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Blair Witch Season 2 storyline (no spoilers)

2021.10.16 11:11 A-DonImus Blair Witch Season 2 storyline (no spoilers)

Hey I am just starting season 1 with my friends and noticed season 2 dropped as a box and is on sale.
Now I’m curious from just looking at the items: I know it’s not required to play the first to do the second, so is it a totally new story, or is it related to the first to some extent? What’s the general premise this time around? I did hear the podcast from the first game plays a bigger role.
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2021.10.16 11:11 Dangerous-Wasabi6489 Scusate se è brutto ma è il mio primo memino (L'ho pure scritto con la grammatica giusta) spero che sia un memino httvante

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2021.10.16 11:11 Bruh12340987 About the Jin from Yarikawa sakai armor

So we all know how armors in ghost of tsushima have the "change armor appearance" option that adds/removes part of your armor right? Well the sakai armor does have this option, but on Iki island where I have to use the Jin from Yarikawa style, I doesn't seem like this option exists, is this a bug or an intentional feature because not having the shoulder armor kinda ruins my outfit
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2021.10.16 11:11 conversation6imper Julia Rose - She Nude Happy With Her Friend !!!

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2021.10.16 11:11 saeed-kh guys Do you have classical Music sheet for guitar?send it to my email tnx.

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2021.10.16 11:11 Brainjarmen104 SCIENCE BITCH

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2021.10.16 11:11 RationalMean By this time, instead of Brian, most youtubers, tiktokers, and journalists should be in jail. ...Don´t you think so Bertolino? ...I do, of course, along and among the true perpetrators

By this time, instead of Brian, most youtubers, tiktokers, and journalists should be in jail. ...Don´t you think so Bertolino? ...I do, of course, along and among the true perpetrators
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2021.10.16 11:11 Arminius_C Guys what do you think, will we again miss the train in this coming bullrun?

I think our only chance is the SC beta release since Coordicide will take more than a year i guess until full release.
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2021.10.16 11:11 Gloomy-Reference-788 What’s the difference between Chaotic sword god and the remake

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2021.10.16 11:11 ravensflock508 Clash is back and it's, once again, not fun for anyone but sweats, snipers and hackers

This mode is hot garbage for so many reasons. It's just a discount Battlefield big team mode, it caters to sniping which is NOT everyone's favorite way to play (I personally think everyone who mains a sniper is a loser, but ya know) and I am really tired of being killed by no-skill dorks who use the MG82 or the FiNN... it's pathetic and if you use that trash you are, well, trash.
This mode caters to the worst possible people in the playerbase and absolutely alienates casual players with the oppressive atmosphere, instant TTK's from the hacking scumbags who plague our community and the lack of overall fun this mode can give.
Getting the juggernaut "CAN" be fun... but it's usually just not. This mode is literally a mess and it COULD be fun but until they nerf the damage that's done to Juggernauts by thermite, it wont be. The thermite damage on the juggernaut is FAR TOO HIGH and it's ABSOLUTELY unfair and unbalanced.
Clash is bad, nerf the MG82 and FiNN till they're USLESS because they're ruining the game and nerf the Thermite because it makes grinding that $30k absolutely fucking pointless.
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2021.10.16 11:11 Retr0z3 Upgraded gpu and game is playing worse?

Hey everyone I recently upgraded from an rx580 to an rx6600xt and I should be getting a lot more frames than I am getting. With most settings set to low, I see some frame skips from time to time, my frames bounce like crazy at some points, and overall am not liking the performance. Is this a bungie thing? What can I do to fix it? Please help.
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2021.10.16 11:10 laptopStrummer kissdoomfate - MAL (new metal/dark pop single + video)

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2021.10.16 11:10 coldsav Didn’t someone post some actual good content from her OF a few days ago? What happened to it?

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2021.10.16 11:10 OneExplorer Internet fatigue and the future of human relationship with technology

tl;dr: Everyone assumes technology will continue becoming a part our daily lives. This is baked into projections regarding the labor market, economy, and so on. Could internet fatigue develop enough to disrupt our current understanding of what the future looks like though?
Currently, all projections of the future seem to assume further human cohesion with the internet is inevitable. Should this be untrue, however, then our imagination of the future could be even more inaccurate than those of the 1950s. In some ways, we are guaranteed to see human interaction with the web become more prevalent over the next 50 years. We currently expect much of the third world to become further industrialized within the century. This means much of the global population has yet to develop its online presence and consumption as we have. After that however, wouldn't it be interesting if internet use tapers off?
Simply put, the technological revolution has upended the dynamics of human mating, psychology, governance, and labor. In many cases, efficient systems and algorithms have been instituted which turn our psychology against us for the sake of profit. In tandem with technological disruption, globalism and the industrialization of the third world will continue to churn western societies into something new. It is very possible that a shift may occur in which first world nations begin to turn away from casual use of technology for the sake of something new. Movements such as nosurf could become far more popular, and the attention economy could flop. I'm interested to see how this develops.
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2021.10.16 11:10 Naive-Comb-2391 JJBA Eyes of Heaven story mode in a nutshell

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2021.10.16 11:10 Tight_Company You may kiss...

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2021.10.16 11:10 elfy4eva What did Mr. Spock find in the bathroom of the Enterprise?

The captain's log.
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2021.10.16 11:10 A858A Need help - Bugs

Recently I've ran into two bugs. One where I open the calibration panel (for the perks) where the game just freezes and I have to Restart. The other one is with the ninjas. They just stand there and won't attack, and since I need to parry to be able to attack them I cant kill them. Anyone who knows a fix?
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2021.10.16 11:10 Nar-I-Yuki Suggestions please

I came from the isekai manga side, but I am already reading xianxia novels for a few months. Now I am craving for isekai type novels with cheat protagonists. Like Lin Ming's cube from Martial World, Yi Yun's purple crystal from True Martial World, or Qing Shui's and Zhao Hai's independent space. (Ancient Strengthening Technique, BTFTLIAW)
Any suggestions will be very much appreciated. Thanks.
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2021.10.16 11:10 Legitimate_Donut6201 #TSUGA went from 0.0001446 #price to 0.00029944 #price in few days and the #game is out soon #TSUGA is going #ToTheMoon 🚀 Don't miss this #gem

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2021.10.16 11:10 KaiserCheifs How to clean my kitten’s eyes?

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2021.10.16 11:10 sennay2001 Yotsuba on her school uniform 🍀

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2021.10.16 11:10 Ryraah Your sanity belongs to me !

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2021.10.16 11:10 Third_Sundering Dragons Versus Giants: A Homebrew/Speculative Explanation for Why They Hate Each Other

Okay, as some of you may be aware, in D&D, there's been quite a long history of Dragons and Giants hating each other. Depending on the setting, it can range from deep rivalries to outright war between the two, with the most notable Dragon-Giant War probably being the Thousand Year War from the Forgotten Realms. Basically, all you need to know for the basis of this post is that Dragons versus Giants is a thing, and this post is to explain why Dragons and Giants hate each other so much in the worlds/multiverse of D&D. This will be using some of the new/updated lore from Fizban's Treasury of Dragons and also some speculative information and homebrew lore to tie it all together. (Also, if you want to know why people have Dragons and Giants fight in their fiction in the real world, it's almost definitely because it's just plain awesome. It's really hard to get cooler than a Giant wrestling with a Dragon, or a Dragon's wing being cut by a Giant's Sword while it breaths down fire on the Giant.)
Let's start out by analyzing the natures of these types of monsters to see if there's any innate reason why they would hate each other. First, let's do Dragons.
According to the updated draconic lore about the First World from Fizban's Treasury of Dragons, Dragons helped create the Material Plane. Dragons are to the Material Plane as Celestials are to the Upper Planes, Modrons are to Mechanus, Fiends are to the Lower Planes, and so on. Basically, the Material Plane is the Plane of Dragons (evidenced by the name of the hobby, Dungeons and Dragons, as well as several settings, like Eberron's Creation Myth being about 3 God-Like Progenitor Dragons, the Io's Blood Isles of Council of Wyrms, and the main two gods of Dragonlance, Takhisis and Paladine, being draconic gods). Basically, dragons are a big deal in D&D, being more than just flying magic lizards that breath fire (and other elements), they're literally so tied to the Material Plane and its existence that they can warp it and creatures that live on it by their mere presence. This is why they have Lair Regional Effects, Lair Actions, can create Half-Dragons by just being near the birth of a creature, and have blood so magical that it can grant powerful arcane magic to those that carry it (Draconic Bloodline Sorcerers).
Furthermore, Dragons in D&D are Multiversal. They exist on all of the worlds of the Material Plane, having Echoes across the multiverse that they can discover and draw power on if they get old and powerful enough. They have power beyond what almost all Gods in D&D are capable of; calling the aspects of their selves on other worlds to aid them in their times of need. They were present when the First World was shattered, and are deeply rooted in the nature of the Prime Material Realm. They're fairly weak when they're younger, but if they grow old enough, they eventually just inherit godlike powers from their connection with the Material Plane. Many of them grow so powerful that they could actually be considered gods. They live a long time, have access to unfathomable amounts of power, and can break the normal laws of the D&D multiverse because they are so magical in nature.
Giants, however, are different. While Dragons are more like "Gods-in-Waiting", Giants are more akin to Demigods. Giants, in the base lore of D&D, are the children/descendants of Gods. The different subtypes of Giants are literally descended from the 6 main children of Annam the All-Father. Annam is called the "All-Father" for a reason, he is literally the father of Giantkind. And Annam is an ancient deity, he has tremendous power and has a strong grasp over Giantkind with the Ordning, the Divine-mandated caste system of the Giants. Think of Annam as a mixture of Odin and the Judeo-Christian God, because that's basically his identity. Giants desperately want to please the All-Father, by following the Ordning and doing as much Maat as possible. They believe that if they please Annam enough, they will eventually refound Ostoria (the now-fallen ancient giant empire), and . . . the lore isn't actually clear here, but the logical assumption is that if you please your god enough, you'll go to "Heaven" (Ysgard for Giants) or become a God/Demigod. Since both are cool and fit the theme of Giants (which are heavily Norse-inspired, and Norse Giants were typically as powerful as the Aesir and Vanir Gods, if not even more powerful than them in some cases).
So, based off of this, the Giants want to conquer the world to restore a fallen empire, please their God-Daddy so they get to return home to him after they die, and become Demigods if they please God-Daddy enough, like their ancient ancestors were.
When you combine the lore of these two species, it's not hard to see why they'd butt heads so often. They both like to conquer regions, which will bring them into conflict. They're both long-lived and can hold grudges much longer than us puny mortals can. They're both extremely powerful and have some magical powers. And, most importantly, they're both connected to Godhood in some form. They're both vying for it, and the way that they do that will often bring them into direct conflict with one another. To Giants, nothing is a bigger threat to their hope of restoring Ostoria and achieving demigodhood than the Dragons, and to the Dragons, no other monstrous race is powerful and organized enough to be direct rivals with them. Giants also can take advantage of the extremely magical nature of the Dragons in order to create weapons and armor out of Dragonbones, can destroy Dragon Eggs whenever they find a nest (making the Dragons vulnerable in a way that Giants aren't), and can also use captured dragons as mounts with enough applied torture and cruelty. Giants will do anything to restore Ostoria, and Dragons are a threat to that. Dragons will do anything to keep themselves safe in order to allow them to grow old enough to become Great Wyrms, even if that means killing any and all Giants that they come across. Both see the other species as a threat, and both of them know what can happen when you underestimate the other.
tl;dr - Dragons and Giants both hate each other because they're long-lived, powerful, and have strong ties to Godhood that incentivize them to hate each other.
What are your thoughts? Have you used the conflict between Dragons and Giants in your campaigns/worlds before? Do you have any ideas on how to make implement it in your worlds/games? (Giants in my world use Dragon Scales as currency. Wyrmling Scales are copper pieces, Young Dragon Scales are Silver Pieces, Adult Dragon Scales are Gold Pieces, and Ancient Dragon Scales are Platinum Pieces.)
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2021.10.16 11:10 Always_sleepy_33 なんで野球ファンがいないんだ!

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