My Favorite Guns In Enter The Gungeon Part 1

Hello fellow Gungeoneers! It’s time for a very special post. Enter The Gungeon is a very fun, yet extremely difficult bullet hell roguelike. The game involves tons of puns and many guns. Some of them range from normal firearms, like sniper rifles, and elephant guns, to the absolutely insane, like a literal pea shooter. The following will be some of my favorite guns from the game.

  • Yari Launcher Flavor Text: “Hell. Yes.” Class: S Type: Automatic Max Ammo: 140 Damage: 10 (Impact)+ 15 (Explosion) Ammo Type: Homing Rockets Appearance: A futuristic, red gun with a large barrel.

This gun packs some serious heat, and is an absolute boss killer. It fires a continuous stream of homing rockets at the near target, and the damage scales very quickly. Being an S-Class gun, it’s not easy to come by, but if you do, you’ll kick some major ass!

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  • Megahand Flavor Text: “-P-” Class: B Type: Charged Max Ammo: 200 Damage: 6 (Uncharged) 45 (Charged) Ammo Type: Solar Bullets Appearance: The motherfucking Megabuster!

A love letter to my favorite video game character of all time. This Megabuster is one of the more powerful guns in the game. Its charged shot alone can kill most early enemies in a single hit. It also synergizes with multiple items and guns, making it a very versatile weapon.

megahand

  • Compressed Air Tank Flavor Text: “You Know My Work” Class: A Type: Charged Max Ammo: 50 Damage: 50 Ammo Type: Sharks ( Yes, really) Appearance: A literal compressed air tank.

This is one absolutely crazy gun! It shoots homing sharks that play the jaws theme. The sharks search for a target, and then they jump up, killing regular enemies in one hit! It’s stupidly awesome, and a definite pick up during any run.

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More Fascinating Mythical Creatures (Every Other Wednesday)

Hello everyone, and welcome to the permanent expansion of the Wednesday post! Expect to see entries from creatures all over the world. Also, I would love some suggestions in the comments’ section below. Now, let’s dive into the awesome world of mythical beasts!

  • Monopods are extremely bizarre creatures of Ancient Greek mythology. They were first depicted by Pliny The Elder in the start of the AD time period. They’re portrayed as dwarf-like creatures with a single, gargantuan foot.

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  • Nalusa Falaya is a downright disturbing monster of Choctaw folklore. It’s depicted as a spindly, obsidian humanoid with a snout-like nose, and the power to blend into the shadows. It spends its time terrifying kids who stay up late, and infecting humans with pure malice.

 

More Awesome TV Tropes

Hello fellow Media Lovers! It’s time for some more tropes! I hope you guys will enjoy it. Now, let’s begin!

  • The Jinx: A darkly comedic trope that deals with severely unlucky characters. They are perfectly normal, but can inflict brutal unluckiness on others. Some examples include: Archie of Archie Comics (He tends to get himself and others around him into trouble), Douglas Fackler of the Police Academy movies (Upon throwing an apple core, he unknowingly causes a riot), and  this is Black Cat of Spider-Man fames main gimmick.

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  • Airborne Mook: This trope deals with any character in any form of media that flies, and is usually a pain to deal with. Some examples of this include: Pipis from the classic Megaman series (These mechanical birds drop large eggs on the Blue Bomber that split into many annoying miniature versions), The Lakitu  from Super Mario Bros (These flying freaks stay out of range and drop spinys on the Mario Bros) lastly, we have the Explosive Flies from The Binding of Isaac (These bastards fly around rooms and like to get up in your business. Take care of them from a distance, or face a full heart’s worth of damage) 

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More Delicious Foods From Around The World (Every Other Friday)

Hello fellow food lovers! It’s Friday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more delicious foods. Now, let’s dig in!

  • Gulha is a snack food that comes from the Maldives. It’s made from wheat flour, rice dough, tuna, chili, onion, and grated coconut. It’s usually eaten with sweetened hot tea.

gulha

 

  • Mattar paneer is a spicy dish that comes from India. It’s made with a tomato-based sauce, peas, paneer, and garam marsala. It’s completely vegetarian, and eaten with rice and naan.

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Awesome Cards From Custom Hearthstone Part 1

Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another Hearthstone post! It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of the card game, and I love the creativity that goes into making each card. Custom Hearthstone is both a subreddit and website that lets people from around the world design cards. This post will be covering some of my absolute favorite cards made on the site. I will be posting their usernames as well, so that you can check them out at your leisure. Now, let’s begin!

  • Senegos Created by: TheGronne  Tribe: Dragon Mana Cost: 8  Type: Legendary Mage Minion Attack: 4 Health: 12 Appearance: A really cool azure dragon with light wings. Effect: Counter the first spell your opponent casts each turn.

This card is absolutely incredible! The stats are extremely fair for an 8 cost minion, and the effect is very unique. You essentially get a “counter spell” minion that activates every turn. If this ever makes it into the real game, Secret Mage decks would become meta defining.

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  • Pirate Invasion! by Braydentheco Type: Warrior Epic Spell Mana Cost: 4 Appearance: A group of people being raided by pirates. Effect: Shuffle 10 copies of random Pirates into your deck. They cost (1) less. 

This is another ultra inventive card that could make Pirate Warrior work. It seems like an “Academic Espionage” for the Warrior class, and probably has insane synergies with other pirates. Patches can be summoned for free, and you can easily fill the field with strong minions. Tell me what you think of this card in the comments’ section below.

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Even More Of My Favorite Spells Part 3

Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another Hearthstone post! This is another continuation of my “Spells Series”. I hope you guys are ready for some more awesome spells. Now, let’s begin!

  • Cinderstorm Type: Mage Rare Spell Mana Cost: 3 Appearance: A mage casting 5 fireballs. Effect: Deal 5 damage randomly split among all enemies. 

This is like a much stronger Arcane Missiles. It’s also surprisingly versatile and saw tons of play when it was released. The cost is perfect for tons of synergies, and can easily clear boards.

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  • Flanking Strike Type: Hunter Normal Spell Mana Cost: 4 Appearance: A frightened kobold with a shield. There’s also a threatening wolf  in the back ground. Effect: Deal 3 damage to a minion. Summon a 3/3 Wolf. 

I absolutely adore this spell! It is extremely useful for you if your board is empty, and can deal heavy damage to a minion. Plus, the fact that the wolf is part of the “Beast Tribe” makes it key for all kinds of crazy synergies. If you pop this card, and then play a Kill Command to deal a hefty 8 damage.

flanking strike

Asher’s Pub (Thursdays)

Hello fellow Cicerones! It’s Thursday, and my Pub is open once again! I hope you guys are ready for some awesome drinks. Now, let me fix you up something special!

  • Cake Mix Cocktail

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 oz Stoli® Vanil vodka
  • 4 1/2 oz ginger ale

Directions: Fill glass with ice. Add vanilla vodka with ginger ale. 

cake mix

 

  • The Bloody Chainsaw (Texas Chainsaw Massacre Cocktail)

Ingredients

  • 1 oz. maple whiskey 
  • 1 oz. moonshine
  • 4 oz. apple cider
  • Bacon bits

Directions: Add whiskey, moonshine, and apple cider to a cocktail shaker with ice. Strain into glass over ice. Rim with bacon bits.

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