• Kaseem edwards   2 месяца назад Best! RUclipr Ever!!!!!! Thank you the theRadBrad for all of the videos you made . I subscribed to u on all of my accounts i knew about u since......2014 or 2015? i just came to comment to say hi i'm about to subscribe on my new account the one i'm commenting on now

    So all assassins are going to cut off their ring fingers from now on just because one of them *ACCIDENTALLY* cut off his ring finger !!!??

  • Jinhunter Slay   13 дней назад I know.
    It's just ever since the very first AC game, I always find the concept beyond stupid. Yes, it's a sign of extreme dedication and it's badass and stuffs, but I always felt it's such an unnecessary sacrifice when you can just easily change the design. What makes it more baffling is how Altair needs some kind of *SPECIAL* knowledge to modify it, when anyone with brains can see that all you need to do is make the blade horizontal instead vertical.....
    ....and the cut scene with Bayek kind of confirmed how stupid the "tradition" is, since the first hidden blade is perfectly fine, and Bayek simply messed up and lost his finger.

    Assassin's Creed walks an odd line between historical and science fiction, and the giant snake at the end of the Assassin's Creed Origins gameplay reveal trailer seems poised to scuff that line up even more. But creative director Ashraf Ismail wants to assure fans that the overgrown reptile doesn't mean the end of AC as a "credible" experience, and he gave just a little bit of explanation in an interview for the latest issue of OPM.

    "I’ll tell you this about the snake," Ismail began after remarking on how many questions the serpent has prompted since the trailer debuted E3, "Assassin’s Creed is a credible experience. I mean we have our lore, of course, we have our First Civilization, and that aspect, I mean we don’t shy away from that, it is part of the brand and we assume that. But we also don’t go randomly high fantasy.

    The First Civilization, if you're not familiar, is where all that ancient technology the Templars and Assassins fight over comes from. They were kind of gods, but also kind of not? Just read the Wiki , it's really complicated. But back to Ismail and the snake.

  • Kaseem edwards   2 месяца назад Best! RUclipr Ever!!!!!! Thank you the theRadBrad for all of the videos you made . I subscribed to u on all of my accounts i knew about u since......2014 or 2015? i just came to comment to say hi i'm about to subscribe on my new account the one i'm commenting on now

    So all assassins are going to cut off their ring fingers from now on just because one of them *ACCIDENTALLY* cut off his ring finger !!!??

  • Jinhunter Slay   13 дней назад I know.
    It's just ever since the very first AC game, I always find the concept beyond stupid. Yes, it's a sign of extreme dedication and it's badass and stuffs, but I always felt it's such an unnecessary sacrifice when you can just easily change the design. What makes it more baffling is how Altair needs some kind of *SPECIAL* knowledge to modify it, when anyone with brains can see that all you need to do is make the blade horizontal instead vertical.....
    ....and the cut scene with Bayek kind of confirmed how stupid the "tradition" is, since the first hidden blade is perfectly fine, and Bayek simply messed up and lost his finger.

    Assassin's Creed walks an odd line between historical and science fiction, and the giant snake at the end of the Assassin's Creed Origins gameplay reveal trailer seems poised to scuff that line up even more. But creative director Ashraf Ismail wants to assure fans that the overgrown reptile doesn't mean the end of AC as a "credible" experience, and he gave just a little bit of explanation in an interview for the latest issue of OPM.

    "I’ll tell you this about the snake," Ismail began after remarking on how many questions the serpent has prompted since the trailer debuted E3, "Assassin’s Creed is a credible experience. I mean we have our lore, of course, we have our First Civilization, and that aspect, I mean we don’t shy away from that, it is part of the brand and we assume that. But we also don’t go randomly high fantasy.

    The First Civilization, if you're not familiar, is where all that ancient technology the Templars and Assassins fight over comes from. They were kind of gods, but also kind of not? Just read the Wiki , it's really complicated. But back to Ismail and the snake.

    An assassin was responsible for killing  Kazuhira Miller at his Alaskan home in February 2005. Liquid Snake would pose as Miller during the Shadow Moses Incident .

    The assassin managed to cross treacherous terrain without a vehicle, evade the surveillance cameras before cutting the security system's power, silence one of Miller's huskies mid-howl, and then leak sevoflurane gas into Miller's home. Miller prepared himself to attack the intruder, but was outsmarted by the poison gas, succumbing to it despite his best attempts to escape.

    The assassin is indirectly mentioned in Metal Gear Solid , but is not identified. Given Liquid's later impersonation of Miller, it is implied that he was involved in the hit.

    In this post, we’ve turned towards the exploration of the Three Poisons – an aspect of Nichiren Buddhism that seemed self-evident at first, had it not been for reading this line within  On Attaining Enlightenment in this Lifetime :

    “Your practice of the Buddhist teachings will not relieve you of the sufferings of birth and death [Samsara] in the least unless you perceive the true nature of your life.” [17]

    We wondered:  How does perceiving “ the true nature of [our] life ” free us from the “ sufferings of birth and death ”? In the previous post we came to realize that the “ sufferings of birth and death ” are known in the Buddhist tradition as Samsara, and through researching it, the Three Poisons came up as being critical.  Samsara is defined as follows:

  • Kaseem edwards   2 месяца назад Best! RUclipr Ever!!!!!! Thank you the theRadBrad for all of the videos you made . I subscribed to u on all of my accounts i knew about u since......2014 or 2015? i just came to comment to say hi i'm about to subscribe on my new account the one i'm commenting on now

    So all assassins are going to cut off their ring fingers from now on just because one of them *ACCIDENTALLY* cut off his ring finger !!!??

  • Jinhunter Slay   13 дней назад I know.
    It's just ever since the very first AC game, I always find the concept beyond stupid. Yes, it's a sign of extreme dedication and it's badass and stuffs, but I always felt it's such an unnecessary sacrifice when you can just easily change the design. What makes it more baffling is how Altair needs some kind of *SPECIAL* knowledge to modify it, when anyone with brains can see that all you need to do is make the blade horizontal instead vertical.....
    ....and the cut scene with Bayek kind of confirmed how stupid the "tradition" is, since the first hidden blade is perfectly fine, and Bayek simply messed up and lost his finger.

  • Kaseem edwards   2 месяца назад Best! RUclipr Ever!!!!!! Thank you the theRadBrad for all of the videos you made . I subscribed to u on all of my accounts i knew about u since......2014 or 2015? i just came to comment to say hi i'm about to subscribe on my new account the one i'm commenting on now

    So all assassins are going to cut off their ring fingers from now on just because one of them *ACCIDENTALLY* cut off his ring finger !!!??

  • Jinhunter Slay   13 дней назад I know.
    It's just ever since the very first AC game, I always find the concept beyond stupid. Yes, it's a sign of extreme dedication and it's badass and stuffs, but I always felt it's such an unnecessary sacrifice when you can just easily change the design. What makes it more baffling is how Altair needs some kind of *SPECIAL* knowledge to modify it, when anyone with brains can see that all you need to do is make the blade horizontal instead vertical.....
    ....and the cut scene with Bayek kind of confirmed how stupid the "tradition" is, since the first hidden blade is perfectly fine, and Bayek simply messed up and lost his finger.

    Assassin's Creed walks an odd line between historical and science fiction, and the giant snake at the end of the Assassin's Creed Origins gameplay reveal trailer seems poised to scuff that line up even more. But creative director Ashraf Ismail wants to assure fans that the overgrown reptile doesn't mean the end of AC as a "credible" experience, and he gave just a little bit of explanation in an interview for the latest issue of OPM.

    "I’ll tell you this about the snake," Ismail began after remarking on how many questions the serpent has prompted since the trailer debuted E3, "Assassin’s Creed is a credible experience. I mean we have our lore, of course, we have our First Civilization, and that aspect, I mean we don’t shy away from that, it is part of the brand and we assume that. But we also don’t go randomly high fantasy.

    The First Civilization, if you're not familiar, is where all that ancient technology the Templars and Assassins fight over comes from. They were kind of gods, but also kind of not? Just read the Wiki , it's really complicated. But back to Ismail and the snake.

    An assassin was responsible for killing  Kazuhira Miller at his Alaskan home in February 2005. Liquid Snake would pose as Miller during the Shadow Moses Incident .

    The assassin managed to cross treacherous terrain without a vehicle, evade the surveillance cameras before cutting the security system's power, silence one of Miller's huskies mid-howl, and then leak sevoflurane gas into Miller's home. Miller prepared himself to attack the intruder, but was outsmarted by the poison gas, succumbing to it despite his best attempts to escape.

    The assassin is indirectly mentioned in Metal Gear Solid , but is not identified. Given Liquid's later impersonation of Miller, it is implied that he was involved in the hit.

  • Kaseem edwards   2 месяца назад Best! RUclipr Ever!!!!!! Thank you the theRadBrad for all of the videos you made . I subscribed to u on all of my accounts i knew about u since......2014 or 2015? i just came to comment to say hi i'm about to subscribe on my new account the one i'm commenting on now

    So all assassins are going to cut off their ring fingers from now on just because one of them *ACCIDENTALLY* cut off his ring finger !!!??

  • Jinhunter Slay   13 дней назад I know.
    It's just ever since the very first AC game, I always find the concept beyond stupid. Yes, it's a sign of extreme dedication and it's badass and stuffs, but I always felt it's such an unnecessary sacrifice when you can just easily change the design. What makes it more baffling is how Altair needs some kind of *SPECIAL* knowledge to modify it, when anyone with brains can see that all you need to do is make the blade horizontal instead vertical.....
    ....and the cut scene with Bayek kind of confirmed how stupid the "tradition" is, since the first hidden blade is perfectly fine, and Bayek simply messed up and lost his finger.

    Assassin's Creed walks an odd line between historical and science fiction, and the giant snake at the end of the Assassin's Creed Origins gameplay reveal trailer seems poised to scuff that line up even more. But creative director Ashraf Ismail wants to assure fans that the overgrown reptile doesn't mean the end of AC as a "credible" experience, and he gave just a little bit of explanation in an interview for the latest issue of OPM.

    "I’ll tell you this about the snake," Ismail began after remarking on how many questions the serpent has prompted since the trailer debuted E3, "Assassin’s Creed is a credible experience. I mean we have our lore, of course, we have our First Civilization, and that aspect, I mean we don’t shy away from that, it is part of the brand and we assume that. But we also don’t go randomly high fantasy.

    The First Civilization, if you're not familiar, is where all that ancient technology the Templars and Assassins fight over comes from. They were kind of gods, but also kind of not? Just read the Wiki , it's really complicated. But back to Ismail and the snake.

    An assassin was responsible for killing  Kazuhira Miller at his Alaskan home in February 2005. Liquid Snake would pose as Miller during the Shadow Moses Incident .

    The assassin managed to cross treacherous terrain without a vehicle, evade the surveillance cameras before cutting the security system's power, silence one of Miller's huskies mid-howl, and then leak sevoflurane gas into Miller's home. Miller prepared himself to attack the intruder, but was outsmarted by the poison gas, succumbing to it despite his best attempts to escape.

    The assassin is indirectly mentioned in Metal Gear Solid , but is not identified. Given Liquid's later impersonation of Miller, it is implied that he was involved in the hit.

    In this post, we’ve turned towards the exploration of the Three Poisons – an aspect of Nichiren Buddhism that seemed self-evident at first, had it not been for reading this line within  On Attaining Enlightenment in this Lifetime :

    “Your practice of the Buddhist teachings will not relieve you of the sufferings of birth and death [Samsara] in the least unless you perceive the true nature of your life.” [17]

    We wondered:  How does perceiving “ the true nature of [our] life ” free us from the “ sufferings of birth and death ”? In the previous post we came to realize that the “ sufferings of birth and death ” are known in the Buddhist tradition as Samsara, and through researching it, the Three Poisons came up as being critical.  Samsara is defined as follows:

    Kino looked down at her and his teeth were bared. He hissed at her like a snake, and Juana stared at him with wide unfrightened eyes, like a sheep before the butcher. She knew there was murder in him, and it was all right; she had accepted it, and she would not resist or even protest. And then the rage left him and a sick disgust took its place. He turned away from her and walked up the beach and through the brush line. His senses were dulled by his emotion. (5.3)

    Everyone in La Paz remembers the return of the family; there maybe some old ones who saw it, but those whose fathers and whose grandfathers told it to them remember it nevertheless. It is an event that happened to everyone. (6.98)

    After Kino discovers the pearl, each person is consumed by greed and imagines himself as the one who has found the pearl. Likewise, when the pearl destroys Kino’s family, everyone’s fantasies are similarly destroyed – Kino’s heartbreak is shared by all.

    Assassin s Creed® Origins GIANT SNAKE!! - YouTube


    Amazon.com: Greed Snake: Appstore for Android

    Posted by 2018 article

  • 71tbFmCcWKL