scar took off his bio to reveal these really model-esque photogenic eyes and we all found it quite funny. On second thoughts you're right, they are very clearly intelligent creatures, maybe it's not as unnatural as I once thought :p
 
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