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Paper book: Imagine having to charge your book this post was made by amazonkindle Greenland or right-whale, he is the best existing authority. But Scoresby knew nothing and says nothing of the great sperm whale, compared with which the Greenland whale is almost unworthy mentioning. And here be it said, that the Greenland whale is an usurper upon the throne of the seas. He is not even by any means the largest of the whales. Yet, owing to the long priority of his claims, and the profound ignorance which, till some seventy years back, invested then fabulous or utterly unknown sperm-whale, and which ignorance to this present day still reigns in all but some few scientific retreats and whale-ports; this usurpation has been every way complete. Reference to nearly all the leviathanic allusions in the great poets of past days, will satisty you that the Greenland whale, without one rival, was to them the manarch of the seas. But the time has at last come for a new proclamation. This is Charing Cross; hear ye! good people all, the Greenland whale is deposed,-the great sperm whale now reigneth! the paper book gang There are only two books in being which at all pretend to put the living sperm whale befere you, and at the same time, in the remotest degree succeed in the attempt. Those books are Beale's and Bennett's; both in their time surgeans to English South-Sea whale-ships, and both exact and reliable men. The original matter touching the sperm whale to be found in their volumes is necessarily small; but so far as it goes, it is of excellent quality, though Locations 2364-94 9444 Мешь л Home Back before reading it Paper book

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All Hail the Rat King: So recently the players in my campaign when exploring into a sewer network, where lately people have been disappearing. Their goal to find and save a local Priestess down there who can get a curse off an NPC member of the party. The players explore the sewers and happen upon a nest of 4 Wererats. DM (Me): "Ok, you happen upon a nest of wererats (rolls several dice), none of them have noticed you yet. What do you do?" Eldritch Knight (immediately): "I cast Disguise Self. I make myself look like a humanoid rat creature and put a crown on my head. I walk up to them." am immediately concerned. Eldritch Knight: "I call out to them and proclaim that I am their king. I'd like to roll to persuade them to follow me so that we can invade the surface world." DM: "Make a Deception Check." Eldritch Knight rolls a 19 Iroll Insight checks for all four rats with advantage due to their keen smell. None of them roll above 10. DM: "The rats regard you as a leader figure. You've gained 4 followers." The party then proceeds through the dungeon trying to find the kidnapped citizens while fighting denizens of the dark. I am secretly panicking as the rats are immune to all non-magical damage. Nothing in the dungeon can harm them... including the Boss. The party quickly figures this out. I proceed to shoehorn in a Shambling Mound as I have an idea DM: "You happen upon a Shambling Mound. Roll Initiative." Eldritch Knight: "My rats attack as a swarm." I proceed to have all the rats engulfed by the mound hoping to suffocate all of them and kill them before the final boss Eldritch Knight: "I run towards the Mound and try a pull my rats out by hand." DM: "Make a Strength Saving Throw against the mound's engulf. If you succeed, make a Strength Check on all four rats." The entire party stacks Help action after Help action to aid the Knight. Three rats escape while one dies inside the mound before it perishes However, the Eldritch Knight's Disguise Self spell wears off. DM: "Your magical disguise has weaned. The Wererats look to you in shock and awe." Eldritch Knight: "I run over to the dead rat and mourn him. I cry to try and convince the other rats that I am still a friend." DM (groaning): "Make a Performance Check." Natural 20. I desperately roll Insight with advantage on the three remaining rats, hoping for a Natural 20 too. None of them roll above 15 DM: "Your rats squeak amongst themselves and seem convinced you're still an ally." The party happens upon the survivors and the kidnappees before getting to the boss. DM: "You've found the survivors. There is 20 of them in total, if you-..." Eldritch Knight: "I sick my wererats upon all of them." I turn to the player in shock. Eldritch Knight: "My wererats bite all of the survivors. I need every one of them to make Constitution Saving throws against DC 12 or be cursed with wererat lycanthropy. Any of them that succeed they attack again." The party is furious, but the Eldritch Knight calmly explains that they already know the priestess knows the "Remove Curse" spell. When the boss is killed and it's all over, she can un-curse herself and even all of the survivors. The curse will make it easier to keep them alive too. The party agrees on the condition the Priestess remain uncursed DM: "You now have 22 wererats following you." The party nears the boss room and internally I am screaming. In my final act of desperation I alter the boss's statistics so that they have several attacks which deal acid damage and several AoEs. Anything that makes sense. DM: "You enter the room and the boss appears. Roll Initiative." The small platoon of wererats tank every hit the boss dishes. Several of the rats are performing the Help action on the players and things are looking extremely one-sided. 5 rounds into combat and none of them have taken any meaningful amounts of damage. I stop and smile. I have an idea. DM: "One of the wererats seems to be rallying the others to do something. You can't understand what it's saying." One of the wererats usurps the Eldritch Knight as the leader, the rats all turn upon the party in the middle of the boss fight. DM: "Everyone make Constitution Saving Throws. Anything below 12 means you're cursed with wererat Lycanthropy." Miraculously, only the Eldritch Knight fails the saving throws. Eldritch Knight immediately turns. He embraces the curse to maintain control of himself. He goes to combat his rebellious rat while the rest of the party, severely wounded from the onslaught of rat bites, continues to fight the boss. Eldritch Knight kills his usurper. The party finishes off the boss. DM: "The boss is dead. You have 21 wererats impressed by your strength. You yourself are also a wererat. What do you do?" Eldritch Knight: "I tell the party to go on without me. I'll start a new society down here and they can continue the quest without me while tend to my people." The Eldritch Knight stays down in the sewers with the survivors while the party returns to the surface with the priestess, ready to continue the quest. My player who played the Eldritch Knight rolls a new character. I ask why he did that, he responds with... "Nothing I could do from that point on would ever be able to top that." I nod All hail the Rat King. All Hail the Rat King

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Rereading ACoK and came across this...: off the travel. stained silks she wore, and Dany padded out to where the marble pool sat in the shade of a portico. The water was deliciously cool, and the pool was stocked with tiny golden fish that nibbled curiously at her skin and made her giggle. It felt good to close her eyes and float, knowing she could rest as long as she liked. She wondered whether Aegon's Red Keep had a pool like this, and fragrant gardens full of lavender and mint. It must, surely. Viserys always said the Seven Kingdoms were more beautiful than any other place in the world. The thought of home disquieted her. If her sun-and-stars had lived, When all the men had g he would have led his khalasar across the poison water and her enemies, but his strength had left the world. Her bloodriders remained, sworn to her for life and skilled in slaughter, but only in the of the horselords. The Dothraki sacked cities and plundered swept away ways kingdoms, they did not rule them. Dany had no wish to reduce King's Landing to a blackened ruin full of unquiet ghosts. She had enough on tears. I want to make my kingdom beautiful, to fill it with fat men and pretty maids and laughing children. I want my people to smile when they see me ride by, the way Viserys said they smiled for my father. But before she could do that she must conquer. supped The Usurper will kill you, sure as sunrise, Mormont had said. Robert had slain her gallant brother Rhaegar, and one of his creatures had crossed the Dothraki sea to poison her and her unborn son. They said Robert Baratheon was strong as a bull and fearless in battle, a man who loved nothing better than war. And with him stood the great lords her brother had named the Usurper's dogs, cold-eyed Eddard Stark with his frozen heart and the golden Lannisters, father son, so rich, so powerful, so treacherous. and How could she hope to overthrow such men? When Khal Drogo had lived, men trembled and made him gifts to stay his wrath. If they did not, he took their cities, wealth and wives and all. But his Rereading ACoK and came across this...

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Dany kind of forgot about her own morals - From Clash of Kings: SWO "Thogo can guard e as well. You have more languages blood- than my riders, and the Dothraki mistrust the sea and those who sail her. Only you can serve me in this. Go among the ships and speak to the crews, are from and where they are bound and what manner of learn where they men command them." Reluctantly, the exile nodded. "As you say, my queen." When all the men had gone, her handmaids stripped off the travel- stained silks she wore, and Dany padded out to where the marble pool sat in the shade of a portico. The water was deliciously cool, and the pool was stocked with tiny golden fish that nibbled curiously at her skin and made her giggle. It felt good to close her eyes and float, knowing she could rest as long as she liked. She wondered whether Aegon's Red Keep had a pool like this, and fragrant gardens full of lavender and mint. It must, surely. Viserys always said the Seven Kingdoms were more beau- other place in the world. tiful than The thought of home disquieted her. If her sun-and-stars had lived, he would have led his khalasar across the poison water and swept away any her enemies, but his strength had left the world. Her bloodriders remained, sWorn to her for life and skilled in slaughter, but only in the ways of the horselords. The Dothraki sacked cities and plundered kingdoms, they did not rule them. Dany had no wish to reduce King's Landing to a black- ened ruin full of unquiet ghosts. She had supped enough on tears. I want to make my kingdom beautiful, to fill it with fat men and pretty maids und laughing children. I want my people to smile when they see me ride way Viserys said they smiled for my father. by, the But before she could do that she must conquer. The Usurper will kill you, sure as sunrise, Mormont had said. Robert had slain her gallant brother Rhaegar, and one of his creatures had crossed the Dothraki sea to poison her and her unborn son. They said Robert Baratheon was strong as a bull and fearless in battle, a man who- loved nothing better than war. And with him stood the great lords her Dany kind of forgot about her own morals - From Clash of Kings

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Imagine being a roman peasant trying to just live his life: SPOR Like, maybe 14, or 15 my dude Hey Persia, how many layers of civil war are you on? this was supposed to be legs You are like a little baby SPOR SPOR SUCC Watch this 2nd century BC [edit] 135-132 BC: First Servile War in Sicily - revolt suppressed 104-100 BC: Second Servile War in Sicily - revolt suppressed 1st century BC [edit] 91-88 BC: Social War, between Rome and many of its Italian allies Roman victory. 88-87 BC: Sulla's first civil war (88-87 BC), between Lucius Cormelius Sulla's supporters and Gaius Marius' forces Sullan victory. 82-81 BC: Sulla's second civil war between Sulla and Marius' supporters Sullan victory. 82-72 BC: Sertorian War between Rome and the provinces of Hispania under the leadership of Quintus Sertorius, a supporter of Gaius Marius Sullan victory. 77 BC: Lepidus' rebellion against the Sullan regime 73-71 BC: Third Servile War in Italy revolt suppressed 63-62 BC: Catiline Conspiracy between the Senate and the dissatisfied followers of Catiline Senatorial victory. 49-45 BC: Caesar's Civil War between Julius Caesar and the Optimates initially led by Pompey the Great (Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus) - Caesarian victory. 46 BC: Revolt of the Bellovaci in north-eastern Gaul revolt suppressed 44 BC: Revolt of the Allobroges in Gaul revolt suppressed 44-43 BC: Post-Caesarian civil war between the Senate's army (led first by Cicero and then by Octavian) and the army of Antony, Lepidus, and their colleagues Truce results in union of forces. 44-42 BC: Liberators' civil war between the Second Triumvirate and the Liberators (Brutus and Cassius, Caesar's assassins) Triumvirate victory. 44-36 BC: Sicilian revolt between the Second Triumvirate (particularly Octavian and Agrippa) and Sextus Pompey, the son of Pompey - Triumvirate victory. 41-40 BC: Perusine War between the forces of Octavian against Lucius Antonius and Fulvia (the younger brother and wife of Mark Antony) - Octavian victory. 38 BC: Revolt of Aquitanian tribes revolt suppressed by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa 32-30 BC: Final War of the Roman Republic between Octavian and his friend and general Agrippa against Antony and Cleopatra Octavian victory 30-29 BC: Revolt of the Morini and Treveri in northern Gaul with Germanic support revolt suppressed 30 BC: Revolt in the Nile delta and the Thebaid revolt suppressed by Gaius Cornelius Gallus 28-27 BC: Revolt in Gallia Aquitania - revolt suppressed by Marcus Valerius Messalla Corvinus 13 BC: Revolt of Vologases, priest of Dionysus, in Thrace revolt suppressed 11-9 BC: Revolt of southern mountain tribes in Thrace revolt suppressed by Calpurnius Piso 4 BC: Revolt of Jews in Judea revolt suppressed by Publius Quinctilius Varus ist century edit] 3-6: Revolt of the Gaetuli in Mauretania revolt suppressed by Cossus Cornelius Lentulus Gaetulicus 6: Revolt of Judas of Galilee against Roman taxation - revolt suppressed 6-9: Bellum Batonianum, a great rebellion in Illyricum against Rome - revolt suppressed by Tiberius 14: Mutiny of the legions in Germania and Illyricum suppressed by Germanicus and Drusus Julius Caesar 17-24: Tacfarinas' revolt in north Africa - revolt suppressed by Publius Cornelius Dolabella . 21: Revolt of the Treveri, Aedui, Andes (Andecavi) and Turoni under Julius Florus and Julius Sacrovir in Gaul - revolt suppressed by Gaius Silius and Gaius Calpurnius Aviola 21: Revolt of the Coelaletae, Odrysae and Dii in Thrace revolt suppressed by P. Vellaeus 26: Revolt in Thrace - revolt suppressed by Gaius Poppaeus Sabinus 28: Revolt of the Frisii in the Battle of Baduhenna Wood - rebel victory 36: Revolt of the Cietae in Cappadocia revolt suppressed by Marcus Trebellius 38: Alexandrian riots 40: Alexandrian riots 40-44: Revolt of Aedemon and Sabalus in Mauretania revolt suppressed by Gaius Suetonius Paulinus and Gnaeus Hosidius Geta 42: Failed usurpation of Lucius Arruntius Camillus Scribonianus in Dalmatia 46: Revolt in Thrace revolt suppressed 46-48: Jacob and Simon uprising in the Galilee - revolt suppressed 60-61: Boudica's uprising in Britain revolt suppressed by Gaius Suetonius Paulinus 66-73: First Jewish-Roman War revolt suppressed 68: Revolt in Gallia Lugdunensis under Gaius Julius Vindex - revolt suppressed by Lucius Verginius Rufus' army 68-69: The Year of the Four Emperors between various Romans following the death of Nero (AD 68) After Nero's suicide, the generals Galba, Otho, and Vitellius take the throne within months of each other. General Vespasian, who until that point was fighting the revolt in Judaea, is victorious. He founds the Flavian dynasty. 69. Revolt of Anicetus in Colchis - revolt suppressed by Virdius Geminus 69-70: Revolt of the Batavi, Treveri and Lingones in Gaul revolt suppressed 79-80: Failed usurpation of Terentius Maximus, a Pseudo-Nero, in Asia 89: Revolt of Lucius Antonius Saturninus with two legions in Germania Superior - revolt suppressed 2nd century [edit] 115-117: Kitos War in Egypt, Cyrenaica and Cyprus - revolt suppressed 117: Revolt in Mauretania revolt suppressed by Marcius Turbo 122: Apis riots in Alexandria 132-136: Bar Kokhba revolt in Judea revolt suppressed 152: Revolt in Mauretania - revolt suppressed 153; Alexandrian riots 172: Revolt of the Boukoloi in Egypt - revolt suppressed by Avidius Cassius 175: Failed usurpation of Avidius Cassius in the eastern parts of the Roman Empire 185: Army mutiny in Britain suppressed by Pertinax 190: Two revolts in Africa suppressed by Pertinax ius Niger an hus (AD 193). 193-197: Year of the Five Emperors and subsequent civil war between the generals Septimius Albinus following the assassination (AD 192) and the subsequent and Did Severus is victorious and founds the Severan dynasty. 3rd century edit] 218: Battle of Antioch, fought between the Emperor Macrinus and his rival Elagabalus and resulting in Macrinus' downfall and his replacement by Elagabalus .219: Failed usurpations of Verus and Gellius Maximus in Syria. 221: Failed usurpation of Seleucus, possibly in Moesia 227: Failed usurpation of Seius Sallustius in Rome 232: Failed usurpation of Taurinius in Syria. 235-284: Crisis of the Third Century at least 26 claimants fought with each other to become emperor and emperors fought against usurpers, resulting in frequent civil war and breakaway Gallic Roman (260-274) and Palmyrene Empires (270-273) 238: Year of the Six Emperors between various generals against Maximinus Thrax and after his murder. After Gordian I and Gordian Il are defeated by a pro-Maximinus Army following an attempt to overthrow the emperor, Maximinus is assassinated. Pupienus, Balbinus, and Gordian lIl replace him, but the former two are assassinated within months and only Gordian III survives. 240: Failed usurpation of Sabinianus in Mauretania 248-249: Failed usurpations of Jotapianus in Syria and Pacatianus in Moesia 249: Emperor Philip the Arab killed and overthrown by rebels at the Battle of Verona and replaced by Decius. 250: Failed usurpation of Licinianus in Rome 251: Failed usurpation of Titus Julius Priscus in Thrace 252: Failed usurpation of Cyriades in Syria 253: Usurpations of Aemilianus and Valerian: Emperors Trebonianus Gallus and Volusianus murdered by their soldiers and replaced by Aemilianus. Valerian raises the Rhine legions in revolt, while Aemilianus is killed by his own soldiers 254: Failed usurpation of Uranius in Syria. 260: Failed usurpations of Ingenuus and Regalianus in Pannonia 260-261: Failed usurpation of Macrianus Major, Macrianus Minor, Quietus and Balista in the East 260-274: The breakaway Gallic Roman Empire .261: Failed usurpations of Lucius Piso and Valens Thessalonicus in Achaea. 261-262: Failed usurpation of Mussius Aemilianus and Memor in Egypt. 268: Failed usurpation of Aureolus in the West. Emperor Gallienus murdered by his soldiers and Claudius Gothicus proclaimed Emperor 270: Usurpation of Aurelian against Quintillus. 270-273: The breakaway Palmyrene Empire. 271: Failed usurpations of Felicissimus in Rome and Septimius in Dalmatia. 275: Aurelian murdered by the Pratorian Guard and replaced by Marcus Claudius Tacitus 276: Usurpation of Probus against Florianus. 280: Failed usurpation of Julius Saturninus in the East 280-281: Failed usurpation of Proculus and Bonosus in the West 283-285: Failed usurpation of Sabinus Julianus. 284-285: Usurpation of Diocletian against Carinus 284-286: Bagaudae uprisin 286-296: Carausian Revolt under Carausius and Allectus in Britain and northern Gaul - revolt suppressed in Gaul under Aelianus and Amandus revolt suppressed 293: Revolt of the towns of Busiris and Coptos in the Egyptian Thebaid - revolt suppressed by Galerius 297: Revolt in Egypt - suppressed by Galerius 297-298: Failed usurpation of Domitius Domitianus and Achilleus in Egypt 4th century [edit] 303: Failed usurpation of Eugenius in Roman Syria 306-324: Civil wars of the Tetrarchy, beginning with the usurpation of Maxentius and the defeat of Flavius Valerius Severus, and ending with the defeat of Licinius at the hands of Constantine I in 324 AD. The Tetrarchy established by Diocletian would break up because of these wars 334: Failed usurpation of Calocaerus in Cyprus 337: Caesars Dalmatius and Hannibalianus killed by soldiers in a purge orchestrated by Constantius II. 340: Civil war, when Constans defeated Constantine Il near Aquileia 350-353: Roman civil war of 350-353, when Constantius lI defeated the usurper Magnentius who had assassinated Constans. 351-352: Jewish revolt against Constantius Gallus in Syria Palaestina revolt suppressed .355: Failed usurpation of Claudius Silvanus in Gaul 361: Usurpation of Julian the Apostate 365-366: Revolt of Procopius, when the Emperor Valens defeated the usurpers Procopius and Marcellus. 372: Failed usurpation of Theodorus in Antioch 372-375: Revolt of Firmus in Africa revolt suppressed by Count Theodosius 383-384: Usurpation of Magnus Maximus in the west and the killing of Gratian by the general Andragathius 387: Tax riots against Emperor Theodosius I in Antioch 387-388: Civil War of 387-388, when the Eastern Emperor Theodosius I defeated the Western Emperor Magnus Maximus 390: Revolt in Thessalonica culminating in the Massacre of Thessalonica. 392-394: Civil War of 392-394, when the Eastern Emperor Theodosius I defeated the usurper Eugenius. 398: Gildonic revolt, when the Comes Gildo rebelled against the Western Emperor Honorius. The revolt was subdued by Flavius Stilicho, the magister militum of the Western Roman empire. 399-400: Revolt of Tribigild and Gainas in the Eastern Empire - revolt suppressed 5th century [edit] 406-413: Civil war as the usurpers Marcus, Gratian, Constantine lII, Constans II (son of Constantine lI), Maximus of Hispania, Priscus Attalus, Jovinus, Sebastianus and Heraclianus tried to usurp the throne of Emperor Honorius. All were defeated 409-417: Bagaudae uprising in the Loire valley and Brittany 419-421: Revolt of Maximus in Hispania revolt suppressed 423-425: Civil war, when the usurper Joannes was defeated by the army of Emperor Valentinian lI. 427-429: Civil war, when the Comes Africae Bonifacius fought inconclusively against the Magister militum Felix. The civil war was terminated by negotiations brokered by Galla Placidia 432: Civil war, when the Magister militum Flavius Aetius was defeated by the rival Magister militum Bonifacius, who died of wounds sustained in battle soon afterwards, giving Aetius full control over the Western Empire 435-437: Bagaudae uprising under Tibatto in Gaul suppressed by Flavius Aetius. 455: Valentinian II assassinated and overthrown by Petronius Maximus 455: Petronius Maximus stoned to death by mob and replaced by Avitus 461: Majorian assassinated and overthrown by Ricimer. 468: Failed usurpation by Arvandus. 470: Failed usurpation by Romanus. 472: Anthemius overthrown by Ricimer. 474: Glycerius overthrown by Julius Nepos. 475: Julius Nepos overthrown by Orestes. 476: Orestes overthrown by Odoacer. Romulus Augustulus deposed, ending the Western Roman Empire. Imagine being a roman peasant trying to just live his life

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The Virgin Hypergamy vs the Chad Matrimony: The "Virgin Hypergamy" CHAD MATRIMONY resents the girls for has loyal bros, only wants and friendly sisters-in-law resents the loves being with his wife would rather be hunting poorly groomed fashy becomes a khokhol fighting guys for hating him everyone has over him needs one wife than with the harem a spouse CHAD THUNDERCOCK favored whore Queen, but hates other carrying little future usurper Jane Jones and Eugene Kleinhahn STACY DOUX-SEINS girls for dividing husband's attentions In her belly even the bottom Of demure and perfect / woman, good example low status official concubine, the totem pity sex once a month (not during ovulation) ugly girl pole get to assists her awkward invents have sex sister to be hotter feminism high status but and kids from seething future feminist everyone poorly groomed with bad body odor, no point. In trying rage at not being helps his kid brother to find work his game raped too Mr. Charles K leinhahn everyone is invested in with the lovelp and find a good match EWAN THUNDERCOCK it will be Miss Stacie Lpnn Jones society JOANNE DOUX-SEINS immense the best neckbeard, sex the NEET concubine high status, less whorish girls get it on the regular, ever has "nice guy" fast riser inspires weird older brother no desire for to get a stable job feminism and settle down with will try and fail to kill himself/ an equal girl whoever wins this will everyone grooms constant fighting among everyone marries someone of super hot but weird looking girls get married, not whores properly, smell heavenly kill the King next and rape his wives restless, mateless males equal status The Virgin Hypergamy vs the Chad Matrimony
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Curb your enthusiasm starts playing: GEORGE R. R. MARTIN 388 bloodriders, and the Dothraki mistrust the sea and those who her. Only you can serve me in this. Go among the ships and gala llo are bou from and where they to the crews, learn where they and what manner of men command them." Reluctantly, the exile nodded. "As you say, my queen. are pe When all the men had gone, her handmaids stripped off the tra stained silks she wore, and Dany padded out to where the mars portico. The water was deliciously co and the pool was stocked with tiny golden fish that nibbled curiouy at her skin and made her giggle. It felt good to close her eyes and float, knowing she could rest as long as she liked. She wondered whether Aegon's Red Keep had a pool like this, and fragrant gardens pool sat in the shade of a full of lavender and mint. It must, surely. Viserys always said the Seven Kingdoms were more beautiful than any other place in the world The thought of home disquieted her. If her sun-and-stars had lived, he would have led his khalasar across the poison water and swept away her enemies, but his strength had left the world. Her bloodriders remained, sworn to her for life and skilled in slaughter, but only in the ways of the horselords. The othraki sacked cues plured e them. Dany had no wish to reduce King's apped o, to fill it with fat anding to a blackened ruin full of unquiet ghosts. S my kingdom enougu men and pretty maids and laughing children. I want my people to smile when they see me ride by, the way Viserys said they smiled for my father. But before she could do that she must conquer. The Usurper will kill you, sure as sunrise, Mormont had said. Rober had slain her gallant brother Rhaegar, and one of his creatures hac crossed the Dothraki sea to poison her and her unborn son. The said Robert Baratheon was strong as a bull and fearless in battle, man who loved nothing better than war. And with him stood th great lords her brother had named the Usurper's do Eddard Stark with his frozen heart and the golden La and son, so rich, so powerful, so treacherous. How could she hope to overthrow such men? had lived, men trembled and made him gifts they did not, he took their ci on tearS.Irm LU mun and Curb your enthusiasm starts playing

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Man is frustrated because more people aren’t embracing white supremacy: Blindness and Sight #1 09-07-2018, 10:18 AM Hi All. God has blinded us, all Israel, as part of our punishment from Him because of our disobedience to Him. Yet here we all are at this forum as those of Israel who can now see. Why has God awoken us? Is God only awaking the bloodline/seedline of Abraham and all other white Adamics will remain asleep until the very last day(s)? Should we continue to blast them, (our fellow non Christian Identity believers in Christ), with the message that only the white race is valid and the jew is the usurper? Why does it seem to be a slow awakening? Why was it so hard for me to be awoken (about two years to wake up and almost another year to see Christian Identity as the truth only because CI was the next stumbled upon webpage during my research, ( thank you God))? Does God only wake up people who search for Him(t is the glory of God to conceal a matter, it is the glory of kings to search the matter out), who search for truth earnestly? I have showed to my local fellow believers point blank evidences of the jew as a murderer from the talmud, from the jew's own lips and the bible yet they still cant see. Should i just wait for God to open their eyes? Plainly, its exhausting to do a work that cant be done if God is the only one who can do it. Is God the only way for them to see or do I actually have a part because I'd rather not have the aggravation. Again, I just learned that my pastor has had us signed up as 501c3, apparently he knew of possible restrictions but didnt know or refused to know that the church didnt need to sign up in the first place to be tax exempt because by the IRS own law and the Constitution already states that a church is non taxable. So my pastor quotes to me Romans 13 and says we are to obey the government. Does anyone else believe as I do that God has placed men in authority for our good and not to harm us, therefore the harmful laws like 501c3 should not be obeyed? Well thats a lot to respond to. Please respond. Thank you my brothers. What a grand day it will be to have the Earth to ourselves! 8 Joi Man is frustrated because more people aren’t embracing white supremacy

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Anybody posted this .. I'm sure but..: 28 close her eyes and float, knowing she could rest as ieng as she liked. She wondered whether Aegon's Red Keey had a pool like this, and fragrant gardens full of lavender and mint. It must, surely. Viserys always sald Seven Kingdoms were more beautiful than any place in the world The thought of home disquieted her. If her sun-and stars had lived, he would have led his khalasar act the poison water and swept away her enemies, but his strength had left the world. Her bloodriders remained sworn to her for life and skilled in slaughter, but only in the ways of the horselords. The Dothraki sacked gities and plundered kingdoms, they did not rule them Dany had no wish to reduce King's Landing to a ruin full of unquiet ghosts She had supped enough tears)I want to make my kingdom beautiful, to fill it with fat men and pretty maids and laughing children 1 want my people to smile when they way Viserys said they smiled for my fatherr But before she could do that she must conquer. The Usurper will kill you, sure as sunrise, Mormont had said. Robert had slain her gallant brother Rhaegar, and one of his creatures had crossed the Dothraki sea to poison her and her unborn son. They said Robert Baratheon was strong as a man who loved nothing better than war. And with him stood the great lords her brother had named the Usurper's dogs, cold-eyed Eddard Stark with his frozen heart, and the golden Lannisters, father and son, so rich powerful, How could she hope Khal Drogo had lived, blackened O0 see me ride by, the bull and fearless in battle, so treacherous. SO to overthrow such men? When men trembled and Anybody posted this .. I'm sure but..

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The re-read is going well.: shade of a portico. The water was deliciously to where the ma and the pool was stocked with tiny golden fish that nibbled curio tra at her skin and made her giggle. It felt good to close her eyes a float, knowing she could rest as long as she liked. She wonde whether Aegon's Red Keep had a pool like this, and fragrant garde full of lavender and mint. It must, surely. Viserys always said the Seve Kingdoms were more beautiful than any other place in the world. The thought of home disquieted her. If her sun-and-stars had liven he would have led his khalasar across the poison water and swept ae her enemies, but his strength had left the world. Her bloodridem remained, sworn to her for life and skilled in slaughter, but only in the ways of the horselords. The Dt kingdos, they did not rule them. Dany had no wish to reduce ing'ls Landáng to a blackened ruin full of unquiet ghosts. She had pped hiaN Sacked cities and p dered enough tears. I want to make my kingdom beautiful to t with men and pretty maids and laughing children. I want my people to sm when they see me ride by, the way Viserys said they smiled for my fuaher But before she could do that she must conquer. The Usurper will kill you, sure as sunrise, Mormont had said. Robert had slain her gallant brother Rhaegar, and one of his creatures had crossed the Dothraki sea to poison her and her unborn son. They said Robert Baratheon was strong as a bull and fearless in battle man who loved nothing better than war. And with him stood the great lords her brother had named the Usurper's dogs, cold eydl Eddard Stark with his frozen heart and the golden Lannisters, lither How could she hope to overthrow such men? When Khal Drge 1 him gifts to stay his wth # and son, so rich, so powerful, so treacherous. s apd all But h The re-read is going well.

The re-read is going well.

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