Post by Master Warious on Jul 28, 2005 9:14:07 GMT -5
First find me a picture of a shrubery next to another one with a nice path going down the middle. Second...Smite three people belonging to the jedi/lightside and give me the names of the people you smited in a PM Third, do something completely random in front of a large group of people and then tell me what you did.
Upon the completion of these three quests you shall be named a Full-fledged Sith and ready to take on the title of Master.
Post by Dûncariel is Dead. on Aug 1, 2005 18:31:38 GMT -5
Shrubbery. There aren't just two, because I discovered that there aren't any pictures of simply two shrubbery with a path in the whole world of Google shrubbery.... But there is a path! And a nice path, at that.
As for random. Now shall I relate my tale....
I was with three of my friends in Super Wal-Mart after a long day of wandering about our town in my un-airconditioned, dirt brown '85 Honda Civic. We'd already been to lunch, Barnes & Noble, and the Mall, and were looking for a t-shirt in the little boy's section. This Super Wal-Mart is a particularly busy one, and there were people everywhere. So, we found the t-shirt section. It wasn't very big, for as large as the Wal-Mart is. They had a couple Star Wars t-shirts, but no real good ones, so we were browsing through the remaining selection of Spider-man, Yu-gi-oh, and Hulk t-shirts. Burried at the bottom of the rack, I found a grey, glow-in-the-dark Superman t-shirt. So, of course, I had to buy it. After we had checked out, we were standing outside the store, my two friends on the pavement, and I perched on the edge of the sidewalk. So, one of my friends looked up at me and said, "Don't jump!", in the way only a seasoned drama veteran can say it. So I spread my arms and shouted, "I'm not going to jump! I'm going to fly!!!" Which was interesting, because I was wearing my Superman shirt. Needless to say, I think I scared the family of six walking by at that moment. And caused the Wal-Mart person pushing carts to push them into a Bronco. Good times.
That's all, folks. Have a nice day.
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A world of made is not a world of born--pity poor flesh and trees,poor stars and stones,but never this fine specimen of hypermagical
Wonderful. These next tasks should, I hope, be easy ones for you. Now, for your assignment:
The trick to becoming a good Jedi is gaining knowledge, as well as physical training. That is the aspect of your training I would like to focus on this afternoon. One of the best ways to gain this important knowledge, as you know, is READING. And in your case, more specifically, reading fantasy and science fiction will increase you understanding of the desired subjects. Today, I would also like to focus specifically upon children's literature. We are, after all, children - and some of the best fantasy and sci-fi books ever written have been writeen especially for those of younger age.
Your first assingment is this: Please make a list of the top five (in your opinion) most influential children's sci-fi and fantasy authors in history.
Catapultam habeo. Nisi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis, ad caput tuum saxum immane mittam.
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"My Padawans have abandoned me," Knight Tiana grumbled, sitting down with her lightsaber in hand. "But at least my Master's still sort of around." She looked around for anyone she knew or anyone she might be able to talk to. "So when did this turn into a semi-official RPG?"
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Unless they have a magic boat. If they have a magic boat, I'm pretty much doomed.... *cough*