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  • awesomespiritcat21
    15.09.2021 - 1 week ago

    Main Dragon fusions between

    Alkamari & Midas = Behemoth

    And

    Shaka + Temani = Avalanche

    #my art #fuck my art is bad #my art is trash #my art owo #my artwork#my artz #my art lol #my oc#faratholoriazin#Fusion behemoth#fusion avalanche#Midas#alkamari#shaka#Temani #alkamari the great dragon
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  • aion-rsa
    27.08.2021 - 4 weeks ago

    Metroid Dread Revives Classic Boss Monster and Unleashes Mysterious Chozo Villain

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    Metroid Dread is an unexpected new installment in the original mainline series that goes all the way back to the Samus Aran’s debut on the NES in 1986. Picking up threads from Metroid, Metroid II, Super Metroid, and Metroid Fusion, the new 2D side-scroller follows Samus on the trail of the X parasite once again. After the Galactic Federation loses contact with an EMMI (Extraplanetary Multiform Mobile Identifiers) unit sent to investigate the planet ZDR, where the X parasite from Fusion is rumored to have survived, Samus takes on the mission herself, and quickly finds dangers and terrors unimaginable.

    “The series has chronicled the uncanny relationship between Metroids [parasitic life-forms that can we weaponized] and the heroine Samus, but this game will mark and end to that story arc,” said game designer Yoshio Sakamoto in a developer diary released during E3 2021.

    In the trailer for the game, we learn that the EMMI have gone rogue and are hunting Samus as she investigates the planet. Why have the EMMI turned evil? The X parasite could definitely be the culprit.

    “A terrifyingly lethal parasite that takes over organic creatures, mimicking them afterward based on their genetic information,” the X parasite previously infected Samus in Fusion, and copied her DNA to create an evil version of Samus. Could the X have infected the EMMI, too?

    But the EMMI and the X parasite aren’t the only enemies Samus will have to defeat if she hopes to survive her latest adventure. A new trailer released today has shed light on some of the other threats in the game, including a major blast from the past as well as a mystery Chozo villain with deep ties to the Metroids. Watch it below:

    Yes, that’s the giant, killer lizard Kraid from Metroid and Super Metroid, back from the dead for one more battle with Samus. A close associate of Samus’ dragon-like archenemy Ridley, Kraid is a high-ranking member of the Space Pirates who have been a constant thorn in our hero’s side since the beginning of the series. Once again, the behemoth and ruler of Brinstar towers over Samus, who is likely in for quite the fight.

    It’s been 17 years… pic.twitter.com/kpWlemjZ31
    — TheNCSmaster (@TheNCSmaster) August 27, 2021

    More curious is the other villain introduced in the trailer, a heavily-armored Chozo character identified only as “Chozo general,” a mysterious character who was first referenced in the “Chozo Memories” players could unlock by completing challenges in Samus Returns, a 3DS remake of the Metroid II. The cryptic memories showed how the Chozo general participated in the final extermination of the Chozo people living on the planet SR388, the home world of the titular Metroids.

    In Dread, Samus will first encounter the Chozo general in the Artaria region of ZDR, and by the looks of the trailer, she won’t be much of a match for the ancient villain. Undoubtedly, players will have to collect a few upgrades and learn new abilities throughout the adventure to match up to this Chozo warrior later in the game.

    Metroid Dread is out on Oct. 8 for Nintendo Switch.

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    #aion-rsa #Den of Geek
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  • the-roadkill-cafe
    22.08.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Fic Writer Interview

    I was tagged by @phoenixyfriend

    Tagging: @stormwind13 @elenathehun @hiruma-musouka @kendochick-moor

    Remember to make a new post!

    How many works do you have on AO3?

    8

    What’s your total AO3 word count?

    75,290

    How many fandoms have you written for and what are they?

    One fandom - Naruto. In the past I’ve written for other fandoms, but not on this account.

    What are your top 5 fics by kudos?

    The Company of Trees, Throwing a Stone in a River, If The Bird Doesn’t Sing, Tree Branches, the devil and the deep blue sea

    Do you respond to comments, why or why not?

    I try to respond to everything, though it can be quite some time before I get around to replying. I like to respond to comments to say thank you and to interact with people. While I don’t think fic writers are owed reviews or comments, I do think mutual interaction helps make fandom go ‘round, and to that end, I want to interact with people who leave me comments.

    What’s the fic you’ve written with the angstiest ending?

    Considering my fics are all pretty much WIPs, there aren’t really endings, per se. But the one with the angstiest planned ending is Throwing a Stone in a River.

    Do you write crossovers? If so what is the craziest one you’ve written?

    At the moment, no, I don’t really write crossovers or fusions.

    Have you ever received hate on a fic?

    Not...really? I’ve had some rude comments, but none that I say really qualify as hate. I have really kind readers.

    Do you write smut? If so what kind?

    I do write smut! I write all kinds of smut, from non-con to fully consensual. However, the vast majority of it is not published, mostly because I haven’t actually finished anything.

    Have you ever had a fic stolen?

    Yes. About...three times now, someone has plagiarized The Company of Trees. I’ve always been told by someone else, and luckily, the issue has always been easily resolved.

    Have you ever had a fic translated?

    A long time ago, I had someone start translating one of my fics on another account, but the website shut down and I don’t know whatever happened.

    Have you ever co-written a fic before?

    A few times, but nothing that was ever published. I’ve written a lot with jaycrowind and @stormwind13.

    What’s your all time favorite ship?

    Pretty hard to say. My favorite ship depends on my mood and what fandom I’m currently reading in. I will say that my first OTP was Sesshoumaru/Kagome in Inuyasha.

    What’s a WIP that you want to finish but don’t think you ever will?

    Sorry to say, but probably all of them, hahaha. The three posted on my AO3 accounts are behemoths and I write pretty slowly. I haven’t given up on them! I just don’t know if I’ll actually finish them.

    What are your writing strengths?

    I like to think that my writing strength is characterization.

    What are your writing weaknesses?

    Dialogue. Sentence variation. Pacing.

    What are your thoughts on writing dialogue in other languages in a fic?

    Oh boy do I have thoughts about this. When it comes to anime, I’m actually a bit nitpicky, but then, I’m nitpicky about a lot of stuff in general, hahaha.

    Presumably, in the vast majority of anime, everyone is speaking Japanese. There are exceptions, but I won’t get much into those. For things like suffixes (-san, -sama, etc), I prefer to leave those untranslated because they are very revealing of the speaker’s personality and the hierarchical nature of Japanese culture. They also don’t really have good translations in English. There are ways to translate them, but in my opinion, they don’t convey both speaker personality, social status, and also social+emotional distance the same way, because English speaking cultures (typically) just aren’t as stratified as Japanese culture.

    I also leave familial terms of address untranslated (Okaasan, niisan) and certain titles and positions (In Naruto, Hokage, Shodai, Nidaime, etc.) untranslated because again, they’re difficult to translate. For familial titles, it feels incredibly awkward to type “Brother” in dialogue when directly addressing someone. Again, not only does it leave out the nuance of the relationship between the speaker and the addressee, but in English we just don’t directly address people like that, generally speaking. In Japanese, you do, because you try to avoid using someone’s name.

    I don’t like to translate attack names because I just think they sound silly in English, that’s why.

    For things that aren’t anime, I generally try to avoid outright writing whole sections of dialogue in another language. Instead I prefer to indicate a different language in the dialogue tags or something (The two men started speaking in Spanish blah blah blah) or italics. There are really only a few times where I would write dialogue in another language, usually to show that someone was previously not understood but through magic/a translating device/etc suddenly they are now understood.

    Can I put a pet peeve here? I’m going to put a pet peeve here. In Naruto, Hashirama is not the Shodaime, he is the Shodai. Shodaime is grammatically incorrect and you can even check the wiki, he is literally not called the Shodaime. Basically, the -me suffix in Japanese makes a regular number (one, two, three) into the ordinal version (first, second, third). However, Hashirama’s title Shodai is written not with the kanji for “one” ( 一 ) but with the kanji for “beginning” ( 初 ) which means it can’t take the -me suffix because it isn’t a number. Essentially, Shodai translates as “starting generation” or “beginning generation”, therefore Shodai Hokage is “starting generation Hokage” (or Fire Shadow, if you prefer). But Tobirama is the Nidaime, because his title uses the number ( 二 ), so translated, he is the “second generation Hokage”.

    What was the first fandom you wrote for?

    Inuyasha, a long, long time ago.

    What’s your favorite fic you’ve written?

    Mmmm. Either The Company of Trees or Throwing a Stone in a River. However, although they’re my favorites, I’ve been finding my SI/OC (more OC than SI) fic very compelling.

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  • magpiejay1234
    20.08.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Now the monster archetypes/series in VRAINS main sets, using the TCG versions. I might do DM ones later, but I won’t do the SEVENS ones until the series ends.

    Code of the Duelist:

    Archetypes:

    (Vendread)

    Cyber

    Trickstar

    Gouki

    Worm

    Supreme King Dragon

    Odd-Eyes

    Predap

    Predaplant

    D/D

    World Chalice

    World Legacy

    Lightsworn

    Traptrix

    Starving Venom

    Venom

    Clear Wing

    D/D/D

    Rebellion

    Topologic

    (F.A.)

    (Junk)

    (Infernity)

    (Gogogo)

    (Galaxy)

    (Performapal)

    (Destiny HERO)

    (HERO)

    (Abyss Actor)

    (Speedroid)

    (roid)

    (Ancient Gear)

    Series:

    Backup

    Supreme King

    Guardragon

    Twilightsworn

    Rescue Squad

    Captain

    Firewall

    Gaia Knight

    Attribute Booster

    Circuit Breaker:

    Archetypes:

    Trickstar

    Gouki

    Rokket

    Altergeist

    Krawler

    World Legacy

    Metaphys

    Nephthys

    Mermail

    Abyss-

    Fire King

    Fire King Avatar

    Mecha Phantom Beast

    Phantom Beast

    Nimble

    Borrel

    (Vendread)

    (F.A.)

    (Lunalight)

    (Lyrilusc)

    (Amazoness)

    (Number)

    (Subterror)

    (Subterror Behemoth)

    (SPYRAL)

    Series:

    Link

    Daedalus

    Doriado

    Attribute Booster

    Extreme Force:

    Archetypes:

    Rokket

    Tindangle

    Mekk-Knight

    World Legacy

    Mythical Beast

    Artifact

    Watt

    Code Talker

    Archfiend

    Altergeist

    (Vendread)

    (F.A.)

    (Lightsworn)

    (Gem-)

    (Gem-Knight)

    (Phantom Knights (Gem-Knight Phantom Quartz))

    (Steelswarm)

    (lswarm)

    (Noble Knight)

    (Qli)

    (Ritual Beast)

    (Ritual Beast Ulti-)

    (Zefra)

    (Metalfoes)

    Series:

    (Martial Arts Spirit)

    Link

    D.D.

    “C”

    Attribute Booster

    Flames of Destruction:

    Archetypes:

    Trickstar

    Gouki

    Tindangle

    Altergeist

    Mekk-Knight

    Knightmare

    World Legacy

    Elementsaber

    Saber

    Elemental Lord

    Batteryman

    Topologic

    Goblin

    Wind-Up

    Vampire

    (Vendread)

    (F.A.)

    (Crystal)

    (Flower Cardian)

    (Shaddoll)

    (Inzektor)

    (Madolche)

    Series:

    (Martial Arts Spirit)

    Backup

    Link

    Yo-kai Girl

    Attribute Booster

    Cybernetic Horizon:

    Archetypes:

    Gouki

    Crusadia

    World Legacy

    Impcantation

    Cyber

    Cyber Dragon

    Dragunity

    Metaphys

    Elemental Lord

    Frog

    Borrel

    Mekk-Knight

    Sky Striker

    Sky Striker Ace

    (Danger!)

    (Noble Knight)

    (Performapal)

    (Gladiator Beast)

    Series:

    Cupid

    Demise and Ruin

    Paladins of Dragons

    Link

    Attribute Booster

    (White)

    Soul Fusion:

    Archetypes:

    (Nordic)

    (Nordic Alfar)

    Salamangreat

    Dinowrestler

    Galaxy

    Gravekeeper’s

    Orcust

    World Legacy

    Thunder Dragon

    Impcantation

    Cyber

    Galaxy-Eyes

    Crusadia

    Fur Hire

    (Danger!)

    (Noble Knight)

    (Fluffal)

    (Edge Imp)

    (Predap)

    (Predaplant)

    (D/D)

    (D/D/D)

    Series:

    Attribute Knight

    Token Celebration

    Savage Strike:

    Archetypes:

    (Danger!)

    Cyber

    Salamangreat

    Rokket

    Synchron

    Neos

    T.G.

    World Legacy

    Shiranui

    Shiranui Spectralsword

    Orcust

    Prank-Kids

    Madolche

    Impcantation

    Trickstar

    Elemental HERO

    HERO

    Borrel

    Guardian

    Sky Striker

    Sky Striker Ace

    Charmer

    Familiar-Possessed

    Possessed

    (Kaiju)

    (Time Thief)

    (Valkyrie)

    (Six Samurai)

    (Subterror)

    (Performapal)

    Series:

    Guardragon

    Cataclysmic

    “C”

    Dark Neostorm

    Archetypes:

    Guardian

    Salamangreat

    Dinowrestler

    Destiny HERO

    HERO

    T.G.

    /Assault Mode

    Super Quant

    Super Quantum

    Flamvell

    Fur Hire

    Mayakashi

    Knightmare

    World Legacy

    Krawler

    Chaos

    Xyz

    Impcantation

    World Chalice

    Altergeist

    Super Quantal Mech Beast

    Madolche

    Cyber

    Gouki

    Mekk-Knight

    Crusadia

    (Valkyrie)

    (Number)

    (Utopic)

    (Mermail)

    (Abyss-)

    (Burning Abyss)

    Series:

    Firewall

    Neo Flamvell

    Guardragon

    Yo-kai Girl

    Maju

    Cupid

    Rising Rampage

    Archetypes:

    Marincess

    Dinowrestler

    Fortune Lady

    Yosenju

    Tenyi

    Simorgh

    B.E.S.

    Reptilianne

    Witchcrafter

    Borrel

    Charmer

    Familiar-Possessed

    Possessed

    Archfiend

    (Dream Mirror)

    (Number)

    (F.A.)

    (Dragunity)

    (Endymion)

    Series:

    Konami Arcade Games

    Gizmek

    Cataclysmic

    (White Aura)

    Chaos Impact:

    Archetypes:

    Marincess

    Dinowrestler

    Unchained

    Unchained Soul

    Gladiator Beast

    Aroma

    Tenyi

    Evoltile

    World Legacy

    Infinitrack

    Salamangreat

    Galaxy

    Evil Eye

    (Dream Mirror)

    Series:

    Starliege

    Evol

    Gizmek

    Attribute Spirit

    D.D.

    Firewall

    Test

    Ignition Assault:

    Archetypes:

    (Archfiend)

    @ Ignister

    Ancient Warriors

    Karakuri

    Chronomaly

    Time Thief

    Unchained Soul

    Sky Striker

    Sky Striker Ace

    Witchcrafter

    Generaider

    Ghostrick

    Megalith

    Charmer

    Familiar-Possessed

    Possessed

    (Plunder Patroll)

    (Marincess)

    (Time Thief)

    (Code Talker)

    Series:

    Gizmek

    Cataclysmic

    Cupid

    (“C”)

    Eternity Code:

    Archetypes:

    Codebreaker

    Salamangreat

    roid

    Gouki

    Marincess

    Nemeses

    Resonator

    Ancient Warriors

    Orcust

    Mekk-Knight

    Thunder Dragon

    Dragonmaid

    Generaider

    Unchained

    Barbaros

    Invoked

    Traptrix

    Code Talker

    @ Ignister

    Cyber

    Gouki

    Charmer

    Familiar-Possessed

    Possessed

    (Plunder Patroll)

    (Superheavy Samurai)

    (Performapal)

    (Machina)

    Series:

    Deep Sea

    Gizmek

    Cataclysmic

    Yo-kai Girl

    Railway (Trains)

    Link

    #ygo random thoughts #ygo vrains#shitposting
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  • jacquirebriggs
    02.08.2021 - 1 mont ago

    I wanted to finish this crossover as fast as I can, and I can't draw Pekoyama. Dangit. Could have drew her better, if I didn't pick a bad pose for her. LOL. This was the second (or third if you count the fusion?) Crystal Story/Danganronpa crossover no one asked for I've mention in the little art of mine: https://jacquirebriggs.tumblr.com/post/649477316440948736/hi-im-a-and-i-still-cant-draw-danganronpa Like with Ibuki and Phoebe, these two are pretty similar in terms of personality. And they are pretty ticked off by why Tristam let two overzealous noisemakers in Mercenary Inc. Also, two notes: They are not fighting each other, they are just training. I made them too close to each other, because I was trying to make an interaction. The background is supposed to be a Mercenary Inc. dojo, but I didn't bother polishing it because I want to get this behemoth done as possible. I'm just looking forward to the next drawing for a couple of reasons. There won't be one with Tristam and Reuben because I couldn't think of a Danganronpa 2 character that are similar in terms of personality for them. Filterless version: sta.sh/09cxii0qt31

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  • sciencespies
    14.05.2021 - 4 monts ago

    Rare 'alien' isotopes in Earth's crust point to recent brush with a cataclysmic event

    https://sciencespies.com/space/rare-alien-isotopes-in-earths-crust-point-to-recent-brush-with-a-cataclysmic-event/

    Rare 'alien' isotopes in Earth's crust point to recent brush with a cataclysmic event
    Far down in the periodic table you’ll find a list of heavy elements born in chaos. The kind of chaos you might find in an exploding star perhaps, or a collision between two neutron stars.
    Physicists have uncovered a pair of large, still-radioactive isotopes in samples of deep-sea crust pulled up from 1,500 meters (nearly 5,000 feet) below the Pacific Ocean.
    We’d expect to see many heavyweight elements in the swirl of dust and gas that formed our planet eons ago – but most should have decayed into more stable forms long before now. So finding examples in Earth’s crust close to the surface today raises some interesting questions.
    The finding could tell us a thing or two about cataclysmic cosmic events taking place within a few hundred light-years from Earth, and relatively recently in our geological history. It could also shine a light on the way atomic heavyweights form.
    You see, building atoms takes a lot of energy. Protons can be squeezed into helium under the kind of gravity you’d find in a star, but stellar fusion will only take you so far. To build a chunky behemoth such as plutonium, you’ll need the kind of energy that can deliver a machine-gun burst of neutrons.
    There are a few conditions in the Universe under which this ‘rapid neutron capture’, or r-process, can occur, including supernovae and neutron star mergers.
    Over the history of the Universe, plenty of stars have crashed and popped to spill a thick dust of iron, uranium, plutonium, gold, and other fat atoms throughout the galaxy. So it’s to be expected that planets like Earth would have scooped up a good amount of them.
    But not all elements are born the same. Variations in the number of their neutrons make some more stable than others. Iron 60, for example, is a ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ kind of isotope if you view it on the cosmic scale, with a half-life of just 2.6 million years before it decays into nickel.
    Finding this short-lived isotope on our planet today – especially in the crust, just out of reach of modern artificial processes – would imply a relatively recent delivery of iron fresh from the cosmos.
    Iron 60 has appeared in rock samples before, dating back just a couple of million years. It’s also been seen in materials brought back from the lunar surface.
    But to get a good sense of the specific kind of r-process that produced these specimens, it would pay to see what other isotopes rained down with them.
    Physicist Anton Wallner from the Australian National University led a team of researchers in search of new samples of iron 60 to see if they could identify isotopes of other heavy elements close by.
    What they found was plutonium 244, an isotope with a half-life of just over 80 million years – stable for plutonium, but hardly the kind of element you’d expect to stick around since our planet came together 4.5 billion years ago.
    In all, the team discovered two distinct influxes of iron 60 which had to have arrived within the past 10 million years. Both samples were accompanied by small but significant quantities of plutonium 244, each in a similar ratio.
    Finding them together adds more detail than finding either apart. The amount of plutonium in them is lower than would be expected if supernovae were primarily responsible for their production, pointing to contributions from other r-processes.
    Exactly what was behind this particular sprinkle of alien space dust is left up to our imagination for now.  
    “The story is complicated,” says Wallner.
    “Possibly this plutonium-244 was produced in supernova explosions or it could be left over from a much older, but even more spectacular event such as a neutron star detonation.”
    By measuring their respective radioactive fuses and making a few assumptions on the astrophysics behind their distribution, the researchers speculate the production of iron 60 is compatible with two to four supernova events going off between 50 and 100 parsecs (around 160 and 330 light years) of Earth.
    This isn’t the first time iron 60 has indicated a supernova taking place perilously close by in recent history.
    By looking at the isotope in connection with other elements, we could slowly build a signature that tells us more about the crash-bang conditions of our neighborhood in the millions of years before humans started to pay close attention.
    It’ll take more hunting for alien isotopes, though.
    “Our data could be the first evidence that supernovae do indeed produce plutonium-244,” says Wallner.
    “Or perhaps it was already in the interstellar medium before the supernova went off, and it was pushed across the Solar System together with the supernova ejecta.”
    This research was published in Science.

    #Space

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