Battle-hardened and masters of close combat, warriors are pivotal to any group entering battle. As front-line fighters, they absorb the brunt of opponent attacks, steal enemy focus, and create an opening for deadly ranged assaults from other classes. While some warriors prefer visceral, sweeping damage, many are silverite-clad bulwarks, weathering any blows they don’t deflect with their shields.
Our 5e D&D group was battling an undead priest that was ridiculously strong and our bard, who had a magic instrument that allowed him to fly, was floating above the battlefield flinging vicious mockeries over and over at the priest because he had no other long range attacks. Eventually he gets bored and this goes down:
Bard: You know what? I pee on him.
DM: Y-you what?
Bard: I’m tired of vicious mockery, I drop trow and pee on this fucker.
Fighter: Does he have to make a dex roll for that? I mean you gotta aim and stuff…
DM: No, but I will have the priest make a will save to see if it does anything. *rolls a nat 20*
DM: Well not only is he not bothered by this, he in fact looks straight up into your stream and opens his mouth to gargle it.
All players lose their shit laughing.
Bard: *after calming down from the laughing fit* You know what, I voluntarily take 1d4 psychic damage because that just mentally scarred my character
Project 949 Granit / Oscar I
Project 949A Antey / Oscar II
The Oscar-class nuclear-powered cruise missile attack submarine, which displaces more than 18,000 tons when under water, is one of Russia’s largest and most capable submarines. As with earlier cruise-missile submarine, the Oscar was designed primarily to attack American aircraft carrier battle groups.
As with other Russian submarines, the Oscar features a double hull – and inner pressure hull and an outer hydrodynamic hull, with eight inches of rubber between them to muffle sounds. American submarines have a single pressure hull, with additional hydrodynamic fairings, such as the cap that encloses the bow sonar dome. The 3.5 meter separation between the inner and outter hulls on the Oscar provides significant reserve buoyancy, and improved survivability against conventional torpedoes.
After the blood moon, life was definitely different. The boys were different—
wiser. You were different—
stronger. They began to acknowledge you on a different level, equally, not as human to werewolf rather as being to being. But as you sat upon the piercingly cold tile of your bathroom floor, the sound of nothing but your frozen heart’s beats hammering through the air of your vacant apartment, you felt anything but strong. Trembling as you desperately tried to grip onto the object in your hands that you wished no more than to throw it out of the window, to forget its existence and have it erased entirely from your life, there was no strength to do so. Confusion. Fear. Happiness. All of these intense feelings shoved you around, screamed in your ears, not allowing you to think because fuck, how is this even possible.
How could you be pregnant with Park Jimin’s, your werewolf boyfriend’s, child?
- shy first dates
- him wanting to impress you all the time
- competitions in everything
- playful teasing
- him forcing you to try new things
- you in turn pushing him out of his comfort zone
- not much PDA besides maybe holding hands as you walk in public
- at home much more casual
- him being possessive when other guys try to flirt with you
- your relationship would totally be monitored and gossiped about by the other boys
- making little surprises for each other
- sending cute pictures when he’s away on tour
- having a special little restaurant you two love to eat in
- girl group dance battles
- matching couple things
- him picking you up and carrying you around the house
- fighting over blankets
- cheesy movies and video game wars
- him singing you to sleep
- even over video chat if he needs to
- little cute notes left around the house
- the most adorable boyfriend ever
While last week was the battle of girl groups, this week seems to be the battle of boy groups, as seen in the playlist below.
DAY6 — How Can I Say
Yet another great release from the band. In contrast to the mellow ‘You Were Beautiful,’ ‘How Can I Say’ brings the rock back to the forefront with strong drums and guitar chords. Another song that is well done by the boys, impressive as always.
B.A.P — Wake Me Up
Though I have listened to B.A.P’s music here and there, this is a comeback that I have truly enjoyed. From the flow of the music, lyrics to even the tragedy of society portrayed in the music video, this track is definitely worth a listen. I have to give my hats off to the producers and directors of this track and video, as it shows the problems we face today.
BTOB — Movie
Much like B.A.P, BTOB is a group that I have heard about for a long time, but never really got into. Though I love the boys’ hilarious antics on shows, I could never really get into their music until now. ‘Movie’ is more of a smooth-sailing jazz pop track that you can’t help but jam along to. From the addictive hook and melody, to the smooth rap flow, this is one track to look out for.
Produce 101 Season 2 — Pick Me
After the success of ‘Produce 101′ last year, I was curious to see how the boys’ version (season 2) would fare. In my honest opinion, this version of ‘Pick Me’ is more long lasting and addictive, it’s easier to groove to and listen everyday in contrast of the girl version. Where the girl version succeeds at catchiness, the boy version excels at groove.
GOT7 — Never Ever
I knew that I was gonna like this track since I heard the teaser, and this track did not disappoint at all. Taking references from the current trend of strong synths and dance hall, the boys rose up with their newest title track.
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SWEDEN. Gotland. February 2017. The Wartofta tank company. The regiment is temporarily defending the island while a new, permanent battle group is training on the mainland. Sweden has recently reinstated conscription, with an eye on Russia.
At some point Jim has started a food fight in
the mess. It all started when Cupcake, the head of engineering, said something
about how he could make a better Captain than Jim. It was all a joke of course,
but Cupcake had flicked a spoonful of corn at Jim, and Jim had retaliated by
throwing mashed potatoes at his Head of Security. This of course started an all-out
food fight. Tables were flipped over to make cover, and teams split into
different groups to battle. The entire senior command was on one team, the
science officers on another, and the security team on the last team. Of course
the senior officers won the food fight. It all came to a close when Spock
decided to launch an entire bowl of Vulcan soup at the engineering team, and it
landed square in the middle of Cupcakes chest. He then pretended to die, in the
most dramatic way possible, stumbling into the middle of the food fight, and
using a napkin as his white flag. It was a battle that went down in history. It
soon adapted into a paintball fight that the entire crew would participate in
whenever they were on Earth for repairs. Command won every year, except one.
The one year Bones had decided to make his own team out of all of the medical
staff. The nurses and doctors were brutal, and had no mercy for anyone.