“Fives, it was Cutup who was good with jokes. Not you.”
“Okay, then what amI good at?”
Rex sauntering in: “Obviously not unloading supplies off that gunship.”
Me: *flies back into the wall Palpatine-style*
How Droidbait got his name. Fives lamenting the fact they aren’t ARC troopers yet, and Echo comforting him about it. A little more Commander Colt. More Riyo Chuchi and Ahsoka. Revan??? And so much more.
Place iron nails in a mason jar. Cut iron nails are
recommended because they rust very easily, but
any iron nails may be used.
Add enough water to cover the nails. Leave this
undisturbed until rust begins to form, typically
within seven to ten days. Although the jar is usually kept shut, it should be opened periodically to
Once the rusting process begins, more water may
be added. Keep the jar in a refrigerator or other
Strain the water and use as needed.
You may continue adding water to the original nails virtually
indefinitely. Some people have a War Water starter lasting
years, akin to a sour dough starter. However, should mold or
bacteria ever form, discard everything, including the jar and
start again from the beginning.
(from The Element Encyclopedia of 5,000 Spells by Judika Illes)
my alternate version of the Battle of Warsaw events, with the marshal Józef Piłsudski in his heavy mech, on the background :) Illustration commemorating the 95 anniversary of
the Battle of Warsaw. This battle is considered by many historians as
one of the most important in the world’s history, since it changed the
fate of Europe and stopped the Red Revolution. After the first world
war, the atmosphere in Europe was filled with revolutionary thoughts.
Bolsheviks decided to take advantage of this situation and started to
move forward to the west with a huge army. Poland was the first country to really be able to show them resistance. Our
independence had only been restored for two years. Even that, Polish army has defeated the Bolsheviks and pushed away the specter of the communism from the Western Europe. Anyone hardly knows
about this and it is a very interesting historical period. This is also
the last time cavalry was so significantly used, hope you like it! Cheers!