More Awesome Custom Hearthstone Cards

Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another Hearthstone post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome cards.  Now, let’s have ourselves a friendly brawl!

  • Poison Elemental by SmugJustice Type Rogue Common Minion Tribe: Elemental Appearance: A globular elemental with a human skull. Mana Cost 0 Attack 1 Health 1 Effect: Has Poisonous during your turn. 

This is a very unique card that I could definitely see in today’s meta. The Rogue Class is all about dirty tricks, and deadly traps, so this card works perfectly. It can be played on the first turn for no cost, and can easily set up combos. 

 

  • Lightforged Construct Type: Paladin Rare Minion Tribe: Mech Appearance: A robot with a golden body and a crystal power source. Mana Cost: 5 Attack: 4 Health: 3 Effect: Battlecry: Discover a Spell in your deck and cast it on this minion.

This is an absolutely wonderful card that is powerful, but not overly so. Many, if almost all of the Paladin Spells used on minions have potentially  positive effects. This card gets a unique boost in strength depending on the type of Paladin deck you run. All in all, an awesome card.

More Awesome TV Tropes

Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another Tropes post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome facts. Now, let’s begin!

  • Eyeless Face: A very common trope used in many forms of media. It deals with a character that has no eyes. It can be a form a blindness, or the eyes could be located elsewhere. Some examples include; The Helvetica Scenario from the British TV Show Look Around You. It occurs when the queen calcium leaves the nest. It leads to facial erasure. Luckily, it’s an amazingly rare phenomena. Next, there’s The Pale Man from Pan’s Labyrinth. This particular creature has eyes, but they are located on his hands instead of his face. Lastly, there’s Destiny from X-Men. She is a villain with the powers of precognition. She also is blind, and doesn’t have eyes.

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  • NSFW CONTENT AHEAD! Eye Scream: A rather graphic trope that used in many horror films and games. It deals with something horrible happening to a character’s eye. Some gristly examples include; Olivia Castle’s death from Final Destination 5. The titular character goes to get Laser Eye Surgery, and the machine goes haywire. Her eye gets burned and she falls to her death in graphic detail. Next, there’s the Eyeball Machine from Dead Space 2. Issac has to insert a needle into his eye, and if you mess up, you die horribly. Lastly, there’s The Guy in the game I Wanna Be The Guy. You beat him by shooting his eyes until they bleed.

No pictures this time. Out of sake for own eyes.

 

More Awesome Custom Hearthstone Cards

Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another Hearthstone post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome cards. Now, let’s have ourselves a friendly brawl!

  • Malevolent Trickster by Shoemanband Type: Warlock Neutral Minion Tribe: Demon Mana Cost: 3 Appearance: A blue female demon with chaotic power. Attack: 3 Health: 3 Effect: Battlecry: Shuffle 3 Worthless Imps into each player’s decks.

I find the “Worthless Imp” mechanic to extremely underrated in Hearthstone, and this card could make it have a lot of value. The imps not only add more cards to your deck, but can also stop “Duplicate Decks dead in their tracks.

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  • Treasure Hunting by Patticake Type: Rogue Epic Spell Mana Cost: 7 Appearance: 2 treasure hunters running away from a massive demon. Effect: Fill your hand with cards from other classes.

This is an amazing card that totally plays into the Rogue mechanic. Burgle Rogue is one of the most fun types of decks to play in the game, and this fits that to a T. The amount of value you can get out of this is incredible, and I’d love to see it become a card in the real game.

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More Awesome Guns/Weapons In Enter The Gungeon

Hello fellow Gungeoneers! It’s time for another Gungeon post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome items! Now, let’s begin!

  • Shelleton Key Type: Passive Item Rarity: S Appearance: A key with a happy skeleton on it. Effect: Allows the user to open any chest without the use of a key. Curse Up when held.

This is one of the most straightforward items in the game. It does make it much easier, though, and allows you to save a bunch of casings on keys. Unfortunately, it’s not very easy to come by, and you usually have to give up a lot to use it.

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  • Evolver Type: Semi-automatic Gun Rarity: C Appearance: A blue amoeba with a circle in the center. Damage per shot: Amoeba form: 6, Worm form: 11.5, Snail form: 11.5, Frog form:???, Dragon Form: 37.5  Max Ammo: 300-150  Effect: A gun that transforms upon killing enemies. It starts as an amoeba, and finishes with a dragon. 

Here we have one of my absolute favorite guns in the game. I love the transformation mechanic, and this gun fits it like a glove.

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More Awesome TV Tropes

Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another TV Tropes post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome references. Now, let’s begin!

  • Magikarp Power: A fun trope that’s used in many forms of media. It refers to a seemingly weak character or item that gains phenomenal power upon leveling up or evolving. Some examples include; The titular trope namer, Magikarp. This is the weakest Pokemon in terms of stats, but it evolves into a giant leviathan-like creature with tremendous strength. Next, there’s the “Void Item” from The Binding of Isaac. It starts out as a useless active item, however, it can absorb other items to become an immensely powerful resource. Lastly, we have Frothing Berserker from Hearthstone. It starts out as a semi-weak 2/4 minion, but every time it takes damage, it grows in power.

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  • Handicapped Badass: Another extremely common trope that’s used in many forms of media. It represents a disabled person who does incredible things, and doesn’t let their faults get in the way. Some examples include; Johnny from part 7 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. This main character is paralyzed from the waist down, but participates in a world-wide horserace, and kicks serious ass. Next, there’s  Red Haired Shanks from One Piece. This pirate captain lost his right arm to a sea monster in the first episode. Surprisingly, this doesn’t weaken his swordsmanship in any way, and he still is one of the most powerful characters in the show. Lastly, there’s Professor X from the X Men. While he might be bound to a wheelchair, his telepathic powers are some of the strongest in the world.

johnny joestar.jpgJohnny Joestar handicapped, jockey, and certified badass.

Awesome Stands In Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure

WARNING! MASSIVE JOJO SPOILERS AHEAD!

Hello fellow viewers, and welcome to a brand new topic. I just recently finished all 8 parts of the manga, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, and it was a hell of a ride. Araki Hirohiko’s magnificent story and characters grab the viewer from the very beginning and take them for a wild ride. One of the most prominent things in the series is introduced in part 3, The Stardust Crusaders. We learn about Stands (Physical manifestations of one’s life-force that only people with other Stands can see. They are all uniquely shaped, and have a massive variety of powers. They can be acquired by natural means, or may be given to someone via a special arrow or corpse. Some can be controlled automatically, while others can be controlled manually. Many are named after famous bands due to Araki’s love of American music. Since they are a manifestation of one’s life-force, any damage dealt to the form, will also hurt the user. If the user dies, the Stand usually disappears along with them. Now, with the explanation out of the way, let’s begin!

  • Metallica Stand User: Risotto Nero (Part 5 Vento Aureo) Close Range and Colony Appearance: Small metal creatures with stitches and looks of horror. Abilities: Invisibility (They live in Risotto’s bloodstream, and they use particles  to help him blend into the background). Metal Manipulation (This highly dangerous ability allows Risotto to manipulate iron in the atmosphere from the air and ground with a range of up to 5 to 10 meters. It can repair his organs by stitching them up. He can also use the iron in other people’s blood as well. If this is the case, he will usually transform the iron into sharp objects, like razor blades or nails, to effectively rip the person’s body from the inside out.  In conclusion, this is one devastatingly crazy ability that shows the ferocity of La Squadra Esecuzioni’s leader.

doppio.jpg(The horrifying effects of Metallica.)

 

  • Beach Boy Stand User: Pesci (Part 5 Vento Aureo) Appearance: A silver fishing rod with an unsettling skull on the reel. Type: Close-range Abilities: Hook and Sink (The main purpose of this Stand is to phase its line through anything, human or otherwise. When the target is ensnared, the user will reel it in, like a fisherman. The hook can rip a person’s body apart if it snags an important organ). Damage Reflection (Anyone attacking the string of the rod will have the attack reflected at them. The string is essentially invulnerable to being destroyed by conventional means). Extreme Line Sensibility (The line transfers all of the information that the user needs to take town its opponent). Conclusion: This is a very cool Stand that Pesci uses to awesome effect.

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More Awesome Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards

Hello fellow duelists! It’s time for another Yu-Gi-Oh post! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome cards. Now, let’s duel!

  • Leotaur Type: Beast-Warrior/Effect Attribute: Earth 4 Stars Appearance: A fearsome lion-beast hybrid with a large sword. ATK: 1500 DEF: 1600  Effect: If this card battles a non-Normal Monster, this card gains 500 ATK during the Damage Step only.

This card can be absolutely brutal in some decks that are filled with Effect Monsters. Having a 2000 ATK beat stick that can easily be used is always a good thing.

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