I took a small break from my Pathfinder just to level up a new Champion Ground Slam guy. But I got a bit bored and read an article about how I could improve my Pathfinder’s DPS. The answer: Nature’s Adrenaline.
Not quite as I just started to build the last LC 24 on my main account. But the accomplishment feels great!
Lego is one of those toys that actually appreciates in value over time. And it’s quite quick to rise in value because people are pretty fanatical when it comes to collecting. As an experienced Lego collector, I wanted to share some tips on knowing when and what to buy Lego.
After my disappointment with my attempt at my own build using a Cast on Critical Strike bow Ascendant, I decided to take a closer look at the real core of what I was going after: a use of Asenath’s Chant. Asenath’s Chant, while rare, is a pretty cool item and I noticed it was used on a bunch of Toxic Rain builds. As I now have two of these, I decided to give this build a 2nd try.
As I mentioned, I decided to try building my own version of the build that Mathil1 has been doing on his stream these past few days, except as a Scion/Ascendant. I was starting to encounter some issues just as I was approaching Cruel lab in terms of squishiness and overall damage issues. So I decided to use another Scion who was past Merciless lab and see how it would feel.
So I found an article on Yahoo talking about why Hillary Clinton still finds her loss to be unclear. While there maybe some foul play with the Russians, voter tampering, etc., I think the fact is that even without those, there still was a good amount of Trump supporters. Or perhaps, I should say Clinton protestors.
I read a day or two ago how Harvest will be making a comeback in a new form in the next league or two. While little had been said about the implementation, what is certain is that it won’t be in the current form. With that in mind, I wanted to ramble a bit about how I would like it to appear along with various things that I’ve been muddling about.
Today, October 6th (technically 7th since I’m writing this starting from 12:09 am PST), Eddie Van Halen passed away from a long bout against cancer at 65. It was first reported from his son Wolf Van Halen but felt around the world of music.
Last night, I managed to finish off William Gibson’s The Peripheral, which meant I would ultimately have a lot more spare time. Or at least a new project of my choosing. So I decided today, after having finished my pot roast, to finally get my crab legs and seafood boil on.
Recently, with the WWE issuing an edict to its wrestlers for not only forbidding them to use monetizable social media platforms like Cameo and Twitch, but overtaking them and getting a cut, the situation has made me think about what the WWE truly is: a marketing company. It is this format where over the years, my overall interest in the company has declined to the point where I barely keep up with news compared to my earlier years where I was obsessed.