Minty wanted a new challenge to do, and I wanted a new challenge to do, so I created yet another themed legacy. (There’s not enough already, you know?)

Each generation incorporates a theme meant to help explore the game further. All original legacy challenge terms and conditions apply. Read more below.

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Please see below the list I will be using to make the polls. Thank you kagaira and kaori-kitten for helping me out make sense of this extensive list. I would like to ask the fandom to please skim over it to double check that I am not missing anyone/ misspellings, before I post the polls on july 31.

I took the liberty to group them as is and each app will have its own poll, where you can select as many as you want per poll. There are 18 apps plus those characters who did not make the cut for the official election. I included main characters who had a playable route in English, Japanese or social versions (like the butlers and Mad Hatter). Please do not request sub characters. Maybe we can have another election if this one works out :)

Again send any asks directly to me if you have any questions and concerns. Thank you!

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Study maps tumours’ need for sugar for mobility. Thoughts health innovators? http://bit.ly/1k6SoJa

Cancer cells are gluttons. Researchers have long known that they monopolize large amounts of sugar. More recently, it became clear that some tumour cells are also characterized by a series of features such as mobility or unlikeliness to join in an ordered set.

Challenging The Cold Silence - SDG Memo 430

From: TOSA
SUBJ: Crew Requirements


Per your request at the last meeting of the Spacecraft Design Group, we’ve identified the positions required to effectively staff and maintain the spacecraft (as currently specified) during the Flight.

Mission Specialists

1) Atmospheric System Specialist (AtSpec) - AIRBENDER
The AtSpec will be responsible for monitoring life support systems aboard ARTICLE 5 (referred from here as ‘the craft’), and maintaining awareness of the air supply levels for all crew excursions, with the (projected) ability to supplement them in an emergency. The AtSpec will also assist with the maintenance and monitoring of the cryogenic plant and Secondary Propulsion Systems (SPS).

2) Fluid System Specialist (FldSpec) - WATERBENDER
The FldSpec will hold the main responsibility over the cryogenic plant which will protect the craft during launch and all uses of the Primary Propulsion System (PPS) and SPS. The FldSpec will also be responsible for maintaining fuel and oxidizer supplies to the SPS and maneuvering thrusters during flight operations.

3) Propulsion System Specialist (PropSpec) - FIREBENDER
The PropSpec will serve as primary thrust / instigator for the PPS during launch, OL, descent, return, and IL operations. While launch will be assisted by the presence of the Comet, the PropSpec will require the physical ability and endurance to meet the demands of the mission through all phases of the flight, and will be given training in the maintenance and monitoring of the PPS when not engaged in active flight duties.

4) Structural System Specialist (StrucSpec) - EARTH/METALBENDER
The StrucSpec will monitor the craft’s integrity to verify that undue stress is not being placed on any part of the spaceframe, particularly at the moments of greatest load due to the use of the Comet-augmented PPS. StrucSpec will also be required to assist with landing and return operations by identifying or preparing a suitable area on the lunar surface.

5) Systems Specialist (SysSpec) - AVATAR KORRA
The SysSpec will act as a second PropSpec during launch, OL, and IL, but will also be trained and tasked to augment or replace any of the other Specialists in the event of injury or other emergency.

Command Crew

1) Pilot-in-Command (Mission Commander)
Responsible for flight operations, executive decisions in the absence of ground input, and GO/NOGO for mission operations through the course of the flight.

2) Co-Pilot (Pilot)
Assist with flight operations, primary navigation, computer operation, and maintaining the craft’s instrumentation throughout the mission.

N.B. Bending ability for the Command Crew would be considered a bonus, but is in no way required by their mission duties.

If you can sign off on this, we will continue to the other deliverables for our next meeting.


cc: Mako, L. Beifong, T. Choi

@NCTRUSF: Is transit for dialysis treatment putting too much of a burden on Florida’s transit system?

NATIONAL CENTER FOR TRANSIT RESEARCH Executive Summary  In 2012, Community Transportation Coordinators (CTCs) in Central and Southeast Florida suggested that the increased demand for travel to dialysis treatment had begun to negatively impact their ability to meet the transportation needs of other mobility-challenged residents of their communities.