Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s time for us to take a look at some more crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Niterpent (The Experiment Pokemon) #382 Type: Fire/Electric Legendary Ability: Tinted Lens (Doubles damage of “Not Very Effective” moves) Appearance: An awesome mechanized snake. Ht: 19’01” Wt: 396.8 lbs Male Only Base Stats: HP: 81 Attack: 141 Defense: 85 Sp. Atk: 141 Sp. Def: 71 Speed: 101 Base Stat Total 620: (Highest Base Attack and Special Attack of all Fire-types and Highest Base Attack of all Electric-types.) Weak to Rock, Water, and Ground
Entry: Supposedly a haywire war machine, Niterpent converts anything nearby into metal. It acts oddly at times, as if receiving far-off signals.
Dowster (The Shade Pokemon) #077 Ghost/Psychic Type Abilities: Shadow Tag (Prevents Escape) or Cursed Body (Has a 30% chance to disable foe’s move on contact) Evolves from Deemdow when exposed to a Moon Stone Gender Ratio: 50/50 Appearance: A red poltergeist. Ht: 5’07” Wt: 168.9 lbs Base Stats HP: 80 Attack: 125 Defense: 50 Sp. Atk: 135 Sp. Def: 90 Speed: 70 Stat Total: 550 (Highest Base Special Attack of all Psychic and Ghost Types and the Highest Base Attack of all Psychic types.) Immune to Normal and Fighting.
Entry: This Pokemon hides in people’s houses, making itself invisible and moving objects with its PSI to make the house look haunted.
Hello fellow Tavern Dwellers! It’s time for another Hearthstone post! Today’s post will deal with Legendary Minions. This is, in my opinion, the worst Legendary Minions in the game. Now, let’s play!
Gormok the Impaler Type: Legendary Mana Cost: 4 Attack: 4 Health: 4 Appearance: An awesome, giant tusked warrior that reminds me of a human/mammoth hybrid. Effect: If you have at least 4 other minions, deal 4 damage.
It’s a real shame that such a cool looking card has such a crappy effect. Its stats are subpar for a 4-cost minion, and keeping 4 other minions alive is extremely hard to do. If its stats were a bit stronger, it would actually be a pretty good card that didn’t just need to rely on its effect.
Hemet Nesingwary Type: Legendary Minion Battlecry Cost: 5 Attack: 6 Health: 3 Appearance: An epic-looking dwarf with a huge gun. Battlecry: Destroy a Beast.
This is one of the shittiest legendaries in the entire game. First of all, the stats are complete trash, and almost anything can run over this minion. Second, its effect is one of the worst destructions ever printed. Many minions have a destruction Battlecry, but this one only kills a specific tribe. If you get this card in a standard pack, dust it immediately!
Hello fellow Duelists! It’s time for a very special Yu-Gi-Oh post! I’ve been playing the card game for many years now, and some cards make me infuriated. Now, prepare to rage, as we take a look at some truly vein-popping cards!
Sphere Kuriboh (aka Sphere Ebola) Type: Fiend/Effect Attribute: Dark 1 Star ATK/ 300 DEF/ 200 Appearance: A shiny, spherical Kuriboh. Effect: When an opponent’s monster declares an attack: You can send this card in your hand to the GY; change the attacking monster to Defense Position. When you Ritual Summon a monster, you can banish this card from the GY as one of the monsters required for the Ritual Summon.
This $!@#!*#!*#!#^& card is the bane of my existence in Duel Links. Everybody uses it, and its effect is one of the most annoying things to deal with. The ability to switch any attack monster into Defense Mode completely screws up your plan to end the duel quickly. It’s added Ritual effect is just a bonus on an already incredibly rage-inducing monster.
Denko Sekka Type: Thunder/Effect Attribute: Light ATK/ 1700 DEF/ 1000 Appearance: A beautiful, blue haired warrior. Effect: Cannot be Special Summoned. While you control no Set Spells/Traps, neither player can Set Spells/Traps nor activate Spell/Trap Cards that are Set on the field.
I have a love/hate relationship with this card. For starters, her effect is extremely potent, and can change the tide of the duel instantly. Unfortunately, if your opponent uses her, she becomes one of the most annoying cards in the game, being only able to be destroyed by monsters.
Hello fellow book lovers! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crappy covers. Now, let’s begin!
Inner Sanctum: Rise (The Inner Sanctum Series Book 2) by Abraham M. Luckey Genre: Christian Fiction Release Date: September 30th, 2018 322 Pages
This is a Christian book about two characters named Pax and Sori. They apparently have to defeat a great evil and the god of the dead. The cover is extremely pathetic in nature, and looks like it was completed in about 30 minutes. It’s a picture of a “space mask” that could have possibly been cut out of a picture book.
The Super Olympian: Bloodhound (Shapechanger Tales) by Laer Carroll Release Date: May 18th, 2017 Genre: Science Fiction 250 Pages
This is a book about an asskicking crimefighter that happens to be an Olympian. The cover is “interesting” to say the least, and will catch you of guard. It’s a picture of a white-haired heroine in a white gi and black belt. She’s also carrying two firearms, and there’s a flying police car for some reason. I really don’t know what else to say on this cover, except that it’s strange, really freaking strange!
Hello fellow media fans! It’s time for another round of TV Tropes! I hope you guys are ready for some truly unique tropes. Now, let’s begin!
Psycho for Hire: This is essentially a person who enjoys causing pain and misfortune to others for a price. They can appear to be completely normal, but little do people know, that they’re like dormant volcanoes waiting to erupt. They always have quirks, and at least one signature weapon that they use to inflict any amount of torture. Some examples of these characters include: Ryuji Yamzaki of the Fatal Fury and King of Fighters series. He’s a yakuza member with a split personality. He works under the ruthless Geese Howard, and has appeared in many SNK games. He usually appears to be normal and calculating, but his entire personality changes the instant he starts fighting. He doesn’t have any combat training of his own, and instead uses a uniquely brutal form of street fighting that always involves his signature knife. One of this moves involves him grabbing an opponent by the neck, and slamming him to the ground multiple times while laughing maniacally. Ladd Russo from Baccano! is a complete and utter psychopath with an incredible mind and excellent gun skills.
This is Yamazaki
Impromptu Weapon User: This is an incredibly fun trope that deals with the characters in media that use the weirdest things possible to inflict damage on enemies. Sometimes they end up being a lot more useful that people think, and other times, they just completely suck. Examples of these are: Kanji Tatsumi from Persona 4. He’s the resident badass who beats his enemies down with a freaking desk, chair, or shield. Yoshimitsu from the Soul Calibur series occasionally uses a Shepard’s Crook as a sword. The crook baas upon making contact. We also have The Holy Mackerel as a melee weapon in Team Fortress 2. Scout gets this actual fish wrapped in newspaper to bludgeon his enemies with. If you manage to get a kill with this “weapon” the words FISH KILL! appear on the screen.
Hello fellow book lovers! It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crappy covers. Now, let’s begin!
Red Planetby Robert A. Heinlein (October 17th, 2018) Genre: Science Fiction Pages: 258
This is a Science Fiction novel about a group of school kids that go to Mars and have all sorts of crazy things happen to them. The cover is an absolute train wreck though. There are two ultra deformed people, presumably the students, and a bizarre looking alien. The faces are extremely off-putting, and could give anyone nightmares.
At the Point of a Quarrelby Paul Telegdi (September 20th 2016) Genre: Unknown
This is a book about war in France. The cover is actually quite pretty, well, at least the coat of arms is. Then, you get to the left of the cover, and see a hunchbacked solider with a knife in his mouth. He looks completely deranged and very off putting.
Hello fellow book lovers! It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means! Yes, it’s time for us to take a look at some more crappy book covers. Now, let’s begin!
The Goblin and a Lucky Adventure (Tales from the Forest of the Hooting Owl) by Juliet Boyd Release Date: August 2nd, 2018 30 Pages Genres: Short Story, Kids
This is a recent book that’s about a goblin that goes on a journey. Unfortunately, the cover is absolute rubbish! It actually looks like somebody vomited the contents of a paint can onto the paper. I’m a big fan of abstract art, but this is so half-assed, it makes me angry. Put more effort into your covers, it’s not that hard!
Gubble Bubble Kingdom by Denise McCabe and Illustrated by Da’an Yahya Release Date: February 21st, 2015 36 Pages Genre: Picture Book
I don’t really need to explain the synopsis of this do I? It apparently is a children’s picture book that was well received on Amazon. The cover is “interesting” to say the least, and could easily give people nightmares. The cover is like a giant LSD trip with an overly happy jester and two kids trapped in a bubble. The jester appears to be pouring a douche filled with water into a green field. I don’t like this cover because it edges way too close to the uncanny valley.