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Do NOT buy anything from gearbubble! That’s a phishing website! This is just a quick PSA for those who are uniformed on that website. I’ve seen it mentioned here on tumblr before but yeah, any work on there is just to get you to use your card. You won’t ever get anything that’s featured on that website. I know the charity shirt design pops up if you search for it but that’s just a scam, it’s not the real deal. A coworker of mine thought the shirt was sold on that site and had to cancel their card. I don’t want that happening to anyone else. ^^;

anonymous asked:

why are people so violent with the chip reader. you dont need to slam your card into it. if anything thatll prevent it from reading correctly.


I made the cards of the DLC “21″ from RE7~
It was a lot of work to draw this fucking back side fucker clown face…I fucking drawn this by myself xD…

Hey if you want your own card game and trump cards, take a look here~
I sell them in my Etsy shop~

  • Yang: Why have you not slept with Pyrrha yet?
  • Yang: She's impossibly into you and your dumb noodle ways.
  • Jaune: are you kidding
  • Jaune: my v-card just got upgraded to platinum status
  • Yang: oh my god
  • Jaune: i get that a lot
  • Yang:
  • Yang: I'm blocking you.

I can’t wait to see this scene with Jadis. I know some of us aren’t really here for it. But me, personally, I love when a thirsty hoe tries it. Try it, honey! PLEASE TRY IT! Try every combination. Try every recipe. Try every card in your wallet, hoe!


Insufficient funds!!!


Insufficient funds!!!

Jadis gonna hit one of these coming off her little junk pile

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And Michonne gonna be standing there like

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Blaster Blade Exceed [G-LD03/004]

[AUTO](VC):[Counter Blast (1)] When your G unit with “Saver” in its card name Stride during your turn, you may pay the cost. If you do, search your deck for up to one card with “Blaster Blade” in its card name, reveal it, put it into your hand, and shuffle your deck.
[AUTO]:[Counter Blast (1)] When this unit is placed on (VC) or (RC), you may pay the cost. If you do, choose one of your opponent’s grade 1 or greater rear-guards, and retire it.

Story time: this Champs Les Sims game is actually an import from maaaaaany years ago to preserve Andrei’s quest history if he has any.  The save is dated at a time when I used to keep all the travel locations he went to in one save (not a good idea).  Sooo imagine my surprise when I get in and see future descendants and Monte Vista residents and shit in it when this iteration of Andrei has conveniently “forgotten” these people.

The save for JUST France was also over 50 megs, which shouldn’t happen.  So I reset the town, exited, and went in and tore the .nhd file apart…

So much garbage.  So many references to photographs that don’t really exist BUT THEY DO.  Photographs in TS3 are the literal devil.  No one asked my advice, but don’t have your sims take photos of any stripe - no greeting cards, no prom pictures, no photobooth photos, no photos with your sim’s phone or camera, nothing - you’ll thank me later.

The save is now down to 20 megs.  :|  There are still phantom tourists (tourists that belong to games Andrei shouldn’t know about) though which weirds me the hell out and if I didn’t really want to preserve his quest history I’d totally reboot this world, but alas.  xD

And there’s the damned Eiffel Tower for the first time in ever.  Excitement.

Greedy Venom Fusion Dragon
1 “Predaplant” monster + 1 DARK monster whose original Level is 8 or higher
Must first be Fusion Summoned. Once per turn: You can target 1 face-up monster on the field; until the end of this turn, change that target’s ATK to 0, also that target has its effects negated. If this card is destroyed and sent to the Graveyard: Destroy as many monsters on the field as possible, then you can banish 1 Level 8 or higher DARK monster from your Graveyard and Special Summon this card from the Graveyard.

Can Be Found In: Fusion Enforcers (FUEN-EN010)

Many strategies nowadays focuses their Main Deck on gathering materials for any monsters residing their Extra Deck. Depending of the build is no difficult task to do so, as with the many effects to gather the right cards and summon them if needed we can summon our strongest monsters in a matter of few turns. Some monsters might have expensive requeriments on paper, but either they already have the perfect Deck to prepare them right from early game or they’ll gain additional cards to ease their arrival.

“Greedy Venom Fusion Dragon” is a counterpart of the Arc-V dragon “Starving Venom Fusion Dragon”, which can become a stronger and more resiliant offense during the Duel. “Greedy Venom” allow us to temporarily take away the ATK and effects of  a target monster on the field, overall letting us deal clean damage with our attacks as well avoiding any troublesome abilities in the process. If “Greedy Venom” is destroyed its task won’t be over, as in return will destroy all monsters on the field on the field. Not only that, but if we have a Level 8 or higher DARK monster in the Graveyard we can banish it to immediately revive “Greedy Venom” on the spot. Overall a highly devastating Fusion as attacks weakened monsters and wipes out fields if fails doing so, and if we have several high Level monsters in the Graveyard will constantly return against most destructive sources.

Although the materials required makes it look more expensive than “Starving Venom Fusion Dragon”, is actually easier to bring out as the latter requires monsters on the field for its arrival. Predaplants have a focus arround counters to disrupt the opposite field yet offers vital resources to Fusion Summon with, going from “Predaplant Darling Cobra” searching for a Fusion card to “Predaplant Chlamydosundew” taking some shortcuts which includes using an opponent monster as material. When it comes to Level 8 or above monsters to work along with, archetypes such as Malefic or Darklord offers plenty of creatures to achieve the Fusion Summon with not many difficulties. If instead we’re having problems to obtain a high Level DARK monster, “Odd-Eyes Fusion” will let us use one from the Extra Deck if the opponent controls various monsters and we don’t. In late game won’t be more difficult if we work along “Dragon’s Mirror”, using the needed materials straight from the Graveyard.

“Greedy Venom” is a powerful offense from start to finish. Although often will work alone to avoid its destructive effect against our field, its attacks will deal 3300 damage unless the opponent is forced to play defensively. Negating effects can also gives us a breather against troublesome monsters such as “King Tiger Wanghu” or “Naturia Beast” among many others, letting us play our game normally right before we enter the Battle Phase to take them down. The defeat of “Greedy Venom” can become counterproductive for the opponent as wipes out the entire board, specially since this monster can be revived immediately if we have monsters to banish. While by default is no difficult task thanks to one of its materials required, is recommended to use cards like “Trade-In” or “Dark Grepher” to fuel the Graveyard with monsters to keep reviving “Greedy Venom” with.

“Greedy Venom Fusion Dragon” is easily a very tough monster to face against. With several options and shortcuts to Fusion Summon it, “Greedy Venom” will always lead the Battle Phase as weakens any monsters on the field. While this effect can only be used during our turn, the opponent can’t take it easier as in case is destroyed will take the entire board with it. Combine that with its revival effect, and “Greedy Venom” is a highly persistent monster to stay dominant during several turns. But while this Fusion has all the tools to rule Duels with, the fact that there are many non-destructive effects to take care of “Greedy Venom” makes it not as indestructible as might look. Try to keep an eye against effects such as “Compulsory Evacuation Device” or “Castel, the Skyblaster Musketeer”, and “Greedy Venom” will take down the opponent in a few turns or stay on the lead by punishing them after its brief defeat.

Personal Rating: A

+ Removes the ATK and effects of a monster on the field
+ If is destroyed will destroy the field in return and revive itself afterwards
+ Highly supported for its Fusion Summon as well revival effect

- There are several non-destructive effects to take care of it
- Might become dependant of the Graveyard to be constantly revived

Day 3: Scourge

“Okay, so do we all remember the rules?”

Everyone sat around the table, which Dave had alchemized specifically for this purpose.

Vriska grinned as she slouched in her seat. “Of course, Dave.  This is the sacred card game played in your hometown of Texas.  Played with the quadrant symbols, for some reason.”

Terezi cackled in the seat across from Vriska. “Don’t worry, Dave, I’m pretty sure I can ‘Hold ‘em’ with the best.”

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anonymous asked:

Letter writing is a great idea but some parents (mine!) will think this method very impersonal and get very offended, so letters may not always be the best way to go, so make sure you know your parents before you try this. If your parents are like mine, write cue cards and speak to them face to face, and that should work much better. Remember, you don't have to look them in the eye!

There is no wrong way to come out to your parents, everyone’s parents are going to be different. Whatever way works for you.