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 brawl!
Fire and Forgive by SgtGoat Type: Paladin Rare Spell Appearance: A mage getting blasted with holy fire. Mana Cost: 8 Effect: Deal 8 damage to all minions. Give the survivors +4/+4.
Another wonderful high-risk high-reward card that I could see being played in a Buff-Paladin deck. The cost is pretty high with 8 damage, but if you can survive, you’ll become extremely powerful.
Pyramad by ?? Type: Shaman Legendary Minion Tribe: Elemental Appearance: A very cool looking golem. Mana Cost: 6 Attack: 5 Health: 5 Battlecry: Transform your Totems into 0/5 Desert Obelisks.
This card has wonderful swarming synergies, and could finally make the Desert Obelisks playable. The obelisks deal five damage to a random enemy and the end of your turn. However, this effect only occurs when three of them are on the field. With this card, and the multiple totems in the Shaman’s repertoire, pulling this off is quite an easy feat.
Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another tropes post. I hope you guys are ready for some awesome knowledge. Now, let’s begin!
Random Encounters: A widely used trope in various RPGS. It occurs when the party runs into a random horde of enemies. This can happen with or without warning. Some examples include; Final Fantasy I, the party will run into multiple encounters throughout the game, and some squares are deliberately there for this reason. Next, we have virus encounters from the Megaman Battle Network and Starforce series. Lastly, we have Drakkhen which amps up the encounter rate to absurd levels, with even bosses appearing to kick your ass.
An example of this in Megaman Battle Network.
Bloody Horror: A trope used in nearly every form of media. It’s a genre that usuallyincorporates visceral things happening to the body. These can include blood shooting out of orifices, bloody bodies, or anything gory. Some examples include; The Arc of The Covenant scene from Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark. Beams shoot out of the box, melting the Nazis into bloody mush. Next, there’s the bloody elevator from The Shining. Lastly, there’s the 9th man’s fate in the visual novel, 999.
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!
Bath Buns are sweet pastries that come from the United Kingdom. They’re made from a milk-baked yeast dough, and crushed sugar. It’s usually topped with candied fruit.
Ayam kecap is a savory dish that comes from Southeast Asia. It’s made with chicken that’s been simmered in a sweet soy sauce. It’s eaten as a main dish, and is usually spiced with various herbs and vegetables.
Konichiwa, everyone! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more fascinating yokai. Now, let’s go on a journey to the “Land of the Rising Sun”!
Shinchu are extremely powerful creatures of Japanese mythology. They’re depicted as huge insect gods which resemble giant silkworms. They have incredibly sharp teeth, large wings, deadly stingers, saucer-like eyes, and eight legs. Despite their fearsome appearance, they don’t attack humans, and instead feed on evil spirits and demons.
Raiju are mysterious beings of Japanese folklore. They’re the living, bestial form of lightning, and have insane power. Japanese myths have depicted these creatures in many different ways, including; canine-like, dragon-like, weasel-like, or insect-like. They are said to bring down lighting to punish people.