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Es muy importante compartir esto. Por favor, si te sentís mal; es importante decirlo y apoyarte en alguien, no estás solx. podés salir del pozo, te pueden ayudar. lo estás haciendo bien y estoy muy orgullosa de vos por pedir ayuda.
Under the cut you will find documentation of things that happened during the Overnight Watch and on Day 2 of the stream that, although not direct sightings or soundings of Anti, were suspicious or notable in some way. Enjoy.
As part of ‘Marvel Legacy’ long-running series are reverting to their original titles and numbering. Currently on sale - She-Hulk #159, Daredevil #595, Moon Knight #188, Iron Fist #74, The Avengers #673, Venom #157, The Invincible Ironman #593, Black Panther #166, and Captain America #695!
Hey! Your prompts always make my day! Could I have some prompts of the antagonist experimenting on the protagonist?
1) “It’s an interesting little concoction,” the antagonist murmured. “It takes over every cell in your body except your brain. Quite ingenious, if I do say so myself.” “The brain controls-” “-Kill your friend.” They did in a heartbeat, in horror. The antagonist smiled.
2) “I’ve always found the limits of human endurance to be a fascinating thing. It can vary so much from subject to subject, so situational. Endurance in what? Under what conditions?I’m really struggling to find the common factors - it could revolutionize modern psychology.” The antagonist looked really quite put out by this struggle. The protagonist glared at them furiously, desperately. “But you, you’re doing remarkably well on all fronts. You really could be quite an asset to human evolution, 593.” That’s not my name.
3) “People always talk about love like it’s some kind of magic, happiness like its some kind of secret. It’s just chemicals. Do you feel happy?” The protagonist had a feeling that they really shouldn’t, surrounded by destruction. But they felt blissful. Heart singing, like nothing back could touch them. Even as something bad did. The antagonist brushed their hair back from their face, oh so gently. “That’s better, isn’t it? You were my first. I hadn’t quite got it right then. But now. Oh, don’t you feel wonderful? How much should we sell it for, darling?”
I have a theory, and I think that AI Tony grew himself a body.
- we know he really wanted to be a real boy. no one treated him like the real tony he wanted to be.
- related to the previous point, he really was having isues with not having a body
- he crawled out of a dubious looking chamber, extremely weak, with no hair (why would the Real Tony totally shave off? and he is/was comatose but hdon’t know if his awesome high tech pod didn’t keep his muscles intact). he couldn’t really move properly: could be that he’s weak, could be that he’s not used to having a body.
- the first thing he did, obviously in pain, was to reach out for the armour. this is a very tony move, an ai tony obviously is tony, but also: it was the old armour. and the one ai tony was wearing lately. none of the real tony’s shiny new models.
- and then he just curled up in the fetal position, exhausted and helpless and without any comfort but the armour. because it’s his first moments in the real world, so to speak?
- it would fit he January solicits question of “is this the tony we know and love” as it was actually the question with AI tony
Empress Suiko is the first of Japan’s seven female rulers and
the 33rd monarch of Japan. Prince
Shōtoku served as her regent.
Japan went through many changes during Empress Suiko’s
reign. Buddhism was imported to Japan
during this period and Empress Suiko encouraged its spread. Empress Suiko is also credited with the
adoption of the Sexagenary cycle calendar in Japan. During this period, Prince Shōtoku also created
the Seventeen Article Constitution and Twelve Level Cap and Rank System which
allowed bureaucrats to advance based on skill rather than heredity.
Empress Suiko reigned
from 593 until her death in 628.
XNTJ Science: Now that I’ve found the most probabilistic event that’ll occur from this experiment without actually doing it, I should have a good idea of what I’m looking for to see that if my hypothesis is correct.
XNTP Science: I had an idea late at night and set up a thing. I dunno what’ll do, but there’s a good chance that’ll cure cancer or blow up the planet. Welp. *starts test*