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  1. The Panther was a German medium tank (although its weight was closer to the classification of a heavy tank. However, it’s high power-to-weight ratio meant it was extremely mobile) built and used during the second World War along both the Eastern and Western fronts from mid-1943 to the wars end in 1945. It was officially designated as Panzerkampfwagen V Panther until February 27, 1944, when Hitler ordered the Roman numeral “V” be removed. The Panther is often considered one of the best tanks in World War 2, with excellent firepower and protection, even if its reliability was less than stellar. Indeed, it had the same engine as the Tiger I, but with more efficient frontal armor and better gun penetration, along with being lighter and faster and being able to traverse rough terrain more easily. The trade-off was its weak side armor, making it vulnerable to flanking. It also suffered several technical difficulties due to being rushed into the war, although they because less prevalent as time went on. Tank crews consisted of a commander, a driver, a gunner, a loader, and a radio operator who doubled as a machine gunner. The Panther had a 7.5 cm gun, which was among the most powerful weapons of World War 2, due to its large propellant charge and long barrel. It held a supply of 40 anti-tank rounds and 39 high explosive shells, along with two MG 34 machine guns with and 5,100 rounds of ammo. Altogether, the Panther weighed 44.8 tons. Although 6000 Panther tanks were made by the Germans, interestingly, nine were made by the British army. Indeed, one of their strengths was their ease and cost of manufacturing. The French and Russian armies also used them when they could, although the latter often abandoned the tanks whenever they broke down, finding them too complex and not worthwhile to repair. As you can see, the Panzerkampfwagen V Panther was one of the best tanks in World War 2. However, its name had to come from somewhere, and to that, we look too... ...Actual panthers. Interestingly, the word simply refers to any large cat species. Black panthers refer to the melanistic color variant, while white panthers refer to big cats with pale or albino fur. In Asia and Africa, panthers are called leopards, while in the America, they are called jaguars, and there is a subspecies of both called cougars. Panthers are great swimmers and are one of the strongest tree climbing cats, often pouncing on their prey from 20 feet away from a tree. They also have a strong jaw, as well as good eyesight and excellent hearing. Their fur makes it difficult to spot in the wild, especially at night. Although extremely rare, there actually are black panthers living in the wild in the state of Florida. And last, but most certainly not least, there’s Marvel’s Black Panther, who recently had a movie release this year. The king of the fictional nation Wakanda, T’Challa is a brilliantly intelligent scientist and inventor, and is rigorously trained in both acrobatics and hand-to-hand combat. Having eaten the heart shaped herb, he has access to the previous Black Panthers memories and experiences, as well as increased strength, speed, durability, and senses. He also wears a vibranium suit, made of the same material as Captain America's famous indestructible shield, and isn't afraid to use a wide variety of technology on missions. Created in 1966 in a Fantastic Four comic by legendary comic writers Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Black Panthers name predates the formation of the infamous Black Panther party, which was noted by Lee to be a “strange coincidence” (the character was temporarily renamed The Panther or Black Leopard for a while, although this change was short-lived). Mostly appearing in solo adventures with the Fantastic Four and the Avengers, it wasn't until Jungle Action #5 that the character had a story focused on him. Pioneering the self-contained, multi-issue story structure, the series was critically acclaimed, even if sales were low. Since then, Black Panther has had his own series, penned by several different people over the years, with perhaps Christopher Priests run being the most well-known. Given that the Black Panther is a title that must be earned, several others have taken up the mantle, including Kasper Cole,Eric Killmonger, Shuri, and, hilariously, Everett Ross. T’Challa also married the super-heroine and mutant Storm in a highly publicized event. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he is portrayed by Chadwick Boseman, and debuted in Captain America: Civil War in a 2016. There's also this dastard: ... This is my first ever shite post. Tried to do something a little clever. YMWV on whether or not it is, of course. I spent more hours than I'm willing to admit, although less than I originally thought I would, creating this whole thing. And trust me, if this weren't a FftF thing, I would be much, much more stingy about avoiding plagairism. As it is, yes, I did copy word for word (although I didn’t copy-paste (except once or twice)) information from wikipedia, as well as these sites: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panther_tank https://www.warhistoryonline.com/military-vehicle-news/top-25-facts-about-the-panther_tank.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_panther http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/panther.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther_(comics) https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/ComicBook/BlackPanther Despite this being a FftF thing and altogether a shite post, FEEL FREE TO CORRECT ANYTHING I GOT WRONG! I also listened to Corneria-Star Fox Zero Music Extended while writing this, in case you were wondering. And the Main Theme for Smash Ultimate. And the Warthog Run from Halo 3. And the Theme of Ryu-Street Fighter 5 Music Extended. And Danse Macabre, which I actually memorized and played during marching band season of my senior year of high school. I could play it so fast I was nicknamed “the Flash”. I also won a game of Mount and Blade: Napoleonic Wars while this song was blaring. And finally, all the Wild Dog Themes from Time Crisis.
  2. Hello friends of Serenes! So for two days a good amount of time I've been wanting to LP some Touhoumon and I was wondering which one I should LP and if anyone is even interested in this. In case you don't know the differences between the versions and what Touhoumon even is, this link will work miracles for you: https://www.reddit.com/r/twitchplayspokemon/comments/31rk8y/an_overview_of_various_touhoumon_versions/ It'll be a screenshot LP and I'll try being entertaining, I promise. Keep in mind that World Link and Another World are considered to be bad and painful and choosing them will equal torturing me. They might be dumb enough to be fun though... NOTE: IT'LL BE A NUZLOCKE. :D A RANDOMIZED ONE!!! If I can get the randomizer to work...
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    Hey guys, I'm fairly new here. Please forgive me if I'm not posting this under the right topic. When I first tried to create and account, I never got an activation email. I checked spam/junk box, but nothing. The email I used was a yahoo account. I also tried changing the email to my gmail one, but an activation email didn't come either. I tried changing the email to my yahoo account one more time, but again, no email :( When I tried signing up again and tried typing in my first username, it said that it was already taken (it didn't say it was taken the first time I tried signing up). So now I have this "knock-off" one. If possible, could an admin, staff member, or someone in a place of authority manually send an activation email to my first account so I can use that one and delete this one? Or else, that account will just be sitting there collecting dust >_>; Sorry for the trouble.
  4. I've been wanting to do an FEXNA remake for a long time, and I've got docs drawn up for most of the older games (FE1, FE2, FE4, FE5, and FE6). I'm just sort of in the pondering phase, and honestly, I don't know much about the game to begin with, never actually beat it. Out of all the games that want a remake, FE2 seems the most in-need of an overhaul. [spoiler=FE2 Stuff]Here's the Google Doc outline. Some ideas/goals: Level-up magic system retained; also adding tomes and staves, which allow units to cast spells without having learned them (at the cost of limited use and weighing down the spellcaster, these items are uncommon and expensive). Learned spells cost HP to use. Villagers replaced with FE8-style specific trainee classes. No third-tier classes for normal units. Switching to the normal way of handling items and equipment. Traversable world map with visitable villages and skirmishes, obviously. Fleshing out the maps into full chapters, redoing a lot of the designs. Taking out the Archanea references (sorry, fans of the Peg Knight trio). I want to do something about making bows more viable (since they were so great in the original), but Gaiden's approach of giving archers a third tier with a mount and 1-5 range is a bit...much? Maybe 2-3 range for standard bows, 2-5 for the longbow? I also want to try to expand on the split party system. It'll have certain points in the story where the parties meet and can swap units and items, you can send items to the other party by talking to an NPC in the villages. Part 3 alternates the parties, and I wanted to possibly add a merged section in Part 4 if it makes sense. Could somebody explain the "frozen party" issue I've heard about towards the end? I'd love to hear some feedback. Ideas are much appreciated, comments on areas where FE2 could stand to be improved. I'm still in the pondering phase, most of my remake attentions have been focused on FE1, FE5 and FE6, so the concepts for a gaiden remake are still being developed in my head.
  5. Where my group with some nickname where everyone acts like they've known you for ages or matching avatars with a friend at
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