Going to be running my first game of Dungeon World in a couple of weeks, whenever my current Monday game ends. I got lucky, and got the book, some adventures, along with some other stuff all for around 7 bucks during a charity drive.
Gaddammit, Noz, It says his name right on his hat! Diego Brando, the ultimate dinosaur waifu. I am kind of over anything that is set in a high school too, considering I'm out of it... I don't want to be reminded of that trash heap.
I guess it technically counts as a condiment. A tiny bit of vinegar (we had some spritzers I tried them with) on fries is great. I prefer it over ketchup, in limited quantities. Usually just go for ketchup though, since it's available and still good.
It's not good, but the show is unique at least in the fact that, while at home the character is a selfish, whiny, lazy, piece of internet trash, while she is at school she becomes the most perfect person. High grades, kind and caring, athletic, etc. But yeah, it's not good.
I know this was talking about a few pages back, but I just read it recently. In regards to Dio being such a threat when vampires created by the stone mask are supposed to be bottom of the barrel. Dio's was a unique case where he was intelligent, charismatic, strong, and talented even before he was a vampire, and it carried over when he changed, instead of making him a mostly mindless hungry monster like in most cases.
He fed a LOT without any competition, used his charisma to gain allies and to lure his food, and learned how to do things as a vampire that were never used by any of the others (turning people into zombies, making animal/human hybrids, etc). He also had a unique ability that could pretty much counter Hamon, by freezing his opponent.
Plus, in the end, while Jonathon had a lot of Hamon potential, he wasn't trained as rigorously as Joseph or Caesar were.
I'm not entirely sure if the place he called was actually a scam or not, because the guy was asking if someone had called them asking for money since he said he was scammed. Which is a real complaint people have. But he also asked Joel to talk about his "daughter, or maybe a sister" when he was complaining about his son masturbating and praising Satan.
Despite its flaws in terms of roleplay, and the incomprehensible math at higher levels, I have been craving playing 4th Edition D&D again, but this time as a player instead of as a DM like I was in high school. Problem is, it's pretty much a dead system now. Not a lot of people online hosting games of it, and those who are are doing so on days that I can't play, or making stupid demands like "WE NEED SPECIFICALLY A DWARF CLERIC because they are statistically the best healer in a group of 3!" Like, what the hell? That's not a game you're asking someone to play, it's a button you're asking them to press.