>Her ma'da gave her child up ta me long ago, she be thinkin' that a great sacrifice would spare her from me call, from going to da other side. Well she be right, I not claim her yet. But she be wrong too. Her child be da one to decide when ta be reunited with her ma'da, and it seem ta me dat da child be no longer be content ta wait. Dey both belong in my realm. Go, bring da child to her ma'da.
In BFA, we find out a mother sacrificed her own daughter to Bwonsamdi in return for immortality. Bwonsamdi is not a nice person. He accepts the ritual sacrifice of children. He put a 'curse' on Rastakhan's entire family line and he's probably the reason Rastakhan is dead. I don't know why the Player Character is made to work with him, but I kinda wish we didn't have to.
He's fun, he has great lines ( him bragging about his romance was fun af ) but I can't enjoy him the way Blizzard wants me to when I know that he literally exchanged the lives of children for power.
I just went and watchwatched i wanna eat your pancreas your lie in april silent voice and devilman crybaby in a row so im pretty messed up so yh
Sith are so often portrayed as dark, brooding murder hobos who take themselves and the dark side super seriously. Are there any examples of sith who are wisecracking, cheerful, or laid back, while still evil and self serving?
OK so I've been doing a LOT of reading on this asking various mates, people who work in this sector. This is a major worry people are having right now - it seems so close to being over, yet so far as well. For the first time in this pandemic, I'll admit to being on edge and frustrated, however, I'm very optimistic and reassured. I'll try and break it down into important points:
One might think that the 5th year Hufflepuff girls dormitory would be the last place one would find one of the most powerful dark rituals known or unknown to the magical world. One would be correct in their impression... most of the time.
Susan Bones was the very picture of Hufflepuff ideals. She was generous, a hard worker, and absolutely loyal to her friends. Susan loves gossiping with her dorm mates, watching her house quidditch team, and stressing over whether the boy she likes noticed her new haircut. She is also attempting to resurrect Hannah Abbott's recently deceased pet bunny.
As far back as her family's records show, the Bones family have always been necromancers, and always been Hufflepuffs. From the very first Lord o' Bones, who threatened to wipe out the entirety of magical Britain, the secret knowledge of the Bones Family Necronomicon has passed from head to heir through countless generations.
Most people wouldn't expect such purveyors of dark arts to reside within the halls of the 'Puffs, but oh how wrong they were. Necromancy was hard work; it requires years of training, dedication and absolute focus. As for Loyalty? Well, who could value loyalty more than the master of an army of mindless, undead thralls? Susan Bones was the ideal Hufflepuff, and she was proud of it.
It’s hard for me to be as friendly and seemingly excited to talk to customers as my coworkers are. I won’t be grumpy and rude to customers, but I am too exhausted and tired to be able to excitedly greet everyone. How do they do it??
When I asked him about the occasion, he said: "my friends used to organise a surprise party for me on my birthday, but this year I had to organise it myself".
Breath of the Wild isn't exactly cheerful, but it is indeed bright. I'm itching to find an open-world game RPG game that's 3D similar to it. Something with a sense of exploration and discovery like Terraria and Golden Sun.
To be honest right now I'm thinking about Saint Row 4 just because it at least looks funny(?)
Was just really looking for a good western medieval themed open world RPG game tbh. Games I've recently played so far are, maybe aside from BotW and Ocarina of Time, are the Golden Sun series, The Bard's Tale, and a bit of Ravensword on my phone. I did like the bit of Ravensword I played.
I thought I would like to get Darksiders 2 on Switch (since it's zelda like and I like the theme, I do have it on Epic Games as a free game), but the more I played it on PC the puzzles can apparently be a bore. Add to that I find it tiresome to play games in front of my PC, so that may have added to my experience.
I do appreciate difficult games, and even sandbox games e.g. Don't Starve, Enter the Gungeon etc. Just haven't really explored this whole 3D RPG business.
Was honestly debating on getting either Skyrim or Witcher 3, leaning on Witcher 3 since GOTD and graphics look brighter, but I'm not so sure if I'm quite sold since things look so brutal! I absolutely don't like playing Monster Hunter at all. I just can't justify, killing monsters for fun as in the in-game reason hahaha, and looks too realistic. But perhaps depends on the plot, and I think the graphics on Witcher are downscaled on the Switch so less blood and details and all that. Still am not sure on whether I should get it. Dragon's Dogma seems recommended too.
First tried Assassin's Creed 2 on Steam the other day! Liked the theme, apparently setting is really important to me. The game looks really brown though. So am considering getting AC Rebel Collection on the Switch, maybe in the future since pirating is not my feels right now. Considering Odyssey on Steam, but I realized that I really have more time to play on handheld than anything else.
Any suggestions on this would be great thank you! :D
Update: Went ahead and bought Dragon's Dogma on eshop sale! Graphic coloring is not that bright, but is just ok for its theme. And the gore, if there is, is quite subdued, especially on handheld. Story isn't that great I think, is there, and to be honest is acceptable, but gameplay is really great! Quite surprised it's from 2012. Scratches the western medieval open world action RPG if anythin... keep reading on reddit ➡
(Even when I've watched the entire series twice now)
honestly I can’t think of a more concise way to explain it but I ADORE the starchy-hero + sunshine-y heroine duo. also plus points if there is a good groveling moment in it!!! as it turns out, most of the books I’ve come across (that I haven’t already read) from this type of trope are historical romance/harlequin and I just find both of those to be a little cheesy. Here are some of the books I loved, and I’m looking for suggestions along the same lines:
literally ANY Mariana zappata books Burn for you Look the part Managed Walk of shame (Lauren layne) Marriage for one The hating game
I also love the marriage of convenience trope but again non-historical so please drop any suggestions that kind of fit this profile!!
I particularly like Under the sky from Flower Bud.
"If I follow the stars of the night sky I might reach it If I don’t give up and go I might catch it If I walk slowly, it’s alright even if it’s hard"
"When the future I’m dreaming of becomes blurry When I get nervous because I don’t know when it’ll come Then I’ll whisper to myself Cast a spell, you can do it some day"
The whole song is so motivational. Without realizing, it becomes my 2nd top track of all the time. (The first one is Rain in the spring time)
Another song is Hope from Fever Season.