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The Flash Season 3 Episode 4 : The New Rogues PLAY NOW ➽➽ @ http://free.hd-tvseries.com/tv/60735-3-4/the-flash.html ✔✔ Storyline: Mirror Master joins his old partner, Top, and looks to even the score with Snart; Jesse joins the chase, but her decision to defy one of Barry's orders results in terrible consequences. After a particle accelerator causes a freak storm, CSI Investigator Barry Allen is struck by lightning and falls into a coma. Months later he awakens with the power of super speed, granting him the ability to move through Central City like an unseen guardian angel. Though initially excited by his newfound powers, Barry is shocked to discover he is not the only "meta-human" who was created in the wake of the accelerator explosion -- and not everyone is using their new powers for good. Barry partners with S.T.A.R. Labs and dedicates his life to protect the innocent. For now, only a few close friends and associates know that Barry is literally the fastest man alive, but it won't be long before the world learns what Barry Allen has become...The Flash. Casts: Tom Cavanagh, Candice Patton, Keiynan Lonsdale, Danielle Panabaker, Jesse L. Martin, Grant Gustin, Carlos Valdes
These awards… it’s not really me and Phil that won it because we didn’t do anything. You literally won it by voting, so whilst me and Phil get to keep this giant green circle … you won it by voting. So any of you  who did that, just feel free to put that in your bio: Winner of the Best Vlogger Teen Award - ‘cause let’s be real. You did, didn’t you?

@danisnotonfire during his live show on 25th of October 2016

Quotes from Dan (9/?)

“To your health, civilization!” toasts Death as he drinks a goblet of blood in this cartoon commentary on the horrors of the First World War. It’s in the book Raemaekers’ Cartoons by the artist Louis Raemaekers, a Dutch painter and political cartoonist. Raemaekers left the neutral yet threatened Netherlands for the UK in 1915 to help campaign for the Allied cause. 

Each cartoon of Raemaekers’ is accompanied by a passage from well-known writers at the time. While the publisher is Doubleday, it really is the work of the British War Propaganda Bureau, whom Raemaekers worked extensively with after moving to London. It was translated and distributed in many neutral countries at the time, including the United States, in order to rally for the cause of an Allied victory. 

Raemaekers eventually toured the United States in 1917, helping to bring news of the atrocities of the war into the homes of Americans. The United States entered the War in April of 1917, and Raemaekers’ cartoons were a big part in bringing around public opinion in favor.

The Warlock likes to drop his pants

Context: One of our party member made an high elf warlock, which is also highly gay and he has the compulsory envy to drop his pants to impress/confuse/disgust as much people as possible. Also our GM made us role for pretty much any action. He’ve done it 3 times in that session:

First time:

Warlock(in a public place): Since no one listen to me, i’ll just drop my pants! (proceed to do so).

GM: Most people runs away in disgust, someone is crying, one kids laughing at you and… (made the warlock role 1d4) two guys like your dong.

Second time:

While me and another guy were trying to talk to an NPC

Warlock to DM: I drop my pants!

DM: *sigh* alright, role to drop your pants

*Roll really low* 

DM: You stumble while your pants are midway down and fall face first on the ground. You are very humiliated.

Third time:

While we are talking to a guard, he tried to “seduce” the second guard

DM: alright, your pants are down, but it doesn’t impress the guard, he just take his blowgun and shoot a dart in your neck. You fall asleep on the ground.

We proceed throughout the gate and he wakes up asking what happen. 

Paladin: You got shot by a guard. (roll d20, fails)

DM: He doesn’t believe you.

Rogue (Me): You tried to seduce a dude, but you were so bad he knock you on the ground (roll d20 +bluff, succeed).

DM to warlock: You believe really hard that you got knock out because you suck at seducing.

anonymous asked:

How about, in the dorms, they play the worlds biggest game of the floor is lava. Like, not even Tokoyami or Bakugou can resist the game simply because of childhood memories. They place cushions on the stairs so people can go to different floors. Just the kids playing the floor is lava


there are no friends. you have no allies. everyone is out to get you, everyone is out to win, and they will sabotage everyone else in order to secure victory. 

quirks are allowed. because of this, Uraraka and Tokoyami are some of the hardest to knock out of the competition. Uraraka can just make herself float, or make objects hover and jump between them. she’ll cancel out her powers and cause whatever poor soul who happened to be the floating armchair to fall onto the floor. Tokoyami, of course, has his Shadow.

Bakugou, Kaminari or Todoroki take Tokoyami out first. their quirks are the worst match up for Tokoyami, and just like in the sports festival, it all ends rather quickly. 

Kaminari is often taken out fast. partially because he doesn’t wanna hurt anyone with his quirk. partially because he’s just. naturally clumsy.

there are debates about whether Todoroki’s ice counts as lava or as an object. Todoroki insists that it should count as an object because it’s ice, but Mineta and Kaminari think it’s cheating and should be counted as him touching the floor.

Kirishima is REALLY DIFFICULT to knock out because he can make himself hard and block all attacks. he’s usually one of the last few in the game.

Sero can use his tape to bounce from object to object. the only way to knock him out is if you body slam him, or cut his tape mid-swing. he’ll also use his tape to grab onto unsuspecting people to make them stumble and fall to their dramatic deaths. he’s great at knocking people out.

Aoyama is easy to knock to the floor. it’s hard to use his laser indoors and he’s not as agile as the others. he’s usually the first to go.

Mineta is goddamn hard to pick off. his balls stick to ANYTHING and sometimes he’ll just stick to walls and stay out of the chaos. he’ll also throw his balls at people in order to knock them off their balance–they end up in really odd positions, stuck upside down to the side of the counter, or sideways on the back of the couch. either way, they can’t get off and they’re forced to forfeit. 

Momo is somewhere in the middle. she’s great at making objects to defend or help herself, but sometimes it takes too long to make them and she’s knocked out before she can dodge.

Shouji is VERY HARD to knock off balance. but he finds it easy to take people out (in non-harmful ways; even if it’s a competition, he’s not gonna accidentally hurt his classmates). HOWEVER, sometimes his size makes it hard for him to jump onto the smaller objects and he’ll fall over thanks to his own weight.

Tsuyu is queen. she’s super quick and agile and able to stick to anything, and her tongue makes it easy for her to sabotage the others. she is ruthless. (tho she apologizes after every ‘attack’)

Mina has AMAZING reflexes and is hard to hit. she’s usually taken out by her own misjudgement of where she’s landing, or someone accidentally knocking into her. 

Satou and Kouda, like Shouji, are also very big. both have a hard time finding balance when landing on smaller surfaces. Satou’s quirk doesn’t really help him here, and he IS getting better with his balance. Kouda makes up for his lack of balance by sending bugs after people who’re trying to get him out of the game.

Ojirou is goddamn hard to knock off balance with that tail of his. plus, he’s a martial artist, so he’s got a LOT of balance training. he’s usually one of the last few left. 

Jirou is able to use her sound attacks to vibrate tables and the floor in order to throw off the other student’s balance. she is, however, rather easy to knock out b/c it takes concentration to use her attacks, and she leaves herself open.

Iida uses his engines to fly from table to chair to pillow, but sometimes the momentum will make him trip. he finds the game great practice for his control, tho he does get frustrated since he lost a few times at first

Tooru. Tooru is fucking HARD to beat because she plays in her hero outfit (or less) and no one can see where she lands. the only thing they have to by by are her little reaction sounds (from jumping and landing) when figuring out where she is 

and last but not least, Izuku and Bakugou. these two. these two are the GODDAMN HARDEST OF ALL THE STUDENTS TO BEAT. 

THEY’VE BOTH GOT AMAZING REFLEXES, THEY BOTH CAN MANEUVER IN THE AIR, AND PARKOUR IS GODDAMN THEIR MIDDLE NAME. not to mention they’re both SO FUCKING FAST that no one can ever knock them out. fuckers can dodge like no-one’s business, and it frustrates the entire class.

the game almost always ends with these two trying to beat each other. Bakugou gets especially pissed because Izuku learned most of those moves from him, so it’s like he’s fighting a goddamn copy of himself. 

they usually end in a tie. they’ll slam into each other and the’ll both get knocked to the ground. they also have the exact same amount of wins and loses. 

that doesn’t stop the other students from trying to win, tho. they wanna beat Deku and Kacchan because they’re so amazing, and with each game, it gets harder and harder to knock everyone out. 

Bakugou and Izuku actually love this, because it means more training and fighting each other at their best (well, as much as they can in a game like this)

Aizawa and All Might usually watch from the corners to make sure no one gets seriously hurt. they’re so proud of their kids, tho, because this training is so good for them. it’s harmless and great for honing reflexes and attacks.

also, they just love to see their kids improve. what proud dads