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    [–] DnD mini, some assembly required Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in DnD

    Depends how it's breaking in my experience. One of my mini's shield arms fell off and it was easy to slot it back in that way.

    [–] I HAVE DONE IT! Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in PrequelMemes

    YOU have done it?!

    [–] Ninja fends off man who tries to attack him with a machete Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in nonononoyes

    Typically when someone slashes at you with a sword/knife/machete, or even throws a punch at you, you want to try and move to the side of "zero pressure." What this means is by dodging "towards" the attack, the attacker loses their ability to effectively attack you while you have him completely exposed and at your mercy.

    As opposed to if you dodged in the same direction of the slash, you're still pretty much right in front of the guy and there's nothing stopping him from trying to cut you again.

    [–] Which fictional character should NOT have "got the girl/guy?" Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Ehh. Anyone can crash a vehicle into someone to kill them. It takes a true mang to fight your way through a literal forest of thorns and then engage in melee combat with a fire breathing dragon.

    As an aside, that horse was brave af.

    [–] Wow Style Brewmaster Monastic Tradition (feedback?) Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in DnD

    First impressions:

    The fire breath is pretty underpowered. You could either give it the same damage, scaling, and range as a Gold Dragonborn's conic breath weapon or you can simply make it based off of your martial arts die. So at that level it's 2d4, then later it becomes 2d6, then 2d8, so on and so forth.

    I'm not sure I understand the purposes of Fortifying Brew. It's kind of like Bonus Action Blade Ward. Or like the Samurai Fighter's special ability just different.

    [–] In Pulp Ficton when vincent hears jules telling ezekiel , he pulls and cocks the pistol because vincent knows ezekiel is the last thing jules tell before killing someone Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 3 points ago in MovieDetails

    No one has talked to you yet about something very interesting when you combine coke and heroin.

    When you do them both, it's called a "speed ball." Cocaine gives you an energetic rush while heroin does the opposite and slows you down. So some people will combine the two drugs, the cocaine giving a big "up" to make the "down" of the heroin that much more emphasized and dramatic.

    That crazy up and down is dangerous too though because it is triggering two opposite regulatory bodily functions at the same time. This cases the user to "fall out." These effects are shown by what happens to Mia Wallace.

    From Wikipedia):

    Cocaine acts as a stimulant, whereas heroin/morphine acts as a depressant. Co-administration is meant to provide an intense rush of euphoria with a high that is supposed to combine the effects of both drugs, while hoping to reduce the negative effects, such as anxiety, hypertension, palpitations and other common side effects of stimulants and sedation/drowsiness from the depressant. While this is somewhat effective, as one drug (the CNS stimulant) triggers the sympathetic nervous system and the other (the CNS depressant) triggers the parasympathetic nervous system, the two systems that regulate the fight-or-flight and rest-and-digest responses, respectively, and simultaneous activity of the two pathways is what normally keeps one's body in natural homeostasis, there is an imperfect overlap in the effects of stimulants and depressants. Additionally, by suppressing the typical negative side-effects of the two drugs, the user may falsely believe they have a higher tolerance, or that they are less intoxicated than they actually are. This can cause users to misjudge the intake of one or both of the drugs, sometimes fatally.

    Because the stimulant effects of cocaine wear off far more quickly than the depressant effects of heroin or morphine, fatal respiratory depression often occurs when the full effects of a heroin or morphine overdosage are felt in isolation. Due to the countering effect of the cocaine, a fatally high opioid dose can be unwittingly administered without immediate incapacitation, thus providing a false sense of tolerance until it is too late. This form of delayed opioid overdose is believed to be the most common mechanism of death in speedball overdoses.

    [–] What are your favourite ideas for a landmass? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 2 points ago in DnD

    I want to respond again by saying I thought of this idea just because I love Castle in the Sky. I also love the idea of a place that is only accessible by airship as the rest of the continents in the world are normal ones that are land masses that break the surface of the ocean.

    The imagery of being on the deck of an airship and breaking through the clouds to see an enormous mountain floating even still above you despite you yourself being miles above the sea. You see the deep roots of trees coming through the bottom and waterfalls pouring off the sides as this earth towers over you. I just wanted to make a place that would take your breath away just at the sight of it.

    [–] What are your favourite ideas for a landmass? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in DnD

    It's a very high magic continent as you might guess. That first city is a place where many mages and magic users gather to investigate the arcane arts and make new discoveries. Like a city of futuristic science except it's magic instead of technology.

    [–] What are your favourite ideas for a landmass? Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 3 points ago in DnD

    Well, I have an entire continent that's basically Laputa. Except instead of one castle, it's just a giant America-sized land mass that floats miles over the ocean.

    It has such cities inhabiting it like this and this.

    [–] Which fictional character should NOT have "got the girl/guy?" Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 24 points ago in AskReddit

    Yeah but you can't blame the character for the author's decisions in this regard.

    [–] Passive player making plays! Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 1 points ago in DnD

    Yeah... Losing your thumbs basically means you can't work because you don't have the grip strength necessary.

    Losing even one of your toes basically means you can't walk properly either.

    Honestly, this is a worse punishment than just killing him.

    [–] Which fictional character should NOT have "got the girl/guy?" Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 19 points ago in AskReddit

    Also, can we talk about how he's the only Disney Prince to actually go out of his way to slay a motherfucking dragon!?

    Sure, the other ones beat the bad guys by like, tricking them into becoming a genie (Jafar is a dumbshit), or like, accidentally hanging a poacher. This guy actually kills a dragon for his sleeping beauty! And not out of some Toussaint "chivalrous glory," he does it because it's actually necessary!

    [–] Which fictional character should NOT have "got the girl/guy?" Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 10 points ago in AskReddit

    It's not called the "director's cut" for LOTR, it's referred to as the Extended Edition.

    [–] Which fictional character should NOT have "got the girl/guy?" Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 38 points ago in AskReddit

    And Gimli does treasure it. He does.

    He keeps it with him throughout the entire campaign during the War of the Ring and when he gets home, he has the strands set in quartz and truly immortalized simply out of beauty and appreciation.

    [–] Which fictional character should NOT have "got the girl/guy?" Cpt_Tsundere_Sharks 74 points ago in AskReddit

    She deliberately plays Edward and Jacob against one another to make them jealous then pouts and whines when they start fighting over her.

    Ehh... There's a lot of problems with the Twilight series but this isn't one of them. She never purposely plays them against each other, it just sort of happens. It's really more like the logical conclusion of when two angsty people are interested in the same angsty girl.

    You also can't blame the character of Jacob for imprinting on a baby. According to the laws of that universe, he didn't really get a say in the matter. You can really only blame Meyers for writing it.

    What's really weird about that franchise is that it has fascinating concepts and world building, but instead of choosing to explore any of that the author ties it all up in permanent teenage angst. A Native American tribe that has genes that mutate its members into giant wolves in times of danger? A Vatican of vampires?? A fucking American Vampire Civil War???

    Look at all this cool shit that you can talk about! But instead you get this conversation(video):

    "So then, Edward eats the baby out of her uterus... and everyone's okay with that???"

    "Well, just wait till the part where everyone's got superpowers, they stand around talking for 70 pages, and nobody fights. That's a great way to end a book series."