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Lay's, Rocky, and Smashing: T'S ONSTER DWAYNE "THE ROCK GOLEM" JOHNSON Carved out of flawless granite, Dwayne The Rock Golem Johnson is the perfect representation of a flawless man. From his impeccably chiseled face, to a body that lays the smack down on anyone who looks at it, there is not a single blemish on this magical construct of a man. Beyond being the most electrifying rock in sports entertainment, Dwayne The Rock Golem Johnson is the cornerstone in a series of adventures best described as fast and furious. DwAYNE THE RoCK GOLEM" JOHNSON Large cotuct unoligned Armor Class 17 (natural armor) Hit Points 178 (17610 85) Speed 30ft STR DEX CON INT WIS CHA 22 121) 20(5) 34 1 (0) 6(.3) Damage Immunities poison, psychic; bludgeoning, plercing and slashing from nonmagical attacks that aren't adamantine Condition Immunities charmed, exhaustion, frightened, paralyzed, petrified, poisoned Languages Smack Talk and Common Chalenge 10 (5500 XP Immutable Form. The Rock is immune to any spell or effect that would alter its form Magic Resistance. The Rock has advantage on saving throws against spells and other magical effects Magk Weapent The Rock's weapon attacks are magical ACTIONS Multiattack. The Rock makes two attacks siom, Melee Weapon Attack: 10 to hit, reach St, one target it: 19 (348- 6) bludgeoning damage On a successful geapple, The The Rock Bottom. Rock wraps one arm around the target's upper body. He mugs to everyone isible, and then lifts the target high into the air and slams them into the ground dealing 4d8+6 bludgeoning damage. The target must succeed on a 0C 17 Dexterity saving throw to take half damage and remain standing. otherwise they are knocked prone. action, The Rock The Pebbles Elbow As a bonus a strikes a self- assured pose overa prone target. With ahigh degree of fair he bounces off objects around the battlefield, leaps high Into the air and comes down from the sky to smash a rocky elbow into the target's ribs dealing 6d8+6 bludgeoning damage. И the target succeeds a DC 15 Constitution saving throw they muster up enough internal fortitude to move at the exact right moment and the Rock deals the damage to himself Art by Justin Usterling TheungeonRats.com
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Ass, Boxing, and Floyd Mayweather: FLOYD MAYWEATHER IS WORTH $340 MILLION VS CONNOR MCGREGOR $22 MILLION YET HE'S STRUTTING AROUND LIKE HE ISN'T WORTH 15 TIMES LESS THAN FLOYD ON HIS BEST DAY WTIME Repost @17thsoulja5 ・・・ In a conversation with someone, I discussed McGregor and his “Dance for me, boy” comments. And to my shock, just like Mayweather’s father, this person didn’t think McGregor’s comments were racist. Yes, my side eye was twitching. The person (who shall not be named) excused the comment by saying that maybe McGregor probably didn’t understand the context in which he was using it, basically because he’s from Ireland. Ahh ... good ol’ Ireland. See, here’s the thing about Ireland: Racism is rampant there. In a 2014 study from Enar, the European Network Against Racism (Ireland), it cited over 182 incidents of racist verbal abuse, violence, discrimination and other attacks toward Africans living in the country. And racism is also rampant in McGregor’s history of taunts and attempts to be “witty.” It’s not just McGregor’s Tuesday press conference where he said, “Dance for me, boy!” It also happened in 2016 when McGregor called Nick Diaz a “cholo gangster from the hood.”And when McGregor told Brazilian fighter Jose Aldo, “I own this town, I own Rio de Janeiro. I would invade his favela on horseback and would kill anyone who wasn’t fit to work, but we’re in a new time, so I’ll whoop his ass instead.” And then, Wednesday night, McGregor pulled out his “Dance for me, boy!” line again while Mayweather just sat back and watched. It seems as though everyone but McGregor gets the racial undertones of not only calling a black man “boy” but also telling one to dance, as if he’s some type of court jester.Sure, smack talk exists in boxing, just like in any other sport, but McGregor has continually taken it to a different level, though there are some who just want to chalk it up to his not being aware. Something tells me he’s aware, all right, and he’s not going to stop. But here’s to hoping that Mayweather knocks his racist head right off his body in August 17thsoulja
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Ass, Boxing, and Floyd Mayweather: FLOYD MAYWEATHER IS WORTH $340 MILLION VS CONNOR MCGREGOR $22 MILLION YET HE'S STRUTTING AROUND LIKE HE ISN'T WORTH 15 TIMES LESS THAN FLOYD ON HIS BEST DAY WTIME In a conversation with someone, I discussed McGregor and his “Dance for me, boy” comments. And to my shock, just like Mayweather’s father, this person didn’t think McGregor’s comments were racist. Yes, my side eye was twitching. The person (who shall not be named) excused the comment by saying that maybe McGregor probably didn’t understand the context in which he was using it, basically because he’s from Ireland. Ahh ... good ol’ Ireland. See, here’s the thing about Ireland: Racism is rampant there. In a 2014 study from Enar, the European Network Against Racism (Ireland), it cited over 182 incidents of racist verbal abuse, violence, discrimination and other attacks toward Africans living in the country. And racism is also rampant in McGregor’s history of taunts and attempts to be “witty.” It’s not just McGregor’s Tuesday press conference where he said, “Dance for me, boy!” It also happened in 2016 when McGregor called Nick Diaz a “cholo gangster from the hood.”And when McGregor told Brazilian fighter Jose Aldo, “I own this town, I own Rio de Janeiro. I would invade his favela on horseback and would kill anyone who wasn’t fit to work, but we’re in a new time, so I’ll whoop his ass instead.” And then, Wednesday night, McGregor pulled out his “Dance for me, boy!” line again while Mayweather just sat back and watched. It seems as though everyone but McGregor gets the racial undertones of not only calling a black man “boy” but also telling one to dance, as if he’s some type of court jester.Sure, smack talk exists in boxing, just like in any other sport, but McGregor has continually taken it to a different level, though there are some who just want to chalk it up to his not being aware. Something tells me he’s aware, all right, and he’s not going to stop. But here’s to hoping that Mayweather knocks his racist head right off his body in August 17thsoulja
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