It was neat to hear the addition of the melancholic tune, “You’re Only Human (Second Wind),” in his set. He was able to pick up the pace yet again with “My Life,” as the crowd was clapping along. “This Is the Time” was a sentimental piano driven ballad, accompanied with shakers, which left many fans in tears due to its bittersweet message..
Another uniqueness on this island are the street names. Apart from the officially displayed street name signs, the local Chinese have their own names for the various streets, in Hokkien. As the Chinese were the pioneers in the town center, they gave names to the streets in their Hokkien dialect, while the British colonial rulers gave them their official street names.
3 points submitted 15 days agoI think the reality is it would be at your discretion. They been inventive to use the spider familiar as a way to scout out the dungeon so they should be rewarded but they can have it all the time so that there still some challenge of the unknown left.The dungeon has little and not so little critters that live there rats, centipedes, bigger spiders, voles etc etc I don think you should have to roll for or otherwise manage this. These things live there and are constantly looking for something smaller to eat.
What may be news to many is Kasur Museum. Until now the town was only famous for its fried fish and the mausoleum of the great Punjabi Sufi Bulleh Shah. It contains five galleries including prehistory, coins of various periods, Islamic period, Pakistan Movement and crafts of Kasur.
The evening before I had heard growling and squealing and had gone down to the mulch heap to see what was making the commotion. A woodchuck emerged from the weeds with a pawful of something and sat on its rear end to eat it, giving me what could only be described as a baleful, defiant look. That woodchuck was a fighter even though it was smaller than its portly opponent who feeds every afternoon on the barn bank grass..
Hi, I have recently been reading about the hidden chamber discovered at the peak of the great pyramid and the sphere and half cat half human skeleton that was found inside. Apparently the skeleton was removed from the pyramid and the sphere could not be removed due to an anomaly of some kind that held it in place. I was wondering how this was done without wrecking the pyramid or taking it apart because a robotic probe was needed to enter the chamber in the first place so it seems very unlikely the skeleton came out the way the probe went in.