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Dark Nights (Part 4)

Originally posted by frozen-delight

Summary: After coming up with an idea he doesn’t like, Dean sidelines the reader from helping to figure out a way to stop the Alpha’s from going through with their plan, but what he doesn’t know won’t hurt him…

Dark Nights Masterlist

Pairing: Alpha!Dean x Omega!Reader

Word Count: 2,000ish

Warnings: language

A/N: I’m sure everything will turn out just fine, right?…

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Auguste Rodin (1840-1917)
“The Gates of Hell” (1917)
Located in the Kunsthaus Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland

The sculpture depicts a scene from “The Inferno”, the first section of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. It stands at 6 metres high, 4 metres wide and 1 meter deep and contains 180 figures. The figures range from 15 centimetres (6 in) high up to more than one metre (3 ft). Several of the figures were also cast independently by Rodin.

The sculpture was commissioned in 1880 and was meant to be delivered in 1885. Rodin would continue to work on and off on this project for 37 years, until his death in 1917.


🔥 A Song of Ice and Fire projectA Gifset per every chapter

↪ A Game of Thrones, XXXVII, Bran V

“What if you had missed the shot?” Robb said. “What if you’d only wounded him? What if you had made his hand jump, or hit Bran instead? For all you knew, the man might have been wearing a breastplate, all you could see was the back of his cloak. What would have happened to my brother then? Did you ever think of that, Greyjoy?" 

Theon’s smile was gone. He gave a sullen shrug and began to pull his arrows from the ground, one by one.

A Future Tone DX Memorial Pack is coming out! It comes with the game (includes DLC, “Ghost Rule” by Deco*27, and the 10th anniversary module), promotional videos and openings from all Project Divas on 3 Blu-Ray Discs, and a pretty box illustrated by Kei. There’s a pre-order/first edition bonus of a soundtrack that includes songs from the games on 3 discs. There’s 37 songs from Project Diva, 31 from Project Diva 2, 29 from Project Diva extend, 38 from F, 58 from F 2nd, and 33 from X.

The release day is November 22 with a price of ¥12,949 on Amazon JP, ¥11,990 on CDJapan, and ¥10,590 on AmiAmi. There’s a version on AmiAmi that comes with an acrylic stand (¥11,590). There’s no news about a western release

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Pilot - The Cage

Season 1

The Man Trap | Charlie X | Where No Man Has Gone Before | The Naked Time | The Enemy Within | Mudd’s Women | What Are Little Girls Made Of? | Miri | Dagger of the Mind | The Corbomite Maneuver | The Menagerie, Part I | The Menagerie, Part II | The Conscience of the King | Balance of Terror | Shore Leave | The Galileo Seven | The Squire of Gothos | Arena | Tomorrow Is Yesterday | Court Martial | The Return of the Archons | Space Seed | A Taste of Armageddon | This Side of Paradise | The Devil in the Dark | Errand of Mercy | The Alternative Factor | The City on the Edge of Forever | Operation: Annihilate!

Season 2

Amok Time | Who Mourns for Adonais | The Changeling | Mirror, Mirror | The Apple | The Doomsday Machine | Catspaw | I, Mudd | Metamorphosis | Journey to Babel | Friday’s Child | The Deadly Years | Obsession | Wolf in the Fold | The Trouble with Tribbles | The Gamesters of Triskelion | A Piece of the Action | The Immunity Syndrome | A Private little War | Return to Tomorrow | Patterns of Force | By Any Other Name | The Omega Glory  | The Ultimate Computer | Bread and Circuses | Assignment: Earth

Season 3

Spock’s Brain | The Enterprise Incident | The Paradise Syndrome | And the Children Shall Lead | Is There in Truth No Beauty? | Spectre of the Gun | Day of the Dove | For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky | The Tholian Web | Plato’s Stepchildren | Wink of an Eye | The Empath | Elaan of Troyius | Whom Gods Destroy | Let That Be Your Last Battlefield | The Mark of Gideon | That Which Survives | The Lights of Zetar | Requiem for Methuselah | The Way to Eden | The Cloud Minders | The Savage Curtain | All Our Yesterdays | Turnabout Intruder


Season 1

Beyond the Farthest Star | Yesteryear | One of Our Planets Is Missing | The Lorelei Signal | More Tribbles, More Troubles | The Survivor | The Infinite Vulcan | The Magicks of Megas-tu | Once Upon a Planet | Mudd’s Passion | The Terratin Incident | The Time Trap | The Ambergris Element | The Slaver Weapon | The Eye of the Beholder | The Jihad

Season 2

The Pirates of Orion | Bem | The Practical Joker | Albatross | How Sharper Than a Serpent’s Tooth | The Couter-Clock Incident


Season 1

Encounter at Farpoint | The Naked Now | Code of Honor | The Last Outpost | Where No One Has Gone Before | Lonely Among Us | Justice | The Battle | Hide and Q | Haven | The Big Goodbye | Datalore | Angel One | 11001001 | Too Short a Season | When the Bough Breaks | Home Soil | Coming of Age | Heart of Glory | The Arsenal of Freedom | Symbiosis | Skin of Evil | We’ll Always Have Paris | Conspiracy | The Neutral Zone

Season 2

The Child | Where Silence Has Lease | Elementary, Dear Data | The Outrageous Okona | Loud as a Whisper | The Schizoid Man | Unnatural Selection | A Matter of Honor | The Measure of a Man | The Dauphin | Contagion | The Royale | Time Squared | The Icarus Factor | Pen Pals | Q Who? | Samaritan Snare | Up the Long Ladder | Manhunt | The Emissary | Peak Performance | Shades of Gray

Season 3

Evolution | The Ensigns of Command | The Survivors | Who Watches the Watchers | The Bonding | Booby Trap | The Enemy | The Price | The Vengeance Factor | The Defector | The Hunted | The High Ground | Déjà Q | A Matter of Perspective | Yesterday’s Enterprise | The Offspring | Sins of the Father | Allegiance | Captain’s Holiday | Tin Man | Hollow Pursuits | The Most Toys | Sarek | Ménage à Troi | Transfigurations | The Best of Both Worlds: Part I

Season 4

The Best of Both Worlds: Part II | Family | Brothers | Suddenly Human | Remember Me | Legacy | Reunion | Future Imperfect | Final Mission | The Loss | Data’s Day | The Wounded | Devil’s Due | Clues | First Contact | Galaxy’s Child | Night Terrors | Identity Crisis | The Nth Degree | Qpid | The Drumhead | Half a Life | The Host | The Mind’s Eye | In Theory | Redemption I

Season 5

Redemption II | Darmok | Ensign Ro | Silicon Avatar | Disaster | The Game | Unifaction I | Unifaction II | A Matter of Time | New Ground | Hero Worship | Violations | The Masterpiece Society | Conundrum | Power Play | Ethics | The Outcast | Cause and Effect | The First Duty | Cost of Living | The Perfect Mate | Imaginary Friend | I, Borg | The Next Phase | The Inner Light | Time’s Arrow: Part 1

Season 6

Time’s Arrow, Part 2 | Realm of Fear | Man of the People | Relics | Schisms | True Q | Rascals | A Fistful of Datas | The Quality of Life | Chain of Command: Part 1 | Chain of Command: Part 2 | Ship in a Bottle | Aquiel | Face of the Enemy | Tapestry | Birthright: Part 1 | Birthright: Part 2 | Starship Mine | Lessons | The Chase | Frame of Mind | Suspicions | Rightful Heir | Second Chances | Timescape | Descent: Part 1

Season 7

Descent: Part 2 | Liaisons | Interface | Gambit: Part 1 | Gambit: Part 2 | Phantasms | Dark Page | Attached | Force of Nature | Inheritance | Parallels | The Pegasus | Homeward | Sub Rose | Lower Decks | Thine Own Self | Masks | Eye of the Beholder | Genesis | Journey’s End | Firstborn | Bloodlines | Emergence | Preemptive Strike | All Good Things…


Season 1

Emissary | Past Prologue | A Man Alone | Babel | Captive Pursuit | Q-Less | Dax | The Passenger | Move Along Home | The Nagus | Vortex | Battle Lines | The Storyteller | Progress | If Wishes Were Horses | The Forsaken | Dramatis Personae | Duet | In the Hands of the Prophets

Season 2

The Homecoming | The Circle | The Siege | Invasive Procedures | Cardassians | Melora | Rules of Acquisition | Necessary Evil | Second Sight | Sanctuary | Rivals | The Alternate | Armageddon Game | Whispers | Paradise | Shadowplay | Playing God | Profit and Loss | Blood Oath | The Maquis: Part 1 | The Maquis: Part 2 | The Wire | Crossover | The Collaborator | Tribunal | The Jem'Hadar

Season 3

The Search: Part 1 | The Search: Part 2 | The House of Quark | Equilibrium | Second Skin | The Abandoned | Civil Defense | Meridian | Defiant | Fascination | Past Tense: Part 1 | Past Tense: Part 2 | Life Support | Heart of Stone | Destiny | Prophet Motive | Visionary | Distant Voices | Through the Looking Glass | Improbable Cause | The Die is Cast | Explorers | Family Business | Shakaar | Facets | The Adversary

Season 4

The Way of the Warrior | The Visitor | Hippocratic Oath | Indiscretion | Rejoined | Starship Down | Little Green Men | The Sword of Kahless | Our Man Bashir | Homefront | Paradise Lost | Crossfire | Return to Grace | Sons of Mogh | Bar Association | Accession | Rules of Engagement | Hard Time | Shattered Mirror | The Muse | For the Cause | To the Death | The Quickening | Body Parts | Broken Link

Season 5

Apocalypse Rising | The Ship | Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places | …Nor the Battle to the Strong | The Assignment | Trials and Tribble-ations | Let He Who Is Without Sin… | Things Past | The Ascent | Rapture | The Darkness and the Light | The Begotten | For the Uniform | In Purgatory’s Shadow | By Inferno’s Light | Doctor Bashir, I Presume? | A Simple Investigation | Business as Usual | Ties of blood and Water | Ferengi Love Songs | Soldiers of the Empire | Children of Time | Blaze of Glory | Empok Nor | In the Cards | Call to Arms

Season 6

A Time to Stand | Rocks and Shoals | Sons and Daughters | Behind the Lines | Favor the Bold | Sacrifice of Angels | You are Cordially Invited… | Resurrection | Statistical Probabilities | The Magnificent Ferengi | Waltz | Who Mourns for Morn? | Far Beyond the Stars | One Little Ship | Honor Among Thieves | Change of Heart | Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night | Inquisition | In the Pale Moonlight | His Way | The Reckoning | Valiant | Profit and Lace | Time’s Orphan | The Sound of Her Voice | Tears of the Prophets

Season 7

Image in the Sand | Shadows and Symbols | Afterimage | Take Me Out to the Holosuite | Chrysalis | Treachery, Faith, and the Great River | Once More Unto the Breach | The Siege of AR-558 | Covenant | It’s Only a Paper Moon | Prodigal Daughter | The Emperor’s New Cloak | Field of Fire | Chimera | Badda-Bing Badda-Bang | Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges | Penumbra | Til Death Do Us Part | Strange Bedfellows | The Changing Face of Evil | When It Rains… | Tacking Into the Wind | Extreme Measures | The Dogs of War | What You Leave Behind


Season 1

Caretaker | Parallax | Time and Again | Phage | The Cloud | Eye of the Needle | Ex Post Facto | Emanations | Prime Factors | State of Flux | Heroes and Demons | Cathexis | Faces | Jetrel | Learning Curve

Season 2

The 37’s | Initiations | Projections | Elogium | Non Sequitur | Twisted | Parturition | Persistence of Vision | Tattoo | Cold Fire | Maneuvers | Resistance | Prototype | Alliances | Threshold | Meld | Dreadnought | Death Wish | Lifesigns | Investigations | Deadlock | Innocence | The Thaw | Tuvix | Resolutions | Basics: Part 1

Season 3

Basics: Part 2 | Flashback | The Chute | The Swarm | False Profits | Remember | Sacred Ground | Future’s End: Part 1 | Future’s End: Part 2 | Warlord | The Q and the Grey | Macrocosm | Fair Trade | Alter Ego | Coda | Blood Fever | Unity | Darkling | Rise | Favorite Son | Before and After | Real Life | Distant Origin | Displaced | Worst Case Scenario | Scorpion: Part 1

Season 4

Scorpion: Part 2 | The Gift | Day of Honor | Nemesis | Revulsion | The Raven | Scientific Method | Year of Hell: Part 1 | Year of Hell: Part 2 | Random Thoughts | Concerning Flight | Mortal Coil | Waking Moments | Message in a Bottle | Hunters | Prey | Retrospect | The Killing Game: Part 1 | The Killing Game: Part 2 | Vis à Vis | The Omega Directive | Unforgettable | Living Witness | Demon | One | Hope and Fear

Season 5

Night | Drone | Extreme Risk | In the Flesh | Once Upon a Time | Timeless | Infinite Regress | Nothing Human | Thirty Days | Counterpoint | Latent Image | Bride of Chaotica! | Gravity | Bliss | Dark Frontier | The Disease | Course: Oblivion | The Fight | Think Tank | Juggernaut | Someone to Watch Over Me | 11:59 | Relativity | Warhead | Equinox: Part 1

Season 6

Equinox: Part 2 | Survival Instinct | Barge of the Dead | Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy | Alice | Riddles | Dragon’s Teeth | One Small Step | The Voyager Conspiracy | Pathfinder | Fair Haven | Blink of an Eye | Virtuoso | Memorial | Tsunkatse | Collective | Spirit Folk | Ashes to Ashes | Child’s Play | Good Shepherd | Live Fast and Prosper | Muse | Fury | Life Line | The Haunting of Deck Twelve | Unimatrix Zero: Part 1

Season 7

Unimatrix Zero: Part 2 | Imperfection | Drive | Repression | Critical Care | Inside Man | Body and Soul | Nightingale | Flesh and Blood | Shattered | Lineage | Repentance | Prophecy | The Void | Workforce: Part 1 | Workforce: Part 2 | Human Error | Q2 | Author, Author | Friendship One | Natural Law | Homestead | Renaissance Man | Endgame


Season 1

Broken Bow | Fight or Flight | Strange New World | Unexpected | Terra Nova | The Andorian Incident | Breaking the Ice | Civilization | Fortunate Son | Cold Front | Silent Enemy | Dear Doctor | Sleeping Dogs | Shadows of P'Jem | Shuttlepod One | Fusion | Rogue Planet | Acquisition | Oasis | Detained | Vox Sola | Fallen Hero | Desert Crossing | Two Days and Two Nights | Shockwave: Part 1

Season 2

Shockwave: Part 2 | Carbon Creek | Minefield | Dead Stop | A Night in Sickbay | Marauders | The Seventh | The Communicator | Singularity | Vanishing Point | Precious Cargo | The Catwalk | Dawn | Stigma | Cease Fire | Future Tense | Canamar | The Crossing | Judgment | Horizon | The Breach | Cogenitor | Regeneration | First Flight | Bounty | The Expanse

Season 3

The Xindi | Anomaly | Extinction | Rajiin | Impulse | Exile | The Shipment | Twilight | North Star | Similitude | Carpenter Street | Chosen Realm | Proving Ground | Stratagem | Harbinger | Doctor’s Orders | Hatchery | Azati Prime | Damage | The Forgotten | E² | The Council | Countdown | Zero Hour 

Season 4

Storm Front: Part 1 | Storm Front: Part 2 | Home | Borderland | Cold Station 12 | The Augments | The Forge | Awakening | Kir'Shara | Daedalus | Observer Effect | Babel One | United | The Aenar | Affliction | Divergence | Bound | In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 1 | In a Mirror, Darkly: Part 2 | Demons | Terra Prime | These Are the Voyages…


Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Star Trek: Generations
Star Trek: First Contact
Star Trek: Insurrection
Star Trek: Nemesis
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Meanwhile, in the crystal ball.

Blinding flash of light….

“Bloody hell! I wish she wouldn’t just yank the tea cosy off like that, plays buggeration with my eyes, gonna have a horrible headache now”.

“Eh, what, umm, sorry, what was that frank? i was having a nap”

“Yes, i could hear, the walls in this thing really echo your snores, you know that? ”

“Oh, sorry Frank, anyway, what’s up, we got a customer”

“Course we have a customer, she’s done the flourish and whipped the cover off the ball, amazing, people don’t clock its an old Woolies tea cosy with a bit of glitter chucked on”.

“Who we got then?”

“Hang on to something, she’s reaching out to, oh, here we go…”

The inside of the ball rolls and pitches….

“Gawd, i wish she wouldn’t do that, doesn’t half mess the furniture up”.

“Oh, look, as well, she’s spread fake tan all over the glass, bloody amateur this one.

"Right, now she’s stopped messing about, let’s have a look at the punter”

“Looks like a young un Frank”

“Oh, yeah, this should be easy, new ager, look, practically dripping in crystals and sigils. Drag up script 37 and project it on the back wall of the ball”

“37 Frank? isn’t that the one for drunk geordies?”

“Naaa, look at the index, 37, good willed new agers, used to read hippy, you can see where it’s been crossed out”

“Oh yeah, i can see it now”
“the future is yours to hold, your actions and love will pave the way for the etheric vibrations to guide and channel your inbuilt empathy to a harmonious future”.
“People actually believe this stuff do they Frank?”

“Well, you better hope so, it’s been my bread and butter for the last 50 years, who’d have though? If i could see into the future i wouldn’t be operating a crystal ball now would I? ”

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval still doesn’t support the Senate health-care bill. That’s big trouble for Republicans.
The GOP governor from Nevada could hold the key to the bill’s fate because of his influence over his home-state colleague, Sen. Dean Heller.
By https://www.facebook.com/danbalzwapo

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Brian Sandoval spent his Saturday morning 3,000 miles from home tucked away in a convention center ballroom where two top Trump administration officials tried to convince him that everything would be okay under their plan to dramatically alter the nation’s health-care system.

They couldn’t.

As a result, the Republican Party’s seven-year quest to overhaul the Affordable Care Act remains at serious risk of hitting another wall next week.

More than any other Republican in the country right now, Sandoval, the centrist governor of Nevada, could hold the power to sink or salvage the health-care bill that Senate GOP leaders are hoping to pass in the coming days.

Sandoval’s voice is deeply influential, because what he decides is widely expected to determine the vote of his home-state GOP colleague, Sen. Dean Heller. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has already lost two Republican votes. A third would be game over.

Among the 32 state executives who attended the National Governors Association summer meeting here this weekend, no one drew more attention and interest than Sandoval, a square-jawed 53-year-old with neatly parted dark hair, a made-for-TV smile and a political disposition that is the antithesis of President Trump.

All weekend, he has been besieged — by reporters taking his temperature and by administration officials, including Vice President Pence, trying to persuade him that the Senate bill would not hurt his Nevada constituents despite its deep federal spending cuts to Medicaid.

So far, he isn’t buying what the administration is selling. “I’m no different than I was,” Sandoval told reporters after a governors-only meeting Saturday morning with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and Seema Verma, administrator of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Sandoval said he is likely to come to a final decision “early next week.”

The Trump administration mounted a full-court effort here in Providence, recognizing the resistance not only by Sandoval but other Republican governors who are potentially influential with their state’s senators. Despite a heavy public and private effort, however, the administration appeared to have changed no minds — and may even have hardened some of the opposition.

One moment in particular drew private criticism from governors of both parties — when Pence openly targeted Ohio Gov. John Kasich ®, a vociferous opponent of the Republican health-care proposal, with inaccurate facts about Medicaid waiting lists for the disabled in Ohio.

At a meeting Saturday morning with governors, Price and Verma sought to discredit other analyses showing potentially devastating consequences for states under the Senate bill, including a yet-to-be released analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office and an independent analysis by the health-care firm Avalere, which was presented at the meeting.

Other key Republican governors also expressed skepticism about the bill after the closed-door gathering, highlighting the Trump administration’s struggles. “There’s still work to be done,” said Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson theorized that the Senate bill “is probably not the bill that’s actually going to be voted on.”

Heller cited Sandoval when he announced his opposition to an earlier version of the Senate bill. The two men and their staffs are in close contact analyzing the newer version.

Sandoval, first elected in 2010, was the first Republican governor in the nation to decide to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. He sees some strong similarities between his current predicament and that one.

“We did a tremendous amount of due diligence leading up to that decision,” Sandoval said. “This is the identical process that I used leading up to making that decision.”

Sandoval well recognizes the position he holds in the freighted debate over the future of Obamacare — and with it perhaps the future of the Republican Party. “Of course I am,” he replied when a reporter asked him if he is feeling the weight of his position. “That’s part of what being a governor is all about.”

“A lot of people’s lives and health and health care and quality of life is in the balance,” he added. “I’m a former judge. I take in all the information, and then I make a decision, and that’s what I’m doing now.”

The Senate Republican proposal would cut $772 billion from Medicaid over the next decade and result in 22 million fewer Americans with insurance compared with current law, according to a CBO assessment of an earlier version. An updated score is expected as soon as Monday.

The Avalere study presented Saturday morning projected federal Medicaid funding reductions in all 50 states, ranging from 27 percent to 39 percent by 2036. In Nevada, the study projected a 37 percent reduction.

Administration officials including Pence argue that Medicaid is not sustainable in the future and that what they are doing is saving the program over the long run by reining it in. They also argue that no one stands to lose coverage in the face of clear data suggesting otherwise.

Sandoval is not relying on those arguments. He said his team is running its own numbers back home. He said he has not spoken to Trump in the last few days. But he plans to speak to Heller on Sunday or Monday.

The political pressure Trump can apply on more conservative Republicans does not apply as much to Sandoval. He hails from a state where Trump lost, and he rose through the ranks in a different wing of the Republican Party than the president. In addition to more warmly embracing the ACA, he has championed comprehensive immigration reform, whereas Trump has espoused a hard-line posture against undocumented immigrants.

Some Democratic colleagues who know Sandoval well are deeply skeptical that he will support the Senate bill. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe thinks there is “zero” chance that Sandoval comes out in support. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said Sandoval, “as he always does with every issue, asks the right questions. He’s trying to do it for the right reasons.”

Even as the Trump officials made a hard sell for the partisan Senate bill here Saturday, others pushed for a more bipartisan approach that is gaining ground among a growing number of Republican and Democratic lawmakers who are increasingly looking beyond the current GOP push.

Sen. Thomas R. Carper (D-Del.), a former governor, said he spoke at the meeting about the need to “hit the pause button” and reset with a more deliberative and inclusive approach to the health-care bill.

Outside the room, applause from the inside could be heard. Asked about it, Carper hinted it was for him, “a recovering governor.”

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker ® said the Senate effort reminded him of the House endeavor — which proceeded in fits and starts before ultimately passing. “It’s like deja vu all over again,” Walker said, predicting eventual success in the Senate, though he declined to offer a time frame.

Without Sandoval, few believe that is possible. Asked whether the administration officials changed any minds over the weekend, the Nevada governor was blunt.

“Here? Likely not,” he said.

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anonymous asked:

If the AGF project features 37 people then the Tsukiuta and Tsukipro series would add up to 29 people, do you have any guesses who the other 8 people are?

Well, to give a breakdown of all characters under TSUKIPRO (Licogli collaboration included), you have

- 24 under TSUKIUTA. (Six Gravity, Procellarum, Fluna, Seleas)
- 9 from the ALIVE Series (SOARA, Growth)
- 8 from the SQ Series (SolidS, QUELL)
- 19 from ALTAIR THEATER (1st and 2nd batch)
- 1 (John)
- 6 from Glico collaboration Wizard Twins Lico & Gli

If all members from each series had to participate, then it could be ALIVE (9) + SQ (8) + Algeki (19) + John (1)? But that’s just me trying to fit the numbers.

If we’d be taking Gravi and Procella and adding them with ALIVE and SQ, like you said, we’d be missing 8 people. Algeki’s selection units Rigel and Regulus total to 7 people only, so there’s still 1 slot/person left.

Yeah, so I have no idea who the 20 other unannounced characters are. There’s the possibility of not all characters from each series not participating (the possibility hasn’t been ruled out yet, I think), though.

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Well known actor Gene Wilder (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles) has died at the age of 83 due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease.

“We understand for all the emotional and physical challenges this situation presented we have been among the lucky ones — this illness-pirate, unlike in so many cases, never stole his ability to recognize those that were closest to him, nor took command of his central-gentle-life affirming core personality. The decision to wait until this time to disclose his condition wasn’t vanity, but more so that the countless young children that would smile or call out to him “there’s Willy Wonka,” would not have to be then exposed to an adult referencing illness or trouble and causing delight to travel to worry, disappointment or confusion. He simply couldn’t bear the idea of one less smile in the world.

He continued to enjoy art, music, and kissing with his leading lady of the last twenty-five years, Karen. He danced down a church aisle at a wedding as parent of the groom and ring bearer, held countless afternoon movie western marathons and delighted in the the company of beloved ones.”

Wilder appeared in only 37 film and television projects from 1961-2015, but he’ll have a lasting impact in cinematic history. Rest in peace Gene. You will be missed.

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