The cavern glowed with unnatural light as waves of magical energy rolled off the giant artificial structure at its centre. The Holy Grail War was at its end, with all seven Servants now dead.

Emiya Shirou limped his way up to the great device. His eyes had lost their light and his body was now slowly breaking apart from the magic that ran uncontrolled within it. As he slowly turned his failing eyes up to gaze at his final objective, broken memories of the War that remained in his mind came to the surface.

He had been given a choice. To save the one he loved, or to save the countless innocents. One course of action would lead him closer to his goal, his dream of being the Hero of Justice; the other would require him to throw away everything he fought and strived to his entire life. So Emiya Shirou made his decision and threw away the ideal he inherited from Emiya Kiritsugu, the man who saved him.

Modern Times (1936)
# 38 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Robert Downey Jr. »
# 205 on STARmeter

Chazz : We're gonna dance to one song, and one song only: "Lady Humps" by the Blackeyed Peas. "What you gonna do with all that junk, all that junk inside your trunk? I'm a get you, get you drunk, get you drunk off my lady humps, my humps, my humps, my lovely lady humps."

The cavern glowed with unnatural light as waves of magical energy rolled off the giant artificial structure at its centre. The Holy Grail War was at its end, with all seven Servants now dead.

Emiya Shirou limped his way up to the great device. His eyes had lost their light and his body was now slowly breaking apart from the magic that ran uncontrolled within it. As he slowly turned his failing eyes up to gaze at his final objective, broken memories of the War that remained in his mind came to the surface.

He had been given a choice. To save the one he loved, or to save the countless innocents. One course of action would lead him closer to his goal, his dream of being the Hero of Justice; the other would require him to throw away everything he fought and strived to his entire life. So Emiya Shirou made his decision and threw away the ideal he inherited from Emiya Kiritsugu, the man who saved him.

Modern Times (1936)
# 38 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Robert Downey Jr. »
# 205 on STARmeter

Chazz : We're gonna dance to one song, and one song only: "Lady Humps" by the Blackeyed Peas. "What you gonna do with all that junk, all that junk inside your trunk? I'm a get you, get you drunk, get you drunk off my lady humps, my humps, my humps, my lovely lady humps."

The poem, “dive for dreams” by E.E. Cummings, struck me as a motivational poem. The title of this poem, which lies on its first line, is exactly what grasped my attention into reading further. The phrase alone dictates its own tone, it encourages one to take control. The title’s shortness in length, and simplicity is what attracted me to reading further.

This poem promotes a lot of positivity. In the first stanza, Cummings catches his readers’ attention by motivating them to stand tall. The first two lines, “dive for dreams or a slogan may topple you” suggest a since of confidence for a reader. Cummings encourages his readers to stand, and fight for their dream, not to let something as simple as a word throw them off track. In parentheses, Cummings writes “(trees are their roots and wind is wind)” to emphasize the idea of confidence. That phrase suggests that the readers’ success evolves from what they feed themselves, as roots feed their trees.

Cummings goes with motivating his readers in the second stanza. The phrase “Trust your heart if the seas catch fire” suggest that the readers put their deepest trust in their heart. If things seem to go wrong, even as bad as seas catching fire, one’s heart is where their trust should lie. The stanza goes on to say “(And live by love though the stars walk backward)” which connects the first line to love. This phrase tells the readers to live by the love in their hearts no matter what happens, not even something as weird as stars walking backwards.

Might & Magic: Heroes VII is the seventh installment in the series, developed by Limbic Entertainment . The storyline serves as a sequel to Heroes of Might and Magic VI , taking place three centuries later in the same world of Ashan .

On October 5th 2016, it was announced that development of Heroes VII and its addon, Trial by Fire has been completed, and as such no further updates would be released. The final version is 2.21, for both the addon and the game.

The game takes place 10 years after the death of Empress Maeve ; during the Ten Year War . The young Duke Ivan Griffin will fight for the Imperial Throne with duke Seamus Stag . With the war raging across Ashan, he crafts a Shadow Council to support his leadership. Necromancers, orcs, wizards, celestials, elves and dark elves need to help Ivan fight back. [1]

The cavern glowed with unnatural light as waves of magical energy rolled off the giant artificial structure at its centre. The Holy Grail War was at its end, with all seven Servants now dead.

Emiya Shirou limped his way up to the great device. His eyes had lost their light and his body was now slowly breaking apart from the magic that ran uncontrolled within it. As he slowly turned his failing eyes up to gaze at his final objective, broken memories of the War that remained in his mind came to the surface.

He had been given a choice. To save the one he loved, or to save the countless innocents. One course of action would lead him closer to his goal, his dream of being the Hero of Justice; the other would require him to throw away everything he fought and strived to his entire life. So Emiya Shirou made his decision and threw away the ideal he inherited from Emiya Kiritsugu, the man who saved him.

The cavern glowed with unnatural light as waves of magical energy rolled off the giant artificial structure at its centre. The Holy Grail War was at its end, with all seven Servants now dead.

Emiya Shirou limped his way up to the great device. His eyes had lost their light and his body was now slowly breaking apart from the magic that ran uncontrolled within it. As he slowly turned his failing eyes up to gaze at his final objective, broken memories of the War that remained in his mind came to the surface.

He had been given a choice. To save the one he loved, or to save the countless innocents. One course of action would lead him closer to his goal, his dream of being the Hero of Justice; the other would require him to throw away everything he fought and strived to his entire life. So Emiya Shirou made his decision and threw away the ideal he inherited from Emiya Kiritsugu, the man who saved him.

Modern Times (1936)
# 38 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Robert Downey Jr. »
# 205 on STARmeter

Chazz : We're gonna dance to one song, and one song only: "Lady Humps" by the Blackeyed Peas. "What you gonna do with all that junk, all that junk inside your trunk? I'm a get you, get you drunk, get you drunk off my lady humps, my humps, my humps, my lovely lady humps."

The poem, “dive for dreams” by E.E. Cummings, struck me as a motivational poem. The title of this poem, which lies on its first line, is exactly what grasped my attention into reading further. The phrase alone dictates its own tone, it encourages one to take control. The title’s shortness in length, and simplicity is what attracted me to reading further.

This poem promotes a lot of positivity. In the first stanza, Cummings catches his readers’ attention by motivating them to stand tall. The first two lines, “dive for dreams or a slogan may topple you” suggest a since of confidence for a reader. Cummings encourages his readers to stand, and fight for their dream, not to let something as simple as a word throw them off track. In parentheses, Cummings writes “(trees are their roots and wind is wind)” to emphasize the idea of confidence. That phrase suggests that the readers’ success evolves from what they feed themselves, as roots feed their trees.

Cummings goes with motivating his readers in the second stanza. The phrase “Trust your heart if the seas catch fire” suggest that the readers put their deepest trust in their heart. If things seem to go wrong, even as bad as seas catching fire, one’s heart is where their trust should lie. The stanza goes on to say “(And live by love though the stars walk backward)” which connects the first line to love. This phrase tells the readers to live by the love in their hearts no matter what happens, not even something as weird as stars walking backwards.

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