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where can i watch this episode omggggg
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I feel boring with 4 winning in the row. Hope the domination is over soon.

I don't mind it.

Unlike Rachel/Dave, Andy/Tommy, and more dominating teams, Natalie & Meghan are not only a strong team, they are entertaining as well and I love them for that <3
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I feel boring with 4 winning in the row. Hope the domination is over soon.
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The Quest / Re: Media
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The Quest / Re: Paladin: Shondo Blade
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The Quest / Paladin: Shondo Blade
« Last post by georgiapeach on Today at 03:51:54 AM »
Shondo Blades     

Shondo attributes his southern hospitality to his hometown of Houston, TX. The professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter is dedicated to mastering his craft but donít be fooled by his tough exterior because he is a softy when it comes to The Lion King.





What is your earliest memory of the fantasy genre? What made you become a fan?

My earliest memory of fantasy was when I was about three years old! I swear I should've been the youngest Ghostbuster in history. Those guys defined cool.

Whatís the craziest thing you've done in the name of fandom?
Dressing up like a Ghostbuster for one week straight at school -- proton pack included!

What is your guilty pleasure when it comes to the fantasy genre?
My guilty pleasure, if you can call it one, is reciting lines in the shower like I'm playing the character of the Black Panther, which is my dream role.

How do you define "hero"?
A hero is one who does what most people won't or are afraid to do in the name of following a dream or vision.

Who is your real-life hero and why?
My parents represent my heroes simply because they chose the path less traveled and they instilled a massive amount of self-confidence in me as a result.

Describe yourself in three words.
Three words that best describe me: SWAG SCHOOL PRINCIPAL.
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The Quest / Re: Paladin: Patrick Higgins
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The Quest / Paladin: Patrick Higgins
« Last post by georgiapeach on Today at 03:42:22 AM »
Patrick Higgins      

Although his wife does not share the same enthusiasm, the Star Wars fanatic convinced her to walk through light sabers to the movieís theme song at their wedding. Patrick always strives to make a difference and considers his role as a teacher lifeís greatest reward.




What is your earliest memory of the fantasy genre? What made you become a fan?
My earliest memory of the fantasy genre would have to be watching the animated adaptation of The Hobbit that was released in 1977. I remember watching it a number of times over the years on TV, and when it came on it was a special occasion for me. That plants the seeds of becoming a fan, but I don't think that it was really until I got to high school and my best friend introduced me to Dungeons & Dragons that I became a full blown fanatic about the genre.

Whatís the craziest thing you've done in the name of fandom?
I think that some people might consider the amount of time and money that I have spent on putting together my Star Wars costumes as crazy. Thousands of dollars and just as many hours... But for those of us that do it, and what we do with them... The charities and children's hospitals... It's not crazy at all, really.

What is your guilty pleasure when it comes to the fantasy genre?
Where do I begin?! I have a collection of swords from the Lord of the Rings movies, huge Game of Thrones fan, and anytime a good fantasy RPG game comes out on XBOX, I'm there to get it on day 1.

How do you define hero?
A hero is someone who is willing to sacrifice something of themselves for someone else without asking or expecting anything in return, without even thinking twice. It's not just the man or woman that runs into a burning building, but also those who want to make a difference in the lives of others.

Who is your real-life hero and why?
My parents are my heroes. I learned how to survive any obstacle and meet any challenge head on from my mother. My father is the one who taught me my morals and values and is still someone that I try hard to emulate every day.

Describe yourself in three words.
Husband, father, nerd. :)
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The Quest / Re: Paladin: Lina Carollo
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The Quest / Paladin: Lina Carollo
« Last post by georgiapeach on Today at 03:32:38 AM »
Lina Carollo   

Her strict upbringing has made Lina a strong and independent woman. She grew up playing the video game Street Fighter with her three older brothers and it wasnít long before she was beating all of them. The school counselor has aspirations of becoming a child psychologist and also enjoys helping to run her familyís restaurant.




What is your earliest memory of the fantasy genre? What made you become a fan?
My earliest memory of the fantasy genre was The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. I remember being in 4th or 5th grade and always rushing home to beat my brother to the Super Nintendo. I remember constantly day dreaming about the Kingdom of Hyrule and wondering if I might have missed anything when I played the night before.
I became a fan of the fantasy genre because I loved that there was another world I could escape to where magic, castles, fairies, and secret weapons were reality. I could spend hours playing Zelda and other video games, forgetting to eat or drink because I was so invested in these fantasy worlds and characters where dreams were reality. If I was angry I could take it out by having Ryu and Ken fight in Street Fighter, if I was happy I could have Mickey easily defeat Emperor Pete to find Pluto in The Magical Quest, and if I was excited I could listen to the music of Rainbow Road while playing Mario Kart.

Whatís the craziest thing you've done in the name of fandom?
When I discovered Street Fighter at an early age, Chun-Li was always my fighter of choice. Whenever I played the game, my opponents knew they had to choose someone else. It became an ongoing joke between my friends and my brothers to start calling me Chun-Lina. Instead of being offended, I took it to heart and told everyone at school that my new name was Chun-Lina. I practiced my kicks daily, blue became my favorite color, and I convinced my mom to cut my bangs so I could look more like my hero.


How do you define a "hero"?
A hero never calls him or herself a hero. A hero acts out of goodwill and integrity, not influenced by others but instead influenced by the gratitude of others received unexpectedly in result of words or action made to standup or protect a person, place, or thing.


Who is your real-life hero and why?
My real-life hero is my mother. She is the most selfless person I know. Her unbreakable strength and unconditional love has allowed me to become the woman I am today. She came to America in her early 20s without an understanding of the English language or American culture but adapted in a way that would best suit her future family. She is the reason I believe anything is possible as long as you believe in yourself and never ever give up. 

Describe yourself in three words.
Empathetic, Committed, and Unpredictable.
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