This post has CoViD-19 in the title but is a question regarding the human body and how it handles common colds and flu strains which are commonly received and dealt with throughout a normal life.
Is there any permanent damage caused, or is it simply temporary or none at all? Thanks!
Edit: I had a feeling common colds and flu strains had long lasting effects, but the fact that I didn't realize it until I was reminded and clarified by you all is a very important distinction that this isn't something we think about often. I hope moving forward after CoViD-19, the dangers of simple common illnesses are brought to attention. Myocarditis is something that I have recently learned about and knowing how fatal it can be is something everyone should be aware about.
I (19M) have just not been having the best of luck in relationships, not everyone was bad per se but for one reason or another it just hasn’t gone my way.
One thing I learned in recent months however was if I’m not the persons first option I don’t even wanna be in consideration to be their partner.
Upon doing some thinking and reflecting, I think the best thing for me to do at the moment is to just take a casual approach to everything. My biggest worry however, is that I might get in too deep with hookup culture to the point where no one will want me. I don’t know if this is a situation where I can have my cake and eat it too. I’m perplexed on what to do so that leads me to this question.
If someone is/was involved in hookup culture does it affect the way you look at them as potential long term partners?
In older games, you have to make an effort to climb higher buildings and you have to be careful not to fall. Now I feel like I'm playing with Spiderman and I don't care where I am, it's so unrealistic. Fall damage should be option at least, if someone doesn't want to take damage, he could activate option. They really should return the old way.
I’m pretty new to WoW Classic and WoW in general. I thought I did well to level my Hunter to 60 as Beastmaster. Throughout the leveling process I bought all my skills until there was nothing left to train.
Well I started raiding with a guild so I switched from BM to MM. it sucked that I lost intimidation and beastial wrath but I games Aimed Shot and Trueshot Aura - great!
... Except Aimed shot kind of sucked. It did about the same damage as my regular auto attacks but it took longer to shoot. “Why is this such an important skill?” I asked myself.
I would look up videos of Hunters soloing DMT and they were doing far more damage than I was against the same boss. I figured they just had much better gear.
I’ve been MM for months.
Well the one spell I never bothered to buy was Aspect of the Pack because I played solo. Someone in a dungeon was like, “wtf, why don’t you have pack?” So I apologized and said I would train it after the dungeon.
So I go to the trainer and... keep reading on reddit ➡
>Me, halfling divination wizard
>Not me: Gnoll barbarian, Centaur Armorer Artificer, Tiefling Grave Cleric, Human Wild Magic Sorc, Human Tempest Cleric
>Rolled a 20 on one of my portents
>Fighting a huge beast
>ko’s our cleric with an aoe
>ko’s me even after using portent, Shield, and having mage armor with one bite
>All before we roll initiative
>ko’s the sorcerer a couple rounds later
>Fail 2 of my death saves
>Artificer gets the cleric up, cleric gets me up, I stabilize the sorc who just went down
>Grave Cleric uses his CD to curse the baddie
>Tempest Cleric casts inflict wounds
>At second level
>Replace his attack roll with a Nat 20
>Beast is already vulnerable from Grave Cleric’s CD
>Nat 20 gives him 2X on the damage rolls
>Creature survives with 1 HP
>Artificer and Tempest cleric kick its shit in to clean up
>We... keep reading on reddit ➡
They recently removed the cap to monsters from her ult as a stealth buff. Does a little for regular jinx. Lethality jinx though? Good luck smiting baron. My 5 recent baron steals feel a little less impressive now...
I tested and found it killed around 4.1k. You can see my build in my other videos.
I thought about this while watching SirD a while back and it actually seems like a good idea if it has really low handling, and a bad rpm. The intrinsic could be something like the title, and the perk could be like if u get a precision kill you get increased damage for ur next shot.
So u/Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks made a really great and insightful post about the problematic divide between martial characters and spellcasters. It was unfortunately locked and removed my the mods of this sub, likely due to violations of rule 1 in the comments (sidenote: I get locking the post if the debate was getting out of hand, but removing it was a step too far. It's an awesome post that made some really interesting points, and the OP can't control what happens in the comments).
Anyway, one point that Mr. Sharks brought up was a comparison of the single-target damage ability of a Fighter vs. a Wizard. While interesting, it was pretty limited from a mathematical perspective. Let's change that.
The DMG recommends around 6 encounters per day, with two short rests: one after encounter 2, one after encounter 4. As we very well know, however, this is not at all the way most tables play 5e. Let's assume that Wizard and Fighter each experience 3 combat encounters over the course of a day, and... keep reading on reddit ➡
Hello wonderful people of reddit. I have a lot of time to myself today (my friend/employer is taking the kids out for a walk) and I decided to post my own personal story of revenge here after my friend suggested it (she also insisted on helping with my username so thanks for that).
I was always the kid people picked on at school. The girls would spread rumours about me and the boys would harass me non stop. See, I'd always known that I wanted to be a nanny, I loved babysitting and looking after kids so it seemed like a natural career choice for me. I made the mistake of telling this to a girl who I thought was my friend and she proceeded to tell everyone at school. As this was perceived as "feminine" I instantly became the target for bullies.
There was one boy who loved to terrorise me. I'll call him Jack for the sake of this story. Jack was awful. He would follow me home whilst throwing things at me, vandalise my schoolwork, call me disgusting names, steal my stuff, cut my hair in c... keep reading on reddit ➡
In real life, you're going to have a VERY bad time if you try to ride a wild horse. Seeing that Mojang doesn't want to "spread lies" about animals by overrating or underestimating how dangerous they are (which is why they avoid adding irl animals), I feel that this change fits in with that vision.
As it stands right now, many young, impressionable minds would probably learn that all horses are tame, and will allow humans to ride them readily, because rn, that's what happens in game(apart from the damage-less bucking off).
This would probably deal 1.5 hearts of damage, or half heart + knockback.
To all the people telling me that kids aren't stupid enough to try and ride a wild horse or make irl turtle farms or whatever, this isn't my stance on it. It's Mojang's.
As u/JOY_TMF put it:
>Irl hostile mob in minecraft. Shark, Eagle, lion etc. Mojang doesn't want to add these because they want to educate people. Not... keep reading on reddit ➡
Imagine your Fatebringer taking 739 shots to kill a single Thrall. Nostalgia boner successfully deflated.
You can also use this power to basically stop time.
Whatever you wear or touch using the palm of your hand, while you're rewinding or freezing time, will be immune to rewinding/freezing, just like you.
Whatever you hit, while rewinding time, will unconsciously be immune to rewinding for a very short time. After they're hit, they'll go back to rewinding.
What do you mean, crazy public announcer impersonator?
I mean that for the purposes of calculating damage in this game, dealing damage to a shield that is protecting a champion doesn't count as damage to the champion itself. To the best of my knowledge, this applies to all champion-applied shields (via passive or spells), items (like Sterak's and other Lifeline passives), Barrier, and the Earth Soul.
What does this mean for Yone?
Just as it says on the tin. Damage dealt to a shielded champion won't be stored by the mark from "Soul Unbound" (his E), effectively making shielding 25-35% stronger (based on the level of his E) at preventing his all-ins compared to normal health. At present, Yone doesn't seem to be overkilling his targets by a whole lot of damage, so a shield on a vulnerable target may very well prevent Yone from killing them outright.
So you're saying I should just play Orianna and Lulu mid every time I see a Yone?
Wh- no? I didn't say that. Don't do that.... keep reading on reddit ➡
u/FiftyBlessings doing solo shattered throne when this happened, is this a know bug?