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    [–] Oh my gosh I just realized why rats drop humanity ScowlEasy 1 points ago in darksouls

    This is some of the dankest lore I've read in a long time

    [–] Is Dragonrend a much easier shout to learn for men than other shouts? ScowlEasy 6 points ago in teslore

    Maybe. Yes, being mortal is kind of a requirement for using the shout; however dragonrend is unique because it was created by the nordic heroes pouring all of their anger and hatred towards dragons into one shout.

    To use a shout, you need to understand it at the most fundamental level of your being; being able to use the Thuum requires a crazy amount of discipline and training. Most people probably wouldn't have the capacity to be able to use something like that.

    [–] [Avengers: Infinity War] (Spoilers) Could Thanos just... ScowlEasy 2 points ago in AskScienceFiction

    Seeing as how souls in the MCU could potentially be a real, tangible thing; then no it wouldn't "be" Gamora. To some random passerby they might not be able to tell the difference, but to anyone that knows her my guess would be that something would just feel "off" about her, like she doesn't "feel like the real Gamora" or something.

    [–] [MCU] How did Thanos know what he could do with all the infinity stones. ScowlEasy 3 points ago in AskScienceFiction

    It's literally 'ancient knowledge' that the Mad Titan controlled for potentially hundreds of years,

    You know how Dr. Strange viewed millions and millions of futures and only saw one where the avengers win? That's why. Having the mind stone is like having access to a near infinite amount of "processing power" for your brain. Frankly, I'm surprised Strange even found a situation where they could actually win.

    [–] Today. ScowlEasy 2 points ago in thanosdidnothingwrong

    Agreed.

    [–] [Spoilers] Returning to Lordran, new thoughts on New Londo, The Prophecy, and the re-kindling of the flame ScowlEasy 2 points ago in darksouls

    Well, I think he is, and basically the reason he didn't appear after one bell was because he slept through his alarm.

    Frampt lives deep underground, the bell in the parish is nowhere near loud enough to wake him up. That's why Quelaag's bell is the one that actually wakes him, because it's deep enough for him to hear it.

    [–] Pvp is so depressing ScowlEasy 1 points ago in darksouls

    Dragon covenant. Dragonbro fights are always 1on1 as you can't summon them if you have other phantoms with you

    [–] How is there hope that the falmer could shed their hatred and worship Auri-el once more like Gelebor says? ScowlEasy 3 points ago in teslore

    sentient beings such as giants and goblins that are considered to have 'white' souls

    One could argue that Giants are more civilized than the falmer, seeing as how they have their own language and the nords can give them cows as some sort of peace offering.

    The falmer can use magic though, which makes things more complicated.

    [–] How is there hope that the falmer could shed their hatred and worship Auri-el once more like Gelebor says? ScowlEasy 16 points ago in teslore

    A Falmer Apocalypse could fit the bill.

    The Falmer in Blackreach somehow have human thralls that are enslaved to them. Do that on a large enough scale, and you've got another civil war.

    [–] The Elder Scrolls VI Megathread ScowlEasy 1 points ago in teslore

    Akavir

    mystery

    (☞゚∀゚)☞

    [–] Comic 3760: Self Reflection ScowlEasy 4 points ago in questionablecontent

    Even melon missed it, and she's the one that's living it.

    [–] PSA: Fastest way to level each skill ScowlEasy 1 points ago in skyrim

    Seconded. Get the steed stone and a companion, you'll be smithing hundreds of bows in no time.

    [–] [Marvel] Somehow I managed to kill Galactus. Why is everyone freaking out? ScowlEasy 40 points ago in AskScienceFiction

    I love how Galactus' secret job is to be the barometer to tell how crazy things are. Like, any time someone wants to show that they're an actual threat and should be taken seriously, the first thing they'll do is defeat/kill Galactus.

    [–] Comic 3739: Confrontation ScowlEasy 12 points ago in questionablecontent

    what Angus has been up to, Martin's gay dads, Hanners' Whacky Adventures, Pintsize one-shots

    okay that doesn't actually sound that bad

    and a half weeks of Melon.

    kill me now

    [–] Magic ScowlEasy 1 points ago in teslore

    Besides, getting to that level of magic could potentially take hundreds of years; which is something most people aren't going to do.

    [–] Comic 3734: 440hz ScowlEasy 4 points ago in questionablecontent

    Seriously, haven't we seen Marten at work like a total of three times?

    [–] What single habit is most helpful for "getting your life together"? ScowlEasy 23 points ago in AskReddit

    Technically cheating because it's like five skills in one, but critical thinking.

    Being able to effectively observe, analyze, reflect and apply knowledge/experience will have huge effects on your ability to improve yourself. Improving your "ability to get better at things" is kind of like some secret "X factor" because it affects literally everything you do; from things like time management or communication to even just regular everyday hobbies.

    [–] The Promised Neverland Chapter 85 ScowlEasy 1 points ago in thepromisedneverland

    Especially since they can regenerate from almost anything if their "core" is intact. Why Demons don't/cant/shouldn't eat other demons might be a very interesting plot point later

    [–] The Promised Neverland Chapter 85 ScowlEasy 7 points ago in thepromisedneverland

    Initially it looks like Paula got insta-killed with the spear going through her neck/head; but with the later panels of her slumped against the tree it seems like the spear just clipped her shoulder. Either way that page was brutal.

    [–] Why are there so many daedric artifacts in Skyrim? ScowlEasy 45 points ago in teslore

    Seriously, The Last Dragonborn and Aldiun, the world eater himself show up at the same time? That's not a once-in-a-lifetime event; that's a once-in-the-history-of-everything event. You can bet your ass the deadra are gonna want to be involved in that.

    [–] At 8pm Flash is coming to kill you, but each time you die, you wake up again at 6am and get to start the day over. Do you think you can win after a finite number of iterations? ScowlEasy 1 points ago in whowouldwin

    Some of his nemeses are supposed to be next level geniuses aren't they?

    They are; however most of them aren't true evil to the core. Most of them have kind of agreed to not commit crimes that are too heinous; no killing children, excessive destruction etc. T

    However, even the most evil supervilain has to realize that holy shit the flash can run at the speed of light. Pissing him off is not something a smart person would do .

    [–] At 8pm Flash is coming to kill you, but each time you die, you wake up again at 6am and get to start the day over. Do you think you can win after a finite number of iterations? ScowlEasy 4 points ago in whowouldwin

    It wasn't even the speedforce either lol. He did it by "vibrating his feet in such a way as to create extreme localized updrafts... attracting enough ice crystals to run on... for a very short time!"

    ...which somehow makes even less sense to me.