In a series of experiments, the researchers showed over 950 online black and nonblack U.S. participants a series of color photographs of the faces of white and black men who were of equal height and weight.
Participants then had to guess the height, weight and muscularity of the pictured subjects. Researchers found that the estimates were consistently biased.
All participants saw black men as larger, stronger and more muscular than white men, even though they were the same.
However, nonblack participants perceived black men to be more capable of causing harm in a fictional fight scenario, and, even more disquieting, that police would be more justified in using force to subdue the black men — even if they were unarmed.
That black men cannot even be perceived as who they actually are is a factor, according to researchers, in America’s police brutality epidemic. Read more (3/13/17 12:16 PM)
While there’s no official confirmation that the areas are
exactly the same place for sure, the similarities are uncanny. That’s
particularly true for Lon Lon Ranch, a popular spot in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Breath of the Wild includes ruins that look just like Lon Lon Ranch.
This seems to suggest that Breath of the Wild takes places in the same world as Ocarina of Time, just much much later on. Read more (3/16/17 12:07 PM)
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Spindle golems are so named because they are constructed. However, no mortal entity knows how, and no immortal entity wants to remember why. When a mortal refuses to feel guilt for an Evil action, and actively prevents themselves from experiencing remorse, a spindle golem is manifested to force them to pay for it. Very few people talk about spindle golems, but a snippet survives of a bard’s experience with one.
“Fire cannot kill it And it won’t be suffocated You cannot stab it through the heart Nor defenestrate it
It creep at night And crawls in day And sprints when you’re alone It grips you with its ice cold hands Demands that you atone”
Spindle Golem Large construct, lawful neutral
AC:15 (natural armor) HP 90 (10d10+20) 45 speed
STR 17 (+3) DEX 18 (+4) CON 14 (+2) INT 20 (+5) WIS 16 (+3) CHA 12 (+1)
Skills: Acrobatics +6, Perception +5 Immunities (damage): fire, force, piercing, stabbing, or bludgeoning damage from nonmagical weapons Does
not need to breathe, sleep, eat, or drink. Senses: blindsight 120 ft., passive perception 15 Languages: Common, the language of its target Challenge: 4 (1,100 XP)
Multiattack: The spindle golem makes 2 claw attacks. Claw: +5 to hit, 10 ft, 1d8+3 slashing damage. Target must roll a DC 13 Dex check to not be grappled. Grappled creatures take 1d4
cold damage at the end of their next turn if they remain grappled. The spindle golem can only grapple 2 creatures, of a Large size or smaller, at a time. If both hands are grappling creatures, the golem can make a single bite attack against one of its captives per turn. Bite: +5 to hit, 5 ft, 1d10+3 piercing damage + 1d6 poison damage
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