This video clip was captured by webcam at Mexico’s Colima Volcano on Friday, February 3. The volcano sent a column of ash about 4 kilometers into the air after a strong explosion; early in this clip you can see that the shock wave from the blast kicked up loose ash from much of the cone as it traveled down it.
Barry and her villains have a complex relationship. During their incarceration in the pipeline Barry was one of the only people who visited them, Dr. Wells being the other but they don’t talk about his visits.
Barry tried her hardest to understand her villains and attempt to help them. Even going so far as literally getting a secondary degree, this one in psychology, to attempt to help them.
After Leonard Snart assisted in their breakout from the pipeline the rouges rallied behind him as a kind of leader and moral center of the group.
At one point Slade Wilson discovered Olivers attachment to the Flash and managed to trap her. He broadcast her torture across Central City and threatened to unmask her if the Arrow didn’t turn himself in. Before he could continue the torture the door was broken down. Expecting the Arrow Slade was shocked when a blast of lightning knocked him off his feet and a blast of ice destroyed the machine he was using to torture the speedster. The rouges proceeded to beat Slade badly and Len ended up face to face with a nearly unconscious Deathstroke showing no fear as he proclaimed that the Flash was theirs and that if he so much as touched her again he would personally kill him. Shauna teleported the Flash outside to where a stolen Star Labs van was waiting with Lisa driving it. The whole of Central City witnessed this. Oliver later arrived, too late to be of any help and informed a groggy healing Barry Allen that her relationship with her villains concerned him.
Once when Barry was sent on a trip at work the Arrow temporarily took over the guard of Central. His methods were quite a bit more brutal than hers and any time he managed to catch one of her villains they all complained about mistreatment and inhuman conditions. When Barry arrived back in town two weeks later Len and Lisa showed up at Star Labs saying that if she ever left the city in the Arrows hands again the rouges would riot. Lisa was very upset as her favorite of the rouges, Shauna was now laid up with arrow wounds in both legs. Barry had a firm talk with Oliver about being human towards even the villains. Oliver left Central stating that he preferred Starlings kind of crazy anyway and that Barry seriously needed to examine her relationship with her villains. The rouges celebrated the Flash’s return by returning everything they had stolen in the past two weeks laid out so it looked like a lightning bolt at the Flash museum. The press had a field day.
Flashvibe Week Day 7: Villains/Partners in Crime AU
“God, I love you. And those powers.”
“Being psychic only goes so far. I’d be behind bars if you weren’t with me.”
“Please, like I would let you stay in prison for more than a millisecond.”
The villainous duo, Flash and Vibe, are more than petty thieves. With Vibe’s psychic abilities and powerful shock blasts, and the Flash’s superspeed, the two are an unstoppable pair. They knew that if it were not for the fact that they were dating, they would have been competing against each other in the criminal world. They can get a little side tracked during their heists, mostly with each other.
So, whilst in combat, (my party, for context, is two halflings, a dwarf, a human, and two elves - me being one of the elves) our Human cast “Thunderous Smite” - shouting it as he did so - and whacked the leader of the group of dock workers we’re fighting. It was apparently such a powerful attack that:
DM: “The shock of the blast kills a Seagull, which falls to the ground next to the Dwarf.”
Our Dwarf picks up the Seagull, and aims at the guy the Human hit.
“Hey, laddie!” he shouts (our Dwarf has the equivalent of a Scottish accent) and lobs the Seagull at his target. "I’m literally flipping the bird!“ (Not that the leader can hear, he’s still deaf from the Thunderous Smite)
Dwarf Player, OOC: “Please say I hit him in the face!”
DM: “You don’t hit him in the face.”
Entire party: “Aww…”
DM: “HOWEVER, you hit him square in the chest, and he looks down at his chest. He becomes extremely panicked, as he’s just been hit by a dead bird. He takes 4 points of Psychic damage.”
The entire party burst out laughing, and we had to pause the game so that everyone could recover.
Dwarf: “I mentally scarred a dude with a Seagull Grenade!”
Another point in the same combat, the other elf, not myself, managed to deal a killing blow on one of the lesser enemies. I say blow… She stabbed him with two short swords, very much in the style of Deadpool turning someone into a Kebab. In fact she said “I turned him into a Kebab!"
Then there was a pause and she goes:
Elf: "I’m gonna murder dance.”
Elf: “I want to do a Murder Dance, as my bonus action.”
I thought I would do my thoughts on the trailer pics, plus it gives anyone the chance to comment on your own opinions on each post 👍
It looks like a major storm hits attolon in the area of the rebel base, which looks very odd tbh. The lightning hits an AT-AT and the storm seems to block an orbital bombardment? I’m thinking the bendu could assist the rebels because he’s part of the living force on attolon, and I’m sure @thestarwarseditor had thoughts on this at the start of the 2nd season trailer so credit to him for the original thought. Plus Hera looks shocked about the blasts being blocked, they could have a shield generator but nothing of that source was mentioned in rebels plus it would have to be powerful to block them and where would they have got it if it is a shield generator?
Pyrrha was standing in the middle of the arena as she watched the lifeless body of her opponent, she looked around in horror and shock as the intercom blasted Cinder’s speech. She fell to the ground as she felt all of this to be unreal, a nightmare almost @beacons-newest
Shock blast detonated off the starboard side of USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), September 19, 1987. The test was conducted to demonstrate the carrier’s ability to withstand underwater shock waves. US Navy photo.