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2023.06.09 17:01 snugglemews Nocturne Alchemy: 🌴 Summer 2023 Limited Collection and Resurgence

Happy almost summer. Today is the release day for Nocturne Alchemy (NAVA) Summer 2023 Limited Collection and Resurgence. The collections will be up from June 9, 2023, at 8AM PST and will come down July 28, 2023, at 8PM PST. Ajevie will decant the collection, as will Crypta Obscura. I will edit this to be prettier.
Also, Thoth’s Spring 2023 Archive is still running and will be up until July 3, 2023, at 8PM PST.

Limited Collection

BLEU FELINE COLLECTION

6ml sky blue transparent bottle with black dropper insert and lid.
AEGEAN BLEU
Lemon/Orange zest, Crete Orange Blossom extraction, Tonka Bean, Wild Juniper Berries, eNVie saphir absolute, Vanilla Bean, Bastet’s Musk, Benzoin absolute, and Mandarin Zest.
CYAN BLEU
Oak, Mallow Root, Transylvania Blue Juniper, Vanilla Bean, eNVie saphir absolute, Romanian Clove, Sugar Cookies, Buttercream Frosting, Vanilla Extract, Blue Clove, Kashmir (Studio Limited Originals) Red Musk, and Cemetery Snow (Permanent Collection) absolute: Cemetery Dirt, White Patchouli lite, Sandalwood Musk, and White Cedar Vanilla.
EGYPTIAN BLEU
Patchouli, Dried Date accord, Egyptian Musk, Amber, Sandalwood, Rockrose, Vetiver, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cedarwood, Bastet’s Musk absolute, and eNVie saphir absolute.
PHTHALO BLEU
Black Honey accord, Vanilla smoked Sandalwood, Caramelized Tonka Bean, Amber, Maple Wood, Dried Pipe Tobacco, Coriander essential oil, Tanaka Wood, eNVie saphir absolute, and Bastet’s Musk absolute.
PRUSSIAN BLEU
Garden Rose accord, Rose Petals, Rose absolute, Candied Figs accord, Green Fir accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, eNVie saphir absolute, Lotus Blossom, Nevada desert Patchouli, French Vanilla Bean, and Bulgarian Rose.

CAT SIDHE COLLECTION

6ml pink matte bottle with black dropper insert and lid.
ANAM
Irish Blue Hydrangea, French Vanilla Bean, Patchouli Musk accord, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Moonstone (Studio Limited) Vanilla, and Lotus Amber accord.
CAISLEAN OIR
Irish Vanilla Cream, Vanilla Musk accord, Labdanum, Languid Amber Cordial accord (rich PC Ozymandias amber absolute), Bastet’s Amber, and a touch of Irish cream Whiskey accord (non-alcoholic).
Dúlamán
Irish Clover, Irish Heather, Irish Yellow Furze Flower, Irish Wisteria, Coconut Milk, Bastet’s Musk, Sweet Musk, and Crimson (Studio Limited) Red Musk.
MOYA
Irish Caramel Bread Pudding accord, Custard accord, Vanilla absolute, Mallow, Warm Caramel Sauce accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, and Whipped Cream accord (vegan) with a dusting of Cocoa powder.

SPRING ’23 HONEY BEE COLLECTION

5ml cobalt blue bottle with phenolic lid
AMBER COTTON CANDY & HONEY BEE
Fossilized Amber accord, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Labdanum, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Cedar Chips, Cotton Candy accord, Vanilla-sugar, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey accord, Languid Amber Cordial accord (rich PC Ozymandias amber absolute), French Vanilla, Caramel and Raspberry Essence.
FRANKINCENSE & HONEY BEE
Sacred Frankincense resin, Egyptian Frankincense, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute. Pear skin, Wisteria accord, Clove dust, Lemon Zest, Pine, and calming Cedar-Vanilla accord.

23 TEA (and Service) SUMMER COLLECTION

5ml cobalt blue bottle with phenolic lid. New tea-inspired perfume and service.
NOTE: Spring ’23 LAIT perfume can be found in the Summer Resurgence.
Blueberry Cheesecake Tea
Summer Blueberries, Blueberry Skin, Blueberry Syrup accord, Egyptian Sugar accord, Cheesecake (vegan) accord, Vanilla, Japanese Yuzu Lemon zest, Black Tea accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute.
Lait de Riz a la Vanille
Vanilla Bean, Rice Milk accord, Sweet Milk accord, a dash of Bastet’s Ice Cream accord, Bastet’s Musk, Sweet Mallow, and Tahitian Vanilla Beans.
Peach Vanille Crème Tea
Peach skin, Peach pit, Ripened Peach accord, Black Tea, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Vanilla Bean Cordial, and Vanilla-Sugar.
thé sucré
Iced Tea accord, Sweet Tea accord, Black Tea, Sugar, Pink Sugar accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, and warmed Vanilla Husk sweetened with Sugar.

SUMMER ’23 SLUSHIE PERFUME COLLECTION

5ml cobalt blue bottle with phenolic lid, also available in 6ml blue-pearl colored bottle with white dropper insert and lid. See drop-down for specifics.
Blue Raspberry Cream Soda Slushie
Blue Raspberry Syrup accord, Vanilla Cream accord, Vanilla Bean, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar, Raspberry Essence.
Orange Cream Soda Slushie
Blood Orange zest Syrup accord, Blood Orange essential oil, Vanilla Bean Cordial, Orange Zest, Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar, French Vanilla, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Bergamot essence, Tonka Bean, Mandarin infused Vanilla-Cream.
Pineapple Cream Soda Slushie
Whipped Pineapple Syrup accord, Vanilla Cream accord, Vanilla Bean, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar and sweet freshly cut Pineapple accord.
Strawberry Cream Soda Slushie
Vine-ripened Strawberry Syrup accord, Strawberry Shake accord (vegan), Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Cream accord, Strawberry essence accord, Marshmallow Cream, Peach nectar, and Sugar Crystals.
Watermelon Cream Soda Slushie
Sweet Watermelon Syrup accord, Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar, Vanilla Cream accord, Strawberry/Pineapple/Peach essence, Vanilla Musk, Bastet’s Amber, and Bastet’s Musk.

NA ZODIAC COLLECTION

5ml cobalt blue bottle with phenolic lid
Zodiac: Libra
Orange Skin, Peach Nectar, Cherry Blossom, Japanese Jasmine extract, Rice Milk accord, eNVie saphir, and Bastet’s Amber Absolute.
Zodiac: Virgo
Lily of the Valley essence, Heliotrope, White Patchouli, Japanese Bergamot essence, Bastet’s Musk, and eNVie saphir.

CRYSTALLINE COLLECTION

C10-C12 in 6ml purple bottle twist cap with dropper insert made specifically for these special colored bottles *see below for colored bottle information. The Crystalline Collection will not return in the purple bottle or Resurgence next year.
Crystalline #10
Toasted Coconut, Coconut Pulp, Caramelized Sugar, Tonka, Coconut Milk, Bastet’s Musk, eNVie saphir, Crystalline (Studio Limited Originals).
Crystalline #11
Sandalwood Milk accord, Santalum extract, Australian Sandalwood, Sandalwood Chips in Oudh blend, Golden Indian Sandalwood, Kobalt (Studio Limited Originals) Vanilla, Jasmine, Cedarwood, Red Sandalwood and Crystalline (Studio Limited Originals).
Crystalline #12
Bastet’s Ice Cream; Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar, Mallow Root extract, Sweet Mallow, Sugar, Bastet’s Musk absolute and Crystalline (Studio Limited Originals).
NOTE (by me): I think Crystalline #12 is Bastet's Ice Cream (notes: Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar) and then the remainder of the perfume is Mallow Root extract, Sweet Mallow, Sugar, Bastet's Musk absolute, and Crystalline.

ENCENS COLLECTION

5ml cobalt blue bottle with phenolic lid
Encens étoile (Star Incense)
Egyptian Myrrh, Wood Ember accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Lotus Blossom, Incense, Patchouli Musk, and French Vanilla Bean Fleck.
Encens Lune (Moon Incense)
Water Lily, Incense, Amber, Sandalwood, Labdanum, Lotus Blossom petal, eNVie saphir absolute, Vetiver, and Cedarwood.
Encens Soleil (Sun Incense)
Frankincense Resin, Red Sandalwood, Incense, eNVie saphir absolute, Lemon peel, Pine, Wisteria, Clove, and Pear skin.

SUMMER ECLIPSE COLLECTION

6ml blue-pearl bottle with a dropper insert and lid *see colored bottles below. Eclipse perfume does not return as a Resurgence. Limited to 75 bottles each.
Eclipse Khayal
Cola Root Extract, Languid Amber Cordial accord (rich PC Ozymandias amber absolute), Labdanum absolute, Bastet’s Musk absolute, and Tonka Bean.
Eclipse Sahar
Black Currant Extract, Tonka Bean, Labdanum absolute, eNVie saphir absolute, and Bourbon Vanilla (Studio Limited Originals) absolute.

SUMMER ’23 COTTON CANDY COLLECTION

5ml cobalt blue bottle with phenolic lid
Cotton Candy Blueberry Marshmallow Musk
Blueberry Skin, Blueberry Essence accord, Cotton Candy accord, Vanilla Spun Sugar, Mallow, Bastet’s Musk, Caramel, Raspberry essence, and Vanilla Bean.
Cotton Candy Pistachio Cherry Marshmallow Musk
Pistachio essence, Cherry Skin, Almond accord, Cherry Juice, Mallow, Bastet’s Musk, Caramel, Strawberry essence, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Spun Sugar, Cotton Candy accord, Crystalline (Studio Limited), Heliotrope, Honey and Vanilla Pudding accord.
Cotton Candy Tonka Marshmallow Musk
Tonka Bean absolute, Mallow, Bastet’s Musk, Caramel, Raspberry essence, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Spun Sugar, Cotton Candy accord, Bastet’s Amber and Vanilla Bean Cordial.

SUMMER ’23 ICE CREAM COLLECTION

5ml cobalt blue bottle with phenolic lid
Ice Cream & Estate Gianduja alle Nocciole
Chocolate Hazelnut accord, Cacao absolute, White Chocolate essence, Bastet’s Ice Cream blend (Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar), and Vanilla-butter.
Ice Cream & Summer Cardamom & Butter Pecan
Summer Cardamom essential oil, Caramelized Pralines, Butter Toasted Pecans, Bastet’s Ice Cream blend (Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar), and Vanilla Buttercream.
Ice Cream & Summer Iced Coffee
Iced Espresso accord, Organic Coffee Bean extraction, Brown Sugar, Cocoa Powder, Bastet’s Ice Cream blend (Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar), and Vanilla Bean Cordial.

SUMMER ’23 MUSK COLLECTION

6ml clear cylindrical bottle with silver domed lid and insert dropper. Special Musks do not return as a Resurgence. PINK MUSK has a very light pink-tinged metallic-colored domed lid and insert dropper.
Pink Musk
Satsuma Plum, Bubblegum accord, Pear skin, Apple skin, Cotton Candy accord, Japanese Yuzu essential oil, Vanilla, Crimson (Studio Limited) Red Musk, Violet, Pink Sugar accord, Honeysuckle nectar, Bastet’s Musk: white floral blends of Tuberose, Mallow, Angelica, Musk Flower, and White Lily.
Buttercream Musk
Buttercream accord, Sugar, Butter, Whipped Cream, Vanilla Bean Absolute, Madagascar Vanilla Bean essence, and Bastet’s Musk white floral blends of Tuberose, Mallow, Angelica, Musk Flower, and White Lily.
Neptune Musk
Ambergris accord, Ocean Salt accord, eNVie saphir, Sea water accord, Driftwood accord, and Bastet’s Musk white floral blends of Tuberose, Mallow, Angelica, Musk Flower, and White Lily.

Resurgence Collection

SUMMER ROAR, REST AND RELAXATION

REX
Limestone Amber accord, Amber, eNVie saphir absolute, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Bourbon Vanille Absolute and NA Jurassic Amber accord
Lounge Lizard
White Patchouli, Amber accord, Green Cardamom, White Sandalwood, Frankincense, Myrrh, Black Pepper, Himalayan Cedarwood, Moonstone Vanilla absolute, Vanilla Bean and Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla

THE BEAUTIFUL SUMMER COLLECTION

Ederra
Peach/Apple/Rose Dew accord, Orange Flower, Coconut Milk and Shavings, Bastet Amber absolute and Egyptian White Linen accord.
Kaunis
Pink Raspberry, Lime, Juniper, Violet Leaf, Lemon zest, Kashmir Red Musk absolute, Red Pine, Green Pine Needle, Egyptian Musk, Egyptian Black Linen accord, Raisin accord, Dried Date accord, Sandalwood and Amber.
Aljamal
Mandarin, Geranium, Black Amber, Bourbon accord, Ruby Red Grapefruit zest, Pink Sugar accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Vanilla Bean Cordial and Crimson Musk absolute.
Magnifique
Red Frangipani, French Apple Blossom, French Vanilla, Snow Musk accord, Vanilla Bean essence and Vanilla Bean Musk.
Utsukushi
Japanese Honeydew Melon accord, Peach essence, Strawberry accord, Japanese Pear essence, Bourbon Vanille absolute, Sweet Egyptian Musk and Bastet’s Musk blend.
Go Halainn
Hyacinth, Jasmine, Narcissus, Rose petals, Ocean accord, Sea salt essence accord, Ambergris (vegan) and Bastet’s Musk absolute.

BASTET’S AMBER SUMMER ’22 COLLECTION

5ml traditional amber bottle in the drop-down. Aging Bastet Amber will allow the perfume to radiate and permeate.
Bastet Amber note: Bastet Amber is a perfume created from Amber Resin transformed over time in the Studio into a beautiful, enhancing Royal Amber oil experience; Amber Resin is imported from Alexandria and lit from the truest essential oil of Rare and Exotic Guiacwood and Crystal Benzoin and Crystal Frankincense. Using the base of the Amber described above, the resin has been turned into a fossilized perfume resin from ancient recipes and then turned back into perfume oil, diluting nothing, only the use of Alchemy and inspiring this scent to be made and created for the Goddess Bastet. What is different with Bastet Amber – is noting the magic that has gone into this creation; apply and forget. The perfume will arise from your skin and connect with your chemistry naturally and become even more sensual when your skin is warmed by the sun or naturally. A sensually charged perfume.
Bastet’s Amber Summer Twilight
French Vanilla Bean powder, Jasmine petal powder, Lotus Blossom, Patchouli essence, Bastet’s Amber absolute, toasted Black Peppercorn essential oil and eNVie saphir absolute.
Bastet’s Amber Summer Dawn
Blue Orchid accord, Blueberry essence, NA Oudh, California Redwood essence, Oak essence and Bastet’s Amber absolute.

SUMMER COTTON CANDY 2022

Cotton Candy Cola Marshmallow Musk
Cola Root, Cola accord, Lemon Zest, Marshmallow Crème, Vanilla Bean essence, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Cotton Candy accord, Strawberry essence accord, French Vanilla Bean.
Cotton Candy Jasmine Marshmallow Musk
Egyptian Jasmine Sambac, Ghost Velvet Jasmine accord, Vanilla Bean essence, Cotton Candy accord, Jasmine petals, French Vanilla Bean infused Marshmallow Crème, Bastet’s Musk absolute.
Cotton Candy Mango Rice Milk Marshmallow Musk
Mango skin essence, Mango seed, Mango accord, Rice Milk accord, Marshmallow Crème, Mallow root, Crystalline Vanilla absolute, Vanilla Bean essence, Cotton Candy accord and Vanilla Crème.

SUMMER HONEY BEE COLLECTION 2022

Heather & Honeysuckle Honey Bee
Heather accord, Egyptian Honeysuckle, Nevada Honeysuckle, Wood Moss, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey.
Strawberry & Rose Honey Bee
Strawberry essence accord, Strawberry Crème accord, Red Rose accord, Bulgarian Rose, Spanish Saffron, Tea Rose, Mallow Crème, Vanilla Bean whipped accord, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey.
Cardamom & Custard Honey Bee
Sri Lanka Cardamom, Vanilla Crème Brûlée accord, Sugared Vanilla Bean Fleck, Custard accord, Crystalline Vanilla absolute, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey, Whipped Crème, Caramel essence and French Vanilla. -please note due to natural perfume notes the blend is naturally creamy-opaque, do give a little shake in the bottle before application

BASTET'S PYRAMID CAFÉ

Pyramid Cake Caramel Carrot
Carrot Cake accord, Carrot Seed, Cinnamon/Clove/Nutmeg essence, Raisin accord, Caramel accord, Caramel Crème accord, Egyptian Sugar, Carrot juice accord, Coconut milk, Peach skin, Italian Orange zest, Maple Sugar accord, Vanilla Bean Cake accord, Crystalline Vanilla and Musk.
Pyramid Cake Raspberry Van
Raspberry Seed, Raspberry essence accord, Vanilla Bean Cordial, Crystalline Vanilla infused Raspberry Sugar, Bastet’s Ice Cream essence, Vanilla Cake accord and Lemon zest infused Cotton Candy accord.
Pyramid Cake Red Velvet
Cocoa Absolute, Cacao Absolute, Chocolate Cake accord, Chocolate Frosting, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Toffee Almond accord, Coconut Shred, Tonka Bean, Santalum White and Vanilla Bean Musk.

SUMMER ICE CREAMS

Ice Cream & Summer Apricot
NA Summer Apricot accord, Apricot skin, Apricot seed, Vanilla Bean Absolute, eNVie parfum saphir (Egyptian Amber & Musk Resin, blue balsamic amber, sweet papyrus oil from Cairo and Siam benzoin) and Bastet’s Ice Cream (Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar).
Ice Cream & Summer Lavender
NA Summer Lavender accord, French Lavender, English Lavender, Crystalline Vanilla Absolute, eNVie parfum saphir and Bastet’s Ice Cream.
Ice Cream & Summer Gardenia & Coconut
NA Summer Gardenia accord, Hyacinth accord, Narcissus, Coconut Pulp, Toasted Coconut, Coconut Milk, Buttercream, Heliotrope, Vanilla, Lime zest, eNVie parfum saphir and Bastet’s Ice Cream.
Ice Cream & Summer Peach
NA Summer Peach accord, Peach skin, Ripe Peach accord, Tonka, Crystalline Vanilla Absolute, eNVie parfum saphir and Bastet’s Ice Cream.
Ice Cream & Summer Rose
Bastet’s Ice Cream, Egyptian Rosewater, Romanian Rosewater, Summer Bulgarian Rose, Saffron, Agarwood essence, Vanilla Sugar, Vanilla Musk and eNVie parfum saphir.
Lait was sold out in early Spring '23 Limited but we're bringing it back this Summer in the Summer Resurgence. Please note this perfume may sell out again. It is at the bottom of the drop down.
Lait
Rice Milk accord, Sweet Milk accord, Bastet’s Musk, Sweet Mallow, Vanilla essence, Bastet’s Amber, and Marshmallow accord.

2 mL sample with release

OPAL Sandalwood
French Vanilla, Vanilla Bean Cordial, Bavarian Crème accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Vanilla Custard accord, Santalum (Studio Limited) absolute, Sandalwood, Red Sandalwood chips and Vanilla Bean whole.
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2023.06.09 16:31 Psychicinusa Indian astrologer in Boston Massachusetts

CALIFORNIA - Los Angeles, Beach-Santa Ana, San Francisco, San Diego, Carlsbad, Sacramento, San Jose, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Oakland, Stockton NEW YORK - Queens, Jackson Heights, Flushing, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Islands, Jamaica, South Richmond Hill NEW JERSEY - Newark, Atlantic City, Jersey City, Trenton, Princeton, Hoboken, Paterson FLORIDA - Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Clearwater, Orlando, Kissimmee, Sanford TEXAS - Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Houston, Sugar Land, Baytown, San Antonio, New Braunfels, Austin, Round Rock, San Marcos ILLINOIS - Chicago, Naperville, Virginia, Richmond, Virginia Beach MO–ILLINOIS- St. Louis, St. Charles, Farmington NORTH CAROLINA - Raleighh, Abbeville, Aiken, Allendale, Allendale, Charlotte, Greensboro, Durham OREGON - Portland, Salem, Gresham, Hillsboro, Cave Junction, Vancouver, Corvallis PENNSYLVANIA - Philadelphia, York, Allentown, Altoona, Carbondale, Camden, Pittsburgh, Wilmington PA-OH-WV - Pittsburgh, New Castle, Weirton MISSOURI-KS- Kansas City, St. Louis, Springfield, Columbia, St. Joseph, Joplin, Jefferson City ARKANSAS- Springdale, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Rogers, Jonesboro, Pine Bluff, Russellville WISCONSIN- Milwaukee, Abbotsford, Bayfield, Racine, Waukesha, West Allis GEORGIA - Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta MARYLAND - Baltimore, Annapolis, Ocean City, Town Son, Columbia WASHINGTON- Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, Auburn, Aberdeen, Black Diamond, Colfax CONNECTICUT - Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury, Middletown, Ansonia Philadelphia: Pennsylvania, Harrisburg PHILADELPHIA - Pennsylvania, Harrisburg MINNESOTA- Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Saint Paul, Bloomington, Duluth, Brooklyn Park VIRGINIA - Richmond, Alexandria, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Charlottesville, Winchester, Staunton, Radford MICHIGAN - Livonia, Detroit , Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights, Ann Arbor, Ocean City COLORADO - Denver, Aurora, Lakewood, Abbeyville, Abeyta, Bald Mountain, Beartown ,Cabin Creek ARIZONA- Phoenix, Mesa, Glendale MASSACHUSETTS- Boston, Cambridge, Abington, Agawam, Bernardston, Chesterfield, Danvers, Edgartown INDIANA- Fort Wayne, Maysville, Indianapolis, Carmel, Muncie, Anderson, Bloomington, Greenwood OHIO- Cleveland, Akron, Canton , Cincinnati, Lake Erie, Cincinnati, Sandusky, Athens, Dayton, Port Clinton
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2023.06.09 15:35 perksofbeingsarah The Mental Toll of Scamming: A Cry for Upfront Payment from a Struggling Sugar Baby

[Content Warning: This post contains explicit content and discusses sensitive topics.]
Dear Sugar Daddies,
I write this post with a sense of urgency, fueled by the desperation of countless sugar babies who are struggling to make ends meet. I want to shed light on the mental toll that scamming takes on us, and why some of us desperately request upfront payment. We're not all scammers; we're just seeking financial support to cover our tuition fees, bills, and monthly expenses. We deserve to be heard, understood, and given a chance.
Imagine this: You find yourself on the other side of a video call, vulnerable and exposed, hoping that you'll finally get paid for your services. You're playing with yourself, crossing boundaries you never thought you would, all in the pursuit of financial stability. And then it happens. The sugar daddy disappears, leaving you naked, humiliated, and without a cent. How would you feel? Broken, used, and betrayed. This is the reality for some of us, and it takes a heavy toll on our mental well-being.
Yes, there are scammers out there, and we acknowledge that. But there are also genuine sugar babies who are desperate for support. We plead with you, sugar daddies, to take the time to get to know us, to build trust and establish a connection before making assumptions. Ask us why we choose this lifestyle, why we've turned to sugar dating. Understand the circumstances that brought us here, and you'll see that we are more than just a means to an end.
To find genuine connections, both sugar daddies and sugar babies need to put in the effort. We implore you, sugar daddies, to raise your standards as well. Be discerning in your choices, and don't settle for empty promises or superficial transactions. Seek companionship and understanding, not just physical intimacy. A true sugar baby is someone who wants to form a genuine bond, to be there for you emotionally as well as financially.
To my fellow sugar babies who resort to scamming for meager sums like $10, it's time to raise our standards. We deserve better than engaging in deceptive practices that further perpetuate negative stereotypes. Instead, let's strive for genuine connections and fair arrangements that fulfill our financial needs. Together, we can change the narrative surrounding sugar dating and demand the respect we deserve.
So, sugar daddies, take a moment to reflect. Consider the mental toll that scamming takes on sugar babies who are genuinely seeking a way to better their lives. Let's break the cycle of mistrust and create a community built on understanding and authenticity. Both parties must invest time, effort, and compassion to forge meaningful connections that can truly transform lives.
In this urgent plea, I hope to evoke a sense of empathy and understanding. Let's strive for a world where sugar dating is seen as a legitimate means of support, where trust is built and nurtured, and where both sugar daddies and sugar babies can thrive.
Sincerely, A Struggling Sugar Baby
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2023.06.09 12:43 NewYork-CityAdvisor 🍩 Indulge in New York City's Finest Donut Delights! 🗽

🍩 Indulge in New York City's Finest Donut Delights! 🗽

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New York City, a hub of culinary delights, offers a delectable array of donut options for both locals and visitors with a sweet tooth. From classic flavors to unique creations, here is a guide to some of the best donut shops in the Big Apple:
  1. Doughnut Plant 🍩🌱: A pioneer in the artisanal donut scene, Doughnut Plant takes creativity to the next level. With locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, their donuts are handcrafted using high-quality ingredients. Try their signature Crème Brûlée donut or indulge in the rich Valrhona Chocolate donut.
  2. Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop 🍩🥯: A Brooklyn institution since 1953, Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop has been satisfying cravings for generations. Known for their fluffy and generously-sized donuts, this charming spot offers classic flavors like glazed, jelly-filled, and cinnamon sugar. Don't miss their renowned Red Velvet donut.
  3. The Donut Pub 🍩☕: Open 24 hours a day, The Donut Pub has been serving New Yorkers since 1964. Their extensive menu features over 50 donut varieties, ensuring there's something for everyone. Whether you crave a traditional glazed donut or prefer a creative option like the Blackout donut filled with chocolate cream, this iconic shop has you covered.
  4. Dun-Well Doughnuts 🍩🌱: For those seeking vegan options, Dun-Well Doughnuts in Brooklyn is a must-visit. These plant-based delights are handcrafted with care, offering a wide range of flavors. Sample their popular Brooklyn Blackout or try unique creations like the PB&J or Maple Blueberry Bacon donut.
  5. Underwest Donuts 🍩🚗: Nestled within a car wash on Manhattan's West Side, Underwest Donuts surprises visitors with its innovative flavors and quality. From classic options like glazed and chocolate to unconventional choices such as Matcha and Halva, their donuts are freshly made and consistently delicious.
  6. Dough 🍩🌈: Known for their pillowy soft texture and vibrant glazes, Dough is a favorite among donut connoisseurs. With locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan, their rotating menu features enticing flavors like Hibiscus, Lemon Poppy Seed, and Dulce de Leche. Be sure to try their famous Nutella-filled donut.
  7. The Doughnut Project 🍩🎨: Combining culinary artistry with gourmet flavors, The Doughnut Project in Manhattan creates visually stunning and mouthwatering donuts. From the beloved Everything donut with cream cheese glaze and "everything bagel" toppings to inventive options like the Beet Ricotta donut, their creations push the boundaries of traditional flavors.
Whether you're a fan of classic donuts or crave adventurous and innovative flavors, New York City's donut scene has something to satisfy every palate. So, embark on a delightful journey through these top-notch donut shops and treat yourself to the sweet indulgence that NYC has to offer!
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2023.06.09 07:09 ThrowAway7s2 "A well organized Girl Scout weekend at Cuesta" from the May 29, 1973 Door County Advocate

A well organized Girl Scout weekend at Cuesta

Pop and Popcorn. Julaine Jeanquart, Patty Baudhuin, Mrs. David Marsh, Jackie LaVine, Teresa Stroh, Kelly McDougall, Barb Kelsey and Kim Pagenkopf.
By JACQUY STROH
It's secluded in a wooded area near Kangaroo Lake. The large cabin, of surprisingly modern construction, has no indoor plumbing. Lack of plumbing does not upset, or even surprise, the 12 eager girls tumbling out of station wagons with sleeping bags in tow. They are Junior Girl Scouts, Troop 350. And this is their first weekend camping experience at Cuesta.
Their leader, Mrs. David Marsh, supervises the stowing of bedrolls in open box-shaped cupboards. Next she shows everyone the "washing-up room"; basins are arranged on a shelf beneath the counter-top; towel racks are fastened to the shelf. A "water-boy" sits on one end of the counter-top. Perhaps because this is a girls' cabin, several mirrors adorn the walls.
Then everyone sits on benches at picnic tables in the middle of the main room to eat their nose­bag suppers. When appetites are satisfied, the leader instructs the girls to throw their paper bags into the fireplace. "We'll build a fire later and make popcorn."
"We want to go to the bathroom," announces Barbara.
"We know where it is," Paula adds, "right down the gravel path." Half a dozen of the girls put on their coats and go out into the gathering darkness, carrying flashlights.
Five minutes later they come running back, squealing and shoving one another to get into the cabin door.
"There's something out there!"
"Loud noises down by the outhouse!"
"Something is going bang­-bang-thud, bang-bang-thud!" Motioning for quiet their leader explains that there is nothing to be frightened of in the woods.
"I'll go back out with you, girls," Chaperone says with false bravado. "Maybe there are some rascally raccoons out there."
Shining her flashlight on the gravel path, Chaperone leads the way toward the source of the noise. Some of the less-intimidated scouts chant, "There's lions, and tigers, and bears, of my! Lions, and tigers, and bears, oh my!" Up ahead something is going bang-bang­-thud! Reaching the outhouse, Chaperone takes a firmer grip on her flashlight and pushes open the first door.
"Nothing in there!" She pushes open the second door. "Nothing in there!" From the other end of the outhouse comes bang-bang-­thud!
"No raccoons, girls; not even lions or bears. But watch the doors." The wind caught the doors. opening them slightly and banging them gently shut.
"Oh, it's only the wind banging the doors."
"Shucks" said Chaperone, wiping her brow.
Back in the cabin they gathered around Mrs. Marsh who ex­plained that they would now go on a night hike. Chaperone sighed softly and put her coat back on.
Down the gravel path, past the no-longer-scary outhouse, and out into a field under the stars, they walked.
"Look, there's the big dipper."
"And the little one too."
"I can see the North Star!"
Mrs. Marsh showed them several fire scars where they would do outdoor cooking tomorrow. Then they started back to the Scout Cabin singing, "The other day I saw a Bear"
After washing up, spreading bedrolls, and getting into their pajamas, they divided into "details": the fire-building detail, the find the pan and melt the butter detail, and the pop the corn detail. Chaperone took pictures of the gay group and joined them in eating buttered popcorn and drinking soda pop. Then, to bed.
At four o'clock in the morning, somebody shook Chaperone's shoulder and whispered in her ear, "Will you go to the bathroom with me?" Groggily Chaperone pushed back her covers and got to her feet. The scout who'd roused her was searching for something, using her flashlight as a guide. Whispers: "What are you looking for?" "My other red tennis shoe." "Did you look under your blanket?" "It's okay; I'll put on my boots instead." Just then another scout awakened and felt the need to join them. Once outside, and jogging down the now-familiar path, Chaperone became aware of how sweet and fresh the air smells at four in the morning.
Three hours later Mrs. Marsh sounded reveille. Quickly everyone washed up, dressed, and began the work of the preassigned Patrols. The Water Patrol filled three "water-boys" from the outdoor pump (started by electric switch). The Cooking Patrol began making French toast. Mary, flipping a piece of toast, asked, "Does this count toward our Cooking Badge?" Mrs. Marsh assured her that it certainly did. The Hospitality Patrol gathered leaves, shells, and pretty bits of wood and fashioned centerpieces for the tables. Breakfast ready, they sat down.
"Please pass the syrup," Kelly requested politely. The leader passed the pitcher. "Mrs. Marsh, that doesn't look like syrup on your French toast."
"Why, this is the syrup pitch­- oh no, this is the coffee pit­cher!" Amid the merry laughter, the leader tasted her French toast and pronounced it "Exotic! Sort of like the Galloping Gourmet might cook."
After cleanup and a brisk hike in the woods, the Cooking Patrol began making Jungle Brew over an outdoor fire. Ordinary cooks of the world would call it spaghetti 'n hamburger, or glorified goulash. Only Girl Scouts un­derstand its very special essence.
Early in the afternoon, co-leader, Mrs. Bob Schultz joined the campers. They spent the next two hours studying nature. Saturday's supper offered another surprising specialty, Hawaiian Eyes. Teresa and Patty placed shortcakes filled with crushed pineapple sweetened with brown sugar in aluminum foil wrappers. After heating in the campfire they made a scrumptious dessert. Mustard, meant for the hot dogs, was spilled five times during supper, once into someone's milk.
After supper, Brother Andrew arrived driving a cattle truck. Seeing the questioning look on Chaperone's face, Mrs. Schultz calmly explained that they would all ride in the back of the truck to attend mass in Baileys Harbor. It was just a windy enough ride to blow away all adult inhibitions. Before entering the church, everybody picked straw off their coats.
Before bedtime the scouts put on a hairstyling contest, shrugging off the fact that sleep would muss their elegant coif­fures.
Sometime around midnight, a voice came out of the darkness. Sleepy heads started up to hear Mrs. Schultz intone, "I want one print here, and one print there!" When nothing followed this startling pronouncement, the sleepy heads giggled and sank back into their pillows.
On Sunday afternoon they set off hiking down Logerquist road to visit the Brothers of St. Joseph Novitiate. Halfway there Brother Andrew met them in the cattle truck.
At the farm, operated by the Brothers, the scouts were treated to horseback rides. Then, Brother John asked, "Now, who would like to ride the bull?"
"The bull!! He'll throw us off!"
"No, he won't. He's a gentle old fellow, really." "Okay, I'll ride him." "So will I!" And ride him they did. The adults watched from a sensible distance.
After the rides, the Brothers invited them into the big recreation room of the farm­house. They gathered around the piano. Brother Andrew played and the girls sang. He surprised them by knowing every request.
Next, refreshments. The scouts brought out cupcakes and cookies from their totebags. Brother John served glasses of Kool-aid. Then it was time to pile into the back of the cattle truck. The girls said good-bye to Brother John and the spotted dogs, Alice and
Poncho. Brother Andrew drove them back to camp.
The cabin was tidied and locked. Then everyone par­ticipated in a flag ceremony to close the day. "Would you like camping here every weekend?" asked Mrs. Marsh. "Ye-e-sss!" came the enthusiastic reply.
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2023.06.09 06:50 cannons_for_days Eastern Wisdom, Southern Hospitality — a 15 Minute Review

TL;DR — Should I Pull?

New Players

Neither of these banners are better for a new player than Matriarch/Roc or Liz/Jo. I recommend new players skip these. If you already have Matriarch and Liz but you didn't get Jo whilst pulling for Liz, then pulling for Gustave and Kat might be a good use of jewels, but I think I still recommend waiting a week to see what's next before investing in that.

Veterans

Is... is that an average of two party heals per turn on Kat? 👀
Sorry! Sorry. I just got distracted by pink samurai healer girl. (Man, that checks so many boxes for me. 😆)
Probably the most noteworthy unit here is Goddess. Being able to shut down all shadow damage the enemies deal for 15 turns is basically a cheat code for certain content. Orlouge is pretty whatever for veterans, but Monika has some support things she can do and she bulks up to very defensive numbers so while she doesn't dispense Polka-levels of party heals or Matriarch-levels of stat buffs, she's an excellent supplement to either of those who doesn't require special attention to keep in the fight.
On the other hand, we have Kat and Gustave. Kat can reduce Skill damage to the party in the same way that Tsubaki and Gustave can reduce Spell damage, and that's not a small thing. Gustave, meanwhile, can dispense damage boosts and damage mitigation to the party while also acting as a BP support. So there's unique stuff on this banner, too.
Broadly speaking, I think I would recommend a skip if you aren't flush with jewels. Goddess is good, no question, but she's not really worth chasing on her own merits, and Monika's good but she's not great unless you have her previous bow style to inherit that S3 onto. If you have a good amount of jewels to spend but you don't feel like you can do pulls on both banners, then it depends on who you have inherits for. I can recommend Kat/Gustave's banner if you have the previous Spellbreaker Gustave style. I can recommend Goddess's banner if you have the previous Music Fest Goddess style and the previous Kids' week Monika style.
If you have all three of those styles and you can't afford to pull on both banners... I'm sorry. I would probably lean towards Goddess's banner just because damage immunity is so strong when it works.

Samurai Jack Kat — Romancing Festival Limited Banner

Katarina

Unit Summary

Kat can reduce skill damage to the party and heal them at the same time. And then she will heal them some more.

Unit Analysis

Well, it's not Pierce/Cold switch, but it'll do.
So the main deal here is Ice Fog Sword Ballet, which deals B-rank pierce and cold damage and then grants the whole party a defensive stance that reduces skill damage taken by 35% for 3 turns. Skill damage reduction is arguably not as important as the spell damage reduction that Tsubaki and Gustave can bring to bear, but there's undeniably a lot of skill damage out there for bosses to dish out, and Kat is the only source of this particular buff. Because of her Abundance Switch, she gains +2 BP and heals the entire party for a tiny amount when she does this. So even though it's a 10 BP skill, she can rotate it with her normal attack or her S1 quite easily and still dish out some heals for the party.
In fact, if she happens to hit a weakness, she gets +1 BP from that, so it's actually not implausible to be able to use her S2 a bit during her S3 rotation with her normal attacks if the enemy is pierce weak.
Why would you want to do that? Well, her S2 (Ice Impact) is a 7 BP C-rank AoE that deals pierce and cold damage, so it triggers that +2 BP and party-wide heal. Oh, and it has a 50/50 chance to hit twice, so it can actually deal decent amounts of damage for the BP cost. Oh, and it heals the party on each hit. So if Ice Impact gets 2 hits, she heals the party three times that turn.
Now, Kat's mitigation is contingent on being able to resist the enemy's attacks, so depending on the enemy in question she may be competing for equipment that you can't spare for her, which is unfortunate. And her damage output is mediocre compared to the likes of Goddess who's spamming a similar power skill as Kat but with significantly better damage boosts. But she still compares favorably to a lot of other styles that bring damage mitigation and/or healing for the party if you assume all of her stuff works. She's just a bit more conditional than a style like Final Empress or Macha.

Inherits

Kat has a lot of styles, but since this style relies so heavily on dealing either pierce damage or cold damage, not many of them have skills that are worth inheriting.
The only one I'm going to point out here is Glacial Sword, available on a couple of styles but most notably on Kat's second plat SS style (SS [The Real Reason] style), as that one is available from the Training Cave Ore exchange. Glacial Sword is 2 BP and deals cold damage, so it can trigger the party-wide heal and still net some BP recovery for the turn. It doesn't trigger the +2 BP from pierce damage, so it's either +1 BP for the turn if it doesn't hit a weakness or +2 if it does hit a weakness, which makes it a little weak as an option to rotate with Ice Fog Sword Ballet, but it's definitely useful to have the party heal on demand in the event that you need healing the turn after using the skill defense stance.
Or if you'd prefer, you can actually just spam Ice Impact and Glacial Sword to deal decentish damage and churn out a lot of party heals. Kat averages about two heals per turn this way if Glacial Sword hits a weakness, and with Glacial Sword amplified you're dealing at least C-rank damage every turn, which does actually help a bit as people who've been using Esper Girl can attest. This healing isn't quite as good as Thyme can manage with support from Emelia or as good as Chef Polka can accomplish with the Still Blade Phoenix inherit, but it is the strongest party-heal setup that guaratnees at least some healing every turn, which may be appealing in some content.

Gustave

Unit Summary

Attack boosts and defense boosts galore.

Unit Analysis

Where to start?
Well, first thing's first: bringing Gustave grants everyone in the party a 15% damage boost. Just for being on Gustave's team and not being KO'd. Well, OK, actually no one can be KO'd if you want the damage boost, but generally speaking you don't want your units just eating dirt anyway, so that's not a huge restriction.
His Let's Paint skill then grants the party a small Attack Boost and small Defense Boost for 4 turns. Let's Paint is 8 BP and Gustave gets 4 BP back every turn, so it's trivial to keep those boosts up. But wait! There's more! Let's Paint is a charge skill, locking Gustave into doing nothing the next turn and then using Pigeon Whistle the turn after that. Pigeon Whistle grants Gustave +2 BP and then grants the whole party a very large Morale Up and a medium Guard Up for 2 turns. Obviously you can't sustain that (because the Let's Paint cycle spends two turns waiting to get back to Pigeon Whistle), but they'll stack with those 4 turn boosts, giving the party pretty substantial boosts for 2 turns out of every 3 if you want to spam this cycle.
If you would prefer to spend that bonus BP, Gustave has Fighter Special, a 12 BP SSS attack (it's actually high on the SSS-scale, so it's actually decent damage for 12 BP) which grants Gus a very large Guard Up for 5 turns. With High Protect Tension, that Guard Up actually makes Gus pretty dang tough for a while. Or Gus has inherits. See below.
And if you want, there's also Sunder, an A-rank attack for 3 BP. This isn't the absolute strongest attack in the game that is also BP-positive, mostly because Gustave's damage boosts are not that great unless you're still inside the Paint cycle, but it's way up there.

Inherits

The most interesting thing you can do with this Gus inherit-wise is actually to inherit Let's Paint to a different style. [The Fated Hour Comes] Gustave trades Offensive Union for Scrum Guard, which is 20% damage mitigation instead of 15% damage boosts. Both shut off if someone gets KO'd, but it's not that hard to argue that the 20% damage mitigation is a bigger deal than the 15% damage boost. Scrum Guard Gus needs to land hits to gain +1 BP/turn, unlike Ocarina of Steel, but the +2 BP per activation of Pigeon Whistle can help offset that. So while you may end up spending nearly all of your time making sure that whistle cycle is up, it's a lot of party mitigation while it's up.
If you're set on keeping ArtsAndCrafstave in play, you can inherit Triple Crush from UDX Gustave 2.0. Triple Crush is Double Crush but Triple. It's 3 A hits for 13 BP, so it is an excellent BP dump.
Or if you would prefer to lean into Gus's damage boosting capabilities, you can inherit Brave Impact from Gusv7, which is 12 BP for an SSS attack that, instead of granting himself a Guard Up, grants bonus G. Sword damage to the party. G. Sword styles are not the heaviest damage dealers in the game, but it's certainly an interesting thought to try to turn a team of G. Sword attackers like Laura, Fancy Lass, Iskandar, and Gustave into a damage-boost steamroller.

Noel

Unit Summary

All-in slash farmer.

Unit Analysis

Noel gets a lot of damage bonuses on turn 1. Like, Souji levels of damage bonus. If you use Maple Storm, he actually peaks higher than that on turn 1. He deals recoil damage to himself, and all his BP generation is concentrated into the first 5 turns of battle, so you probably don't want to bring him to boss battles, but in short battles he truly brings the thunder, with Maple Storm dropping a train on a single enemy or Burst Blade being a strong [Fast] AoE for a kinda-spammable attack.
Where Noel falls short is that on turn 2, he loses 30% of his damage boost, and in fact takes a damage mitigation penalty, taking an extra 15% damage on even turns. Which is really, really weird for a character who has 8 BP attacks and generates enough bonus BP to use those 8 BP attacks on turns 1 and 2 back to back. You would think you would want him to burn out quickly rather than bounce back and forth between strong and weak turns. But, hey, it is what it is.

Inherits

Christmas Noel has a strong row attack in Twilight Flash, which you can utilize with his early game BP generation and odd-turns peaks to get a strong row attack on turns 1 and 3. It's [Fast], so it actually contends with Gray's charge attack for 1/3 row farming. His skill has a somewhat lower power than Gray's, but he gets much higher damage modifiers on the odd turns, so the damage is likely pretty comparable between the two for most situations.

The Most Powerful SaGa Beings... and Orlouge — Romancing Festival Limited Banner

(I kid. Obviously Monika transcends SaGa and is the most powerful being in the universe. Why else would she have gotten all the buffs on this banner?)

Goddess

Unit Summary

Trivializes content that deals significant shadow damage. And looks good doing it.

Unit Analysis

Light of Dawn is the main attraction here. The Goddess's Light costs 9 BP/1 LP and grants the party complete immunity to shadow damage for the next three turns, granting them a smol heal at the end of each of those turns to boot. Goddess gains +1 BP/turn, so it is trivial to maintain that buff until she is out of LP 15 turns later. Now, sure, once she's out of LP, she's not going to be doing nearly as much for the party, but fifteen turns of every-turn healing and negating a good chunk (if not all) of the enemy's damage is way more than you need when you're fighting any enemy that isn't named "Egg."
While she's building her BP back up for the Light, you will probably be spamming Burning Star, a 1 BP INT-based skill that deals C-rank sun/heat damage. It's only C-rank damage, sure, but it's BP-positive, and with Goddess's 70% passive damage boosts and stacking medium INT buff every turn, it's actually going to be dealing a solid amount of damage for a support unit.

Inherits

The big one is Heavenly Melody. From her Music Festival style, Melody is 10 BP, so it really does compete BP-for-BP with Light of Dawn, but it's also doing a lot so there may be situations where you may want to intersperse this with the Light. Its damage is just B-rank sun AoE, but it inflicts a small Morale Down on all the enemies it hits for 3 turns and it grants the party a small Guard Up for 3 turns regardless of whether it hits. So while it won't fully stack with the likes of Gustave's Pigeon Whistle or Aisha's Earth Thrust , it does a lot of work to reduce incoming damage for 3 turns if you haven't brought other Morale Down or Guard Up units.
Masamune+ from her original SS style is a B-rank slash/heat INT-based attack for 4 BP, which Goddess can spam forever for slightly better damage than Burning Star. You'd really only do this once you're out of LP, but it does improve her damage output once that has happened.
Alternately, if you'd rather keep using Burning Star and drop nukes once you've built up BP, her OG style also has Purging Light, which is SSS sun/heat damage for 10 BP. It's a little low on the SSS scale, but, again, it does improve her damage output once she's out of LP as opposed to just spamming Burning Star.

Orlouge

Unit Summary

Everything bagel ailment jammer.

Unit Analysis

I don't have a ton here to say. Drop from the Depths is a 10 BP AoE spell that just throws the whole kitchen sink of ailments at the enemy. Poison, sleep, paralysis, confusion, and charm, all at once. The way ailments work in this game, you will never see more than two of those on a single enemy at once, and one of them will always be poison if there are two, but it can be... convenient that this one style does all of them in a single spell.
When he's not overcoming his analysis paralysis by "¿porque no los dos?"ing it, he rotates between Shadow Drop, a 0 BP shadow AoE spell, and Rose Petals, an 8 BP spell that deals SS shadow damage and grants him 1 stack of Damage Block. Unlike most characters with Damage Block, it is actually significant that this stack of Damage Block does not have a turn limit because Orlouge can randomly evade all attacks in a turn, which would preserve the Damage Block stack for a later turn. This is doubly important because Orlouge gets +3 bonus BP any turn where he doesn't take damage, so if he gets an evade turn, layers a stack of Damage Block on himself, and manages to get off another Rose Petals next turn, he's got a pretty good chance of also not taking any damage that turn for even more bonus BP.
It... it's fragile, but when it works, it does do cool things.

Inherits

Well, if you just must have all the status ailments, Orlouge 2.0 has a single target Petrify (Mistress' Ice Prison) or AoE Stun (Purple Flames) you can inherit. Or he has Absorb from that style for a spammable small self-heal. (Remember, "small" self-heal actually means like 900+ HP at current stat values.)

Monika

Unit Summary

DEX buffehealeBow damage enabler.

Unit Analysis

Monika is trying to do a lot, here.
Firstly, she grants all Bow wielders a 15% damage bonus just for bringing a Bow to a S. Sword fight.
Secondly, she heats up to 80% damage bonus over the first 5 turns of battle. So she's trying to bring the damage. And actually, every single skill she has will buff at the very least her DEX. Whether it's the 0 BP DEX buff attack on Focus Fire, the party-wide DEX buff for 5 BP in Dancing Arrows, or the combination DEX buff/heal on Arrow Bloom, she's going to have her DEX buffed. So she actually does deal pretty serious damage once she's heated up.
Oh, did I mention that the heal on Arrow Bloom is "small" rank? So it's 1k like Still Blade Phoenix, not 200 like Kat's little heals.
Now, that's good because it's a 13 BP skill. Which, honestly, it needs to be because it's a party DEX buff, a small heal, and it's an SSSS attack. But Monika gets +2 BP when she hits a weakness, so she can actually rotate that at not-painfully-slow rates if the enmy is pierce weak.
She's juggling a lot of stuff, is what I'm trying to say. And she kind of can actually get all of it done.

Inherits

Back-inheriting Arrow Bloom to her baby style can potentially let her unleash the giant attac-plus-heal more frequently because that style can gain +3 BP when she gets hit. It's only a 25% chance per hit, but if the enemy is dishing out a lot of weak attacks, it can wind up being a lot of BP recovery over a long battle.
Back-inheriting Arrow Bloom to one of her S. Sword styles can also be useful for Remembrance battle purposes. Just as a thought.
Oh, wait, inherits this style wants? Oh. Uh, interesting. Maybe?
Gift Prick from the style that was on Liam's banner is a 2 BP attack with a small-rank self heal. Using that hurts the damage output of this style (misses a DEX buff) and makes BP cycling Dancing Arrow or Arrow Bloom harder (costs 2 BP instead of 0 BP), but it goes a long way to making this style harder to KO.
Present of Pleasure from... also that style... is a party CHA buff, Morale Up, tiny heal, and +1 BP recovery. It costs 7 BP/1 LP, so it's a very limited use skill, but the BP support angle of it can be useful for a style you are already bringing for DEX/heal support.
Pure Flower from the kiddo style is a 3 BP/1 LP heal with a little attack boost on heal. Nothing huge, but handy to have.
And that's kind of it. Monika has a ton of styles that you could inherit stuff from, but the fact that most of them are S. Sword skills means that they miss out on part of Monika's innate damage bonuses, and many of them will rotate awkwardly with the +2 BP/turn in the first place, making Arrow Bloom look better in comparison.
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2023.06.09 05:39 SnooGiraffes1501 Pigeon after thunderstorm, please help!

There was huge thunderstorm where I live. I saw a pigeon that was sitting in the middle of the sidewalk not trying to avoid people or seeking shelter. I picked it up and put it under some bushes. Later that day once the rain subsided, I went to check on the bird but it was still there. It was getting dark, so I brought it to my apartment. I offered the bird some sugar water and pumpkin seeds but it was not interested. I hope it just needs some rest. Any advice would be greatly appreciated because I have no idea what I am doing. There are no obvious injuries but I was also hesitant to look since the poor bird is already under so much stress. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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2023.06.09 03:44 Previous_Practice155 Drivers on a New Zealand highway found themselves in a sticky situation after a truck overturned spilling...

Drivers on a New Zealand highway found themselves in a sticky situation after a truck overturned spilling...

A Glue
B Raw sugar
C Maple syrup

The correct answer is https://www.quizandanswers.com/drivers-on-a-new-zealand-highway-found-themselves-in-a-sticky-situation-after-a-truck-overturned-spilling/
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2023.06.09 02:56 condenadope nightlife

hi everyone! i'll go to pigeon forge for winter and i'm looking for best places to go for drinks and dance for young people. like discos or raves in the area of PF or near cities, i only found funky budha in google but it has bad reviews. so, any recommendations would be nice!
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2023.06.09 00:10 bombagenesis Dutch Baby/Yorkshire Pudding

For to make it a Dutch Baby, add:
Add all ingredients, except butter, whisking until smooth.
In a 400 degree oven, heat pan (preferably cast iron). When pan and oven are heated, bring out pan and grease with butter.
Pour in batter, and cook for 18-20 minutes.
Gravy is delicious on puddings.
Jam, lemon juice with powdered sugar, or maple syrup is good on babies.
Have a baby for breakfast!
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2023.06.08 21:56 DARKdrake0 Deep Root Feeding Advice?

I have a sugar maple that is beginning to decline because it’s root system is compacted. Could deep root feeding on a regular basis help compensate until the mulch de-compacts the soil?
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2023.06.08 19:47 WeeabooHunter69 Can I substitute maple sugar with white sugar in meringue cookies?

Maple sugar is expensive and with the air quality I don't wanna leave my house if I don't have to right now.
If I can replace it, is there a particular ratio I should convert it with? The recipe calls for 70g
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2023.06.08 19:30 AlbyonAbsey Kærwynn - a Fierce & Feuding Feast - a Strange & Fantastical Location for your Game

A lone songbird comes to rest atop a crumbling, ruined wall of granite and blood-mossed shale, where dawn's fresh dew enchants the rising sun. This mile-long stack of stone most ancient, most holy, shall soon sing with every honour 'pon this annual feast of fury. Listen well, now, o'er from low-slung hill to meagre field beyond most unassuming, as the distant thunder of weathered war-drums escorts its peasant legions proud. To the chime of pike and mace, of mail and plate, two armies now ascend, awash with eager incantations whose well-spring spoils most nobly. For to Kærwynn they have come, to the Wall of Empires fallen. For sport and skirmish, to honour and afoul, to fill the summer sky with burnished standards bold and shimmering. To sing again that fiery, transcendent song of flailing fist and elbow, where spill and shear their blood and flesh 'pon this most merry, handsome day! Come, friends, come enthralled! For the time of our Field & Feast has come! For glory, then, to Kærwynn, called! Onwards, Onwards, Onwards, All!

What is Kærwynn?

The site of an ancient, barely remembered siege, where once stood a Hill-Top Fort. All that remains now is a vague stone wall, cutting through the centre of a wide, grassy plateau. Every year, two towns send forth a peasant rabble to partake in a sporting tournament of indiscriminate chaos, violence and brutality. The rules - though often wildly flouted and prone to spur many a disagreement - are fairly simple. The two opposing Village "armies" attempt to hold, and carry, a nettle-stuffed goat-bladder - coated in grease and set alight - back and forth across the remains of Kaerwynn's crumbling wall. Weapons are strictly prohibited, as is the use of magic. Should the ball be at any point transported across this bygone bloodstone stack, a point is scored, signalled to the crowds by a screaming arrow loosed above Kærwynn. None in living memory have heard this sound. The contest begins just as the sun is most high, and the first star seen near sunlight's fall brings the game to its end. The feasting, music, and merrymaking continues for many days thereafter.

Sights, Sounds, & Smells

Use this section as a quick reference during play, or at the start of a Session to refresh your GM senses! Sights
- Huge roaming crowds of bawdy, bruised, drunken, brash, jolly folk of all manner & persuasion. - Horses and oxen, Barrows and carts, bundled and stacked with produce and wares for sale. - Fires, encampments, tents & bivouacs. - A great and misty field upon a downland plateau.
Sounds - Cheers, whoops, hollers, yawls, screams, & songs. - The thundering of many hundreds of pairs of booted feet upon turf and crumbling wall. - The jig of fiddles, lyres, banjos, dulcimers, & drums. - Peddler yells & calls as the many merchants and stall-holders hawk their produce.
Smells - Bonfires. - Mead, Ale, Wine & all manner of distilled spirits. - Sweat, urine, vomit, faeces, dung, blood. - Roasting meats, stews, soups, pies, etc, etc.

Local Economy

The grand contest's festivities are rich with attendant trade, and the sheer enormity of the gathering offers a banquet of financial opportunity. A sizeable portion of coin is passed back and forth among the many gamblers and their ilk. Fortunes are said to have been made at Kærwynn, betting on everything to knock-outs to teeth declared. Merchants grand and small use the Feast as a time not only to sell, but to make alliances, forge partnerships, sign contracts, and host grand spectacles to show off their wealth. All is abuzz with capital - from the meagrest, dirt stained copper purchasing sweet hot-loaves, to the coin-purses stuffed with precious jewels thrown to the swivel-headed bookmakers.

Imports

Aside from the large number of onlookers, participants and their parties, the Feast of Kaerwynn brings all manner of trades-folk and wily entrepreneurs. Cooks, ale-makers, luck-charmers, souvenir-hawkers, armourers, blacksmiths, clerics, herbalists, and more, arrive with barrows teetering and tents stuffed to bursting with varied wares and services. For many come to gawp and cheer, to behold the chaos and rejoice in the keeping (and settling) of many a-score. Among the crowds, too, are those who attend to cherry-pick the best fighters, those of brawn and brain, to offer to them expedition and adventure of a far more dangerous kind.

Exports

Legends! Tales! Stories for the fireplace and the ale-house! Far and wide do such things go, to the horror of some, and the pride of many more! Champions, too, go forth into the world, and it is enough to bend the ear of many a tavern-goer should a Kærwynnian sup of an ale 'pon a nearby stool.

Lodgings & Shelter

The fields about Kaerwynn become something of a makeshift village during the Feast, and lodging may be found beneath any number of comfortable canvases here and there, if one is willing to part with a sizeable weight of coin. The Traveller would be wiser to bring a tent or bed-roll of their own, and to arrive early to secure a good pitch. In truth, not a great deal of sleep is to be had, as the festivities roll far either side of the Feast Day, with naught much to discern day from night beside moon and sun.

Hierarchy & Political Structure

At dusk upon the eve of each Feast, each "army" elects a Kærwynn "King" or "Queen"; tradition dictates this be a child, crowned with what remains of the charred, nettle-stuffed goat's bladder of the previous year's contest. Throughout the day, they are seated on a high platform so that they might view the entire field of play, and enjoy tribute and honours from all around. Most years, this King or Queen is the orphaned child of a parent lost the previous year; for though Kaerwynn be a sporting feast, it feeds 'pon broken bones and blood and bile and - often - lives. Second to this "royal" figurehead are the many Captains; veterans, all, of the Feast of Kaerwynn, and fierce in the discharge of their duties. Some are drunkards delighting in the occasion, some barbarians who come for glory, some shrewd tacticians keen to turn the screw upon their opponents, or to weaken them far beyond the fields of this noble Hill. A clutch of Elders adjudicate general infractions, dispensing any rulings as necessary. These are wizened old-hands of the Feast, though frequently taken more by plum-wine, gambling and cavorting than by their duties to the Field of Play. The Elders are also charged with official scoring, although none have managed a point in recent memory. Despite random (and frequent) acts of petty crime, there is no law in attendance; no constable, nor guard, nor sheriff wanders Kærwynn.

Culture

Kærwynn's origins being lost to time, it is known now only for its festivities. Many see opportunities to settle debts or quash grudges, others a chance to gain notoriety and renown, or to profit handsomely in coin. Despite arriving with all manner of edged and mêlée weapons, participants are forbidden from using such tools of war during the Feast. It is to be remembered that the use of weapons and magic is strictly prohibited upon the Field. Various articles are smuggled into play, however; knuckle-dusters and various steel and iron toe accoutrements being highly favoured, along with hempen hand-wraps dipped in honey, broken glass, and thistle-thorns. Bucklers (smuggled onto the Field as belt and boot buckles) are also popular choice, their use being two-fold; defensive and offensive. Many a bard's tale mentions the spirit of ingenuity alive at Kærwynn! One such tale is of a farmer being removed from the field for employing a stout and heavy cast iron frying pan pilfered from a canteen. Another story tells of a villager clothing a wild black-bear in the garb of a human, and setting it loose upon the field. Rare are they who enter play seeking to murder, and an unruly equilibrium tempers the chaos, ensuring the brutality teeters at the edge of death's grip. That mighty end being everywhere, however, it makes no exceptions for Kærwynn; injuries abound, much blood is spilled, and it is not unusual for a handful of people to lose their lives variously to unforeseen accidents and innocent incidents each year somewhere upon the Field. Indeed, this is where many even dream of meeting their end.

Residents of Note:

ancestries have not been allocated, allowing the GM to assign as appropriate.

Kesh Fallewarr - Village Captain

Long, silver hair pinned tidily up; Dressed in stained, rough grey flannel, with a large, billowing black neck-scarf tied about the collar of a coarse blouse. Their hands are greasy and darkly stained from polishing armour. They smoke a curved yellow clay-pipe, and speak calmly, flatly, employing the most foul language as though it were seasoning the air.

Toradim Hallowmeer - Village Captain

A shaved head that shows many scars, and a single eye-glass through which they squint up at the sky, as though forever expecting rain. They speak several languages fluently, and are keen to engage any in their native tongue. From time to time they might be spied smearing mud from the ground across their leather armour, and muttering to themselves; whether prayers or curses, who could say?

Puk Snursbok - Elder

Dressed in black buttoned, woollen shirt rolled to the elbows, brown woollen trousers, and oversized boots without laces. Their black hair, smartly slicked with short back and sides, glistens above their bright blue skin. Always rolling three small black pebbles about in their hand which, from time to time, are shaken and slammed down upon the nearest surface. Delighted or disappointed at the result, their purpose remains unclear. They seem to know much about a great many people, and they enjoy the whispering and hoarding of secrets.

Shesd Arweka - Elder

Dressed in old leathers and worn chain-mail, they sit upon a goat-skin stool, chewing on a long-stemmed root, and squinting out at all before them. They're known for liberally yelling foul curses and proclamations at attendants, and for throwing generous gifts of unusual coin to those who fight well or tell a good joke as they pass. Over the years, they have come to believe that folk generally keep their distance out of some great respect, but - in truth - t’is their utterly foul body odours, along with the increasingly wild rumours of their involvement in the brutal slaying of a party of several Feast-goers during the previous year’s contest.

Skrouch Affaladeer

An affable, and popular, wandering seller of baked potatoes. Skrouch moves with a heavy limp, and is almost impossibly broad, and tall. Their wheezy, guttural laugh is heard long before they're seen, their fire-blackened hands endlessly greeting and bidding fondness and farewells to their many customers. They are accompanied, as they go, by a small horde of children, each adept in juggling and tomfoolery.

Pishon Poewalder

A scruffy, rake-thin pick-pocket and ne'er-do-well on the look out for whatever slim opportunities fall before them. They seem never to sleep, eat, nor drink, and are alert to a great many things. They are accompanied by a blind squirrel, and the pair whisper back and forth all manner of sour curses and spit-speckled oaths.


Some Adventure Hook Ideas

This list is by no means exhaustive, and is intended simply to stir the pot of your own imagination. Use what follows as starting-points, or ignore them entirely in favour of your own Adventure Hooks! 1 - a detestable Mage has poisoned the waters of the nearby streams with a curse that will place all under their control; in essence : instant army, just add water. 2 - the spirits of the Dead of the ancient battle of Kærwynn, having had their fill of this yearly cacophony, and finding their memory thoroughly bespoiled, rise up to smite these ungodly invaders! 3 - One of the Residents of Note has been murdered, seemingly for several hours before being discovered. Their large hoard of coin is untouched. 4 - a Noble family’s heiheiress has snuck to Kærwynn, seeking adventure and glory! The Party have been hired to find, and return them home. 5 - one of the Party has familial ties to one of the Peasant Armies, and are called upon to fulfil their duties via participation. 6 - the Party have been hired to protect a vast prize of Coin being offered - for the very first time - to the victors of this year's Feast! Every corner of the field is abuzz with rumours of it, and the threat of thievery pervades.

Random Kærwynn Encounters

Roll 1d8 for a Kærwynnian Encounter! 1 - An explosion rings out, blasting a crater into the field of play, sending participants flying in all directions. 2 - A herd of rampaging creatures enters the field. 3 - All around, Villagers are doubled over, vomiting a vile and acrid liquid. 4 - A “potion” seller sets up shop selling flavoured waters, convincing people it’ll enhance their physical prowess during the Contest. 5 - A farmer hands out heavy, fist-sized bags of seed, encouraging folk to use them as weapons. Unbeknownst to all, the seeds are under an enchantment, and will sprout as soon as they hit the dirt. 6 - Several Villagers with sleeply-poison tipped blades secreted in the tip of their boot are causing a sharp and chaotic havoc in sections of the onlooking crowd. 7 - A mysterious shower consisting of marbles and ball bearings rains down from above; none seem sure of their origin or cause. 8 - A Dragon makes itself known upon the Field, demanding an end to this noisily unruly Festival once and for all.

Kærwynnian Foods Roll-Table

Roll 1d10 for a tasty Kærwynn Snack 1 - Kings/Queens Fingers - a spiced parsnip on a stick, surrounded by a cake like substance, and dipped into a strawberry jam. Created in homage to the Kærwynn King & Queen, and one of the Feast’s oldest known attendant traditions. 2 - Liver & Radishes - a coarse, pale stew seasoned with peppery shredded radish, served with stale bread and apple sauce. 3 - Stuffed Pine Mushrooms - large, easy to find mushrooms that have been stuffed with hard cheese that has been melted to be softer, along with some small roasted pine nuts. 4 - Grey Light Garnish - a salad-like meal consisting of a local grey moss that glows dimly with an ingredient rumoured to enhance one’s strength; widely believed but never proved. 5 - Chug-Knuckles - small hazel-type nuts; boiled, smashed, spiced, and served in small deep-fried balls. Wonderful projectiles once cooled and hardened, but also excellent with rice and chilli jam. 6 - Posst - a wooden skewer onto which various vegetables chunks have been strung, before the entire thing is dripped in pigeon fat and roasted over an open fire. (Albyon’s note : the name of this simple culinary pleasure derives from the noise the dripping bird fat makes upon the flames of an open campfire) 7 - Pickled Toad Spawn - something of an acquired taste, and mostly enjoyed by the inebriated, this unusual delicacy clears the sinuses and invigorates the lungs. 8 - Squab Pie - small, yet hearty, pies seen as something of a delicacy. The outside edge of the pastry is decorated with the marks of rooks' feet. 9 - Collops - slices of steamed meat served with boiled eggs, all wrapped up in a sweet, caraway seeded flatbread. 10 - Crab-Apple Toffees - a sweet and simple pleasure enjoyed by all ages that forever pins their memory to Kærwynn.

Trinket Roll-Table

Roll 1d20 for a Kærwynn Trinket! 1 - A child's rib wrapped in red-woollen thread. 2 - A rusted prick spur decorated with the letters R.H. 3 - A crimson velvet covered brigandine, partially set ablaze and abandoned. 4 - A short-sword’s pommel decorated with a family coat of arms in faded enamel. 5 - a pouch of teeth, and teeth fragments, collected by children post battle, often sold to spell slingers. 6 - Woollen finger puppets of various heroic competitors of the past. 7 - Fox-fur mittens, stuffed and padded at the knuckles. 8 - A wooden club studded with beaver teeth. 9 - A pocket-sized handbook detailing impact and injury points. 10 - A sackful of stones, each one painted to look like a chunk of bread. 11 - Arrow heads dipped in tar-like poisons. 12 - A silken neckerchief that seems to weigh nothing at all, yet is heavy with the scent of honeysuckle. 13 - A small sacking-cloth pouch full of Wheatear beaks. 14 - A live Hare, tied up in a sack filled with the mist of some unknown spell(s). 15 - A large Haddock, and as though freshly plucked from the sea only moments ago. 16 - A small sack of potatoes that seem to explode into variously coloured powders when thrown. 17 - A pair of dark metal eye-goggles, the lenses of which appear to reveal metal objects upon any person. 18 - A large wheel of cheese that rolls along behind its owner. 19 - A wooden bucket full of a thick, flammable paste. 20 - A pale silver arrow sporting a rather finely carved whistling-tip.

Albyon’s Final Notes for the GM ~

pull apart this location so fantastically strange, toss aside all that irks to better rearrange the unspooling of inspirations, the pearls of this trade, to stitch anew an Adventure, a Quest freshly made, t’wards a tale of your party's own Kærwynn!

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Imbruustafal (a shattered sky-scrapingtower of monsters and mayhem)
Jaittura (a trading post inside the hollowed eye-socket of a wandering titan)
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Odonata (a giant dragonfly housing 4 clans and their strange trading post)
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2023.06.08 18:21 MSH0123 Alternative to Oil in Salad Dressing Recipes

Hi cooks! I love having big colorful salads a few days each week, and that includes making a homemade salad dressing. I am also, unfortunately, trying to remain in a calorie deficit for weight loss purposes.
I know the basics of a vinaigrette are somewhat scientific because you want the dressing to emulsify, but the amount of calories in the oil component are really messing up my ability to keep my calories in check. Is there a good alternative I could try instead?
Here is an example salad dressing recipe and the subsequent calories- you can see the olive oil carries the most calories by far.
Dried oregano (0 cals), 1 garlic clove (4 cals), 4 Tbsp balsamic vinegar (60 cals), 1/4 cup olive oil (260 cals), 1 tsp dijon mustard (5 cals), 2 Tbsp maple syrup* (110 cals)
*I know switching to a fake / sugar-free maple syrup would also save calories but since a change in that ingredient would make a big taste difference, I am hoping to find a replacement for the olive oil instead.
Edited to add: I completely understand I can omit or reduce ingredients, but I was hoping to hear from this community if there's an alternative here that is different from those options that may yield a similar result.
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2023.06.08 15:59 Yulmp2 My daughter’s state project

My daughter’s state project
Learn about VT from a ten year old. She picked VT because “they have the best ski resorts” 🥲
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2023.06.08 15:39 stressedandanxious22 Lily talking about ED content

Lily talking about ED content
lowkey want to comment her little rant about it being cringey on her latest “this sugar free maple syrup is only 15 calories for 2 tbsp that FUCKS”
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2023.06.08 15:16 clearliquidclearjar TALLAHASSEE WEEKLY EVENTS, 6/8 – 6/14

Events are listed by the day. Events that happen every week appear first, one time stuff after that. If you have anything you’d like people to know about, comment here or message me and I’ll add it in. If you’d like further info about any of the events, look it up! I usually don’t have any extra to add.
Large Scale, Ongoing, and Multi-Day Events
Local Running, Walking, and Biking Info: https://troubleafoot.blogspot.com/
OutdooFarmer’s Markets:
THURSDAY, 6/8
  • Blue Tavern: Free Jazz Five Buck Thursday (and Jam Session) with the Longineu Parsons Trio. Expect the unexpected when the supertrio of Longineu Parsons, Brian Hall, and Michael Bakan hold court for Blue Tavern's exciting new Free Jazz Five Buck Thursday series (FJFBT). From Louis Armstrong classics to meditative musical dreamscapes, hard-driving funk grooves to wild Balkan beats, and free jazz adventures to the deepest downhome blues, Parsons-Bakan-Hall do it all--and they do it like no one else, whether here in Tallahassee or anywhere else on the planet. Oh, and don't forget to bring your instrument and sit in during the final 10:00 set open jam (space permitting). 8pm/$5
  • Retrofit Records: King Krule “Space Heavy” Album Listening Event. 8pm
  • The Bark: Closet Goth with No Face and Good Real Estate. 8pm
  • 926: Jameson Tank with Learning To Swim and The Sparrows. 8:30pm
FRIDAY, 6/9
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Everett Young. 5pm
  • Hobbit West: Friday Night Dart Tournament. Anyone can Enter! Sign ups at 7:30, Darts fly at 8:00/$10 entry fee
  • Ouzts Too: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 8pm
  • The Bar at La Casa: Latin Night. 8pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with DJ Rah. 9pm-11pm/21+
  • 926: The Hot Friday Night Party and Drag Show. 9pm/$5/18+
  • Proof: The Allie Cats. 5pm
  • Peppers: Saylor Dollar. 6pm
  • The Red Shed: Walkers Crossing. 6pm
  • The Hub at Feather Oaks: Ben Baggett. 6pm
  • Lake Tribe: John Moore. 6:30pm
  • The Wine House on Markey Street: Little Mercies. 7pm
  • Ruby Diamond: Second Annual Screen Spectacular featuring original film scores from student films and arrangements of music from film, TV, and video games performed by the FSU Studio Orchestra. 7:30pm
  • Fire Bettys: Jupiter Troupe + Soul Candy - Free Show! 8pm
  • The Bark: BRAT! with support from Brass Wizard, Slug Crust, Nightfall Ends, and Subpotent. 8:30pm
SATURDAY, 6/10 It’s my birthday! Happy birthday to me.
  • Brinkley Glen Park: Invasive Plant Removal. Join Master Gardener Volunteers at this weekly invasive plant removal event. This is a great way to learn to ID our invasive plant species and how to remove them. We recommend wearing long pants and sleeves, closed-toed shoes, gloves, a hat and mosquito spray. Bring gardening tools such as hand clippers, loppers, trowels, etc. if you have them. We are removing coral ardisia bushes and berries, nandina, tung trees, Tradescantia flumenensis, cat's claw vine, winged yam, Japanese climbing fern, skunkvine and more. Directions: The best way to get there is to take Meridian Rd to Waverly Rd, go to the next intersection and turn left onto Abbotsford Way, then turn left at the next road called Woodside Dr. At the stop sign turn left onto Lothian. Lothian ends in a cul-de-sac and there is a sign that says Brinkley Glen Park. 8:30am-11:30am
  • The Rose Room: The Rose Revue. Performances by your favorite entertainers and special guests! Shows at 8pm, 10pm, & Midnight! A unique cast EACH show! 7pm
  • Duke’s and Dottie’s: Line Dancing Plus Lessons. 7pm/21+
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Laughterday Night Fever. This week: Five Year Anniversary Laughterday Night Fever! Join us every Saturday at Bird's Aphrodisiac Oyster Shack for a free comedy show! 8:30pm
  • La Casa Bar: Karaoke With Nathan. 9pm-1am
  • The Bark: Sickening Saturday Drag Show. 10:30/$10/18+
  • Woodville Branch of the Leon County Public Library: 2nd Saturday: History Under the Sea. Florida’s long coastline and crystal blue waters make for excellent diving experiences! The wonders of the sea have called many people to explore the depths! Come learn about diving practices through the years. Kids will go on a ‘dive’ of their own and discover the wonders of Florida’s waters! 11am
  • Adams Street: Adams St Flea. Browse our market full of locally hand-made items, art, and vintage finds, all set to the vibes of our house DJ on Adams St. Make an afternoon of your trip by visiting the restaurants and shops in the heart of our Capital City. Noon
  • Blue Tavern: 2nd & 4th Saturday Old Time Jam. All players & lovers of old-time Appalachian music are welcome to join! 4pm
  • The Hub at Feather Oaks: Zach Lambert. 5pm
  • The Rose Room: Grand RE Opening (Now in RR Sq). Welcome to our Rose Room... Come see how much we bloomed! WE have so much to show you... The Rose Review will leave you begging for more... with 2 amazing shows @9 and 11 followed by our very own burlesque troop @midnight ... This is a themed night Pride month so come out and support these AMAZING performers and show so Love... 6pm/$10
  • 926: Mason Pace, Cinema Stereo, Satin, Copyright Claim, and The Fetish. 7pm
  • Blue Tavern: Pat Puckett. 8pm/$5
  • House of Music: Selwyn Birchwood. 8pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Pride Burlesque Show. Shaken Not Stirred Burlesque is back at your fav local theater Cap City Video Lounge! We have an amazing show planned for Pride month! We're here, we're queer, & we're gonna make you cheer! Enjoy our queer cuties, exquisite enbys, & bi-babes! You don't want to miss our Pride Burlesque Revue! Pride looks/outfits welcome & encouraged! Don't forget to tip your performers! 8pm/18+/masks required/$10 General Admission, $20 VIP Admission: Front row seating, $35 Celebration Special: Ticket & a personalized song from Shaken Not Stirred Burlesque!
  • Fire Bettys: Live Band Karaoke. 8pm/free
  • SoLook Tally (434 FAMU Way): Submersive Sounds Hip-Hop Showcase featuring Nu Skinny, Trem Sol, Ro-Thoro, Tokyo.Extraordinaire, Da Beast, and DJ Ryan Chargers. 9pm
  • Common Ground Books: June CGB Movie Night: Paris is Burning. 9pm
SUNDAY, 6/11
  • Bicycle House: Sunday Ride. Ride at 10:30 AM from Bicycle House. We will ride the Cascades trail to the St Marks trail and down to Wakulla station and return, about 31 miles. Ride speed is 12 to 14 mph, with periodic regroups. Vernon Bailey is the ride leader. Vernon is a new CCC member who’s been biking for 50 years enjoys riding with small groups and weekend touring. 10am
  • Gamescape: Pokémon League. Come learn, play, and trade with the Pokémon Trading Card Game and the Pokémon video games! We LOVE seeing new players, so come learn how to play! We play both the Trading Card Game and the Video Game casually and competitively. The store offers lots of different seating arrangements to meet our group's needs, as well as food, drinks, and Pokémon products for purchase. We are also hold regular, officially sanctioned tournaments for Pokémon Trading Card Game and Video Game Competitions! 2-4pm
  • Lake Tribe: Colby Scheib. 3pm
  • House of Music: Songwriter Sunday. Songwriters of Tallahassee hosted by Rachel Hillman. Bring your original songs on Sunday - sign up is at 4:30. No Cover Songs please - this is an event celebrating original music. Accompanists and Bands Welcome - you must be able to set up within two minutes, so no crazy pedals or amp shenanigans. No Backing Tracks - Please find someone to play your song with you. 5pm
  • The Plant: Open Jam. All instruments, all players welcome. 5pm-9pm
  • House of Music: Perkins Street Pickers. 5pm
  • Oyster City Brewing: Comedy Night. Come have some laughs with us on Sunday nights! If you are interested in participating in the show, reach out to [email protected] 7:30pm
  • The Rose Room: Synful Sunday. 8pm
  • Ology: Marauder’s Market. Noon
  • Goodwood: Tomato Feastival 2023. Join us for our 2023 Tomato Feastival on Sunday, June 11 from 2-6 p.m. at Goodwood Museum & Gardens! Enjoy great food, live music, meeting our farmers, playing games, and of course, local tomatoes. 2pm
  • The Hub at Feather Oaks: Dominic Milner. BK’s SnowKone Factory is also here from 1-4 pm that day with their great selection of snow cone flavors and Dippin' Dots ice cream. The ice cream of the future of yesteryear! 3pm
**MONDAY, 6/12
  • Just One More: Bingo. 5pm-6:30pm
  • World of Beer: Corn Hole Night. 6pm
  • American Legion Hall: Cha Cha - Weekly Lessons. 6:15pm/$5
  • Hangar 38: Bingo. 6:45pm
  • Vino Beano: Tipsy Trivia. 7pm
  • The Rose Room: Karaoke Night. 8pm
TUESDAY, 6/13
  • Blue Tavern: Shanice Richards Happy Hour! 5pm
  • World of Beer: Poker Night. 6pm
  • The Rose Room: Drag Bingo and Open Stage Night ft. Britney T. Foxx! 6pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Company: Tuesday Night Beer-go! 6pm
  • The Rose Room: Queer Dinner and a Movie! 6pm
  • Crafty Crab: BOOMIN' Karaoke. 7pm
  • Gamescape: Hobby Night. Slay the grey together! Join your fellow gamers and turn your pile of grey miniatures into a battle ready army. Need some painting tips? Feel free to ask at hobby night. You can bring any miniature for any game to paint. 7pm
  • Ology Midtown: Jazz Jam Sessions. 7pm
  • Island Wings: Trivia. 7pm
  • House of Music: Tuesday Trivia & Karaoke. 7pm
  • Burrito Boarder: Karaoke with DJ Roldus. 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Bluesday Tuesday with Bill Ricci. Every Tuesday is Blues Day @ the Blue Tavern and Blues Meets Girl is a Tallahassee favorite. This perfect, intimate venue provides just what you need for both a mid-week break and authentic blues music experience. 8pm/$5
  • 4th Quarter: Professor Jim's Tuesday Night Trivia. Popular for a reason! 8pm
  • Argonaut Coffee: Trivia Tuesday. 8pm
  • 926: Tacos and Trivia. 9pm
  • Fire Betty’s: Comedy Show. 9pm/21+
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Tallahassee Filmmaker Meeting. Join us at Cap City Video Lounge to pitch and discuss coming film ideas and video projects, both currently in production or in the pre-production stages! Please bring your work and ideas via links, thumb drives, or discs so that we can showcase it on the big screen in the Cap City Video Lounge's Fantomas Theatre! (Trailers and Shorts only, please!) No experience is necessary to join, but a small $5 admission fee will go towards our wonderful meeting location to continue supporting the passion of movie making in the local community! Please invite local actors, crew members, and film enthusiasts to join us on Tuesday, June 13th! We will be returning to an itinerary for our meetings starting in July that will help amp you guys up for the next 48 hour competition in November! Tickets for the 48 Hour Film Festival Premiere from this past month are available for purchase in person or over the phone! Hope to see you there! 7:30pm
WEDNESDAY, 6/14
  • Rose Room: Women's Wednesday. Featuring Our Rose Roulettes and drink specials all night long. A night for all of our female-identifying friends to enjoy a safe space and an awesome happy hour! 6pm-2am
  • Blue Tavern: The Wednesday Night Lab Session. 5pm
  • Sugar and Spice Tally: Game Night. Join us every Wednesday Night for community game night. Bring your own or use ours! Let me know if you need to reserve space for a large group. Free to attend! 5pm
  • Tara Angel’s Magic: D&D Experience - Adult (18+) Group. Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition - Candlekeep Mysteries. A one-shot is a D&D event that starts and finishes in the same session, typically lasting 3 - 4 hours. We have pre-generated characters for players to choose from. WHAT TO BRING: Pencils, Dice (can be purchased in store), Mask (encouraged for unvaccinated participants), Enthusiasm! Please sign up in advance to reserve a spot in this campaign. Tickets can be purchased in-store, over the phone, or on the website. For more information, please email [email protected], or call: (850) 878-4555 6pm-9pm
  • Goodwood: Wonderful Wednesday. 6pm/$5
  • Level 8 Rooftop Lounge: Trivia. 6pm
  • The Great Games Library: Open Game Night. 6pm/free
  • American Legion Hall: Sue Boyd Country Western and More Dance Class. Session 2 - Beginner 6:30 to 7:45 pm What: East Coast Swing and Waltz. Cost: $8.00 per person. Wear comfortable shoes you can turn in. 7:45 to 8:15 - Practice dance with paid admission. 8:15 to 9:30: Intermediate - 2 Step and WCS. $8.00 per person or $13.00 for both classes. Vaccines are required. Face masks are optional. Changing partners is optional. 6:30pm
  • Perry Lynn’s Smokehouse in Quincy: Wed Night Open Mic w/ Steven Ritter and Friends. 6:30pm
  • Hangar 38: Trivia. 6:45pm
  • Oyster City Brewing Tallahassee: Trivia. Teams up to 6 players for three rounds with 10 questions and a tie breaker each round. Winners are by round so don’t worry if you need to come late or can’t stay the whole time! Prizes include a round of beer, a 6 pack and a gift card! 7pm
  • Proof: Trivia. 7pm
  • Vino Beano: Wine Bingo. 7pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Trivia. 7pm
  • Blue Tavern: Wednesday Open Mic with Doc Russell. The open mic night that has run continuously for almost 20 years, once housed at the Warehouse, lives on at the Blue Tavern. Doc Russell continues as the host with the most. Sign up starts at 7:45pm/free to attend
  • House of Music: Bar Bingo! Free to Play & Late Night Karaoke. 7pm
  • The Bar at La Casa: MidWeek KARAOKE! 7pm
  • Fire Betty’s: Karaoke! 8pm/21+/free
  • Dukes and Dotties: College Night and Line Dancing Lessons. 8pm
  • The Bark: Karaoke with DJ Nathan. Best karaoke DJ in town. 9pm
  • World of Beer: Karaoke with DJ Cowboy. 9pm
  • 926: Dragged Out Wednesday. 10pm
  • 926: Normalizing Hate: A Difficult Discussion on LGBTQ+ Rights in Florida. Gay-owned Junnier Law & Research P.A. is presenting "A Law & Your Rights Hour" discussion on "Normalizing Hatred: An Uncomfortable Discussion About LGBTQ+ Rights in Florida" at 926 Bar & Grill to talk about the government clawback of LGBTQ+ rights in Florida. We will informally discuss LGBTQ+ current events and how they affect our identity as a group and as individuals. Talk leads to anger, anger leads to planning, planning leads to action--Let's turn Anger into Action! 7pm
  • Square Mug: Ahleuchatistas (feat. Trevor Dunn of Mr. Bungle/Fantômas) with Frogs Dogs and Cowl. 7pm
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2023.06.08 14:59 Melissaldork [Sell][From US to US] Perfume full sizes, sample bundles - Alkemia, Osmofolia, Smelly Yeti Princess Jellyfish, BPAL, Astrid and more

PayPal goods/services. $4.50 shipping. Scents are kept in a dark closet. I reuse packaging and I ship on the weekends. Free sample/s are normally included.
Full sizes
Alkemia - Sandscape 5ml extrait roller Sun warmed beach sand, Atlantic ocean breezes, the saline-aquatic scent of drying sea water on skin, and the faintest hints of tanning oil and seaweed. RIS, tried once, $14
Astrid Merci 23 - 8ml oil Candied fruits and amber. Fill slightly below top of label. $15
Astrid Wicked Good 8ml oil Dulce de leche, apple, brownie, spiced woods, and warm vanilla musk. Not vegan. Tried twice, $18
BPAL Supposed to be a Pretzel 5ml Oil "… but also kinda smells like popcorn?" RIS, tried once, $18
Death and Floral - Summer Night Delight 5ml oil roller A woodsy and dry blend of Arabian sandalwood and slightly spiced Egyptian musk, laid on a bed of warm cardamom and coconut husks blended with the sweetest and juiciest blood orange, a slightly sweet buttery caramel lingering in the background. Tried twice, $14
Death and Floral - Vintage Cream Soda 5ml oil roller Classic A&W cream soda. Tried twice, $14.
Death and Floral - Black Forest Honey 5ml oil roller Blackened honey musk, deep and rich with a hint of blackstrap molasse (formulated in a skin-safe honey base). Tried a few times, $13
Haus of Gloi - Salty Sea Mist Covered Hay 5ml oil Hay accord with white musk, white amber, and salty sea air. Tried once, $14
Long Winter Farm - Fig & Forest 10ml oil roller Sweet, fruity fig and fir needle. It smells like both the first flow of sap in the spring and that first night after you put up the Christmas tree in winter. Tried once, $12
Long Winter Farm - Porridge 10 ml oil roller Just as warm and comforting as you want it to be, this one's a blend of oats, cinnamon, honey, dried figs, and sweet cream. Tried twice, $12
Mad Lab Studios - The Wheel of Fortune 10ml oil roller Root beer, vanilla, caramel, marshmallow, blackberry. Tried twice, $9.50.
Osmofolia - Altocumulus 5ml oil roller Golden altocumulus clouds glowing in a beach sunset: sugary lemon cotton candy, bleached beach shells, humidity clinging to sunscreened skin, and a precious chunk of ambergris, fading into darkness and evening dew. RIS, tried once, $14. Sold
Osmofolia - Evening Sun 5ml oil roller Dried yellow corn husks and crisp green corn stalks, stacked hay bales, flaky cinnamon sugar pastries, fresh popcorn, and a field full of Evening Sun sunflowers. Tried twice, $14
Smelly Yeti - Princess Jellyfish 7.4 ml oil - now sold out Jammy strawberry jellyfish float through a cool blue ocean, salty and a little sweet, with a hint of guava. Aquatic and feminine, but not too sugary. Tried once, $16 Sold
Snowy White Owl Perfume - Breakfast in America 10ml oil roller blueberry buttermilk pancakes ladled with cinnamon butter, red maple syrup, bacon, and fresh black coffee. Tried once, $12
Themed/branded/random sample bags -
Alkemia sample bag - 4 samples direct from house - Lilacs Along the Winding Road, Camilla, Madam X, and Winter Sanctuary. All new, $10
Nui Cobalt sample bag 5 samples direct from house - Humbuggery, Hive Mind, Scallywag, Charlatan and Melophilia. All tested once, $12
Who is that/Where am I sample bag - interesting characters and places. Features brands Osmofolia (2), Morari, Stone and Wit, Poesie, Hex, Alkemia. 7 samples, $10.
Assorted brands sample bag - 6 samples, various sizes, featuring brands like BPAL, Luvmilk, Cocoa Pink and more. $8.
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2023.06.08 05:58 OpeningAnimator2853 I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS FOR A YEAR!!

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2023.06.08 03:54 Answersplsthnx Louse

Louse
Kara Pierce (f-29) 300hp
damage
Bio engineer in insects/parasites, she believes that they who know the bugs, know the universe. Creator of the Bio-bomb, a walking War Crime, she won't let morales dictate the direction of her work. Thus finding kinship in Moira, thinking her like a dour older sister, she happily joins Talon to continue work with her babies.
melee- Sting- uses bayonet to thrust enemy 15hp
Passive- Leech- physically attacks on dead give small 20 hp and prevent Mercy res
Primary-Nail-gun(modified carbine)10 shots projectile .25 sec between shots 1 sec reload 15 hp headshots yes range 30m before drop-off
Second- Bio-bomb(infected status), after 1 sec charge dive forward to opponent (up to 20 meters) where she'll stab them (10 hp) and stay for .5 sec then done. (bomb will be inactive and die if left for 2 secs, it become active and matures upon any outside healing/ also preventing said healing, except stage health packs, for 1.5 seconds where it'll emerge and explode 35 damaging to host 15 damage to 5 meter area)(8 second cool down)
Ability 1 Flit- allows for a double jump and glide 10 meter
Ultimate Hive: She'll kneel down if attacked within 3 seconds she'll release a 20 meter area of "bees" that will implant bio bombs in any enemy in area and sting for 25 hp, plus infected status.
5sp damage +4 5ht (clubs +1pt) +0 ksp 2 movement +3 9cb unique status eff +3 (Infected) 10di ties talon +2 5di optimistic +2 kdi (rule world) +3 delusions of grandeur (j1) 4cb 300 hp +3 (j2) 6ht (di +1pt) +0
total 24 pt on medium
Personality: Super happy megalomaniac. She'll be in sugar high while describing how bugs will be the dominant species and how she'll survive. Or her latest sugar fix.
Interaction: (Lucio animal question) It's gotta be the jewel wasp. I found one in the wild when I was young, thinking it was actually jewelry until it stung me…and here we are!
Dva you haven't lived until you've tried my maple honey chocolate chip candied orange oat bars, they keep me going forever! (Dva) I think that's too much sugar. Even for me!
Winston can I check you for mites? (Winston) That seems offensive? Oh, sorry. I found this lone lice and… (Winston interrupting) Check me! Check me! Check me!
Let's go swimming after! (Mercy) I'm not going to that creek, it's infested with leeches! (Baptiste) Ok, but I'm not pulling leeches off you again. (Moira) Didn't I quarantine that cesspool? Hee he.
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2023.06.08 00:40 TehBaconBrawlerZ Periodic UHC Season 5: Boron - Episode 3

Hello Everyone! Welcome to Periodic UHC Season 5, Boron!

This UHC is organized by TehBaconBrawlerZ, and in this season we will be doing a Rigged Team of 3 using the following scenarios:

Scenarios:

Anti-Boronics: Boronic Acid is used for tons of of Pharmaceutical Methods in the real world, and the same is true in the game! Combining 4 Glass, 2 Redstone, 1 Diamond, a Golden Apple and a Bottle, you can create a Tier 1 Anti-Boronic, and using the same craft again substituting the bottle for the Tier 1 Potion, will give you a Tier 2 Anti-Boronic. Upon drinking either tier, you will take damage and gain different effects, based on the Tier of Potion: -Tier 1 Potion - 1.5 Hearts of Damage but gains Strength and Haste 1 for 30 Seconds. -Tier 2 Potiom - 3.5 Hearts of Damage but gains Strength 2 for 20 Seconds and Speed 1 for 15 seconds.
Boronic Armor: Boron is a key component in types of Armor, such as Bulletproof Vests and Tank Armor. Because of this, players are unable to enchant their equipment past basic level enchantments provided by the enchanting table (no anvils). Instead, in order to make higher tier gear, they have to combine the piece of equipment with different items (Iron, Gold, Diamonds, Feathers, Arrows and Apples). Inspiration was taken from (and given permission by) Elunial, organizer of "The Saga"
*Bold = Highlighted
Team Link
ashley lavacasts AGAIN -
AshleyMashley Episode 3
DefectiveSickle Episode 3
KatyLawson Episode 3
spec favorites -
PhoenixTheViking Episode 3
Stevenator0808 Episode 3
ZebraTonic Footage Lost
any they/thems tryna lemme feel they/tiddies -
nishimarii falling
LoserSky_ Episode 3
JimmyJawns PC Wiped POV
The British -
78ford Episode 3
Xzeaulor Figuring out the Gamemode
draylor09 Episode 3
The Sacrifice -
FalingDutchman Episode 3
SugarIsZoey Episode 3
fruitlogic Episode 3
TheGreat Nick Nuggets -
Blufferfish2009 Episode 3
CharityTheGreat Episode 3
nug17 Late
fellas doing fella things -
1Rag Episode 3
crazyblue19 Episode 3
Ullti Mellow Yellow
loud -
K0REDRAG0N Man, again?
NikoAnimation Late
Zapnic Episode 3
comedy club -
CommanderK22_ Episode 3
Jervy_Ras Episode 3
ProMapleSyrup Non-Recorder
gang plank -
BuildingBard300 Lost
Jalapinecone Lost
Mathgeek007 Hate to See it
The JEGS -
jimmyjegs Lost
Rockall Episode 3
EmNoJo Non-Recorder
The Winning Team -
MattChills Lost Footage
Scrub72 GG.
Omnixkrxn Episode 3
Irony -
Jahrod Episode 3
Nyxbee PC Exploded
Buzzy_Bee_120 Episode 3
Irony 2 -
KaeBTW Episode 3
Ghaosty Episode 3
TehBaconBrawlerZ Episode 3
Spec -
_Fost_ Episode 3
Rohcket Episode 3
Death Tracker
Position Player Team Color Cause Episode Link
42nd K0REDRAG0N Cyan was blown up by Creeper Episode 1
41st Scrub72 Light Grey fell from a high place Episode 1
40th Mathgeek007 Pink was blown up by Creeper Episode 2
39th ??? ??? ??? ???
38th ??? ??? ??? ???
37th ??? ??? ??? ???
Previous Episodes
Credits
  • Organization - TehBaconBrawlerZ
  • Host/Coding - TheSlimeBrother
  • Intro - Kirbey
  • Art - Ghaosty
  • Logo - Forgot_N
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