Here we have the first promotional artwork for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Ubisoft’s Switch-exclusive turn-based combat RPG. I don’t know why any of this exists, but it does, somehow.
Shout-outs to ComicBook.com for coming through with the full image, and to Laura Kate Dale for continuing to take shots at all the naysayers from when she promised back in January that the game was coming lmao.
You know what pisses me off about the Manchester attacks?
It was children that were the victims.
Innocent children’s lives were taken that night.
Imagine how excited they must have been coming home from primary and their parents getting them ready for the concert.
Imagine the students that had just finished their English exam or geography exam just enjoying the music hopeful to meet their idol that night.
Or the people who travelled all over the country because it was the closest place they could book to see Ariana.
Just imagine the sheer fucking terror that they must have felt in that moment.
The uncertainty that they might not see their families again. It sickens me.
It’s even worse that people are trying to use it as an excuse to justify their beliefs about people who are islamic.
The religion isn’t barrbaric and the people who practice their faith just like any other person across the world who are entitled to practice their faith isn’t the reason why this terrible event happened.
The people who take the beliefs of others and bend it to fit their own agenda are the barrbaric ones. In any religion you will find people willing to go far enough to bend the teachings of a religion to commit such vile acts so they feel justified.
What happened last night was earth breaking for everyone across the UK and I (as well as many of you) hope that this doesn’t make us weaker and that we finally stand up for ourselves and not shy away from this bullshit that is commited everyday.
Thank you to everyone that helped save everyone in that horrendous situation and to the people of Manchester willing to open their own homes and car doors to complete strangers to make sure they’re safe and that they will be reunited with their family this is an awful event and I hate to have seen too many innocent lives lost in just one night.
The same thing can be said for the terrorism that was seen in Marawi, Bangkok, and Syria.
(Boi I am so mad and so upset for everyone involved I can’t even get everything I want to say down)