Hello fellow Duelists! It’s Friday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crappy cards. Now, let’s duel!
Massivemorph Type: Normal Trap Appearance: The Goblin Attack Force is being inflated to massive size. Effect: Target 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; its ATK and DEF become double its current ATK and DEF, but it cannot attack directly.
This is actually a pretty recent card, having been released sometime last year. I first discovered this card on Duel Links, and I immediately discarded it as pure garbage. Not being able to attack directly is not really a problem due to the possibly huge increase in stats. If the effect made it so it couldn’t attack at all, it might have been used a lot more.
Number 44: Sky PegasusType: Beast/ XYZ/Effect Light Rank:4 ATK/1800 DEF/1600 Appearance: A mechanical horse with bright blue wings. Effect: Requires 2 Level 4 monsters. Once per turn: You can detach 1 Xyz Material from this card, then target 1 face-up monster your opponent controls; destroy it, unless your opponent pays 1000 LP to negate this effect.
Ugh, this card looks so cool, yet is completely useless. First, the card doesn’t have very high ATK, and no protection from Spells, Traps, or Monster Effects. Second, its effect is nearly useless if your opponent has high LP. This card has potential, but its effect makes it nearly unplayable.
You’re Gonna Go Far, Kid by The Offspring Released: September 4th, 2008 From the album “Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace”Genre: Punk Rock Songwriter: Dexter Holland Producer: Bob Rock
This is a great song by Punk Rock band, The Offspring. I remember listening to this song countless numbers of times when it first came out, and I have to say, its aged quite well. The overall energy and message that song brings really causes one’s morale to boost. The song starts with Holland’s passionate vocals, and then a groovy guitar starts playing. Everybody seems to remember the chorus, and I absolutely adore it. I believe the message of the song is to not take life for granted and become successful while still looking out for possible roadblocks in your way. I highly recommend this song to everyone, and would love to hear what you think of it in the comments’ section below.
Hello fellow gamers, and welcome to a familiar topic! Board Games have always interested me, and I keep finding new ones to talk about. This post, as before, will be covering some of these games, including the rules, pieces, and publishers. Now, let’s play!
Pandemic (2008) Type: Medical, Strategy, and Family Mechanisms: Hand management, Movement, Cooperative Play 2-4 Players Playing Time: 45 mins Ages: 8+ Designed by: Matt Leacock Artists: Josh Lappel, Tom Thiel, Christian Hanisch, Chris Quilliams, and Regis Moulun Published by: Z-Man Games
Pandemic is a fast-paced Strategy game that puts you in the shoes of a disease-fighting specialist. A vast array of diseases have spread to various parts of the world, and it’s up to you and your group to eradicate them before they become incurable. You take turns drawing cards from the deck, however not all of them are beneficial. Mixed throughout the deck are dangerous cards that can accelerate and boost the disease’s spread and power. Each specialist has a very unique skill that can help everyone out in their time of need. If you manage to destroy four diseases, you win the game, however all is lost if time runs out, or if the disease becomes immune to everything. (This sounds like a ton of fun!) The game has 6 expansions, and has won many rewards throughout the years.
Codenames (2015) Type: Party, Card Game, Word Game, Spies Mechanisms: Memory, Luck, Partnerships 2-8 Players Playing Time: 15 mins Ages: 14+ Designed by: Vlaada Chvatil Artists: Tomas Kucerovsky and Stephanie Gantiez Published by: Czech Games Edition
Codenames is a game of deduction and logic that divides the players into two teams with one spymaster and agents. The object of the game is to make contact will all of the agents first. Teams will guess words which they think belongs to them while spymasters can give them one word clues. You also have to avoid the assassin.
Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s Monday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Nomaestro (The Music Pokemon) #177 Fairy/Flying type Possible Abilities: Soundproof (Immunity to sound-based moves) or Pixilate (Normal-type moves become Fairy-type and receive a 20% power boost) Genderless Based off of: Nonon’s uniform from Kill la Kill Ht: 6’03” Wt: 264.3 lbs Evolves from Nonegative with high friendship. Base Stats: HP: 100, Attack: 105, Defense: 90, Sp. Atk: 95, Sp. Def: 80, Speed: 75 Stat Total: 545 (The highest base stat total of all non-legendary Fairy-type Pokemon) Appearance: A pink, robotic creature with a devious grin, boombox shoulders, and red eyes. Immune to Ground and Dragon and weak to Rock, Poison, Steel, Electric, and Ice.
Entry: Nomaestro’s songs are said to be very beautiful to those who hear them, right before their eardrums shatter.
Davyjaws (The Captain Pokemon) #260 Water/Fighting Type Ability: Torrent (Ups Water-type moves in a pinch) Name Origin: Davy Jones’ Locker+Jaws Gender Ratio: 87.5% male to 12.5% female Ht: 5’07” Wt: 308.6 lbs Base Stats: HP: 90, Attack: 120, Defense: 85, Sp. Atk: 65, Sp. Def: 85, Speed: 80 Stat Total: 525 (The highest base attack of all Water-type Pokemon) Appearance: A freaking cool shark pirate captain with a hook hand and parrot. Weak to Flying, Grass, Electric, Psychic, and Fairy.
Entry: They rarely travel together. Instead the travel with a crew of Corsharrk and plunder all of the lands. (Its cry is the Lazytown song, “You Are a Pirate”. RIP Stefan T__T)
Hello everyone, and welcome to a very special post! I’m going to show a bunch of pictures from my trip to China, and discuss each one. I hope you guys will enjoy it, and be sure to leave some comments in the comments’ section below. Now, let’s begin!
This is outside the Forbidden Temple in Tianamen Square in Beijing. It was raining like crazy, and the streets were a rainbow display of raincoats and umbrellas.
A much better picture of the front with emphasis on Chairman Mao.
This is a picture of a Foo Dog, a guardian of the Forbidden Temple.
This is a shot of the inside of the temple, as you can see, tons of people are gathered here to see the amazing art.
A beautiful picture of a ground painting that seems to depict an action scene with tons of dragons.
This is a Genbu, an ancient mythological creature with the head of a dragon and the body of a turtle.