It's honestly the most exciting thrill that I often daydream about and look forward to. I wake up pretty thirsty and bloated though, lol.
UPDATE: I'm going to pull this off again sometime in the next couple days. I'll try to document it with some pictures of all the glory!!!!
I’m talking like 15 bosses/encounters, all with mechanics that make you wanna close your scrotum in a broken dvd case. This raid better make last wish look like a terrible joke told at exactly the wrong time. Just get pissed on with loot if you even manage to beat one section of it. And she better make oryx look like some limp dick neckbeard that goes to anime conventions.
Edit:please stop commenting because I feel like I have to respond to all of them it’s been hours I have a headache
I get the game is F2P, and I understand they have to make money. At first, I was pretty disappointed about bundle prices because I believed (and still do) that they were too high. I get their tactic here, it's to target the wealthy, and hopefully, down the line, small fries like the major player base will get a fair deal. It isn't only the bundles which target the wealthy, however. To preface this, I will say also that no western, successful F2P game has pay-to-win.
This game has the sleaziest monetization of any F2P I've ever played. I thought it would get better over time, but my hope has dwindled after Joe Lee's (RiotSWAGGERNAU7) statement regarding the battle-pass in Ask VALORANT #1. I would also like to say that managing monetization is this man's job. If you're going to get mad at anyone, get mad at the greedy guys at the top, not at him or the revenue team.
No VP in the battle-pass. Interesting strategy. Here is what h... keep reading on reddit ➡
Non-farm payrolls: +2.5 mil vs -7.5 mil expected (-20.67 mil in April)
Unemployment rate: 13.3% vs 19% expected (14.7% in April)
These calls are gonna print. Gay bears are skinned and used as a rug in front of my fireplace
We’re two Danish architects who’ve designed a Moon Habitat that can unfold like origami and expand its inner volume by 560%! It’s not ready for the Moon yet, but we’ll test it over 3 months in Arctic Greenland. We will live like astronauts in total isolation, testing the Habitat, our bodies, and our minds. Essentially, we’re testing ways to make extreme isolation + hostile environments livable for humans, not just military-trained astronauts.
The project is completely independent of any big organizations and we are building the Habitat ourselves here in Copenhagen.
The ultimate goal would be to see our habitat on the surface of the Moon since we believe the future of space travel must not be just survival, but instead that space should be full of life.keep reading on reddit ➡
The amount I see this happen is mind boggling, let’s set the scene:
Everyone rolls into the raid. 2-3 people immediately start talking about DPS strats for the final boss, before even starting the first encounter. Someone starts complaining that someone else doesn’t have [INSERT OP WEAPON HERE]. Throughout all of this, 4 people call the easiest position, totally disregarding the other people who call it. Someone places the rally banner, picks up ammo and abilities, then immediately switches subclasses and weapons. They command that we must wipe. Then 2 other people start the encounter.
The first few attempts are a mess. As before, 3-4 people all try and do the same job, only realising the error of their ways after a wipe or two. Then someone piped up with ”I’m looking up stats who’s done this before”. A few people nervously shuffle because they either haven’t done it, or have only done a few specific roles, but are not willing to adjust.
After a few wipes, someone leaves. Then,... keep reading on reddit ➡
I love movies and I've seen a lot of them, but the thing is nowadays every time I play a movie I get tired of it easily and I don't feel that excited about watching movies anymore . That might be because I haven't seen a really good one in a while, but anyway I just want to really enjoy watching movies like before.
What do you think are some good movies that can help me fall in love with movies again?
I am an Egyptian AC fan and playing through the entirety of Origins made me proud of my country's history and culture even though the game took place thousands of years ago.
I think Ubisoft did a fantastic job portraying the culture and religion of ancient Egypt as well as the beauty of some locations and the harshness of the desert. It made me reminisce about my memories of being a child in Egypt back when the country was in a better state.
It made me wonder if any of you Italian/Greek/French/etc fans feel the same way towards AC?
Edit: wow, it's so awesome seeing people from all over the world and from different cultures discuss how the games affected them :)
I just wanted to clarify a good point that a commenter brought up. Although I have a very little connection with ancient Egyptian culture, I guess what I meant to say was that im proud of experiencing the history of my country and seeing it represented in an AC game.
I’d been using a Schick Hydro Silk Sensitive Skin razor for YEARS. I would cut myself 4 out of 5 times I shaved. I always thought it was my technique. A razor is a razor, right? Wrong.
I read some blog post written by a woman about the men’s Gillette Fusion 5. She argued that men’s razors are better BECAUSE they’re made to go around lots of curves (um, hi, your face? why didn’t I think of that? DUH). The blades are also closer together which makes for a closer shave. AND they tend to be a little cheaper ($7.82 for the Gillette Fusion 5 on Amazon, $8.97 for the Schick Hydro Silk).
Let me tell you: I will never go back. The way that baby adapts to the curves around my ankle and knee is a game changer. I’ve never had a smoother, more razor-burn-free shave from a brand new razor in my life. Didn’t cut myself once, even when I thought I did (it’s extremely forgiving). And I absolutely love how slim and sturdy the handle is.
10/10 first impression. I don’t see myself going back.
Since the Nether Update and the implementation of Vertical Biomes, it have opened up a lot of great possibilities that were once unachievable in Minecraft. One of them would be this suggestion, make the Sky above Clouds, a seperate biome in which rain does not fall, like Deserts and dry Biomes. This would be enough to make it look like rain actually falls from clouds rather than having rain fall above clouds which looks very strange. Here's what they should do with the sky to achieve this effect:
Sky should have a dry in-game climate like that of Desert's and Savannah's so that rain wouldn't fall in the Sky unlike in most other biomes.
Sky should be its own biome. Since Vertical Biomes are now possible, this should be possible.
Thanks for reading my Suggestion, have a Great Day!
Thanks for 2,6k. I really glad that this helped and you didn't relapse 😉
Darth Vader has been thrown backwards to the era of the Prequels, realising he has a chance to change his horrible life he decides to get involved and change his destiny
There will be to different Anakins running around: the Jedi Knight and the Sith Lord
Not wanting to ruin his past self’s life or ruin his already fragile metal state, he has decided to keep his identity from everyone including his younger self. However if someone is able to figure it out he will be truthful
Vader still wants his younger self to marry Padmé, his will be one of his major goals. He will consider his mission a failure if they don’t fall in love and get married
He is still a Dark Lord of the Sith, Jedi won’t exactly like him.
You can pick any Darth Vader from Rebels onward.
R1. He appears on Tattooine one month before Qui Gon, Obi Wan and Padmé appear on the planet
R2. He appears on Coruscant one week before Attack of the Clones
R3. He appears in his Tie Advanced above Corusc... keep reading on reddit ➡
Think about it for a second. Hunters, they practicaly live next door to Darkness to begin with. They go out into the wild, use sneaky tactics etc. Warlocks, they are used to studying forbidden knowledge. Knowledge is like their thing, and few knowlege is as forbidden as that in the shadows. So they get used to it.
But Titans? They are the shield which guards they realm of man. They are the eptimone on what a Guardian should be. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, they have to be rock solid, stand in the light, and protect the people from the shadow.
Is is any wonder that Dredgen Yor was a Titan? That Zavala takes loss harder that everyone else? That Shaxx yells as loud as he does? That Saint-14 had a moment of weakness when the Fallen destroyed the colony he protected?
Titans are a shining light in the shadow. But Titans are also the most prone to falling to evil due to it, and quite probably the most terrifying when they do. Not because they are smart or cunning, but because the sheild... keep reading on reddit ➡
I know that a lot of people were very disappointed when we killed Ghaul in a mission and ended the red war instead of Ghaul being a final raid boss. I don't want the darkness to just be a 5 hour fight. This needs to be a long fight that cannot just end at the raid. If the darkness is everything that Bungie is building up, then we don't want to destroy it in 6 hours.