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Ability: Zen Mode
Hidden Ability: Stance Change
Notable Moves: Power of One, Aegis, Holy Sacrifice, Light Ball, Quick Silver, Ethereal Claws, Streamline, Reflect

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Introducing another Lego creation, Shrine Gepald! It is basically the next evolution of Gepald. It is an exorcist and priest who helps those in need. It can switch to Shrine Mode to help itself meditate and observe its environment while it stores up energy.

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I understand that we are all just trying to figure out life with each other but… it is very discouraging that so many people are still stuck on such fundamentally unanswerable questions.

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NICKELODEON'S MOST WTF CARTOON
There's a sponge... and he works at a fast food joint? And there's a SQUIRREL there? Uhhh...... okay, lol

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anyway Boss Baby was funny because it leaned into the absurdity of its premise and by all accounts the sequel is leaning in even harder and that's great

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sometimes a cartoon has a silly premise because that's funny

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they know it's weird that the lady falls in love with the bee
that's the joke
it's a funny joke

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my hottest cartoon take is that I think flatly applying the 'laugh at bad movies' attitude leaves audiences unprepared for and confused by movies like Boss Baby and Bee Movie that are weird and stupid on purpose

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I’m afraid my break from YouTube has come to an end. At least it was a good run!

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@FirstProgenitor Me, after getting turned into a werewolf or some shit: Fuck yeah this rules, awoooo

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honestly on a branding level the most interesting thing to me is this apple-esque abstract color field they show off the screen with, rather than, like, a game

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do you think manny employed these problem solving techniques when he was alive

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The best way to sum up Tolkien's influence on fantasy literature as a whole was, of course, written by Terry Pratchett:

“J.R.R. Tolkien has become a sort of mountain, appearing in all subsequent fantasy in the way that Mt. Fuji appears so often in Japanese prints. Sometimes it’s big and up close. Sometimes it’s a shape on the horizon. Sometimes it’s not there at all, which means that the artist either has made a deliberate decision against the mountain, which is interesting in itself, or is in fact standing on Mt. Fuji.”

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