I had forgotten how huge my laptop actually is. oO
Not that mom's notebook isn't annoyingly small, but this suddenly seems almost excessive.
"This doesn't look easy. But I bet it is!"
"Optimism through stalwart skepticism is a defect not everyone is lucky enough to be cursed with."
Bladder - Minor damage to a bladder
Bladdera - Moderate Damage to a bladder
Bladdaga - Heavy damage to a bladder
Bladeo - Does wind damage to bladders
Blake - Does earth damage to bladder
Blami - Causes gravity to really squeeze that bladder
Blare - Cause extreme damage to one bladder
Bladima - Causes extreme damage to many bladders
Blada - Heals minor bladder damage
Bladura - Heals moderate bladder damage
Bladuga - Heals heavy bladder damage
Bladgen - Heal bladder over time
Blasua - Cures diseases effecting bladders
Blaife - Returns a bladder to life
Blaste - Speeds up the time between needing to urinate
Blow - Slows down the time between needing to urinate
Blop - Makes it to where you need not urinate for a time
Blafuse - Make someone lose control of their bladder
Blaserk - Make someone urinate continuously
Bladeath - Kills a bladder
Blatect - Protect your bladder from physical attacks
Bladell - Protect your bladder from magic
Blaflect - Returns magic targeting you bladder at the caster
Yeah I give up. They would need like a bajillion UNs to take it out. And they would all have to work.
The Reapers spoilers:
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preserve species by using them to make new Reapers. They would make a biomechanical being of the species they destroyed, adding it to their own collective. The Collectors were simply Protheans they changed, much like the various creations you fight in Mass Effect 3. Of course they were abandoned - those beings were simply tools, not the 'Protheans' who 'ascended' to make a new reaper.
Not like the Reapers were using Husks, Cannibals, and other things like that as stuff to make Reapers. Nope.
The proof of this is the attempt to create a 'human' Reaper in Mass Effect 2.
Somewhere out there, there are Reapers containing the biological data of every race they've destroyed. The Reapers view this as helping the race 'Ascend' into a more advanced state. That's what 'Ascension' is - it's pretty well spelled out by Harbinger (who may very well be a 'Prothean' reaper, considering he was the fellow controlling them) and other stuff all through the series.
So they take in the species, preserving their biological data as a new Reaper, and let new species grow in their place.
Never said it was a great idea. And the Catalyst points out that spoilers:
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it's not the way to a perfect life form - that someone needs to do a true synthesis of machine and biological for that, which is obviously something the Catalyst's race never managed. Hence their 'solution', which kept biological life from being utterly wiped out by machine life until a race with the capacity to surpass them and 'solve' the puzzle came along.
That would be Shepard.
Hope you feel better soon.
Good night out, the bar had a nice vintage whiskey behind the counter which I supped more then my fair share off (well they will put it up for sale)
Good God man! Why are you slapping a monkey.
Foley, Stop healing the assassin!!!
I managed to get a good bit of reading done today at work (that was how slow it was) and finished Battle Royale, which I started a few months ago. I have to say it was really good, and overall my favorite character would have to be Inada, whose first (and last) appearance depicts her believing that she was a magical girl.
Quote of the Month
"Stand back boy! This calls for divine intervention!...I kick ass for the Lord!"
- Father McGruder, Braindead
So. Who wants a Magical Girl RPG?
It's a lie! My pants were off the entire time!