by An Ork
What is it about Zaros you like so much?
If there was no Zaros, which god would you follow?
Your new RSN (Geweld (Violence, Ed.)) is quite... violent! What is it that made you change your name from Perforo to Geweld?
Do you watch any shows?
How are you doing?
Are you a busy man IRL?
What do you want to be next time, when you come out of school?
Where do your interests lie? Other than scaping of course haha.
Describe your perfect day ^^
Also do you play anything other than scape?
Do you afk runescape? If yes, what do you do at the same time while afking?
What's your fondest memories of playing this game?
What is your opinion on the current direction Runescape is heading?
Who is your favourite Walking Dead character?
What is your favourite colour?
What is your favourite questline?
What is your favorite song?
What is your favourite food?
If you could visit anywhere in the world where would it be and why?
Why do you leave meeeeeeee!!! Ahem, I mean why did you leave the clan?
What's one thing you'd like to bring out of RuneScape and into real life?
What do you like to do for a laugh? (e.g. watch funny movies)
Who's your favourite fictional character?
What is your ideal breakfast?
How are you doing in real life, anything you are looking forward to?
What's Runescape like without Clan Quest?
I miss you
What's an RS goal you are trying to achieve?
Will you visit once in a while?
Favourite movie and why?
Fondest memories of CQ?
Fondest memories in RS?
If I could do one thing for you, what would it be?
Article by Wise Ork
1. Advanced Runecraft- Yellow wizards
I found the guide quite extreme, but here are some good take aways, I included some of my tips.
1. Undead soul > Bloody Skull > Living Soul > Nebula/ Jumper > Skull > Blood Pool
2. Yellow wizard calls every 10 minutes, timer starts when you log in to a world at runespan.
3. Arrive at the yellow wizard about 1 minute before the call, but I don't find it necessary, just start moving when they call you.
4. If you're above 78 runecraft, give the best rune you can (provided you have 10 or more of it) to the yellow wizard.
5. You receive about 30k more runecraft experience per hour hunting yellow wizards. That is if you don't mind clicking a little.
Honestly I don't do this often because I keep running out of low level runes. If they point the yellow wizard too far, I wouldn't even bother, but if they are near I would get them.
Article by SantaEnds
In my area it is randomly rotating between beautiful days and horrible days so I went out and stocked up on all the good movies I've been interested in over the past year or so that I haven't seen yet. The following is just my opinion of them and yours may differ but I'll try to do a good job explaining what caused me to form my opinions so you'll be able to tell if yours will match my own or not. Basically personal feelings are tricky and I'll do my best so don't freak out.
I watched this movie because the crew here have made a lot of real winners like "Pineapple Express" and "30 Minutes or Less" that had me laughing the entire way through. Also for Emma Watson showing up. Sadly this movie only had one or two actual funny moments and was mostly a meta picture. In other words the main point of it seemed to be talking about all the stuff the actors have been in/created that was actually good. The second most important goal this movie set was to have a ton of stars and famous people randomly showing up and usually dying in at least semi funny ways. Last on the importance list of this movie was apparently to be a movie because only after all the perks were out of the way did anything related to what the movie was about happen, which was the world ending.
This movie is intended to be a parody of all the apocalypse movies that have been popping up lately. Except parodies are supposed to be funny and for a comedy I sure didn't laugh at many of the jokes at all. Compared to the other movies this cast has starred in that had me laughing the entire time I laughed maybe 2 or 3 times in this movie. The "humor" is definitely for an older audience. Overall I would give this movie a 1/10. Really dissapointing considering I really enjoyed previous works using this cast.
Short review: If you enjoyed the first one you will enjoy this one as well. Longer review: This movie extends the events of the previous one nicely. The same as the first one it uses a lot of colorful language and there is tons of bloodshed and fighting. In this film we see Hitgirl and KickButt grown up a bit and how they have changed as a result. Not to mention all the new "super" heroes running all over the city. Sadly the villain is incredibly hard to take seriously but luckily his followers are really horrible and quickly make things feel serious again. The quality of the movie is good other than one scene on top of a car that had incredibly bad cgi. And I am super excited about something that happens at the end of the movie. Overall 7/10 a must watch if you enjoyed the first.
Cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2
Excellent all ages movie. I laughed a good bit during this one and the stupid strawberry is absolutely adorable. Also it is wonderful to see that the characters were kept the same, normally it seems like the love interest always changes each movie. I love that actual progress was made on a relationship as well. So many all ages shows just keep stringing you on forever, even some of the adult ones and that is super frustrating. Overall if you think food animals are funny you will definitely love this movie and it isn't hard to pick up even if you skip the first. I give it an 8/10.
Full disclosure: I was not a big fan of the first Captain America movie. I liked how it really showed the WW2 era setting off but it took soooo long to get interesting and even then the bad guys were ridiculous and I just couldn't take them seriously. The Nazi soldiers though were very serious badguys. Anyways the main reason I watched the second Captain America was because I didn't want to miss anything that might be important in the second Avengers movie. (Like the introduction of some new Avengers!) So I went in not expecting much and I was surprised how good the movie was! This movie is basically Avengers 1.5 or a mini Avengers movie between the first and second. Nick Fury, Robin from how I met your mother (lol), Blackwidow, and 2 new Avengers participate in this adventure. And the after-credits scene ties in something important from not only the first Avengers but also X-men! Which is fantastic because The Amazing Spiderman 2 in the after-credits had a scene linking it to X-men as well! This means we may be looking at a Spiderman, X-men, Avengers mashup! The actual movie itself had some really great moments in it and we see more of those epic flying hover ships from the first Avengers. This movie was really good but honestly I'm most excited for what it set us up for next. I give Captain America 2 a 7/10.
The Wind Rises
This movie is the final work of Hayao Miyazaki who is the co-founder of Studio Gibli and is the Japanese version Walt Disney without all the scandal. Everything Hayao touches has amazing flying scenes in it at some point so I am completely unsurprised that this film is about an airplane designer. Also featured in the movie is his love interest and I can honestly say I have never had such a simple story touch me so deeply. I was truly moved watching this movie. 10/10
Also the movie is set in WW2 Japan so it shows a bit of what things were like when Japan was allied with Germany which was a very dark time for Japan and honestly many Japanese were not happy about it yet Hayao went along with it anyways because it is his final work and he didn't have to care about the fallout. The only fault I could find for this movie is that it is a bit fast paced. I'm confident this movie will be looked back on and labeled a classic.
The Amazing Spiderman 2
I would have left the theater after the ending of the first movie had there been anything after it but the movie was already over so there was nothing to walk out on. Spoilers: Spiderman promises his girlfriend's dying dad that he will stay away from her because being near him puts her in danger. Then at the end he is seen hanging out with her and says simply "some promises were made to be broken". Completely ruined Spiderman as a superhero for me. If he "loved" her shouldn't he protect her? Playing with giant killer lizards has a price and that price is you don't let your girlfriend get near the giant killer lizards! Sure it isn't like there is much of a choice, either fight the bad stuff or let the whole city die or something but the fact is if he doesn't have the power to protect the city and his gf at the same time he needs to pick one.
Anyways Spiderman 2 really sets that situation to rights directly off the bat. It does a good job showing how while he might have been a complete tool at the end of the first movie how he really struggles with the situation and his girlfriend's feelings. The movie has a comic book feel to it though so it is hard to take it seriously in live action. If you haven't seen the trailer or read the comics minor spoiler here: The bad guy clearly has some kind of mental disability and is only bad because of a misunderstanding. I honestly don't know how I feel about scumbag spiderman beating on a mentally handicapped bad guy. This movie is all kinds of strange but the action scenes are awesome and the characters really shine. Other than hating Spiderman this movie was really good. I give it a 7/10.
The Wolf of Wall street
This movie definitely goes beyond an "R" rating and should be on the same level as an adult film. It has excessive cursing, drug use, crime, adult activity, and a good bit of violence. If you are okay with those adult themes then I HIGHLY recommend watching this film. Especially if you are in your late teens or early twenties and wondering what to do with your life. This movie is not only entertaining and tells a great story but it also has a ton of moral lessons. It shows that while bad things can be fun they also carry a huge risk and if you lead an abusive lifestyle no matter how high you climb one day that risk will catch up to you.
It also shows what it is like when you commit a crime and are worth 20 million dollar versus when you commit a crime and are worth 20 dollars. The difference in the treatment of rich criminals is something that is a really important social issue and I love the way this movie calls attention to it. I would give this movie a 10/10 but this movie shows way more adult content than is necessary and that really takes away from appreciating the movie as any kind of lesson teaching experience or even enjoying it at times so I'll give it a 6/10.
Man of Steel
I think perhaps this may be the best Superman movie to date, and I for one am glad that Superman at last has adapted to earth culture enough to know underwear go inside the pants! However this movie upsets me greatly in the same way the last Star Trek movie upset me. (minor poilers for both to follow if you read the Superman comics/watch the tv shows) Spock has one thing he NEVER does and in the last Star Trek movie he did it TWICE. The movie basically was showing that this Spock is not "our Spock" and they will do whatever they want with him. Superman also has a character trait he has sworn to never violate and no matter how bad things have ever gotten for him or how tempted he has been he has ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS steadfastly sworn to never do something. And sure enough in his first movie he does the thing he has always sworn to never do. In my opinion that makes him not Superman but some other character just ripping him off.
The movie also has a good few plotholes in it. (Why Earth, why not mars? Why a full turn when a partial turn would have done the trick?) Other than the plotholes and completely destroying Superman's trademark virtue the characters are spot on and fit really well. I also like how they got around the "omg he has glasses on now there is no way we can recognize him" stupidity. The fighting and actions scenes are first rate and you really feel a sense of urgency. This movie came really close to being a perfect Superman movie but dropped the ball when they violated Superman's character and didn't think the plot through fully. I give it a 7/10 because unless you are a Superman fanatic you probably won't care they changed his core character virtue.
This movie does a fantastic job of not losing any of the greatness of the original. It is funny and it has an important story to tell. It teaches the value of hardwork and strategy and that natural talent or lack there of is only one of many factors in success. Also it highlights the importance of good friendships and teamwork. It even teaches that just because you can't do what you want that doesn't mean you have to give up on your dreams. The very end of this movie even shows that you generally don't just walk in and get your dream job but you take what is available and work your way up. When these two work their way up they don't feel as if they are wasting their lives they just see it as another step in the journey to doing what they love and enjoy it. I feel that is perhaps the most important lesson the film has to teach and it is just done with a few pictures and no words at the very end. Honestly this movie is enjoyable for all ages and teaches some very important lessons. 9/10.
I'm a HUGE Chloe Moretz fan(She flips a balisong better than I can, and has awesome taste in what movies she stars in) so even though I wasn't a fan of the original Carrie so I gave this a shot. The original is 38 years old now and the "big reveal" is on the cover of the box the movie comes in so I'm not going to bother with being concerned about plot spoilers. Basically a girl has super powers and is bullied to the point where she snaps and goes on a rampage. Let me just say that the awkward and shy to pure butt kicking and psychotic swing Carrie has is phenomenal! (Those happen to be my two favorite types of girl) While the movie may be creepy (The mom gives me the willies) and teaching people it is okay to mass murder bullies is also not okay the movie does have one decent lesson for people to take away from it. If you are in a position of power be it popularity for peer influence or a staff member you should reach out to troubled people because it may make their crappy lives considerably better, or at the very least they will spare you when they start the massacre. I really liked this movie but I wouldn't call it horror... I would say "Tragedy" is probably the best genre for it like a Shakespearean play. 8/10.
Based on the preview to this movie I thought it was about some kind of ghost haunting a house which was a misleading impression. This movie starts out by setting the record straight. It is actually about a demon and the people it haunts and these idiotic investigators that go out like "oh boy I hope this is a real thing that can kill us horribly". Also I made a survival guide awhile ago and one of the first few rules was: "Never trust a disembodied voice or anything you can't see that interacts with you". This movie really shows how if that were ever to happen in real life it would be a good rule to follow. It is your basic horror movie but as horror movies are notoriously low budget because they don't get many views the special effects are usually horrible but in this case the movie does an excellent job compensating for that by using low tech scare tactics. That return to the basics but making it work in modern day film making is what interested me in this movie. It reminds me of a time when horror movies were scary and not just an excuse to abuse cgi or show people getting naked or so stupid they are funny. Although I have to admit it is hard to take the doll seriously.
And what kind of idiot has children and keeps a room full of cursed items and haunted junk? Why don't you just live next to a gunpowder factory and keep a room full of loaded bazookas? The concept on this movie is just far too set up and the characters are clearly begging for something to go horribly horribly wrong. So it is no surprise when something actually happens to these morons. So while the plot doesn't give you any feelings of sympathy for the characters and when bad things happen to them you can't help but think "well duh" the scares in this movie are still pretty good. I give it a 6/10 on the "Don't open that door!" scale.
Article by Wolfie
AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18)
PISCES (February 19 to March 20)
ARIES (March 21 to April 19)
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20)
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20)
CANCER (June 21 to July 22)
LEO (July 23 to August 22)
VIRGO (August 23 to September 22)
LIBRA (September 23 to October 22)
SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21)
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21)
CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19)
Source: Horoscope for the Whole Year
Article by LizBeth
~ ! ~ RECIPE FOR MAY ~ ! ~
MUD AND WORMS
Original recipe makes 4 servings
Article by MsKonnan