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2023.06.05 02:39 ForeverBeHolden ISO Eras Tour Merch!!

I went to Chicago night 2 and was sadly given false info about the availability of merch online. I’m interested in a few items:
-beige and black/white eras tour t shirt in size small or medium -black on black hoodie in size medium or large -Chicago VIP poster
If you have any of these items you’d be willing to part with please let me know! Thank you!!
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2023.06.05 02:38 _Triple_ [STORE] 900+ KNIVES/GLOVES/SKINS, 50.000$+ INVENTORY. M9 Fade, M4 Poseidon, BFK Freehand, Crimson Kimono, Nomad Fade, Skeleton, Kara Lore, Bayo Autotronic, AWP Fade, Kara Damas, BFK Ultra, Kara Freehand, Kara Bright, M9 Damas, Omega, Tiger Strike, Flip MF, Bayo Tiger, Deagle Blaze, Talon & More

Everything in my inventory is up for trade. The most valuable items are listed here, the rest you can find in My Inventory

Feel free to Add Me or even better send a Trade Offer. Open for any suggestions: upgrades, downgrades / knives, gloves, skins / stickers, patterns, floats.

All Buyouts are listed in cash value.


★ Butterfly Knife Freehand FN #1, B/O: $2500

★ Butterfly Knife Ultraviolet FT, B/O: $822

★ Butterfly Knife Scorched FT, B/O: $616

★ Bayonet Tiger Tooth MW #1, B/O: $1300

★ Bayonet Autotronic FN, B/O: $1050

★ Bayonet Tiger Tooth MW, B/O: $629

★ Bayonet Bright Water FT, B/O: $326

★ Bayonet Safari Mesh BS, B/O: $233

★ Karambit Lore FT, B/O: $1110

★ Karambit Damascus Steel FT, B/O: $840

★ Karambit Freehand MW, B/O: $784

★ Karambit Bright Water MW, B/O: $759

★ M9 Bayonet Fade FN, B/O: $1801

★ M9 Bayonet Fade FN, B/O: $1801

★ M9 Bayonet Damascus Steel FN, B/O: $751

★ Nomad Knife Fade FN, B/O: $1156

★ Nomad Knife Slaughter MW, B/O: $544

★ Nomad Knife Blue Steel WW, B/O: $318

★ Flip Knife Marble Fade FN, B/O: $646

★ Flip Knife Doppler (Phase 4) FN, B/O: $574

★ Flip Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) MW, B/O: $552

★ Flip Knife Case Hardened FT, B/O: $257

★ Flip Knife Freehand FT, B/O: $255

★ StatTrak™ Flip Knife Bright Water FN, B/O: $287

★ Huntsman Knife Lore FN, B/O: $461

★ Huntsman Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 4) FN, B/O: $436

★ Huntsman Knife Doppler (Phase 3) FN, B/O: $353

★ Huntsman Knife Autotronic FT, B/O: $212

★ Huntsman Knife Bright Water FT, B/O: $129

★ Huntsman Knife Forest DDPAT MW, B/O: $129

★ Huntsman Knife Forest DDPAT BS, B/O: $123

★ StatTrak™ Huntsman Knife Rust Coat BS, B/O: $127

★ Bowie Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 2) FN, B/O: $375

★ Bowie Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN, B/O: $363

★ Bowie Knife Tiger Tooth FN, B/O: $269

★ Bowie Knife Crimson Web WW, B/O: $192

★ Bowie Knife Bright Water FN, B/O: $159

★ Bowie Knife Ultraviolet FT, B/O: $126

★ Stiletto Knife Slaughter FN, B/O: $616

★ Stiletto Knife Crimson Web FT, B/O: $412

★ StatTrak™ Stiletto Knife Night Stripe FT, B/O: $227

★ Falchion Knife Lore FT, B/O: $214

★ Falchion Knife Autotronic FT, B/O: $192

★ Falchion Knife Scorched WW, B/O: $105

★ Survival Knife Crimson Web BS, B/O: $216

★ Survival Knife Case Hardened FT, B/O: $198

★ Survival Knife Scorched FT, B/O: $111

★ Shadow Daggers Fade FN, B/O: $368

★ Shadow Daggers Doppler (Phase 3) FN, B/O: $228

★ Shadow Daggers, B/O: $201

★ Shadow Daggers Damascus Steel FT, B/O: $108

★ Shadow Daggers Ultraviolet FT, B/O: $105

★ Shadow Daggers Black Laminate FT, B/O: $99

★ Shadow Daggers Forest DDPAT FT, B/O: $85

★ Gut Knife Doppler (Sapphire) MW #1, B/O: $1700

★ Gut Knife Gamma Doppler (Phase 1) FN, B/O: $223

★ Gut Knife Marble Fade FN, B/O: $203

★ Gut Knife Doppler (Phase 2) FN, B/O: $191

★ Gut Knife Case Hardened BS, B/O: $127

★ Navaja Knife Doppler (Phase 4) FN, B/O: $199

★ Navaja Knife Doppler (Phase 4) FN, B/O: $199

★ Navaja Knife, B/O: $138

★ Navaja Knife Damascus Steel FN, B/O: $111

★ Classic Knife Urban Masked FT, B/O: $146

★ StatTrak™ Classic Knife Stained BS, B/O: $168

★ Ursus Knife Doppler (Phase 3) FN, B/O: $476

★ Ursus Knife, B/O: $375

★ Skeleton Knife, B/O: $1137

★ Talon Knife, B/O: $608

★ Paracord Knife, B/O: $305

★ Survival Knife Forest DDPAT FT, B/O: $97


★ Moto Gloves Transport MW, B/O: $204

★ Moto Gloves Polygon BS, B/O: $142

★ Moto Gloves Blood Pressure BS, B/O: $84

★ Moto Gloves Blood Pressure BS, B/O: $84

★ Moto Gloves 3rd Commando Company BS, B/O: $63

★ Moto Gloves 3rd Commando Company BS, B/O: $63

★ Specialist Gloves Crimson Kimono WW, B/O: $1215

★ Specialist Gloves Tiger Strike FT, B/O: $672

★ Specialist Gloves Lt. Commander FT, B/O: $305

★ Specialist Gloves Lt. Commander BS, B/O: $140

★ Specialist Gloves Crimson Web BS, B/O: $137

★ Specialist Gloves Buckshot FT, B/O: $75

★ Driver Gloves Crimson Weave FT, B/O: $359

★ Driver Gloves Imperial Plaid BS, B/O: $229

★ Driver Gloves Overtake BS, B/O: $77

★ Driver Gloves Racing Green FT, B/O: $48

★ Sport Gloves Omega FT, B/O: $739

★ Sport Gloves Amphibious BS #2, B/O: $733

★ Sport Gloves Arid BS, B/O: $292

★ Hand Wraps Giraffe MW, B/O: $212

★ Hand Wraps Leather FT, B/O: $160

★ Hand Wraps Desert Shamagh MW, B/O: $101

★ Broken Fang Gloves Yellow-banded MW, B/O: $185

★ Broken Fang Gloves Needle Point FT, B/O: $67

★ Broken Fang Gloves Needle Point WW, B/O: $59

★ Hydra Gloves Case Hardened BS, B/O: $65

★ Hydra Gloves Emerald FT, B/O: $65

★ Hydra Gloves Emerald BS, B/O: $62


AK-47 Case Hardened BS, B/O: $130

AK-47 Bloodsport MW, B/O: $79

AK-47 Fuel Injector BS, B/O: $76

AK-47 Fuel Injector BS, B/O: $76

AK-47 Bloodsport FT, B/O: $70

AK-47 Neon Rider MW, B/O: $60

StatTrak™ AK-47 Aquamarine Revenge FT, B/O: $72

AWP Fade FN, B/O: $1039

AWP Asiimov FT, B/O: $139

AWP Asiimov FT, B/O: $139

AWP Wildfire MW, B/O: $95



AWP Duality FN, B/O: $81

AWP Asiimov BS, B/O: $79

AWP Asiimov BS, B/O: $79

AWP Chromatic Aberration FN, B/O: $60

StatTrak™ AWP Hyper Beast FT, B/O: $68

StatTrak™ AWP Hyper Beast FT, B/O: $68

StatTrak™ AWP Electric Hive FT, B/O: $55

Desert Eagle Blaze FN, B/O: $623

Desert Eagle Emerald Jörmungandr FN, B/O: $241

Desert Eagle Cobalt Disruption FN, B/O: $81

Desert Eagle Cobalt Disruption FN, B/O: $81

Desert Eagle Cobalt Disruption FN, B/O: $81

Desert Eagle Printstream FT, B/O: $54

M4A1-S Blue Phosphor FN, B/O: $434

StatTrak™ M4A1-S Bright Water MW, B/O: $55

M4A4 Poseidon FN, B/O: $1465

M4A4 Asiimov BS, B/O: $55

M4A4 Hellfire MW, B/O: $50

USP-S Kill Confirmed MW, B/O: $72

USP-S Printstream FT, B/O: $69

StatTrak™ USP-S Kill Confirmed FT, B/O: $139

AUG Flame Jörmungandr FN, B/O: $234

P90 Run and Hide FT, B/O: $147

Five-SeveN Candy Apple FN, B/O: $61

Trade Offer Link - Steam Profile Link - My Inventory

Knives - Bowie Knife, Butterfly Knife, Falchion Knife, Flip Knife, Gut Knife, Huntsman Knife, M9 Bayonet, Bayonet, Karambit, Shadow Daggers, Stiletto Knife, Ursus Knife, Navaja Knife, Talon Knife, Classic Knife, Paracord Knife, Survival Knife, Nomad Knife, Skeleton Knife, Patterns - Gamma Doppler, Doppler (Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3, Phase 4, Black Pearl, Sapphire, Ruby, Emerald), Crimson Web, Lore, Fade, Ultraviolet, Night, Marble Fade (Fire & Ice, Fake FI), Case Hardened (Blue Gem), Autotronic, Slaughter, Black Laminate, Tiger Tooth, Boreal Forest, Scorched, Blue Steel, Vanilla, Damascus Steel, Forest DDPAT, Urban Masked, Freehand, Stained, Bright Water, Safari Mesh, Rust Coat, Gloves - Bloodhound Gloves (Charred, Snakebite, Guerrilla, Bronzed), Driver Gloves (Snow Leopard, King Snake, Crimson Weave, Imperial Plaid, Black Tie, Lunar Weave, Diamondback, Rezan the Red, Overtake, Queen Jaguar, Convoy, Racing Green), Hand Wraps (Cobalt Skulls, CAUTION!, Overprint, Slaughter, Leather, Giraffe, Badlands, Spruce DDPAT, Arboreal, Constrictor, Desert Shamagh, Duct Tape), Moto Gloves (Spearmint, POW!, Cool Mint, Smoke Out, Finish Line, Polygon, Blood Pressure, Turtle, Boom!, Eclipse, 3rd Commando Company, Transport), Specialist Gloves (Crimson Kimono, Tiger Strike, Emerald Web, Field Agent, Marble Fade, Fade, Foundation, Lt. Commander, Crimson Web, Mogul, Forest DDPAT, Buckshot), Sport Gloves (Pandora's Box, Superconductor, Hedge Maze, Vice, Amphibious, Slingshot, Omega, Arid, Big Game, Nocts, Scarlet Shamagh, Bronze Morph), Hydra Gloves (Case Hardened, Emerald, Rattler, Mangrove), Broken Fang Gloves (Jade, Yellow-banded, Unhinged, Needle Point), Pistols - P2000 (Wicked Sick, Ocean Foam, Fire Element, Amber Fade, Corticera, Chainmail, Imperial Dragon, Obsidian, Scorpion, Handgun, Acid Etched), USP-S (Printstream, Kill Confirmed, Whiteout, Road Rash, Owergrowth, The Traitor, Neo-Noir, Dark Water, Orion, Blueprint, Stainless, Caiman, Serum, Monster Mashup, Royal Blue, Ancient Visions, Cortex, Orange Anolis, Ticket To Hell, Black Lotus, Cyrex, Check Engine, Guardian, Purple DDPAT, Torque, Blood Tiger, Flashback, Business Class, Pathfinder, Para Green), Lead Conduit, Glock-18 (Umbral Rabbit, Fade, Candy Apple, Bullet Queen, Synth Leaf, Neo-Noir, Nuclear Garden, Dragon Tatto, Reactor, Pink DDPAT, Twilight Galaxy, Sand Dune, Groundwater, Blue Fissure, Snack Attack, Water Elemental, Brass, Wasteland Rebel, Vogue, Franklin, Royal Legion, Gamma Doppler, Weasel, Steel Disruption, Ironwork, Grinder, High Beam, Moonrise, Oxide Blaze, Bunsen Burner, Clear Polymer, Bunsen Burner, Night), P250 (Re.built, Nuclear Threat, Modern Hunter, Splash, Whiteout, Vino Primo, Mehndi, Asiimov, Visions, Undertow, Cartel, See Ya Later, Gunsmoke, Splash, Digital Architect, Muertos, Red Rock, Bengal Tiger, Crimson Kimono, Wingshot, Metallic DDPAT, Hive, Dark Filigree, Mint Kimono), Five-Seven (Neon Kimono, Berries And Cherries, Fall Hazard, Crimson Blossom, Hyper Beast, Nitro, Fairy Tale, Case Hardened, Copper Galaxy, Angry Mob, Monkey Business, Fowl Play, Anodized Gunmetal, Hot Shot, Retrobution, Boost Protocol), CZ75-Auto (Chalice, Crimson Web, Emerald Quartz, The Fuschia is Now, Nitro, Xiangliu, Yellow Jacket, Victoria, Poison Dart, Syndicate, Eco, Hexane, Pole, Tigris), Tec-9 (Rebel, Terrace, Nuclear Threat, Hades, Rust Leaf, Decimator, Blast From, Orange Murano, Toxic, Fuel Injector, Remote Control, Bamboo Forest, Isaac, Avalanche, Brother, Re-Entry, Blue Titanium, Bamboozle), R8 Revolver (Banana Cannon, Fade, Blaze, Crimson Web, Liama Cannon, Crazy 8, Reboot, Canal Spray, Night, Amber Fade), Desert Eagle (Blaze, Hand Cannon, Fennec Fox, Sunset Storm, Emerald Jörmungandr, Pilot, Hypnotic, Golden Koi, Printstream, Cobalt Disruption, Code Red, Ocean Drive, Midnight Storm, Kumicho Dragon, Crimson Web, Heirloom, Night Heist, Mecha Industries, Night, Conspiracy, Trigger Discipline, Naga, Directive, Light Rail), Dual Berettas (Flora Carnivora, Duelist, Cobra Strike, Black Limba, Emerald, Hemoglobin, Twin Turbo, Marina, Melondrama, Pyre, Retribution, Briar, Dezastre, Royal Consorts, Urban Shock, Dualing Dragons, Panther, Balance), Rifles - Galil (Aqua Terrace, Winter Forest, Chatterbox, Sugar Rush, Pheonix Blacklight, CAUTION!, Orange DDPAT, Cerberus, Dusk Ruins, Eco, Chromatic Aberration, Stone Cold, Tuxedo, Sandstorm, Shattered, Urban Rubble, Rocket Pop, Kami, Crimson Tsunami, Connexion), SCAR-20 (Fragments, Brass, Cyrex, Palm, Splash Jam, Cardiac, Emerald, Crimson Web, Magna Carta, Stone Mosaico, Bloodsport, Enforcer), AWP (Duality, Gungnir, Dragon Lore, Prince, Medusa, Desert Hydra, Fade, Lightning Strike, Oni Taiji, Silk Tiger, Graphite, Chromatic Aberration, Asiimov, Snake Camo, Boom, Containment Breach, Wildfire, Redline, Electric Hive, Hyper Beast, Neo-Noir, Man-o'-war, Pink DDPAT, Corticera, Sun in Leo, Elite Build, Fever Dream, Atheris, Mortis, PAW, Exoskeleton, Worm God, POP AWP, Phobos, Acheron, Pit Viper, Capillary, Safari Mesh), AK-47 (Head Shot, Wild Lotus, Gold Arabesque, X-Ray, Fire Serpent, Hydroponic, Panthera Onca, Case Hardened, Vulcan, Jet Set, Fuel Injector, Bloodsport, Nightwish, First Class, Neon Rider, Asiimov, Red Laminate, Aquamarine Revenge, The Empress, Wasteland Rebel, Jaguar, Black Laminate, Leet Museo, Neon Revolution, Redline, Frontside Misty, Predator, Legion of Anubis, Point Disarray, Orbit Mk01, Blue Laminate, Green Laminate, Emerald Pinstripe, Cartel, Phantom Disruptor, Jungle Spray, Safety Net, Rat Rod, Baroque Purple, Slate, Elite Build, Uncharted, Safari Mesh), FAMAS (Sundown, Prime Conspiracy, Afterimage, Commemoration, Dark Water, Spitfire, Pulse, Eye of Athena, Meltdown, Rapid Eye Move, Roll Cage, Styx, Mecha Industrie, Djinn, ZX Spectron, Valence, Neural Net, Night Borre, Hexne), M4A4 (Temukau, Howl, Poseidon, Asiimov, Daybreak, Hellfire, Zirka, Red DDPAT, Radiation Hazard, Modern Hunter, The Emperor, The Coalition, Bullet Rain, Cyber Security, X-Ray, Dark Blossom, Buzz Kill, In Living Color, Neo-Noir, Desolate Space, 龍王 (Dragon King), Royal Paladin, The Battlestar, Global Offensive, Tooth Fairy, Desert-Strike, Griffin, Evil Daimyo, Spider Lily, Converter), M4A1-S (Emphorosaur-S, Welcome to the Jungle, Imminent Danger, Knight, Hot Rod, Icarus Fell, Blue Phosphor, Printstream, Master Piece, Dark Water, Golden Coil, Bright Water, Player Two, Atomic Alloy, Guardian, Chantico's Fire, Hyper Beast, Mecha Industries, Cyrex, Control Panel, Moss Quartz, Nightmare, Decimator, Leaded Glass, Basilisk, Blood Tiger, Briefing, Night Terror, Nitro, VariCamo, Flashback), SG 553 (Cyberforce, Hazard Pay, Bulldozer, Integrale, Dragon Tech, Ultraviolet, Colony IV, Hypnotic, Cyrex, Candy Apple, Barricade, Pulse), SSG 08 (Death Strike, Sea Calico, Blood in the Water, Orange Filigree, Dragonfire, Big Iron, Bloodshot, Detour, Turbo Peek, Red Stone), AUG (Akihabara Accept, Flame Jörmungandr, Hot Rod, Midnight Lily, Sand Storm, Carved Jade, Wings, Anodized Navy, Death by Puppy, Torque, Bengal Tiger, Chameleon, Fleet Flock, Random Access, Momentum, Syd Mead, Stymphalian, Arctic Wolf, Aristocrat, Navy Murano), G3SG1 (Chronos, Violet Murano, Flux, Demeter, Orange Kimono, The Executioner, Green Apple, Arctic Polar Camo, Contractor), SMGs - P90 (Neoqueen, Astral Jörmungandr, Run and Hide, Emerald Dragon, Cold Blooded, Death by Kitty, Baroque Red, Vent Rush, Blind Spot, Asiimov, Trigon, Sunset Lily, Death Grip, Leather, Nostalgia, Fallout Warning, Tiger Pit, Schermatic, Virus, Shapewood, Glacier Mesh, Shallow Grave, Chopper, Desert Warfare), MAC-10 (Sakkaku, Hot Snakes, Copper Borre, Red Filigree, Gold Brick, Graven, Case Hardened, Stalker, Amber Fade, Neon Rider, Tatter, Curse, Propaganda, Nuclear Garden, Disco Tech, Toybox, Heat, Indigo), UMP-45 (Wild Child, Fade, Blaze, Day Lily, Minotaur's Labyrinth, Crime Scene, Caramel, Bone Pile, Momentum, Primal Saber), MP7 (Teal Blossom, Fade, Nemesis, Whiteout, Asterion, Bloosport, Abyssal Apparition, Full Stop, Special Delivery, Neon Ply, Asterion, Ocean Foam, Powercore, Scorched, Impire), PP-Bizon (Modern Hunter, Rust Coat, Forest Leaves, Antique, High Roller, Blue Streak, Seabird, Judgement of Anubis, Bamboo Print, Embargo, Chemical Green, Coblat Halftone, Fuel Rod, Photic Zone, Irradiated Alert, Carbon Fiber), MP9 (Featherweight, Wild Lily, Pandora's Box, Stained Glass, Bulldozer, Dark Age, Hot Rod, Hypnotic, Hydra, Rose Iron, Music Box, Setting Sun, Food Chain, Airlock, Mount Fuji, Starlight Protector, Ruby Poison Dart, Deadly Poison), MP5-SD (Liquidation, Oxide Oasis, Phosphor, Nitro, Agent, Autumn Twilly), Shotguns, Machineguns - Sawed-Off (Kiss♥Love, First Class, Orange DDPAT, Rust Coat, The Kraken, Devourer, Mosaico, Wasteland Princess, Bamboo Shadow, Copper, Serenity, Limelight, Apocalypto), XM1014 (Frost Borre, Ancient Lore, Red Leather, Elegant Vines, Banana Leaf, Jungle, Urban Perforated, Grassland, Blaze Orange, Heaven Guard, VariCamo Blue, Entombed, XOXO, Seasons, Tranquility, Bone Machine, Incinegator, Teclu Burner, Black Tie, Zombie Offensive, Watchdog), Nova (Baroque Orange, Hyper Beast, Green Apple, Antique, Modern Hunter, Walnut, Forest Leaves, Graphite, Blaze Orange, Rising Skull, Tempest, Bloomstick, Interlock, Quick Sand, Moon in Libra, Clean Polymer, Red Quartz, Toy Soldier), MAG-7 (Insomnia, Cinqueda, Counter Terrace, Prism Terrace, Memento, Chainmail, Hazard, Justice, Bulldozer, Silver, Core Breach, Firestarter, Praetorian, Heat, Hard Water, Monster Call, BI83 Spectrum, SWAG-7), M249 (Humidor, Shipping Forecast, Blizzard Marbleized, Downtown, Jungle DDPAT, Nebula Crusader, Impact Drill, Emerald Poison Dart), Negev (Mjölnir, Anodized Navy, Palm, Power Loader, Bratatat, CaliCamo, Phoenix Stencil, Infrastructure, Boroque Sand), Wear - Factory New (FN), Minimal Wear (MW), Field-Tested (FT), Well-Worn (WW), Battle-Scarred (BS), Stickers Holo/Foil/Gold - Katowice 2014, Krakow 2017, Howling Dawn, Katowice 2015, Crown, London 2018, Cologne 2014, Boston 2018, Atlanta 2017, Cluj-Napoca 2015, DreamHack 2014, King on the Field, Harp of War, Winged Difuser, Cologne 2016, Cologne 2015, MLG Columbus 2016, Katowice 2019, Berlin 2019, RMR 2020, Stockholm 2021, Antwerp 2022, Swag Foil, Flammable foil, Others - Souvenirs, Agents, Pins, Passes, Gifts, Music Kits, Cases, Keys, Capsules, Packages, Patches

Some items on the list may no longer be available or are still locked, visit My Inventory for more details.

Send a Trade Offer for fastest response. I consider all offers.

Add me for discuss if there is a serious offer that needs to be discussed.

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2023.06.05 02:37 TortoiseTT [Event] An Unexpected Encounter

Riverlands, Along the Kingsroad

Early in the 1st month, 161 AC

A light mist lay low over the Riverlands as the Royal party continued its travel from Maidenpool up north along the Kingsroad. It was a cool spring evening, just a few days travel from Lord Harroway's Town while the sun was beginning to set that the young prince held up his hand to halt the line of some hundred-odd men on the march.
"Here." He said to Ser Jon Mooton, white cloak draped upon the knight's shoulders. "We'll make camp here for the night, and continue in the morning. Packed and ready to go again by daybreak. There's little time to waste." And indeed the young man spoke true. Their mission was one that could no longer wait, not while the fire of rebellion burned throughout the kingdoms. They had a dragon's egg to hatch, and Goda Belmore knew how to do it. The journey to Strongsong would mean battles fought in the south without them until they returned, but when they did... the power of a dragon, even small as the newborn monster would be, would be enough to send the message to the rats who thought the time of House Targaryen was over. The Dragons lived, and would continue to rule over Westeros.
Before long, the men had begun to unpack their canvas, set up patrols and started establishing a perimeter around the camp. As they did so, one scout rushed up to the prince.
"Your Grace, a pair is already camped just in the woods there. A hedge knight, by the looks of it, with a squire." The runner spoke. "I can see them off the—" He began, only to be cut off with a wave of Daeron's hand. "Don't be silly Ser Corwyn, they arrived first, no?" He asked. "Only polite to greet him ourselves, not shoo them away like stray cats."
And so it was without much delay that the two camped off into the woods near the Kingsroad would be approached by a small group. At their head, a young man of eight-and-ten rode ahead, his left arm tied up in a black sling while his right held the reins of his steed. To either side of him a pair of knights. One was unmistakably wearing the arms and cloak of the Kingsguard, while the other wore a cloak mottled crimson and white.
"Good evening, Ser." Spoke Daeron as they approached.
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2023.06.05 02:35 Ragnurs_KL Fan theory: Amon Goeth (from the Schindler's List movie) and Andrew are the same person

Fan theory: Amon Goeth (from the Schindler's List movie) and Andrew are the same person
More than a theory, it is a fact with all the evidence Because after I show you the evidence
You'll know why it's so obvious that Nemlei (the creator of the game) was inspired by the antagonist of Stephen Spielberg's Schindler's List movie to create Andrew, but he wasn't just an inspiration, he actually made Andrew's character was like Amon Goeth himself but in his past, when he was a young man
First things first, the movie already uses a black and white style to show the whole story, and on the other hand the video game itself uses the same aesthetic, in black and white, which proves that Nemlei borrowed this style from the movie to use it and give a unique touch to the game, at the same time that it subliminally exposes that the history of Schindler's List and that of The Coffin of Andy and Leyley are totally linked
Surely they will say "but Andrew and Amon have different names" that is true but this is where Nemlei uses his wits again to hide the things that are in front of us, if we see, Andrew and Amon's name begins with the letter "A" and both contain the letter "N" another subliminal message that reveals the similarity of both, even in their last names, it is known that the last name Goeth is related to something gothic, dark, cruel, something that fits perfectly with Andrew, and on the other hand the surname Graves is relative to someone strong and serious, both surnames perfectly describe Andrew and Amon, therefore it is evident that Andrew's true full name would be: Amon Andrew Graves Goeth. And Ashley never calls him Amon because she probably doesn't like that name
In addition, in the scene where Amon checks his fingers, you can see that those fingers are practically the same as Andrew's
Well, we must take into account that Ashley and Andrew lived in a city governed by what seems to be a clear totalitarian and fascist government, therefore it is not very difficult to imagine that this government was Nazi Germany itself controlling its citizens, preventing them from leaving of the house, though the reason for this is unknown
Now, one of the most obvious proofs that proves my whole theory is the immense resemblance between Amon Goeth and Andrew, they both look alike, even in one of the scenes from Schindler's List where Amon is in the field of fire Plaszow turns his gaze in another direction after speaking with one of the prisoners, the enormous similarity between these two supposedly different individuals is revealed, now, as if there were no more evidence, there is the attitude of both, they are both very serious, strange Sometimes they laugh, although Amon does laugh in the movie, those occasions are very rare, not to mention that neither of them is remorseful about killing. However, one of the most surprising pieces of evidence that I could find in my arduous research was that the actor who plays Amon Goeth, Ralph Fiennes, has GREEN eyes in real life, just like... yes, you guessed it, just like Andrew, which only reinforces the FACT that Nemlei was inspired by Stephen Spielberg's work to create Andrew as a past in Amon's youth before serving in the SS, and included him in his video game
Something that, however, almost dismantles my theory is that Ashley does not appear on Schindler's List in any way, but I was delighted when I was able to find a solid explanation that would reconstruct the entire veracity of my theory. You see, although the game has not yet been continued and finished, it is not unreasonable to think that in the end one of the brothers will die, this can unfortunately be Ashley, how? I cannot answer that, but it is clear that he will die, which will cause Andrew to become mentally destabilized, and this mental destability would be demonstrated against the prisoners in Plaszow in the future. Also, possibly Ashley would be killed at the end of the game, which explains why Andrew, being Amon Goeth in the movie, is not capable of forgiving anyone.
Thank you very much if you read everything, this theory really cost me to do it, due to the little interest that has been had for this possibility, in any case I hope that this has at least changed the way you see both the game and the movie.
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2023.06.05 02:34 vjenkinsgo Why do I feel like black cashier's are more racist than white ones

Almost every time I interact with a black cashier or service worker they don't speak, they're annoyed and act like I'm a nuisance. But when they're with white people they're conversational, jovial, warm, comfortable. What's up with that? It's been like this for years.
Usually I get excited when I see a black cashier but now idk how to feel. I feel like it's probably some form of internalized racism. What are your thoughts on this?
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2023.06.05 02:33 Indie_0504 Raising mixed race children and where to live

I am white, my husband is black and we have two wonderful and young daughters. We currently live in an area that is very diverse, with many mixed race families. We chose this area because our hope was to raise our girls in an area where their mixed race was not something that set them apart, that they would see families that look like ours as normal, not an exception. We are considering moving to another part of the country where it is less diverse to be closer to family. By less diverse, it’s more like we are moving from an area that is nearly perfect for diversity to a place that is still diverse racially, but significantly less black people.
We are torn in what to do. If we stay, we have less support and will be far from family, but where we live would provide our daughters with a racially diverse environment. If we move, they would have (ideally) closer relationships with grandparents and family and a larger family support system, but again a less diverse neighborhood, meaning mostly white and Hispanic, very few black people.
I am again white, and while my husband is on board for moving, I just really want to make sure we are considering all the pros and cons and how it will impact our daughters. Their experience as mixed race children in the US will already present its own issues and I’m unsure if I want to move them in this beautiful bubble of diversity we currently are in or if it’s just naive since it’s not like the rest of the world they will have to live in regardless when they are older.
I would love to hear some insight from either parents in similar situations or from those who are mixed race.
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2023.06.05 02:31 ChillinInMyTaco SoCal LA area small business possibilities

I’m fortunate to have an office right now. I have equipment for my own small businesses that I’m considering renting out but I’d like to help out those who need it most and maybe find and link up some people with like interests and complementing needs to look out for and help each other.
I’m not sure exactly what would be wanted/ needed. Or what the arrangement would be exactly. I’m open to suggestions. Per my lease I have to be here the entire time a guest is present, basic cleanliness standards and reasonable and respectful noise rules are really the only restrictions.
I have a laser printer, laptop with Adobe suit, Cricut Maker, hat press, heat press, mini press, button maker, sewing supplies, needle point supplies, screen printing supplies, painting supplies, leather making supplies, beading supplies jewelry making supplies.
Tools including, drills, rotary tool, hand tools, circular saw, multi-tool, reciprocating saw, sander, router, etc. Some will need to be used at the park or after business hours in the parking lot.
I have and can get the extra attachments as needed to make anything the Cricut Maker 3 is capable of. I have vinyl, t-shirt making vinyl, sticker paper, laminate, color card stock, paper of different weight, etc.
I can offer some things at the clearance prices I pay for them and you can bring your own. We can also discuss your needs and to be able to put an order in together to make is cheaper at a bulk rate or such.
I’m also looking for a graphic designer to make a few graphics for me. Cannabis friendly artists please link your portfolios. You do not have to be local.
I also work in Neurofeedback and will need a new trainer soon. I’m looking to meet any nurses that may want to be on call for in home appointments. I’m looking for good heads. Those clients are a little high maintenance, think wealthy and neurodivergent. Uniform is scrubs with branded logo (I can put it on any type you like or a branded t-shirt and black joggers)
I’d also like to see how a group could shop collectively in bulk to save money and allow for higher cost things to be divided to allow a treat but at a lower price. For example use my Costco card buy the pre discussed list and then buy individually at the bulk price.
For anyone interested I’d like to find divers who can trade and sell me their scores. It’s sometimes impossible to save so much food from going to waste. I’m happy to buy/ trade direct from divers and divide as needs as well, open to ideas and suggestions. Ooo Maybe using the park grills to cook it all and serve to who shows up. We can charge a dollar to those who don’t contribute so those funds go to what wasn’t covered by diving and such. Time could be a little restrictive because of work schedules but I have kids (fiancés who live with her) who love to be at the park for hours and if anyone messages an “order” I can have a plate for them to pick up from me or someone closer to them after their shift.
I also have a gym membership that I can get guests in with. As long as you can be respectful and clean up after yourself appropriately we can meet there so you can get access to a shower and even work out. Bonus if you can motivate me to do some lifting and stretching lol I only go once or twice a week so maybe a few bucks a shower as well to make my time worth it. Let me know if that doesn’t sound fair and what does.
I’d like to meet at a park a few times before making any choices and arrangements. I’m thinking of BBQing at a park. Food on me and anything anyone would like to contribute. A chance to get to know each other in an informal way so everyone is more at ease and comfortable.
A little about me, I’m in my early 30s, grew up on a ranch in SoCal, said goodbye to my abusive parents and have been enjoying my sinful lesbian life style since/s My long term goal is to buy a ranch and set up a commune to do all of this and more to help people. Then teach those who are intreated to buy and run their own, creating a network of ranches and farms all over for houseless, vagabonds, car dwellers and travelers to take a break, make some repairs, and find some community.
I’m not the type to be fucked with. I will have no problem or second thought defending what is mine. I’m not an easy target so if you needed to read this move on to your next victim. I’m not them. The building has 24 hour security. I’m an easily well liked person. I’m friends with all and have their numbers. They will know when anyone is scheduled to be here and text and call to check in.
If you’re interested comment your ideas or intended use of space and a little about you. Please include, sex, age, job history, where you’re originally from, interests, etc. And answer the question, what are you proud of doing? There’s at least one thing even if it was brushing your teeth this morning or something from when you were a kid. I wanna hear about it. I won’t be responding to any messages. Comments only right now.
Stay safe out there 🤙🏻
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2023.06.05 02:30 BotchedRevolution H:List W: Apparel offers only (will bundle)

AA 25ffr 2* Gatling Laser
AA 25ffr 2* Gatling Gun
Bloodied 25ffr 2* Gatling Gun
Bloodied 25ffr 2* Ultracite Gatling Laser
TwoShot Explosive 2* .50 Cal
TwoShot 25ffr 2* Cryolator
Quad RAP 2* Fixer
Vamp RAP 2* Fixer
Asn Ex/50bs Railway
Asn Ex/15c Railway Asn 25ff15c Gamma Gun
Asn 50c/15fr Fixer
Asn 50c/25Ap Double Barrel Shotgun
Asn Ex/15fr Handmade
AA 50c/Movement Automatic Ultracite Laser Rifle
AA 25ff15fr Gamma Gun
AA Ex/90rw Railway
AA 25aim/15fr Napalmer
AA 25ff15fr Gatling Gun
AA 50c/50bs EPR (reflex, stock, stabilized automatic)
AA 25ff50dr Pepper Shaker
Aristo 25ff25Ap EPR (perfect mods and sights)
Bloodied 50LD/Stealth EPR (perfect mods and sights)
Bloodied 50c/25Ap .50 Cal
Bloodied 25ff50bs Gatling Plasma
Bloodied 25ff50bs Handmade
Bloodied 50LD/15c Railway
Bloodied Ex/90rw Railway
Bloodied Ex/25Ap Fixer
Bloodied 50c/25Ap Radium Rifle
Bloodied 25ff25Ap Railway
Beserk Ex/25Ap Handmade
Beserk Ex/25Ap Fixer
Exec 25ff15c Fixer
Exec 25ff15fr Harpoon Gun
Mutant 25ff15fr Lever Action Rifle
Mutant 25ff15c Gatling Gun
Quad 25ffmovement Fixer
Quad 25Aim/25Ap Cryolator
Quad Ex/25Ap Mini Gun
Quad 50c/25Ap .50 Cal
Quad 50vhc/15c Fixer
Quad 25ff90rw Mini Gun
Quad 50c/25Ap Combat Rifle
Quad 25ff25Ap Alien Blaster
Quad RAP/+1 P Railway
TS 25ff15fr .50 Cal
TS Ex/movement LMG
TS Ex/15fr Lever Action Rifle
TS RAP/90rw Cryolator
TS RAP/15fr Fixer
TS RAP/15fr Handmade
TS 25ffmovment LMG
TS 25Aim/50bs Napalmer
TS 50c/25Ap Fixer
TS 25Aim/90rw .50 Cal
TS RAP/25Ap EPR (Aligned Flamer, no sights)
TS Ex/90rw Black Powder Rifle (Legacy)
Vamp 25ff15fr Fixer
Vamp 25ff250dr .50 CAl
Vamp 25Aim/25Ap Gatling Gun
Vamp 25ffmovement LMG
Vamp Ex/15c Railway
Vamp Ex/15c Gatling Gun
Vamp 25ff15fr Mini Gun
Vamp RAP/25Ap Gauss rifle
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2023.06.05 02:30 YeetsInTheDictionary Identifying if card is a misprint, or not.

Identifying if card is a misprint, or not.
Recently pulled a Delphox V, and I noticed the collector numbers were offcenter. The white background is more to the right, while the numbers that are black are centered. Never really seen a misprint pulling, so needed some advice. Thanks!
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2023.06.05 02:30 Gallileighaa 2-6 panel comics!

I want to get back into comic making, but I currently don’t have ideas. Definitely starting small though. It will be black and white ink drawings, although I may choose to color on my own later. Luckily I can emulate any style of art.
Looking for funny, cute, interesting/quirky, horror, or action plots. Please also let me know what artistic visual style you’d like it in as well.
I’m aiming for doing 5 of them, and will let this post sit for an hour to accumulate enough ideas to start choosing. If chosen, I will comment reply and let you know!
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2023.06.05 02:26 cameo674 Shares as gifts

I am curious if any other parents have begun giving their older children shares as gifts? I am not talking about loads of money, because we are not retired. We still have roughly 5 more years to work.
My daughters are picky so eventually instead of buying them gifts that had to be returned by me because they were too busy, I started giving them gift cards. Unfortunately, the kids were spoiled by me, so they complained about that as a gift too, because it didn’t show that I took an interest in their interests. I admit that I don’t. So as of 2019, I now only gift them shares of stock or mutual funds. I only give them their shares gift in November and their Birthday and Christmas shares are given at the same exact time. My kids get shares equal to about $300 in total. I actually do the same for the nieces and nephews that are under 21 who would normally be given money equal to roughly $100 between their birthday and Christmas gifts.
The idea of gifting shares came about because when the kids were little and relatives gave them cash, I invested those cash gifts into a mutual fund that they were given control of when they graduated college. They were not told about the accounts until the kids left our tax return. I had originally planned on having them use that money to help pay for college, but decided it would be better used as a “you’re grown, time to move out” asset for them. The kids were very grateful for the send off mutual fund to the point that they have all kept them for an emergency fund. The oldest child regularly adds to hers. Not sure about the younger two.
Gifts to date were: 2019 was AAPL 2020 was QQQJ 2021 was QQQJ 2022 was VZ
I usually gift from something I already own, but base the gift on current pricing so in 2019 AAPL was at $112 a share so niece/nephews only got 1 share, but my kids got 2 or 3. My cost basis was something like $42 a share so I most likely could be considered cheap if they knew the cost basis. Cost basis pricing would also make it easier to decide what to gift, but I am cheap.
I haven’t figured out what to gift for 2023 yet. I am thinking I need to buy a lower price ETF or dividend producing share to gift to them so they can get more shares, but I don’t have one in mind. I was thinking MO which I own but would prefer something in the under $30 price point.
Does anyone have a recommendation?
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2023.06.05 02:23 amnesiac_22 [Flash][2010ish] 2D Stick Figure Game Where Guy is Cut in Half on Wire

Platform: Web. Might have been Miniclip, but the crudeness of the game tells me otherwise.
Genre: Crude Humor Stick Figure
Estimated Release Year: Could be anything, maybe 2005-2010?
Art Style: Very Simple Stick Figure Cartoon Style. Black and white.
Characters: Male stick figure on left, female stick figure on right
Notable Gameplay Elements: Point and click style. At some point, you could drop the guy on a wire over a hole. He would get split in half, which terrified 8 year old me. I think it showed red when he was cut in half. I seem to remember the girl saying the word "sexy" in some phrase in a text bubble.
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2023.06.05 02:21 Son_of_Ibadan CT - Black Chicken, White Chicken.

The user has the ability to use cursed energy to materialise luck as as shikigamis in the form of white chicken (good luck) and black chicken (bad luck) in their passive state, which can then be morphed into 'weapons', with good luck as a 'shield' and bad luck as a 'sword'. The materialisation of luck does not necessarily have to be a sword and shield per say, but good luck has to the user's defence (eg could also be an armour in a white aura) and bad luck has to be offence (eg spear, bow and arrow, boxing gloves, knuckle dusters, etc covered with dark purple aura). However, their primary forms are a white chicken (for good luck) and a black chicken (bad luck).
The effect of this in the battlefield is that any attack on the user will be absorbed by the 'shield' which will then create an opening for the 'sword' eg when encountering a cursed sorcerer, the user's good luck will allow them to deflect the attack and also gives the user the needed opening to use bad luck ie sword on the cursed sorcerer. Once the 'sword' pierces the target, the cursed sorcerer will be affected by their surrounding eg hit by a car, truck, fall over and break a bone or a concussion, etc.
However, to ensure that the 'shield' is always polished (ie good luck is never deplected) and the 'sword' is always sharpened (bad luck generation is not depleted) the user will have to steal luck from those around them by summoning his shikigami (black and white chicken) and making them roam free, and whoever they touch, the luck is stolen. In extreme cases, the user can kill the target and steal their residual luck instead.
Maximum Technique - A GAME OF CHANCE - The user using RCT can reverse the luck of those around them, controlling the traffic of luck in a 100m radius. This will greatly deplete the CE of the user and leave them in a vulnerable state when this is done unless a powerful RCT user is nearby.
Domain Expansion - WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE ROAD? - in the barrier, there are 2 roads intercrossing with eachother, and the user is at all four corners of the roads simultaneously watching the target. The target simply has to get to the other side of the 'road'' in order to survive the DE. However it is not that simple, as the user can throw bad luck in the way of the target. Thus, the target must dodge all incoming obstacles, which can range from a pot hole, a drunken driver to a piano falling from the sky. If the target gets hit by any of these, its a sure hit, and the target's luck is stolen along with a fragment of their CT eg if the target's CT was fire-based, fire would be an element in the use of the 'sword' in future fights. If the target manages to survive, their CE depletes greatly, and so does their good luck, making them vulnerable to attacks.
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2023.06.05 02:21 2PossumsInAHotTub It's a doozy, good luck if anyone wants to take a crack

me and a friend were going somewhere, and I was having a hard time figuring out where we were supposed to be going. essentially lost. we get on a slim gravel road and follow this road for a while until we come upon a black and white calf that's been hit by a car. we pull off the road, and I wait with the calf while nik goes to find who owns the cow to see if we can have it or at least let someone know it's there. I've been inspecting the cow, and it's still warm to the touch but definitely dead. its eyes have the glaze, and it's not breathing. nik has been gone a long time. I'm sitting in the grass near the cow but a ways away and a man comes up to me and asks what I'm doing and if I need help. I tell him about the cow and that I'm waiting for my friend. he seems confused and looks around. when I get up to show him the cow it's gone. there is a little blood on the street and show him and he says it must have gotten up and that I may have had something to do with it. he's looking at me weird and asks me to come to a place nearby and says he thinks my friend is there too. we get in my car and he gives me directions to a small community surrounded by a forest. it looks as though there used to be trees in some areas that may have died or been cut down. through the small tour i recieve i frequently find myself looking for pine trees but cant find any. i ask and he says they all died a few years ago and doesnt elaborate. we continue on. for a moment I am awestruck. the houses are beautiful. they're styled stone and greenery consistent with some style of architecture i have never seen. some houses are raised up as if waiting for a small flood and some are farther into the ground with recesses to reach the doors. in the middle of all these buildings is a medium sized tree, oak maybe, that has had stairs carved into it and the top branches trained to grow into a small platform. when you ascend the stairs you stand above the treeline of the lowest trees and looking up and the very very large oak trees that must be thousands of years old, there are entire scenes carved into them farther than you can ascertain details of this art. it's reminiscent of renaissance paintings in churches but far grander. there is incredible detail of people, events, wars. unions. it speaks of the history of these people. looking to my left I can see small etchings of a girl surrounded by wild animals that look just a little strange. she looks like me. I'm a little uncomfortable at this point but think it may be a coincidence. I come down from the platform to see the same man waiting with me along with a young couple he's brought over. they introduce themselves to me (I don't remember their names) and invite me inside the building behind this tree platform. it's a small dwelling filled with books and chairs and candles, like a library but it also has carvings, a fire place, and a mechanism to pour fresh water that's shaped like a mermaid. she sits in a tub filled with water and her tail is lifted up over her shoulder and drips water into her hand where her palms are outstretched a small bowl sits to get water. I look besides a bookshelf and my friend is there with a glass of water and looks happy to see me and be out of the heat. he says he's been waiting a while but these people were nice and he was confident they'd find you. I ask him about the calf and he says he hasn't seen it but that the people he talked to said not to worry, because their "one" had come. we're both confused. the woman gives me some water and begins to tell me about her culture. I can't remember a lot of the interworkings of the culture she discussed but I remember it being similar to pagans but without the image of violence associated with vikings. during this conversation the woman tells me a story, one they tell their children and write about in the books in this building some. every village has a different one but here her original name is Vassallah. she is reborn when she dies and sometimes it may take a few generations before she comes back. this particular group has been without a vassalah for 8 years and have been relying on mostly storage of food because their crops fail and calving season is very sparse. all the pine trees died, which she goes on to tell me is the tree they use to symbolize the flow of magic. she finds it interesting i inquored about pines with the fellow who brought me here. when there is no magic they die and with magic they sprout and flourish in the lowest canopy of trees. she goes on to tell me about their "vassallah" she has the ability to reanimate and is the chosen one of every group of these people to lead them in their rites and appoints people their roles. all thebhouses are designed the way they are to encourage the flow of magic depending on what tasks need to be done in them or who lives in them. thats why some are raised and some submerged. she says there are some in the trees nearby. she is the well of their magic and is trusted with the most important tasks. tending to sick animals and people, starting the gardens to ensure their fertility, and she helps the women bear children, she helps raise and teach children. around 10 women will be responsible for child birth in the community. the healthiest strongest and smartest women. they choose their husbands and when they are pregnant they go to this building behind the library one we're in. it's connected via a small stone trail covered in a vine canopy. it's a large house and every room connects. the woman says it's good to have accessibility to one another and resources in such a time. there is a mother similar fountain in this house but this one is a sea kelpie. My friend and the other men are still in the library discussing something else i didn't catch. this woman begins a conversation about how she hopes I stay because she knows the calf I sat with got up and went back to the pasture with its mother. the man that brought me here saw it happen while I was fiddling with the clover and flowers nearby. they think I'm their new appointed.
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2023.06.05 02:20 JohnWarrenDailey Full review of Prehistoric Planet

Follow-up to my last post:

An Attenborough documentary on dinosaurs with the same CGI that made The Jungle Book so lifelike? I couldn't think of a greater sell. But was it worth it? Would it give me the same sense of wonder that I felt when Walking with Dinosaurs came out 22 years earlier?

The first episode, "Coasts", is overall the strongest episode of season 1. Starting immediately with a swimming t-rex (Tyrannosaurus rex) leading his children to an island where he smelled a dead archelon (species unknown, as no Maastrichtian-age archelon was ever found in the fossil record), that first scene showed the promise of the show as a whole. Seeing CG baby t-rexes interacting with live-action baby turtles is both concerning (as sea turtles are currently endangered) and entertaining, as they are demonstrated pretty goofily. But after that, we are done with dinosaurs for the rest of the episode.

We cut to the one scene that, while endearing with a riveting soundtrack by power couple Anže Rozman and Kara Talve, does give me pause. The pterosaurs featured in that episode were based on bones so fragmentary that they couldn't be diagnosed. How can we be sure that Barbaridactylus was a member of the antlerwing family, Phosphatodraco a member of the simurgh family, or even Tethydraco a member of the pteranodon family? How do we even know what Alcione even looked like? Also, the score doesn't really match the slower, less urgent movements of the pterosaurs.

The next scene was described as "the sunken continent of Zealandia", which is a refresher to see the lost continent bearing recognition for a change. Here, a family of plesiosaurs (Tuarangisaurus keyesi) comes to the coast to gulp themselves on anti-buoyant rocks, while the males ceremoniously poke their long, heavy necks up to the surface, the only good moment in an otherwise generic sequence.

After a quick focus on coral, we get treated to a Hoffmann's mosasaur (Mosasaurus hoffmanni) relying on fish and shrimp to give him a good, proper scratch, only to be pushed out of turn by a younger male. This sequence sticks out to me because it shows mosasaurs being portrayed as animals, not as monsters to shadow Nigel Marven or kaijuified Blackfish bootlegs.

The next scene shows a dazzling, mesmerizing mating ceremony of ammonites ("scaphitids", they were called, but that doesn't determine specific species, as it was a very huge family). They glow in the dark and mate very particularly. If the male's flashes don't sync with those of the female, he'd be rejected. Complimenting this alien but still soothing scene is Rozman and Talve's equally alien and soothing score.

Back in Zealandia, we end with plesiosaur pod mentality, as the whole group defends a pregnant mother from a kaika taniwha (Kaikaifilu hervei). As with the previous plesiosaur scene, it wasn't a scene that I got too crazy about.

The next episode, "Deserts", isn't really as impactful as the Planet Earth episode of the same name, both in regards to execution and the musical score, and it was riddled with confusing scene decisions. The first scene demonstrates a lek of dreadnoughts (Dreadnoughtus schrani) acting like a combination of elephant seals and frigatebirds, right down to the pops on their necks. The score in that sequence is definitely memorable, as it (literally) highlights the weights that the males take to demonstrate their fitness to attract the gaggle of girls in the audience. Though I'm left wondering--did the upstart beat the veteran because he was stronger, or because he popped one of the veteran's neck balloons, as male frigatebirds would do to ditch the competish?

Once the sauropod show is over, we now move to what was presumed to be Nemegtia, but it was portrayed to be as dry as Djadochta, which leads to the next problem. While there was evidence of Maastrichtian-age velos in Central Asia, calling them "Velociraptor" is just wrong. I grew up watching Walking with Dinosaurs, which means I watched "Giant of the Skies", which featured Utahraptor in the wrong place at the wrong time. And while the American cut justifies this with a demonstration of a land bridge that connected North America to Europe, I don't know how much water that holds, and that doesn't seem to be relevant anyway, for the damage has already been done. So having in Velociraptor, a genus of velos that went extinct 71 million years ago, in Nemegtia, which was set 66 million years ago, is just a rehash of that previous mistake. In short, Prehistoric Planet has Utahraptor'd the Velociraptor. And besides, hasn't the picture of pack-hunting raptors already been discarded?

The next scene, the one with the Nemegtian mononych (Mononykus olecranus), is cute but not top-notch memorable, and its color choice is teetering way close to the point of plagiarism.

Afterwards, the brief but violent rains have created a watering hole in the middle of the desert, luring in dinosaurs and pterosaurs from miles around, including a wandering khan (Tarbosaurus bataar). The reason that scene is so low was that it was just a near-identical rotoscope of the Water Truce sequence from The Jungle Book, right down to the herbivores making a clearing for the khan.

Then we go high up to see more Barbaridactylus. This scene I wasn't aware was a problem until Unnatural History Channel brought it up in his video, but the females were shown to be oddly consensual towards the similar-looking sneaky males, who use their feminine appearances to sneak past the larger, more impressive males. This is a problem, apparently, because the more extreme the sexual dimorphism, the more likely the sneaky male will be rejected and therefore resort to assaulting the females.

The last scene is an interesting one, albeit one that suffered an unmemorable score in the soundtrack. Apparently, salty southern duckbills (Secernosaurus koerneri) can thrive on dunes of gypsum, but when rains hit the coast, they rely on both their tenacity and their know-how of the sky to get to more productive grazing. This scene stands out to me because I question why any large animal would choose to thrive on such a taxing environment. It'd make sense for an animal as small as the cryptile, the scrofa and the gryken from The Future is Wild, but not for a duckbill bigger than 16 feet long.

It is unanimously agreed upon that "Freshwater" is the weakest episode in the first season. Apart from the humpbacked false duckbill (Deinocheirus mirificus) getting a scratch in the swamps of a more accurate Nemegtia and the devil frog (Beelzebufo ampinga) making a snack out of a baby whacktooth (Masiaksaurus knoplferi), the habitat itself has been relegated to the backseat, which is why the mating scene of the t-rex and the laying magnificent simurgh (Quetzalcoatlus northropi) are on the C tier, good scenes that have been damaged by simply being in the wrong episode. Speaking of the latter, memes have popped up in which the faces of dinosaurs have been pasted over two shots of Monty Python and the Holy Grail, with either Masiakasaurus or the Planet Dinosaur model of Majungasaurus being Galahad and the Quetzalcoatlus being the French taunter ("What are you doing in Africa?" "MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS!") when, really, that meme is more applicable to Velociraptor being in the Maastrichtian. On that topic, not only is it STILL in the wrong time, there is another problem, one I didn't pay attention to until Unnatural History Channel brought it up on his video. Instead of showing audiences raptor prey restraint (or "RPR"), the storytellers relied instead on mountain cats to show the velos hunting the pterosaurs (species unknown). Like the Deserts episode, Planet Earth has a far stronger "Freshwater" episode.

"Ice Worlds" didn't excite me as much as "Spirits of the Ice Forest" did, which is a shame, because dinosaurs in the snow is a refresher by default. We start at Prince Creek, which I couldn't ask for a worse place to start because the cast list is very fragmentary. In the opening scene, a pack of raptors (species unknown, though modeled after the pitbull raptor), shadows a herd of ugrunaaluk (Edmontosaurus sp.) for a long-delayed meal. Again, the picture of raptors hunting in packs has been debunked for a very long time now. Why insist on resorting to old cliches?

The Ornithomimus scene (can't think of a vernacular for them), while the designs look cool and add distinction to overall character, is still just a rotoscope of the Adelie penguin sequence from "Frozen Planet". Next.

The sequence with the swanneck (Olorotitan arharensis) is even less impressive. Are horsetails really more nutritious than grass? If so, then why have grasslands been the dominant plains since the Miocene?

The reason the scene with the tro-o is relatively low on the tier list is that it should have been longer, because a dinosaur with the intellect of a fire hawk is a very interesting prospect. But the final scene was just too short and too bland to show off any real gold.

We have spent so much time in the north that I question the necessity of a quick detour to Antarctica, rendering the scene with the polar macahutiul (Antarctopelta oliveroi) my least favorite of the series.

The final scene demonstrates the predator-prey dynamic between the northern boss (Pachyrhinosaurus perotorum) and the nanook (Nanuqsaurus hoglundi). The scene is great, the score has some very rhythmic moments, but what puts it low on the B tier are the nanooks themselves. From a distance, they look as good as most of the others. But in closeup, they look kind of fake, especially when they're running. Which brings up to the next problem--the story is based on fossil footprints of different lines pointing in the same direction. But how do we know that those parallel tracks were made at the same time and not separated within hours, days or even weeks of each other? And while it is true that nanooks were smaller than t-rexes, their portrayals in the show were just too small. More recent consensus shows that one nanook could easily match a boss in size, if not overtop it.

"Forests" is an everywhere kind of episode. The opening scene with the austroposeidon (Austroposeidon magnificus) is not long enough to get me invested.

Then a herd of trikes (Triceratops, species unknown) visits a cave to visit a clay lick to neutralize the poisons from their plant food. But why clay? Why not salt? Herbivores can clearly deal with poisonous plants without problem, but plants lack sodium, which is why the elephants of Mount Elgon (the inspiration behind that scene) scrape the caves not for clay, but for salt.

This next scene has gotten everyone talking. A male minotaur (Carnotaurus sastrei) clears the stage to wave his arms around to impress an impossibly stoic female. Everything about that scene--from the choreography to the score--is very goofy, and that is what makes it work so well.

While it is nice to finally see the Pinocchio-rex (Qianzhousaurus sinensis) in the flesh, its hunt for bright blue corythoraptors (Corythoraptor jacobsi) is not a scene I'd be in a hurry to revisit.

The fire scene is oddly slow, the only memorable moment in the whole sequence being my first official introduction to Atrociraptor marshalli...literally just one short week before Jurassic World: Dominion predictably ruined it.

The scene with the baby Therizinosaurus is passable. While it is cute to imagine babies having a taste for honey, it just wasn't executed memorably.

The final scene, the one set on Hateg Island, slogs on in pace, with the greatest focus being a bunch of odd-looking baby zalmos (Zalmoxes robustus) running and hiding from the real star of the episode, the robust simurgh (Hatzegopteryx thambena), looking more proper than how it looked in Planet Dinosaur. One question, though--weren't pterosaur wings supposed to be rounded at the tip? Sure, they've got the hands pointing backwards, but the pointed wingtips is now believed to be an outdated picture.

So it goes without saying that years of watching a moderate quantity of Attenborough documentaries has made the watching experience of Prehistoric Planet, at least in comparison to the original Walking with Dinosaurs, a bit numb. The creature designs are good, the CGI has not faltered in its photorealism from The Jungle Book, and even the soundtrack has enough of a score to make it memorable. But it's the stories that amount to the overall numbness of the first season. They hadn't opened my eyes in the way that Walking with Dinosaurs did.

When season 2 was announced literally one year after season 1, I had my doubts. Planet Earth 2 came out literally a decade after the first Planet Earth, and the differences in filming technology and musical score clearly show that. Same for the 16 years that separate The Blue Planet from Blue Planet 2. Dynasties 2, by contrast, came way too soon after the first Dynasties, and the end result is sloppy, from the stories being set at the tedious start rather than at the steady prime to the score from the first Dynasties being reused so often that the only episode to have any new music was "Meerkat". So to find Prehistoric Planet 2 come out literally one year after Prehistoric Planet, I was concerned that it'd be as shorthanded as Dynasties 2 was. The opening episode, "Islands", kind of suffered that, but it thankfully wasn't as severe a problem.

The first segment of that episode struck me as odd because the adult zalmo looks weirdly identical to the baby model from last episode.

While it is cool to see the robust simurgh being expanded upon, I personally wish we'd stayed at Hateg Island, where they'd hunt the Transylvanian dwarf duckbill (Telmatosaurus transylvanicus) and not the funky combbill (Tethyshadros insularis).

One of season 1's most recurring complaints is "no crocodiles", which is pretty apt when you consider how diverse they were during the Cretaceous period. So to see the Malagasy armadillo (Simosuchus clarki) at all, let alone stand up against a mahjong (Majungasaurus crenatissimus), is one to remember for the ages.

This next scene is actually pretty interesting, in which we see Adalatherium, which wasn't a true mammal, but rather something hovering closely outside the taxonomic boundaries. It's a long sequence, which is just as well, because this is as new a clade to me now as the cynodont was when Walking with Dinosaurs came out.

As with in "Ice Worlds", a quick detour to Antarctica doesn't seem necessary to me, as the hunt between the Imperobator and the Morrosaurus feels more like a skim.

The last scene in the episode is my personal favorite, in which a male robust simugh stands on a sandbar to do whatever it takes to impress a mate.

"Badlands" stands out in that there are only two settings. The first one is the strongest because of how the Deccan Traps, long reputed to be the co-culprit to the fall of the dinosaur empire, has been repurposed into prime nesting estate for a herd of sauropods (Isisaurus colberti). The journey seems reckless, but volcanic sand is hot and toasty, something that a modern species of dinosaur, the megapode, also exploits as it lays its egg in the hot volcanic sand of the Solomons.

The next scene hasn't fixed on last year's problems, in which Velociraptor is still there and it still hasn't performed RPR--it just kicks an herbivore off a cliff, and that was that.

The nesting Corythoraptor scene didn't interest me, but what really bugged me was that the antagonist of that sequence was a kuru (Kuru kulla), a raptor who, like the pterosaurs on the "Coasts" episode, was based on incomplete, fragmentary specimens.

The sequence with the tarchias (Tarchia, species unknown), is a refreshing detour from the previous sequence because we have a better idea as to what they would have looked like. And to see them slog around for an oasis is a second highlight (next to the Deccan nursery).

This next scene has nothing new added from either "Time of the Titans" or "Alpha's Egg", in which a herd of baby sauropods gets picked on by larger predators on their way to the safety of the forest.

The majority of the "Freshwater" sequences I feel fit better in "Swamps". The same unnamed pterosaurs from "Freshwater" have reappeared, this time trying to fly past an approaching population of alligators (Shamosuchus djadochtaensis).

The next episode features a grizzly bear gathering of austroraptors (Austroraptor cabazai) hunting gar. It stands out as highly as it does because it shows a species of raptor that looks and acts differently from the usual velo or nych. Plus, we know many miles more about austroraptors than we do about Spinosaurus, so that is a relieving plus.

The devil frog stands out in this episode, and to see a grumpy male try to fight off a herd of goavambe (Rapetosaurus krausei) is humorous. It also deviates from the usual picture of "the frog that eats dinosaurs".

This next sequence I was very concerned the moment I saw it in the ads. Thanks to Jack Horner, the poorly-known family Pachycephalosauridae has been under very hot fire with the notion of bone sponginess being a taxonomically viable method of identification, which it really isn't because all amniotes have spongy bones in their teens. But very thankfully, this sequence does not resort to Hornerism. It shows that older males do get longer horns on the backs of their heads, not the other way around. Also, new evidence has shown that the domes may have been covered in shiny skin, so this has me asking--is the dome a boys-only trait? Could that dracorex (Pachycephalosaurus hogwartsia) skull that I saw at the Black Hills Museum just be a girl entering her sweet 16 when she died? Could those stygimoloch (Pachycephalosaurus spinifer) skulls just be those of high school footballers?

"Swamps" ended on a high note with a couple of t-rexes hunting an anatotitan (Edmontosaurus annectens) in the dark. One just walks to the duckbill, and the animal, in its panic, goes right in the direction of the other t-rex in hiding. This perfectly reflects the current understanding that t-rexes exchanged fast running for better walking. Now can we see some duckbills fighting back, please?

On May 26, The Little Mermaid came out in theaters. A day earlier, "Oceans" came out. If I were to choose, I'd stick to the latter, simply because we're treated to fresh new stories with a wider variety of mosasaurs and ammonites than any of the Walking with programs ever did. The scene with the hesperorns chasing bait fish only to have themselves be chased by bulldog fish (Xiphactinus) is a classic, but a good one. However, "X-fish"? What's wrong with "bulldog fish"? But the highlight, no doubt, is the final sequence, in which a Hoffmann's mosasaur killed a juvenile plesiosaur simply by ramming it great white style.

"Freshwater" was weak due to being sorely unfocused. "North America", by contrast, is even weaker for being too rushed. Also, the "scars make the man" narrative with the trikes bugs me the most. What justification is there for that?

This has been a very exhaustive review of Prehistoric Planet, and it's way too early for me to worry about a season 3 coming out, if there is going to be one.
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2023.06.05 02:19 mysexythrowaway32 Matched my black and Red pumps with white and red frilly socks

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2023.06.05 02:18 Digitalvisions__ In a world of color, there's a timeless allure in the simplicity of black and white

In a world of color, there's a timeless allure in the simplicity of black and white
With every shade and contrast, it unveils a story that transcends time and connects us to the essence of the human experience! #EmbracingSimplicity #TimelessElegance #CaptivatingDepth #MonochromaticBeauty #midjourneyart #midjourneycommunity #ai #AIart #midjourney #DigitalVisions
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2023.06.05 02:17 Amphibology777 Review new pink stilletos from Tajnaclub in partly transparent thin latex dress and black stockings

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2023.06.05 02:16 lakeside_annie Local 'Cars and Cones' meetup today.

Local 'Cars and Cones' meetup today.
Met another local TSX Sportwagon owner, and caught up with my former coworker and Volvo 850 T5R owner. Three wagons, together. Needed a photo! (Mines the stock white TSX Sportwagon.)
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2023.06.05 02:14 chilliwog 35 [M4F] #NYC/ Anywhere - I’m 6’4” and no I don’t play basketball [relationship]

Please be single. After a couple of messages I'd like to swap face pics. It's nice to put a face to the woman I'm chatting with. I’m looking for a friend or more and open to meeting up in the future. Here's a bit about me:
-Loves to travel
-Open to new things
-Gamer (mostly video games but board games are cool too!)
-Enjoy watching shows on Disney+/Netflix/Hulu especially Mandalorian and The Last of Us!
-Also likes cuddles and hanging out with special ladies! Physical details: 6’4" Short black hair, glasses, bearded, slender, White/Asian
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2023.06.05 02:14 Sandopito Meet baby kaiju

Meet baby kaiju
I thought he looked a little bit more badass in the black and white edit.
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2023.06.05 02:12 chilliwog 35 [M4F] #NYC/ Anywhere - Looking for a friend or more

Please be single. After a couple of messages I'd like to swap face pics. It's nice to put a face to the woman I'm chatting with. I’m looking for a friend or more and open to meeting up in the future. Here's a bit about me:
-Loves to travel
-Open to new things
-Gamer (mostly video games but board games are cool too!)
-Enjoy watching shows on Disney+/Netflix/Hulu especially Mandalorian and The Last of Us!
-Also likes cuddles and hanging out with special ladies! Physical details: 6’4" Short black hair, glasses, bearded, slender, White/Asian
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