Hey Nikki! Could you do me a favor? I'm very interested in Tardis. Could you make dragon stats for the Night Walker? Dragon stats generally include:
Attack: average is around 8
Armor: it really depends on the dragon but heavily armed dragons are typically around 14.
Firepower: typically around 12( Todd of based on how got your dragon's fire is and how many shots it has)
Venom: done dragons have venom and/or poison. Tardis fire type qualifies. How strong is your drains venom? Usually around 8 (of a dragon has no venom you just put 0)
Shot limit: this varies allot from dragon to dragon. All of the dragon riders' dragons have six shots except for Hookfang, who has ten. Scoldouns(that's not how you spell it but I don't remember how) have 14 and deathsongs have 8. I imagine this dragon with 8 as well.
Speed: usually around 15. Strike class dragons are closer to 20.
Jaw strength: usually around 12.
If you can't then don't worry about it but I'm fascinated by the new dragons in the RPG and would like to know them better;-) thanks!
I found that interesting too, about women dominating the lower-paid jobs.
Now those are good goals - trying to fight domestic violence, rape, and the overall objectification of women. But why does that have to be feminism? Why can't it be fighting for justice?
I'm assuming the last paragraph of your last comment was in answer to my question about your stance on the LGBT+ people. I agree with you that it's not what God intended when He created humans, and thus not right. I think I agree with you that Christians shouldn't ridicule them. I'm not sure I agree with you about not judging them, but that's because a lot of liberals in America have taken that word out of context. How would you define passing judgement on them? I believe we should love them as human beings while still hating their sin - as we should hate all sin - but I personally don't know how to do that. I'm still trying to learn how to love the homosexual.
What do you believe makes a person a Christian? I mean, how do you believe someone can go to Heaven?
I skimmed the first and third articles you posted, but not the Yahoo one, as I don't consider Yahoo to be very reputable (mainly because anyone can answer with their own bias). And, what I got from reading them, is that there is a small pay gap, but it isn't based solely on gender, but on what kinds of careers are chosen. Also, the pay gap is not as huge as some people like to claim it is. I'd like to know why equal pay is such a big deal for feminists. It's not like pay is discriminatory toward women.
I wholeheartedly agree with everything you just said about abortion.
Feminism seems so silly in my opinion. Almost stupid, even. Why are women trying to "fight for their rights" when they already have them? Why are they making a bigger deal than needs to be made?
Don't they, though? I mean, don't women already have about just as good as chances to get good jobs and be well paid?
Abortion will never be something that can't or shouldn't be judged, in my opinion. A woman should feel guilty for having her child killed; murder is murder whether the victim is wanted or not. Besides, how should the sin of the father justify the murder of the child? Just curious, what's your stance on abortion? If you're willing to give it. :)
Women can be independent. Heck, I'm extremely independent. But, I don't think that justifies them elevating themselves above men. Liberal women in America especially seem to think they're better then everyone else, and to the lake of fire with anyone who disagrees.
We can have a nice discussion on here. :) And I think you did explain yourself well.
I'm fine with "equal rights" to a certain extent. Like, I'm all for women being able to vote, to drive, to get jobs, and things like that. Equal pay is a different issue. I think it depends on the job. In my opinion, people should be paid based on the effort and quality they put into their job, if that makes sense. And since women are naturally the weaker vessel (there may be some exceptions to that, I'm just going off what the Bible says), they don't necessarily need to earn as much as men do in every occupation.
Maybe it's just in America, but it seems a lot of feminists are completely elevating themselves above men. They say men should have no choice in whether the child those men helped them conceive should live or not. They completely belittle men for having opinions opposite theirs, because that's just "mansplaining." Pretty much the perception of the article Matt Walsh posted is the one I see all the time in America. It could very well be just America.
Also, a part with feminism I don't get is, why is it such a big deal these days? I mean, where don't women have equal rights? It seems to me I can get a good job, vote when I'm eighteen, and if I'm getting paid well enough I don't need much more than that. We're not living around the 1920s anymore.
In our conversation, let me know if anything I say either doesn't make sense or is offensive. I'm not super social, so I'm not around real-life people as much as I can help it, and I'm also naturally not the nicest person. I'm hot-tempered, I love to argue, and I can be blunt sometimes without a care for people's feelings. I really don't want to be that way all the time, so please let me know when I start to come across as such. Thanks!
I'm just asking because, if I see feminism the "wrong" way, then I'd like to know what the "right" way is. I've really only been exposed, so to speak, to the ones Matt Walsh talked about, and so those are the ones I see representing feminism. I really would love to hear your perception. :)
Also, I'm sorry if I somehow offended you. That was not my intent. I'm just...naturally not very good with people.
I'm sure you could. All you have to do is come up with a reason why your character has been absent like she was helping another group prepare for the attack and now that's it is under way she could rejoin the main group that all the other characters are in.