Liu Sang novel moments part 2
The first post was getting too long for me so I decided to make a second. When this one gets too long I’ll probably make a third.😓
Chapters 161, 162, 163, 164, 165
.........I don’t remember what was going on
Really? I’ve always been under the impression that he had better hearing than the hearing slaves
Honey stop saying ‘fuck’ so much, it seems like you’re trying too hard
ooh, bratty Liu Sang🤭
and Liu Sang you should help him a bit! Wu Xie is getting old!
huh, so there was a hidden bunker? chamber? something like that under the tree.
Yes, praise Liu Sang. He’s earned it.
oh, btw the royal poinciana tree they walked to? Filled with snake skins on the branches
Play nice with each other children
*insert that one song from Pocahontas about gold*
Come back for the gold later boys.
“When you don’t know how to live and find that there’s someone like you” ....is-is that supposed to hurt? Cause if so it worked, it hurt a lot😭🤧
Wu Xie you fricking asshole!!!!!🤬
Such good hearing my son has.
Weren’t there snake skins in the trees, what if there are live snakes too?!😱
1. It is snakes falling from the trees
2. Yay! Character development! Wu Xie didn’t leave Liu Sang behind like in the South Seas King’s tomb
can’t blame you Kan Jian, I’d do the same😰
.....condensed poisonous gas, yay.
Okay, Mario Movie trailer...
- The visuals are incredible, but that's to be expected. Still, for a studio that usually goes for the bare minimum visually, it's impressive.
- Bowser looks and sounds amazing! Jack Black kills it, I couldn't tell it was him doing the voice. He's definitely gonna be a highlight.
- ACTUAL WORLDBUILDING!? We see different kingdoms, Bowser portrayed as an actual conqueror and the koopas as his army.
- Toad sounds pretty good. The tone is similar to the games but thankfully far less grating.
- Mario just sounds like Chris Pratt. There's a vague attempt at replicating Charles Martinet's voice, but it lacks energy.
- They might be going for an isekai situation, which I'm not a fan of. Mario Odyssey already introduced New Donk City, just make THAT Mario's original home and the Mushroom Kingdom is just a different continent.
Pete being under Vegas' spell thinking about Vegas in KinnPorsche Episode 9
GShade Installation Guide (Sims 4)
because I am unhinged and hate watching tutorials/reading instructions I wanted to make a quick guide on how I installed gshade! this guide is gonna assume you already removed reshade but if you haven’t yet please go and do that and backup your presets into a folder somewhere!! this is the video I watched for that
Install Gshade from their website >here< and run the .exe
Follow the wizard setup and select the game you want to install gshade on, in this case it’s the Sims 4 (usually in the Origin Games folder).
You will be prompted to input some settings:
You will then be asked to select a hooking, I selected Normal Mode for this, and my gshade is working fine so I don’t know the benefits of the others ✌️
I left all the other options as is and decided to not use the Final Fantasy presets that come with gshade. But if you want to use them you can.
Open up Gshade Control Panel on your desktop and click ‘TOOLS’. This is how to convert your reshade presets to gshade presets. Launch the converter and select the folder where you stored your presets.
Don’t worry as gshade will create a backup for you, but now the presets in that folder will be gshade compatible.
Move these presets into your game by The Sims 4> Game> Bin> gshade-presets> Custom (If you’re familiar with reshade you will find this easily)
And there you have it you have Gshade! Open up your game and see if it works if not then I have no idea why as this is the exact steps I took sorry! One thing I urge you to do though is after removing reshade open sims to MAKE SURE that you actually did remove it sucessfully, as you don’t want to have both. Gshade so far has been quicker and easier for me to use, it only just lagged a bit the first time I loaded my preset and set it up, but since then it’s been fine. ✌️
- my Ko-Fi btw if anyone wanted to help me out I’d really appreciate it! 😘 mwah!
kevin really got a hot-classical-music-goth-gf by simply mentioning being a virgin and he got to be in a band huh?
Bilbo is a better poet than he thinks he is, and I feel strongly on this matter.
The younger hobbits recite/sing his work a lot, meaning they love it on its own merits; and even if one doesn't put hobbit-poetry on the same level as Elvish poetry, having made poetry that people love is worth being proud of.
"All that is gold does not glitter" is such a good expression of Who Aragorn Is that Aragorn and Gandalf both independently quote it when they're identifying Aragorn.
(Side note: I have Feelings about the fact that Aragorn undoubtedly put those verses front and center in his own kingly legacy. Bilbo��s eight lines about his friend are probably spread throughout Gondor and Arnor, given prominent place in the histories and memorials of King Elessar Telcontar for centuries to come... because “those verses go with that name,” according to Aragorn himself, and there’s no way he’s dropping them.)
Bilbo downplays his poetry constantly, because he is forever self-conscious about doing anything "un-Baggins-ish," even after he's learned to go ahead and do the things anyway. Therefore, he is not a reliable judge of his own poetry.
That said, the Elves do tease him about his poetry--but he gives back as good as he gets while he's talking to them, only showing his insecurities to Frodo afterwards, so I think it's fair to suggest that the Elves don't know how sensitive he is to their criticism and mean it less seriously than he takes it.
(He also takes Elrond’s smiling “All right, we’ll find Aragorn for you and then we’ll listen to your work before the end of the night” as basically a Royal Command, which is not how it read to me.)
"Earendil was a mariner" not only has a highly complex metre and rhyme scheme, but is said by Frodo to "fit somehow" and "to follow on from something I was dreaming about" as he'd been sitting in a trance of Elvish music--that is, to an outside listener, Bilbo's poem wove seamlessly into the larger tapestry of Rivendell's songs and stories.
...We've READ his poetry. It's GOOD. "Gil-galad was an Elven king"! "The Road goes ever on and on"! "In every wood in every spring there is a different green" hits HARD. (And, of course, we can't discount such gems as the spider poems--pure improv!--his ode to Water Hot, the Man in the Moon poem, etc.) No reasonable person can dismiss Bilbo's poetry.
Anyway, Bilbo's poetry is canonically good enough to fit in at Rivendell and to become the definitive identification used for and by Isildur's Heir. That's A LOT.
...In fact, given all his translation work (and translating poetry involves a lot of original creativity), and the fact that Elves obviously tend to compose in Elvish languages, it’s not implausible to say that Bilbo might be one of the all-time greatest poets in the Westron tongue.
so i got this comment on twitter and uhhh
minifemslashfeb day 27: sleeping in ♡
Yup I'm just gonna go ahead and assume the love triangle here XD
The next scene doesn't help my imagination either! He's sitting fine until the moment deku ask for lessons with todoroki!
And he so conveniently now continues to lean on him XD