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    She is known by the names Webspinner, Spinner, and Spider.
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    The Spiral Skein,[1] also known as Mephala's Web or simply Mephala's Realm, is the plane of Oblivion ruled by Mephala. It is set to be a DLC area in The Elder Scrolls Online, purchasable in the Crown Store.[citation needed]

    Inaccessible to mortals, the realm of Mephala is believed by most to be intricate and woven together in the form of a web/wheel, which is centered around the tower known as The Pillar Palace of Mephala, though its true name is too awful to be uttered. Between the tower and the edges of the wheel, there are eight spokes. These spokes or strands are known as The Eight Strands of Skein, for which each are based off of sins such as sex or assassination, Mephala's category of ruling.[1][OOG 1]

    The first spoke/strand is a cavern devoted to lies, filled with pedestals pretending to hold up the sky. The second is made up of cramped chambers representing envy. The third is maggot-filled grottoes filled with glowing lights, representing seduction. The fourth contains eternally dark tunnels representing fear and dread. The fifth are halls without rules and filled with betrayal. The sixth, an arena of murder. The seventh space is home to arcades of avarice and appetite, containing all things mortals would kill or die for. The eighth is a flaming skein of fury, representing the death that comes to all mortals, and therefore where all treasure lies.[1]

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  1. The person crouching in the back right corner is a police officer that was attacked by a protester. The cop was completely justified in using crowd control to prevent further violence. Learn the full story. c:
  2. Electro swing is most likely what you're gonna be seeing. Monterik is solid. I also recommend Gadget, but some of his stuff is hard to find.
  3. "The developer described Hatred as a reaction to video game aesthetic trends such as political correctness, politeness, vivid color, and games as art." All I got out of this was "edgy edgy edgy attention plox".
  4. I was just going by what was specifically stated in the definition. See above lel. TRAINS R PPL 2
  5. Does that mean if I watch Thomas the Tank Engine I'm a "furry"? :? I don't think this definition at all applies in the case of what makes something "furry" because then every little kid watching MLP would be a "furry" as well. Anthropomorphic doesn't necessarily have to equate to the "furry" fandom. In fact, many shows would then be "furry".
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    wait she defiled her parents o_0
  7. This is pretty old news, isn't it? I remember there's some other pictures too.
  8. >America is way better than this. HAHA HAHAHAHA HAHAHAHA No. There have been plenty of cases of verbal and physical abuse in American schools.
  9. E Z. But I have a lot. XD So I'm gonna try to cut down to two or three from one series if there's more than one. Any others included in the list will be in spoilers, but I'll try to pick and choose my favourites. Free! Iwatobi Swim Club Momotarou Mikoshiba Aiichiro Nitori Nagisa Hazuki Okay, sort of cheated, but I...picked the Big Three (Ai, Momo, and Nagisa). So I couldn't leave out the fact that I love Rei and Sousuke just as much - in the case of Sousuke, very close to more. But the allure of the Shota Kings is too great, and I love all three of them, especially Momo. >3< Fairy Tail (two separate lists here, for "good guys" and "bad guys") "Good Guys": Gray Fullbuster Pantherlily Lucy Heartfilia Laxus Dreyar Gajeel Redfox "Bad Guys": Angel Minerva Orlando Doriate Kain Hikaru Sting Eucliffe Other: Stannis Baratheon (Game of Thrones) Shotaro Kaneda (Tetsujin 28-go) Len Kagamine (Vocaloid) Murasaki (Hamatora) Akira Takizawa (Eden of the East) Yuji Fukunaga (Liar Game) Takashi Harimoto (Liar Game) Tet (No Game No Life) Plum (No Game No Life) Sunny Baudelaire (A Series of Unfortunate Events) Count Olaf (A Series of Unfortunate Events) There's more....but that's already a lot. ^^;
  10. KS = kill secure LMAOO If I'm playing ADC I'd rather my support also be able to handle themselves if I leave lane to grab buff. That's the major problem I have with the way a lot of supports are designed - they're weak and they can hardly do all that much alone. It's only if they take all the farm I get a little grumpy. Like, a few minions out of a wave is whatever, but the full wave is a pain in the ass.
  11. ^ dis Even when I call support, I generally play someone I know I can score kills with if I have to (Lux, Leona, Annie, Lulu, etc.) so if worst comes to worst... I'm improving marginally lately with Amumu, which makes me happy. ^^ Edit: And the totally amazing @@Gravelord Neat-O gave me Regifted Amumu because he is a huge dweeb. thx again, i still owe u bigtime :C
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  13. Mm! Personally, I would have to disagree. Obviously there aren't "true" natives, and I'm an immigrant myself, but I do see the "melting pot" more prevalently in the United States than in Canada the few times I've visited. I still refer to myself as Welsh-Polish primarily, despite the fact that I haven't lived in either place for quite a few years...but in general, I'd say the national identity of Canada is much different, just in that we're a little more open. And some of the points I made were about government, yes, but I feel the government is instrumental in preserving the cultures of our First Nations (even though they tried to destroy them at one point *coughs*) in some cases. In other, they're lordish dickwads. But that's another thing entirely. American government (again from what I've seen) seems to be more focused on "you are American", even if that may not be your heritage. So that's mostly why I talked so much about government in comparison to national identity. In Canada, you're something-Canadian. In the United States, you're American. IDK. That's how it looks to me. Honestly, I'm not very good at explaining things like this...I just would not want to be compared to the United States at all, if possible. I don't think Canada has the same feel as it. However, I'm still more concerned about the horrible economics of it. XD
  14. Yup! To me, at least, Canada's identity lies heavily in our plethora of natural beauty and natural resources, something that many of us are very proud of (despite government pushes for privatization of resources). In addition, unlike many countries, we are proud of our cultural diversity and welcome immigrants and new ideas to us with more acceptance than others. We are widely supportive of human rights globally, including homosexual rights (holla @ gay marriage being legal across the country)! We're on good terms with most places, too; unlike the US, we're more open with trade in China and Cuba (though Cuba's new capitalist-focused system may attract others)? So the rumours about Canada being liked are true. In general, I would describe many Canadians as being more focused on global issues than other places in the world that are very focused on themselves. Not that it's a bad thing, but I think the government here is far more open to international stuff. If you look at the amount of international news we see as compared to Americans and Mexicans, it's a pretty big gap! And I like that a lot. I'm glad I'm a Canadian citizen now, it's by far my favourite place that I've lived. Of course, everyone has different ideas about culture and identity, but to me, the United States seems more aggressive about personal wealth and are further on the capitalist spectrum with fewer social programs and First Nations protections. So I'd say that's a fairly big difference? IDK. XD It's a fairly big misconception that Canada is "looking for attention" from the States and/or other places (England's another big one). I'm not sure why people in the States think this is true, it's kind of bigoted and ignorant, haha. I'd like to think it's because Canada is more interested in understanding the United States and being friendly, which you guys see as clingy and needy. It makes me really confused when I see 3/4 of American publications about Canada are mocking it rather than providing any actual information about what is being discussed. Why is this the case? I've always wondered. :? Same with the "eh" thing. I've never heard anyone use it excessively; in fact, most Americans I've met use it the same amount (which is very rarely).