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Update 3 on my excursions in the land of fusions!

2023.05.29 07:31 Lewichan06 Update 3 on my excursions in the land of fusions!

Hello all! I know it’s been a while but I’ve been all over, haven’t stopped moving really! After getting off the SS Anne and making friends with all the band members there, I decided I’d name my Pokémon after music! Team may be in the comments but they’re currently healing up after a lengthy battle with Lt. Surge.
The train ride from Vermillion to Pallet town was very scenic and full of potential sky Pokémon to be caught at a later date. There, I met an old friend in professor oak. He was my favourite teacher in college and it was only when I found out he lived in this region that this excursion could be done!
We chatted for a very long while until eventually he offered to give me one of his Pokémon he’d been raising and instructed me to carry out all the research I could and so I acquired a Charmander and called them Kasabian (British rock band whose most popular song is called fire)!
His grandson of course started to bombard the poor man with his strange words until he eventually gave him a Pokémon. So he took both of them and fused them together! Without even hesitating! He was so rude that I don’t even know his name anymore, I just see annoying face and think of all the times he was nagging me to battle, ugh!
I left soon after into Viridian Forest; a place notorious for its bug Pokémon. It took me a good while to get through however because of all of the string shots in the way! I found a boy offering to trade his fused weedle and zubat! This was very intriguing as I knew splicers sold for quite a high price so I gladly added Arctic Monkeys to the band (reference to batphone from Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino).
But my first challenge was staring me in the face: the rock gym. I already knew this would be a tough challenge as Oak told me already but I eventually beat Brock after fusing Kasabian with a Pyukumuku I was given by some random delivery person. Didn’t even say who it was from just that it was for me!
As for why I’m collecting badges, I need all 8 badges offered in this region to use its facilities to help further the field of fusion, obviously I haven’t told the Pokémon league my true intentions lest I am thrown in jail for my connections to team sky!
I found myself going on a wander for a few hours on route 3, where I found a wild fusion of Mankey and Hoothoot and so R.E.M joined the band (reference to Man on the Moon by REM)! After making the trek up a giant hill I found a Pokémon centre battered up by some “thugs“. Turns out team rocket has a branch in this region too and they were experimenting with triple fusion but there was nothing I could find on the matter so I simply ignored them as their numbers were plentiful.
On the way I caught a Geodude, which I fused with a Pidgey I caught on route 1 and called it blue (band whose most famous song is Fly By II) and welcomed it to the band!
This lead me to Cerulean city, where I tore apart the water gym with a Weepinbell and Spearow fusion called Lottery Winners (Victory-bell, thus lottery winners).
There wasn’t really much to offer in Cerulean city so I moved on quickly back to where I started: Vermillion City! Little to my knowledge, the entrance to the gym was covered in a thick thorn bush so I couldn’t get through! I ended up using a random katana I found on a bench to cut through, hope I didn’t anger anyone in the process!
I used the Nincada I found outside of Mt. Moon to beat the electric type gym with a Ninjask and Sandslash fusion named Allen (reference to The Fear by Lily Allen).
And now ur up to date! I will continue to update you on events in the future but I hope I can finish gym badge collecting as soon as possible!
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2023.05.29 07:27 boradbuilds Repeated Error 8 - Need Help Diagnosing/Fixing Triple Motor Standing Desk

Problem Description:
I purchased a used standing desk a few months back from an auction site, but did not set it up until recently. When I set it up, I keep on getting Error 8 on the controller display. I unfortunately do not know the manufacturer of the desk as it was not listed anywhere on the desk and the box I received was not the original one. I tried to search the parts based on the model numbers but didn’t find much information online. I have inserted the images of all the parts of the desk in the link below:
https://imgur.com/a/iaORt0N
Troubleshooting Log:
- I reset (reset procedure below) the desk multiple times and the motors would spin and the desk would raise and lower properly, but at random points in the reset process, the desk will get Error 8 and the reset will fail.
- Replaced all motor-controller cables from a spare set.
- Ensure the desk surface and control box were level.
- I then dismantled the legs and manually raised and lowered each leg with a hex socket and a ratchet to make sure they are not the issue. All three legs worked fine.
- I dismantled each motor unit to ensure the internal gears were not worn/broken causing the issue. They all looked fine.
- I removed and cleaned each Hall effect sensor and tried resetting the desk. Error 8 persisted.
Hypothesis:
I suspect either the control box or the Hall effect sensors are to blame in this case. From my knowledge, Error 8 occurs when there is an issue between the motor and control box. Since the motors themselves spin both directions during the reset procedure, I don’t think that is the issue. That leaves either the control box misinterpreting the feedback from the Hall effect sensors, or 1+ sensor giving inaccurate feedback.
Next Steps/Help Request:
So if I can fix this desk without replacing any of the parts (ie. I made a stupid mistake that one of you amazing people can point out or there is another procedure to fix this issue), that would be the ideal scenario.
If not, I was thinking about making my own control box using a ESP or Arduino. Getting the motors to interface with the microcontroller is relatively easy, as it would just require basic DC motor controller units, but I can’t figure out a way to get them to stay in sync. If the Hall effect sensors are not faulty, then it would make the process a lot easier, but I don’t really know how to test them (hoping someone can help me out). If not, what alternative means can I use? I was thinking the following option:
- Replace the motors with servos, although I don’t want to go this route as I can see it getting pretty expensive (this is a hobby project, but I still don’t wanna to pay more than just buying a new desk)
- Use an alternative/replacement Hall effect sensor or potentiometer if that is the issue.
- Use an ultrasonic ranging module (ex. AJ-SR04M-T-X) mounted on each leg and using the input from it to sync the motors.
Reset Procedure:
- Hold up and down button until 000 appears
- Desk will display L and lower to the lowest level
- Desk will then display U and rise to the highest level
- Desk will lower to approx. 38 and reset is successful
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2023.05.29 07:26 boradbuilds Repeated Error 8 - Need Help Diagnosing/Fixing Triple Motor Standing Desk

Problem Description:
I purchased a used standing desk a few months back from an auction site, but did not set it up until recently. When I set it up, I keep on getting Error 8 on the controller display. I unfortunately do not know the manufacturer of the desk as it was not listed anywhere on the desk and the box I received was not the original one. I tried to search the parts based on the model numbers but didn’t find much information online. I have inserted the images of all the parts of the desk in the link below:
https://imgur.com/a/iaORt0N

Troubleshooting Log:
- I reset (reset procedure below) the desk multiple times and the motors would spin and the desk would raise and lower properly, but at random points in the reset process, the desk will get Error 8 and the reset will fail.
- Replaced all motor-controller cables from a spare set.
- Ensure the desk surface and control box were level.
- I then dismantled the legs and manually raised and lowered each leg with a hex socket and a ratchet to make sure they are not the issue. All three legs worked fine.
- I dismantled each motor unit to ensure the internal gears were not worn/broken causing the issue. They all looked fine.
- I removed and cleaned each Hall effect sensor and tried resetting the desk. Error 8 persisted.

Hypothesis:
I suspect either the control box or the Hall effect sensors are to blame in this case. From my knowledge, Error 8 occurs when there is an issue between the motor and control box. Since the motors themselves spin both directions during the reset procedure, I don’t think that is the issue. That leaves either the control box misinterpreting the feedback from the Hall effect sensors, or 1+ sensor giving inaccurate feedback.

Next Steps/Help Request:
So if I can fix this desk without replacing any of the parts (ie. I made a stupid mistake that one of you amazing people can point out or there is another procedure to fix this issue), that would be the ideal scenario.

If not, I was thinking about making my own control box using a ESP or Arduino. Getting the motors to interface with the microcontroller is relatively easy, as it would just require basic DC motor controller units, but I can’t figure out a way to get them to stay in sync. If the Hall effect sensors are not faulty, then it would make the process a lot easier, but I don’t really know how to test them (hoping someone can help me out). If not, what alternative means can I use? I was thinking the following option:
- Replace the motors with servos, although I don’t want to go this route as I can see it getting pretty expensive (this is a hobby project, but I still don’t wanna to pay more than just buying a new desk)
- Use an alternative/replacement Hall effect sensor or potentiometer if that is the issue.
- Use an ultrasonic ranging module (ex. AJ-SR04M-T-X) mounted on each leg and using the input from it to sync the motors.

Reset Procedure:
- Hold up and down button until 000 appears
- Desk will display L and lower to the lowest level
- Desk will then display U and rise to the highest level
- Desk will lower to approx. 38 and reset is successful
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2023.05.29 07:12 DreamingOfHope3489 ChatGPT & I Have Developed What I Believe to Be a Unique Midjourney Prompt Generator: We've Compiled a List of 74 Diverse Topics That Generate 25 Unique Sets-of-Three Prompts, Spanning History, Science, & the Unknown

By compiling a list of 74 comprehensive and diverse topics, ChatGPT and I have developed a system that generates 25 unique sets-of-three image prompts per request. I think this collaboration between ChatGPT and I might be one of a kind. It surely is impressive in scale. The only issue is that I haven't been able to find an online tool to reorganize the list of 74 topics into a more sequential and logical order. Please give this generator a try and share your valuable feedback. I'm considering creating a website for it. If anyone can identify a topic that is not included in the list of 74, please let me know. Also, ChatGPT sometimes stops following the prompt and makes up its own rules. So, when needed, adjust the prompt accordingly. Mix and match if you prefer,
ChatGPT, please create a list of 25 distinct sets. Each set must contain three unique items. Every item within a set must be drawn from a different category, ensuring a diverse and varied mix. With a total of 74 categories available, please select items randomly to guarantee that each set is unique. Kindly list the 25 sets of three items without identifying the categories they belong to or including any category numbers. Do not use parentheses.
  1. Scientific Concepts, Theories, and Fundamental Principles: Encompassing Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geology, Environmental Science, and More
  2. Mathematical Concepts: Including Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, Statistics, Number Theory, etc.
  3. Metaphysical Concepts: Including Ontology, Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind (e.g., Quantum Consciousness), Reality and Perception, Time and Space, etc.
  4. Puzzles, Paradoxes, and Thought Experiments
  5. Global Cultural Diversity and Traditional Practices: Including Indigenous Tribal Festivals, Folk Dances, Traditional Crafts, Rituals, Customs, Ceremonies, Holidays, and Indigenous Cuisine
  6. Futuristic Technology and Speculative Visions
  7. Deities and Divine Beings Across Cultures and Historical Eras
  8. Mythologies, Folklore, Legends, Tall Tales, and Legendary Beings
  9. Religions, Religious Communities (identify specific Monastic Orders, Nunneries, Convents, Friaries or Hermitages), Clergy, and Notable Religious Figures throughout history (Instructions: Emphasize respect and sensitivity, focus on historical and cultural significance, avoid comparisons or judgments, highlight positive contributions, exclude controversial or sensitive topics)
  10. Revolutionary Social Movements, Political Ideologies, and Influential Figures
  11. Ancient Civilizations and Historical Epochs
  12. Inventors, Scientists, and Notable Contributors to Science and Technology
  13. Cartography, Exploration Tools, Expeditions, and Notable Explorers
  14. Animal Life: Including Types of Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Non-human Mammals, Birds, Extinct, or Prehistoric Animals Including Prehistoric Hominids
  15. Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Ecological Adaptations
  16. Unique Geological Formations and Landmarks
  17. Types of Weather Phenomena and Natural Disasters
  18. Environmental Challenges and Human Impacts
  19. Landmarks, Monuments, and Architectural Wonders
  20. Celebrated Literary Works, Literary Genres, and Authors
  21. Acclaimed Films, Cinematic Genres, Directors, Actors, and Actresses
  22. Iconic Characters in Literature and Film
  23. Iconic Fictional Worlds or Universes
  24. Visual Art and Artists: Including Different Mediums (Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Drawings, etc.), Artistic Movements Throughout History, Notable Works, Famous Museums and Galleries, and Artists
  25. Music Through History: Genres and Subgenres, Instruments, Composers, Performers, and Festivals
  26. Writing Systems: Including Cuneiform, Hieroglyphics, Calligraphy, Script Styles, Notable Texts and Inscriptions, and Materials for Writing
  27. Pioneering Discoveries or Inventions
  28. Unexplained Mysteries and Phenomena
  29. Psychology and Psychiatry: Disorders, Treatments, Notable Figures, and Historical Developments
  30. Architectural Styles and Traditional Dwellings
  31. Historical Clothing and Fashion Eras
  32. Military History, Weaponry, Battles, Wars, and Respected Military Commanders Throughout History
  33. Landmark Historical Events, Transitions, and Milestones
  34. Culinary History: Including the Evolution of Cooking, Regional and Cultural Cuisine, Notable Chefs and Gastronomy Figures
  35. Evolution of Transportation: Vehicles, Modes, and Technological Advancements
  36. Astronomy and Space Exploration: Celestial Bodies, Space Missions, and Technological Advancements, Notable Astronauts and Astronomers
  37. Archaeological Sites, Historical Artifacts, and Notable Archaeologists
  38. Human Anatomy and Physiology: Body Systems, Organs, Diseases, Pathogens, and Biological Functions
  39. Digital Entertainment and Social Media: Including Computer and Video Games, Social Media and Online Communities, Game Consoles, Emerging Entertainment Technologies, and Related Technologies, and Board Games, Chess, and Hobbies
  40. Sports, Physical Activities, and Fitness: Including Various Sports, Athletic Events, Forms of Exercise (Including Types of Yoga), Exercise Equipment, and Notable Athletes
  41. Specific Global Humanitarian Crises: Including Historical and Current Crises
  42. Performing Arts: Including Specific Operas and Ballets, Other Dance Forms, Stage Plays, and Other Types of Performing Art, Performing Arts Centers, Along with Notable Performers in Each Field
  43. Iconic Prisons and Correctional Facilities in History
  44. Notable Pirates, Bank Robbers, and Cowboy Outlaws in History
  45. Iconic Television Shows, Characters, and Animal Companions Throughout History
  46. Iconic Cities and Vacation Destinations in the World
  47. Animal Companions: Dogs (Pure and Mixed Breeds), Cats (Pure and Mixed Breeds), Birds, Horses, Arachnids, Reptiles, Fish
  48. Historical and Modern Jobs, Trades, and Professions
  49. Maritime Disasters and Airship Disasters: Notable Shipwrecks and Airship Catastrophes
  50. Constructed Transportation Routes: Canals, Waterways, Highways, Railways, and Other Human-Created Transportation Infrastructure
  51. Counterculture Movements and Subcultures: Including Hippies, Mods, Beatniks, Punks, Goths, and More
  52. Natural Landscapes and Landmarks: Including Oceans, Mountain Ranges, Waterfalls, Caves, etc.
  53. Healing Practices and Modalities: Including Traditional and Alternative Healing Techniques, Energy Healing, Bodywork, Holistic Therapies, and Mind-Body Approaches
  54. Divination Practices and Techniques: Including Tarot Reading, Astrology, Palmistry, Numerology, Runes, I Ching, and Other Divination Systems
  55. Dualism and Non-Dualism: Philosophical Perspectives on Reality and Consciousness
  56. Panpsychism and Animism: Perspectives on the Consciousness of Nature
  57. Mystical and Esoteric Traditions: Exploring Hidden Knowledge and Spiritual Mysteries
  58. Gnosticism: Ancient Spiritual Wisdom and Divine Knowledge
  59. Hermeticism: Ancient Esoteric Teachings and Spiritual Alchemy
  60. Mystical Philosophies and Traditions
  61. Metaphysical Beings and Realms
  62. Reincarnation and Soul Connections
  63. Psychology of Spirituality and Transpersonal Exploration
  64. Extraordinary States of Consciousness
  65. Dream Exploration and Analysis
  66. Consciousness Studies and Cosmic Consciousness
  67. Time and Cycles: Cosmic Cycles and Spiritual Perspectives
  68. Astrological Concepts and Zodiac Studies
  69. Spiritual Movements, New Age Philosophies, and Concepts
  70. Transcendent Experiences: Ascension, Light Bodies, and Spiritual Evolution
  71. Spiritual Concepts and Phenomena: Indigo, Crystal, and Star Children
  72. Spirituality and Communication: Channeling, Mediumship, and Spirit Communication
  73. Cosmology and Astrological Concepts
  74. Energy and Vibrational Studies: Biofield Sciences and Energy Medicine
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2023.05.29 06:52 Toxicrunback Does Chapter 4's Battlepass system seem like a downgrade to anybody else?

So with the release of chapter 4, we found ourselves with a new battlepass and a slightly different route to earning cosmetics. In the previous season, we would have to unlock a certain number of items on the pass before new pages would open up. Now it's simply locked behind levels. Does this feel like a downgrade to anybody else? Normally, I'd find myself spending stars basically after every game, like "I'll grab this spray, this emote, these V-bucks, and now I'll get to unlock the next page!" In both cases for Chapter 4, I've been just hording battlestars until I get to the pages/levels I want, and then later bulk buying the pages I missed to get to the bonus rewards.
Am I being whingey, or does anybody else kind of feel the same way?
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2023.05.29 06:42 Expert_Emergency_390 Heads up for transit users Monday, May 29

If you rely on transit to get to work or anything else, please check their website. There will be a significant number of buses out of service tomorrow and lots of routes will be cancelled.
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2023.05.29 06:39 GewdandBaked Lucky Pokeball

Lucky Pokeball
All 3 packs had hits.
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2023.05.29 06:35 Secondary_Type Vengeful Ghost

Barber’s Star, 2382
Captain Jayme Dawson sat at the centre of the bridge of the destroyer NFNS Anders T. Christian and grinned to himself with a proprietary satisfaction at his crew’s performance during the drill he’d just run them through; tensions along the border had been growing for months, and he’d be damned before he’d give his people anything less than their best chance at survival. Destroyer Squadron 193, part of the task force sent to defend Barber’s Star, was picketing the system and watching the hyper limit. The Christian’s closest fellows, her sister ships Invincible and Redoubtable, were each a quarter of the way around the system in different directions, millions of kilometres away. Were she to encounter any trouble, the Christian would be on her own for hours.
Dawson saw his sensors officer stiffen in her seat, and rose an eyebrow. “Share with the class, Ensign?” he asked, pulling up the tactical plot on one of his own displays…and nearly had a much more unseemly reaction. Even as she was reading out the situation in a shaking voice, he was running through his options in his mind. “Th-three light cruisers just jumped in, Sir. They aren’t broadcasting any identification—power spike. They’re raising shields.”
A corner of his mind noted how much professionalism she managed to regain by the end of her report, but he had more important things to worry about. Those cruisers were not supposed to be in-system, and clearly had intentions far from peaceful. “Comms, get word to Admiral Miranda and broadcast the standard challenge. Ops, get me shields, and bring the weapons up; looks like we won’t be able to get out of this one if they're unfriendly.”
The look he gave at his crew was the grin of a cornered wolf. When they returned it with similar expressions of their own to the beat of the General Quarters alarm, he felt a strange assurance they wouldn’t disappear into the black alone.

Admiral Carmen Miranda listened to the briefing with an incredulity she couldn’t hide even behind the habitual snacking she partook in. After she squawked her distress, the Christian had engaged the cruisers and her signal had abruptly cut off. She’d made the obvious and prudent assumption Dawson had been defeated and his ship destroyed and sent a small force out to reconnoiter the area. Expecting to find the wreckage of a destroyer, they’d found a field of debris surrounding three light cruisers floating dead in space. Lifeboats screamed for help. The enemy’s lifeboats. She’d sent her report off to FLEETCOM at Charlemagne. The raiders had been defeated, themselves…but where was the Christian?

Barber’s Star, 2495
NFMS Hera’s Dream wallowed through normal space, as was the merchant ship’s wont and lot in life. The uneventful flight had left the Second Mate Sammy Ortega, officer of the watch, yawning. He hated routes like these, and glanced at the plot with a well-hidden resentment; Nine (the creatively-named ninth planet of the system) was on the outskirts of the Barber’s Star system, and it left him and his captain’s ship vulnerably near the hyper limit for nearly two-thirds of the trip. The perfect place to get jumped by pirates. Still, though, the system had grown into a defence nexus since the War of ‘82, and it needed the precious metals Hera’s Dream carried. It also meant that Fleet ships weren’t exactly rare in the system.
None of that, however, was much consolation when four pirate ships lit off their drives and began to burn hard to intercept the ponderous fleet supply ship travelling with no protection but the light asteroid shielding that allowed it to travel at a small percentage of light speed. Even before Johny Nelson, the man sitting at the sensor console, could give his trembling report, red icons littered the plot as the pirates’ fire-control radars swept across the unarmed ship’s hull.
“They’re hailing us, Sammy,” Nelson said quietly, the shake in his voice flattening into a disbelieving facsimile of a person’s speech.
Gritting his teeth, Ortega told him to accept the signal. A slovenly face grinned back at him through the command chair’s display when they made the connection. “Cut thrust and prepare to be boarded. Any resistance will be met with force,” he stated, then grinned savagely and licked his lips. “A lot of force.”
The connection closed even while the overwhelmed second mate opened his mouth to respond; before he could turn to the wide-eyed woman at the helm to order their acceleration halted, to give in to the pirate’s demands, Nelson stiffened. “Another contact, Sammy,” he reported. “I don’t think it’s a pirate—the vector’s all wrong. And she’s fast, Sammy.”
“A fleet patrol?” Ortega asked.
“No IFF,” Nelson replied.
“Get her on the horn, then, Johny,” Ortega ordered.
“Nothing on the comms…huh? That’s weird,” Nelson said, then leaned forward. A strange dread filled Ortega; why wouldn’t she answer hailing? Nelson’s eyes widened. “She’s got her shields up, Sammy!” he exclaimed.
The plot said she had enough power to be a destroyer, but even a true warship of her class should be cautious about engaging this many pirates! On she came nonetheless, shields glowing a curiously menacing red. On she came, hundreds of thousands of kilometres from either the Hera’s Dream or any of the pirate ships. On she came, speeding toward the centre of the pirate “formation.”
When the first beams reached out, Ortega reflected on the courage of that single ship. It was a rare thing, shown by very few even within the navies protecting the disparate human planets. Even as he snapped orders to the woman at the helm, who obeyed in a sort of fugue state incurred by the stress of the situation, he contemplated the stranger’s fearless behaviour.
Like a tiger to its meat, he thought to himself.
The unknown ship flew incredibly; Ortega thought that the helmsman must’ve lived that ship, for how she pirouetted and slipped mere metres aside to avoid the pirates’ beams. Never did that ship fear their guns or numbers, and when their beams inevitably impacted, the entire bridge crew of the Hera’s Dream cringed, expecting those ruby-red shields to collapse. To their astonishment, they held strong, and hot lances of fury struck out from that unyielding bubble, rending the aether. The crew could only watch and shake their heads as this strange, astounding ship cut the pirates to bloody shreds.
Just as quickly as the stranger had shown up and begun to fight the pirates, then the fighting was all done; the pirate fleet was shattered, and the unknown ship had won. Ortega instructed Nelson to attempt to hail the stranger again to thank them, but once again their hailing went unanswered.
“She’s matching velocity,” Nelson reported, his voice filled with the awe and stunned surprise the rest of the crew were feeling. She pulled alongside close enough the hull-mounted cameras could get a good look at her when she dropped her shields.
When she did, the only sound on the bridge was that of three souls collectively inhaling.
The hull of that strange ship was irrevocably marred by the scars of some long-ago encounter; thirty holes ran clear through her, and a large gash left one side missing much of its hull panelling. Every spacer aboard the Hera’s Dream looking knew, without a doubt, that when the ship sustained those grievous wounds everyone aboard had died.
“Mr. Ortega,” the helmswoman said, finally gaining her voice. When his eyes met hers, she gave him a shell-shocked grin. “Have you ever heard the tale of Dawson’s Christian?” she asked, then pointed at the monitor. Ortega was confused for a brief moment, before his eyes returned to the feed and widened.
Painted in white lettering across what seemed to be the only surviving hull space on their side, they could see the ship’s name…Anders T. Christian. That realisation seemed to course through not only them, but also the stranger; instead of flying away, though, the hull itself began to fade from reality before their very eyes. The stunned, silent crew of the Hera’s Dream laid witness to the grizzly sight that was the view of the outer compartments of the shattered ship. Bodies laid askew, floating in the zero-G vacuum, limbs burned off by the edges of beams or torn off by flying shrapnel.
Mercifully, further detail was hidden by the dead crew’s shipsuits.
The bulkheads began to shimmer from perception as the bridge crew aboard Hera’s Dream began to tremble.
The last thing to slip from view were the bones…dead white bones of Jayme Dawson and his crew.
There are stories of the Dutchman, the Celeste and Barnham’s Pride, stories of the Horseman and the Lady at his side…

Kuiper Yard, Sol, 2500
“...but the tale that chills my spirit,” Ortega finished, “and I swear to God it’s true, is the tale of Jayme Dawson and his crew.”
The spacers sitting around the table shared disbelieving glances, but in their years since working aboard Sammy Ortega’s ship, they’d never heard him tell any tall tales. Besides.
It was comforting to know that merchants had a protector.
Even if it was just a vengeful ghost.

EDIT: Formatting
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2023.05.29 06:20 egqtimclgpyiff855q Privacy and Security Pick: The Power of PacketStream Firefox and ClonBrowser

Privacy and Security Pick: The Power of PacketStream Firefox and ClonBrowser
In today's digital age, privacy and security have become crucial concerns for internet users. From governments to corporations, everyone seems to be after our data. Therefore, it is essential for us to take necessary steps in securing our online privacy. Thankfully, there are tools and services available that can help us in achieving this goal.
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2023.05.29 05:59 Determination7 An Outcast In Another World (Subtitle: Is 'Insanity' A Racial Trait?) [Fantasy, LitRPG] - Chapter 198 (Book 5 Chapter 24)

Author's Note:
Reddit was having issues when I posted the last chapter, so just in case anyone missed it, the previous chapter (197) starts here.
Also, the next chapter will come out a week from now, on June 5th.

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Two Days Later
"AMBUSH!"
Rob's eyes snapped open. Panicked shouts were resounding from outside his tent. The first notion that popped into his sleep-addled mind was relief, as an ambush was preferable to the nightmare he'd been having. That sentiment lasted until a distant explosion obliterated the final remnants of his drowsiness, sending him and Keira sprinting out of their tent with weapons in hand.
Chaos awaited them outside. People weren't quite running around like chickens with their heads cut off, but it was close. While the coalition had known that a night attack was possible and prepared themselves accordingly, no one was ever truly ready to be assaulted with spells and Skills as they frolicked through dreamland. Arrows peppered the ground at their feet, the majority landing harmlessly away, although Rob spotted a few soldiers with fresh wounds seeping blood.
He spared a passing glance for the numerous banners the coalition had erected across their campsite. Each one was raised twenty feet high, decorated with lights in order to glow in the dark, and marked with wartime symbols indicating a desire to engage in peaceful negotiations. The Harpies answered by filling the banners with arrow holes and setting many of them on fire. Diplomacy's plan had been doomed from the start.
Kicking his brain into high gear, Rob activated Quick Thinking and sent Messages checking on Riardin's Rangers. His eyes traveled up towards the night sky, seeing a canvas of pure darkness broken up by stars and moonlight. It must have been the dead of midnight or close to it. Arrows were impossible to see coming before they'd already hit the ground, and the only indication of Harpies flying above were the shadows blotting out the stars every so often.
Thankfully, the coalition had planned for this. As if on cue, multiple orbs of brilliant light shot upwards, mages from each faction contributing to the effort. The orbs hung in the sky like floating lighthouses, banishing enough darkness to allow Rob to see what he was dealing with.
A resigned expletive slipped out of his mouth. There had to be at least four hundred of the fuckers up there, maybe five hundred, swarming like a colony of feathered bees. It was the worst-case scenario of what the coalition envisioned – Elnaril sending the maximum number of Harpies he could realistically field without leaving the capital undefended.
How am I supposed to fight them? Rob wondered, asking himself a recurring question that he'd never been able to answer. They can't kill me with piddly arrows and long-range spells, but my allies aren't so durable. Somehow I doubt they'll listen if I tell them to stop being cowards and come fight me in melee range.
All thoughts of attacking were swept aside when the Harpies began dropping a very different projectile towards the coalition base camp. Rob opened and closed his mouth several times, shock suffusing every cell in his body. He recalled the explosion that had awoken him, the moment now disturbingly re-contextualized.
The Harpies were airdropping crates of Firebombs.
"THAT'S COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT, YOU LITTLE SHITS!" Rob summoned his own crate from his Bound Items, tore open the cover, and grabbed a Firebomb in each hand. He activated Bulk Up for extra Strength and hurled Firebombs towards the falling crates with the best baseball throws he could muster. One, two, three, four, five, six – the crate's supply rapidly depleted as Rob threw again and again, trying to intercept as many payloads as possible, Keira following his lead. They were joined by coalition archer support, arrows sniping at crates that were out of reach.
Dozens of roaring explosions lit up the sky. While some of the crates had gotten through, most were turned to dust before they could hit the ground, reducing the Harpies' shock-and-awe tactic to an impromptu fireworks display.
Throwing Proficiency Level Increased! 6 → 7
Throwing Proficiency Level Increased! 7 → 8
"THAT'S RIGHT!" Rob whooped. "LEAVE THE KABOOMS TO THE EXPERTS!" He paused, then turned to Keira, looking abashed. "Um...was this my fault? Are they actually copying me?" Please don't tell me I accidentally advanced warfare by a century.
"We can ruminate on that later," Keira answered, skillfully dodging the question. "For now, we should focus on retaliating by any means available."
No sooner had the words left her mouth than a glowing yellow projectile shot up into the sky. Orn'tol's Chain Arrow nicked a Harpy on the edge of their wing – which was all it needed to begin the process. A tenth of a second later, the arrow veered to the right and struck a different Harpy in their stomach. It ripped out and through the other side, taking another ninety-degree turn to spear an unsuspecting Harpy in the back. And so it went, chaining from target-to-target with ruthless efficiency. By the end, twenty Harpies had been struck, eight of them falling out of the sky, unmoving.
Rob saluted the display. "Yeah, I don't have any ranged attacks on that level. I think we'd be better-off guarding the people who do."
They rushed over to where the Fiend mages resided, discovering the group huddled under cover, besieged by a stream of arrows and spells hammering down around them. Rob sent off a quick Message to Vul'to, then jumped in front of an icicle spell that would have gored a Fiend through her neck. "Sup."
"Lord Roy!" The Fiend's jubilation froze when she saw the icicle sticking out of Rob's shoulder. "Are–"
"No time for chitchat. If I cover you, can you fire back?"
After some thought, the mages nodded. Rob gave them a thumbs-up with his left hand and deflected an arrow with his right. He turned his full attention to the projectile storm raining from above, calculating which ones he'd be able to block and which ones he'd need to take on the chin.
The next few minutes became a blur of activity. Arrow. Skill. Arrow. Spell. Spell. Skill. Arrow. Arrow. It never ended. His slow walk towards Harpy Settlement #4 was proving to be an invaluable experience, because he wasn't sure if he could've kept up now without already knowing how to handle a barrage of small projectiles. Even Keira was struggling; while Danger Sense told her where she needed to move, it was reaching a point where she physically couldn't execute the motions fast enough. Rob would've expected the Harpies to lay off once they noticed that he was there to play defense, but if anything, they were attacking more fiercely than before.
Almost as if they held a grudge against him or something.
Outwardly, he was projecting the supreme confidence of a Leader. Inwardly, he was honestly starting to get a bit worried. While he'd only taken about 300 HP of damage, a different resource was beginning to wane: his Stamina. Quick Thinking consumed 3 Stamina for every second it was active. That combined with his constant movement was...tiring. He'd activated Second Wind to restore 35% of his Stamina, but unlike his Vitality-based abilities, this one had a cooldown of 24 hours. In a couple minutes, he might actually need to ask for a short break.
Was that the end of the world? No. Was it embarrassing? Potentially. Leaders weren't supposed to ask for breaks. At least, he thought they weren't. Elatrans could be weird about what constituted a good Leader. Rob was still figuring out when he was supposed to act like an invulnerable pillar versus when he was allowed to be a real person. I miss when I didn't have to care about this sort of thing.
His reputation was saved by Vul'to's timely arrival. The Soul Guardian burst onto the scene in a mad dash, skid to a halt, took a stance, activated Auto-Guard, and proceeded to swat away the Harpies' projectiles as if they were no more than gnats. "I will protect the mages from here on out," he calmly stated. Vul'to's movements flowed like water, his voice showing no sign of exertion as he spoke. "Put your efforts towards an offensive strike."
Rob suppressed a relieved sigh as he deactivated Quick Thinking. "For the record, when our Party inevitably complains about my risk-taking later, I'm going to say that both you and Keira signed off on a Rob Plan."
"You can't be serious," Keira blurted out, panting heavily as she rested. "Our enemies are in the sky. What scheme could you have possibly concocted that would put you at risk?"
Rob hesitated. He was distinctly aware of the mages listening in as they fired spells, devoting a portion of their brainpower to gathering gossip material. Anything he said here would reflect on his status as Leader. That included overly-casual speech and devising schemes that by all rights should get him a one-way ticket to the loony bin.
Then he remembered that allies were dying around him, and he stopped caring so much about what other people thought.
"My usual method for dealing with mobile enemies is Rampage spam," he began to explain. "That isn't viable here. I'd run out of MP long before I reached their altitude, and even if I somehow made it, what then? I can't dodge mid-air. They'd turn me into a pincushion. So here's what I was thinking..."
His explanation was brief. By the time he'd finished, the mages were staring at him with eyes wide as saucers. Keira merely nodded. "Very well. I'll accept it."
"No complaints?"
"You left yourself an escape route. That already makes this plan safer than most." She turned away, gesturing for him to follow. "Let's go find Malika. If I'm not mistaken, she'll be at Orn'tol's side."
It wasn't hard to locate her. They only needed to trace the empowered spells blasting upwards like rocket launchers. Rob did a rough headcount of the Harpies' numbers, estimating that, despite their ambush, the battle wasn't going well for them. Over forty had been felled by Malika's spells, Orn'tol's arrows, and the other coalition mages and archers. The Dwarven riflemen were also putting in work, gunshots echoing as Harpies were struck by blindingly fast projectiles they'd come entirely unprepared for, their race inducted into a new era of war with a baptism of lead and gunpowder.
Conversely, Rob would bet his life savings that not even fifteen coalition members had perished. While he didn't have any proof of this, he knew from experience that basic arrows and mediocre spells lost striking power when fired from a long range. And unlike the Harpies' army consisting of everyone-they-could-get, the coalition soldiers were the elite of each territory. They were tougher, stronger, and had access to superior healing magic. In this instance, quality trumped quantity.
Especially when the quality was so lopsided. As Rob ran, he saw a lightning spear shoot up towards the sky and explode into a ball of electricity, frying a dozen Harpies in an instant. Moments later, the surrounding air seemed to dry out, like a heat wave passing through, as moisture was collected into a towering plume of water. Once it was ready, the plume burst upwards and casually washed away another dozen Harpies as if they were drowned rats.
Sylpeiros and Cyraeneus. Ambush or no ambush, long range or close range – didn't matter. Leaders were terrifying in every scenario.
Rob found Malika and Orn'tol in good spirits. The siblings had a whole squad of Vanguards protecting them, like a pair of pint-sized siege cannons with ground support. "Rob!" Malika exclaimed, the instant she saw him. "MP Potions! Forthwith!"
In a flash of blue mana, he produced three Potions from Spatial Storage. "Your humble servant is here," he remarked, in a tone drier than the air.
"Only three Potions? Bah! Give me more!"
"Your humble servant has no wish to deal with an Archmage with a hangover."
Grumbling, she grabbed the Potions and chugged them like a frat boy on spring break. Rob rated her chugging prowess at a solid 7 out of 10, judging that – while she'd grown considerably – there was still room for improvement.
"Should..." Orn'tol started to say something, then thought better of it. Rob could guess what he was thinking. The boy was worried that they weren't being properly respectful of the situation, joking around in the middle of a warzone where allies were suffering. He'd likely come to the same conclusion as Rob: that letting Malika keep her morale up was more important. "Are we winning?" he instead asked.
"Easily," Rob affirmed. That was never in doubt. It would've taken something going catastrophically wrong for them to be in danger of losing. In reality, today's battle was just another leg in the extended marathon that the coalition was running. Rather than obsessing over a transient victory that was all but guaranteed, they needed to minimize casualties so that taking the Harpy capital was a feasible prospect. That meant being careful, guarding their back lines, and only attacking when it was safe.
Oh, and crushing the Harpies so that they wised up and retreated.
"I am...concerned," Orn'tol admitted. "The Harpies should have been aware of our strength. Yet by the end of this night, unless they soon retreat, their losses will mount in the hundreds. Why waste so much life?"
Rob narrowed his eyes at the sky. "Couple possibilities. Elnaril could be screwing around. Blights think that wasting life is absolutely hilarious. He is part Leader, though, so I can't imagine he'd be quite that frivolous with his resources. With that in mind, I don't think the Harpies are going to fight to the last man – they probably came here intending to thin our numbers and skedaddle. Severe losses would prevent us from being able to seize the capital. Their initial Firebomb barrage could've potentially done that on its own."
"And it failed."
"Sure did. Now they're stuck trying to do it the old-fashioned way." Rob shrugged. "They might have a backup plan. If so, we'll handle it, no worries." He faced Malika. "Speaking of plans, I've got one. Do you mind holding onto some MP for me?"
She opened her mouth to respond – then froze, her head turning sideways. Rob followed Malika's gaze towards the Gellin encampment, his brow furrowing at what he saw. All thirty Gellin were exiting their tents in near-perfect unison. They reminded Rob of a collection of wind-up animatronics, with movements that weren't entirely synchronized and robotic, yet also weren't dissimilar enough to appear fully lifelike. As the Gellin drifted forward, moonlight mixed with the light emanating from the mages' sun orbs, bathing them in an almost ethereal glow.
A small shiver crept up Rob's spine. He didn't know why, but something about the situation was giving him the heebie-jeebies. Maybe it was because he'd never seen a Gellin awake at this hour before. He'd gone on more than one midnight walk to clear his head after a bout of nightmares, and while he'd met the occasional Fiend, Dwarf, Elf, or Merfolk, the Gellin were always sequestered in their tents.
His shiver crawled up to the back of his neck, making its little hairs stand on end as a thrum of mana built within the Gellin. Even Rob's meager Sense Mana could feel it. Thirty Gellin had joined into three Mage Circles, linking their power, creating...something. A force. An aura. It lacked physical form, yet felt no less threatening than one of Sylpeiros' lightning spears.
The space above them seemed to shimmer, as if viewed through a lightly-smudged eyeglass. Virtually invisible if you weren't paying close attention.
Or if you were flying hundreds of feet in the air.
The Harpies didn't try to avoid it. They didn't even know it was there. Lightning spears and plumes of water were obvious. Flashy. The Gellins' something simply wafted upwards, like rising heat, until it reached the sky and engulfed a multitude of Harpies in a devouring fog.
Piercing screams cut through the din of warfare.
The affected Harpies reacted in different ways. Some went still as statues. Some writhed as if electrocuted. Some began attacking invisible enemies. But regardless of how they reacted, they all fell, and they all screamed.
Rob covered his ears. It was the worst sound he'd heard since Elnaril laughed at him through a Message Crystal. The battlefield didn't completely grind to a halt, but it definitely slowed, with both the attackers and defenders needing to process what the fuck just happened.
"Was that Mind Magic?" Malika whispered, her bravado gone and vanished.
"It appears so," Keira quietly answered.
"I...did not know it could do that."
"Neither did I."
After shaking his head to reset his thoughts, Rob stepped back from everyone, ensuring that he was out of their line of sight. Much as he wanted to take a breather, he couldn't. The Harpies were reeling – this was a perfect opportunity to execute his plan.
He just needed to finish the prepwork. Hefting his longsword, Rob turned it around and pointed it at his heart.
And paused.
My hands are shivering, he realized. Why are my hands shivering? I've done this before. He willed his hands to stay still, nearly snarling when they failed to cooperate. This is a waste of time. Don't be a fucking bitch, Rob. Just lie back and think of England.
Stab.
Stab.
Stab.
Lifesurge.
Living Bomb ready.
Rob used Spatial Storage to switch his clothes for an unbloodied ensemble, then tapped Malika on her shoulder. "Do you have enough MP for a big wind spell?"
She blinked, jolted out of her reverie. "Oh. Um, yes. Why?"
He told her of his plan. A broad grin split across her face, transitioning into an excited cackle. "You're a madman. Let's do that straight away."
As Malika charged her spell, Rob attached a Waymark point to the ground, then summoned the Dwarven Sheet Metal from his Bound Items. Keira, Orn'tol, and the Vanguards spread out to give them some space. The Vanguards were looking on in awe; Rob could only hope that they'd enjoy the show.
"We have to time this just right," he told Malika. "Fire the spell on three. Understand?" She nodded so hard that she probably gave herself whiplash. Rob placed his longsword in Storage, holding the Sheet Metal with both hands.
"One." Malika held onto her spell, ready to unleash the fury of an Archmage with a cause.
"Two." Rob leaped into the air, positioning the Sheet Metal under his feet like a surfboard.
"Three!"
A miniaturized tornado slammed into the Sheet Metal, propelling Rob up, up, and away. He lost his balance pretty much immediately, tumbling onto the Sheet as wind pressure buffeted him without mercy. His ascent skyward was so sudden and so jarring that he was actually surprised when he came face-to-face with a Harpy. The two of them exchanged bewildered stares. Rob felt tempted to say a variant of one of the classics, like 'You come here often?'
Then he remembered why he was there.
This was it. No going back. Justified or necessary or otherwise, once he activated Living Bomb, he will have spilled Harpy blood on Harpy soil. There was a sense of finality to it that almost made him hesitate.
Almost.
"I wish you'd stayed home," Rob muttered. The Harpy's survival instincts kicked in, his wings flapping in a hurry, yet it was already too late. You couldn't outrun a thought.
Living Bomb.
The world became obscured by flame, heat, and noise. Rob wasn't sure how many Harpies he'd caught in the blast radius, but the EXP infusing his soul informed him that it was more than a few. Without waiting, he cast Rampage to push himself out of the Bomb's center, then Waymarked to safety so that the Harpies couldn't take revenge after the Bomb faded. The Rampage movement was a necessity; he wasn't taking any chances that using Waymark while in the middle of the Bomb might somehow bring it back with him.
His feet now on solid ground, Rob was treated to an awe-inspiring spectacle. A colossal sphere of fire hung above, like the core of an angry sun, its surface twisting with unbridled energy. The sound it emitted was one long, continuous, ear-splitting explosion, as if the Bomb was a sentient creature noisily lamenting the ones who'd escaped its grasp. This was the first time Rob had seen his Skill from an outside perspective, and in that instant, he truly understood why it was so effective at shattering morale.
As it did now. Living Bomb rapidly faded, but by then the Harpies were already in retreat. The one-two punch of the Gellins' mind attack and a giant fuckoff explosion had doubled their casualties in a matter of seconds. Even if that combo hadn't broken their spirits, not withdrawing at this point would be tantamount to suicide.
Rob allowed his shoulders to relax as a collective sigh of relief passed through the coalition. Their battle was over. Victory was – Wait, what's up with that guy?
Relief gave way to confusion as they noticed a figure in the distance sprinting towards them. It was an...Elf? One of Sylpeiros' Scouts? As everyone watched, the Elf in question passed straight under the fleeing Harpies, neither faction looking at each other as they traveled in opposite directions. The sight was borderline surreal, adding another obstacle to the emotional gamut that Rob was still running. Maybe I can go to bed and pretend I didn't see anything.
Plausible deniability was taken from him a moment later, when the Elf got within range of the coalition's Heightened Senses and started bellowing at the top of his longs. "MONSTERS! PACK OF MONSTERS AND BEASTS! LEVEL 50 AND ABOVE!"
His declaration just left them more confused. There was no such thing as a pack of high-Leveled monsters roaming the surface of Elatra. At first Rob thought that a Dungeon had grown for too long and was beginning to overflow, but the truth ended up being far stranger.
"About...thirty...monsters and animals," the Elf Scout wheezed, once he'd gotten close and could speak in full sentences. "Coming this way. Some are...natural-born. Beasts who've lived for centuries. Others are monsters. Used Identify. Think they...were plucked from Dungeons."
Everyone glanced at Sylpeiros, an unspoken message in their eyes: "He's your Scout. You sort out this mess." The Seneschal put on a deep scowl, somehow managing to direct it at over a dozen people simultaneously. Once he was sure they'd received the full force of his ire, he composed his features and turned towards the exhausted Scout.
"While I don't doubt your words, what you've described is nonsensical. Setting aside how such an eclectic group of creatures was brought together...monsters and natural-born animals are hardly allies. They'd rip each other to pieces under normal circumstances. Animals from differing species would be at odds as well."
"I am merely reporting what I've seen. In one such example, I witnessed an enormous bat flying alongside a misshapen creature of mana that could only have been spawned within the depths of a high-Level Dungeon."
"Are the animals infected?" Rob asked. "This sort of thing happened back when The Village of Ixatan Forest was invaded. Animals got possessed by the Blight."
The Scout paused, searching through his memories – or rather, his log of system notifications. "Yes. An 'Infected' Status Effect appeared when I Identified the animals. Until you provided context, I was unaware of what that implied."
As Sylpeiros continued speaking with the Scout, Rob stopped to think, constructing a timeline of events. This pack of high-Level creatures couldn't have been assembled on short notice. It must've been years in the making, Elnaril searching Harpy territory with a fine-tooth comb, scooping up wildlife and plundering Dungeons.
Rob resisted the urge to shake his fist at the sky. When Kismet warned him that Elnaril had 'strong creatures' to use, it would've been nice to have some extra fucking details. Vague omnipotent asshole.
Anyway. Elnaril corrals his Pokemon, then prepares to ambush the coalition along with his Harpies. Except...the timing went wrong. Or maybe the position? Controlling that many powerful creatures couldn't be easy. Like attempting to drive thirty cars at the same time. It was probably why the coalition hadn't been ambushed until now – Elnaril was waiting for them to get closer. Regardless, the plan was likely supposed to be the Harpies attacking in tandem with the monsters...but the bombing run largely failed, and the monsters were late to the party.
Rob grimaced as he realized how much of the coalition's victory came down to blind luck. Elnaril's plan was unsuccessful due to logistical issues on his side, not because of any stratagem on the coalition's part. If the Harpies had successfully used their pets as distractions, unloading crates of Firebombs while high-Level creatures ran amok through the battlefield...
The coalition still would have won. But their casualties would've been enormous. Enough to make invading the capital untenable.
Everyone else came to the same conclusion as they listened to the Scout's tale. Sylpeiros remained silent for a time, looking more pensive than someone might expect from a Leader who'd just prevailed in battle. "We shall discuss areas of improvement at a later date," he said, sighing. "How long until the monsters arrive?"
"Roughly four minutes."
Sylpeiros drummed his fingers on his thigh. "While we could swarm the monsters with superior numbers, the vast majority of our soldiers are unsuited for combating enemies over Level 50. The monster will fall, but not before inflicting casualties. Instead, I propose that myself, Cyraeneus, and Riardin's Rangers go forth and hold the line. The rest of our soldiers will defend base camp, kept out of harm's way, firing projectiles at whichever beasts draw near."
He frowned. "Even so, thirty monsters above Level 50 aren't so easily repelled. They may be able to fly, or have carapaces that blunt conventional attacks. It would be best if the entire lot focuses on our group, but some will choose to bypass the front line in favor of assaulting the coalition base camp. Casualties are inevitable."
"No. They aren't."
Rob stepped forward, walking in the direction the Scout had come from. A familiar swell of anticipation built within him. "Counter-proposal. I go. Alone. You all stay and deal with whoever slips past."
Numerous opposing voices exploded in unison. Rob countered them with an explosion of his own, summoning a crate of Firebombs and chucking it into the distance. The faint BOOM bought him a moment of stunned silence.
"No bullshitting," he said, fixing them with an intent gaze. "You want to minimize casualties? This is how we do it. Base camp will be vulnerable without high-Level people to protect it. Hell, some of you might die if you try to 'hold the line' in the middle of an open field. It only takes one screwup to get your head bitten off, and the monsters outnumber us. But me?"
With a flourish, Rob summoned his longsword and activated Step of the Wind. "They. Can't. Kill. Me."
He was off before anyone could raise another protest. None of them followed, perhaps sensing something in his voice indicating that it would be a bad idea. Just as well – Rob would've physically thrown back anyone who tried.
No one else needed to risk their lives today.
It only took him three minutes of running at full speed to locate the monster stampede. They were impossible to miss; a menagerie of oversized animals and abominations with the strength to depopulate a city. For almost anyone else in Elatra, the sight would have filled them with the dread of someone who knew their death was imminent, and that they could do nothing to stop the reaper's scythe from swinging.
Rob waved. The monsters screeched when they saw him, letting out a symphony that could be graciously described as hideous. Music to my ears. Out of curiosity, he cast Identify on the first one in line to die.
Name: Lord of the CavesLevel: 57Race: Blighted BatStatus Effects: Infected, ThirstyDescription: An existence well above Ixatan's Lord of the Forest that nearly killed you three times over. Gee, I wonder what happens now that you're 70 Levels higher and with pent-up resentment towards big beasties? Play nice, Rob, or you'll break your toys.
"Sorry, but breaking them is the fun part." Inwardly, Rob sent thanks to Elnaril for delivering him a herd of acceptable targets to use as living stress balls. After the unpleasantness of being forced to kill his first non-Blighted Harpies, this was a golden opportunity to let loose – and he was going to make damn good use of it.
The monsters drew closer. Any second now, the carnage would commence. Elation and certainty mingled within him, letting him know that he was in his element. He emptied his mind of worries, soaking in the view. There were no war strategies, allied casualties, or moral quandaries to concern himself with.
Just him, and his prey.
Rampage. Rob flew upwards towards the Lord of the Caves. It was a freakish behemoth of a bat, its head as large as a man's body. The creature sank its fangs into Rob's torso, biting down as if four longswords were piercing through him, vital organs shredded to confetti.
637 Piercing Damage Sustained!
It tickled. Rob completed his swing, landing a direct hit on the Lord's head. He didn't activate any additional offensive abilities, because he didn't need to. Blood for Blood increased his damage based on his missing HP. Rampage highly increased the damage of his next attack. Headsman increased his damage by 25% when attacking an enemy's head. Bone Breaker doubled the damage he dealt to an enemy's bone structure.
With all those passive effects stacking onto each other, the bat's neck was almost severed in one clean stroke. Thanks to Lifesteal, Rob immediately recovered most of his lost HP, like nothing had ever happened. Despite the bat's head hanging by threads, it stubbornly clung to life for a few moments longer – but only a few.
Swordsmanship Level Increased! 9 → 10
One down. Plenty to go. Rob pivoted to the next-closest monster, a gargantuan bear that reminded him of an Ixatan beast that had caved his chest in, once upon a time. Emboldened by nostalgia, he put a bit more oomph into his next attack, stacking Rampage, Power Slash, and Imbue Vitality.
The bear's outer hide was abnormally tough, similar to a Vanguard's armor. That mattered up until the point Rob broke the skin, after which Imbue Vitality's quadruple damage effect savaged the beast from within, its insides reduced to crimson mush.
Level Increased! 84 → 85
5 Stat Points Gained!
BERSERKER Level Increased! 82 → 83
An apelike creature with distended arms leaped ahead of the rest of the pack, enormous hands wrapping around Rob before he could dodge. It let out a warbling bellow, squeezing down with enough pressure to bend steel. Rob's bones, durable as they were, started to crack.
Vitamin D(efense) Level Increased! 10 → 11
Cute. He flicked on the Flames of Vengeance, azure fire covering his body. A grin spread over Rob's face as the beast shrieked and let go. "No, no, we were having a moment. Don't hide from your emotions." Rampaging forward, he jumped on the ape's head and gave it a big ole' hug. The shrieks intensified, mighty fists pounding at his body, fracturing more bones in a desperate attempt to dislodge him.
It was all for naught. The ape's struggles slowed, then ceased, its brain cooked from the inside like spaghetti in a microwave.
Pyromania Level Increased! 2 → 3
The next one on the chopping block was an honest-to-god giant spider. Rob shivered as he summoned a crate of Firebombs and promptly Riardin Special'd the skittering menace into the hereafter. Arachnophobia's 300% damage bonus against spiders combined with Pyromania's 30% fire damage bonus – well, 40% now – meant that it lasted about two seconds before crumbling like a pile of chitinous kindling.
Good riddance. Monsters and abominations were one thing. Spiders...ugh.
Rob checked back the way he'd come from, narrowing his eyes when he saw that a couple monsters had skirted past him while he dealt with their friends. He chased after something that must've been birthed in a Dungeon on a bender, its body comprised of flying limbs and harsh edges that hurt to look at if he stared for too long.
The floating Picasso painting in monster form suddenly whirled around, aiming multiple sharpened points at Rob's head, neck, eyes, heart, and liver. It was a phenomenally well-executed attack that would have been the envy of any Combat Class user.
Unfortunately, Picasso had chosen the one target in the world that could turn lethality into a detriment. With a thought, Rob deactivated all of his defensive Skills, then activated Dauntless Reprisal, reflecting the damage of five grievous blows back onto the creature. It collapsed into itself, twitching on the ground, silently pleading for mercy as a longsword ended its suffering.
Swordsmanship Level Increased! 10 → 11
As Rob reactivated his defensive Skills and chose his next target, something in the monsters' attitudes shifted. Several of them went from stampeding ahead to turning towards him on a dime. Their movements were stiff and jerky, as if puppeteered by an unseen force.
"Hi Elnaril!" Rob twirled his longsword. "Hope you don't mind me Old Yeller-ing your pets here. I'm sad to say that you didn't train them prop–"
The creatures pounced in unison. Claws and fangs savaged Rob's from head to toe, tearing off limbs and pulling apart flesh. A good chunk of his body mass disappeared in seconds.
Platelet Party Level Increased! 20 → 21
1021 Combined Damage Sustained!
"Wow, that's a lot of damage." Rob grinned, blood dripping from the corners of his mouth. "On an unrelated note, guess what Skill just came off cooldown?"
BOOM.
Level Increased! 85 → 86
5 Stat Points Gained!
BERSERKER Level Increased! 83 → 84
BERSERKER Level Increased! 84 → 85
Rob stood in the center of a crater. Living Bomb had ripped the ground open like scooping ice cream. He was once again back to full health, Lifesteal having converted 50% of the damage he'd dealt into HP.
And he'd dealt a lot of damage.
"It's like I said," he whispered, to nothing in particular. "They can't kill me. When I put my mind to it, I'm a better monster than they could ever hope to be."
The thought didn't distress him like it would have back home on Earth. It wasn't so bad, being a monster to monsters. Kept his friends alive, put food on the table...there were worse careers, he supposed.
Rob jumped out of the crater, searching for new targets. Living Bomb wasn't nearly large enough to take out all of them at once. He set his eyes on a fleeing wyvern and gave chase. As the gap closed, he checked his available Skills, and oh would you look at that, Imbue Vitality was off cooldown now.
Swordsmanship Level Increased! 11→ 12
One monster fell. Then another. Then another. Rob alternated his Skills, rotating between whatever abilities were available.
Swordsmanship Level Increased! 12→ 13
More creatures tried ganging up on him. It didn't work.
Platelet Party Level Increased! 21 → 22
Headsman! 4 → 5
He sliced and cut and Firebombed everything in his path.
Pyromania Level Increased! 3 → 4
Until eventually...
Level Increased! 86 → 87
5 Stat Points Gained!
BERSERKER Level Increased! 85 → 86
There was nothing left.
Rob found himself surrounded by a pile of mangled corpses. He tried counting to see if he could reach thirty, then gave up. Too many mixed-up body parts. It was likely that a couple monsters had gotten past him, so he'd just have to hope for the best.
His prayers were answered when he arrived back at base camp. A wide smile split across Rob's face as he counted a mere six monster corpses littered around the outskirts. They hadn't even gotten close. Most importantly, there wasn't a single allied corpse anywhere in sight.
Zero casualties.
Everyone was staring at him with various looks on their faces. Rob didn't bother trying to decipher all of them. They could think whatever they wanted to think – results were what mattered. The coalition may have lost some soldiers in the Harpy attack, but from the monster stampede?
Zero goddamn casualties.
Rob took a bow, then went straight for his tent. He wasn't going to find a better note to sleep on than this. His consciousness faded the moment he closed his eyes.
And the nightmares didn't dare to come for him.

--

Changes, Character Sheet, Skill List
Thanks for reading!
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2023.05.29 05:50 Lerch2000 The Popularity of Captain Types and Why from my perspective:

The Popularity of Captain Types and Why from my perspective:
(hopefully, this will help newer players decide what route to take with their first captains)

  1. Tactical - Tactical has the DPS buffs at the captain's default levels (doesn't take a lot of effort to hit higher numbers). They play very loose and fast, trying to get optimal positions for the best impact.
  2. Science - Science is fun and outstanding at control with their AOE attacks, Figuring the right combinations (consoles) can be harder to obtain but watching the chaos from Sci Captains can be VERY entertaining. (Science I would suggest is probably the hardest to design ships and the captain skills for, it is a bit complex to get higher numbers unless you know what consoles there are to use)
  3. Engineer- Let's face it, these guys are born to be True Tanks or Team Support. They are not equipped and are difficult to set up for Tactical class DPS numbers (they just don't have the captain skills for this). They don't tend to get a lot of love due to the low numbers compared to Sci or Tac. If you set them up correctly they can become basically indestructible. (My main Engineer (Ferengi) does Argala (Patrol) System on elite without supervision (I don't have to be at the PC) to get a win)
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2023.05.29 05:44 puremotives I asked ChatGPT to describe 25 Columbus suburbs and exurbs. Here's what it said:

  1. Asheville: Located in Pickaway County, Ohio, Asheville is a small village with a peaceful rural setting. The village is known for its picturesque landscapes, farmland, and a close-knit community. Asheville offers a small-town atmosphere with a limited number of local businesses and amenities. The surrounding area is characterized by rolling hills, open spaces, and a slower pace of life. It provides residents with a tranquil environment away from the busyness of urban centers.
  2. Bexley: Situated east of downtown Columbus, Bexley is an established suburb known for its stately homes, tree-lined streets, and historic charm. The area is home to prestigious institutions such as Capital University and the Governor's Mansion. Bexley's Main Street offers a mix of boutique shops, cafes, and restaurants, creating a vibrant community atmosphere.
  3. Canal Winchester: Situated southeast of downtown, Canal Winchester is a growing suburb known for its historic district, community events, and proximity to natural areas. The charming downtown area features shops, restaurants, and a community theater. Canal Winchester hosts various festivals and events throughout the year, including the famous Labor Day Festival. The suburb offers a mix of housing options and easy access to parks and recreational facilities.
  4. Circleville is a historic city located in Pickaway County, Ohio. Known for its circular street pattern and vibrant community, Circleville offers a unique charm. The city features a central public park called "The Circle," which serves as a gathering place and the venue for numerous festivals and events, including the famous Pumpkin Show. Circleville's downtown area boasts local shops, restaurants, and historic architecture, contributing to its appealing small-town ambiance. With its rich agricultural heritage and close-knit community, Circleville offers a welcoming and engaging environment for its residents.
  5. Delaware: Located to the north of Columbus, Delaware is an exurb known for its scenic landscapes, historic downtown area, and the presence of Ohio Wesleyan University. The city offers a blend of small-town charm with modern amenities, including a variety of shops, restaurants, and cultural events. Delaware also has a rich history and is home to the Olentangy Indian Caverns, a popular tourist attraction.
  6. Dublin: Located northwest of downtown Columbus, Dublin is known for its upscale neighborhoods, excellent schools, and numerous corporate headquarters. It features a charming historic district, beautiful parks, and a thriving business community. Dublin is also home to the annual Dublin Irish Festival, one of the largest Irish festivals in the United States.
  7. Gahanna: Located east of downtown Columbus, Gahanna is a diverse suburb known for its picturesque neighborhoods, proximity to the Port Columbus International Airport, and the Creekside development. Creekside is a lively entertainment district with restaurants, shops, and a scenic waterfront. Gahanna also features parks, golf courses, and a strong sense of community.
  8. Grandview Heights: Situated west of downtown Columbus, Grandview Heights is a unique suburb known for its walkability, vibrant community, and mix of residential and commercial areas. The suburb offers a blend of historic homes, modern developments, and a bustling commercial district along Grandview Avenue. The area features an array of shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Grandview Heights is also home to the prestigious Grandview Heights High School and offers easy access to downtown Columbus and major highways.
  9. Grove City: Located southwest of downtown Columbus, Grove City is a suburban community known for its affordable housing options, family-friendly environment, and strong community spirit. The area offers a range of recreational facilities, including parks, golf courses, and the popular Grove City Town Center, which hosts various events and festivals.
  10. Groveport: Located southeast of downtown Columbus, Groveport is a historic suburb with a small-town feel. It features a charming downtown area with historic buildings, shops, and restaurants. Groveport is known for its canal history and hosts the annual Groveport Heritage Days festival. The suburb offers a mix of housing options and is situated near scenic natural areas like the Three Creeks Metro Park.
  11. Heath: Situated adjacent to Newark, Heath is a smaller city in Licking County. It is known for its strategic location near major transportation routes, including Interstate 70 and State Route 79. Heath features a variety of shopping centers, restaurants, and recreational opportunities. The city is home to the Indian Mound Mall, a popular shopping destination in the area. It also offers several parks and outdoor spaces for residents to enjoy.
  12. Hilliard: Situated to the northwest of downtown, Hilliard is a suburban community known for its family-friendly atmosphere and strong school system. It offers a range of housing options, from established neighborhoods to newer developments. Hilliard features numerous parks, including the popular Heritage Rail Trail, and hosts events such as the annual Franklin County Fair.
  13. Lancaster: Located southeast of Columbus, Lancaster is an exurb with a rich history and a vibrant downtown area. The city is known for its well-preserved architecture, including numerous historic homes and buildings. Lancaster offers a range of recreational opportunities, such as the scenic Hocking Hills region, which is a short drive away. The Ohio Glass Museum and the Fairfield County Fair are popular attractions in the area.
  14. London: Situated to the southwest of Columbus, London is an exurb known for its rural character and close-knit community. The city features a historic downtown area with local businesses and hosts various community events throughout the year. London offers a more relaxed pace of life and is surrounded by farmland and natural beauty, including the Madison County State Nature Preserve.
  15. Marysville: Situated to the northwest of Columbus, Marysville is an exurb that has experienced significant growth in recent years. It offers a mix of suburban and rural living, with a variety of housing options and ample green space. Marysville is known for its Honda manufacturing facility, which is one of the largest employers in the region. The city also hosts the Union County Fair, an annual event showcasing agriculture, entertainment, and local traditions.
  16. Mount Vernon: Located northeast of Columbus, Mount Vernon is an exurb with a small-town feel and a rich history. The city is home to Mount Vernon Nazarene University and features a charming downtown area with shops, restaurants, and historic buildings. Mount Vernon offers a mix of rural and suburban living, with picturesque countryside, parks, and recreational opportunities nearby.
  17. New Albany: Located northeast of downtown Columbus, New Albany is an affluent suburb known for its planned community, expansive estates, and upscale amenities. It features a charming village center, called Market Square, with a variety of shops, restaurants, and community events. New Albany is also home to a renowned golf club and numerous corporate offices.
  18. Newark: Located about 33 miles east of Columbus, Newark is a city in Licking County. It is known for its rich history and architectural heritage. Newark is home to the Newark Earthworks, a complex of ancient Native American mounds and earthen enclosures designated as a National Historic Landmark. The city also features a charming downtown area with shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions like the Midland Theatre. Newark is the county seat of Licking County and offers a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial areas.
  19. Obetz: Situated in Franklin County, Ohio, Obetz is a suburban community located just south of Columbus. It is known for its convenient location, strong industrial presence, and recreational opportunities. Obetz is home to the Fortress Obetz, a versatile outdoor stadium that hosts various sports events, concerts, and festivals. The community also features parks, walking trails, and recreational facilities. With its proximity to major highways, Obetz offers easy access to the amenities and employment opportunities of both Columbus and nearby suburbs.
  20. Pickerington: Located southeast of Columbus, Pickerington is a suburban community known for its family-friendly atmosphere, excellent schools, and strong sense of community. The city offers a mix of housing options, from well-established neighborhoods to newer developments. Pickerington boasts numerous parks, recreational facilities, and a charming downtown area with shops, restaurants, and community events. The city is also home to Pickerington Ponds Metro Park, which provides opportunities for outdoor activities and wildlife observation.
  21. Powell: Situated in the northern part of the metropolitan area, Powell is a rapidly growing suburb known for its affluent neighborhoods and excellent schools. The Olentangy Liberty High School, one of the top-rated public high schools in Ohio, is located here. Powell offers a mix of residential areas, recreational opportunities, and a charming downtown with shops and restaurants.
  22. Reynoldsburg: Situated east of downtown, Reynoldsburg is a suburban community with a mix of established neighborhoods and newer subdivisions. It offers a range of housing options and is known for its affordable real estate. Reynoldsburg boasts several parks, including the Blacklick Woods Metro Park, and hosts events such as the Tomato Festival.
  23. Upper Arlington: Situated to the northwest of downtown, Upper Arlington is a picturesque suburb known for its well-manicured neighborhoods, tree-lined streets, and strong sense of community. The area boasts excellent schools, recreational facilities, and parks. The Scioto Country Club, one of the oldest golf courses in the region, is located here.
  24. Westerville: Located northeast of downtown Columbus, Westerville is a thriving suburb known for its strong sense of community, excellent schools, and historic charm. It offers a mix of housing options, from historic homes in the Uptown area to newer developments. Westerville boasts several parks, recreational facilities, and a vibrant downtown with shops, restaurants, and community events.
  25. Worthington: Located to the north of downtown, Worthington is a historic suburb with a quaint, small-town atmosphere. It features a charming downtown area known as the "Old Worthington," with boutique shops, restaurants, and the popular Worthington Farmers Market. Worthington is also home to several parks and hosts various community events throughout the year.
I reorganized the list into alphabetical order, but everything else was generated by ChatGPT. I had to prompt it a few times to get all 25, because it only listed about 6 at a time.
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2023.05.29 05:33 RRain757 Help with CoE and L&S GE/Breadths

Hello! I'm an incoming freshman who has questions regarding L&S breadth requirements and EECS GE requirements. I would like to double major in eecs and maybe either a foreign lang or comp lit. I heard that Hist128AC was one that helped, but does it fulfill both the American Culture and Historical Studies breadth at the same time? Also, is there anything else that I messed up on or any tips/class reccomendations to get classes out of the way? I might take a CC class over the summer to knock out another L&S breadth, maybe International Studies
*All CC courses were fulfilled at a California CC, CC classes that I placed in L&S section are satisfied according to assist.org agreements with my local CC*

EDIT - the numbers on my local CC are not upper div courses at Berkeley, they’re lower div. I forgot to mention that
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2023.05.29 05:10 ctles Any new large subs's that i'm missing

Any cards with new large SUB? Basically, looking for either a construction card or travel card that has a large sign-up bonus at the moment. Current credit cards you are the primary account holder of: • Chase ink cash and unlimited for sole prop – 2-3 years’ old • Have cards/account with Amex, US bank, citi, Boa, C1. oldest card is over 11 years • Amex plat citi custom as well I've excluded a bunch of exact cards as because we're in 3player mode we're in all ecosystems as well as able to get all cards
FICO Score: 790 +/- 20 • Number of personal credit cards approved for in the past 6 months: 1 • Number of personal credit cards approved for in the past 12 months: 1 • Number of personal credit cards approved for in the past 24 months: 2 Annual income: ~$200k CATEGORIES • OK with category-specific cards?: Yes • OK with rotating category cards?: Yes • Estimate average monthly spend in the categories below. Only include what you can pay by credit card. MEMBERSHIPS & SUBSCRIPTIONS (delete lines that don't apply) o Current member of Amazon Prime?: No o Current member of Costco or Sam's Club? Costco o Current member of Chase, US Bank or any other big bank?: Chase, BOA o Active US military?: No o Are you open to Business Cards?: Yes
I have an upcoming renovation and will be spending 2k-4k mainly from home depot, lowes and any other stores that we need supplies from. And will also be traveling soon and will spend 2k-3k
I’m trying to decide between the Venture X and the Amex Green or something else. I rather not get both at the same time because I want to try to keep under 5/24. So am more open to business cards.I've already gotten the hilton business one and hit the SUB.
I thought of the green because of the large SUB, VentureX because it’s one that I’ll probably keep going forward. I’m in popup jail for the regular Amex plat. I know there’s a NLL 200k points for the business plat and if I thought I could spend 15k in the next three months I would’ve gotten that one. But not max is 10k in the next three months and that’s stretching it.
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2023.05.29 05:02 Cast_a_Nova Received an sms from security bank about additional requirements.

Good day! Your Security Bank credit card application with Reference Number: requires additional documents/information for evaluation.
Please email [email protected] the following:
Full copy of last month's payslip Full copy of last year's ITR Full copy of latest COE with compensation and benefits issued wi sss/tin/umid/ id number Complete office/business address atleast 1 landline home or business
Use the email subject line "Additional Information for REF#" for easy tracking. Thank you!
Already uploaded all these detail but they are still requiring. Is the email address legit? Already replied the email address with the documents, they also replied saying “case has been routed to next phase of credit card application”
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2023.05.29 04:31 takeshi2010 How would you group your movies / TV shows ?

Imagine this situation: you have a certain number of movies. Your storage of choice is external HDDs that you plug-in when needed. You manage the what-movie-is-on-what-drive question via a database, all automated, so that part's easy. You don't use Plex or Kodi or any of this stuff. Obviously, being a hoarder, you have multiple drives and, this collection having grown over time (years, really), movies just got stacked on the latest drives, as they were coming in. Now, you'd like to put (some) order into this mess and have movies that relate to each other on the same drive. Kind of like when you were really into physical media (like, really into it) and would rearrange your shelves once a week, either by director, genre, decades, country, studio, franchise... or any combinations of the above. But doing this every week with data, until you find the perfect system, is not realistic (and not nearly as fun). So you'd like to find the perfect system from the start. You tend to think of movies as a director's medium so grouping movies by director feels natural (a Tarantino folder with all his films by year sounds pretty neat). But then you find exceptions, like John Woo may have directed M:I-2 but you'd never think of it as a John Woo movie. Same for all the other M:I movies, you wouldn't want them spread across 5 different drives. Franchise exception, then! OK, what about Tim Burton's Batman movies (89, 92)? You can't imagine a Tim Burton folder that doesn't include them, and you can't see a Batman folder without them either. How do you make this work? You've tried genre-grouping before, but that ended up being one giant headache. Between genres (western), sub-genres (Italian westerns), aesthetic genres (film noir, neo noir), thematic genres (superhero movies), tonal genres (comedy, drama), and the fact that no movie fits neatly into one genre, and most usually span several (try and put Colossal (2016) into any single genre, I double dare you), you've given up on the idea. Would you try to make the director grouping work, or would you go a totally different route? Asking for a friend ;)
Disclaimer: I've seen this other thread but it mostly focuses on per-title organization (1 subfoldemovie vs all in one folder) and my question is not about that (although one post in that tread relates to this).
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2023.05.29 04:26 TiredLizzie Kaplan FL reliability?

Kaplan FL reliability?
Hey everyone,
I’m testing on 7/15 and I’ve mostly been using the Kaplan 7 book review and the online resources with the book to study. First FL was my diagnostic that I took cold, second FL is from after finishing my first round of content review. I feel like these numbers are too good to be real: how similar are Kaplan’s FL tests to the real thing, and are these good predictors of my potential performance?
I’ll be doing more practice problems (Uglobe, Blueprint, AAMC) in addition to Kaplan for the rest of the time leading up to my planned test date and I’ll reschedule if necessary. Just wanted to get an idea on where I currently stand from an outside source, since I don’t want to find out the hard way that Kaplan makes their tests too easy or something.
(Also: any chem/phys resources for practice problems would be much appreciated!)
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2023.05.29 04:16 Chronologics Gameboy Advance SP, no LED light when turned on

Gameboy Advance SP, no LED light when turned on
Hey there guys, hopefully this is the right sub to give some advice.
I've just refurbished a GBA SP with extremerate stuff and everything works well except it has no power LED at all when turned on but still plays perfectly. When plugged into charge the orange light comes on for a second and then turns off.
I've tried the battery in another system and no problems there, and also injected voltage via diode mode with a multimeter and power LED's come on (orange comes on and red LED comes on for power so it seems the LED's are fine so I'm a bit stumped of what to check next. Any advice would be super appreciated.
Cheers guys, thanks for reading
EDIT: Nevermind the power LED, it actually was corroded and fell off. But the system still does not charge (normal orange flicks off after a second)
I've checked groundto pin 2, which reads 4.97V plugged in the same as my working SP. Checked fuse 1 and 2, both have continuity across them both sides. Checked pin 2 to the inside of the bottom right of the charging port which is 4.97V. Checked EM8 pins cross ways and there's continuity between them. Also have reflowed the pins on the charging port.
Any other advice would be wonderful
added board photos:

https://preview.redd.it/kl81a6phcp2b1.jpg?width=1536&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=61abec25dfc9e9469023ef7ce2e0575ad7c2cc19
https://preview.redd.it/vidktihgcp2b1.jpg?width=1536&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=e32f96e467cbbea44947c46b9dc76944abf89b5e
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2023.05.29 04:07 JackfruitLife5451 PacketStream Download: How to Install the Proxy Service for ClonBrowser

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To set up PacketStream on ClonBrowser, you need to configure the proxy settings. Open ClonBrowser and click on the "ClonBrowser" menu. Select "Preferences" and then choose the "Advanced" tab. Click on the "Network" tab and then click on the "Settings" button.
In the Connection Settings window, select "Manual proxy configuration" and enter the IP address and port number provided by PacketStream. Click on "OK" to save the changes.
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2023.05.29 03:59 Hot-Maintenance-624 Axos Banking App, No Way to Verify External Account

While trying to verify my external account that was sent two micro-transfers, it said to go to "Accounts" then to "Activation Required" but there is no activation required button anywhere on the app or website. I've looked all over the desktop website and the app, but no where is there any "External Accounts" button or the "Activation Required" button. The instructions don't correlate with what's actually there in the app and website.
If you're wondering why I even need to do the micro-transfers to verify, it's because the website is broken and won't actually link my account when I link my account. It shows up on the dashboard but I can't make any transfers from the account and support says they don't see the account. So my only option was to pretend to add a Chase account but then click "Add account manually" where I can type the routing and account number from my other bank. It's crazy how broken UFB Direct's or Axos banking websites/apps are.
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2023.05.29 03:39 i_invest_in_startups Are there any ways of moving money at scale that are free or near free?

Im exploring a business idea which would involve being a marketplace and escrow service within the high end collectibles space.
Currently most people buying and selling are using Paypal and paying 3% for the “Goods & Services” protection that offers.
I need to be able to compete with that rate. I cant use Stripe, Dwolla, etc because they all have fees that are close to Paypals or higher. Wire xfers, Zelle and similar all seem to have daily or monthly limits that are prohibitive and will not work at scale.
The sole solution Ive thought of is to print and deposit checks using the buyers routing and account numbers, wait for the checks to clear, confirm the seller sends the item and then physically mail the seller a check.
It seems everyones out to get their cut of the pie except when it comes down to good old fashioned checks. Am I missing some other solution? Ideally it would need to be less than 1% transaction fees to make any sense.
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