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2021.03.11 12:50 sayy_yes StarWarsImperial

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2016.09.24 05:05 JediPaxis Star Wars Tattoo: I find your lack of ink disturbing...

Do you have a full back tattoo of Darth Vader? Are the dark side and the light side your right and left sleeves? Is the Imperial Cog or Rebellion Firebird emblazoned on your shoulder? Is the force no match for a good blaster on your side? Did you get Ric Olié done on your calf before you saw The Phantom Menace? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this is the place for you! Come and share your unique Star Wars tattoos with the world!

2011.07.01 17:57 avsa Ask Science Fiction

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2023.06.07 04:29 drerw Does Star Wars have a happy ending?

I’ve never been a fan of Star Wars but Fallen Order and Jedi Survivor are such good stories and games. I know there are some serious Star Wars lovers here so if anyone wants to fill me in on the story feel free. These games are really getting me into it. I’ve always gotten such a sense of hopelessness from it and not sure if there’s an actual resolution.
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2023.06.07 04:29 ddaveyy [USA-CA] [H] Various games for the following consoles: Gamecube, Gameboy, GBA, SNES, Nintendo 64, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PS1, PS2, PS3, PSP, Sega Genesis, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. As well as various consoles, Amiibos, accessories and game manuals. [W] Paypal, Venmo, Cashapp, Etc.

Hey everyone!! Back with a new and updated post. These prices are WITHOUT shipping. I will provide a quote for you, but it usually isn't more than $6 unless the items won't fit in a regular bubble mailer.
Everything has been personally tested by me and is confirmed to be fully functional. I can provide pictures upon request. I tried to stay below pricecharting, if I'm off on any of my prices, I'm more than open to offers!
PLEASE NOTE: I am open to ALL offers. The worst I can say is no!
Here's everything I'm currently selling:

SNES Samurai Shodown $9 Loose, in roughish condition.

Nintendo 64 Turok 2 Seeds of Evil (Gray cart) $10 Loose.
Nintendo 64 WWF Wrestlemania 2000 $14 Loose.

Gamecube All-Star Baseball 2002 $3 Loose.
Gamecube ATV Quad Power Racing 2 $8 Loose.
Gamecube Bionicle $5 Loose.
Gamecube Chronicles of Narnia $5 Loose.
Gamecube City Racer $41 CIB.
Gamecube Disney Sports Skateboarding $20 Game, case, and original artwork only.
Gamecube Hunter The Reckoning $12 Loose.
Gamecube King Kong $9 Loose.
Gamecube Namco Museum 50th Anniversary $12 Loose.
Gamecube Sonic Adventure DX $30 Original case, cover art, and game.
Gamecube Super Mario Strikers $62 CIB.
Gamecube Spongebob Creature From Krusty Krab $17 CIB.
Gamecube Viewtiful Joe Red Hot Rumble $90 Sealed. Some damage on the backside label. Please inquire for pics.
Gamecube Whirl Tour $8 Missing manual.

Wii Bass Pro Shops: The Hunt $2 Disc and box, no accessories.
Wii Bass Pro Shops: The Strike $2 Disc and box, no accessories.
Wii Big Buck Hunter Pro $10 CIB game and gun accessory, no big box. Shipping will be around $10.
Wii Black Eyed Peas Experience $2 CIB.
Wii Cabela's Dangerous Hunts 2011 $2 CIB.
Wii DJ Hero 2 $2 Disc and box.
Wii EA Sports Active 2 $2 Disc in box, no other accessories.
Wii EA Sports NFL Training Camp $2 Disc in box, no other accessories.
Wii Epic Mickey 2 $15 Sealed.
Wii Link's Crossbow Training $5 Included pouch that would come with Wii console.
Wii MLB Superstars $4 Disc and box.
Wii Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 $12 CIB.
Wii NASCAR The Game 2011 $5 Disc and box.
Wii Need for Speed Prostreet $4 Disc and box.
Wii New Super Mario Bros. Wii $18 Loose.
Wii Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 $3 Disc in box.
Wii Red Steel $3 Disc in box.
Wii Tony Hawk Ride $2 Disc in box, no skateboard.
Wii We Love Golf! $7 CIB.Wii Wii Play $4 Loose.

Gameboy Batman The Video Game $18 Loose.
Gameboy Advance 007 Everything or Nothing $10 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Activision Anthology $21 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Avatar The Burning Earth $13 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Batman Begins $9 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Bratz $1 Loose, has no label.
Gameboy Advance Crash of the Titans $10 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Elf Bowling 1 & 2 $16 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Family Feud $5 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Fantastic 4 $6 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Finding Nemo $6 Loose.
Gameboy Advance GT3 Advance Pro Concept Racing $12 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Klonoa Empire of Dreams $41 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Madden 2003 $3 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Monster Force $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Mouse Trap/Operation/Simon $5 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Namco Museum $3 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Namco Museum 50th Anniversary $10 Loose.
Gameboy Advance NFL Blitz 2003 $8 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Nicktoons Freeze Frame Frenzy $5 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Nicktoons Freeze Frame Frenzy and Spongebob Squarepants Battle for Bikini Bottom Dual Cart $4 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Pirates of the Caribbean The Curse of the Black Pearl $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Scooby Doo $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Snood $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Spongebob's Atlantis Squarepantis $7 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Spongebob Squarepants Movie $10 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Sudoku Fever $4 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Texas Hold Em Poker $3 Loose.
Gameboy Advance That's So Raven $6 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Treasure Planet $9 Loose.
Gameboy Advance Ultimate Card Games $6 Loose.

Nintendo DS Band Hero $12 CIB.
Nintendo DS Big Brain Academy $4 Loose.
Nintendo DS Bleach The Blade of Fate $12 Loose.
Nintendo DS Brain Age $4 CIB.
Nintendo DS Charlotte's Web $4 Loose.
Nintendo DS Coraline (Have two copies) $70 Both CIB.
Nintendo DS Contact $28 Loose.
Nintendo DS Dragon Ball Z Supersonic Warriors 2 $20 Loose.
Nintendo DS Dynasty Warriors DS Fighters Battle $10 Loose.
Nintendo DS Guitar Hero On Tour (Have two copies) $3 Both loose.
Nintendo DS Hannah Montana $4 Loose.
Nintendo DS Harvest Moon DS $20 Missing manual, otherwise cib.
Nintendo DS Imagine Babyz $3 Loose.
Nintendo DS Inuyasha Secret of the Divine Jewel $55 Loose.
Nintendo DS Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues $7 CIB.
Nintendo DS Madden 06 $4 Loose.
Nintendo DS Mario&Luigi Partners in Time $61 CIB.
Nintendo DS Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games (Have two copies) $8/$11 One copy loose, one cib.
Nintendo DS Metroid Prime Hunters First Hunt $8 Loose.
Nintendo DS Nicktoons Unite $9 Loose.
Nintendo DS Petz Catz 2 $3 Loose.
Nintendo DS Ratatouille $8 Loose.
Nintendo DS Scrabble $7 CIB.
Nintendo DS The Simpsons Game $14 Loose.
Nintendo DS Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor $50 CIB.
Nintendo DS Skate It $9 CIB.
Nintendo DS Sonic Colors $8 Loose.
Nintendo DS Sonic Rush $13 Loose.
Nintendo DS Suite Life of Zack & Cody Tipton Trouble $6 Loose.
Nintendo DS Super Monkey Ball Touch & Roll $9 CIB.
Nintendo DS Tetris Party Deluxe (Have two copies) $9/$4 Both copies loose, one missing it's sticker.
Nintendo DS The Amazing Spider-Man $10 CIB.
Nintendo DS The Sims 2 Pets $5 Loose.
Nintendo DS Tom and Jerry Tales $8 Loose.
Nintendo DS Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam $6 Loose.
Nintendo DS Wipeout The Game $4 CIB.

Nintendo DS Cooking Mama $1
Nintendo DS Jump Super Stars $1 Japanese version box and manual.
Nintendo DS Scribblenauts $1

Nintendo 3DS Fire Emblem Awakening $36 CIB.
Nintendo 3DS Fire Emblem Shadows of Valentia $33 CIB.
Nintendo 3DS Luigi's Mansion $40 Loose.
Nintendo 3DS Madden NFL Football $15 CIB.
Nintendo 3DS Pokemon Ultra Moon $35 CIB.
Nintendo 3DS Pokemon X $35 CIB.
Nintendo 3DS Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers $41 Loose.
Nintendo 3DS Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS $11 CIB.

Nintendo Switch Bioshock The Collection $21 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Diofield Chronicle $35 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Diablo III Eternal Collection $22 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Dragon Ball: The Breakers $13 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Fire Emblem: Three Houses $32 CIB.
Nintendo Switch Moonlighter $15 Loose in gamestop box.
Nintendo Switch My Friend Pedro $20 Loose in gamestop box.
Nintendo Switch Supermarket Shriek $18 Sealed.
Nintendo Switch Tandem A Tale Of Shadows $28 Sealed.
Nintendo Switch Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes $25 Loose in gamestop box.

Sega Genesis Frogger $10 Loose in original case (no artwork.)
Sega Genesis Monopoly $7 Original case, artwork, and cartridge.
Sega Genesis Vectorman $10 Loose in original case (no artwork.)

PS1 Army Men Air Attack (Collector's Edition) $8 CIB, jewel case is broken.
PS1 Big Game Hunter Ultimate Challenge $5 Missing front page/manual.
PS1 Billiards $4 CIB. Jewel case is broken and cracked.
PS1 Bravo Air Race $12 CIB.
PS1 Cool Boarders 2 $3 Loose.
PS1 Command and Conquer Red Alert Retaliation $15 Missing manual.
PS1 Crossroad Crisis $7 CIB.
PS1 CyberTiger $7 CIB.
PS1 Dukes of Hazzard Racing For Home $9 CIB.
PS1 Final Fantasy Chronicles $18 Missing manual. Greatest hits.
PS1 Harvest Moon Back to Nature $50 CIB.
PS1 Jade Cocoon Demo Disc $10 Loose in sleeve.
PS1 Interactive CD Sampler Disc Volume 9 $10 CIB in it's sleeve.
PS1 Knockout Kings 2001 $7 CIB. Jewel case is broken.
PS1 Madden 98 $5 Loose.
PS1 Nascar Rumble $13 CIB.
PS1 NBA Shoot Out $5 Loose.
PS1 NCAA Football 2001 $10 CIB.
PS1 NBA Live 98 $4 Loose.
PS1 NHL 99 $4 CIB, jewel case is broken.
PS1 NHL Face Off 99 $5 CIB, jewel case is cracked.
PS1 NHL Face Off $4 Loose.
PS1 NHL 2000 $4 CIB, jewel case is broken.
PS1 Rally Cross 2 $6 CIB, jewel case is cracked and broken.
PS1 Raystorm $35 Loose.
PS1 Sesame Street Sports $8 CIB.
PS1 Sim Theme Park $6 Missing manual/front page.
PS1 Spongebob Squarepants Super Sponge $8 CIB, greatest hits.
PS1 Tetris Plus $6 CIB, jewel case is cracked.
PS1 Tiger Woods '99 $7 CIB.
PS1 Triple Play 99 $2 Loose.
PS1 Vigilante 8 $10 Loose.
PS1 WWF Smackdown $10 Missing manual/cover page.
PS1 WWF Warzone (Have two copies) $6/$4 One copy loose, one copy CIB.

PS2 Def Jam Vendetta $22 Loose.
PS2 Enter the Matrix $10 CIB.
PS2 Ever Grace $20 CIB.
PS2 Grand Theft Auto III $5 Loose.
PS2 Hunter The Reckoning Wayward $6 Loose.
PS2 IHRA Professional Drag Racing 2005 $4 Loose.
PS2 Justice League Heroes $11 CIB.
PS2 Medal of Honor Frontline $4 CIB.
PS2 Naruto Ultimate Collection $110 Sealed! Please inquire for pics. Really cool collector's game.
PS2 Nightshade $28 Loose.
PS2 Onimusha Blade Warriors $9 Loose.
PS2 Playstation Underground Jampack $4 Loose.
PS2 R-Type Final $17 Loose.
PS2 Rygar $7 Loose.
PS2 Shinobi $11 Loose.
PS2 Spiderman $9 CIB.
PS2 Spongebob Squarepants Battle for Bikini Bottom $12 CIB.
PS2 Tetris Worlds $6 CIB.
PS2 The Thing $42 CIB.
PS2 Thunder Strike: Operation Phoenix $6 CIB.
PS2 CASE & MANUAL Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 2 $10 Case and manual only.

PS3 The Last Of Us $20 CIB.
PS3 NBA 2k18 $10 Loose.

PSP Dissidia Final Fantasy $9 Loose.
PSP Final Fantasy Tactics: THe War of the Lions $17 Loose.
PSP G-Force $3 Missing manual.
PSP Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 $8 CIB.
PSP Ghostbusters The Video Game $11 Loose in gamestop box.
PSP Ghost Rider $12 Loose in gamestop box.
PSP God of War Chains of Olympus $16 Loose.
PSP Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom $15 UMD, case and original artwork only.
PSP Killzone Liberations $6 Loose.
PSP Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars $12 CIB.
PSP LocoRoco $4 Loose.
PSP Madden NFL 12 $20 CIB.
PSP Madden 2007 $5 CIB.
PSP Madden 2008 $5 CIB.
PSP Medal of Honor Heroes 2 $10 CIB.
PSP Monster Hunter Freedom $18 Missing manual.
PSP MX vs ATV: Reflex $5 Loose in gamestop box.
PSP NBA 10 The Inside $6 CIB.
PSP NBA Live 2007 $5 CIB.
PSP Neopets Petpet Adventures The Wand of Wishing $7 Loose.
PSP SNK Arcade Classics Volume 1 $14 Loose.
PSP Socom U.S. Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo $4 CIB.
PSP Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas $7 CIB.
PSP Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's Tag Force 5 $30 Box, UMD, and original artwork only.

Xbox Doom 3 $10 CIB.
Xbox Evil Dead Fistful of Boomstick $20 Box, disc, and original artwork only.
Xbox Metal Slug 3 $20 CIB.
Xbox Soul Calibur II $10 CIB

Xbox 360 Call of Duty Black Ops $12 CIB.
Xbox 360 Dragon's Dogma $5 CIB.
Xbox 360 Forza Horizon $17 CIB.
Xbox 360 Killer is Dead $20 Missing manual, otherwise CIB. Special Edition.
Xbox 360 NCAA Football 12 $16 CIB.
Xbox 360 NCAA Football 13 $25 CIB.

Xbox One Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited $3 CIB.
Xbox One Rock Band 4 (Have two copies) $15 ea Both CIB.
Xbox One Titanfall $3 CIB.
Xbox One Rainbow Six Siege $3 Loose.

PC Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight $8 Comes with manual in original case.

Gameboy Batman Forever $10 Good.
Gameboy Boxxle II $20 Good.
Gameboy Tetris $4 Good.
Gameboy Advance Activision Anthology $10 Good.
Nintendo 64 007 GoldenEye $6 Good.
Nintendo 64 Mission Impossible $5 Good.
Nintendo 64 Mortal Kombat 4 $10 Good.
Nintendo 64 NBA Hang Time $6 Good.
Nintendo 64 Super Mario 64 $10 Good.
Nintendo 64 Super Smash Bros $12 Good.
Nintendo 64 Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey $5 Good.

Blue Yarn Yoshi Good $15 Loose.
Chibi-Robo Good $10 Loose.
Green Yarn Yoshi Good $15 Loose.
Link Good $25 Loose, smash bros.
Waddle Dee Good $13 Loose.

Poke Ball Plus $55 Loose, in good condition. No Mew.
OEM Nintendo Gameboy Mini Backpack $20 Cool little OEM nintendo collectible. Blue color, in good condition.
Club Nintendo Luigi Hat DS Carry Case Bag Pouch $20 Good condition, cool Luigi collectible.
Gameshark Pro 3.3 for Nintendo 64 $30 Loose.
3rd party Gamecube memory cards $5 3rd party memory cards.
OEM Gamecube Controllers $35 each. Have four available, one black, two indigo, and one indigo/clear, all have nice and tight sticks.
OEM Gameboy Four Player Adapter $15 Loose in good condition.
OEM Nintendo 64 Controller $20 Green controller, nice and tight stick.
OEM Nintendo 64 Controller Pak $30 CIB, box in okay condition.
OEM PS1 Controller $15 One PS One controller available.
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2023.06.07 04:29 PrettyFlyWhiteGuy22 How’s this look aesthetically? Help?

How’s this look aesthetically? Help?
Let’s just focus on the black bookshelf for now.
I apologize for bombarding this community with posts, but I’ve recently gotten back into collecting and have been wanting to show off.
I’m an avid book readecollector also, and have turned my sun room into a makeshift library/collection room.
I don’t mind the room being cluttered with furniture so much, as I’m wanting plenty of space to store everything. However, I don’t want for each piece of furniture to seem “too” cluttered individually.
So that being said, focusing on the black bookshelf, how does this look aesthetically? Should I add more books? More figures/statues? If you’re bored you can look at my past posts in this community as well as the DragonBallSuper community to see various zords/figures I have to swap out with (again, only if you’re bored, I know that’s a hassle).
Thanks in advance for any advice! I’m not very seasoned on the presentation aspect of collecting.
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2023.06.07 04:25 TheLateMrBones Been thinking about this all day. Now I need this to happen.

Been thinking about this all day. Now I need this to happen.
The Arbiter (Halo) vs The Mandolorian (Star Wars)
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2023.06.07 04:25 PlasmaTheDeathJester Star Wars Legion Yoda - Brady Paints

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2023.06.07 04:24 nonyabeeswak Wordscapes Team Rankings’ (WTR) league standings for June 4, 2023. Join us for the Summer Season. ✅Teams must be able to score 150k. ✴️Players can earn Score & Speed Badges. ✳️If your team is interested in joining, please contact me and I can forward you the details. Happy Swiping😃👊

Wordscapes Team Rankings’ (WTR) league standings for June 4, 2023. Join us for the Summer Season. ✅Teams must be able to score 150k. ✴️Players can earn Score & Speed Badges. ✳️If your team is interested in joining, please contact me and I can forward you the details. Happy Swiping😃👊 submitted by nonyabeeswak to wordscapes [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 04:23 PerformanceBubbly393 I keep getting this event as Ottos and I have no idea what causes it and it makes me lose all my cores on Iraq. Does anyone know if this is supposed to happen or I messed something up?

I keep getting this event as Ottos and I have no idea what causes it and it makes me lose all my cores on Iraq. Does anyone know if this is supposed to happen or I messed something up? submitted by PerformanceBubbly393 to victoria2 [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 04:19 Purple-Jester777 IT IS SLAIN

I'm not exactly proud of HOW I did it, but there was a bit of cleverness in how I was able to cram 4 BX, 3 B1, and a Hammer Raider in there to soften it up, and I STILL almost died when it had just a quarter of health left!
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2023.06.07 04:19 HotlineLosAngeles-93 Todays haul, what do you guys think? All have their manuals inside except for beyond two souls

Todays haul, what do you guys think? All have their manuals inside except for beyond two souls submitted by HotlineLosAngeles-93 to PS3 [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 04:19 CT-1128 Jedi Teamwork Star Wars: The Young Jedi Adventures @StarWarsKids

Jedi Teamwork Star Wars: The Young Jedi Adventures @StarWarsKids submitted by CT-1128 to Highrepublic [link] [comments]

2023.06.07 04:18 AutoModerator How To Watch Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Online For Free reddiT

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This post will be updated once there is a 100% officially confirmed Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Netflix release date.
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2023.06.07 04:15 CrimsonLaw77 Out of all the recent Finals teams, the Heat are most similar to the 2014 Spurs.

Very few teams get to the Finals without entering the playoffs with at least one player is a fairly consensus top-10 player in the league. By my estimate, the only teams do that in recent memory are the 2014 Spurs and the 2005 Pistons.
As much as we all have respect for Butler, I don’t believe he was a top-10 consensus player coming into this post season (would anyone have taken him, before this run, ahead of: Jokic, Embiid, Giannis, Tatum, Luka, Booker, Curry, Durant, Dame, or Lebron?).
With that in mind, I think this Heat team reminds me a lot of 2013-14 Spurs. Duncan compares to Jimmy, in that they are/were both well respected older stars, who sort of laid low through the regular season but could still level up for the most important moments in the playoffs. Obviously career wise, Duncan is very different. But I think the role they play on the respective teams, in these particular years, is similar.
And on that Spurs team, like this Heat team, you had a lot of really crafty, not highly touted, home-grown role players who had been through playoff wars, who knew how to lock in and play very cohesive.
Parker is comparable to Bam in that they were both fringe all stars on the years in question, and both could have killer nights, but not every night.
Lowry plays a similar role for the Heat to what Ginobili did in his last few Spurs years. Even Caleb Martin had his “young Kawhi” breakout series against the Celtics. And Diaw is fairly comparable to Love as an older, high-IQ big man that has matchup dependent minutes.
When you break down the individual parts, each seems a lot more like a 0.500 team (which, the Heat were) than a Finals team.
But each has the right mix of elite coaching from Pop/Spo, veteran leadership that has seen playoff wars together, and really special chemistry, that has led each group to a really fun Finals run.
Would love to get the input of others on what the most comparable Finals team is from a historical perspective to this really miraculous Heat team we’re seeing.
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2023.06.07 04:14 MsAnywho 27F Add Me Anyone(Mutual Games)

Hi Guys I'm a mother of 2 back on readjusting myself with gaming again and I'd love to game with more females but also open to gaming with males.Im very patient and easy to talk to so if you're like me or needing a starter gaming mate send yourself my way 🤗
Current games
Deadrising 1,2, 2 off the record Resident Evil 5 7 days to die Rouge Company Fortnite COD:Ghost Human fall flat Terreria Dead Island 1 & Riptide Star Wars:Battlefront 2
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2023.06.07 04:12 fryamtheeggguy Not my post, but I had to cross post. Can we all agree that Star Wars makes the world a better place?

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2023.06.07 04:09 theonewhodoesthe Random Screenshot #1

Random Screenshot #1
I literally know NOTHING about Star-Wars lore, I just like the funny glow sticks.
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2023.06.07 04:08 WeAreDishonored star trek: Picard Season 4

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2023.06.07 04:03 BoredGamer101 Horrified (2019) - Wait, Is This A Good Licensed Game?!?!?!?!?! - Review

Horrified (2019) - Wait, Is This A Good Licensed Game?!?!?!?!?! - Review
Didn’t we as a human society decide decades ago that anything based upon the intellectual property of another was supposed to suck? Books will always be better than the movie. Movies based on video games are destined to bomb. Comic books starring NFL players are supposed to be serious eye rolls. Any form of media that uses the license of another form is supposed to induce groans, and only be made as a shameless cash grab. We all remember making this deal, right? This rule usually applies to board games as well. Name any sort of license and it is almost guaranteed to have two or three board games based off of it, all of which are gathering dust on the shelf of some thrift store somewhere. There are a few exceptions (especially with the big names like Star Wars and Lord of the Rings) but usually they are the exception that proves the rule. Just when you think you have the world figured out, along comes Horrified to mess it up.
In its most basic sense, Horrified is a licensed game. Based on the property of the classic Warner Brothers monsters (think Dracula, the Invisible Man, Wolfman, etc.), on paper, Horrified feels like it should be destined to go the way of all other licensed games. Not only does Horrified do its best to rebel against this stereotype, but it also does its best to prove to you it is one of the best cooperative games on the market.
A clear amount of love for these IPs has gone into this game. As soon as you open the box and see the WARNING splashed across the back of the game board, you can tell the designers get it. They understand the campy nature that has made these monsters so famous in the first place. From the back of the board game, it only gets better.
The front of the game board is a gorgeous landscape of an unnamed (presumably European) town. Almost all of the art in this game is fantastic. From the monster cards, the player boards, the villager pieces, and even the variety of resources; the colors and style all work together to draw you into a world before movies were shot in color. This is also the only game I would recommend to play by candlelight; to heighten the mood and lean into the theme.
Besides the look of the game, the mechanics are well thought out as well. Players work together to defeat a variety of monsters. You get to decide which monsters and how many to take on at once; immediately giving you control on the difficulty of the game. Each monster’s defeat condition is different; though they often involve gathering a certain resource and solving a simple puzzle. Players have slightly asymmetrical powers. Just enough to make each character feel different and games with different combinations of characters will play differently. This greatly enhances the replayability of the game. With multiple ways that players can lose the game (including the in-game timer running out), and only one way to win; players must work together and take advantage of every turn to ensure victory.
This game has the ability to create some very cool stories and memories. It appeals to adults, kids, and players with a wide variety of experience with board games. If you have a group that likes to role play, Horrified gives you that outlet. If you are looking to try out some cooperative games, the rules and structure of Horrified are simple enough to pick up after the first few rounds. I have experienced very few games that can appeal to as wide an audience; while also creating as much as an impact as Horrified does.
This is one of those rare instances where playing the board game makes me want to get involved with the original properties this game is based upon, rather than the other way around. Horrified is one of the biggest surprise hits in my collection. It was a game that was given as a gift and only got opened when we had nothing better to do. It is now one of our first go-to options when it comes to picking a game for the night and it has earned a permanent spot in our collection. Horrified gives me hope for all the other licensed games out there.
Game Title: Horrified
Publisher: Ravensburger
Designer: Prospero Hall
Gameplay: 8.0
Presentation: 8.0
Replayability: 8.0
Thematic: 9.0
Player Interaction: 7.0
Teachability: 7.0
Overall: 7.8

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2023.06.07 04:03 Com153 25m from the east coast of the USA looking for friends. Male or female

Hi there, I'm from New York but recently moved to the Daytona Beach, Florida area. I'm looking to make some new friends.
So a bit about me I guess: I like to play video games. I play on switch and PC. I'm willing to expand my games library so hit me with some suggestions! I also can stream games too.
I like to watch movies in particular horror movies caude I find them hilarious. I also love Star wars!
I'm always trying new things and expanding my hobbies but I'm super into technology, guitars, the outdoors and a bunch of other stuff.
Please be 18 years old at least if you're going to message me. No children!
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2023.06.07 04:02 Shut_Up_Fuckface Uhhh. Okayyyy.

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2023.06.07 04:01 tiredboiiiiiiij All of our reactions to reading that.

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2023.06.07 04:00 tiredboiiiiiiij Every Star Wars fan reaction to that Tweet.

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2023.06.07 03:58 arvaname Summer as Summer Ought to Be - Djokovic / Alcaraz thoughts and Golden Era reflection

A video popped into my YouTube recommended today, from a channel called “peRFect tennis” – it's a seventeen minute bundle of beatdown highlights: the great Roger Federer slapping around some random I’d barely heard of named Julian Reister. The occasion is the 2010 French Open; third round – thirteen years ago now. And watching it I noticed something interesting:
I’d forgotten what it was like to see a true generational talent in their prime.
Oh sure, Reister does well to scour some games, and it’s clear that Federer enters power-saver mode after a savage 6-0 second set, but every ball comes back to Reister with interest; and even when Reister makes some miraculous, winner-shot, you always know that Federer will find the effortless god-slice or the perfect stretched forehand.
And then I realized something else, something kinda terrifying: for the first time in God knows how long, the real generational talent, the star of the show, is not a member of the Big Three; and for the first time since Djokovic won his maiden slam, a member of the Big Three feels properly outgunned in a major match.
Carlos Alcaraz is now Federer, and while Djokovic is well above Resiter, he’s not a generational talent in his prime. What we’ve seen over the last five years, since the 2018 Wimbledon Semifinal between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic is the slow and final motion in the unparalleled symphony that is the Big Three era.
But now, half the band has bowed out, and all that remain are the strings with a rare infusion of woodwinds. And the piece is slowing, scraping to a somber halt as the audience gets a long exhale to reflect on everything they’ve just seen. If 2018 Wimbledon began the end, the 2021 French Open semifinal between Nadal and Djokovic was a final regression to the incredible motif underlying the whole composition.
I don’t know when it changed, when Djokovic got a step slower. But he did. The first step he lost was after his 2017 slump, you could see when he returned to the top of the game in 2018 that while still basically unbeatable on hard and grass, and still contesting and claiming big clay court titles, he’d just lost a step; the time signature had changed and all his measures now had fewer notes and fewer beats.
Then it happened again, maybe after the 2020 COVID reset, or maybe during the 2021 Australian Open, where Novak – despite not really looking good at all, through like, the whole fucking tournament – just plowed through the field. Or perhaps it was after 2021 Wimbledon, where the stress of three consecutive slam winds finally ground something in Djokovic out of stasis. And then, we’ve seen one final lost step just in the last year, during the Australia deportation.
I don’t think that these events caused these subtle slips, but the time away allowed our eyes a chance to sober, and when Djokovic returned, each time we could see the new seeds of mortality growing and germinating under a great garden of godhood.
And now, where are we? Roger Federer is retired. Fallen away after a sad and sputtering comeback that ended with a bagel and a busted knee, washed out of Wimbledon by Hurkacz, the man who I think literally everybody has forgotten won a Masters title. Nadal is incognito, channeling his incredible albeit short-lived strength for some chimera-hurrah tour, romp around the globe, victory lap after one of the greatest careers of all time. And Djokovic is three steps slower than he was eight years ago.
The time of Federer – Reister matches is over; the long summer and longer fall of the Big Three is over, and this Alcaraz match feels like the first snow of Winter. Perhaps the best comparison is with the Agassi – Nadal and Agassi – Federer records; Agassi beat Nadal and Federer in big matches, but Agassi was only going down, and Fedal were only going up.
Even if Djokovic plows past Carlos, which he could, it’s clear that a new year is beginning, and just as each Roman year was remembered mainly by the rulers of the day, this new year, will not be the year of Federer, or Nadal, or Djokovic. It will be the year of Alcaraz, or Rune, or the Next-Next-Next-Next-Next-Gen Conglomerate.
I’m a big fantasy fan and fantasy writer. My books suck, so don’t ask to read them. And one thing I’ve noticed in all walks of fantasy, from big-grandpa Lord of the Rings to Game of Thrones to Dark Souls is the Third-Age Obsession: if the first age is some establishing period crescendoing into some spastic war of magic and impossibly large arms, and the second age is the dulling silver-spur that follows then the Third Age is the end of the decline, where magic is at its weakest, and the world at its bleakest.
2003-2011 were the First Age, 2011-2013 were the great war that propelled us into the Second Age, 2011-2019 was the Second Age, and the COVID lapse the gap that shuffled us neatly into the third age.
Monfils, Murray, Wawrinka, del Potro, and the rest of the Golden Gen and Lost Gen are retired or hobbled. Federer is done, Nadal packing it up for a farewell, and Djokovic clinging on to an increasingly slippy pole at the peak of the game.
And all we can really do now is long - for the time of magic. For the time where impossible shots came out on speed-dial...
Put Rosewall and Laver on a court and you will see a few all-time great shots. But you will also find two hours of the most tedious, worn tennis.
In this third and transitory age, glimpses of godhood have gotten rarer and rarer. Djokovic pulls them out randomly to remind some Next-Gen that they’re not worth shit; Nadal just goes ham to make the child in Medvedev stop dreaming. But it’s not a throughline anymore.
Going into the Alcaraz match, everybody knows Djokovic has the level - and everybody remembers when summertime was summer as summer ought to be, when the songs were sweet, the winds were soft, and it seemed this great dream would never end.
I don’t care if Alcaraz beats Djokovic. I only care about Etcheverry, honestly. But what I yearn for, more than anything else, is for Djokovic to remind Alcaraz, and the world, that he is Novak Djokovic: and he (with Rafa and Roger) reigned over the greatest summer this sport has ever seen.
(note: sorry mods, I keep reposting this to make subtle changes because i'm an insecure ass, that's why there's like 7 deleted posts with a similar title)
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