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    He began to channel his blood energies into him, and watched intently as he considered Eridral’s fate. Mersoth entered Eridral’s mind observing his thoughts, his eyes shifting from the dark, mute who felt betrayed to the terrifying berserker who would not relent. In that instant, Mersoth injected Eridral with his final gift to him. Overflowing with energy, Eridral suddenly sent a shockwave of power towards Hayliel pushing her back a full pace. It was done; Mersoth had full control of his new found Zealot. Eridral threw himself at Hayliel, his attacks too fast for Mersoth’s eyes to follow and as the sun rose to greet the new day, Hayliel’s blood began to drip onto the floor. It wasn’t until an especially powerful blow that brought Hayliel down to one knee that her eyes began to shift around in desperation, as if frantically searching for an escape from her moment of reckoning. Her gaze shifting every which way eventually falling onto her husband,…

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    Summary Of Petra's False

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    petra had struck the alliance with hidden aims in mind. claiming that her motive was to regain money stolen from the vault, petra was relying on kate to spot the transparency of her claim and to subsequently attempt weaning the truth out of her. kate took the bait and upon further prodding, petra pretended to reveal her true motivation, which was to gain power. this was a ploy to lull kate into a false sense of security. though petra knew that kate trusted her as far as she could throw her,…

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    Whitt Ward First Book Report for Reading THE SEA OF TROLLS BY NANCY FARMER The book that I read for my first book report was The Sea of Trolls by Nancy Farmer. This book is mostly an adventure book, but it does have some historical things in it. The book took place in A.D. 793, and thy are basically everywhere that you can think of in this story, because the sail in a ship for half of it. Also In some parts of the book they are in a fictional place called Jotunheim. The tone that the author…

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    The Warrior Warriors

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    The battle stance, defensive stance, and Berserker stance. The battle stance is where the warrior is assaulting the enemy. This is beneficial when the warrior is taking on an enemy by himself or herself. The defensive stance is exactly what it sounds like. The warrior is blocking the majority of the damage inflicted on himself or herself; the defensive stance is what turns a warrior into a tank. The main purpose of the defensive stance is for warriors in a party because the warrior keeps the…

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    How would it feel to be a scary monster that doesn’t understand his position in world. Over the course of his life, Grendel goes on a journey of self-discovery and eventually develops nihilistic views. Later these ideas are disproved by the hero Beowulf in a battle of “good” vs. “evil”. In the end Gardner proves that the virtues of individuality and meaning triumph over meaningless violence and destruction. Berserker, momento mori, and comitatus are continued in both the novel and the epic.…

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    Their goal was to intimidate and take prisoners and loot. Attacks would happen very swiftly to prevent loot and important people from being hidden. They would often capture monks while they were raiding and hold them as slaves or until the ransom was paid. To intimidate the enemy, they vikings had grooves carved into their teeth. The most intimidating soldiers were the berserkers. The berserkers were fearless in battle, and they were so amped up and aggressive that scientists think they may have…

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    symptom occurs. Kudva (2011) shows this by describing depression and lack of social interest, brought on by a stressor. In addition to depression, other theories have transpired as to the cause of Amok. Kudva (2011) theorizes that opium could be a cause to Amok due to it being an ingredient in many of the traditional Malay medicines. With the above symptoms, and potential drugs used specifically in Malaysian culture, it is easier to diagnose and recognize Amok. With the above evidence, a…

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    COVER/TERRAIN: Position is vital to triumph. Put your saints behind cover for assurance or alongside a mysterious sanctuary for additional power. Resolve: Your legends and their foes may freeze when they see the fight go severely or enter a berserker rage on the off chance that they see a partner chop down. Frame a tight fight line where your more grounded saints can loan bravery to the weaker ones and utilize terrorizing as a weapon against your adversaries. Capacities: Wizards can dispatch…

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    Folklore is very important in all cultures and is needed in every community. In the culture I personally live in today folklore and oral tradition occurs every day. Through all three elements of the folklore there are stories told through the elements to our culture. Stories are obviously always told from my childhood, and they helped mold the culture I live in today. The two legends I chose to research were “The Viking Berserkers True Warriors”and “The Changelings”. “The Changelings” Fire…

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    tall, big and intimidating. The personification of endurance and willpower, yet also of tragedy and hardships. Guts as a character is very complex, and to put it simply very human in his personality. Guts is seen as a tragic hero, forced into a life of violence and deceit, his moments of happiness and joy were short lived, as he saw those he loved murdered before him. During the manga Guts goes though many horrific and inhumane trials that no human should go through, and as such his personality…

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