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Warhammer 40K: Surprises and Secrets of Warzone Octarius: Rising Tide

Today we take a look as the lore and surprises within Warzone Octarius: Rising Tide. The Inquisition is taken aback by the Octarius War fought between the Orks and Tyranids orchestrated by Inquisitor Kryptman. While it is buying the Imperium time, both races getting stronger, not weaker in fighting each other. The Imperium devises a new plan and has formed a cordon of doomed worlds around the warzone to vacate and abandon, while fortifying an outer ring of worlds against whatever tries to break out of the war.
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Warhammer 40K: Meet 1988’s Original Emperor’s Children Armylist

The Emperor’s Children first desecrated Holy Terra in 1988 (it figures). Let’s take a look at that first Rogue Trader list from many Editions ago. Today we go back to the early days of the game. The chosen Legion of Slaanesh arrived in the Realm of Chaos – Slaves to Darkness from 1988.
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Pass It On®…

One of the most often used behavioral descriptors today is Attention Deficit Disorder, which basically means unable to sit still or focus for longer than a few minutes. All parents know that ADD worsens when chores or homework are involved. And if we’re honest with ourselves we all suffer from Attention Deficit if the task at hand is something we are not interested in, like say counting the stars in the universe. Most of us would drift off into somnambulism in less than a few minutes of staring upward. But fortunately for us, the heavens were an early fascination for Galileo. He was the Italian engineer, physicist, and father of observational astronomy. That means a lot of night shifts looking up and wondering how things work. He lived and worked in the early 1600s, charting the phases of Venus, the breadth of the Milky Way, Jupiter’s moons and even sunspots. Galileo was wont to explore new realities based on science. The universe held his attention and he worked tirelessly to understand it, even after he was convicted of heresy during the Inquisition and put under house arrest for the last 10 years of his life.
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Mel Brooks’ ‘History of the World’ Will Finally Get a ‘Part II’

Mel Brooks dubbed his 1981 comedy History of the World: Part I. The anthology film poked fun at various periods of human history, including the earliest days of the caveman to the Roman Empire to the Spanish Inquisition to the French Revolution. The Part I of the title was a joke; Brooks didn’t plan on making a sequel, but he did get to finish the film with a fake teaser promoting some of the scenes from the sequel, including the immortal classic “Jews in Space!”
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Cuban professor fired from his university for supporting November 15 protests

Watch out, this kind of censorship is already here in the U.S. and it’s becoming ever more common and more aggressive with every passing day. After all, cancel culture was created by leftists, and leftists outnumber conservatives by a 99 to 1 ratio in American higher education. Dare to challenge...
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Mel Brooks’ ‘History of the World’ Will Finally Get a ‘Part II’

The Inquisition, what a show! And now, literally! Mel Brooks dubbed his 1981 comedy History of the World: Part I. The anthology film poked fun at various periods of human history, including the earliest days of the caveman to the Roman Empire to the Spanish Inquisition to the French Revolution. The Part I of the title was a joke; Brooks didn’t plan on making a sequel, but he did get to finish the film with a fake teaser promoting some of the scenes from the sequel, including the immortal classic “Jews in Space!” Well, it’s a not joke anymore — or hopefully it’s now many jokes, all of them very…
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A Plague Tale: Innocence Next-Gen Physical Copies Now Available

If you haven’t had the chance to check out A Plague Tale: Innocence, you really should. It is a fantastic game. If you are lucky enough to have a PS5 and/or Xbox Series X and are a fan of physical game copies, then you are in luck. A Plague Tale: Innocence now has a physical next-gen version for the PS5 and the Xbox Series X.
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How an ancient Jewish text provoked a modern-day unholy row

The gold-encrusted and vividly coloured pages of the Sarajevo Haggadah, a medieval Sephardic Jewish manuscript traditionally used during Passover Seder to retell the stories of the Jewish people, is perhaps Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most treasured historical artefact. The story of its survival is perhaps even more awe-inspiring than the book...
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Mute Inquisition Levelup Sound On Pause Menu Exit

At max inquisition level, an annoying sound is played any time you exit any pause menu. This mod replaces the sound files used with ones that are silent. At max inquisition level, an annoying sound is played any time you exit any pause menu. This mod replaces the sound files used (dai_gui_notif_inqgain_st and gui_hit_rattle_ring_01) with ones that are silent.
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Santa Cruz Sentinel

The missionization backlash | Ross Eric Gibson, Local History

In the Spanish Empire of 1769, California was remote, walled-off by deserts, mountains and difficult ocean routes from central Mexico. Few Spanish wanted to settle there, even as English and Russians were making outposts on the coast. Since this was the arrival point for Spain’s Manilla Galleons bringing rare goods from Asia, it had to be defended from anti-Spanish piracy and plunder. If the government of New Spain couldn’t find enough Spanish settlers willing to relocate to California, they would simply convert the existing Indigenous population into loyal Spanish Catholics.
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Spire of Sorcery Hitting Early Access This Week

Developer Charlie Oscar announced that its turn-based RPG Spire of Sorcery will be available on Steam Early Access on October 21, 2021. The Early Access version will be available for €20/$20 and include the game’s first three chapters as well as language support for English, Japanese, Korean, German, French, Russian, and Simplified Chinese. A full release is currently planned for PC in 2022.
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The Ending Of Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser Explained

BioWare RPG series "Dragon Age" is packed with countries, politics, history, language, magic, and myth. It's an epic fantasy that, in many ways, shares more in common with "The Lord of the Rings" or "Game of Thrones" than it does with "The Elder Scrolls" or "The Legend of Zelda." The dangerous world of Thedas is dense with what might seem like an overwhelming amount of lore. Each installment comes with hundreds of journal pages and codex entries, building on the history and social architecture of the land and the people that live in it. This is all supplementary most of the time and any necessary information for understanding the plot is given over the course of the main quest, but the last DLC for "Dragon Age: Inquisition" isn't quite so forgiving.
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