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2020.08.16 00:07 Genprey Symbolism of Magia Record: The Cowardly Thief, Karin
The master of this Doppel is cowardly by nature, which is why she gave birth to this stubborn Doppel. It fears losing anything and is fixated on obtaining more. It shares it's proclivity for thievery with its master, and will pilfer anything it can get its hands on, even if those items belong to an ally. This Doppel is extremely greedy and refuses to give up on anything once it has it in its possession.Karin's Doppel is...rather surprising, being a reference to an American film. Looking around, there were 2 notable McDougal that stuck out, one being an adult entertainer, who...I'm about 99% sure we can rule out, and the other being a famous thief portrayed by Sean Connery in the 1999 film Entrapment. McDougal was a notorious larcenist who planned to steal a valuable art-piece from a well-guarded museum. Along with McDougal was his partner, Gin, also a professional thief, the two sharing a similar dynamic as Alina and Karin as masters in their field. A recurring theme with McDougal was his tendency to steal indiscriminately, regardless of if you were his partner in crime or a random stranger.
2019.02.22 15:18 LordIlthari Paladins: Order Undivided Part 36: Face of the Enemy
Be Me, PalaDM, constructer of unnecessarily complicated doorknobs.Next Part
Be the Paladins of Order Undivided minus one, Julian the Proud, Senket the Diligent, Peregrin the Kind, Yndri the Patient, and Jort the Humble. Still reeling in the immediate aftermath of an attack that left a dozen of their kobold allies slain and their friend Kazador captured by a chain devil.
Julian and Senket watch enraged as the tunnel collapses behind the Kyton, leaving them unable to follow. The surviving Kyton, crippled by Julian, starts to slink away, but Yndri sees it and places an arrow through its ankle, pinning it to the ground.
Julian hears its scream and approaches, Vengeful Spirit in hand. He strikes the devil with the flat of the blade and throws it to the ground before placing his boot on its throat. “You devils love deals, don’t you.” He hisses through clenched teeth. “Here’s my one and only offer. Tell me where your partner is taking Kazador and I will send you back to the hells in as relatively painlessly a way as I can manage. Don’t, and I start burning pieces off until you talk, and then I destroy you, permanently.”
The devil opens its mouth to talk, when the stigmata on its hand flares into light again, burning red into the night. It speaks, but not with its own voice, but a deep, reptilian rasp, very much like Kazador’s, except like it’s coming from a mountain.
”The dragonborn is mine, son of Celestia, and I part not with my property lightly.” The Burning Lord speaks through his servant’s tongue. “You shall also be added to my collection, as will the elf. The halfling and devil will prove interesting bargaining chips, and the kobolds shall be slaughtered for their heresy against me. I shall occupy the abbey and rule over all these lands.”
”You royally suck at negotiation, or intimidation, whatever it is you’re trying to do.” Yndri says, crossing her arms.
”I am not negotiating. Merely informing you of the inevitable future that you might have time to prepare yourselves. Out of respect for your abilities and your service to me in destroying Cluny, I grant you this mercy.”
”You haven’t taken the abbey, or us yet.” Senket tells the voice.
”No. But I have determined that this is the outcome I desire, and what I desire I shall procure. Your skills and weapons are insufficient to defeat me. I have observed this as even that fearsome sword of yours is unable to pierce the creatures I gave life from my detritus. You will come for your friend, and I shall crush you. For this is my will.”
”We shall see.” Julian says coldly, before driving Vengeful Spirit into the devil’s face, killing it and breaking the connection.
The paladins regroup, heal up, and evaluate the situation. Fourteen kobolds are dead, almost all the eggs have been recovered intact and the supplies are still in fairly decent shape. They’re still a week from the abbey and Kazador is being dragged further and further away by the moment. Tensions are running high.
”You heard what he said, he’s after us and it’s only a matter of time before there’s another attack and more deaths!” Senket shouts at Julian as they discuss. “We should be getting Kaz back and bringing this foe down.”
”He also said he was going to wipe out the kobolds, and he was going to attack the abbey. If he decides to deal with that before us while we’re separated, then they’ll be defenseless. We don’t have a clue what he is or what he’s capable of. We can’t just rush in.” Julian counters. His voice is calm and icy cold, his face a calm mask, but clearly a mask.
”We have no choice but to rush in unless you plan on leaving Kaz to die!” Senket responds, getting up close in Julian’s face. The Aasimar snaps and hits her in the chest, not dealing any damage but throwing her back across the meeting ground. Senket goes for her mace and Julian his sword before Yndri and Jort phyisically hold them both back.
”Enough.” Peregrin commands them, hazel eyes dangerously sharp. He does not raise his voice, but that almost makes it worse. “We are not leaving Kazador to die. Nor are we going to rush in without a plan. Neither will we allow worry to drive us to such behaviors as this. Sit down.”
Even the stubborn tiefling and the rebellious aasimar stop, though they keep glaring daggers at one another. They sit, and Peregrin pours everyone some tea. Nobody touches it.
”It is obviously imperative that we both direct the kobolds back to Hearthfire and assemble its defenses. We must also pursue Kazador before the trail goes cold. As these two tasks require us to be in two places at once, it seems we must divide our forces.”
”I’ll lead them back and hold down the fort.” Jort says, and the others turn to him. “I’m the only one here with command experience in a siege and the best suited to getting the kobolds to coordinate if we’re attacked again.”
”You do realize if you’re attacked you’ll be all on your own.” Yndri cautions him.
”Acceptable. I might not be as good a fighter as the rest of you, but I can hold off an attack long enough for the kobolds to get away. Hells with my invisibility I might even survive it. You’re going to need as much firepower as possible if you’re going to get back Kaz, and I’m the weakest one here.” Jort admits.
”So be it.” Peregrin says with a grim nod. “Now, we need a way to track their movements, the tunnel probably isn’t that long, so if we can find the other exit we can track them from there.”
”I can help with that.” Urik says. The paladins aren’t exactly keeping a private conference, more akin to talking in a circle around a campfire with a whistling teapot in the middle, surrounded by kobolds. And I say akin in the way that someone might be akin to themselves.
”Tunnels, especially one like for big devil, take up space, disrupt ground above. Can track it if know what doing.” Urik explains.
”Right. There’s a plan then. Gather supplies, report to the matriarch, and get ready, we move out in less than an hour.” Peregrin orders, and they jump to it.
In less than half an hour, they are ready to go, and set out, following Urik as he in turn follows the trail. It’s slow going though, and the tunnel goes on far longer than expected. It isn’t until after the sun has risen, past its zeinith, and begun to set again that they find the exit to the tunnel.
”This not possible to dig this quickly.” Urik says, looking over it tiredly. “They cheated!” He pouts, wavering unsteadily on his feet.
The party aren’t doing that well either. They all are quite groggy and have pounding headaches from exhaustion. The slow, tedious work of finding and tracking the tunnel has worn on them a great deal. Even their mounts look tired.
”Right. Yndri. Tracks,” Senket says, still forcing herself to stand up despite her exhaustion. Yndri shakes her head though.
”New moon, not enough, enough…” She snaps her fingers three times. “Light. Yes, not enough light to… to track by.” Sleep, or trance deprivation as it is, has taken its toll on her ability to produce coherent thoughts.
”Wait, wait… “ Peregrin says before he begins to yawn. The adrenaline is run out, and now all that is left is tired and scared and stressed.
”Right… I can make light.” Julian says as he holds up a flickering orb of indigo. It looks like a lightbulb on its last legs and about to go out.
”Right. Tracks.” Yndri says, bending to look. Her vision is blury. She sees the tracks but they don’t make any sense. The grass looks very comfortable though. Her vision blurs, and she drifts off into trance unintentionally in a kneeling position.
”Shit. Julian. Magic?” Senket asks wearily. Julian shakes his head.
”Barely holding light up. Shouldn’t be this tired already. Hungry too. Stra- straaaaaaanzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…” Julian says before he falls asleep into the mud and the light goes out.
Senket looks to Peregrin, who is also already collapsed, curled up into a ball. She looks around and finds it very strange. Yndri said it was dark, but… what lights?
Senket looks beffudled at the swirling faerie green lights all around her, like fireflies but brighter, and all leaving trails of sparkling dust.
The tiny fey chuckle softly to themselves, whisking around to drape blankets of pine needles over the sleeping party, stopping briefly only to whisk away a few shiny baubles here and there from Julian’s components that they fancy. The faeries aren’t malicious, in fact they’re exceedingly smug and self satisfied that their pranks actually helped someone for once.
Well, helped them from their point of view. Keep going that way and you’ll run into the chain monster and the very loud fire breathing thing it’s carrying with it.
The party awakens later, finding themselves wrapped in the faerie blankets and with food and drink set out before them. Fortunately, none of them are foolish enough to eat fey food, and so they distribute jerky and apples so they can eat on the road.
Yndri finds the devil’s trail remarkably easily. A huge bald monster wrapped in chains carrying a five hundred pound dragonborn is hardly stealthy even when they want to be. The trail leads southwards and east, away from the coast and back towards the mountains.
The party moves as fast as they can while keeping up the trail, stopping neither to rest nor to eat. Even Peregrin doesn’t raise a complaint as they keep going past lunch, past tea, and past dinner without break.
They pass through a long dominion of the Seelie fey, watched by many a cloaked faerie and hidden satyr. The merry folk look on curiously, but with the coming of the devil and the grim air around the party, none are quite courageous or foolish enough to waylay them with a prank or an unbirthday party or anything so ridiculous.
As the sun begins to set, the party hears a change in the woods. They become quieter, the fair folk long vanished even from corners of eyes and sideways glances. First that, then the sound of animals cease almost to a whisper. Then the birds stop singing. Then it is deadly quiet.
Until they summit one last hill and look down from the deathly still border into the dominion of the Burning Lord. A scorched vale spanning from a mountain in the south across every foothill in a dozen miles. Every tree has been burnt to the ground, which is white like winter’s snow with ash.
Nothing lives, nothing walks the barren land. There is no real solid border to destruction, no apparent pattern or point. It is as though a child took a magnifying glass that spanned the firmament and burnt the earth like an ant or spider, just to watch it burn.
Or perhaps as though a particularly angsty teenager got their hands on approximately one Apocalypse Now worth of napalm and decided to rebel against existence itself while listening to a lot, and I mean a lot of Linkin Park.
Kazador did in fact regain consciousness once during his journey. Upon doing so he attempted to blast the devil with fire. When this failed, he proceeded to bitch out the devil with such language that if I repeat it, I’m getting banned from this site and put on several different lists.
Fortunately for Kazador, the NSA are not monitoring him, not that they’d need to wiretap him. His tirade is sufficiently loud to shake the trees, cause ripples in streams and ponds forty feet away, and make a devil accustomed to the constant screams of the damned annoyed enough that the Kyton simply strangles him unconscious and does not permit him to regain consciousness until they arrive.
When Kaz finally does regain consciousness, he does so with a pounding headache and generally shitty outlook on life due to repeated strangulation, blunt force trauma, losing most of the skin on one of his arms, and worst of all, alcohol withdrawal.
The room he is in is pitch dark, and he’s hanging upside down, still wrapped in chains. He can’t tell where he is, where the floor is, where the ceiling is, or where the walls are. What he can tell is that he’s not alone, there’s another being in the room, one with an incredibly powerful presence.
The room is hot, but not so much as to be uncomfortable for the flameborn paladin, and there are distinct smells. The solid tinge of hard rock, probably granite, and in similar measure the distinct metallic scent of precious metals, gold, silver, platinum even. There is also the distinct reek of brimstone, strongest around the chains.
Worst though is a smell that sets Kaz’s reptile brain spinning. It is a strong, heavy, sooty smell, like the smoke from a wood burning fire, but bears with it an animal musk. Kaz has a very bad feeling about what exactly he’s been caught by.
”Greetings, Kazador Glamdring, welcome to my lair.” The Burning Lord speaks, in perfect draconic.
”If welcome to you means being strung up like a slab of meat and not offered a drink and a seat then I have some strong words for whoever raised you.” Kazador remarks back. The Burning Lord chuckles and Kazador drops, landing with a clatter and clink on a pile of gold.
Kaz gets to his feet, his weapons are gone, but he still has his armor. The pile of valuables he’s landed in just adds another fact to the list which is pointing towards a seriously worrying conclusion.
”Ah yes, where are my manners. I am afraid I was not as… educated in the fineries of dwarven etiquette as you were little cousin.” The Lord says with a tone that says he’s smirking ear to ear.
”Dwarven has nothing to do with it, unless you’re a bat keeping your guests upright is just common sense, as is inviting them with a letter or a messenger, not a beating.” Kaz says, still looking around, trying to figure out where exactly the voice is coming from.
”Common sense is for lesser beings.” The voice chuckles arrogantly. “That and service.”
”So what, you’ve dragged me here to organize your gold hoard or fight for you? You know my name, but if you knew a damned thing about me you’d know you should have saved the time and killed me.” Kazador responds defiantly.
”Well, yes and no. I don’t really expect you to do anything, except give me some interesting data and possibly die in an amusing manner. You’re the closest thing this land has had to a proper life form in a few centuries, and testing needs be done. That and to draw the rest of the lab rats and toys after you.”
”You mean my friends? Hah, you’re going to regret that.”
”An angel’s son to feed to the hells, a halfling to give to the fey, an elven maid for my plaything, oh, and the devil…” The burning lord laughs, long, hard, and cruelly. “Oh, she will be most entertaining and useful on top of that.”
Kazador blazes with rage, glowing bright red in the dark, so hot is his fury that his mouth foams and the foam turns to steam, the golden hoard he stands upon begins to melt and Blugle, still in his flask, begins to uncomfortably bubble.
The burning lord laughs all the harder for it, taking sadistic pleasure from riling the dragonborn up. “What magnificent rage! No wonder Cluny never stood a chance. Of all the insects I have encountered, you burn brighter than any.” He cackles, delighted to see it. “It is truly impressive, for a pathetic imitation.”
”Ah’m nae imitating anything.” Kazador snarls, his blue eyes violet with bloodwrath. “Come out o’ the dark, an’ ah’ll show you just how got this really burns.”
”Interesting. Very well, I will come out.” The Burning Lord says, and the cavern is lit in scarlet, as the temperature jumps to the interior of a blast furnace.
Kazador shields his eyes from the sudden light, and falls to a knee in the gold as it begins to liquify around him. His scales smoke and steam, as he looks up at a head as big as he is.
Avernius, the Burning Lord stands before him atop his horde. A massive red dragon, not quite yet into the prime of adulthood but far larger than any juvenile, glowing brightly with its own internal heat. An indigo eye, the size of Kazador’s head regards him, like an open cauldron of hellfire. Avernius reaches up with a talon as long as a gladius and lifts Kaz’s face upwards.
The scales and flesh beneath warp, melt, and scar like under a branding iron as the talon forces the paladin’s head up. Kaz looks at a head and in some distant corner of his mind thinks how he really does look like a dragon, he’s quite handsome actually. He is also delirious from the heat.
The intense heat given off by Avernius makes the air shimmer around him, as though Kaz was looking at the dragon through a pool of water. Water, that would be nice right about now. Kaz looks up and sees the dragon’s wings. These are cooler, and can be seen clearly. Wings. Wings, wait, where are his wings?
The dragon is monologuing again. Kaz doesn’t particularly care. His eyes droop and roll to the side. His cloak is gone. Bastards stole it. That’s another grudge. Were his shoulder scales always that thick? Strange. Strange. Why is it getting dark, is the dragon done showing off?
2018.11.26 15:44 burlyprotector All FilmStruck movies that will disappear Nov. 29
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Ariel (1989) 46. Arrowed 47. Arsenic and Old Lace 48. Ashes and Diamonds 49. Au Revoir Les Enfants 50. Auntie Mame 51. Baby Doll 52. Bachelor in Paradise 53. Back to Bataan 54. Ball of Fire 55. Ballad of a Soldier 56. Battleground (1949) 57. Being There 58. Beloved Enemy 59. Berlin Express 60. Beyond the Rocks 61. Bhumika 62. Bicycle Thieves 63. Big Jim McLain 64. Billy Budd 65. Billy Liar 66. Billy Rose's Jumbo 67. Black Hand 68. Black Legion 69. Blaise Pascal 70. Blood and Sand 71. Blossoms in the Dust 72. Blue (1993) 73. Bobby Bumps Starts for School 74. Boccaccio '70 75. Body Heat 76. Boiling Point (1990) 77. Bold King Cole 78. Bonnie Prince Charlie 79. Brainstorm 80. Bringing Up Baby 81. Broadway Rhythm 82. Bulldog Drummond 83. Bullitt 84. Bundle of Joy 85. Butter Lamp 86. Cabaret 87. Camille (1921) 88. Capricorn One 89. Captains Courageous 90. Caravaggio 91. Carnival of Souls 92. Cartesius: Part 1 (a.k.a. Descartes) 93. Cartesius: Part 2 (a.k.a. Descartes) 94. 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Lon Chaney: Behind the Mask 309. London After Midnight 310. Looker 311. Love (1927) 312. Love Affair (1994) 313. Love Affair 314. Love Finds Andy Hardy 315. Love in the Afternoon 316. Love in the Time of Cholera 317. Love Me or Leave Me 318. Lucky Partners 319. Ma (2015) 320. Madame Bovary 321. Madame Curie 322. Mafioso 323. Magnet of Doom 324. Major Dundee 325. Mammy Water 326. Man Bites Dog 327. Mandi 328. Marius 329. Marriage - Italian Style 330. Mary of Scotland 331. Mata Hari 332. McCabe & Mrs. Miller 333. Meet Me in Las Vegas 334. Meet Me in St. Louis 335. Miao Miao 336. Midnight Mary 337. Mikey and Nicky 338. Minutes, Episode 1: The Robbery 339. Minutes, Episode 2: Marty <3 Katie 340. Minutes, Episode 3: Parent Teacher 341. Minutes, Episode 4: Cory Comes to Christmas 342. Minutes, Episode 5: The Stop 343. Minutes, Episode 6: Native Stand Up 344. Mockery 345. Moi, Un Noir 346. Mona Lisa 347. Monsieur Hulot's Holiday 348. Moran of the Lady Letty 349. Morning Glory (1933) 350. Moses and Aaron 351. Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House 352. Mr. Lucky 353. Mr. Wu 354. Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter 355. Mrs. Miniver 356. Mrs. Parkington 357. Mrs. Soffel 358. Murder Ahoy 359. Murder at the Gallop 360. Murder Most Foul 361. Murder She Said 362. Mutiny on the Bounty 363. My Brilliant Career 364. My Favorite Wife 365. My Night At Maud's 366. Münchhausen 367. Nadja in Paris 368. Neapolitan Carousel 369. Nenette et Boni 370. Never So Few 371. Night Nurse 372. Ninotchka 373. Nishant 374. None but the Brave 375. North by Northwest 376. Not Reconciled 377. Nothing Sacred 378. Ocean's 11 (1960) 379. Odd Man Out 380. Of Mice and Men (1939) 381. Olympia Part One: Festival of the Nations 382. Olympia Part Two: Festival of Beauty 383. On Approval 384. On Golden Pond 385. Once Upon a Tractor (part of TV series) 386. Onibaba 387. Operation Pacific 388. Our Time 389. Out of the Past 390. Outrageous! 391. Overlord 392. Paisan 393. Panama Hattie 394. 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2018.10.13 22:02 autotldr Ajax teacher accused of sexually assaulting 10-year-old student
Published Thursday, October 11, 2018 10:28AM EDT Last Updated Thursday, October 11, 2018 8:42PM EDT. An Ajax elementary school teacher is facing charges after police allege she sexually assaulted a male student last year.
According to investigators, the teacher allegedly sexually assaulted a 10-year-old boy at Da Vinci Public School during the 2017-2018 school year.
Police said Wilson, who is also known by students as Krystal Clunis, currently works at Roland Michner Public School and previously worked at Vincent Massey Public School and Dr. SJ Phillips Public School in Oshawa as an occasional teacher.
In a statement released Thursday, the Durham District School Board said it is cooperating with investigations by both the Durham Children's Aid Society and the Durham Regional Police Service.
A note was sent home Thursday to parents of children in all the schools where Wilson previously worked.
"Each school are sending communications home to parents and guardians today to provide an update. We will continue to work with our community partners until this investigation is concluded," the statement read. "All students and parents with information have been directed to contact the officer in charge of the investigation."
2018.03.28 01:19 autotldr A 125-year-old U.K. team is fighting a New York real estate developer, who also just trademarked the team name
SUBSCRIBE. LONDON - A sea of blue and pink erupts as wide midfielder Nyren Clunis prods the ball into the net, scoring Dulwich Hamlet Football Club's third goal on this freezing, snow-flurried afternoon.
The 125-year-old club's very existence is under threat from what it says is a bullying, multi-billion-dollar New York property company that wants to knock down its Champion Hill stadium to build apartments.
The club finds itself at the center of an standoff between the local government and Meadow Residential, the London branch of midtown Manhattan-based Meadow Partners.
Peter John, the leader of Southwark Council, says the motivation behind Meadow's hardball moves is a clear attempt to use the club's future as a bargaining chip and force the development through.
"Meadow would never have committed such significant sums of money to support the club if it did not genuinely believe in its importance and value to the community."
Stadiums like Dulwich's are worth far more to developers than the clubs could ever generate.
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