old fighters

I got the honor to participate in @jojofanzine (which is an awesome project btw thanks for having me!) a while back so I drew as many best girls as possible from Jojo which is hard bc all the girls are best girls.

No one knows where that treasure chest is but me.
—  Forrest Fenn, an 85-year-old millionaire, former Vietnam fighter pilot, self-taught archaeologist, and successful art dealer.

Fenn is a millionaire who hid a treasure chest in the Rocky Mountains. Adventure seekers look for clues based on a poem he published in his book, The Thrill of the Chase, with hopes of claiming the million-dollar treasure.
Sex Bingo

So I’m still playing my slutty Half-Orc Grag, who is currently playing Sex-Bingo with all the races. She’s got all the normal races with about half ticked off in one column, and a second column for bonus races (angels, demons and anything shaggable she encounters, i.e. the Sorcerer’s magic house). There’s this one awful creepy old dude who’s a recurring NPC and even my Half-Orc won’t shag him. She once punched him in the nose and he’s been basically in love with her ever since - Oh he’s called Hershal. I was absent for one session and they went on an adventure without me. On my return…

Grag: So what happened?

*Party looks at each other*

Tiefling Fighter: Remember Hershal?

Grag: Ugh, yeah, I remember him.

Tiefling Fighter: Turns out …he’s an Angel.

Grag: What? But he’s all gross and old and -

Tiefling Fighter: Yeah no, he transformed and it turns out he’s amazingly attractive and brave and strong and stuff…

Grag: *Looking at sex bingo* I DIDN’T HAVE AN ANGEL. I COULD’VE HAD AN ANGEL! Wait, this isn’t over, where is he?

*Party looks at each other again*

Dragonborn Cleric: He charged into a one way portal to the Abyss and sealed it behind him.

We did eventually get to the Abyss ourselves and found Hershal. Turns out time moves differently in there and he’s now back to being old, gross and smelly again. Grag was too depressed to even comment.

Colonel Robin Olds with his F-4C after the success of Operation Bolo, this day in 1967. Using electronic warfare devices to disguise 28 F-4Cs of the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, 16 MiG-21s of the Vietnam People’s Air Force were lured into attacking what they thought were bomb-laden F-105s participating in Operation Linebacker. 7 MiG-21s, almost half of the North’s total MiG-21 inventory, were shot down with no American Phantoms destroyed. The success of Bolo led to the grounding of North Vietnamese interceptor flights for a time, and a total reworking of fighter tactics under the tutelage of Chinese and Soviet advisors.

Vintage postcard showing the Fox Carthay Circle Theatre, in the western part of the Wilshire district of Los Angeles, an area now known as Mid-City West.

Though, as a rule, most Bat-Man franchises served a specific territory with no geographical overlaps, somehow the Wilshire district of L.A. found itself with eight competing Bat-Man crime-fighting outlets, causing much chaos and confusion, and directly resulting in the subsequent banning of superheroes altogether from the Greater Los Angeles area.