I have immersed myself in women's soccer for nearly 20 years, at various times tracking stats, calling games, writing stories, hosting a podcast/radio show, doing broadcast TV research and publishing an NWSL almanac. I worked the NWSL Challenge Cup (Twitch) and the 2019 Women's World Cup (for Fox). Check out my various projects at www.KeeperNotes.com or my WoSoNostalgia channel on YouTube. AMA!
Mornin' Reddit. I'm really excited to release Ezmerelda's Encyclopedia of Evil, a 116-page creature supplement inspired by Volo's Guide and Mordenkainen's Tome.
The project has 14 chapters, each focusing on a specific creature type. The book contains chapters on slaadi, vampires, mummies, lycanthropes, obyrith, elder evils, lamias, and more.
Chapters expand on their relevant creature, providing new stat blocks, alternate powers and traits, lair ideas, ideals/bonds/flaws, and other inspirational material. My goal with the project was provide ways to turn both popular and underrated creatures into dynamic encounters, arc-long antagonists, or major campaign villains.
I got to work with some really incredible talent for this project and commission a few pieces from amazing artists. The first 50 pages should be visible in the product preview. Thanks for checking it out!
Hi all, was wondering if the weapon upgrades and reward weapons from the princess ever show up in the book mode’s encyclopedia? Thanks.
u/idontgetwhyimhere is the full house encyclopedia hahaha :)
...judging by the vast in-depth knowledge they seemingly have of each scene
The Oracles games share a lot of enemies/bosses with Link’s Awakening, so could the Oracles replace the intended connection between ALTTP and Link’s Awakening?
Has anyone found any unique uses for demonic energy from MGE. I think it's pretty useful in wh40k for fighting Slaanesh and the tyranid. It's pretty dangerous though, so I try not to use it to much. Warhammer 40,000 is one of the only universes where even at the lewd demonic energy's worse if is still an improvement.
If you have been eyeing the Encyclopedia or other expensive items, this might be your last chance to get them "affordably" for a while. Even if the prices seem high now, they are sure to rise with rising interest in the franchise. Just my 2c.
I don't think we ever saw Trin read those books and I think a stable, bought, and paid for trailer would have been way better than some books IMO.
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Everipedia builds world-class consumer dApps and defi applications. What originally launched in 2014 as an inclusive encyclopedia would grow out of its original mandate of just being a website and transform into a full-blown blockchain ecosystem. In 2018, Everi... keep reading on reddit ➡
This hefty and expensive tome was released this month online for free, a fair bit of choice morsels inside that the weird studies crowd may enjoy:
Here’s one on magic: https://uat-preview30.sspbloomsbury.com/search-results?any=Magic
And here’s one on parapsychology: https://uat-preview30.sspbloomsbury.com/encyclopedia-chapter?docid=b-9781474208024&amp;amp;amp;tocid=b-9781474208024-3759&amp;amp;amp;st=Parapsychology
Is anyone aware of their record so far? Edit : Adding URL for reference https://encyclopediageopolitica.com/
I'm working hard to pursue my dream. In 3 years at the most I will be in the ranks of the Italian army. Always work hard for ur dreams, because nothing is free in this world
Hi guys! I recently found out that Radiohead's got wayy more albums that their studio ones, but they seem extremely confusing and I was wondering if you could help me out with a kind of 'encyclopedia' about all of them, or some sources that I could use to do some more in depth research. Or, if you are kind-hearted, I am open to some learning from you! This band seems amazingly weird and I absolutely adore them.
Hey guys, newbie here.
I'm at the beginning of the game (about 25 days) and I can't find some of the heroes, like the golden, the scholar, ... . I search their names but can't find them.
Is this normal? Do they appear later?
Game version: v.e1.4.2.(Hotfix)
P.S. I don't know whether this is a bug or not, so I didn't post it in the Megathread.
Long time player here, Im looking at make an app to make it easier and quicker pull info from the encyclopedia via our phones. Namely being able to pull ware prices, ship stats & price, possibly a map.
This would start out as an android app first with a port/ rebuild to Apple if there's enough interest. I'd be starting with X3TC with a port to X3AP and later developed for other games, Agin if there's enough interest.
Right now I'd like to know how much interest there is in this and also some suggestions as to other features we would like to see.
P.S. This is a pet project so its a when I have time kind of thing.
I am trying to start a massive project: a Round Earth encyclopedia that disproves ALL Flat Earth arguments and provides extremely detailed evidence as to why they are all incorrect. We will make our encyclopedia in the form of a Powerpoint presentation, and it will be complete with every single possible argument. You must write down every single source you can get (Wikipedia is alright but not recommended). Join this Discord if you're interested: https://discord.gg/gMgRxtX. Let's get this motherfucking bread.
I'm working on a paper for an introductory class in philosophy. I should be asking my professor this question but he's such an asshole that I do my best to limit contact with him.
Anyway, I'm wondering about the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Is this considered a good source of philosophical material? Is it respectable enough to be cited in research papers?
I'm asking because it seems that online encyclopedias are not held in high regard. Almost every class I've taken so far has forbidden the use of Wikipedia as a source, even though it's the largest encyclopedia in the world.
I recently bought the Zelda encyclopedia and Creating a Champion books, and they are amazing. It made me realize how cool a smash bros version would be after all the DLC for Ultimate is done. Each game would get it's own chapter and it would consist of the following parts:
1)Development: Just a quick rundown of the development for each game, maybe show the project outline.
3)Stages: High quality pictures of each stage with concept art and pieces of trivia
4)Items: Overview of each item in the game
Miscellaneous: Promo art, behind scene stuff, manuals, box arts, disc art.
Other stuff: Modes, trophies, cut content, old interviews
This will probably never happen due to licensing, but please Dark Horse and Nintendo, make this.
I have a question,
actually, I have a lot of questions.
can someone tell me
what to do with the encyclopedia in my head of you?
Can someone tell me
what do with the fact
that I know your mom’s favorite cake,
I baked it for her birthday.
Your brother’s ex-girlfriend,
we still talk.
Your dad’s hobbies that are now mine,
and the way you talk in your sleep?
It’s quiet now.
It is like I took a class on you,
and after the final test,
the final night,
I was left with
a notebook of things I thought were important.
We used to throw parties
after the class ended,
notebooks and homework burned,
how do I burn thoughts of you?
I could write a book
on your likes,
and your dislikes.
Explain everything from
how your home will look and how
you want to raise your children,
to how you prefer pepperoni pizza, no pineapple.
We disagreed on it all.
I don’t think I want to forget you,
but I don’t know what to do
with the overflowing three ring binder,
being hel... keep reading on reddit ➡
Heyho. I have an issue atm, that every time, I want to load the encyclopedia it takes ages (up to 20 minutes). It becomes useless that way and since the encyclopedia is quite essential that bugs me a lot.
Du you experience the same bug, can offer a workaround? I use a few mods, but no overhauls or similar mods that change profiles. Only ship mods (these could be a problem, but were fine before 3.3) and the Station Mule.
I read this series alongside EB in the late 90's. I'm pretty sure it was a series of books. The main character was a girl who had photographic memory, and when she wanted to take a mental picture she would look around and say 'click'. I think most of her 'cases' were pretty basic stuff, like who took who's bracelet or whatever. Thanks!
Anyone know where I can get a digital copy of the encyclopedia in episode one? If it exists.
One of my favorite mods I had when the game started was one that added a page to the encyclopedia that showed all the villages and cities, and what they produced. I haven't played since 4/26 though so I don't remember what mod it was.
Edit: Found it https://www.nexusmods.com/mountandblade2bannerlord/mods/337
Hopefully this is the right place to ask--if not, I can definitely remove the post.
I'm looking to get back into LOTR and everything related. I haven't touched a Tolkien book since middle school but have been itching to learn lore and related information. Is there a recommended encyclopedia to have available while reading through the series again? Thanks!
Edit: I actually went with The Complete Tolkien Companion (2012) to start off with as hard copy to have around! I'd still like recommendations though when moving forward! :)
Hello! I have these 16 numbered cards to offer on a first-come, first served basis.
Currently available: ALL GONE!. To receive one, please comment the card you'd like as well as which of the following you'd like on the inside:
Physics fun facts aboult light, refraction, and rainbows
Science-slanted quotes about the beauty of our world and the universe
Unicorns! (As drawn by me, a dude with absolutely no art experience. But I'll try my best!)
LGBTQ+ words of encouragement and quotes
I will DM you once I read your comment! Please let me DM you, so I can keep track of all sixteen cards in a systematic way. As always, exchanges are welcome and appreciated, but certainly not required.
Cheers to you all; I hope everyone is having a fabulous day <3
Right now I'm stuck between total baseball and the espn encyclopedia. Any recommendations?
As far as I can tell the game is NOT Encarta.
What I remember most is that the game had a fully animated intro of the tablet flying down through the clouds and around different scenes. One was a train on a trestle bridge. When you were in the game you'd click to navigate between different environments. The tablet was also used to show text and animations about different topics unique to each area.
I've created this simple web app as a part of learning web development, to help people select a linux distro for themselves.
It's a really simple web app, as I've created it as part of learning web development.
It retrieves data from another API that I've defined and this very API's database is used to store all the releated information that only right now I can store.
And this web app is used to get information from that API and display it in an organized way.
Have a look and please let me know about your thoughts and suggestions:
The project is now open source:
Under GPL 3.0 License
UPDATE: Finally added the feature of defining a new distro from you guys! The post that you'll make would first be approved and then... keep reading on reddit ➡
Genre: CD ROM Encyclopedia
Estimated year of release: 1996-99
Graphics/art style: Colorful, hand-drawn illustrations (no photos)
Notable characters: Had a mascot that was a cartoon bug?
Notable gameplay mechanics: Not strictly a game, but close enough; click around on hyperlinks, media files play, no minigames
Other details: Apologies if it's outside the scope of the sub. My partner's been trying to remember this game from their childhood for days now to no avail. It featured section teaching about the body??
It's gonna be so good discussing all the weird shit you find, seeing guides come up and discussions on equipment, enemies and bosses you come across since the game is said to be so big. Grant us eyes
In listening to the excellent Gom Jabbar podcast, the hosts note the order of what they consider canon when discussing lore:
It got me thinking about the upcoming film. There are certainly going to be throwaway lines and background details that reference this or that bit of the broader universe, and in these moments Villeneuve has the choice of what canon he'll include. BH and KJA are either producers or consultants on the production.
Will Villeneuve walk the line in keeping you the original novel, or instead canonise this or that bit of apocrypha?
Why do ancient grimoires exist? Were our ancestors nuts or is this serious business?