Taker gave a short speech about laying people to rest for the past 30 years before announcing it was time to let the Undertaker rest in peace. Taker then left the ring as the pre-recorded audience chanted "Thank You, Taker"--something a real audience would have been chanting anyway, but 2020 has been a bit of a trip. We also got a brief moment to see a Paul Bearer hologram. … [Read more...] about WWE Survivor Series 2020 Results: The Undertaker Says Goodbye
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It may seem a good idea to go for maximum greed with the Paladin’s hero power, playing premium minions so you can reliably resurrect them, but the meta is too fast for that approach. Instead, wielders of the Light are forced to study the dark arts of aggression to survive early encounters. You win those initial fights by sticking a cheap minion on the board so that you can target them with an on-curve Blessing of Kings or Blessing of Authority. The return of Selfless Hero further enhances this strategy. The trick is to sacrifice late-game bombs in your starter deck and pick them up later on if the correct treasures present themselves, leaving you with something like this: … [Read more...] about The best Hearthstone Duels decks and strategies for each class
The Thoroughbred series is exceptional among Horse Girl books because it covers a long period of time: Ashleigh grows up and gets married, and the series goes on to follow her daughter. So it was maybe inevitable that death entered the picture. Wonder nearly dies of an illness in the first book, and later in the series does die giving birth. Two of her foals also nearly die: one of twisted intestines, and another from a fractured cannon bone. The delicacy and the importance of the cannon bone strikes fear in the heart of many a Horse Girl. … [Read more...] about What makes a Horse Girl story?
Her horse-loving bonafides might not be at the forefront of Tuca & Bertie, but it’s threaded through much of her other work. Hanawalt’s collections of humor comics, like the recently republished I Want You, are laced with appearances from animal-headed people — many of them horses. Her graphic novel, Coyote Doggirl, follows the adventures of a canine-headed cowgirl and her beloved horse. And then, of course, there’s Netflix hit Bojack Horseman, where Hanawalt shares producer and production designer credits, and its now-iconic horse-headed star. … [Read more...] about Tuca & Bertie creator Lisa Hanawalt on achieving her horse girl dreams