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Taking Offers! Balmung Rank 8 FC with a Medium Mists Plot.

Hello!

I have a pretty much unused FC plot/house right now that my Level 8 FC is holding. I’d like to unload the both of them as they hold little to no use for me.

Preferably I’d love to see it go to an FC who’s looking to start up and host active events in the community.

So while highest bidder will certainly grab my attention, a FC hosting events for the community will take priority.

Below are the details!

Rank 8 FC.

Medium FC Plot with House. (furnishings not included)

Over 40,000 FC Credits.

1 Operational FC Airship.

FC Tag/Name Change Available.

Located Close to Merchants, Docks, & Market Board.


Right now I’m just taking offers for it as I’ve sunk a ton of Gil into this place over the past few years and looking to recoup.

Feel free to PM me offers or for further details either through Tumblr PMs here or over Discord ID: Stormrider#9477 (Discord Preferred)

Thanks!

Okay but like I love the idea of just a dancer AU with the egos

Wilford: Totally a master at dancing in high heels (look up Yanis Marshall for a good example). He’s just good at keeping his balance and moving his body because he’s just a wiggly noodle tbh.

Google(s): They would be good at popping, since they can control the spastic movements quite easily, moving like the robot they are, but still looking human. (Look up Dytto Barbie World of Dance for a good example)

Doctor: He would be a belly dancer (Look up Turkish male belly dancer Zadiel for example) It’s a way for him to keep in shape as it only takes up what little free time he has and doesn’t cost him an arm and a leg like a gym would.

Host: He would be a great tango dancer (example: TANGO- Natali and Ramon (Batum)) He can predict his partner’s moves, and it gives him a small time where he can show his dominant and menacing side like when he was the Author since the dance is so powerful and intimidating.

Bim: He would seem like one who adores ballet, and he does, but he much prefers jazz dance as the music is more soothing and he feels he gets more of a work out from it. (example: Paulina Macias - Toxic - Jazz Solo 2014)

Yandere: Though technically not a traditional style, they would be amazing at dancing to vocaloid songs (example:【MIRROR】drop pop candy【KuzuMoch 】) as it is a way to seem cutesy to their senpai. (there’s also p l e n t y of yandere songs for them.)

King: He would love to ballroom dance. (example: Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud [Official Video]) He’s not the best, but he can certainly charm someone as he proclaims ‘A King must know how to sweep someone off their feet!” while he somewhat graceful spins them around the room.

Dark: Despite it seeming feminine and not suited for men to most, Dark is a ballet dancer. (example:  Sergei Polunin, “Take Me to Church” by Hozier, Directed by David LaChapelle) He’s one of the best through talent and manipulation, and he doesn’t seem to be losing his title any time soon. He’s almost entrancing as he moves across stages, but it could simply be the hypnotic aura always following him.

I’m still thinking about other potential hosts on Night Vale Community Radio.

Two morning presenters who start their broadcast by screaming a welcome to the rising sun before casually discussing what they had for breakfast that morning and what books they’re currently reading. By the way, they are totally girlfriends, and are actually taking turns reading chapters of the same book to one another, but love to fill the empty hours with their plot theories for their listeners’ work commutes.

A weather person who mostly mopes in the corner of their booth, as no one can ever hear them over the music.

An afternoon broadcaster who takes his job extremely seriously and delivers punctuational, to-the-minute updates on top news stories. Only, they seem to be for a town somewhere in France, and so no one is sure how accurate they actually are, or if he’s aware he’s not in said town.

A late-night host who is perfectly aware no one listens to his show, and so has taken it upon himself to learn a new skill every week rather than really present. So far he’s got juggling down, though it sounded a bit weird on radio, and had a blast practicing the saxophone. He’s planning on perfecting his mime act next.

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Our best guess right now is it’s some kind of virus which is causing this neurological disorder.Now,when…when a typical virus attaches itself to its host it duplicates,right?It spreads,essentially hijacking the host.A virus is alive.It has an intelligence.That’s not…That’s not unusual.What is so unusual here,this virus…the infected hosts seem to be communicating.It has some sort of a hive intelligence,and it’s connecting all the hosts.

Chapter Six: The Spy

Our Favorite Sci-Fi Audio Dramas

The producers of PURE are big fans of audio drama podcasts. Some of the best sci-fi serialized stories are being told today in audio form. And because this genre of storytelling is more logistically accessible to creators, great stories are being told that may never have been able to come to fruition otherwise. Here is a fun, little list of some of our favorite sci-fi audio dramas that we highly recommend.

Wolf 359
by Kinda Evil Genius Productions
Set on board the U.S.S. Hephaestus space station, the dysfunctional crew deals with daily life-or-death emergencies, while searching for signs of alien life and discovering there might be more to their mission than they thought.

Life/After
by GE’s Podcast Theater, written by Mac Rogers
A man attempts to cope with his wife’s sudden death only to find himself hooked on and haunted by her old audio posts on social media. 

Limetown
by Two Up Productions
Ten years ago, over three hundred men, women and children disappeared from a small town in Tennessee, never to be heard from again. A reporter explores what happened to the people of Limetown and gets wrapped up in a conspiracy no one could have imagined. 

EOS 10
by Justin McLachlan
The hilarious stories of two maladjusted doctors and their medical team aboard an intergalactic travel hub on the edges of deep space — along with a deposed prince who’s claimed the food court kitchen as his new throne.

Steal the Stars
by Tor Labs, written by Mac Rogers
Two government employees guarding the biggest secret in the world: a crashed UFO, fall in love and decide to escape to a better life on the wings of an incredibly dangerous plan.

Ars Paradoxica
by Mischa Stanton, written by Daniel Manning and various guest writers
When an experiment in time goes horribly awry, Dr. Sally Grissom finds herself stranded in the past and entrenched in the activities of a clandestine branch of the US government.

Tanis
by the Public Radio Alliance & Minnow Beats Whale
As a podcast host pursues what he thinks might be one of modern society’s last true mysteries hidden in obscure works of science fiction, he stumbles across a world that bridges the gap between sci-fi and fantasy. 

Rabbits
by the Public Radio Alliance & Minnow Beats Whale 
Carly Parker attempts to find her missing friend Yumiko, who seems to have vanished while playing the most complex alternate reality game of all time.

The Strange Case of Starship Iris
by Procyon Podcasts, created by Jessica Best
In 2189, Earth narrowly won a war against extraterrestrials, but at a tremendous price. Two years later, in a distant patch of space, a mysterious explosion kills nearly the entire crew of the science vessel Starship Iris. The only survivor is Violet Liu, an intrepid, sarcastic, terrified biologist.

Welcome to Night Vale
by Nightvale Presents, written by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor
A radio show host presents community updates for a small desert town, featuring local weather, announcements from the Sheriff’s Secret Police, mysterious lights in the night sky, dark hooded figures with unknowable powers, and cultural events.

MarsCorp
by Definitely Human
A clever comedy following Station Supervisor E.L. Hob’s first year at MarsCorp, a terraforming colony established on the red planet in 2070.

The Bright Sessions
by Lauren Shippen
A mysterious psychologist provides therapy for patients with supernatural abilities as their struggles, discoveries, and motivations are revealed.
Disclaimer: Of course we’re biased because our two lead actors, Julia Morizawa and Briggon Snow star in this audio drama. But it’s still one of our favorites.

And there are many more! Please share your favorite sci-fi audio dramas so we can find more great content too.

2ND-ANNUAL COMMUNITY SECRET SANTA

hello everybody! after its success last year, i’ve decided to host yet another community Secret Santa! with just over 100 participants in 2016, it’s an excellent way to get into the holiday spirit and meet members of the communities.

for those of you who don’t know, a Secret Santa is a fun holiday gift exchange; essentially, you are secretly assigned a person and you give them a gift. since this is tumblr though, “gifts” consist of things such as positive messages, gifs, fan art, fan fiction, icons.. etc! that’s entirely up to you as a Secret Santa.

TO JOIN, YOU MUST FILL OUT THE FOLLOWING FORM.

the event will be open for entry until November 30th. at that point i will close the form and use its results to send you your person on December 1st in your tumblr IMs/messages.

once you get your person, you are responsible for sending them one “gift” on 12/25, at which point you can reveal your identity. although it is not required this year, i highly recommend interacting with your person on anon throughout the month. get to know them and what they like… it’ll help you choose your gift!

full rules & details can be found in the form itself, the Guide, and the FAQ. please read & review those before sending me any questions.

have fun guys! happy holidays
- megs


if you want to prevent spam or need to find info about this year’s event, you’ll find it within #secret santa 2017. you are more than welcome to blacklist this tag if you don’t want it flooding your dash, and please tag related posts with that if you choose to discuss it yourself.

I haven’t figured out that much for myself yet, and I have no clue who could be the murderer yet, but I do want to point out something.

At around 14:23 in the video the detective told us that Mark’s body had disappeared, but we clearly saw that it was already gone at 9:48.

As far as we know, the detective was the last person left with the body. He could have easily done away with it. Futhermore he said that he wanted to run a few more… “tests” on Mark. I know that could have just been said as a joke, but it was quite an ambiguous way of putting it. We don’t know exactly what he meant. All I’m saying is that he would have had the perfect opportunity to REMOVE evidence from the crime scene.

Also, as I mentioned before, we saw that the body had already gone missing before the detective told us it was. As Tyler, or the butler, lead us down to the bar. All I’m wondering is, how did he not see that? We walked right by it; he simply must have. And if he was as upset as he portrayed he was, he should have reacted to it. The only explanation I can think of for that is he himself was trying to hide that the corpse was gone.

To me it seems like Tyler was only trying to distract us for a moment. He talked about how he wanted to show us something, only to tell us to avert our eyes once we reached the bar. What was the point in that? There wasn’t really anything down there in the first place either.

Anyway, in conclusion to this post, I have a suspicion that the butler and the detective could have been working together, and he asked Tyler to get us out of the way while he messed with the crime scene. He did ask us to go away to question the other guests after all, while he was left alone with Mark.

Thoughts?

@markiplier

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AN ANGEL AMONG US:

Armani Crews, who turned 6 earlier this month, had been begging her parents for “a few months” to feed homeless people in her community, but her parents thought “she was joking,” her mother, Artesha Crews, told ABC News.

“I said, ‘OK, we’ll make some sandwiches,’ to which Armani said, 'No. I want the same thing we’d have at my birthday party,’” her mother recalled.

Even when her father, Antoine, informed her that if she wanted to go through with this, she wouldn’t get a birthday gift, the girl, whose birthday was March 5, persisted.

So the Chicago family spent about $300 buying food to deliver to homeless people in the city’s East Garfield Park neighborhood. They purchased chicken, fish, spaghetti, corn, green beans, mashed potatoes, rolls, cake, cookies, fruit and water.

After Armani mentioned her plan at the family’s local church, congregation members donated other items to create care packages for the homeless. Each care package included a toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, hand sanitizer and a snack, such as a granola bar.

Armani’s birthday party was a success, with the family feeding more than 125 people who gathered.
In a statement, the kindergarten student told ABC News, “It was nice to be nice.”

Her mother added, “She was excited. She was happy. Everybody was being fed. …One of the gentleman said he hadn’t had a hot meal in a long time.”

Now the 6-year-old wants to host another community meal for the homeless. Her mother said the family plans to return to the park “within the next couple of weeks.”

via: http://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/year-feeds-homeless-throwing-birthday-party/story?id=46079836

Hikaru: We are both interested in taking you to the Valentine’s dance, but we are also brothers.
Kaoru: It is of utmost importance we protect that brotherhood from the stresses of courting you, so we’re trying to be as direct and above-board about this as possible.
Both: Will you go to the dance with one of us, and if so, which one?
Haruhi: Okay, we need to get something straight first. This is the cutest thing that’s ever happened to me.