I wanted to talk about Raid Shadow Legends, my new favorite mobile games, and one of the biggest mobile role-playing games of 2019 that’s totally free! Based on app store statistics almost 10 million users have joined Raid over the last six months, and I think it’s one of the most impressive games in its class with detailed models, environments and smooth 60 frames per second animations! All the champions in the game can be customized with unique gear that changes your strategic buffs and abilities! The dungeon bosses have some ridiculous skills of their own and figuring out the perfect party and strategy to overtake them’s a lot of fun! Currently, with over 300,000 reviews, Raid has almost a perfect score on the Play Store! The community is growing fast and the highly anticipated new faction wars feature is now live, you might even find my squad out there in the arena! It’s easier to start now than ever with rates program for new players you get a new daily login reward for the first 90 days that you play in the game! One of my favorite champions is Rae, she is a dark elf ranged magic caster that is optimized for arena, dungeons, and farming. Another character that I enjoy playing is Septimus who focuses on stealth activities and magic casting. One of his abilities is a poison which allows him to damage a target over time. This can be combined with a leech life to drain an opponent’s life force extremely fast.
I just finished watching Shrek 2 and I have to say it’s a cinematic masterpiece. The plot begins with Fiona convincing Shrek to visit her parents in Far Far Away. Fiona wants to get her parents’ blessing for their marriage. Shrek’s father in law, Harold, in fact, is repulsed by the idea of their marriage and confers with the fairy godmother. She believes that the only way to get Harolds happily ever after is to kill Shrek. This surprised me, however towards the end of the movie Harold shows character progression by switching his stance on the marriage and trying to make amends. When you look past the veil of the fairytale elements, it’s a story about a husband who wants to be the best man he can be for his wife, but because he’s so different from what his in-laws expect, he feels like he has to change. The beautiful part about it is that he’s so willing to sacrifice everything that he is to make his wife happy, he goes so far as to transform into something that he’s not. When he finally gets to ask his wife what she wants and tells her he’s willing to change, he learns that he was already the best man he could be, and then they live happily ever after. And that’s before analyzing the subtext, the undertones of racial tension, poverty, the innuendos, the pop culture references, and the subplot alluded throughout that his father in law was in fact just like him, and even had a similar arc. All in all 12/10 movie.
What I can see from my first impression of the lemon is that it looks full of juice. There are sparkles where the light reflects off of the juice. It looks tasty from an outward appearance, but I know that traitorous lies dwell inside that lemon. Where one would expect sweet plump fruit is replaced with bitter sour that can contort any face. Its smell in unrelenting, piercing your nose with its tangy scent. The outside is even more bitter than the inside, a taste that would make a season veteran wince. It feels wet, leaves behind a sticky acidic film on your hands that will remain until you wash it off. Its taste is as if your tastes buds themselves are being dissolved by acid.
The first impression of this lemon is bad and does not convey any sympathy for it. The entire Fat Column is ridiculing the lemon remorselessly, and does not attempt to approach from the lemons point of view.Lemon oh lemon, what mysteries do you hold. What hides behind that sour taste. Why must you force others away. What part of people do you hate so dearly. The outside is even more rotten than the inside, a brown color that conveys a disgusting feeling. Is your hatred guided by your age, you show as you grow old and become more rotten. I speak about the mystery behind the lemons age. How the Lemon’s brown color is making it depressed. I spoke of how rotten the lemon had become and how it had grown brown.
You are as old as ever, your rotten browning skin makes people cringe away. Is it your rotten skin that smells so bad, that people can sense the tartness from afar? Why are you so grouchy, old lemon? Is it from seeing your years slip by, never experiencing all that life holds for you? I hope you will forget your malice in you winter years, and soften up.