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  2. Enjoy the design. I will make a design all mine for the second and for the third I will do a star trek 3d chess. Any suggestions or thoughts, please and all are welcome to join in. I used, Figuro to create and hosted on SKetchfab. Richard Murray Chesstable 01 by richardmurray3d on Sketchfab
  3. @SpeakHerTruth yeah, dungeons and dragons is a game built for escapism. People when they play the board game are imaging themselves other things in other worlds. It is literally for the fun of adventure so if the film focuses on that it will probably do well. The only worry is the lack of logic, dungeons and dragons players like rules, the game has rules. the film, if it doesn't break rules it makes itself, then I think the global fanbase to the board game will be satisfied. I never heard of one night ultimate werewolf, thanks for sharing, please post in the group your expanded thoughts to ONUW in a post:) cool, i like monopoly too
  4. I probably won't ask a question since I've never been into dungeons and dragons, but the movie looks very interesting. I might have to give that a looksee. In terms of boards games I'm more of a One night ultimate werewolf kinda woman. lol I also love monopoly, trouble, and others.
  5. Got a question for the cast of Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves? They may have answers! Submit your questions here < https://entertainment.tumblr.com/ask > , and tune in for their Answer Time on March 30th at 11am PT / 2pm ET, before the film opens wide on March 31st. U.R.L. https://entertainment.tumblr.com/post/711937110429532160/got-a-question-for-the-cast-of-dungeons-dragons In Amendment many black people love video games, love board games, love card games, and yet, I have never seen a board game like dungeons and dragons implemented by black people. Yes, Dungeons and dragons has an open world structure meant for any human to play in it, but rivals for games are made all the time. Just wondering. Also, will you ask a question ?I placed mine below Do any of you play the Dungeons and Dragons board game and will you play a character like the one you play in the movie or another? What do you think about a version of the Dungeons and dragons board game based on the movie, upon success and sequels, will it be an uncommon synergy between film and games? Honor among thieves seems a introduction to a world but not an origin story, am i wrong or right, and will that make sequels/derivative works more fun or creative?
  6. exactly, @SpeakHerTruth anyone who knows a woman who is a competitive martial artists , any style, knows she is muscular. That chun-li has no muscle I can see it the beginning of the story P.B.: "Ohh piglet , I need to get to the honey" Piglet: "Pooh! , that big blue creature is coming for you" P.B. "Don't worry Piglet..I will just sit and be cute " TO BE CONTINUED:)
  7. "Who does this chun-li fight in the street against? pooh bear?:) " No, but for real too funny
  8. referral https://www.deviantart.com/mystic-skillz/journal/Guilty-Force-939049040
  9. third trailer second trailer first trailer POKEMON
  10. 1970s fans rejoice, the high heel has been replaced by the high toe cap https://www.complex.com/style/mario-boots-red-wing-shoes
  11. Mario Day 2023 Animation by knitetgantt https://www.deviantart.com/knitetgantt/art/Mario-Day-2023-Animation-952994700
  12. from Mystic skills https://www.deviantart.com/mystic-skillz/journal/Power-Bout-951936579
  13. Nintendo had a new nintendo direct video and the best news for game players in my home is the following two games. Fantasy Life i and Professor Layton and the New World of Steam. I know some feel fantasy life has a repetitive or boring structure but I don't. I think people enjoy the ability to change lives and functionality in a game like that. I know the new game will have two islands that a character must traverse, but I hope they didn't get rid of the local multiplayer, and I wonder how they will make the crafting. The resistive touch screen of the ds line I like cause while sensitive to force, as it is two screens that complete a circuit by being pressed together , it is better for drawing and fine movements in my view than the capacitive screen which you find in the nintendo switch or most common phones sold in the usa today. The capacitive screen reads the electromagnetic field and thus can be used with a bare finger, but I think that is a dysfunctional technology, personally. And in fantasy life, I can't imagine using my finger to do all the various crafting, that does not please me. and buying a stylus with a piece of metal in it, while is the answer for capacitive screens i call that an extra expense for nothing. But, as it is, I will have to buy the capacitive pen to do the crafting if the crafting is the same and then I will have fun as i did in the original. As for layton, that for me is a classic line. I hope the puzzles are similar but the gameplay is the same. we shall see... FANTASY LIFE I < https://www.fantasylife.jp/fli/ > Nintendo buying page < https://www.nintendo.com/store/products/fantasy-life-i-the-girl-who-steals-time-switch/ > PROFESSOR LAYTON AND THE NEW WORLD OF STEAM < https://www.layton.jp/jouki/en/ > REFERRAL ARTICLE https://www.msn.com/en-us/entertainment/gaming/professor-layton-revival-leads-a-surprise-nintendo-ds-comeback-tour/ar-AA17hp9O
  14. @Rodney campbell I havent played the game or watched the show at all, just cause the game description didn't pull me, i have games i am playing currently or interested in the future. and those apocalypto shows bore me as a writer
  15. It is good. I don't watch The Last Of Us because of the conditioning propaganda, which they included in this skit as well. Were the conditioning propaganda edited out it would be great to watch.
  16. This is just hilarious, from mergirl dunne
  17. I only have two points to make, outside that enjoy as you well 1) the haircut from guile:) I want to see somebody wear that:) 2) Chun-li's arms!!! ahh why? why is it so hard for people to realize that a woman fighter's body is not going to look like barbie. Look at female olympian runners or weight lifters or acrobats, all of them have developed arms, veins/muscles. Look at chun li, come on!!! Who does this chun-li fight in the street against? pooh bear?:) P.S. I don't have an issue with Balrog. He is meant to be an older fighter.
  18. @Rodney campbell yes she does want attention ,she is a body painter who has won competitions for her work
  19. Every gamer has different requirements for enjoying a game. To meet those requirements they have made games that are: Button mashers. Highly graphical. Artistic in design. Story intensive. Shallow. Immersive. Tactical and Strategical. Those elements are then reused and placed into specific themes and genres. Sometimes done very well and sometimes done terribly. My choice for game enjoyment is usually Tactical and Strategical. because in games that are made to be Tactical and Strategical great attention can be given to the Art - Story - Graphics and intensity you will experience. Tactical and Strategical will have all of the very best elements without having to constantly press buttons. Which for me is always a good choice. Games such as Sins Of A Solar Empire which wage war across multiple galaxies and require that you are capable of logistics and resource management as well as ETA of transit vehicles in route across multiple planets and while managing dozens of holding front line positions against no less than nine other factions who can inhabit over a hundred worlds. Well. That takes some serious chops. You will have to be focused. Which is easy to do with the excellent graphics and story which unfolds through your choices. Then there are games like Zombie Defense. A game that pits you against a horde of Zombies intent on destroying whats left of humanity. With only you and your troops holding the line. Every decision matters. What is your priority? Weapons? Income? Personnel? Support? Assistance? Command? Units? Your resources are limited. You cant do it all and you cant have it all. How will you hold the line? Can you hold the line? Similar to that scenario is a game called rebuild. A post apocalyptic survival story driven choice game. Or Invisible incorporated. A top of the line spy game that will test you to your limits and challenge every tactic you can come up with. Also possibly having the best graphics and actions fro that type of a game. My recommendation is always Tactical and Strategy first. If you have a console I highly recommend X-Com in all of its incarnations. I do also play other types of games which provide a completely different gaming experience. But that's another discussion for another TIME. If you find any of these games to your liking or are interested. Give it a go. They are all turn based, and that means you can walk away, and come back to it whenever you need, or want to. Which makes them perfectly oriented for people who have responsibilities. People who would not be able to have any game-time at all. They are safe good clean fun for all ages.
  20. I never played the game but I remember the box cover for the game being a man. It is very telling when they recreate existing characters as opposed to creating a new character, that their agenda is to deconstruct the original and propagandize a new and definitely negative aspect they want to introduce, so they require an established, well known, respected character in order to steal the power from it and make as much of that left over power from it as they can, into their own. SunTzu has a section on this in The Art Of War and it is called just that. Stealing Power. It is the tactic of the weak. Used against the weak. To amass numbers as strength. Because everything about them is a failure. The fact is. Anything that requires an established power source to steal from. Has already failed left to its own devices. Which self defines it as a failure. And in every aspect thereafter it is not only a failure, but a failure and a thief. Although changing a man into a woman reveals far more layers of propaganda and manipulation. Again. Only the weak, the weakminded, and weakwilled will be drawn to it. That is where the spotlight will be and they will finally get the attention they want. It is obvious that artist wanted more attention than they were currently getting. Or else they would have simply used a man as the basis for a man. SunTzu. The Art Of War. Stealing Power.
  21. How Merle Dandridge became the only The Last of Us game actor to reprise role in the series Creators Neil Druckmann and Craig Mazin say the new scenes with Marlene and Ellie in the premiere will bring "a greater payoff" by the end of the show. Nick Romano By Nick Romano January 16, 2023 at 02:20 PM EST Warning: Mild spoilers from HBO's The Last of Us premiere are discussed in this article. Merle Dandridge holds a unique position within the cast of HBO's The Last of Us. The BAFTA Award winner is the only legacy actor from the original video games to play the same role in the live-action series adaptation, that of Marlene, the leader of the rebel group known as the Fireflies. Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson, who originated the roles of Joel and Ellie, will appear as different characters, with Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey taking over as the sci-fi drama's two leads. Jeffrey Pierce, who voiced Joel's brother Tommy in the games, will see Gabriel Luna take over the role he helped originate, but he'll be on hand playing a character newly created for the series. Most of this, obviously, had to do with practicality. "I think Merle Dandridge was probably a bit younger than Marlene was in 2013," series writer and executive producer Craig Mazin tells EW, noting the year the first game released. "Or at least Marlene had gone through the apocalypse. She was a little more weathered and [had] a little more grey in her hair." Dandridge, at 47, is neither weathered nor grey. "Don't ever stand next to her in a picture," warns Neil Druckmann, who created the games and now heads the show with Mazin. "It won't do you anything." "You look like dog s--- next to her, I guarantee you," Mazin agrees. "She's also eternally youthful. It's 10 years later [after the first game's debut] and she does have this wonderful gravitas. So it was really a question of, 'Hey, if we just wig her, I think we're there.' That was an easy one. It's obviously not anything we could contemplate with, say, Troy Baker." Baker, Mazin notes, is "so physically different from Joel," a character described as a hardened survivor who's marked by the traumatic death of his daughter, Sarah (Nico Parker). Twenty years after a fungal brain infection has spread across the globe, transforming victims into zombie-like monsters, Joel is living in a quarantine zone in Boston, where he's tasked with smuggling out a 14-year-old girl, Ellie, who's somehow immune to the virus. "Ashley Johnson is in her 30s and clearly not gonna play a 14-year-old girl, but it was important for us to find space for them [in the show] because they matter," Mazin says. "It's not just about fan service. It's a dramatic genetic connection between the game and the show. They needed to be there." Baker will appear later in The Last of Us as James, a minor character from the games that has been expanded on for the show. He's described as a senior member of a group of settlers who must fight to keep their community alive in the face of increasingly brutal odds. Johnson will play Anna, a pregnant woman, alone and on the run, who must give birth under the most terrifying of circumstances. Pierce will then appear as Perry, described only as a rebel in a quarantine zone. Dandridge is also getting an expanded role, as viewers have already seen in the premiere episode, which dropped on HBO and HBO Max Sunday. Scenes between her character and Ramsey's Ellie confirm that Marlene is somehow linked to the girl's origin story. Druckmann points to an artifact players can find towards the end of The Last of Us game: an audio recording that sheds more light on Marlene's relationship with Ellie. "It doesn't get into the same kind of details as we do in the show, but there is a recording that you could find at the end of the game all the way in the hospital that she spells out some of her relationship with Ellie's origin," he says. "I don't wanna say more to spoil it, but because we don't have to adhere to one perspective — in this part of the game, you're playing as Joel in the quarantine zone, so everything you're seeing is through his eyes — we said, how can we introduce Ellie earlier? That was an opportunity to start showing more of that relationship with Marlene, which then has a greater payoff later because we've established the relationship more explicitly here." PHOTO CREDIT: Merle Dandridge appears as Marleen, her character from 'The Last of Us' video games, in the HBO series. | CREDIT: HBO ARTICLE URL : https://ew.com/tv/the-last-of-us-merle-dandridge-marlene-ellie-origins/
  22. @Rodney campbell said the following at the following post https://aalbc.com/tc/profile/6477-richardmurray/?status=1671&type=status What say you? I will refrain till more reply.
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