What made Maruss turn evil and betray Tia?

2021.12.01 12:38 CoolSnowyCool What made Maruss turn evil and betray Tia?

Him and Tia were very good friends before the battle happened.
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2021.12.01 12:38 Minimum-Artichoke-51 Midyear transcript for selective colleges

Deadlines for midyear transcript are like Jan 1 or 3 of 2022 for these selective colleges. First-semester finals will be on the 3rd week of December 2021 and school is on Christmas break for 2 weeks and comes back around January 5, 2022. Obviously, the guidance counsellor will be out during the break. DO selective schools follow this strict guideline? or do selective schools give extra weeks for this midyear transcript to arrive? Thanks
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2021.12.01 12:38 N1S_Lukas Zekrom WB --- 3657 9149 9513 --- be online

Will invite 10 people to make it smooth
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2021.12.01 12:38 Zinko999 Seems fitting

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2021.12.01 12:38 codingwizard3440 IBEAM SARAN CLEPTO

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2021.12.01 12:38 QuavoIsTheWorstMigo I still have GNT in my desktop provider client thing, how do I take it out and çonvert it to GLM?

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2021.12.01 12:38 Boogyman422 Notice of Allowance Issued for Method of Treating Cytokine Storm Using Melanocortin-Specific Peptide

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2021.12.01 12:38 Chance_Piano9413 Week 4 APS challenge bugged?

So I've played a few matches as both anvil and trench and I've used the APSs to stop grenades, flashes, abilities etc and the weekly challenge for destroying 25 projectiles with the APS is still 0, am I doing something wrong?
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2021.12.01 12:38 Chetdizzy Live updates: Supreme Court takes up abortion case to decide fate of Roe v. Wade

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2021.12.01 12:38 MC-Bandit Rente Union Invest und Allianz

Hallo Gemeinde, ich würde eure Einschätzung zu den Produkten UniEuroAktien, UniRak und UniGlobalRente wissen. Wir haben dort ca 25000 Euro stehen aber haben bedenken, dass das zu teuer ist. Ausserdem haben wir für die Kinder eine Allianz Ausbildungversicherung abgeschlossen a 80 Euro pro Kind. Läuft jetzt 5 Jahre ca. Wie sind eure Meinungen zu den Produkten? Vielen Dank euch.
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2021.12.01 12:38 EqualOppAsshole Amazon strikes again

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2021.12.01 12:38 EdwardHeisler Shelter from the Storm: Lava Tubes on Mars (Updated)

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2021.12.01 12:38 Harbek_Holderhek Need help with enlarged goliath

So my last session, my Battle Smith Artificer cast Enlarge/Reduce on my goliath barbarian, which turned him into Large creature. Since goliaths have the Powerful Build feat, this gives him a carrying capacity of 1,200 lbs and push/drag/lift amount of 2,400 lbs, because he would have the carrying capacity of a Huge creature, correct?
Here's my other question. He then wanted to basically RKO and pile drive onto a carrion crawler, which is a Large creature itself. They are on the same playing field, no one had the high ground. How would the damage for this work? In the moment, I used the improvised damage in the DMG for falling debris, which was 4d10 bludgeoning, but now realize that would be incorrect, because the goliath didn't fall from anything, he just jumped on top of the creature.
Please, let me know your thoughts. Both the artificer and barbarian in my game love to push the boundaries of what is allowed/fair. In particular, the artificer says it's no fun when I say he can't do something just based on logic or the rules of the game or that he's trying to do something outside of his class' abilities.
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2021.12.01 12:38 ThomasTheGnome Ken Griffin VS Ancient Rome, AKA The Bizarre Story of Lucius Veratius, AKA How "Fines" Have Been a Cost of Doing Business for Over 2,000 Years

The Bizarre Story of Lucius Veratius
Whenever a huge hedge fund is forced to pay a fine for deliberately and openly breaking the rules, we often refer to this as "the cost of doing business" - because the fine they must pay is often highly affordable. So much so that it does not serve as a deterrent at all - the amount of the fine tends to be far less than the profit the criminal makes from the infraction.
And on this sub, this practice has become synonymous with modern financial corruption. But in actual fact? It's not a modern practice at all!
Ladies and gentleapes, I am here today to tell you the brief - but poignant - story of of a wealthy Roman citizen named Lucius Veratius, who existed around the year 50AD. And my story proves that this "cost of doing business" concept has existed for around 2,000 years - probably much longer.
So who was Lucius Veratius, and did he manage a large and profitable hedge fund? Of course he didn't manage a hedge fund. In fact, I can imagine that the modern day Kenneth Griffin would have most likely made his toes curl. You see, Lucius Veratius found the idea of a "fixed sum penalty" just as bizarre as we find it to this day. And while Lucius Veratius was certainly guilty of engaging in deliberate crimes, with one Roman writer even describing him as "an exceedingly wicked man of cruel brutality" - he has also been lauded by modern history bloggers as something of a revolutionary maverick, delivering a swift "slap in the face to corrective justice".
How will you judge his actions? Let's dive into the first century AD and find out.
So, in the first century AD, a Roman law existed that was designed to prevent citizens from beating the shit out of each other. You know, kind of like how if you assault somebody in the street these days, you could quite rightly expect to be put in handcuffs?
Here's a description of the law, along with the penalty:

"If anyone has inflicted an injury upon another, let him be fined twenty-five asses"
Was that a fair punishment? Haha, how the fuck should we know, without understanding what twenty-five asses look like!
So let's grab a bit of context.
The penalty for hurting a fellow citizen back in those days was 25 asses - also known as "The Law of Iniuria". And before you go making butt jokes, let's remember that an "as" was simply a measure of value - an "as" being a bronze coin, "asses" being the plural. For those of you interested in what that was roughly worth... well, that partly depends on the time period you're looking at. But for the sake of simplicity, it's probably helpful to imagine that 25 asses would be worth approximately 2.5 silver denarii - or about one tenth of a gold aureus. And a gold aureus was about a month's worth of pay for your regular Roman legionnaire.
So 25 asses would probably be worth around 3 days worth of regular wages... Or in other words, for your standard every-day citizen, striking your fellow humans was not a very affordable crime to commit.
But Lucius Veratius was not your standard every-day citizen.
Lucius Veratius was what you would call "wealthy". Filthy rich. He was rolling in it. For Lucius Veratius, money was no object.
And not only was he rich, but he was also quite perceptive - and he found the idea of a fixed sum penalty ridiculous. After all, as one writer observed:
"For who will be found so poor that twenty-five asses would keep him from inflicting an injury if he desired to?"
Lucius Veratius fell into this very camp. He found "The Law of Iniuria" so ludicrous, that he decided to act on it, and took the stance that 25 asses was a fine price to pay for the privilege of hitting whoever he fancied.
So here's what he did.
Lucius Veratius began strolling through public areas, such as bath houses and courtyards, striking free citizens in the face.
And to stay on the right side of the law, he was always followed by his slave, who would be carrying a huge bag of asses - the OG Bagholder. This way, whenever Lucius Veratius fancied slapping a random member of the public in the face, he simply instructed his slave to count out 25 bronze asses and hand them to his victim, thus instantly absolving himself of the crime.
This continued for some time, until eventually the law makers decided to make the law obsolete and invalid, declaring that they would instead "appoint arbiters to appraise damages". In other words, they started to look into individual incidents, working out how serious the injuries were, while assessing the affordability of the perpetrator, in order to make the punishments fit the circumstances - instead of simply relying on a fixed sum penalty that quite clearly favoured those rich enough to pay for the privilege of slapping free citizens in the face.
So whether or not Lucius Veratius was as "wicked" and "cruel" as the writer Aulus Gellius made him out to be, I don't know. I know that in my book, he was certainly guilty of having a wicked sense of humour. And hey, his form of protest worked - the law was reformed!
Maybe the SEC should take a leaf from the Roman Handbook... --
TL;DR: About 2,000 years ago, a wealthy Roman citizen used to walk around hitting fellow citizens in the face, while his slave followed him around paying the fixed sum penalty for committing such a crime. This creative form of protest led to a reform of the fixed sum penalty for striking a fellow citizen, as it clearly didn't prevent the crime from happening.
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2021.12.01 12:38 bendog1616 Favourite series of all time? (Group D)

So today is the final group. Tomorrow will be the 2nd placed playoff poll to see which of the runners up join the 4 group winners.
Which of these series is your favourite?
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2021.12.01 12:38 Vardouliss Didn’t listen to uzi much this year but 5 years in a row!!

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2021.12.01 12:38 Switcheslol1337 Rogue Feral 2v2 tbc

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2021.12.01 12:38 jormun69 What should I do?

So me(23m) and my wife(20f) got married a couple months ago in May and since, we hit a really bad rough spot which caused us to split up for a bit. But, we started to try again some time after she moved to Montana (I’m in Oregon). So we are doing long distance for now until I move over there in a couple months. But I keep having this problem with her, she’s very dismissive and self centered. I try to open up about my feelings and she disregards them and just argues. She’s insensitive, I tell her she’s rude, and she flips out saying I’m an asshole. We fight often because of how hard-headed she can be (I should also mention that this was a problem at all stages of our relationship). She has this general lack of respect and is often rude and I’m having such a hard time constantly feeling put down and ignored. I feel like my feelings don’t matter to her at all and I’m just a bother. What do I do? Should I keep trying to reason with her? She’s very young still and it’s possible in time that can change right? I just know I can’t go through my whole life like this because I know I’ll be miserable. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks for your time.
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2021.12.01 12:38 ixNoah Request for the mods of this sub

Can we get post flairs? I really like concepts and wanna see more and flairs make that easier.
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2021.12.01 12:38 LaCuntessa [Offer] one ☝🏽lenticular lion/red panda/regular panda/cheetah/orangutan lioness postcard[Ww]

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2021.12.01 12:38 BurntnToasted Reagent testing?

Hi there, my mom recently purchased mushrooms, and I’m trying to get them tested, she refused to grow them herself (I think she’s looking for a quick fix to her depression and is desperate, not great). I’m trying to see if there are any reagent tests I can use, i know that there are a ton of compounds and usually reagents don’t do anything, but it’s worth a try to ask. Anyways, what is the heat resistance of shrooms? If it’s high, and you’re a supplier, please test for microorganisms and heat treat them if it’s above safe levels, like suppliers of regular mushrooms.
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2021.12.01 12:38 HolyShyalabufBatman Best Place for Xmas Shopping! Thanks Gamestop

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2021.12.01 12:38 CoolMentorK Love you mom

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2021.12.01 12:38 awecasper CASPER NETWORK TODAY

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2021.12.01 12:38 chonky_gator Just saw this on Facebook (of course…). Thoughts?

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