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  1. I mean, 'generic fantasy' is not that crazy to do well. Darkest Night is and feels brilliant despite the tropes. Folklore steals from Witcher and still makes it work. Mage Knight takes generic fantasy and still makes the world feel varied and alive. And then there's Too Many Bones that simply spices generic fantasy adventure up.l by focusing on a mix of two generic races.
  2. After replaying Battle for Middle Earth II RotWK recently, after all these years I still wish somebody like Creative Assembly would get the rights to make a proper, new real-time strategy game based on LOTR. The Shadow of Mordor games and War in the North were good, but I for one wish all the time we could get a new RTS game. Anyone agree? At this point they could provide all sorts of stories and campaigns spanning centuries.https://192168ll.onl/ https://xender.vip/ https://testmyspeed.onl/
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  4. Some brief background info - I'm more of a casually practicing witch due to time constraints, but I'm gradually getting more deeply involved in the craft. I've always felt deeply connected to nature and crystals and the like (the type of child who would pick up and collect little stones and pinecones from the woods and keep them in a box). Being in university I don't have much time to practice, but my family has always been supportive of my interests and they recently gifted me a crystal ball.vidmate mobdro word counter
  5. My wife and I have both attempted to register on the Fireborn.org boards but never received our confirmation emails. We have checked our spam filter and it was not held up there. Sadly we also could not find a location on the boards to contact anyone, so we came here. Hopefully someone might come across this that is able to help. Thanks much, and happy gaming.fedloan irs.gov easybib
  6. I'd love to see novels based in Terrinoth. Anyone else? I know it was hinted at during this years In Flight Report, but I also hope FFG is planning a World Book for Terrinoth similar to the one for Android.whatsapp web routerlogin
  7. Oh man. My heart. Anyone who has read it now that it is out - what do you all think?fedloan irs.gov easybib
  8. I think the only acceptable viewing order for a first time watcher is 4,5,6,1,2,3,7,8,9. THEN anthologies. Don’t put Rogue One and Solo in between 7 and 8. Leave them until after the main series. The anthologies are for people who have had plenty of exposure to the universe and are intricately familiar with all the deep lore references. Inserting them in between the sequels is bound to confuse a first time watcher.whatsapp web whatsapp plus routerlogin I do not think a first time watcher should watch in chronological order. First off, the prequels assume some familiarity with the universe and the inevitability of the story conclusion. Second, while new viewers may be familiar with the Vader reveal, they might not know the Leia reveal, and this ruins the surprise for them. Finally, from a filmmaking perspective, chronological order jumps from a newer style of filmmaking to an older style and then jumps to an even newer postmodern style. It’s jarring and risks the possibility of alienating the viewer from appreciating the originals because “they’re older” and the filmmaking might not “be as exciting”. It’s better to watch it in release order to subconsciously appreciate how the filmmaking of the franchise evolved over 40 years. The worst viewing order for me, however, is machete order. That just doesn’t make sense for a first time watcher and is bound to confuse them. It feels like a desperate attempt to make the story all about Anakin instead of a story about Luke THEN a story about Anakin. I respect George’s ideas, but one thing that has rubbed me the wrong way is that “Anakin is the central character” and how so many people have latched onto that. I prefer to think of the saga more as the story of an ENTIRE FAMILY instead of one man’s family and his legacy. Now if you’ve already watched the movies, chronological order is perfectly acceptable. I plan to do a chronological viewing of only the main saga films in the lead up to IX. What are your thoughts? Would love to hear alternative opinions.
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