Hylian Air Force

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    Rear Wing Commander
  • Birthday 06/01/1995

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    Aaron Ferrell

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    The Skies over the Great Sea

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  1. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5 Magonsaete Route

    Astaroth stood to answer Lobos' question. "They are loyal to me alone. My will is their will. And as such, they are available for Princess Cassandra because I am." He hoped his answer was sufficient, for that was all he had to say on the matter for now.
  2. Tales of Malaketh: Ritual of the Blood Red Night - Part 1: On The Run

    "Then we'll just have to go slowly." Glendwr slowly walks up the small stairway. Glendwr moves to 57,17
  3. Tales of Malaketh: Ritual of the Blood Red Night - Part 1: On The Run

    Glendwr moves to 57,14 "Let's see what's around... ooh I think we hit the motherload! " Glendwr looked at 3 large holding chests. Upon closer examination, all three had internal locking mechanisms that couldn't be shot off. "Mina, you know how to unlock things without having the key, don't you? Because I'm pretty sure we're gonna need that ability right about now." Glwndwr leaned against the wall while he waited for Mina and Misea to reach him.
  4. Favorite football team? (includes Soccer)

    Well, once Nashville FC settles in, I'll probably follow them, mostly.
  5. Premier League Discussion (2018/2019)

    Man City is doing well for itself.
  6. Tales of Malaketh: Ritual of the Blood Red Night - Part 1: On The Run

    "If you wish, sir." Glendwr sprinted to just beyond the wall, preparing to look around the corner. I should wait until someone catches up before I go beyond the wall. Who knows what is around that corner. Glendwr hauls it to 55,14
  7. Tales of Malaketh: Ritual of the Blood Red Night - Part 1: On The Run

    "Looks like there's a room behind that wall over on the left. I wonder if there's anything in it." Glendwr moves to 47, 16
  8. California mass Shooting

    How very astute, hanhnn. I see you still hate America as much as ever.
  9. Tales of Malaketh: Ritual of the Blood Red Night - Part 1: On The Run

    Glendwr wasn't exactly sure what to think of this new situation. Apparently, in the many years since Misea's stay here, someone put a door up, as if this was a sort of secret society. Whether they were still there remained to be seen. "Shall we push on? We have no idea what went on here in the decades since your stay, sir, so why don't we find out? " Glendwr slowly walked past the door and into the room. "Let's see what we can find."
  10. Angelcynn: The Myrcian Conflict - Act 5 Magonsaete Route

    Astaroth snapped back as Aurelio shoved him. "Why do I need an army if all I need is faith?" Astaroth uttered a prayer under his breath before stepping somewhat forward. "I can speak for myself, Princess. Chief Lobos, surely you are aware of Abeloth of Asarai? I am his son, and I strive to be every bit the warrior and leader he was. He taught me all that he knew, and more. My father would marvel at these who are here, as I do. Surely, something worthy of him is worthy of you. " He hoped Cassandra would at least let him say his piece on that. If not, surely she would see that killing him here and now would only diminish her standing, if not her chance of survival. What would she do? Did she value survival over authority? Even at this moment, Astaroth wasn't fully sure.
  11. Tales of Malaketh: Ritual of the Blood Red Night - Part 1: On The Run

    Glendwr gets off the wagon and sheds his coat, revealing the blood-stained and scorched shirt underneath. "Looks like I'm gonna need a new one, after all." He put his soaked coat and hat over the side of the wagon. "I'm down for that. Besides, we might leave with more than what we arrived with." Glendwr waited for the others to determine if they were staying or going.
  12. What canceled games disappointed you most?

    Even though neither of these games were actually cancelled, their final forms were vastly different than what was shown, so I'll count them. Both Gamecube Kirby and Spaceworld Zelda probably would've been really good and very well received, but whether moreso than Wind Waker (by now) or Return to Dreamland is hard to say.
  13. California mass Shooting

    I'm gonna answer both because I'm heavily conflicted: Restrict magazine size to 15 rounds If I lived in places where large wild animals exist, take a gun Force a recall on the manufacturer, hope people send in their guns to be modded to follow the law Decades, if not longer Yes Here's the against Probably enough that most unofficial mods should be outlawed, and that official ones can't improve fire rate. I don't think this is an easy question to answer, purely because it's a theoretical. I would support it if the militiamen were properly vetted for being able to safely handle the weapons Several times more than the guns are monetarily worth. I would support more research into it, certainly. I'm gonna say almost everything is fine except public records and the registry, because those are illegal under the current laws, and actually do go down a slippery slope when implemented.
  14. California mass Shooting

    This same argument has been used in vain as an attempt to debunk feminism, civil rights, abortion, gay marriage, and many other things. It has never worked, and it never will. There will come a time where your sentiment is seen as a dangerous anachronism, and hardly anyone will want a weapon at all. Maybe not right now, or even in our lifetime, but under no circumstance should you say never.
  15. California mass Shooting

    There are limits. You can't reasonably expect that threatening someone verbally is covered under 1A. So too should there be a limit on what 2A covers or how it's interpreted. And if you think the Bill of Rights should be untouchable, then I should remind you that Amendment 13 supersedes 10A because it says no state can enslave people. You defeat your own argument because not only has the Bill of Rights been overridden before, there have been absolutely valid reasons for it to be so. This is such a case, especially since actual gun lovers are finding out that the NRA and other lobbyists are gaslighting them.