For me personally, I was a really math-oriented kid growing up who was also very heavily into the arts, and was an artist; Dungeons & Dragons just lights up both sides of my brain. So I've got a few characters, and I've played one of them on "Critical Role" and a web series called "Force Grey": He looks like a dragon on two legs, basically and is called a dragonborn. (For the people who play, he's a 17th-level Oathbreaker paladin, 3rd-level berserker barbarian red dragonborn of Tiamat with the Hand of Vecna.) … [Read more...] about Dungeons & Dragons isn’t a weird game for nerds. It’s a creative outlet for people like me.
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Trump tweeted an image of himself with the words "Sanctions are Coming," a play on a phrase from the company's hit show "Game of Thrones." Trump's sanctions, which will begin midnight on Sunday, are intended to put political pressure on Iran by putting economic pressure on oil sales. … [Read more...] about HBO prefers Trump keep ‘Game of Thrones’ out of politics
It has also been rumoured a Lowestoft high school could feature in the film and across the county border students at Acle Academy have already taking part in a casting photoshoot, with the school a confirmed location, and the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston has been in discussions with the film company. … [Read more...] about Will Ed Sheeran be starring in Danny Boyle’s Beatles movie in Norfolk and Suffolk?
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's conservative party, cast into opposition in June after six years in government, will map out its political direction for the foreseeable future on Saturday when it picks either a centrist or a right-winger as its new leader. … [Read more...] about At crossroads, Spain’s ousted conservatives pick new leader
DUBYA HITS THE TRAIL IN FLORIDA Politico: “Florida Republican Rick Scott is as close as any governor with Donald Trump. Yet it’s former President George W. Bush, no friend to Trump, who will join Scott at two fundraisers for a super PAC backing Scott’s Senate campaign Friday. It’s the latest instance of the Florida governor visibly tying his political fortunes to a prominent Republican other than the current president. Scott — who was frequently by Trump’s side at the White House and at his resorts in Palm Beach and Bedminster, New Jersey, in 2017 — began putting more distance between himself and the unpopular president this year as he geared up for a Senate run that Trump himself had repeatedly urged him to make. Scott also chaired the super PAC backing Trump’s 2016 presidential bid. Now Scott seldom mentions the president and won’t commit to having an event with him specifically. ‘I want everybody … [Read more...] about The lesson of 9/11 we didn’t really want to learn