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First one had a energy ball that he could fire and partially control midair with his right arm, and he had to recharge it every 3 hits. Looked like a humanoid something. Was made from a gladiator that Shiro beat while he was imprisoned.
Second had a lot of eye that he could shoot beams out of. In the end this guy they couldn't beat and a sort of Deus Ex Machina had to help them. Looked like a huge antropomorphic geco. Was made from some sort of lizard creature.
Just a Mort wrote:
Hmm. Wonder if I did the right thing freeing the ghost in the tree in Velen.
If you free the spirit she burns down the village and kills everyone in it, Baron's wife dies and Baron hangs himself. If you kill the spirit, the village is spared, the Crones eat the children and Baron goes away with his wife to cure her insanity, but they live.
Alex Martin wrote:
Some of the choices you make in 2 do reflect on 3 if you import the save. It is a good game, well worth the some 30 hours needed to finish it. As for 3, I sank 11 days of gameplay in it and 1 more day for Heart of Stone and am probably gonna sink at least 3 days for Blood and Wine.
It came out for PC too.
Sooo, got a free ticket to watch the film in a cinema. Good thing too, probably wouldn't have paid money to watch it otherwise.
Now I'm a fan of the Warcraft franchise, I played all of the strategy games, and WoW for years.
Anyway. I will first mention the good things about the movie.
The CGI was magnificent as well. Orcs looked freaking real. Azeroth looked freaking real. Stormwind...it was breathtaking. Ironforge too, for the brief moment it appeared. Magic was awesomely done, the way magic should be done in every movie from now on. Visible, physically there and powerful.
Khadgar was good. The guy who acted him clearly decided to earn his wage. Durotan was good as well.
The stuff that sucked.
The story. I don't mean that the story sucked. It was the story of Warcraft: Orcs and Humans, adapted to more resemble Warlords of Draenor. I mean that the script was very poorly written. Very.
The acting. Acting was terrible. I mean terrible. Gul'Dan, Durotan and his wife and Orgrim Doomhammer were also ok. The dude playing Lothar...sorry Ragnar in alliance clothes, just gave me a good reason never to start watching Vikings. Dominic Copper was terrible as king, and Ruth Negga was clearly phoning her performance in.
Anyway, I would give the movie a 4/10, maybe 5/10 because the action scenes were really well done. But the poor acting and the overly simplified story detracted from my fun. And I walked into the movie theater with absolutely no expectations.
Well generally there are other lazarus pits. One was underneath Gotham, that kinda explains all the crazy.
She pulled it off well, plus she has EVERY reason to be arrogant as much as she wants.
I guess getting flashbacks from the first season.
Norman Osborne wrote:
I think it is strongly implied that gods don't exist (the void thing) and that the casters cast magic on the strength of their faith alone.
Grey Lensman wrote:
With season 2 featuring the Justice Society I might be reeled back in - provided they can tone the stupids down. I left feeling that the amount of plot induced stupidity required for one episode if Legends was the same needed for 2 episodes of Flash AND Arrow. I can understand a little, but when I start to question the base competence of every cast member it's too much.
Well their stupid was explained by the occulus and the time masters manipulating them.
Sometimes you just freeze no matter who you are.
Maybe this has been happening all along and I just missed it, but now that I've noticed it, it's driving me nuts. They do the Star Trek thing where the science character spills out some pseudo-science gobbledygook followed by someone else responding with a poorly constructed analogy to explain it. It just feels like they don't think we're smart enough to get it. I noticed it 3-4 episodes ago, and it's been in every episode since.
Some people are actually that stupid and the pseudosience gobbledygook (which is pretty spot on btw) does fly right over their heads.