Rewatching CLOY with my BF, and he pointed out the reason why Ri Jeong Hyeok’s tag is tomato cultivator is because he had to cultivate the tomato Seri gave him.
I’m so shook, I didn’t realized this till now
This was one of the staples of my youth along with some of the others I've seen around like Pre-98 Bubba Kush, Northern Lights. Haven't seen any Trainwreck since I've had a card. Have you? Any other of the older-school strains I should try?
Happy Monday. I’ve been stocked up for a few weeks but will be making some purchases this week. Interested to hear your guys input.
From posts on here, it seems BR has been on a steady rise. Cresco is starting to get a little more love although I wasn’t as impressed with their most recent batch of GMOz compared to an older batch I had.
Klutch seems to be on the decline in terms of thc% and terps.
I'm trying to find the article that covered which ohio cultivators that were against homegrow. Can anyone help out with a link?
So a lot of cliches serve a useful purpose even if poorly done. But I'm talking about these other cliches that seem to serve no purpose at all and was wondering why these stories are written like this, like from a, "what is the author thinking?" perspective, like is there a really good reason why so many authors are sticking to these because they work and I just don't realize. Any ideas?
Many of these stories seem to shy away from actual romance developments. Something happens to pull the MC apart from the love interest(s) and it stays that way for hundreds of chapters, or anything that happens is a result of a misunderstanding or clearly contrived (e.g. aphrodisiac pill). Any development that does happen all tends to be the MC saving the love interest, or MC pursuing the love interest, or MC doing a favor for the love interest, and that's it.
Many of these stories repeatedly use cardboard-cutout villains (e.g. the arrogant young master types, the rapist bandit types, the monstrous beast types) and very rarely give any of them any kind of depth or do anything interesting with them. It all seems very ridiculous.
Many of these stories have a MC who cares a lot - and I mean a LOT - about engaging in retribution against those who have wronged them (even if they're no longer a threat to them) and it just has to be in the most over the top way, even if they can bet that this will only incur more antagonists to come after them.
Many of these stories have battle scenes that go on for chapters and chapters. None of it ever drives the plot forward (except the last blow). And these fights are always the escalating type, raising the question of why doesn't anyone just start off with a really powerful move.
Many of these stories focus way too much on rank and the power creep very quickly stops making any sense. Cultivation level obviously, the quality of things (ie spirit stones), but also the number of things which are used to indicate power level (e.g. 22-colored flames, like what's that 17th color?).
Many of these stories are set in a world with dimensions orders of magnitude larger than Earth, with populations orders of magnitude larger than Earth's, with histories/timespans orders of magnitude larger than Earth civilizations, like 10,000-meter-tall giants and 100,000-year-old sects and 1,000,000,000,000's of people.
its like rimworld but you build a sect.
Going to get my card on December 3rd. Who has the best flower? Bold, Osage, or NSM
And what would such a world look like?
I’m interested in working with growers and processors to provide a free way of disposing of any plant waste they may be tossing so we as an industry can be more environmentally friendly than others. Ive read that some states don’t legally allow the donation/giving of plant and soil waste, so I would be willing to pay for it in those circumstances, but I was just wondering if these growers and processors would even be interested in being more eco-conscious?
The cultivator of the lower realm is always weaker than the one of the upper realm with the same level of cultivation, it doesn't make sense, if someone can achieve this level of cultivation in the lower realm and ascend wouldn't meant that he is talented as hell if he could achieve this is a lower realm?But them he ascend to the higher realm and got his ass beat by little kids who are 14 years old but have already achieve the Emperor Level Dragon Buster Planet Destroyer Tiger Rider Godly Supreme Being cultivation level, of course the guy who won thousands life and death battles lose to a sheltered young master who was raised with a silver spoon.I'ts the same as someone who learned martial arts for a few months going to the street try to pick a fight with an experienced street fighter, he is going to have his as kicked.
i’ve been looking into Mephisto Genetics for a while now and was just wondering which strain would be best off for a first time grower??
What I remember is that some dud gets reincarnated into a dying body in the middle of a field outside of a town. This guy becomes OP, for some reason, I cannot remember.
Warning of possible spoilers down below.
He finds a village, meets a pretty girl, they interact a little, have fun, some things happen, he leaves, the village then gets attacked by some sects, girl gets killed. He goes bananas and destroys the sects responsible.
He starts to look for a revival potion for the dead waifu and tries to get stronger while doing so.
During one of his expeditions, he travels into a realm of demons/yokais and decides to disguise himself as Sun Wukong, as apparently the King of Whooping Gods' Asses is not known in this realm.
At one point he disguises himself as a scholar and poet and uses a cigarette to make an elegant insult to another poet while inspiring others to make paintings, writing novels, and even the poet he insulted writes on a long sheet of paper and ties it around his necks and walks out. O nit is written. "*I got defeated by [Insert fake poet name]"
That's all I remember for now. Does anyone know which this is, or if it possibly is two different stories I got mixed up together?
I just bought some spores that will be coming in this weekend, but I still don't have a "grow tent" for my process. Do you guys use plant grow tents? I see lots of them online but don't know if those will be ok. Thanks everyone and any extra info for a newb would be appreciated! Mush love to you all!
We know that Drath is a cluster of islands somewhere remote enough that they're normally off the radar of the main story. Probably even more remote than Minos.
It seems to have a combination of Japanese and Chinese culture. Of particular note is that they have the [Ninja] class, but that's not the important part.
Drathians are known to be Cultivators as seen in Chinese Wuxia stories (loosely).
To quote the story: >!The people of Drath know this; they are experts at this refinement and produce pills, liquids, and other methods of cultivating their form.!<
This could be interpreted to be similar to Saliss's shape shifting potions, but on a more subtle and permanent level.
What's also important is that this could be a way for Ryoka to get stronger without having to rely on gaining levels.